Palm Beach, Florida: Corey Johnson, a 17-year-old Florida youth who converted to Islam, confessed to killing a 13-year-old boy at a sleepover and attacking the host family – in the name of Islam. For more than a year prior to the stabbing, the FBI had known that Johnson was posting violent threats online to a Catholic school in England. The FBI says it planned to arrest Johnson, but just didn’t get around to it.
Tucker Carlson shows a recent video of two Navy pilots encountering a UFO off the East coast of the US. The Pentagon pretends to be not interested in reports of UFOs flying close to military aircraft. Other government agencies also pretend to not investigate reports. [They do, of course, but they do not want to reveal what they found. That tells us a lot about what it is.]
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is planning to add a Wikipedia information box to every video that is focused around what YouTube considers to be a conspiracy theory. The goal is to counter the information with ‘reliable’ information. Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, and his army of liberal colleagues, will determine what is truth and they will label anything that strays from the approved narrative as fake or a conspiracy theory.
Jake Morphonios analyzes the significance of CIA Director Mike Pompeo’s nomination to the post of Secretary of State. He gives the history of the Council on Foreign Relations, founded in 1921, and shows how this group ever since has been at the center of a movement to transform the US from an independent nation into a subdivision of a world Marxist government. No one is spared in this dissertation. If you ever voted for a US president who won the election, including Donald Trump, be prepared to be indignant – and enlightened. This is one of the finest history lessons you will ever find.