Las Vegas: A gang of 60 youngsters, reported to be about 12 years old, are beating up their neighbors, stopping traffic, attacking cars, throwing rocks and destroying property. The police are catching them, cuffing them, and setting them free, while officials at the children’s middle school refuse to get involved. Neighbors say they have spoken to the parents to no avail. Someone is going to get hurt.
A shooting last Friday at the Santa Fe High School in Texas left ten people dead, stirring up calls for gun control. There are some troubling aspects of this case: a doctor said that they are always “prepared for these drills”, the media is silent about the second suspect, and a student witness said, “It was real this time, it wasn’t real last time,” implying there was a prior incident.
Tucker Carlson grills US Representative Jeff Dunham, a Republican from California, about why he is pushing a measure to force immigration votes in the House that would give amnesty to DACA Dreamers that goes against the wishes of voters. Tucker asks why Dunham is making amnesty a priority when there are 100,000 homeless US citizens living on the sidewalks of California.
Senator Mitch McConnell’s wife, Elaine Chao, is the Secretary of the Department of Transportation, and another plum government job may be handed to their family as her sister’s husband, Gordon Hartogensis, has been nominated to be the new director of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation at the Department of Labor. Peter Schweizer, author Secret Empires, revealed that Elaine Chao’s family owns a major shipping company in China that is reliant on the Chinese government contracts.
Infrastructure, such as control systems for power plants, water-purification systems, and even control over private automobiles in motion now are easily hacked by highly-advanced cyber technologies in the hands of major governments and just waiting for the signal to ‘push the button’. [You cannot afford to be uniformed on this topic.]