Stefan Halper, the alleged informant or “mole” in Trump’s campaign, received more that a million dollars from 2012 through 2016 from the Department of Defense. Instead of appointing a second Special Counsel to investigate the spy case against Trump, Rod Rosenstein referred the case to Inspector General Michael Horowitz who lacks the power to subpoena. Additionally, IG Horowitz is not authorized to press criminal charges, but may only turn the case back over to the Department of Justice if he finds wrongdoing.
Less than a week after Stefan Halper was outed as the FBI informant who infiltrated the Trump campaign, public records reveal that the 73-year-old Oxford University professor and former U.S. government official was paid handsomely by the Obama administration starting in 2012 for various research projects.
A longtime CIA and FBI asset who once reportedly ran a spy-operation on the Jimmy Carter administration, Halper was enlisted by the FBI to spy on several Trump campaign aides during the 2016 U.S. election. Meanwhile, a search of public records reveals that between 2012 and 2018, Halper received a total of $1,058,161 from the Department of Defense.
Federal Judge Amy Berman, an Obama appointee, jailed Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, on charges of obstructing justice by trying to contact two former business associates in order to influence them as potential witnesses. Tucker Carlson says that the Mueller team is trying to “sweat” Manafort into testifying against Trump, and, by throwing him in jail, they are also guilty of trying to influence Manafort, who is a witness. […]
A live TV poll taken on Michelle Wolf’s Netflix show found that 71% of the comedienne’s leftist audience would prefer conflict and potential nuclear war with North Korea instead of peace, with credit going to President Trump. The results show that the hatred that has been stoked against Trump is so deep that leftists are willing to sacrifice our lives and our country in order to be right. […]
Spain’s new Socialist Workers’ Party government announced it wants to remove the border fences in Ceuta and Melilla, the country’s territory in Morocco on the coast of North Africa. This will effectively open the border for mass crossings by illegal African immigrants to enter the welfare states of Western and Northern Europe. […]
London: A Muslim activist, Omar Mohamad, was set free by a judge, despite striking a police officer in the face with his walking stick while protesting a rally demanding the release of activist Tommy Robinson, who is known for exposing Muslim rape grooming gangs. Justice is skewed, as the violent Muslim man was set free while Tommy has been sentenced to two 13-month terms to be served consecutively for non-violent contempt of court convictions, imposed for reporting on grooming gang trials. […]
Lewiston, Maine: Somalians have been terrorizing people at a park, and recently shot pellets and BBs from a car at a group gathered there. Several people pursued the gang and a fight broke out in the street. A 38-year old father of two, Donald Giusti, was badly beaten during the brawl and later died. The teens were reportedly wielding sticks, bats and bricks. Police are investigating whether any racist words were exchanged during the beatings. […]
Doug Ford was recently elected as the new Premier of Ontario, and he has promised to end the carbon cap-and-trade system in his province when he takes office. He also promised to fight Trudeau’s federal carbon tax and environmental policies. Ontario participates in a cap-and-trade partnership with neighboring Quebec and the debt-ridden state of California. Ford says that carbon pricing inhibits business, hurts families and doesn’t do anything for the environment. […]
US Representative Henry Cuellar (D-TX) admitted that the Obama administration tried to cover up the child migrant crisis at the US-Mexico border after a surge in 2014. The media was complicit in the cover up as they failed to investigate. Cuellar said that the number of children being held at the border right now is similar to the amount during the Obama administration. […]
The new ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy of criminal prosecution against people who enter the US illegally has resulted in the separation of children from their parents who are detained in jail. This plight is being used by the left and the right to influence immigration policy. The largest children’s shelter is housing boys who arrived at the border as unaccompanied children. […]
President Trump is following through on his threat to implement tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports, and China has vowed to retaliate. The tariffs are in response to an investigation that accused China of stealing US intellectual property in order to dominate the development of advanced technology. The US imported $505 billion of goods from China last year and exported about $130 billion, leaving a 2017 deficit of $376 billion. […]
Tucson: A 21-year veteran of the Border patrol was alone in a rural area when he was attacked by an unknown number of people and shot several times. He is in stable condition. Several people have been taken into custody, but no one has been charged at this time. […]
Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch warned against trusting the mainstream media spin because the evidence in the IG report shows that at the same time the DOJ and FBI were protecting Hillary, they hired Fusion […]
The state of Massachusetts sued the maker of the prescription painkiller OxyContin, which has been blamed for spawning America’s opioid crisis, naming leading executives and members of the multibillionaire Sackler family that owns the Purdue pharmaceutical company. Purdue and some other painkiller makers are currently facing more than 300 lawsuits from city and county authorities across the country. […]
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Ten Days at Jekyll Island, a novel by Patrea Patrick, tells the true story of a secret meeting held in November of 1910 on a privately owned resort island, the outcome of which drastically changed the world. It was at this meeting that a banking cartel was forged; a cartel that, three years later, would be issued a government charter to do business as The United States Federal Reserve System. You will discover why secrecy was essential. Based on historical documentation from The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. (More)
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EarthNow is producing a network of satellites, funded by Bill Gates, that can spy-cam every corner of the globe from space. They claim their purpose is to help “smart cities” become more efficient, assisting (mainstream) media in “telling stories”, illegal fishing crime watch, helping humanity understand its impact on the planet and more. Initially, governments and enterprise customers will have access. [What could possibly go wrong with real-time monitoring of everything by governments and other power brokers?] […]
German researchers from the Braunschweig University of Technology report that inaudible ‘ultrasonic’ signals embedded in TV ads can activate smartphones to listen to background sounds and collect information on personal activities, program preferences, and political affiliation. […]
After decades of waste, overpayments, trillions of missing dollars and, most recently, losing track of 44,000 soldiers, the Pentagon is about to undergo its first audit in history. In 2015 alone, a staggering $6.5 trillion was unaccounted for, with $2.8 trillion in ‘wrongful adjustments’ occurring in just one quarter. Corruption goes back to the 1980s when the Pentagon was buying $37 screws, $7,622 coffee makers, and $640 toilet seats. […]