A senior Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official living in the Washington, DC area found a burnt and decapitated animal on his front porch. Due to increased threats, a DHS official warned employees to keep badges hidden from public, be careful with public conversations and censor their social media posts. They were also advised to keep doors and windows locked and to be aware of unexpected changes in their homes. Last week, WikiLeaks published publicly available personal information of more than 9,000 supposed current and former ICE employees, arguing that it did so for “increasing accountability.”
According to an official who is familiar with recent threats directed against the Department of Homeland Security, the department determined that there is now a “heightened threat against DHS employees.” The official said roughly two dozen threats have been made in the last few days.
One specific example: a senior DHS official living in the Washington, D.C. area found a burnt and decapitated animal on his front porch.
On Saturday, Claire Grady, acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security, wrote to employees, “This assessment is based on specific and credible threats that have been levied against certain DHS employees and a sharp increase in the overall number of general threats against DHS employees.” Her memo recommended not displaying work badges in public, being careful with public conversations and being circumspect on social networks. It also recommended DHS employees “always keep doors and windows locked” and “be aware of unexpected changes in and around your home.”
New Mexico is suing Google, Twitter, Tiny Labs, and other app developers for collecting data on children under 13-years-old without their parents’ permission. The apps can track where children live, play, and go to school.
Syria: A Russian military plane was shot down accidentally by Syrian anti-aircraft fire, killing all 15 on board. Initially, Moscow blamed Israel, because Israeli jets were flying in the same area as the passenger route and, thereby, attracted Syrian anti-aircraft fire into the path of the passenger plane.
The basis for the war in Afghanistan was an official document that was classified as secret but which was said to contain conclusive proof that the 911 attack on the US was directed from Afghanistan, but there was no proof whatsoever.
Google’s Chinese search engine, called ‘Dragonfly’, will censor dissidents, block information critical of the government, and will link searches to phone numbers, thus allowing authorities to identify who is making the searches. [Google finds nothing wrong with participating in this program.]
Car ‘smash and grabs’ are common in California because thieves know they will not be prosecuted. In San Francisco, police-commission rules forbid police to chase thieves if they try to escape in a car. This, they say, is to cut down on high-speed chases and, therefore, is justified because it reduces accidents.
A leaked clip shows how Facebook is used to spread political propaganda and promote hidden agendas in a way that most viewers do not detect. Be aware that there are powerful forces using sophisticated techniques to engineer your opinions about issues that profoundly affect your future.
Despite California having a vigorous economy, 20% of Californians are suffering economic hardship, mostly due to the cost of housing. Moderate wage earners age 35 to 44 are leaving California due to rising crime, heavy traffic, a growing homeless epidemic and, especially high taxes. [These are the natural effects of collectivism. Only the wealthy and the impoverished will remain in the state. Eventually, everyone will be impoverished except the ruling elite.]
Democrats are demanding that Senator Chuck Grassley postpone the vote to appoint Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court following accusations by Christine Blasey Ford, 51, a far-left California professor, who claims Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 35 years ago.
In a rare and unprecedented speech delivered on the House floor just two days after the nation memorialized 9/11, Democratic Hawaiian Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard on Thursday slammed Washington’s longtime support to anti-Assad jihadists in Syria, while
Dragonfly, the search system, was designed to remove content that China’s authoritarian government views as sensitive, such as information about free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest. Poulson also had concerns over the accessibility customer data to Chinese agencies that target political activists and journalists.
Some of the evidence provided by the UK is questionable, especially since the event was used to impose sanctions against Russia, and new sanctions are threatened. Jake Morphonios shows how the photos of the suspects at Gatwick Airport in England appear to be doctored by Scotland Yard.
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More than 300 acts of violence and harassment against Trump supporters have been documented, with more than 60 graphic videos! The media is complicit as it encourages and foments attacks on conservatives.
Leftists are unhinged at the likelihood of Brett Kavanaugh being confirmed as the next Supreme Court justice. Planned Parenthood announced it will spend six-figures on ads to target swing Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski.
At a party on Martha’s Vineyard, a woman said if Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz were in front of her, she would stab him through the heart. The Marxist philosophy of the radical left that pits opposing groups against each other is spreading. Dershowitz is being shunned by the left, led by Professor Nicholas Negroponte who has told his students not to engage with people with whom they disagree.