Conservative commentator Ann Coulter’s April 27th appearance at UC Berkeley was cancelled by the school, citing security concerns. The group that invited Coulter believes she was banned because she demanded that UC Chancellor Janet Napolitano ask the Oakland police chief not to order his officers to stand-down if unrest ensued.
The German cabinet is backing a law to prohibit free speech on the Internet. Under the guise of preventing so-called fake news and hate speech, they have proposed fining social-media outlets, such as Facebook and Twitter, as much as $53 million if they fail to delete undesired content within 24 hours.
Republicans in the House and the Senate voted nearly unanimously to pass a bill that will allow ISP providers such as Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner, and Verizon to sell your browsing history and other personal data that may include your Social Security number, passwords, and health information. You can protect your privacy by subscribing to a virtual private network (VPN).
California prosecutors charged David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt with 15 felonies for filming without consent after they made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood. The pair had previously been indicted in Texas on similar charges, but the charges were dropped.
US Representative, Mo Brooks, wrote a one-sentence bill to fully repeal Obamacare. It states: “Effective as of Dec. 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted.” He says this will expose RINO Republicans who say they want to repeal Obamacare at election time but secretly are committed to keeping it.
The Trump administration says it will conduct war games near North Korea in response to North Korea’s testing of intercontinental ballistic missiles. The US will deploy its Delta Force, Seal Team-6, B-52 bombers, and will construct a drone base nearby, all of which is openly described as a move to topple Kim Jong-Un from power. Ron Paul expresses the concern that announcing this plan to the world (and to Kim Jong-Un) instead of using a surprise strike to remove the dictator, actually could provoke him to use one of those missiles. In other words, Kim Jong-Un is not paranoid when he says the US is out to get him. The US openly confirms this. If he is as crazy as they say, the US may be playing with nuclear fire against its own citizens.
Kyle Chapman, the ‘Based Stick Man,’ also known as the ‘Alt-Knight,’ was wearing a gas mask and carrying a long stick at the Berkeley March4Trump this weekend. He was arrested on six felony charges for hitting anti-Trump demonstrators with the stick. WeSearchr has raised over $73,000 for Chapman’s legal defense after GoFundMe rejected his campaign.
US: St. Louis, Missouri: Juan Thompson, a black Muslim journalist, was arrested for making eight bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers and schools. Even worse than the threats is the fact that Thompson has a history of blaming Trump Supporters of doing what he, himself, was doing. Thompson even tried to frame his Jewish girlfriend for some of his bomb threats and characterized her as a nasty white racist. Thompson previously worked for a leftist newspaper called the Intercept. Several days prior to his arrest, the paper ran a story with the title “Trump Can’t Accept That His Allies Are Targeting Jews – So He Blames His Opponents.”
Google blocked from its search engine 140,000 articles from Mike Adams’ website, NaturalNews.com. This came in the wake of a series of strong articles written by Mike that were highly supportive of President Trump. Since NaturalNews.com has a large following, there was an Internet uproar over this move that embarrassed Google into restoring the articles to the search engine. Google claims that NaturalNews was targeted, not because of its advocacy of non-drug health care or his support of Trump, but because of a “sneaky mobile redirect” from a subdomain that was created by outside bloggers.