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Soros-Linked Judge Orders Trump Data to be Posted on Federal Database to Leak to Media

April 19, 2018 Investment Watch Blog 0

Judge Kimba Wood is allowing the data collected from Trump attorney Michael Cohen, in violation of client-attorney privilege, to be put in a federal database so it can be searched, reviewed, categorized and then leaked more efficiently to the media. She also allowed the identity of Cohen’s other clients, including Fox News host Sean Hannity, to be revealed. Judge Wood officiated at the wedding of George Soros in 2013. Bill Clinton nominated her for Attorney General in 1993., but she recused herself. […]

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US Struck Syria Before Investigators Began Investigation

April 16, 2018 InfoWars 0

The US launched airstrikes against Syria before the independent Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons was able to investigate the gas attack that served as the excuse for military action, even though General Mattis said that they wanted the report to show whether a gas attack had occurred. Russia condemned the strikes as an attack on a sovereign nation and is calling for an emergency meeting at the UN. […]

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Syria: Hospital Workers Say There Was No Poisoning

April 15, 2018 Jake Morphonios 3

Trump based his belief that there was a gas attack in Syria on staged photos of dead children, and a viral video showing children being showered with water in a hospital following an alleged chemical attack. Two medics from the hospital who appeared in the video said that when they were treating patients for smoke inhalation, unidentified strangers shouted that the event was a chemical attack, spooking the patients. They say there were no chemical attack victims. […]

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Corporate Power Becomes Political Power as Bank of America Stops Lending to Some Gun Makers

April 13, 2018 Fox News 0

Bank of America announced it will not lend money to some gun makers just weeks after Citigroup announced that it will not do business with retailers unless they restrict gun sales. Powerful companies like BofA and Citigroup can make sweeping changes to America without a single political vote being cast. Political activists lobby big companies in secret. You might not even know it’s happening, yet it can affect your life immensely, as much as any federal law. Ideological differences are punished in the marketplace. […]

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Referendum to Split California into 3 States May Appear on November Ballot

April 13, 2018 RT 2

Tech billionaire and venture capitalist, Tim Draper, has gathered enough votes to trigger a referendum on splitting California into three separate states that include Northern California, which would include San Francisco and Sacramento; Southern California, including San Diego, San Bernardino, and the Mojave Desert; and California, a sliver of coastline taking in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. California has almost 40 million residents, and a GDP of $2.75 trillion. […]

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Houthis Fire Rockets at at the Saudis, Escalating Tension Between the Saudis and Iran

April 12, 2018 Reuters 0

The attack was in retaliation to air raids on Yemen by the Saudis, backed by the West. The United Nations says 10,000 people have died in the three-year-old war, and three quarters of Yemen’s population, 22 million civilians, are starving and need relief aid. [The timing is inconvenient as the US is threatening to strike Syria, an ally of Iran, Israel has threatened Iran, the Saudis support Israel against Iran, and the Saudis agree with France in ‘curbing’ Iran.] […]

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RINO Speaker of the House Paul Ryan Announces Retirement

April 12, 2018 Axios 1

Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced he will retire and is not seeking reelection in the 2018 midterms. Under Ryan’s leadership, Republicans failed to repeal Obamacare, fund the wall, and pass pro-American immigration reform. There is a good chance Democrats will win the majority in the House, and Ryan’s retirement could influence Republican donors to shift funding away from House candidates, to Mitch McConnell, and trying to save the Senate. […]

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Avoids the Company’s Propaganda and Privacy Problems

April 11, 2018 Fox News 0

Facebook has two major problems, privacy and propaganda, which may lead to government regulation over the private company. Facebook is the biggest provider of news in the US, with a long track record of censorship, and it has the power to turn election results. Google and Facebook control 90% of the digital advertisement market. In addition, Americans’ privacy has been grossly violated because they have not understood the User Agreement. […]

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Why Does Congress Keep a Bad Law that Has Killed Thousands of Americans?

April 11, 2018 Jon Rappoport 0

Currently, there are 2 million Americans addicted to opioid drugs, and more than 300,000 people have died from opioids since 2000. The Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act of 2016 shackled the DEA from cracking down on Big Pharma drug traffickers who sell millions of opioid pills to small pharmacies and clinics who, in turn, sell the pills to street dealers. There is no excuse for Congress refusing to repeal the law now, except that parts of the federal government support the opioid industry. […]

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Teachers Union Threatens Wells Fargo with Boycott If It Doesn’t Ditch the NRA

April 11, 2018 Washington Times 2

Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers has threatened to pull its business from Wells Fargo unless it severs ties with the National Rifle Association and gun manufacturers. So far, the bank is resisting- a bank official said that he did not believe that the American public wants banks to decide which legal products consumers can and cannot buy. [Conservatives are on the defensive and need to become highly organized like their opposition on the left.] […]

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Tucker Carlson Slams Bipartisan Call to War Based on a Tragic Viral Video

April 10, 2018 Fox News 1

Tucker Carlson lambasted war hawks on the right and left who agree that the US must go to war and overthrow Syrian President Assad, based on a viral video depicting people suffering from a poison gas attack that offers no real proof against Assad. He points out that US regime change in Libya and Afghanistan have been total failures and have cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars, and these countries should be made whole again before toppling another regime. […]