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October 21, 2020

Oct 21 07:30

Facebook Whistleblower Exposes "Hate-Speech Engineering" Group, Staffed With Chinese Nationals; NYPost

Republican criticism of Facebook is that the social network suppresses conservative speech, though the company has long rejected such allegations. But a new report, via NYPost, reveals at least half a dozen "Chinese nationals" are working with the social media company to develop complex algorithms and neural networks for censoring newsfeeds.

Lately, Republicans have been infuriated by Facebook and Twitter for their limitations, or in some cases, the complete banning of a NYPost article last week about Hunter Biden, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's son.

"You can see [their] power in real-time with this attempt to censor, to throttle down the distribution of this Post story," said Sen. Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican, at a WSJ Tech Live Conference on Monday. "When you have a monopoly on Facebook that is attempting to stop the distribution of the news, we have a problem, and it's not just with the New York Post."

Oct 21 07:29

"The New York Problem:" Interview with Erin Marie Olszewski, RN (Recorded July 09, 2020)

Oct 21 07:29

Fauci Wants Everyone To “Sacrifice” By Refusing To Celebrate Thanksgiving

Authoritarian Dr. Anthony Fauci wants us to “sacrifice” and give up our traditions and time with family. He is urging Americans to give up Thanksgiving this year.

Tyrant Bill de Blasio, the mayor of New York City has already canceled the iconic and historic Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade in. We are supposed to be giving up this time generally spend socializing with family and being grateful for everything so they can keep the fear going over this coronavirus scamdemic.

“Thanksgiving is going to look very different this year,” said Fauci. And he’s right, but only because people are still bowing to the commands of politicians and going along with tyranny.

Oct 21 07:23

Owner of 'struggling' bar featured in Joe Biden campaign ad is actually a millionaire tech 'angel investor' who SUPPORTED lockdown measures

A Michigan bar owner featured in a Joe Biden campaign ad blaming President Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic for the mass closures of restaurants is actually wealthy tech investor who backed lockdown measures by the state's governor.

Oct 21 07:21

Former Fox News anchor Ed Henry files motion to toss out 'malicious and defamatory' lawsuit accusing him of 'handcuffing and raping' an employee in a NYC hotel and 'sending slew of sexual images' to another woman

Former Fox News anchor Ed Henry is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by two women who accused him of rape and sexual misconduct, leading to his termination from the network in July.

Oct 21 07:20

New state polls show narrowing leads for Joe Biden in key battlegrounds including a single-point edge in Florida and North Carolina

A new batch of polls released Tuesday showed a tightening race in several key battlegrounds – including 'must-win' states for President Trump like Ohio and Florida.

Oct 21 07:18

HOW RELIABLE IS ADAM SCHIFF? HERE’S A REPOST WORTH YOUR CONSIDERATION.

Adam Schiff would have you believe that Joe Biden is a saint, and that there’s no truth to the emails exposing Biden’s corrupt money grubbing treasonous behavior.

Oct 21 07:17

Turkey Withdraws From Military Outpost in Syria Surrounded by the Syrian Army

Turkey has evacuated an observation station in Syria’s northwestern Hama province that had been encircled by Syrian government forces.

The outpost in Morek had been Turkey’s largest in the province, which is now under the control of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Assad’s troops encircled it last year after an offensive on the province of Idlib, which is the last opposition stronghold in the country.

“After midnight Turkish forces began to evacuate Morek, and this morning a large convoy left” the area, an Ankara-backed Syrian rebel commander told AFP.

He said the troops would be redeployed to Turkish outposts in Idlib.

Oct 21 07:05

Russia’s Dialogue With the EU Is Coming to an End

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov dropped a bombshell on Tuesday, warning that Russia might halt all dialogue with the European Union. Mr. Lavrov offered no explanation for what was probably the most severe public statement on the EU of his career. Perhaps he was reacting to extended talks he recently held with EU Foreign Minister Josep Borrell — talks that, by all appearances, did not go well.

Naturally, the EU will respond to his statement with great displeasure and indignation, but Lavrov’s comment was actually rooted in a process that began long before the current crisis, all the way back to when Russian-EU relations looked positively upbeat and promising.

Oct 21 07:04

Kick Them When They’re Down: China Deepens Australia’s Recession for Toeing the Trump Line

Australia’s economy officially plunged into recession in September after it registered two consecutive quarters of negative growth. Its GDP (gross domestic product) shrank 7% in the April-to-June quarter compared to the previous three months. Not only this is Australia’s first recession in nearly 30 years (since 1991), but also the deepest since the Great Depression of the early 1930s.

The previous worst quarterly contraction was minus 2% in June 1974, hence this is by far the biggest collapse since the Australian Bureau of Statistics began compiling records in 1959. But it was just the beginning. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told a parliament house press conference that the June quarter (June-to-August) is going to be 3 times worse – a staggering 20% plunge.

Oct 21 07:04

Bio Tech Company Exec Blasts ‘Retarded’ Midwesterners After Michigan Trump Rally

An executive of a Colorado bio tech company used her corporate email account to blast “retarded” Midwesterners in a bitter message to the mayor of the city that recently hosted a Donald Trump campaign rally.

Gary Nelund, the mayor of Norton Shores, Michigan, where Trump visited on Saturday, posted the lengthy screed on Facebook.

“I see your city hosted a Trump-COVID super spreader rally, brilliant since the pandemic is spiking in your state!!!” Pam Stevenson, director of business development for Pyxant Labs, wrote on Tuesday, regarding Trump’s appearance in Muskegon County.

“The rest of the country has finally given up on trying to educate you midwest morons and now we think it is the fastest way to thin the herd of ignorant trumpanzees, so keep it up,” she continued.

Oct 21 07:03

Piers Morgan slams Joe Biden's 'tantrums' and lack of denial over son Hunter's emails during Tucker Carlson interview as he blasts 'big tech' and mainstream media for trying to cover up the scandal

Piers Morgan has called on Joe Biden to address the corruption allegations against embattled son Hunter, as he slammed the mainstream media for trying to suppress the scandal days before the presidential election.

Morgan accused the former vice president of throwing a 'tantrum' after he failed to properly respond to reports about Hunter's emails that could potentially implicate him in his son's international business dealings during his time as VP.

The bombshell expose by the New York Post has been dominating headlines since its release last Wednesday however the Bidens are yet to deny the authenticity of the documents.

Oct 21 07:02

The Disunited States of Oppression: Critical Race Theory Infiltrates K-12

Is there any clearer sign of how privileged a society is than the disproportionate amount of time that society spends guilting citizens over how privileged they are?

I’ll never forget the first time I encountered “critical race theory” and its overbearing adherents at my alma mater, Oberlin College, in the 1990s. Multicultural studies were all the rage. Higher education officials had torpedoed Western civilization curriculum requirements at prestigious universities nationwide. The ululations of the aggrieved reached a fever pitch as anti-white extremists demanded separate academic departments, dorms, graduation ceremonies and deans in the name of justice and equality.

Oct 21 07:02

A little known feature of your iPhone is about to completely change how your doctor talks to you

Two NHS trusts have become the first in the UK to allow patients to access their hospital medical records on their iPhones, though Apple's Health app. While it might seem like a small change, it could be the start of major changes to how we talk to our doctors – and how they talk to us.

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) started offering patients access to their data via the feature earlier this month. Using the Health Records feature within Apple's Health app, patients in the two trusts will be able to view their information including lab results, vitals, allergies, and medications.

For the hospitals, it's a chance to help encourage patients to engage better with their healthcare by getting hold of their data.

Oct 21 07:01

Sticks and Stones Break Bones

One issue with Steven Pinker’s The Better Angels of Our Nature is the book’s presumption that popular entertainment may reliably be used as a proxy for cultural sensibilities on the ground. Medieval Europeans did bear baiting and burned cats alive for entertainment. Hardly surprising since their societies were more violent than the most blighted urban areas of modern America. We’re a lot less violent now. We’d never put up with that today.

Okay, but a generation ago baseball was America’s pass time and boxing matches were the events of the year. Today, football dwarfs baseball and the UFC towers over boxing. Our entertainment got more violent while our society became less so.

Oct 21 06:59

The New York Times Is Anti-White and Anti-American

The vast majority of the New York Times’s subscribers are white people. These are people who apparently are so emotionally and mentally weak and so full of guilt and self-loathing that they support a rabid anti-American propaganda organization that brands its readers “racists” and delegitimises the founding principles of the United States.

The US Defense Secretary, Espy, distracts us with the “Russian and Chinese enemies,” while the worst enemy that the United States has ever had—The New York Times—carries on its deadly attack of deconstructing America. The New York Times’ position is that America is a racist nation by design and thus illegitimate. Neither Putin nor Xi Jinping—or both together—could do our country such great harm as does The New York Times.

Oct 21 06:59

The US Military/Security Complex Is Destroying Both Peace and the US Economy

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper is a former Raytheon lobbyist and another example of President Trump’s penchant for frustrating his own policies by appointing to power people who oppose his policies. Why does Trump think he can expect a representative of the military/security complex to help him wind down Washington’s hegemonic policeman of the world routine?

Esper is out making speeches that the military/security complex needs 5% real increase annually in order to counter Russia and China— https://news.antiwar.com/2020/10/16/esper-calls-for-more-military-spen... . It is Washington that is aggressive toward Russia and China, not the other way around. The military/security complex desperately needs foreign enemies in order to maximize its budget and power. Russiagate’s purpose was to prevent Trump from removing a valuable “enemy” by normalizing relations with Russia.

Oct 21 06:58

Report: Explicit Photos of Minor in Hunter Biden’s Laptop Were of a Relative — and He Was in Some of the Photos WITH HER

Approximately one third of the explicit photos of minors in Hunter Biden’s laptop were of the same 14-year-old girl — who is one of his relatives, according a shocking new report.

Not only were there inappropriate photos of the child on her own, but Hunter Biden was in some of them with her.

“A source close to the matter, though, who claims to have seen the images on Hunter’s laptop, told Revolver that about one-third of the images are of the same underage girl. Some of the images are topless, while in others she is shown in suggestive positions with Hunter himself,” Revolver News reports.

The Gateway Pundit spoke to another source who said the same thing.

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Many people will get confused trying to work out the Burisma corruption, but THIS is something everyone can understand!

Oct 21 06:53

Not A Typical Manufacturing Recovery

Oct 21 06:47

Former NSA Director Bill Binney on the FBI’s Russia Indictments – It’s a “Camouflage, a Ruse, a Way of Trying to Divert” – Like the “Wizard of Oz”

Bill Binney and former NSA Analyst J. Kirk Wiebe joined a panel on the current status quo of the United States and this year’s election. As we all know, if President Trump wins the 2020 election, the US will be saved to live another day. If Biden wins, freedoms and our way of life and our liberties may be gone for our lifetimes.

The LaRouche PAC held their event with known experts yesterday. Former Senior NSA Analyst J. Kirk Wiebe and William Binney, the NSA’s former Technical Director, joined the panel. Wiebe led off by describing the media and social media censorship of the Hunter/Joe Biden corruption scandal as demonstrating that, “We are now in a Civil War.”

Oct 21 06:44

Disturbing deepfake tool on popular messaging app Telegram is forging NUDE images of underage girls from clothed photos on their social media

The unnamed 'bot' works using artificial intelligence and machine learning
It operates on the Telegram messaging app with over 100,000 images shared
Report authors say anyone is at risk of having an image taken and a nude faked

Oct 21 06:43

Televangelist Pat Robertson predicts Trump will win re-election and bring about THE END TIMES

Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson has predicted that President Donald Trump will secure re-election, which he says will then lead to the end of the world.

“…The next thing is the election that's coming up in just a few weeks, at which time, according to what I believe the Lord told me, the president is going to be re-elected,” Robertson prophesized during his show on Tuesday. The preacher then added that Trump's victory is “going to lead to civil unrest, and then a war against Israel and so forth…”

According to Robertson, the war's outcome has also already been pre-determined. “There is going to be a war, then a time of peace,” he said, before adding, “And then maybe the end.”

Oct 21 06:42

Seven Britons 'of Pakistani origin' including two minors are arrested in Paris for 'trying to run over a cop outside Israeli embassy'

Four men and three women, understood to be Londoners, were arrested Tuesday
Group filmed in two cars threatening officers outside the embassy on Monday
They suddenly charged at one of the policeman who made a narrow escape

Oct 21 06:42

The Communist Party of China: Putting the People First

Among other items “proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people,” the preamble to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “… human beings shall enjoy freedom … from want.”

The UDHR preamble goes on to state that “fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person … have [been] determined to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom.”

Article 25(1) outlines what each human should rightfully be availed of:

Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.

Accordingly, anyone lacking the rights listed in article 25(1) would be construed in some level of poverty.

Oct 21 06:41

Trump to Remove Sudan From Terrorist List, Following Behind-the-Scenes Pressure on Israel

President Donald Trump announced on Monday that the United States will remove Sudan from its list of countries that sponsor terrorism, paving the way for the East African country to join the global financial system after nearly three decades as an international pariah and setting the stage for Khartoum to normalize relations with Israel.

The United States had already agreed in principle to lift Sudan from the state sponsor of terrorism list, after it agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to the families of victims of terrorist attacks on U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 and the bombing of a U.S. naval vessel in Yemen in 2000. The United States accused the former Sudanese regime of supporting those attacks, carried out by al Qaeda under Osama bin Laden.

Oct 21 06:40

SELF-DEFENSE LAWS IN THE U.S.

Self defense in the sense of the law is defined as: a claim or plea that the use of force or injuring or killing another was necessary in defending one’s own person or other person from physical attack. While this may seem straight forward, a self defense plea is often convoluted. What many people don’t realize is self defense laws are vastly different across the country. There are two main types of self defense laws currently in use across the United States and also the “castle doctrine” which often accompanies a “stand your ground” law to include property.

Oct 21 06:40

The Great American Oil & Gas Massacre: Bankruptcies Hit New Milestone as Bigger Companies Let Go

The amount of secured and unsecured debts, such as loans and bonds, listed in bankruptcy filings in the third quarter by US oil and gas companies, at $34 billion, pushed the total oil-and-gas bankruptcy debt for 2020 to $89 billion, according to data compiled by law firm Haynes and Boone. And this nine-month total already surpassed the full-year total of oil-bust year 2016.

Oct 21 06:38

Ten years later, BP oil spill continues to harm wildlife—especially dolphins

On April 20, 2010, an explosion at the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig released over 130 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. It was the biggest oil spill ever in U.S. waters and remains one of the worst environmental disasters in world history.

Eleven rig workers lost their lives. So did untold millions of marine mammals, sea turtles, birds, and fish. While the world watched, helpless, oil gushed into one of the planet’s most biodiverse marine habitats for 87 long days.

Oct 21 06:37

Meet your (Chinese) Facebook censors

China is one of the most censorious societies on earth. So what better place for ­Facebook to recruit social-media censors?

There are at least half a dozen “Chinese nationals who are working on censorship,” a former Facebook insider told me last week. “So at some point, they [Facebook bosses] thought, ‘Hey, we’re going to get them H-1B visas so they can do this work.’ ”

The insider shared an internal directory of the team that does much of this work. It’s called Hate-Speech Engineering (George Orwell, call your office), and most of its members are based at Facebook’s offices in Seattle. Many have Ph.D.s, and their work is extremely complex, involving machine learning — teaching “computers how to learn and act without being explicitly programmed,” as the techy Web site DeepAI.org puts it.

Oct 21 06:36

Fire Experts Say Western States Need To Clear Out Mismanaged Forests

As the West Coast approaches the tail-end of what have been increasingly destructive fire seasons, experts say it's time to "shift the focus back to managing healthy forests that can better withstand fire," in what would be a sharp reversal from decades of federal, state and local agencies prioritizing fire suppression over prevention, according to NBC News.

"Fires have always been part of our ecosystem," said Mike Rogers, a former Angeles National Forest supervisor and board member of the National Association of Forest Service Retirees. "Forest management is a lot like gardening. You have to keep the forest open and thin."

Oct 21 06:35

Biden, Corruption, And Ukraine's Election Interference Against Trump

In 2014, the Obama administration assigned Joe Biden to oversee Ukraine policy. From that position he likely received a portion of the payola his son Hunter extracted from Burisma, one of the country’s largest energy companies, for firing an unfriendly prosecutor.

The political operation, though, was bigger than just a few million dollars funneled to the Biden family. In 2016 Ukraine interfered against Donald Trump in the American presidential election. It did so by launching a false Russian flag operation against the Trump campaign through Fusion GPS, CrowdStrike, and Alexandra Chalupa.

Ukraine later admitted the interference and apologized for it.

Oct 21 06:35

San Fran's New Normal: Third Walgreens In A Year Is Closing Due To "Rampant Shoplifting"

The effects of allowing chaos to prevail in liberal run cities across America might not be obvious to liberals now, but when their cities empty out completely, it's going to become crystal clear.

Such is the case in San Francisco, where the city's new normal of shoplifting and chaos has driven another Walgreens pharmacy out of the city.

The move to close the Walgreens at Van Ness and Eddy came after "months of seeing its shelves repeatedly cleaned out by brazen shoplifters", according to the SF Chronicle. The location served "many older people" who lived in the area.

One customer told the paper: "All of us knew it was coming. Whenever we go in there, they always have problems with shoplifters."

Oct 21 06:32

Feds Confirm Biden Emails Are "Authentic"; '50 Former Intel Officials' Wrong On Russian Disinfo

In yet another death blow to Adam Schiff and the '50 former senior intelligence officers' "Russia, Russia, Russia" claims, the FBI and DOJ have told a Fox News producer that they do not believe that Hunter Biden's laptop and its contents are part of a Russian disinformation campaign, confirming that the 'current' intelligence community agrees with DNI Ratcliffe's comments yesterday.

Oct 21 06:31

First Tests Of New "Immunity Passports" Will Take Place Wednesday

Back in April, when the coronavirus was still new and scary, with cities from New York, to London to Paris in its grip, the professional commentariat was abuzz with speculation about what our not-too-distant post-COVID-19 future might look like. At one point, the mayor of the French city of Nice and Bill Gates were among the most prominent voices discussing health passports, and the WHO was apparently treating the topic with extreme caution.

Since then, discussion has faded somewhat, due in part to the relentless messaging from President Trump and others about the coming vaccines. But as the leading western vaccine projects prepare to apply for emergency use from the FDA as soon as November or December, the World Economic Forum, the same supranational organization that organizes the annual forum in Davos, is taking the lead in testing a global standard to communicate that an individual hasn't been infected with COVID-19.

Oct 21 06:28

Pompeo To Host Warring Armenian, Azerbaijani Foreign Ministers In Washington Friday

According to new reporting in Politico, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will for the first time host the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia in Washington on Friday in the hopes of hammering out a ceasefire agreement that will hold, unlike the prior Saturday's effort, which lasted but a few hours before shelling resumed again.

The last two ceasefire attempts, the first of which was to allow the Red Cross to recover bodies from the Nagorno-Karabakh front lines, were brokered by Russia. Hundreds or possibly thousands have died in renewed fighting over the disputed ethnic autonomous territory, which Azerbaijan claims as its own, since September 27.

Politico says Friday's meeting will not involve the two delegations being in the same room, but Pompeo is scheduled to meet with them separately. There is the possibility that Pompeo could push for a direct meeting amid the course of talks, however.

Oct 21 06:27

Food Shortages Hit China: There Is "Not...Enough Fresh Food To Go Around"

Over the past few weeks, I have been writing articles regarding a coming food shortage. I’ve been pointing out that the food shortage is going to hit the United States hard but that it is also going to hit the rest of the world.

A worldwide fit of hysteria over COVID, resulting in the shutdown of the world’s economy, interruption of the supply chain, and the destruction of food products, as well as international trade wars and natural disasters, are going to collide with one another and make this winter one of the toughest on record.

Oct 21 06:26

US Wasted Billions of Taxpayer Dollars in Afghanistan From 2018 to 2019

The 19-year-old war in Afghanistan continues to be a huge sinkhole for US taxpayer dollars. The US government’s oversight authority that monitors waste in Washington’s Afghanistan reconstruction effort released a report this month updating its findings.

The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) found that as of December 31st, 2019, Congress appropriated almost $134 billion to Afghanistan reconstruction since the 2002 fiscal year. Of that amount, SIGAR reviewed about $63 billion and found approximately $19 billion or 30 percent was lost to waste, fraud, and abuse.

Between January 1st, 2018, and December 31st, 2019, SIGAR found an additional $3.4 billion was lost to waste, fraud, and abuse. Of that total, SIGAR identified $1.5 billion in taxpayer funds that were lost to waste, $300 million lost to fraud, and $34 million lost to abuse. The remaining $1.6 billion was allocated to counter-narcotics, which SIGAR believes was also wasted.

Oct 21 06:26

Death Toll Rises Despite Second Nagorno-Karabakh Ceasefire

Azerbaijan and Armenia reported fresh fighting on Tuesday over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh enclave. Despite two attempted ceasefires, clashes that broke out on September 27th continue to rage as the death toll mounts.

Nagorno-Karabakh reported another 43 military casualties, bringing the total number of servicemen killed from the ethnic Armenian enclave to 772 since the fighting started. Thirty-seven ethnic Armenian civilians have been reported killed so far.

Oct 21 06:25

Republicans Introduce Bill That Names China as Top Threat

On Tuesday, GOP lawmakers introduced a bill to the House that declares China the top economic and national security threat to the US. The legislation, dubbed the China Task Force Act, was authored by House minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and co-sponsored by Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX).

The bill would enact 137 legislative recommendations made by the China Task Force in a report released last month. The China Task Force is made up of 15 GOP legislators. It was set up in May 2020 to assess the threat of Beijing and find legislative solutions to combat the risks that the hawkish lawmakers think China poses.

The act says China’s Communist Party has “risen to become the United States’ prevailing economic and national security threat of this generation.” The bill makes it clear that the Republican lawmakers believe the US is engaged in a new Cold War with China.

Oct 21 06:25

US, Japan, Australia Conduct Joint Exercises in the South China Sea

The US, Japan, and Australia conducted joint naval exercises in the South China Sea on Monday, the US Navy’s Seventh Fleet said on Tuesday. The drills marked the fifth time this year that the three countries had conducted exercises together in the Seventh Fleet’s areas of operations.

The USS John McCain, a guided-missile destroyer, joined an Australian warship and a Japanese warship. “Operations together included surface, subsurface, and air defense exercises, and a variety of other training events to strengthen regional maritime security operations,” the Seventh Fleet said.

“By operating with our close allies in this way, here in the South China Sea, we promote transparency, the rule of law, freedom of navigation and overflight,” said Cmdr. Ryan Easterday, commanding officer of the McCain.

Oct 21 06:24

Australia to Join Naval Drill With US, Japan, and India

With an eye towards China, Australia will join the US, India, and Japan in the annual Malabar naval exercises next month. The drills will be held off India’s coast in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea.

The Malabar drills began as an annual joint US-Indian operation in 1992. Japan joined the exercise on a permanent basis in 2015, and Australia last participated in the drills in 2007.

The four countries make up the informal alliance known as the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue or the Quad. Next month will be the first time in years that all four nations participate in military exercises together.

Oct 21 06:24

US Welcomes Russia’s Offer to Extend New START for One Year

On Tuesday, Moscow said it is ready to offer the US a mutual one-year freeze on both sides’ nuclear arsenals to extend the New START treaty for the same period. The freeze on warheads is a key US demand to extend the treaty, which will expire in February 2021 if an agreement is not reached.

“Russia offers to prolong New START for one year, and it is ready to take on the political obligation along with the USA to freeze the amount of its nuclear warheads for that period. This position can be implemented strictly on the understanding that the freezing of the warheads will not be accompanied by any additional demands from the side of the US,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Oct 21 06:23

How Trump Got Played By The Military-Industrial Complex

On March 20, 2018, President Donald Trump sat beside Saudi crown prince Muhammed bin Salman at the White House and lifted a giant map that said Saudi weapons purchases would support jobs in “key” states — including Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida and Ohio, all of which were crucial to Trump’s 2016 election victory.

“Saudi Arabia has been a very great friend and a big purchaser of equipment … but if you look, in terms of dollars, $3 billion, $533 million, $525 million — that’s peanuts for you. You should have increased it,” Trump said to the prince, who was (and still is) overseeing a military campaign in Yemen that has deployed U.S. weaponry to commit scores of alleged war crimes.

Oct 21 06:20

Touchdown! NASA makes historic landing on 'doomsday asteroid' Bennu as OSIRIS-REx extends its 11-foot robotic arm to collect rock samples before launching back into space

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has made a historic touchdown on the asteroid Bennu, dodging boulders the size of buildings to collect samples from the surface for several seconds before safely backing away Tuesday evening.

The meticulous descent took 4.5 hours and by 6.12pm the spacecraft made touchdown where its 11-foot robotic arm acted like a pogo stick and bounced on the asteroid's surface to collect dirt and dust before the craft launched back into space.

The crucial minutes in the mission started around 5.38pm when the spacecraft extended its arm and cameras toward the asteroid's surface. By 6pm OSIRIS-REx made matchpoint burn, the spacecraft's key final maneuver performed by firing its thrusters to match Bennu’s spin to center itself exactly over the landing spot.

Oct 21 06:20

85% US small biz permanently close in 2020

Oct 21 06:19

Biden: No Legitimacy to Claims Hunter Profited off Family Name, ‘Desperate Campaign to Smear Me and My Family’

During an interview with Milwaukee’s WISN 12 News on Tuesday, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee former Vice President Joe Biden stated that there is no legitimacy to claims by Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) that Biden’s son, Hunter, along with other members of the Biden family, profited off the Biden family name and stated that the claims are a “last-ditch effort in this desperate campaign to smear me and my family.”

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Your pants are burning, Joe.

Oct 21 06:19

Police: Biden Supporter Arrested for Shooting at Trump Supporters in Pick-Up Truck

A supporter of Democrat candidate Joe Biden was arrested after he shot at two Trump supporters who honked at him in a pick-up truck while he was putting up a Black Lives Matter sign, police said.

Police arrested Douglas Kuhn, 50, after shooting at Neal Houk and his son Bradley Lang, both supporters of President Donald Trump, in Kingsville, Maryland, on Saturday afternoon, WJZ reported.

Houk and Lang honked at him while Kuhn was putting up a Black Lives Matter sign in his front yard around 2:30 p.m.

Kuhn then allegedly fired his shotgun at Houk and Lang’s truck, which had Trump signs in the windows, but luckily missed Lang, Houk, and the vehicle.

Oct 21 06:18

Nolte: ‘Smoking Gun Email’ Shows Joe Biden Did Meet with Son Hunter’s Ukraine Partners

A “smoking gun email” obtained by the New York Post shows Joe Biden lied when he said he’s “never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.”

According to an email dated April 17, 2015, Biden, who was then the sitting vice president, met in person with Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to the board of Burisma.

Bursima is the sketchy Ukrainian energy company that put Hunter Biden on its board and paid him a reported $50,000 a month — a month! — even though Hunter has no known energy sector experience and doesn’t speak any of the languages spoken in that country.

The date of the email is important. The meeting between Pozharskyi and the then-vice president would have taken place eight months before Biden threatened to withhold U.S. aid from Ukraine unless the country agreed to fire a prosecutor who was looking into Burisma. The prosecutor was fired.

Oct 21 06:17

China Is a Challenge, But an Asian NATO Is Not the Answer

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo continues to undermine President Donald Trump’s "America First" agenda by promoting ever-expanding military commitments around the globe. Pompeo’s latest interventionist fling occurred last week when he attended the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or Quad, in Tokyo.

Also present were representatives of Australia, India, and Japan. This international meet-up was unashamedly directed against China. Pompeo urged participants to protect their people from Beijing’s "exploitation, corruption and coercion." He and Australia’s foreign minister reportedly discussed "China’s malign activity in the region."

Oct 21 06:16

Democratic senators introduce bill to constrain F-35 sales to UAE

A pair of Democratic senators has introduced a bill aimed at constraining the Trump administration’s effort to sell F-35 fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates.

The bill, introduced Tuesday, would require the administration certify that Israel’s military advantage in the region would not be jeopardized before it can move forward with selling the United States’ most advanced military aircraft to other Middle Eastern countries.

Oct 21 06:16

Exclusive: Process to elect ICC war crimes prosecutor stalls amid U.S. sanctions

Washington’s decision to impose financial sanctions on the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is overshadowing the search for her successor, with countries deadlocked over a post that has new visibility as the target of American anger.

The court’s 123 member countries are due to meet in New York on Dec. 7, when they are meant to pick a successor for Fatou Bensouda, the court’s Gambian chief prosecutor whose term expires in June. A shortlist of four candidates has been drawn up for the nine-year term, narrowed down from a list of 14 by a panel of diplomats and experts.

But in a letter, a copy of which was reviewed by Reuters, the court’s oversight body wrote to inform members that none of the four nominees had enough support. It proposed widening the search to include all 14 of the original candidates.

Oct 21 06:15

US Marines in remote corner of Australia are practicing to guide Air Force bombers to targets across the Pacific

At remote ranges in northern Australia this summer, US Marines and Australian troops trained to guide US bombers to targets on far-flung islands, illustrating the Corps' increasing focus on a potential war in the Pacific.

COVID-19 affected the deployment of the Marine Rotational Force based in Darwin, on Australia's northern coast, but didn't keep it from using new assets and concepts.

In August, Marines flew RQ-21A Blackjack drones in Australia for the first time as part of the month-long Exercise Loobye.

The exercise, which involved Marines, the US Air Force, and the Australian Defense Force, "focused on a small naval expeditionary force's ability to rapidly deploy, integrate with foreign partners, coordinate airstrikes and call for close air support on targets within contested environments," according to a release.

Oct 21 06:14

Thais defy protest ban for sixth day with 'Hunger Games' salutes

Thai protesters raised three-finger salutes to the national anthem at public places across Bangkok on Tuesday in a sixth day showing defiance of a ban meant to end three months of protests against the government and monarchy.

Oct 21 06:14

Pandemic worsens NYC's food crisis

The lines are long and the need is enormous. More than 1 million New Yorkers can't afford food, and standing on long lines at food banks is now too common amid the pandemic.

"We have done disasters before but nothing is even close to what we are doing now," Alexander Rapaport, the executive director of Masbia soup kitchen network, told FOX 5 NY.

Masbia soup kitchen network opened 15 years ago. It has locations in Borough Park and Flatbush in Brooklyn and in Forest Hills in Queens. Rapaport said he has seen a 500% increase in demand.

An estimated 1.5 million New Yorkers cannot afford food, according to the New York Times. Their only lifeline is a food pantry.

Oct 21 06:13

Judge OKs release of Ghislaine Maxwell transcripts

Transcripts of interviews lawyers conducted with the ex-girlfriend of the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein must be released by Thursday morning, a judge said Tuesday.

U.S. District Judge Loretta A. Preska’s order allows the public release of transcripts of two days of depositions in 2016 of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and related documents, along with the deposition transcript of an anonymous accuser.

The judge briefly permitted the immediate release of the transcripts but reversed herself after an attorney for Maxwell made a late plea to delay the release. The lawyer cited objections to some redactions and said Maxwell had not had decided whether to further appeal an appellate ruling. Preska gave lawyers on each side until 9 a.m. Thursday to confer and release the transcripts.

Oct 21 06:10

NATO Secretary-General Confirms Germany's Ramstein Base Will Host New Allied Space Centre

A new space centre that will give NATO member states the chance to observe outer space and satellites, as well as collect data on possible threats, and monitor how space debris moves is planned to be built in Germany, according to NATO's Secretary-General.

The US Ramstein Air Base in Germany's state of Rhineland-Pfalz, will host a new allied space centre, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed.

According to Stoltenberg, NATO defence ministers are expected to agree on the space centre in the Ramstein base on 22 October.

"Tomorrow, I expect, ministers will agree to establish a new NATO space centre at the allied air command in Ramstein, Germany", Stoltenberg told a press conference before a meeting of defence ministers.

Oct 21 06:10

Live Updates: Azerbaijan Denies Its Aircraft Was Downed by Karabakh Air Defence Units

Armenia and Azerbaijan have twice agreed on a Russia-brokered humanitarian ceasefire to exchange prisoners and dead bodies, however both times the truce has been breached as the two sides have accused each other of violating the agreement.

Armenian Defence Ministry spokesman Artsrun Hovhannisyan said the Azerbaijani Armed Forces' operation against the unrecognised republic of Nagorno-Karabakh was unsuccessful.

Hovhannisyan said these strike forces had been unable to break through the defensive lines of the Karabakh Defence Army. He said that after five to seven days of unsuccessful battles, the Azerbaijani Armed Forces, apparently, concentrated all their forces in the south and began to act by squeezing the region.

Oct 21 06:09

The Bidens May Pose 'Security Problem' to US & Hunter Was Likely Used as 'Bagman', Analyst Says

Following the release of the Hunter Biden exposés, President Trump publicly lashed out at the Bidens, calling them an "organised crime family" and called upon the FBI and DoJ to investigate the matter. Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel has weighed up the accusations put forward against the Bidens.

Donald Trump has hit the war path this October, announcing a massive declassification of all materials concerning the FBI's Russiagate investigation and Hillary Clinton's private email server scandal. However, it now appears that it was just an appetiser before the publication of a series of The New York Post's bombshell reports about the Biden family, which was followed by announcements that more emails and documents from other sources are likely to come out soon.

Oct 21 06:09

US Sanctions on Nord Stream 2 Continuation of Destructive Policy, Kremlin Says

On Tuesday, the US extended sanctions against Nord Stream 2 to businesses that provide services or funds to upgrade or install equipment on ships for laying the pipeline.

Moscow sees US' latest sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as a continuation of a destructive policy which damages bilateral relations, Russia's presidential spokesman said.

"In general, this is quite an unfriendly and destructive policy of constant introduction of different restrictions against us, our economic operators and our economy. Unfortunately, this has already become an integrant part of of the unfair competition, Washington's overt raider competition policy. Unfortunately, they have been pursuing this destructive policy for over a year, and it certainly damages our bilateral relations," Peskov told reporters.

Oct 21 06:08

Schumer, Asked About Judiciary Committee, Says He’s Had ‘Long And Serious Talk’ With Feinstein

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) revealed he had a serious conversation with Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the California senator who recently found herself dealing with backlash from the Left for thanking Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsay Graham (R-SC) on how he ran the Supreme Court nomination hearings last week.

Oct 21 06:08

Michigan Drops Charges Against Barber For Lockdown Violations After Whitmer Orders Struck Down

Michigan state prosecutors have dropped charges against Owosso barber Karl Manke for opening his shop on May 4 in violation of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s lockdown order.

Oct 21 06:08

WATCH: NASA’s OSIRIS-REx probe successfully touches down on asteroid Bennu 320 million km away

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx probe successfully touched down on the ancient asteroid Bennu to collect a sample which will hopefully shed some light on the early universe and, possibly, the origins of life itself.

The OSIRIS-REx – which stands for: Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer – spacecraft briefly touched down on the asteroid located some 200 million miles (321 million kilometers) from Earth on Tuesday.

At approximately 1:50 pm EDT, the probe descended 805 meters (2641 feet) from orbit, in a delicate process which took four hours, and extended its 3.35-meter sampling arm and touched the space rock for about 15 seconds.

Oct 21 06:07

Protesters hurl firecrackers at police after black moped rider allegedly hit by cop car in Providence, RI (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Police in Providence, Rhode Island have made more than a dozen arrests after a demonstration, sparked by a black moped rider being slammed by a cop car, descended into mayhem. One officer was injured.

Hundreds of people marched through the state’s capital on Tuesday night in solidarity with Jhamal Gonsalves, a 24-year-old black man who was knocked off his motorized scooter after allegedly being hit by a Providence police cruiser. Footage of the event was widely shared online. The incident, which occurred while police were attempting to disperse hundreds of motorbikes that had assembled in the city’s streets, put Gonsalves in a coma. It’s still unclear whether the police vehicle actually collided with Gonsalves’ bike.

Demonstrators carried large banners reading “Stop racist police brutality” and “Stop the war on black America.”

Oct 21 06:06

US tries to squeeze Huawei out of Brazil’s 5G network development

Brazil has become the latest battleground in the US tech war against Beijing, with the Trump administration offering the South American country lucrative financing to shift away from China’s Huawei when developing its 5G networks.

On Tuesday, an American delegation led by National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien signed a new agreement with Brazil during a four-day visit to the country. The deal, sponsored by the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM), is aimed at strengthening economic cooperation between the two sides and promoting US exports in various sectors, especially in the telecommunications area and 5G, according to O’Brien.

“Under the agreement, EXIM and Brazil agree to explore and identify potential opportunities for EXIM financing in a total aggregate amount of up to $1 billion,” EXIM said in a statement.

Oct 21 06:06

The beheading of a teacher shows Islamic extremists are still intent on destroying us. Here’s 5 steps we must take to stop them

It’s time to stop worrying so much about Covid and focus on the real existential threat to our way of life. As a former police commander, I know that only radical, sustained action will stop these killers.

The recent savage beheading of a teacher in France, for just doing his job – broadening the minds of children by teaching the importance of freedom of speech and religion – is a salutary reminder of the threat that lurks within our Western societies.

This terrible attack by a young extremist Islamist terrorist of Chechen heritage is one of so many awful incidents over the past few years, ones that we somehow seem to forget so quickly.

Oct 21 06:05

This new ‘hate crime’ law is even more pernicious & worrying than celebrity critics like Rowan Atkinson and John Cleese realise

Scotland’s bid to outlaw prejudice against certain ‘protected characteristics’ is not just about an assault on free speech. It does something the law should never do: treat some people more favourably than others.
The media spotlight on celebrity free speech blinds us to the threat the proposed new hate crime poses to ordinary people, and their right to equal treatment under the law.

By introducing so-called ‘protected characteristics’, the Scottish government plans to allow the courts to punish alleged ‘hate crimes’ much more severely than other offences. Their argument, that offences committed against victims who identify with these ‘characteristics’ should be punished much more severely than an offence committed against someone who does not have them, threatens to undermine the right of citizens to be treated equally before the law.

Oct 21 06:00

Illegal Israeli Colonists Flood Palestinian Farmlands With Sewage, Attack Villages, Near Nablus

Illegal Israeli colonists invaded, Tuesday and Monday, Palestinian farmlands, and olive orchards, north and east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and flooded them, with sewage water, in addition to attacking the villagers.

Mohammad Azem, the mayor of Sebastia Palestinian town, north of Nablus, said the colonists came from Shavei Shomron illegal colony, which was built on stolen Palestinian lands.

Azem added that the colonists flooded with sewage water Palestinian lands containing olive and apricot trees, in the western area of the town, causing serious losses to the livelihoods of the farmers and their families.

Oct 21 05:59

Saudi youths face death despite ban on capital punishment against minors

Saudi detainees accused of committing crimes while children are still at risk of execution, despite reforms announced earlier this year scrapping capital punishment for minors, human rights advocates have warned.

In April, King Salman issued a royal decree ending death sentences for crimes committed as a minor, instead making the maximum sentence 10 years in a juvenile detention facility.

However, there was no indication of when the decree would take effect, and rights groups have this week warned several youths still face the death penalty.

Oct 21 05:59

Senior UAE delegation comes to Israel; Netanyahu: ‘Today we are making history’

In another major milestone for Israel-Gulf relations, a delegation of senior United Arab Emirates officials arrived in Tel Aviv on Tuesday for a series of meetings with their Israeli counterparts.

After landing, the UAE delegation, headed by the ministers of the economy and finance and two deputy ministers, signed four bilateral agreements with Israel, including a visa waiver agreement.

Oct 21 05:58

What Are the Pharmaceutical Industry’s Connections to Schools of Public Health?

Below editorial text is a link to “Disclosure forms provided by the authors”. Scroll to Section 3 and “Relevant financial activities outside the submitted work”, and see that author and NEJM Deputy Editor Lindsey Baden has received grants from the Wellcome Trust, the Ragon Institute, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and NIH/NIAID (the latter headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, mainstream media’s highest profile health expert). The reason for the grants, in every case, is “vaccine development”.

There is also a link to the NEJM Group that takes one to a site filled with the slick photographic imagery characteristic of medical insurance brochures and the TV ads of the pharmaceutical industry: handsome models, setup scenes, the too-perfect age/gender/race balance, dramatized happy people. Rather than a mission statement, the Group has a “Learn about NEJM Group” page.

Oct 21 05:58

US Seeks to Prolong Terrorism in Syria, Not Defeat It

Recent attacks on Syrian positions from terrorists of the self-proclaimed “Islamic State” (ISIS) and the release of thousands of prisoners in US-occupied eastern Syria illustrate how Washington is demonstratably prolonging instability in Syria as part of its promise to transform the nation into a “quagmire” for Russia and Iran.

Newsweek itself, in an article titled, “US Syria Representative Says His Job Is to Make the War a ‘Quagmire’ for Russia,” had admitted earlier this year that:
The US special representative for Syria has urged continued American deployment to the war torn country in order to keep pressure on US enemies and make the conflict a “quagmire” for Russia.

Oct 21 05:57

Tired, Hungry, and Poor: Everything Antifa Is Not

On October 6, some Antifa sock puppet addressed the Portland city council. Somewhere near the beginning of his insipid rant, he claims, “I represent a mass of humanity, we’re tired, hungry, poor, and huddling.” My initial response to this claim was a weird combination of indifference and shock. Indifference at its vapidity, and shock at the possibility that this guy actually believes this about himself. Be that as it may, I'll try to unpack it.

Are you “tired” because you spent the night awake playing Call of Duty? Are you “hungry” because mom hasn’t yet made her weekly run to Whole Foods? Are you “poor” because you have no concept of what that word means, and that the poorest 20% of U.S. households (of which I doubt you're a part) still consume more than the overall average in Canada and Sweden? Are you “huddling” because the police crammed too many of you in the back of the transport van?

Oct 21 05:56

White BLM protester called a black police officer guarding Downing Street a 'pet n****r', reveals minister Kemi Badenoch as she slams it as a 'political movement' and warns teaching children that 'white privilege' is a fact is ILLEGAL

A white Black Lives Matter protester called a black police officer guarding Downing Street a 'pet n****r', a top Tory minister claimed in Parliament yesterday.

Oct 21 05:56

U.S. retailers secure stores as worries about election unrest mount

This time last year, shoppers on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile were waiting for Louis Vuitton to debut its whimsical holiday window decorations. Now those same windows are hidden behind a wall of wood panels painted bright orange.

While still open for shoppers, stores like Gucci PRTP.PA, H&M HMb.ST and Nordstrom JWN.N are also boarded up after looters targeted the city's famed retail district in the spring and summer, when protests gripped more than 100 U.S. cities.

As security experts warn that the U.S. presidential election could spark renewed civil unrest, those stores remain clad in plywood as retailers seek to keep property and employees safe in the event street violence flares anew.

“You have to ask: ‘Do we want to be safe?’” said Andy, 50, the owner of Vickie’s Nail Salon. The Magnificent Mile shop was broken into and robbed during early morning mayhem that erupted after the police shooting of a young Black man in August.

Oct 21 05:54

The Media Officially Becomes the Communications Department for Joe Biden

This week, the New York Post published a bombshell story. Hunter Biden's laptop was apparently given to a computer repairman in Delaware, and a copy of the hard drive was turned over to the Post. The Post found several alarming emails. The first was a communique from a Ukrainian businessman from the natural gas company Burisma -- the same company from which Hunter Biden would gain a reported $50,000-per-month salary as a board member, despite knowing nothing about Ukraine or natural gas. The communique contained the businessman's thanks to Hunter for brokering a meeting with Joe Biden.

Oct 21 05:47

Death rates for hospitalised Covid-19 patients are now almost a QUARTER of what they were during the peak of the pandemic, studies show

Death rates for hospitalised Covid-19 patients are now almost a quarter of what they were during the peak of the pandemic, studies have shown.

Research conducted at one New York care facility revealed 25.6 per cent of hospital patients died in March. But in June, this rate plummeted to just 7.6 per cent.

Oct 21 05:46

Big Tech goes all in: Silicon Valley launches $100 million anti-Trump ad blitz – report

A super PAC bankrolled by Silicon Valley moguls is preparing a massive TV advertising campaign to help boost Democratic candidate Joe Biden against President Donald Trump in the final days before the 2020 US election.

The $100-plus million blitz includes at least $22 million from Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, according to an exclusive report from Recode, a subdivision of Vox. Another Democratic megadonor involved is former Google and Alphabet CEO Eric Schmidt, currently advising the Pentagon on technology innovation.

Oct 21 05:45

Police interrogated French teacher over Prophet Mohammed cartoons four days before his murder following complaint from parent whose daughter didn't attend the class

Police interrogated the French schoolteacher over Prophet Mohammed cartoons following a complaint from a parent whose daughter didn't attend the class, it emerged today.

Oct 21 05:45

Trump follows Republicans' calls demanding a special counsel investigation of Hunter Biden scandal, wants it BEFORE ELECTION

President Donald Trump says US Attorney General William Barr should appoint a special prosecutor to investigate an alleged influence-peddling scandal involving his Democrat rival, Joe Biden, before the Nov. 3 election.

"We've got to get the attorney general to act," Trump said Tuesday in an interview with Fox News. "He's got to act, and he's got to act fast. He's got to appoint somebody. This is major corruption, and this has to be known about before the election."

Oct 21 05:44

Union leader calls out Biden for false endorsement claim

Oct 21 05:44

New Hampshire homeowners receive threatening letters over Trump 2020 lawn signs

At least two residents who displayed pro-Trump flags and signs on their front lawns in small-town New Hampshire reportedly received letters threatening to burn down their homes if the presidential election did not result in a victory for Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

The letters were received by one resident in Milford, and another in the nearby town of Brookline, both located in Hillsborough County.

Capt. Craig Frye, of the Milford police, told Fox News the department referred the case to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the state attorney general’s office, which is conducting an investigation.

A woman who asked to be identified only by her first name, Kelly, showed the letter she received to WMUR.

Oct 21 05:42

INSPECTORS FLOOD BORO PARK AND FLATBUSH: Every Yeshiva Being Visited Today

YWN has been inundated with reports of inspectors flooding the Flatbush and Boro Park “red zones” on Monday.

By 11:30AM, inspectors from the NYC Department of Buildings had already visited nearly two dozen Mosdos Hatorah.

Initial reports state that inspectors are asking to enter the buildings, and if denied, they are given a summons for a court appearance in a few months along with a $15,000 fine.

Highly credible sources tell YWN that the inspectors were provided a list from the State that has the names and addresses of every single Yeshiva, and were hoping to visit each one today.

YWN had no information if any Yeshivas were even open.

Oct 21 05:42

‘Why I sprung my dad from his care home’ – the enslaved ‘care home’ vulnerable losing the will to live all over the world

When his home closed to visitors for the second time, it had a devastating effect on my father’s mental health, so I decided to take action

Oct 21 05:41

Former Clinton Aide Behind Calls for Investigation Following Pompeo Pledge to Release Hillary Emails

The American Oversight liberal interest group has called for an investigation in response to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stating this month that the State Department will release former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, which were stored on her unsecured private server despite containing classified information.

On October 9, in an interview with Dana Perino of The Daily Briefing on Fox News, Pompeo stated that the emails will be released “as fast as we can” to the public so that “the American people can see it.”

“We’ve got the emails. We’re getting them out,” Pompeo said, adding that there is more to come before November’s election.

“I certainly think there’ll be more to see before the election,” he said.

Oct 21 05:41

Pupils in Paris No-Go Suburbs Cheered Burning of French Flags in Response to Mohammed Cartoons

Pupils in the Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis allegedly cheered footage of Pakistanis burning French flags in response to Charlie Hebdo republishing the Mohammed cartoons.

Teacher Jean-Baptiste Jorda claimed that one of his classes at a high school in the heavily migrant-populated Seine-Saint-Denis district outside Paris reacted with anger after being shown images of Mohammed that were published by Charlie Hebdo.

“They exploded,” he said, according to French magazine Marianne, and added: “They immediately insulted the newspaper. Some even said they wanted blasphemy to be banned by law.”

Oct 21 05:40

Glenn Greenwald: ‘Adam Schiff Is Seriously the Most Pathological Liar in All of American Politics’

Monday during an appearance on FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald slammed House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and U.S. intelligence agencies for the response to a bombshell report in The New York Post allegedly tying Hunter Biden’s business dealings to his father, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, while he was vice president.

Greenwald noted how the Biden campaign has avoided answering questions about the legitimacy of the Post story’s claims.

“First of all, Adam Schiff is seriously the most pathological liar in all of American politics that I have seen in all of my time covering politics and journalism,” he said. “He just fabricates accusations at the drop of a hat the way that other people change underwear. He is simply lying when he just asserts over and over that the Russians or the Kremlin are behind this story. He has no idea whether or not that’s true. There’s no evidence to support it.”

Oct 21 05:40

Exclusive: Biden Defector’s Emails Reveal Hunter’s Associates Viewed Direct ‘Pipeline’ to Administration as ‘Currency’

Hunter Biden’s business associates spoke candidly in emails about Hunter Biden’s role in the business, particularly as it related to foreign ventures, apparently viewing the Biden name as a form of “currency,” and bragging that they had a “direct…pipeline” to the Obama-Biden Administration.

In another email, Hunter Biden’s associates touted Hunter’s access to the White House and contrasted his willingness to “take on risk” with that of Chris Heinz—then-Secretary of State John Kerry’s stepson and a close friend of Biden and Archer—who was uncomfortable with some of their potential partnerships.

Oct 21 05:39

Hillary Clinton Wishes a Happy Birthday to Kamala Harris: ‘We Could Call this Birthday Girl Madam Vice President’

Former Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sent a cheerful happy birthday message to Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) on Tuesday, telling her millions of social media followers that “we could call this birthday girl Madam Vice President.”

“In two weeks, we could call this birthday girl Madam Vice President,” Clinton tweeted alongside an image of the vice presidential hopeful, who turned 56 on Tuesday:

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