Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Featured posts

by -
cnn

James O’Keefe and his teams at Project Veritas and Project Veritas Action have a history of exposing corruption. With a camera and a pimp costume James took down A.C.O.R.N., and his undercover videos helped expose the inner workings of the DNC and played a roll in Hillary losing the election.

Now, James and his team are going after the media.

On Sean Hannity’s radio show on Tuesday, James O’Keefe announced that he is releasing hours of footage from inside a major media company.

“In the next 48 hours, Project Veritas, like WikiLeaks, will be releasing hundreds of hours of tape from within the establishment media. Our next target is in fact, the media. We’ve had people on the inside come to us. Just like Julian Assange has people come to him, w’ve had people, sources come to us and give us information and we are going to be releasing it WikiLeaks style this week.”

Hear the clip of the show below.

O’Keefe didn’t mention CNN by name, but suggested that it was a major media outlet that “Trump has really been talking about.” Hannity immediately said, “so, it’s CNN.”

CNN has not been very fair in their coverage of James O’Keefe in the past, so it makes sense that they would be the targets of a Project Veritas investigation.

Here is a video where the CNN reporters try to discredit James before they report on his videos during the election.

CNN isn’t the only network that has tried to discredit James and his work. On the latest episode of Homeland, the writers take and unusual swipe at O’Keefe by adding his name to an Alex Jones type character.

Right now, it doesn’t matter what CNN or any other station says about James O’Keefe, it only matters what is on the tapes. That is why James O’Keefe is so successful at what he does. It doesn’t matter what lies people say about him or his or his organization, the tapes don’t lie and it is really hard to argue with video evidence.

Just ask Bob Creamer.

Thoughts? Comment below.

Disagreeing in politics is part of the job, but what Maxine Waters said on MSNBC is beyond appalling.

Rep. Maxine Waters, a Democrat from California has not hidden her dislike for the president, but in an interview on MSNBC she took it too far and resorted to name calling in the worse way.

See the exchange below.

Maxine Waters was very harsh towards Donald Trump after he won the election. Waters said, “I don’t believe anything that Donald Trump says.”

This is the same woman that said the “FBI Director has no credibility”, after comments on Hillary’s email investigation.

Waters, like many Democrats try to frame Trump as a friend of Putin and an enemy of the American people. When in reality, members of Congress that refuse to work with elected officials and verbally chastise opponents are the real threat to our democracy.

Thoughts? Comment below.

by -

Though constitutional literacy remains appalling low among U.S. citizens (and, sadly, even among many members of Congress), most Americans have a general understanding and respect for the 230-year-old document. Nevertheless, and despite all the internal and external challenges our nation has faced from the very outset of its existence, American citizens are still (largely) free to pursue life, liberty, and prosperity.

This is no fluke, but in fact is due to the Constitution’s clearly defined, written parameters in which a government must operate, along with designed checks and balances among and even within its branches. Both factors work to ensure no individual, agency, or branch can act arbitrarily, or declare itself the supreme authority on the law; all are beholden to the Constitution’s sovereignty.

That is, at least, how our Founding Fathers intended it to work, which is why the recent actions of rogue government employees involved with America’s secret surveillance panopticon, are truly frightening.

Here is what we know. Retired Gen. Michael Flynn, President Trump’s national security advisor, resigned last week after media reports of phone calls between him and a Russian diplomat occurring in the month before he formally took his position – calls he denied to the F.B.I. However, the media’s discovery of the calls was not the result of hard work by the Fifth Estate to uncover leads and evidence. Rather, the retired general’s demise reportedly was the direct result of illegal leaking of classified government surveillance information by up to 10 “current and former officials, who were in senior positions at multiple agencies at the time of the calls.” Given both Trump and Flynn’s rocky reputation within the Intelligence Community, revenge, rather than public service “whistleblowing,” appears to have been the motive for the leak.

Take a minute to let that sink in. Unelected bureaucrats feloniously took highly sensitive information, collected in secret surveillance programs for national security purposes, to launch a political assassination of a presidential aide, simply because they could. And, should this insubordination go without punishment, the ramifications threaten the very foundations of constitutional rule-of-law.

Given the extent of today’s surveillance state, it is perhaps not surprising Flynn’s phone conversations were recorded in a government database; after all, our government has long monitored calls into and out from the Russian Embassy (as we did the Soviets during the Cold War). And, thanks to Presidents George Bush and Barack Obama, both of whom vastly expanded the government’s surveillance powers, the recording of Flynn’s calls – regardless of what intelligence program or tool ultimately captured the recording – was likely “legal.”

This serves as a chilling reminder that we apparently have reached the point in the “Deep State” in which no electronic communication – even internal government communications — is safe from government snooping; nor is there any confidence that once monitored, the substance of a communication will be safe from someone in the bureaucracy sharing it for purposes other than reasons of genuine national security. The Obama Administration’s decision in its final days to further loosen the rules on what intercepted data the National Security Agency can share with other agencies, only makes this treacherous environment even more prone to exploitation.

In the past, intelligence personnel at the NSA have been accused of sharing nude photos of innocent civilians it intercepted through its surveillance programs. Of course, such childish misconduct pales in comparison to that when in 2014, CIA personnel were caught hacking Senate computers, for no other reason than they felt the Senate had wronged them regarding a sensitive document.

Flynn is just the latest victim in a disturbing pattern of reckless and defiant behavior from individuals embedded in the Intelligence Community who are unwilling to heed the rule of law, and who act to further their own interests above those of even the President of the United States or Congress.

Herein lies the most concerning issue. When unelected, nameless bureaucrats send a warning shot across the bow of the White House, it presents a serious problem that cannot simply be ignored or dismissed as an isolated incident. In addition to vigorously pursuing the individuals behind the felonious leaking of Flynn’s phone calls, Congress and the Trump White House should see this incident as proof that America’s secret surveillance programs are in desperate need of an overhaul; and that Washington should be reining in these programs, not expanding them as many are advocating.

Intelligence officials may fancy themselves as above Congress or the White House, but they are not above the law. It is high time they are given a hard constitutional rap on the knuckles.

by -

The Trump White House is planning a big immigration push that could start a war over immigration in the United States.

There are few topics that have fueled the anti-Trump protestors than immigration, and Trump’s new “big immigration launch” is going to infuriate them.

The White House is working with the Department of Homeland Security on a proposal that will dramatically add and empower thousands of new officers.

According to a senior administration official, Fox News is reporting that the proposal will hire new officers to fast-track deportations.

The new secretary of the DHS, John Kelly, is asking for 10,000 new ICE officers in the proposal as well as 5,000 additional U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers.

Kelly blames the rise in immigration as the need for the new recruits.

“The surge of immigration at the southern border has overwhelmed federal agencies and resources and has created a significant national security vulnerability to the United States.”

Although this proposal doesn’t focus on the border wall, the new DHS head thinks that is “necessary” to build the wall.

Trump isn’t looking to change any laws to get his way on immigration; he is looking just to enforce the laws that are currently in place.

The push for more immigration agents is another campaign promise that Trump has now kept.

Trump’s actions are solidifying him as the leader that many supporters hoped for, but to millions on the left, they see his actions as more evidence that Trump needs to be stopped.

There is no doubt the left is going to try and stop Trump regardless of what he does, but Trump’s new hires for DHS will go through with no issues.

Trump’s travel ban to countries that support terrorism is a different story. The executive order is having a hard time making it through the courts and CNN is reporting that Trump is “preparing a new travel ban”.

When Trump issued the original travel ban protesters almost shut down airports.

What will they do when Trump hires 15,000 new agents to crack down on illegal immigrants?

Thoughts? Comment below.

by -
alt-left

Some liberals just can’t get past the fact that Donald Trump won, so they have created a fake universe where Hillary is president. Want to visit?

A fake news website has sprung up that pretends that Hillary is president and not Trump.

The site is a total fabrication, but publish articles that make the progressive left feel all warm inside.

Articles with headlines like, “Kellyanne Conway Dating Brock Turner” and “Mike Pence’s Latest Hobby: Gardening With Grindr Matches”. (Grindr is a dating website for those that don’t know.)

The articles take jabs at famous Republicans while create a safe space for liberals that are still in denial from Trump’s victory.

At the top of the home page it says, “President Hillary Rodham Clinton, News From The Real America, Where The Majority Rules.”

If you try to contact the site owners, there is a simple contact form, but no staff is identified.

Shortly after the election, Hillary spoke at the capital building about fake news.

Even though she called on government to end fake news, there is no report of Hillary trying to take down the HillaryBeatTrump website.

Thoughts? Comment below.

by -
Don Lemon

Don Lemon had four guests on a segment discussing the first 100 days in Donald Trump until one guest called the story fake news.

Don tried to defend his network, but instead couldn’t handle his story being called fake news and he abruptly end the segment and walks off. Even after he says he will let his guest explain his stance.

See the exchange below.

This isn’t the first time that Don Lemmon has been embarrassed on live TV. During a live broadcast from Ferguson, Don displayed his complete lack of understanding in the gun debate.

This is the same trustworthy reporter that got drunk on live television and got his ear pierced on New Year’s Eve.

See the video with Mark Dice’s hilarious commentary.

Don Lemon is clearly not handling people calling CNN fake news well, but he isn’t doing too well job either.

by -
John McCain

In the recent weeks, Republican Senator John McCain has taken such a stance against Donald Trump that it begs the question, is McCain a “Hero or Traitor”?

There is no question that John McCain’s time as a prisoner of war has made him a war hero, but his military service isn’t in question. McCain’s service to our country as an elected leader is in question.

In a trip to Germany on Friday, McCain said that the Trump administration is in “disarray” when he spoke to the Munich Security Conference.

In an interview with Meet The Press, McCain said Trump is wrong for going after the media. The Arizona Senator said, “That is how dictators get started.”

McCain has also sided with Democrats during the confirmation votes.

Why is John McCain so against Trump?

Rand Paul, the Kentucky Senator came to Trump’s defense on Sunday when discussing his thoughts on ABC’s This Week as he described McCain’s motivations.

“Everything that he says about the president is colored by his own personal dispute he’s got running with President Trump, and it should be taken with a grain of salt, because John McCain’s the guy who’s advocated for war everywhere.”

Paul went on to say that the disagreement comes over “foreign policy”, but says, “John McCain has been wrong on just about everything for almost four decades.”

Rand Paul could be right, McCain votes for war and boots on the ground every chance he gets, but could he be mad about something else too?

John McCain is a war hero, and some on the left are calling him they’re only chance.

McCain may be winning some new fans among Democrats, he is not winning over Trump supporters. Some believe he is now an “enemy of the state”.

John McCain support, like everything else in politics, is very divided right now and only time will tell if he is a political hero or traitor.

Do you agree with John McCain? Comment below.

by -

A mosque situated about an hour’s drive from the nation’s capital recently held a ceremony to honor a radical Islamist who murdered a beloved political figure in Pakistan for publicly chastising the Muslim country’s blasphemy laws and supporting a Christian woman. The facility, Gulzar E. Madina Mosque, sits in the Maryland suburb of Pikesville, roughly 50 miles from Washington D.C. and a dozen or so miles from Baltimore.

A Pakistani digital news publication covered the outrageous celebration and published a detailed account, including pictures and speeches delivered by radical clergy.

The event is officially known as an “Urs”, a Muslim celebration to commemorate the death anniversary of saints. In this case, the Maryland mosque was honoring an Islamist assassin named Mumtaz Qadri who shot the governor (Salman Taseer) of Punjab province in 2011 for speaking out against the nation’s abhorrent blasphemy laws. Qadri was the governor’s bodyguard and he shot him 28 times in Islamabad’s Kohsar Market in broad daylight, according to an international news report.

He was charged with terrorism and murder by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan and was hanged in 2016. The execution ignited violent protests throughout Pakistan, where Islamist groups hailed Qadri as a hero. That’s hardly surprising for an Islamic south Asian country with an official law that bans the use of derogatory remarks about the holy prophet Mohammad. Violators are punished with death or life imprisonment.

But nearly 12,000 miles across the Atlantic, in the land of the free and the civilized, it’s downright unacceptable that these atrocities are praised. Nevertheless, that’s exactly what occurred at the Gulzar E Madina Mosque in Maryland earlier this week. In a Sunday “Urs” commemoration attended by dozens of people, including children and teenagers, the radical Islamist assassin was honored. The event had been advertised in the largest Urdu newspaper in the U.S., the Urdu Times, and a large crowd turned out for the festivities.

Among them was a New Jersey-based Islamic scholar named Syed Saad Ali who referred to Qadri as surpassing all warriors and blasted the crowd for not helping him while he was in jail, kissing the noose in love for Prophet Mohammed. “Qadri did everything for us and for the love of Islam and we could not even stand by him,” the fiery scholar told the crowd. “People say Islam teaches peace…I say Islam teaches us ghairat (honor). Who will now stand up?” Ali also glorified another Islamist assassin named Tanveer Ahmad, who stabbed a fellow British-Pakistani man to death in Scotland for posting blasphemous statements on social media.

Also, delivering the pro terrorist rhetoric at the U.S. mosque was a Baltimore-based imam named Ijaz Hussain, who said Qadri was not a terrorist and whoever says “we are with you O prophet cannot be a terrorist.” He proceeded to denounce American Muslim groups, such as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), for failing to act against those who commit blasphemy and praised free speech in the U.S. for allowing the terror-praising powwow to take place.

An unidentified speaker, whose photo is included in the article, took the podium and said this: “Whoever disrespects the Holy Prophet Muhammad is worthy of death, and even if disrespects indirectly he is still worthy of death. Even if someone asks for forgiveness it is not acceptable.”

It’s disgraceful that this sort of support for terrorist acts is glamorized and praised in the United States. Undoubtedly, eight years of Obama administration policies protecting Muslim rights and downplaying the connection between Islam and radical terrorism caused a lot of damage. Obama launched a government-wide Muslim rights initiative that forced federal agencies to go out of their way to accommodate Muslims and avoid offending them by, among other things, caving into their demands involving law enforcement anti-terrorism training considered offensive.

Read a Judicial Watch report on that here. Last year a Homeland Security Advisory Council recommended eliminating divisive Islamic terms like “jihad” and “sharia” to avoid “us versus them” in government anti-terror programs.

by -
Poll

One month ago, Trump took the oath of office and became President of the United States.

Trump got right to work signing executive orders and the media got to work questioning everything Trump did. From the ban on immigration from countries that support terrorism to his cabinet picks, everything has been met with resistance.

With all the news outlets focusing on Trump so much it is hard to believe that it has only been a month.

Trump is triggering millions to protest while at the same time giving millions of people a sense of economic optimism that hasn’t been felt in a long time. His first term has been met with very different opinions. Some say Trump is doing a horrible job while some say Trump is doing a great job, but we want to know what you think.

How do you think Donald Trump performed in his first 30 days as president?

Comment below.

by -

On Thursday there were two large terror attacks and a terrorist was caught in London, but the corporate media focused on Trump’s press conference.

On Thursday a car filled with explosives blew up in Baghdad that killed at least 55 people.

ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack as tensions and terror strikes are climbing in the capital city.

On Thursday, The Guardian reported that ISIS claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb blast in Pakistan that killed at lease 70 people and injured 150 more at at crowded religious shrine.

The shrine dedicated to Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan was attacked on the busiest day of the week for the holy place according to the Guardian.

In London, man was arrested on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts.

The authorities have a man in custody, but the details are few at this point.

On a day when over a hundred people were killed by ISIS in different attacks, the corporate media is focused almost on whatever Trump says or does.

For example, here is a tweet from CNN on Thursday, one of many that focused on the president.

Guess how many tweets CNN sent out regarding the ISIS claimed terrorist attacks? None!

Maybe reporting on the terrorist attacks by ISIS would validate Trump’s assertion that ISIS is a real threat.

Thoughts? Comment below.

TRENDING STORIES

Everyday the corporate media tries to tie Trump to the Russians, but what is the truth now that Russia is starting to bang the...