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Deal of Death: U.S. willing to offer Maduro guarantees he’ll be left alone if he leaves Venezuela

With no resolution in sight for Venezuela’s leadership six months after the leader of the national assembly declared himself president, the Trump administration appears willing to offer guarantees to Nicolas Maduro that the U.S. will leave him alone if he leaves Venezuela. A senior Trump administration official suggested that the U.S. would consider not indicting Maduro if he leaves power. “I think Maduro perhaps is looking for an exit, but he doesn’t know what it looks like, he does not know if there are guarantees to that. I believe he still thinks that if he goes to, let’s say, the…

Venezuela blames ‘electromagnetic attack’ for blackout…

Venezuela’s opposition on Tuesday sought to harness anger over a massive blackout that deepened hardship nationwide, but turnout at a Caracas demonstration was relatively modest as many Venezuelans despair of an imminent solution to their plight. Lights came back on in parts of the capital and other areas of Venezuela overnight following a nearly nine-hour outage that the government blamed on an “electromagnetic attack” against the power grid, without providing any evidence. Government opponents say years of mismanagement and corruption were to blame. Electricity supply remained unstable in many regions. The blackout knocked out communications and the Caracas metro on…

Maduro Describes New Power Outage in Venezuela as Criminal Attack

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro described the new power outage in the country as a criminal attack. “Amid the new criminal attack against stability and peace of our homeland, the government and the Armed Forces are in possession of our citizens. We will once again show our enduring will,” Maduro wrote on his Twitter page. On Monday, a source in the Venezuelan government said that the blackout hit all parts of the country. The information was later confirmed by Venezuelan Minister of Popular Power for Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez, who said that the power outage could be caused by an…

Jacksons Convenient Stores Use Cop-Run Facial Recognition Cameras To Identify Customers

Two years ago, I wrote about the dangers of a cop-run company that profits from installing facial recognition cameras in retail stores. But few people took notice. Blue Line Technology’s (BLT) “about” page makes no effort to hide the fact that a bunch of former police and military professionals want to put facial recognition in retail stores across the country. “Blue Line Technology was launched by retired law enforcement and military professionals to be an industry leader in both threat detection and access control.” A recent article in the Seattle Timesrevealed that BLT is one step closer to realizing their goal because the…

Does Facial Recognition Technology Make You Grimace? New Website Offers Map of Where It’s Being Used by Law Enforcement and How to Get It Banned.

Think law enforcement using facial recognition technology to catch criminals isn’t a big deal?  You may want to review new website  – Ban Facial Recognition – and reevaluate your position.  According to it: Facial recognition surveillance programs identify the wrong person up to 98% of the time. These errors have real-world impacts, including harassment, wrongful imprisonment, and deportation. Facial recognition software programmatically misidentifies people of color, women, and children —supercharging discrimination and putting vulnerable people at greater risk of systemic abuse. Once our biometric information is collected and stored in government databases, it’s an easy target for identity thieves or…

NSA Whistleblower Speaks About Julian Assange & The “Shadow Government”

Even to this day, if you tell most people there is an ‘invisible government,’ or a shadow government that’s international in scope, they may call you a conspiracy theorist or give you a funny look. This is in large part due to the lack of education, particularly self education, of a population who is trained to go to school, get a job and ‘enjoy’ life. Sure, that’s all fine and dandy, but to deny and condemn a thought or an idea without any investigation is definitely the height of ignorance. Not only is it the height of ignorance, it also…

USA Today: Dozens of Floridians are being arrested for picking saw palmetto berries, known for their healing properties

If you live in Florida and want to pick some saw palmetto berries to sell at the farmer’s market, listen up. You now must have a permit to pick them. It is now a misdemeanor to harvest the berries without a permit, even on your own land, if you plan to sell or transport or them. The decision came last August after the state Endangered Plant Advisory Council added the plant to the Department of Agriculture’s commercially exploited plant list, which, defined by state law are: ..species native to the state which are subject to being removed in significant numbers…

Trump Threatens Guatemala With ‘Ban’, Tariffs, Fees for Breaking Deal on Immigration

The US has seen caravans of migrants from Central American countries arriving through Mexico since last year. In February, US President Donald Trump called the situation a crisis and declared a national emergency in order to seek funding for construction of a border wall. US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose sanctions on Guatemala after the country decided not to proceed with a safe third country agreement that would have required Guatemala to accept more asylum seekers, Reuters has reported. Last month the US Department of Homeland Security said it would deploy up to 89 agents to Guatemala by…

It’s Over: The Democrats And The Republicans Are Both Conspiring To Bankrupt America And Destroy Our Future

Both major political parties are working together to destroy America’s financial future, and most Americans don’t seem to care. Once upon a time, the Republicans were considered to be “the party of fiscal responsibility”, but now they are just as bad as the “free spending” Democrats. As you will see below, a “compromise” budget deal was just reached which will dramatically increase federal spending and will suspend the federal debt limit until after the next election. In other words, both sides are conspiring to make our debt problem much, much worse over the next year and a half, and this…

Elizabeth Warren Warns Of ECONOMIC CRASH, Her Policies Will Make It Worse!

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren says that some warning signs are flashing that we will have an upcoming economic crash. While the crash is imminent and the signs are obvious, Warren’s own policies will demolish the middle class and impoverish everyone in the United States. Warren has literally just given anyone with a few brain cells a reason to never vote for her and reject her socialist policies. “Warning lights are flashing. Whether it’s this year or next year, the odds of another economic downturn are high — and growing,” Warren said according to CNBC. And what, pray tell, does…

Gay Democrat who claimed to have removed 77 bullets from bodies of Pulse Nightclub shooting now admits it never happened… she made it all up: What else are Dems faking?

A lesbian leftist who previously told the media that she was a doctor who helped remove bullets from the alleged victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, has since come forward to confess that she made the whole thing up for attention. Elizabeth McCarthy, an LGBTQP Democrat and former candidate for the Florida House of Representatives, is now being charged by the Florida Department of Health for pretending to be a cardiologist, which is a felony in the third degree that carries with it a penalty of $1,000, plus costs, for a first-time offense. According to reports, McCarthy…

Cops Mistakenly Raid Innocent Family’s Home 3 TIMES in Just 4 Months

Chicago, IL — Because of their gross negligence and incompetence, the city of Chicago is facing a slew of lawsuits for raiding the homes of innocent people — allegedly by mistake. TFTP has reported on several of these lawsuits in which cops raided a four-year-old’s birthday party and held other children at gunpoint. Now, however, we have learned that one of these families has been raided — mistakenly — three times in just the last four months. “There was no time to breathe in between,” said Krystal Archie, 38, whose home in the 6800 block of South Dorchester Ave has…

Boris Johnson chosen as next British prime minister

In a long-anticipated move, Boris Johnson has been selected as the new leader of the British Conservative Party and thus, the new prime minister of the UK. He will officially succeed outgoing PM Theresa May on Wednesday. Johnson won with 66.4 percent of the vote (92,153) to Hunt’s 33.6 percent (46,656). 139,318 votes were cast by Tory members with a turnout of 87.4 percent.  Conservative grassroots members had been voting by post for the past two and a half weeks. Johnson saw off his challenger Jeremy Hunt and was revealed as the new PM at midday local time in London. …

Amazon Plows Into Real Estate Market With Realogy Pact To Transform Homebuying Process

Unhappy with its market share in the US real estate market, the largest online retailer in the world and global commercial monopolist, Amazon, announced a deal on Tuesday morning with the largest US residential real estate brokerage company, Realogy, in a strategy designed to boost sales for both. As CNBC reports, Realogy – whose stock soared 25% on the news – and Amazon will now offer TurnKey, a horizontally and vertically integrated program meant to streamline and optimize the home- and furniture-buying process, by taking potential homebuyers through the Amazon portal and connects them to a Realogy agent. Once they…

Elon Musk Is Making Implants to Link the Brain With a Smartphone

Elon Musk announced this week that he wants to insert Bluetooth-enabled implants into your brain. He claims the devices could repair motor function in people with injuries and enable telepathy. The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla said his Neuralink device will involve a tiny chip connected to 1,000 wires that measure one-tenth of a human hair. Musk said the chip features a USB-C port (which is the same adapter used by Apple’s Macbook) and uses Bluetooth to connect to a small computer worn over the ear and then to a smartphone. Commenting on the small size of the device, he…

Was Organ Harvesting On China’s Mind When They Stole The Medical Records Of Nearly 80 Million Americans?

Just days ago, the Daily Mail published this story reporting PayPal founder and President Trump supporter Peter Thiel has requested that the FBI and CIA launch an investigation into google, claiming it had been infiltrated by Chinese intelligence while slamming google’s decision to work with the Chinese military while canceling a US Defense Department contract as ‘treason‘.  Just the latest story helping to confirm that the nation of China and the US-based company ‘google‘ are joined at the hip, this July 11th story at the Intercept confirmed  an American organization called The Open Power Foundation which was founded by tech giants…

US Police Have Killed Over 1,200% More Citizens Than Mass Shooters Since 2015

Tragically, in America, mass shootings — in which murdering psychopaths go on rampages in public spaces — have claimed the lives of 339 people since 2015. While this number is certainly shocking and far too high, during this same time frame, police in America have claimed the lives of 4,355 citizens. While some of these citizens were armed and dangerous, others were innocent, unarmed, and include small children. Daniel Shaver was one of these people whose life was brought to a screeching halt as he begged on his knees for police not to shoot him. Despite being innocent and unarmed,…

Facebook and Google track what porn you’re watching, even when you’re in incognito

Facebook, Google, and Oracle are tracking the porn you watch, according to a new study first spotted by The New York Times. Researchers from Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Pennsylvania analyzed 22,484 pornography sites using a tool called webXray to identify tracking tools feeding data back to third parties. “Our results indicate tracking is endemic on pornography websites: 93% of pages leak user data to a third-party,” the study concludes. Of the sites scanned in March 2018, the study found Google or its subsidiaries had trackers on 74%, Oracle on 24%, and Facebook on 10%. That translates to…

DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific

Between 2006 and 2012, opioid drug makers and distributors flooded the country with 76 billion pills of oxycodone and hydrocodone—highly addictive opioid pain medications that sparked the epidemic of abuse and overdoses that killed nearly 100,000 people in that time period. As the epidemic surged over the seven-year period, so did the supply. The companies increased distribution from 8.4 billion in 2006 to 12.6 billion in 2012, a jump of roughly 50%. In all, the deluge of pills was enough to supply every adult and child in the country with around 36 opioid pills per year. Just a 10-day supply…

Report: Israeli surveillance tool can silently collect all iCloud data for a targeted user

Apple is facing a new security threat, thanks to developments in the spyware/surveillance tool sold by the Israeli firm NSO Group. Via the Financial Times, the Pegasus phone software now not only harvests data from the user’s onboard storage, but also all communications with the connected cloud. The vulnerability purportedly affects the iPhone and Apple’s iCloud as well as Google Android phones, and even third-party apps installed on the phone that communicate over “encrypted and secure” connections. The spyware is sold by NSO Group is supposedly only sold to governments to assist with crime investigations, but there are fears that…

“It’s Going to Be Staggering, the Amount of Names”: As the Jeffrey Epstein Case Grows More Grotesque, Manhattan and DC Brace for Impact

The Jeffrey Epstein case is an asteroid poised to strike the elite world in which he moved. No one can yet say precisely how large it is. But as the number of women who’ve accused the financier (at least, that’s what he claimed to be) of sexual assault grows to grotesque levels—there are said to be more than 50 women who are potential victims—a wave of panic is rippling through Manhattan, DC, and Palm Beach, as Epstein’s former friends and associates rush to distance themselves, while gossiping about who might be ensnared. Donald Trump’s labor secretary, Alexander Acosta, architect of…

DARPA To Put Nuclear, Biological And Chemical Detectors In Public Venues

Can you imagine living in a country that puts surveillance devices in every city and public venue? What would be the first country that comes to mind? China or the United Kingdom, right? What if I told you that the United States has joined their ranks? Recent news stories reveal that the United States is installing multiple types of surveillance devices in cities and public venues. A recent news release by the Defense Department’s, Defense Advanced Research Projects Association (DARPA) and Homeland Security reveal that they are installing nuclear, biological and chemical sensors everywhere. The program called,“PReemptive Expression of Protective…

‘4 horsewomen’ of Dem ‘squad’ poll low amid Trump tweetfest, but their party is doing even worse

The four Democratic congresswomen feuding with US President Donald Trump are not polling well nationwide, suggesting the president is right that “a lot of people love” his criticism of the women as anti-American “whack jobs.” Only Ayana Pressley (D-Massachusetts) had a positive public perception in an Economist/YouGov poll conducted in the two days following Trump’s Twitter attacks, with a net favorability rating of +4. Fully three-fifths of the 1,500 people YouGov polled online weren’t sure how they felt about her, however. Rashida Tlaib (D-Michigan) fared significantly worse with a net favorability rating of -7, though she was marginally more popular than…

“I don’t know how I can maintain this face of joy and warmth when I have to go home and forage for food in other people’s garbage”

Despite all the bragging that the mainstream media is constantly doing about the U.S. economy, the truth is that most Americans are deeply struggling right now.  59 percent of us are living paycheck to paycheck, and nearly 50 million Americans are living in poverty.  Sadly, most of those that are living in poverty actually come from a home where at least one person is currently employed.  Millions upon millions of Americans are working as hard as they can, but it simply is not enough to pull them above the poverty line, and it is a very serious national crisis.  Even…

Venezuela Sells $40 million in Gold Reserves Despite US Efforts to Prevent It

Washington has imposed hefty sanctions on the Venezuelan economy, thereby further exacerbating the ongoing economic crisis in the country in a bid to force democratically elected President Nicolas Maduro to resign. Venezuela managed to sell around $40 million worth of gold on 12 July, Bloomberg reported, despite US efforts to stop the sale of the precious metal by Nicolas Maduro’s government; the metal has served as a financial lifeline for the beleaguered nation, which is under intensive pressure from sanctions imposed by Washington. According to the media outlet, the Venezuelan Central Bank still has $8.1 billion in gold reserves, approaching…

U.S. Manufacturing Is Officially In Recession

The manufacturing industry in the United States has officially sunk into a recession. The once-booming industry is struggling to stay alive amid the trade war as production slumped in the second quarter. Data from the Federal Reserve shows that production in June fell flat. In fact, the numbers were below the expectations of a meager 0.1% gain predicted by Wall Street economists. The U.S. factory sector declined in the three months ended in June, the second straight quarterly decline, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday. For the second quarter, production was down 1.2% after a 1.9% decline in the first three months…

England: Knife Crime Hits New Record High

Knife crime has hit a new record high in England and Wales, rising 8% on the previous year new figures show. “The figures for police-recorded crime revealed there were 43,516 police-recorded offences involving a knife or sharp instrument, which is the highest since comparable records began in 2011,” reports Sky News. As I have relentlessly argued, the causes of this epidemic are easily identifiable. – The scaling back of “stop and search” because it’s “racist”. – The ongoing emasculation of UK police forces who are being trained that mean words and ‘hate crime’ is more important than people dying. –…

City Announces Cops to Begin Arresting People for Being Homeless in the Wrong Part of Town

The war on homelessness has reached unprecedented heights this week as officials in California announced that they will begin arresting people in certain ares for the sole factor of being homeless. The announcement comes after a series of lawsuits were settled to get a handle on Orange County’s homeless problem. For the mere act of being homeless in the wrong part of town, cops can now arrest people. Exactly how they will know a person is homeless, remains unclear. According to a report from Fox 11: Orange County, Calif., reached a settlement Tuesday that will allow law enforcement to immediately…

Google Fined $11,000 For Non-Compliance With Russian Legislation

The measure comes in response to Google’s selective filtration of search results. Russian state telecom watchdog Roskomnadzor has earlier threatened to fine the tech giant, adding that all formal procedures will be enacted by the end of July. Google has been fined $11,000 over a breach of the Russian legislation by failing to exclude links to sites with illicit content from its search results, according to Roskomnadzor. The watchdog said that more than a third of the links from the unified registry of illicit content remains in the search results. “Monitoring activities have revealed that Google makes selective filtering of…

The CIA Wants To Make It Easier To Jail Journalists And No One In Congress Is Stopping It From Happening

The CIA is pushing for an expansion of a 37-year-old law that would deter journalists from covering national security issues or reporting on leaked documents. Thanks to a disillusioned CIA case officer’s actions in 1975, there are currently a few limits to what can or can’t be reported about covert operatives working overseas. In 1975, Philip Agee published a memoir about his years with the CIA. Attached to his memoir — which detailed his growing discontentment with the CIA’s clandestine support of overseas dictators — was a list of 250 CIA agents or informants. In response to this disclosure, Congress…

Foreign purchases of American homes plunge 36% as Chinese buyers flee the market

Challenging conditions in the U.S. housing market, along with tighter currency controls by the Chinese government, caused a stunning drop in foreign demand for American homes. The dollar volume of homes purchased by foreign buyers from April 2018 through March 2019 dropped 36% from the previous year, according to the National Association of Realtors. The decline was due to a drop in the number and average price of purchases. Foreigners bought 183,100 properties with a total value of about $77.9 billion, down from 266,800 valued at $121 billion in the previous period. They paid a median price of $280,600, which…

Jeffrey Epstein’s Case Raises Questions About Royal Family Pedophilia & Elite Ritualistic Abuse of Children

Child sex abuse among the global elite is extremely rampant. This no doubt makes those who aren’t really aware of it wonder: Why is this not more well-known? Well, the answer to that is simple, it’s the same reason why so many other ‘happenings’ on planet Earth go virtually unknown, and that’s because we have been relying on a small group of very powerful and wealthy people and the corporations they run for information about what is happening on our planet. We are constantly being spoon-fed lies by mainstream media. There are a number of examples to choose from, and…

A serial child molester and abuser, who abused over two dozen children received just 30 days in jail as a man who helped people with a plant rots in a cage.

If ever you feel that the state has your interests in mind when they provide their mandatory “protection” through this system of law enforcement, consider the following scenario which completely negates that idea. When a system lets a serial child sexual abuser go free while locking someone in a cage for selling a plant—that system does not have your interests in mind. A day care owner convicted of abusing over two dozen children — many of them sexually — will spend just 30 days in jail after taking a plea deal in her case. Kimberly Hignite was arrested last year…

Facial Recognition: Why Facebook’s ‘Alt Text’ Feature Can be Abused by Spooks & Hackers

Facebook’s “automatic alternative text” feature silently implemented by the IT giant on its social media platforms may be used to track users and could potentially be abused by hackers and intelligence agencies, say cyber security experts, suggesting that EU authorities may roast the tech giant for violating the bloc’s data protection rules. Massive outage and loading problems have unexpectedly revealed that Facebook’s AI is adding a text description to every photo posted on its social media platforms, including Instagram. According to Facebook, this feature, called an “automatic alternative (alt) text” uses “object recognition technology to create a description of a…

DOJ Refuses to Charge Cop Who Killed Eric Garner Over Untaxed Cigarettes

Civil rights advocates decried the U.S. Justice Department’s announcement on Tuesday that it would not prosecute a New York police officer in the death of Eric Garner as a “gross injustice,” the victim’s family demanded that the officer be fired. Daniel Pantaleo is accused of triggering a fatal asthma attack five years ago when he put Garner in a “chokehold,” a maneuver that’s been banned by the NYPD for more than two decades. The five-year anniversary of Garner’s death falls on Wednesday and marks the deadline by which charges would need to be filed against Pantaleo. Garner’s mother, Gwen Carr,…

A Bacterial Invasion? People All Over The East Coast Are Suddenly Being Attacked By Flesh-Eating Disease In 2019

Why are we suddenly seeing so many cases of flesh-eating disease all along the east coast of the United States?  For years, flesh-eating bacterial infections were so rare in the U.S. that even a single case would make national headlines.  But here in 2019 the news is telling us that we are seeing flesh-eating infections “at a rate much higher than in previous years”, and this outbreak really seems to have escalated dramatically over the last couple of months.  In fact, I found so many cases as I was doing research for this article that I had to simply stop…

Twitter CEO maxes out donations to Tulsi Gabbard…conspiracy machine kicks into overdrive

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has donated thousands of dollars to anti-war Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard – and Twitter users and mainstream media journalists are (rather ironically) up in arms about it. Dorsey gave the maximum donation of $5,600 to Gabbard’s campaign a day after her appearance during the first Democratic presidential campaign in June, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings, reported on by BuzzFeed. Of all the Democrat contenders for the 2020 nomination, the Hawaii congresswoman has been a favorite punching bag for US journalists, who have accused her of being “pro-Russia” due to her anti-intervention foreign policy…

Its all fake: Mark Zuckerberg actually got $1 billion richer following the news of Facebook’s $5 billion fine for the biggest scandal in the company’s history

Facebook is about to get slapped with a $5 billion fine by the Federal Trade Commission because of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, where data from over 50 million users was used without permission. In a surprising twist, Facebook’s stock value actually rose by 1% on Friday following the news of the FTC’s landmark fine — and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg owns a whopping 88.1% of Facebook’s shares. Per an April financial filing, Zuckerberg owns 410,497,115 shares of Facebook. At their price of $202.31 before the news broke around 3:45 p.m. ET, his shares would be worth $83 billion. At their…

WOW: Daily Stormer should be ordered to pay more than $14 million to a Montana real estate agent for an anti-Semitic “troll storm,” says federal magistrate judge…

The founder and editor of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer should be ordered to pay more than $14 million to a Montana real estate agent against whom he organized an anti-Semitic “troll storm,” a federal magistrate judge found on Monday. The judgment was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Missoula, Montana, against Andrew Anglin, who encouraged the online intimidation campaign against Tanya Gersh, a Jewish real estate agent in the Montana resort town of Whitefish, her husband and their 12-year-old son. In an opinion that must still be approved by U.S. District Judge Dana L. Christensen, the magistrate…

Man confesses to rape and murder of U.S. scientist….

A man has confessed to killing an American scientist on the Greek island of Crete, police said on Tuesday. The police said in a statement that a 27-year-old local man “motivated by sexual satisfaction” and frustrated with his own life ran Suzanne Eaton down with his car before raping her and then abandoning her body in a cave. “Forensic evidence showed suffocation as a cause of death. Further forensic examination presented that the body had many broken ribs face bones and multiple injuries at both hands,” Crete Police Major Eleni Papathanasiou told reporters on Tuesday. The suspect told police he…

Ex-Fox & Friends host, accused of a Ponzi scheme that turned Indianapolis real-estate investors into slumlords, moves to Portugal

Clayton Morris — a former host of Fox & Friends — was part owner of Oceanpointe, a company that sold turnkey landlord services in Indianapolis to investors who could send Oceanpointe money, which the company would invest in properties that they would repair and rent out. Investors in the scheme — mostly out of towners, many of them attracted by Morris’s Youtube videos promising great returns with no work on their part — say it was a Ponzi scheme and that Morris and his partner Bert Whalen did substandard repairs that left investors in the position of being slumlords who…

New Multi-year Gold Rally Has Emerged

The dollar price of gold has been on a roller-coaster ride for the past six years. But the past six weeks have been a turbocharged version of that. Investors should expect more of the same for reasons explained below. The six-year story is the more important for investors and also the more frustrating. Gold staged an historic bull market rally from 1999 to 2011, going from about $250 per ounce to $1,900 per ounce, a 650% gain. Then, gold nose-dived into a bear market from 2011 to 2015, falling to $1,050 per ounce in December 2015, a 45% crash from…

California Mom Wins Second Big Settlement Against CPS for Seizing, Vaccinating Boy Without Consent

Rachel Bruno, the mother in the middle of a civil rights battle in Orange County, CA, has won another significant settlement against Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) and CPS after they seized her twenty-month-old son and injected him with a dozen vaccinations at the same time and performed unauthorized medical tests on him. The LA County Sheriff’s Department just gave Bruno a half-million-dollar settlement for their role in violating her Fourth Amendment rights of due process by carrying out an unwarranted seizure of her twenty-month-old son David. The award covers damage to Bruno’s civil rights, which were violated by…

Trump: ‘If You’re Not Happy Here, Then You Can Leave’

President Donald Trump used a Made in America showcase event on Monday to again call on a number of freshman female congresswomen to leave the United States if they’re not happy here, and come back if they want. In explaining the tweets he wrote Sunday, where he called on the unnamed congresswomen to “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested place from which they came,” Trump pointed out, “I didn’t mention names.” “If you’re not happy here, then you can leave. As far as I’m concerned, if you hate our country, if you’re not happy here,…

U.S. judge slashes Roundup jury award to $25.3 million; Bayer still plans to appeal

A federal judge on Monday slashed a damages award Bayer AG (BAYGn.DE) owed a California man who blamed Roundup weed killer for his cancer, to $25.27 million from $80.27 million, while rejecting the company’s bid for a new trial. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco said evidence against the former Monsanto Co, which Bayer bought last year, supported the $5.27 million in compensatory damages that a jury awarded Edwin Hardeman. He also said the jury acted reasonably in awarding punitive damages. Chhabria nonetheless reduced punitive damages to $20 million from $75 million, saying that while Monsanto “deserves to…

Huge Child Porn Sharing Discovered On Pentagon PCs – Hundreds of Employees Implicated

(Editor’s Note: A retired Army two-star general is connected to this investigation. He repeatedly raped his own daughter. A link to the Army Times article is at the bottom of the page.) A bill to stop the sharing of child pornography on Pentagon computers is being contemplated by Congress. This is an issue that’s been known about for a decade or longer. Who is doing it? Where are the children coming from? Who is filming and how has this been allowed to continue? Child pornography as well as the trafficking of women and children are some of the biggest issues…

Sadie Roberts-Joseph, founder of an African American history museum, is found dead in the trunk of a car

Sadie Roberts-Joseph, 75, a beloved Baton Rouge icon, an avid activist and founder of an African American history museum was discovered dead in the trunk of a car. The body was located on Friday, but it wasn’t immediately clear what led police officers to the car, and according to police, her cause of death is still not known. The car was just three miles from her home. Roberts-Joseph founded the Odell S. Williams Now and Then African American Museum in 2001, where she had been hosting the city’s Juneteenth celebration for years. She was an esteemed advocate in the Baton…

GameStop is committing investor fraud?

CAMELOT331 (or Cody) is a YouTuber who gained some traction back in December when he released this video citing his 11-year employment for GameStop, criticizing how high-ranking employees treated those under them. Most of his channel’s content is related to his time at GameStop. Recently, Cody uploaded a video titled “SHOCKING Gamestop Bombshell | Lying to Investors” (link above) in which he claims that an employee who works in GameStop’s ROC (Refurbishment Operation Center) has provided him with hard evidence including photos and documents of sales figures that prove GameStop is committing investor fraud. Cody goes on to explain that…

Jeffrey Epstein was supposed to be a hedge fund manager. But no large financial firm remembers doing business with him. “Not one institutional trading desk, primary or secondary, had ever traded with Epstein’s firm.”

Long before Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to prostitution charges in Florida more than a decade ago, his fellow Palm Beach resident and hedge-fund manager Douglas Kass was intrigued by the local gossip about his neighbor. “I’m hearing about the parties, hearing about a guy who’s throwing money around,” says Kass, president of Seabreeze Partners Management. While stories about young girls swarming Epstein’s waterfront mansion and the sex parties he hosted for the rich and powerful were the talk of the town, Kass was more focused on how this obscure person, rumored to be managing billions of dollars, had become so…

Company tasked with cleaning up pollution was set up to fail by DuPont

The chemical giant DuPont deliberately saddled its “fraudulent” spinoff company Chemours with billions of dollars in debt and environmental liabilities in an attempt to shed its expensive toxic cleanups, such as one in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey officials allege in recently filed court papers.  The new claims by the state attorney general’s office were quietly added as  amendments to a lawsuit filed against DuPont and Chemours seeking financial damages for widespread pollution in Pompton Lakes This includes a neighborhood where residents have had to endure cancer-causing solvents that migrated for decadesbeneath their homes from a now-shuttered DuPont explosives factory. Like dozens of sites across…

Jeffrey Epstein willing to post $100 million bail — ‘piles of cash,’ ‘dozens of diamonds,’ suspicious passport found in his safe

Accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is willing to post bail as high as $100 million, his lawyer said Monday, as a prosecutor argued that the case against the wealthy investor is “already significantly stronger and getting stronger every single day.” Two accusers of Epstein also urged Judge Richard Berman at a detention hearing in Manhattan federal court to keep him locked up without bail, as prosecutors also are arguing. Berman said he will wait until Thursday morning to decide whether to grant Epstein bail. “Your honor, my name is Courtney Wild and I was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein…

Physicists Just Teleported Quantum Information Inside a Diamond

Researchers from the Yokohama National University have teleported quantum information securely within the confines of a diamond. The study has big implications for quantum information technology – the future of how sensitive information is shared and stored. The researchers published their results on June 28, 2019 in Communications Physics. “Quantum teleportation permits the transfer of quantum information into an otherwise inaccessible space,” said Hideo Kosaka, a professor of engineering at Yokohama National University and an author on the study. “It also permits the transfer of information into a quantum memory without revealing or destroying the stored quantum information.” The inaccessible…

How Google Legally Profits From Massive Fraud on Its Platform (and What You Can Do About It)

Google—the internet’s largest search destination—can legally profit from fraud on its platform and has little incentive to fix it. But this isn’t a problem easily solved by ethics or legal amendments because current circumstances make changing the status quo extremely difficult. Nevertheless, there’s still more that we all can do to mitigate fraud on the internet. Why Google Maps Has a Fraud Problem Google corners the search market with 63 percent of all queries on the web. You might’ve even expected that number to be higher given that Microsoft garners almost all of the rest and people have a genuine…

The FTC’s $5 billion fine for Facebook is so meaningless, it will likely leave Zuckerberg wondering what he can’t get away with

After the news on Friday that the Federal Trade Commission is close to finalizing a settlement with his company for a mere $5 billion, Zuckerberg has got to be feeling similarly untouchable. If, after all the privacy and security fiascos Facebook admitted to over the past two years — including, but not limited to, the Cambridge Analytica scandal — it gets off with such a small penalty, he’s got to think he probably could get away with murder. Of course, Zuckerberg’s felt he could act with impunity for years. When Harvard students uploaded photos and other personal information to his…

EU’s GPS satellites have been down for four days in mysterious outage

Galileo, the EU’s global navigation satellite system, has been down for four days, since July 11, following a mysterious outage. All Galileo satellites are still non-operational, at the time of writing. According to a service status page, 24 of the 26 Galileo satellites are listed as “not usable,” while the other two are listing a status of “testing,” which also means they’re not ready for real-world usage. The European GNSS Agency (GSA), the organization in charge of Galileo, has not published any information in regards to the root of the outage, which began four days ago, on Thursday, July 11.…

Epstein scandal explodes in Israel as ties to former prime minister under scrutiny

Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest is reverberating in Israel, where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his right-wing Likud party are calling for a criminal probe into former prime minister Ehud Barak’s personal and business ties with the accused sex trafficker, Israeli media is reporting. Barak, 77, served as prime minister from 1999 to 2001. This month he formed a new party to run for prime minister against Netanyahu, who called for new elections in September. Once political allies, Barak and Netanyahu have CONTINUE @ WHORE MEDIA

Man caught driving stolen car filled with radioactive uranium, rattlesnake, whiskey, Guthrie police say

Guthrie police had quite the surprise when they pulled over a car with an expired tag – the car turned out to be stolen, and police said they found a canister of radioactive uranium, a rattlesnake, and an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey. According to Guthrie police, an officer was patrolling the area of the 300 block of Viking Drive on June 25, when he noticed a car with an expired tag. The officer pulled over the car and spoke with the driver, later identified as 41-year-old Stephen Jennings. Police said Jennings’ driver’s license was suspended, and the car…

The average American worker takes less vacation time than a medieval peasant

Life for the medieval peasant was certainly no picnic. His life was shadowed by fear of famine, disease and bursts of warfare. His diet and personal hygiene left much to be desired. But despite his reputation as a miserable wretch, you might envy him one thing: his vacations. Plowing and harvesting were backbreaking toil, but the peasant enjoyed anywhere from eight weeks to half the year off. The Church, mindful of how to keep a population from rebelling, enforced frequent mandatory holidays. Weddings, wakes, and births might mean a week off quaffing ale to celebrate, and when wandering jugglers or…

Until the Tax Man Do Us Part

Are you planning a wedding for this year? Congratulations! Whether it’s going to be one with hundreds of guests in a grand setting or something much more intimate… like a ceremony on the beach with a few close family members and friends… you have a lot going on now. What to wear, whom to invite, what to serve, where to go on a honeymoon are surely on your checklist. Furthest from your mind is what getting married will mean for your income taxes. But between now and next April, it will pop up. So the sooner you know what to…