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Governor and Attorney General Candidates Arrested With 48 POUNDS of Cannabis

This week, two political candidates for the Compassion party were arrested and charged with possession of 48 pounds of cannabis, after a raid of their home. 58-year-old Anne Armstrong and 48-year-old Alan Gordon admit to growing the cannabis, but they say that it is strictly for religious and medical purposes and that they give it away for free, they don’t sell any of it. The pair says that they were not aware of how much they were growing because they never use scales, they typically just turn the plant into oil and give it away as a part of their…

Media Silent as Senate Unanimously Votes to Declassify Docs on Saudi Arabia’s Role in 9/11

As dramatic scenes of Brett Kavanaugh protests and support dominated the airwaves, the United States Senate met to vote on S. Res. 610 – A resolution urging the release of information regarding the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks upon the United States. Remarkably, the passing of this resolution on 9/11 information has received zero mainstream media coverage. September 11 was the largest act of murder ever carried out on American soil which has been shrouded in conspiracy and secrecy since it happened 17 years ago. One would think that the declassification of tens of thousands of pages in regard to who…

US governmental requests for comment are routinely flooded by pro-corporate bots

Last year, the FCC was only able to ram through a repeal of Net Neutrality by refusing to reject the millions of comments sent by bots that used the stolen identities of regular internet users, dead people, and even sitting US Members of Congress. It turns out the FCC isn’t the only agency being flooded by bots during requests for comment — and it’s also not the only agency that doesn’t seem to give a shit about being astroturfed by bots using stolen identities to influence government policy in favor of corporate agencies. Back in 2014, the FCC was attacked…

FBI Met DNC Lawyer to Talk Russiagate Before Spying on Trump Campaign

Attorneys representing Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign and a senior FBI official met during the 2016 campaign season to discuss the Russiagate conspiracy, the latest evidence to that the criminal investigation later launched into Donald Trump’s campaign was primarily politically motivated. Former FBI General Counsel James Baker met with House investigators on Wednesday, and he shared that he had met during the campaign season with an attorney from Perkins Coie, which was on Clinton’s payroll in 2016, John Solomon, former editor-in-chief of the Washington Times, writes in The Hill. “This is a bombshell that unequivocally shows the real collusion was between the FBI and Donald Trump’s opposition — the DNC, Hillary and…

During the Kavanaugh hearings, House Republicans voted in a $3.1 trillion tax cut for the rich

Tax Reform 2.0 was rammed through the House at the literal exact same moment that everyone in America was watching Brett Kavanaugh caper and gibber for the US Senate. It’s a tax gift of $3.1 trillion over ten years, with the major beneficiaries being those with more than $3.9 million in annual income. The cuts will still have to pass the Senate. In House debate on the bill, Democrats continued to denounce the existing tax law and new proposal, and repeatedly pounded on their impact on the mounting $21 trillion deficit. The Republicans will seek to fill the hole by…