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Trump endorses bill allowing victims of illegal immigrant crimes to sue sanctuary cities

Trump endorses bill allowing victims of illegal immigrant crimes to sue sanctuary cities | 04 Feb 2020 | President Trump centered the immigration portion of his State of the Union speech on "sanctuary cities," calling for Congress to pass a Senate bill that would allow victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants to sue the local or state government if it is a sanctuary. "The United States of America should be a sanctuary for law-abiding Americans -- not criminal aliens," Trump said in his speech at the U.S. Capitol Tuesday evening. He called for the Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act, by Republican Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina, to be passed "immediately." The president highlighted the story of Jody Jones, whose brother Rocky Jones was killed in December 2018 by a man who had been deported twice but illegally reentered the country.

Sen. Mitt Romney will break from GOP, vote to convict Trump in impeachment trial

Sen. Mitt Romney will break from GOP, vote to convict Trump in impeachment trial | 05 Feb 2020 | Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Deep State-Utah, announced Wednesday he will vote to convict President Donald Trump in the impeachment trial. Romney announced his intentions to vote guilty on Article I, abuse of power, in an emotional speech from the Senate floor in which he invoked his faith and his duty to exercise impartial justice. He delivered the remarks in a deliberate, somber tone and at one point paused for an extended period of time, becoming emotional... Romney will vote to acquit Trump of Article II, obstruction of Congress, a press release from his office stated. The senator, who is serving his first term representing Utah, acknowledged that Trump's lawyers have said Congress should leave the issue of whether or not to remove the president from office up to American voters.

Trump touts achievements on eve of impeachment verdict

Trump touts achievements on eve of impeachment verdict | 04 Feb 2020 | President Trump offered a preview of his reelection campaign during a State of the Union address Tuesday delivered to a House that impeached him and a Senate that is poised to acquit him Wednesday. Trump did not explicitly mention impeachment during his remarks, a relief for Republican allies who encouraged him to focus on his agenda and policies. Instead, the president touted what he sees as his accomplishments in moving the economy forward, securing the U.S. border, and protecting the United States from Iran and other foreign enemies, issues that are expected to drive his campaign in the fall.

Remarks by President Trump in State of the Union Address

Pelosi rips up Trump speech at conclusion of State of the Union

Pelosi rips up Trump speech at conclusion of State of the Union | 04 Feb 2020 | Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Tuesday ripped up her copy of President Trump's prepared remarks at the conclusion of his State of the Union address. As Trump finished speaking and most lawmakers stood to applaud, Pelosi stood, took the printed copy of Trump's speech and tore it in half. She placed the shredded copy in a stack on the dais as Trump made his way to greet members of Congress... Pelosi largely seemed to avoid looking at Trump throughout the address, instead reading from his prepared remarks and scanning the room.

Video of fake chemical attack in Syria already complete, White Helmets co-produced footage - Moscow

Video of fake chemical attack in Syria already complete, White Helmets co-produced footage - Moscow | 04 Feb 2020 | The White Helmets have shot a new fake video of 'Assad's chemical attack' in Syria's Idlib, the Russian MoD has said. The movie, co-produced by the notorious White Helmets, is expected to be released shortly on social media. Production of the new film was concluded on Tuesday in the village of Zerba, located in the militant-controlled part of Syria's Idlib province, the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation has said, citing several independent sources. The video, shot by the notorious White Helmets group in cooperation with local terrorists, purports to show the aftermath of a "chemical attack" on civilians by Syria's government troops. The footage, according to the MoD, shows 'rescuers' wandering around in a thick plume of "mustard-colored gas" and attending to the 'victims' of the staged "attack."

H5N8: Saudi Arabia reports outbreak of highly pathogenic bird flu virus

H5N8: Saudi Arabia reports outbreak of highly pathogenic bird flu virus | 04 Feb 2020 | An outbreak of a particularly contagious bird flu virus has been reported in Saudi Arabia, the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) warns, as the world struggles to contain the spread of a deadly China coronavirus. The outbreak took place in the central Sudair region, located some 150 kilometers north of the nation’s capital of Riyadh...The H5N8 strain of the bird flu, which was detected in Saudi Arabia, was previously considered not particularly contagious for humans. Yet, it has been recently declared to have become increasingly more pathogenic.

Japan confirms 'about 10' coronavirus cases aboard quarantined cruise ship carrying 3,700 passengers and crew

Japan confirms 'about 10' coronavirus cases aboard quarantined cruise ship carrying 3,700 passengers and crew | 04 Feb 2020 | Japan has confirmed around 10 more cases of coronavirus among passengers on a cruise ship with 3,700 people aboard, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 33. The other passengers remain quarantined on the ship. After one passenger from Hong Kong previously tested positive for the illness, screenings for additional cases began on Tuesday and turned up at least 10 more patients among passengers on Carnival Japan Inc.'s Diamond Princess cruise ship, Japan's TV Asahi reported, citing health authorities. The patients are to be brought to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Sanders reportedly finished 1st, Biden 4th in unreleased Iowa poll

Sanders reportedly finished 1st, Biden 4th in unreleased Iowa poll | 03 Feb 2020 | Remember that final poll of Iowa Democrats from CNN and The Des Moines Register that wasn't released because of an interviewing error? Well, FiveThirtyEight reportedly confirmed the final results. It would've been good news for Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who led the pack with 22 percent and 18 percent, respectively. That falls in line with an earlier report that media outlets increased their coverage of Warren after glimpsing the numbers. It was a particularly rough poll for former Vice President Joe Biden, who fell all the way to fourth, despite hovering near the top of the leaderboard for months. Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg came in third.

Dems Release Only 62% of Iowa Caucus Results - Just Enough to Have 'Mayor Cheat' in the Lead

Dems Release Only 62% of Iowa Caucus Results - Just Enough to Have 'Mayor Cheat' in the Lead | 04 Feb 2020 | The Iowa Democratic Party decided on Tuesday to release only 62 percent of the Iowa caucus results, which was evidently just enough to make it look like Pete Buttigieg, aka "Mayor Cheat," [aka CIA/Deep-State dirt-bag] was in the lead. From NPR, "Buttigieg Leads After Iowa Democrats Release First 62% of Results": Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg leads with about 27% of State Delegate Equivalents, after the Iowa Democratic Party released most caucus results just now. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is second, with about 25% of delegate equivalents. Sanders has slightly more raw votes than Buttigieg, 28,220 to 27,030, but remember: The state delegate equivalent count is what's used to determine the winner... To recap: Buttigieg's team got the final poll which showed him in third and Bernie in first canceled, had the election results delayed massively thanks to a shady firm literally named "Shadow" that his team paid over $40,000 to and had other strong ties with his campaign, declared victory with zero percent of the vote in at 12:24 AM EST on Tuesday morning and now the Iowa Democratic Party released only 62% of the vote to make it seem like he won.

FBI Claims Previously Undisclosed Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Emails on Seth Rich Are Redacted to Protect Investigation They Claim Never Happened

FBI Claims Previously Undisclosed Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Emails on Seth Rich Are Redacted to Protect Investigation They Claim Never Happened | 30 Feb 2020 | After getting caught lying to the Courts and claiming there were no documents related to Seth Rich, emails between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were uncovered. Now the FBI claims these emails are redacted to protect the investigation they claim never happened. Christopher Wray's FBI gets caught again. As we reported last week, Attorney Ty Clevenger reported to the courts on Monday that despite numerous assurances from the FBI that they had no information related to Seth Rich, the FBI had been caught and therefore was lying to him all this time. In response, the DOJ immediately stepped in with a letter to the judge. 

Iowa caucus: Democratic official says results tabulation app 'wasn't working at all'

Iowa caucus: Democratic official says results tabulation app 'wasn't working at all' | 04 Feb 2020 | An official who was participating in Iowa's Democratic caucus on Monday said that the app set up to help tabulate the results simply wasn't working. The chairman of a caucus in Story County told the Wall Street Journal that the app "wasn't working at all" and people were forced to call results in, leading to the backlog. Results from the caucus were delayed for hours on Monday night because of "inconsistencies" found in the data, the state party said in a statement.

Impeachment closing arguments: Dems claim 'duty demands' a conviction, as Trump team decries 'rush to judgment'

Impeachment closing arguments: Dems claim 'duty demands' a conviction, as Trump team decries 'rush to judgment' | 03 Feb 2020 | The impeachment trial of President Trump drew closer toward its almost-inevitable conclusion with closing arguments Monday. Democratic House impeachment managers made a last-ditch push to convince the Senate that an acquittal would be a "death blow" to the ability to hold a president in check, while Trump's defense team accused the Democrats of engaging in a rushed, "purely partisan" endeavor. Each side has been permitted Monday to take up to two hours to make their final case, as proceedings stretch into another week amid expectations that a largely party-line acquittal awaits the president by Wednesday afternoon.

Russian military shoots down drone approaching Khmeimim Air Base from Med Sea

Russian military shoots down drone approaching Khmeimim Air Base from Med Sea | 03 Feb 2020 | An unidentified drone has been intercepted near Russian Khmeimim airbase in Syria. The UAV approached the compound from the Mediterranean Sea and was shot down by the base's anti-air defenses. The flying object came close to the military facility late on Monday, Russia’s Defence Ministry has said. The drone was shot down by a Pantsir-S anti-aircraft system before it reached the premises of the base and it did not inflict any materiel damage or casualties. The origin of the drone has not been established yet.

Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to 425, Total Cases Over 20,000

Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to 425, Total Cases Over 20,000 --Governments are limiting travel, isolating sick people and keeping travelers returning from the affected region under quarantine to watch for symptoms to prevent a possible pandemic | 03 Feb 2020 | The death toll in mainland China from the new type of virus has risen to 425, with the total number of cases now standing at 20,438, officials said Tuesday...Japanese officials were deciding whether to quarantine more than 3,000 people on a cruise ship that carried a passenger who tested positive for the virus. The latest figures are up from 361 deaths and 17,205 confirmed cases.

Police reveal Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman had been under surveillance for 40 minutes before attack but was dead within 60 seconds of the first stabbing - but they WON'T explain why he was able to get hold of knife

Police reveal Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman had been under surveillance for 40 minutes before attack but was dead within 60 seconds of the first stabbing - but they WON'T explain why he was able to get hold of knife --Sudesh Amman was followed by police after leaving his bail hostel at 1.20pm | 04 Feb 2020 | [Alleged] Streatham attacker Sudesh Amman was followed by armed police for 40 minutes before he launched his horrific knife rampage on Sunday - and was then shot dead 60 seconds later. A surveillance operation was tracking Amman, 20, following his early release from from jail on January 23. Amman had spent just over a year in prison after being arrested for 13 terror offences, including owning a bomb making manual. However, despite being followed by armed police, the terrorist was able to get his hands on a 10-inch knife with a white handle, which he stole from a shop, and attack two people on Streatham High Road before being shot dead by police. 

Islamic State Claims Responsibility for London Stabbing Attack

Islamic State Claims Responsibility for London Stabbing Attack --The attacker, who was shot and killed by police, had served prison time for terror offenses. | 03 Feb 2020 | The Islamic State terrorist group claimed responsibility Monday for a knife attack that left multiple people injured in London over the weekend. The group's Amaq news agency said the attacker, who was shot and killed by police, was "a fighter of Islamic State, and carried out the attack in response to calls to attack the citizens of coalition countries." The Metropolitan Police in London said the "suspect has not yet been formally identified, however, given the circumstance of the incident, we are confident that he was Sudesh Amman, aged 20."

Iowa precinct chair hung up on when calling state party while live on CNN

Iowa precinct chair hung up on when calling state party while live on CNN --"They hung up on me. They hung up on me," Sebastian adds after a beat of silence, chuckling. "I've got to get back in line." | 03 Feb 2020 | The caucus chairman of a precinct in Iowa's Story County was hung up on by someone at the Iowa Democratic Party as he attempted to report his precinct's caucus results to party officials in a moment captured live on CNN. During an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Story County precinct captain Shawn Sebastian revealed that he had been on hold with the Iowa state party for more than an hour before the call was answered.

Donald Trump wins the Republican Iowa caucus by 97.1% to 2.9% - with 100% backing for the president in some counties

Donald Trump wins the Republican Iowa caucus by 97.1% to 2.9% - with 100% backing for the president in some counties --His campaign sent high-profile supporters including his adult sons Don Jr. and Eric to Des Moines in a dry run for the autumn campaign | 04 Feb 2020 | Donald Trump was given his first election victory of 2020 on Monday as the Iowa Republican Party said he had won its caucus by a landslide. Trump got 96.5 per cent of the vote, with his two opponents, Bill Weld and Joe Walsh getting just 1.5 and 1.4%. The result was hardly a surprise, but the Trump team had sent his two adult sons and other senior figures to the state in a dry run for the presidential elections. Iowa was one of the states which had not suspended their mechanism for choosing a Republican candidate, so that it could keep its first in the nation status.

Iowa caucus vote totals delayed amid 'inconsistencies'; campaigns lash out at 'crazy' state party

Iowa caucus vote totals delayed amid 'inconsistencies'; campaigns lash out at 'crazy' state party | 04 Feb 2020 | The Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) still has not reported official vote totals in the critical Iowa caucuses as of early Tuesday morning, in a largely unexplained and unprecedented delay that has raised questions about the legitimacy of the contest -- and Democratic campaign officials are livid, Fox News has learned. The Trump campaign, meanwhile, openly suggested that the delay meant that the caucuses were being "rigged," and that the embarrassing night proved that the Democratic Party can't be trusted to run Americans' health care and implement sweeping new government programs. Even if a winner were ultimately announced, the chaos and confusion has seemingly erased any hope for the major momentum boost that would normally result. "We found inconsistencies in the reporting of three sets of results," the IDP said in a statement at 11:30 p.m. ET.

Japan panel recommends dumping nearly 1.2 million tonnes of radioactive Fukushima water into the Pacific Ocean

Japan panel recommends dumping nearly 1.2 million tonnes of radioactive Fukushima water into the Pacific Ocean | 31 Jan 2020 | A panel of experts advising Japan's government on a disposal method for radioactive water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant on Friday recommended releasing it into the ocean, a move likely to alarm neighboring countries. The panel under the industry ministry came to the conclusion after narrowing the choice to either releasing the radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean or letting it evaporate - and opted for the former. Based on past practice it is likely the government will accept the recommendation... Tokyo Electric, or Tepco, has collected nearly 1.2 million tonnes of radioactive water from the cooling pipes used to keep fuel cores from melting since the plant was crippled by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011.

Al-Qaeda-backed White Helmets are 'preparing chemical attack false-flag' in Syria's Idlib, Russian military tipped off

Al-Qaeda-backed White Helmets are 'preparing chemical attack false-flag' in Syria's Idlib, Russian military tipped off --'Chemical attacks' take place every time the Syrian army is advancing against the militants, who have tried time and again to attract Western military intervention on their behalf. | 04 Feb 2020 | Militants affiliated with al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] and 'White Helmets' are preparing to stage a chemical attack in Idlib province as Syrian army continues to advance, the Russian Reconciliation Center said citing a tip from local residents. Members of the self-styled civil defense group, which operates solely in territories controlled by anti-government militants, were noticed arriving at the town of Ma'arat al-Artik, about 11 kilometers (7 miles) northwest of Aleppo. According to the call that came in on the reconciliation center's hotline on Monday evening, they were preparing a "provocation with the use of poisonous agents." About 15 'White Helmets' were spotted in the town, alongside militants from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) -- an al-Qaeda affiliate previously known as Al-Nusra -- said two local residents, adding that two vehicles have delivered about 400 liters (100 gallons) of chemicals to the town.

Coronavirus outbreak: UCSF caring for 2 patients diagnosed in San Benito County, officials say

Coronavirus outbreak: UCSF caring for 2 patients diagnosed in San Benito County, officials say | 03 Feb 2020 | UCSF Health has announced that it is treating two patients with previously reported cases of coronavirus. The two patients from San Benito County showed worsening symptoms late Sunday night and were transferred to San Francisco Monday morning... UCSF officials say the patients are being cared for in isolation.

Another Chinese city is put on coronavirus lockdown: Officials close roads into Wenzhou and tell its nine million citizens to stay inside - as death toll in country hits 304

Another Chinese city is put on coronavirus lockdown: Officials close roads into Wenzhou and tell its nine million citizens to stay inside - as death toll in country hits 304 --Authorities virtually shut down eastern city of Wenzhou - 500 miles from Wuhan| 02 Feb 2020 | China has imposed a lockdown on a major city far from the epicentre of a coronavirus epidemic, as its death toll from the disease soared to 304 and the first fatality outside the country was reported in the Philippines. The events added to deepening concern about the potential for the virus to spread further and more rapidly, as governments around the world closed their borders to people from China. Authorities virtually shut down the eastern city of Wenzhou - some 500 miles from Wuhan and containing 9million people, closing roads and confining people to their homes.

John Kerry overheard discussing possible 2020 bid amid concern of 'Sanders taking down the Democratic Party'

John Kerry overheard discussing possible 2020 bid amid concern of 'Sanders taking down the Democratic Party' | 02 Feb 2020 | Former Secretary of State [Deep-State troll, co-parent of I-CIA-SIS] John Kerry -- one of Joe Biden's highest-profile endorsers -- was overheard Sunday on the phone at a Des Moines hotel explaining what he would have to do to enter the presidential race amid "the possibility of Bernie Sanders taking down the Democratic Party -- down whole." Sitting in the lobby restaurant of the Renaissance Savery hotel, Kerry was overheard by an NBC News analyst saying "maybe I'm f---ing deluding myself here" and explaining that in order to run, he'd have to step down from the board of Bank of America [LOL!] and give up his ability to make paid speeches. Kerry said donors like venture capitalist Doug Hickey would have to "raise a couple of million," adding that such donors "now have the reality of Bernie." Asked about the call later on Sunday, Kerry said that he was "absolutely not" contemplating joining the Democratic primary race.

Sanders leads in Iowa ahead of caucus - poll

Sanders leads in Iowa ahead of caucus - poll | 02 Feb 2020 |Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) remains the top choice for Iowa Democrats a day before voters head to caucuses across the state, according to a new poll. An Emerson College poll released Sunday night found Sanders leading the field with the support of 28 percent of respondents, while former Vice President Joe Biden (D) remained in second place with 21 percent, unchanged from the same poll a week ago. Sanders saw his support dip slightly from 30 percent in last week's poll. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has gained 3 percent since the previous survey. She remains in fourth place in Saturday's poll after previously falling behind Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) last week.

Two suspects in custody after Mar-a-Lago security breach

Two suspects in custody after Mar-a-Lago security breach | 01 Feb 2020 | Two women were arrested in South Florida on Friday after breaching security checkpoints around President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, police said. The U.S. Secret Service said Florida Highway Patrol tried to make a traffic stop on Palm Beach Island but instead of pulling over, the driver of a black SUV sped off toward Trump's property and breached two security checkpoints near the Mar-a-Lago Club. The suspect was identified as Hannah Roemhild and had a Connecticut driver's license on her when she was arrested, according to Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw. After Roemhild, 30, fled the Florida Highway Patrol trooper, she picked up another female passenger and plowed through the two checkpoints. Secret Service agents and local law enforcement opened fire on the car, but neither the suspects nor any of the officers and agents involved in the incident were injured or killed.

CPAC declares Mitt Romney 'NOT invited' after Senate impeachment witness vote

CPAC declares Mitt Romney 'NOT invited' after Senate impeachment witness vote | 01 Feb 2020 | The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) made clear on Friday that Sen. [Deep State dirt-bag] Mitt Romney, R-Utah...would not be welcome at the conference in February -- an apparent response to the senator's refusal to follow his party in the ongoing Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. "The 'extreme conservative' and Junior Senator from the great state of Utah, @SenatorRomney is formally NOT invited to #CPAC2020," tweeted Matt Schlapp, who leads the organization behind CPAC. Schlapp later told Fox News that each year, CPAC "formally disinvite[s] someone who has been particularly egregious." "Mitt Romney deserved this [because] his Senate tenure is a waste and his vote was the latest outrage," he added.

Coronavirus: Philippines reports first death outside China as Duterte orders travel ban on visitors from mainland, Hong Kong

Coronavirus: Philippines reports first death outside China as Duterte orders travel ban on visitors from mainland, Hong Kong | 02 Feb 2020 | The Philippines has reported the first coronavirus death outside China, hours after a senator said the country would issue a sweeping travel ban that included Hong Kong. The victim was a 44-year-old male Chinese national, who died on February 1. He was the companion of a 38-year-old Chinese woman, who arrived in the Philippines from Wuhan on January 21 after travelling through Hong Kong. Over the course of the patient's admission, he developed severe pneumonia, the Philippines' Department of Health said. "This is the first reported death outside China," Rabindra Abeyasinghe, the World Health Organisation (WHO) representative to the Philippines, said.

Coronavirus: New York City Eyes First Suspected Case, Officials Say

Coronavirus: New York City Eyes First Suspected Case, Officials Say | 02 Feb 2020 | New York City health officials announced on Saturday that a patient at Bellevue Hospital Center might have the new coronavirus and that samples were being sent to the federal authorities for laboratory testing. If confirmed, it would be the first known instance of the virus in New York City. Based on the patient's symptoms and travel history from China, city officials were taking the potential case seriously. This was the first time city officials had sent a sample to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for testing. Another reason the health authorities suspect it might be the new coronavirus: They had tested the patient for influenza and other common illnesses, and those tests came back negative, health officials said.

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