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A warning to Trump? Twitter reminds 'world leaders' aren't immune to deplatforming

A warning to Trump? Twitter reminds 'world leaders' aren't immune to deplatforming | 16 Oct 2019 | Twitter has put US President Donald Trump - and other world leaders - on notice with a clarification of its rules, letting one of the platform's most popular users know that it can cut off his ability to go viral at any time. Twitter clarified its rules concerning powerful political leaders in a blog post on Tuesday, never mentioning Trump by name but clearly keeping him in mind. While "direct interactions with fellow public figures, comments on political issues of the day, or foreign policy saber-rattling on economic or military issues are generally not in violation of the Twitter Rules" at the moment, they can get a belligerent world leader's tweets placed in a no-man's-land where they cannot be replied to, liked, or shared, Twitter warned.

Vaccines found laced with entire genetic code for abnormal human loaded with cancer genes

Vaccines found laced with entire genetic code for abnormal human loaded with cancer genes | 5 Oct 2019 | Video. Also, see documents: Vaccinegate: MRC-5 contained in Priorix Tetra - Complete genome sequencing | 27 Sept 2019 | Variant analysis in cancer genes - The analysis on SNP, InDels, CNV, SV variants on 560 genes chosen because they involved in different forms of human cancer shows the presence of numerous "original" variants, that's to say that they are, not even present in public databases, therefore are not known in the literature. In other words, important modifications of genes known to be associated with various tumor forms have been identified, for all the 560 verified genes; furthermore, there are variants whose consequences are not known, but which, however, affects genes involved in the induction of human cancer. Conclusion - The human genomic DNA contained in the Priorix lot vaccine. n. A71CB256A is evidently anomalous, presenting important inconsistencies if compared to a typical human genome, i.e., the one of a healthy human being. There are several unknown variants (not noted in public databases) and some of them are located in genes involved in cancer. What is also apparently anomalous, is the excess of genome that shows changes in the number of copies (CNV) and structural variants (SV), such as translocations, insertions, deletions, duplications and inversions, many of which involve genes...

Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Tlaib set to endorse Bernie Sanders - reports

Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Tlaib set to endorse Bernie Sanders - reports | 16 Oct 2019 | At least three members of the "Squad" of left-wing freshman members of Congress will reportedly endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders for president. Fox News has learned that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., will appear with Sanders on Saturday in Queens, N.Y., at a "Bernie's Back" rally designed to generate excitement for the senator's campaign following his recent heart procedure. Rep. Ihan Omar, D-Minn., will also endorse the candidate, Fox News confirmed. In addition, CNN reported that Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., will endorse Sanders as well.

MBNA Paid Biden's Son as Biden Backed Bill

Flashback: MBNA Paid Biden's Son as Biden Backed Bill | 25 Aug 2008 | A son of Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden was paid an undisclosed amount of money as a consultant by MBNA, the largest employer in Delaware, during the years the senator supported legislation that was promoted by the credit card industry and opposed by consumer groups. Barack Obama's presidential campaign said Biden helped forge a bipartisan compromise on the measure [aka sellout to the corporatists, a hallmark of the Obama administration], which is now law and makes it harder for consumers to obtain bankruptcy protection in the courts. MBNA's consulting payments to Hunter Biden, first reported by The New York Times, followed his departure in 2001 from the company, where he had been an executive.

Fake news fail: ABC claims footage from Kentucky gun range shows Turkish attack on Kurdish civilians

Fake news fail: ABC claims footage from Kentucky gun range shows Turkish attack on Kurdish civilians | 14 Oct 2019 | In a scarcely believable display of extreme incompetence or bald-faced lying, ABC News has broadcast footage from a Kentucky gun show, claiming it shows a Turkish assault on Kurdish civilians in northern Syria. The news organization made the humiliating fumble on its World News Tonight show on Sunday and then again on Good Morning America on Monday. It featured in a package that was heavily critical of US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria. "Slaughter in Syria," the on-screen graphic screamed as anchor Tom Llamas introduced the footage...here's just one problem, the video wasn't from northern Syria, it was filmed about 6,200 miles (10,000km) away during a gun show at the Knob Creek Gun Range near West Point, Kentucky.

Poll: Warren leads Biden in Iowa, New Hampshire

Poll: Warren leads Biden in Iowa, New Hampshire | 14 Oct 2019 | Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) leads former Vice President Joe Biden in Iowa and New Hampshire, but South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg has surged into contention in the Hawkeye State, according to a new poll. The latest Firehouse Strategies-Optimus survey finds Warren with a narrow lead in Iowa at 25 percent support, followed by Biden at 22 percent and Buttigieg at 17 percent. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who has been recovering from a heart attack, is in fourth place at 5 percent in Iowa.

Bags of radioactive debris from Fukushima disaster swept away in typhoon

Bags of radioactive debris from Fukushima disaster swept away in typhoon | 14 Oct 2019 | (Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture) Bulk bags filled with greenery collected during decontamination efforts after the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant were swept into a river during Typhoon No. 19 on Oct. 12. According to the Tamura city government, the bags were among 2,667 that have been stored temporarily at a site in the Miyakoji-machi district here. The facility was flooded after heavy rains brought by the typhoon, and the water carried an unknown number of the bags to a river about 100 meters away...The decontamination effort involved removing debris, such as soil, leaves and plants, containing radioactive substances released after the 2011 triple meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1 plant.

California Public Utilities Commission sanctions PG&E over power outages

California Public Utilities Commission sanctions PG&E over power outages | 14 Oct 21019 | California's utility regulator is issuing a series of sanctions against PG&E for what it calls failures in execution'' during the largest planned power shut-off in state history to avoid wildfires [aka directed-energy weapons-induced fires]. California Public Utilities Commission President Marybel Batjer says the utility must have a goal of restoring power within 12 hours instead of its current 48 hours, minimize the scale of outages and improve communication. PG&E last week took the unprecedented step of cutting power to more than 700,000 customers, affecting nearly 2 million Californians.

Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz kicked out of impeachment inquiry hearing

Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz kicked out of impeachment inquiry hearing | 14 Oct 2019 | Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., an ardent supporter of President Trump, got the boot on Monday when he tried to sit in on the testimony of a former top National Security Council expert on Russia who was appearing on Capitol Hill as part of the House impeachment inquiry into the president. Gaetz, who sits on the House Judiciary Committee, attempted to attend the testimony of Fiona Hill, a former deputy assistant to the president, but was told that because he was not a member of the House Intelligence Committee that he had to leave. The House Intelligence, Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees are conducting the impeachment inquiry into Trump.

Girl arrested, charged with felony for pointing 'finger gun' at classmates

Girl arrested, charged with felony for pointing 'finger gun' at classmates | 09 Oct 2019 | (KS) A 12-year-old Overland Park girl formed a gun with her fingers, pointed at four of her Westridge Middle School classmates one at a time, and then turned the pretend weapon toward herself. Police hauled her out of school in handcuffs, arrested her and charged the child with a felony for threatening. Shawnee Mission school officials said they could not discuss the case, citing privacy laws, but did say it wasn't the district that arrested the child.

Louisiana's Democratic governor forced into runoff

Louisiana's Democratic governor forced into runoff | 13 Oct 2019 | Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards's quest for a second term as the Deep South's only Democratic governor will stretch over another month, as voters denied him an outright primary win Saturday and sent him to a runoff election. The incumbent's inability to top 50% of the vote in the six-candidate field raised questions about his reelection chances against a national Republican offensive that includes President Donald Trump. Trump made a last-minute appeal to Louisiana's voters to reject Edwards. Edwards will compete in the Nov. 16 runoff against Eddie Rispone, a Baton Rouge businessman and longtime GOP political donor making his first bid for public office.

Trump releases $50 million to protect ethnic and religious minorities in Syria

Trump releases $50 million to protect ethnic and religious minorities in Syria | 12 Oct 2019 | President Trump on Saturday authorized the release of $50 million in emergency assistance to Syrian human rights groups and other organizations working to protect civilians in the war-torn country. A statement from the White House Saturday evening said the funds would "provide emergency financial assistance to Syrian human rights defenders, civil society organizations, and reconciliation efforts directly supporting ethnic and religious minority victims of the conflict."

Ken Cuccinelli floated as likely next DHS chief with McAleenan to step down

Ken Cuccinelli floated as likely next DHS chief with McAleenan to step down | 12 Oct 2019 | U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli is being seen as a likely replacement for outgoing Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan, sources tell Fox News -- a move that would be welcomed by immigration hardliners. President Trump on Friday announced that McAleenan would be leaving the job to spend more time with his family, and added that the new acting secretary would be announced next week. "Many wonderful candidates," he said.

California power outages hit hard for elderly, those with medical needs

California power outages hit hard for elderly, those with medical needs |12 Oct 2019 | Most of the nearly 2 million people in Northern California who lost electricity during planned blackouts this week had power restored by Friday, according to Pacific Gas & Electric, the state's largest utility. But in many communities, vulnerable residents were grappling with issues such as disrupted health-related routines and equipment or the loss of costly perishable foods in their homes. In many poor households, or the homes of people who have special health equipment, residents simply didn't receive good information on how to prepare for California's unprecedented plans to prevent the spread of potentially deadly wildfires directed-energy weapons-induced fires, reports say.

Biden Camp Warns Other Democrats to Avoid Ukraine, Family Attacks in Next Debate

Biden Camp Warns Other Democrats to Avoid Ukraine, Family Attacks in Next Debate | 11 Oct 2019 | Joe Biden has a warning for his Democratic rivals as they prepare for the fourth televised debate next week: Stay away from the issue of Ukraine and Hunter Biden. The 12 candidates participating in Tuesday's debate in Westerville, Ohio, are honing their answers to questions about the U.S. House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, which centers on the president's request to the leader of Ukraine to investigate unfounded allegations about Biden and his son's work there. But the front-runner's campaign suggests they shouldn’t stray into shots about the Biden family. An aide to Biden said that any candidate who "calls themselves a 'Democrat'" and repeats what the aide said were "discredited lies" about Biden and his son "would be making a profound statement about themselves."

Pentagon sending over 2,000 more troops to 'assure and enhance defense' of Saudi Arabia amid tensions with Iran

Pentagon sending over 2,000 more troops to 'assure and enhance defense' of Saudi Arabia amid tensions with Iran | 11 Oct 2019 | The US is beefing up military might in the Middle East, saying it will send more troops, fighter jets and missile defense systems to Saudi Arabia amid escalating tensions with Iran. US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has authorized the deployment of two fighter squadrons, one Air Expeditionary Wing (AEW), two batteries of Patriot missile defense systems and one Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system (THAAD), Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said Friday. This is in addition to the 200 or so troops, Patriots and radar systems whose deployment was announced two weeks ago, and amounts to 3,000 troops "extended or authorized within the last month," Hoffman clarified.

Oxygen-dependent California man dies 12 minutes after PG&E cuts power to his home

Another PG&E death in its quest to destroy California with directed energy weapons: Oxygen-dependent California man dies 12 minutes after PG&E cuts power to his home | 11 Oct 2019 | A Northern California man dependent on an oxygen supply died Wednesday, shortly after power cuts by [the terrorists running] Pacific Gas and Electric Co. affected his home, fire officials said Friday. Robert Mardis, 67, died roughly 12 minutes after PG&E cut power to his home and the surrounding area. An autopsy report concluded the man died of severe coronary artery atherosclerosis, according to the Sacramento Bee...Mardis's family told Fox 40 he couldn't reach his battery-powered tank in time.

Trump Rids Major U.S. Container Port of Chinese Control

Trump Rids Major U.S. Container Port of Chinese Control | 08 Oct 2019 | Under a long-term deal sealed by the Obama administration, a Chinese state-owned company, was set to control the second-busiest container port in the United States. In an unreported Trump administration victory, the Chinese are out after a drawn-out national security review forced a unit of China-based COSCO Shipping Holdings Co. (Orient Overseas Container Line--OOCL) to sell the cherished container terminal business, which handles among the largest freight of imports into the U.S. It all started with a 40-year container terminal lease between the Port of Long Beach in southern California and Hong Kong. The Obama administration proudly signed the agreement in 2012 giving China control of America's second-largest container port behind the nearby Port of Los Angeles...After a national security review and federal intervention, the Long Beach terminal business, which handles millions of containers annually, is finally being sold to an Australian company called Macquarie Infrastructure Partners.

Joe Biden demands Facebook and Twitter stop running Trump campaign ads; campaign targets NY Times for publishing opinion essay that accuses him of 'self-dealing' in Ukraine

Joe Biden demands Facebook and Twitter stop running Trump campaign ads; campaign targets NY Times for publishing opinion essay that accuses him of 'self-dealing' in Ukraine | 10 Oct 2019 | Joe Biden's campaign sent a letter to the New York Times blasting the newspaper's coverage of allegations against the former vice president and his son Hunter Biden in regards to the Ukraine. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield wrote to the paper's executive editor Dean Baquet to complain about an opinion piece written by conservative author Peter Schweizer, who argued a legal loophole in American law that allows foreign companies or governments to hiring the family members of American politicians should be closed...The push against the Times followed complaints the campaign sent to Facebook and Twitter, asking the social media companies to take down a Trump campaign ad that pushes a debunked theory about Biden and the Ukraine.

Trump bashes Biden at Minnesota rally, asks 'Where's Hunter?'

Trump bashes Biden at Minnesota rally, asks 'Where's Hunter?' | 10 Oct 2019 | President Trump went after former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden during his Thursday night rally, repeatedly asking where the younger Biden was. "Joe's son Hunter got thrown out of the Navy and then he became a genius on Wall Street in about two days," Trump said while targeting the Democratic presidential candidate's son. “Whatever happened to Hunter? Where the hell is he?” he added at the rally in Minneapolis, Minn. "Where's Hunter?"

'We went to war under false, now disproven premise:' Trump calls US wars in Middle East 'worst decision' ever

'We went to war under false, now disproven premise:' Trump calls US wars in Middle East 'worst decision' ever | 09 Oct 2019 | President Donald Trump has denounced America's decades of war in the Middle East -- Iraq in particular -- as one big mistake based on a ruse, saying openly once again that Saddam had no WMDS at the time of the invasion. Trump once again took to Twitter to revive the anti-war rhetoric of his 2016 election campaign, in another attempt to defend his recent decision to withdraw troops from northeastern Syria. While yet again reminding his followers that Washington has wasted $8 trillion on wars in the Middle East, this time Trump's laments went beyond the foolishly spent "trillions" of dollars. "We went to war under a false & now disproven premise, weapons of mass destruction. There were none!" Trump tweeted. [Exactly!]

Trey Gowdy joins Trump's legal team

Trey Gowdy joins Trump's legal team | 09 Oct 2019 | Former Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) has officially joined President Trump's outside legal defense team as the president gears up for an impeachment battle with the House. Trump's personal attorney, Jay Sekulow, confirmed in a statement Wednesday night that Gowdy would serve as counsel to the president. "I have known Trey for years and worked with him when he served in Congress. His legal skills and his advocacy will serve the President well," Sekulow said. "Trey’s command of the law is well known and his service on Capitol Hill will be a great asset as a member of our team.”

Burisma Holdings Paid Joe Biden $900,000 for Lobbying Activities - Ukrainian MP

Burisma Holdings Paid Joe Biden $900,000 for Lobbying Activities - Ukrainian MP | 09 Oct 2019 | Former Vice President Joe Biden was personally paid $900,000 for lobbying activities from Burisma Holdings, according to Ukrainian MP Andriy Derkach. Derkach publicized the documents at a press conference at the Interfax-Ukraine agency Wednesday as he said the records, "describe the mechanism of getting money by Biden Sr." "This was the transfer of Burisma Group's funds for lobbying activities, as investigators believe, personally to Joe Biden through a lobbying company. Funds in the amount of $900,000 were transferred to the U.S.-based company Rosemont Seneca Partners, which according to open sources, in particular, the New York Times, is affiliated with Biden. The payment reference was payment for consultative services," Derkach said.

Joe Biden calls for Trump to be impeached

Joe Biden calls for Trump to be impeached | 09 Oct 2019 | Former Vice President Joe Biden said for the first time Wednesday that President Trump should be impeached -- and that the commander-in-chief "has indicted himself" and believes the entire US government can be used for his own political and personal needs. Biden, whom Trump has accused of "corruption" and demeaned as "Sleepy Joe," then said that what Trump could do if left in office was concerning.

Gunman kills at least two people near synagogue in Germany

Gunman kills at least two people near synagogue in Germany | 09 Oct 2019 | A gunman has killed at least two people close to a synagogue in eastern Germany. Several shots were fired today in the German city of Halle, leaving two people dead as the suspected assailants fled, police said. The exact target of the attack was not clear, since it took place near a synagogue and a kebab shop, witnesses said. Police said in a tweet the suspects fled in a car and soon after reported that one person had been arrested.

'This Is a Last Resort:' Massive Bay Area Power Outage Underway

'This Is a Last Resort:' Massive Bay Area Power Outage Underway | 09 Oct 2019 | Wind gusts began picking up in the North Bay hills early Wednesday, triggering a massive shutdown of PG&E power lines, plunging neighborhoods into pre-dawn darkness. The lights went out along Bridgeway in picturesque Sausalito and in downtown Sonoma as the power outage got underway. The power outage began in the North Bay just after midnight.

White House 'will not co-operate with impeachment inquiry'

White House 'will not co-operate with impeachment inquiry' | 09 Oct 2019 | The White House has officially refused to co-operate with the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. A letter sent to Democratic leaders rejected it as "baseless" and "constitutionally invalid". Three Democratic-led House committees are investigating Mr Trump...White House counsel Pat Cipollone addressed the eight-page letter to the leading Democrat and House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, and the three chairmen of the Democratic committees. He accused the leaders of setting up an inquiry "that violates fundamental fairness and constitutionally mandated due process" - specifically by not holding a vote on launching the inquiry.

Whistleblower had 'professional' tie to 2020 Democratic candidate

Whistleblower had 'professional' tie to 2020 Democratic candidate | 08 Oct 2019 | In an Aug. 26 letter, the Intelligence Community's inspector general, Michael Atkinson, wrote that the anonymous 'whistleblower' who set off the Trump-Ukraine impeachment fight showed "some indicia of an arguable political bias...in favor of a rival political candidate." ...Now, however, there is word of more evidence of possible bias on the whistleblower's part. Under questioning from Republicans during last Friday's impeachment inquiry interview with Atkinson, the inspector general revealed that the whistleblower's possible bias was not that he was simply a registered Democrat. It was that he had a significant tie to one of the Democratic presidential candidates currently vying to challenge President Trump in next year's election. "The IG said [the whistleblower] worked or had some type of professional relationship with one of the Democratic candidates," said one person with knowledge of what was said.

New book claims Rod Rosenstein thought John Kelly and Jeff Sessions would back use of 25th Amendment against Trump

New book claims Rod Rosenstein thought John Kelly and Jeff Sessions would back use of 25th Amendment against Trump | 08 Oct 2019 | Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expected that former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions would back the use of the 25th Amendment against President Trump, but miscalculated and was eventually forced out, a new book claims. James B. Stewart, the author of "Deep State," appeared on MSNBC Monday to discuss the revelations, and said Rosenstein was fully serious about wearing a wire to entrap the president. He also felt he could count on cabinet members to forcibly remove Trump if that failed.

Child Rape Suspects Released in New York and New Jersey After Local Jails Refuse to Hold Men for ICE

Outrageous and beyond belief: Child Rape Suspects Released in New York and New Jersey After Local Jails Refuse to Hold Men for ICE | 27 Sept 2019 | Federal immigration officials say two alleged child rapists are on the run after authorities in New York and New Jersey refused to hold the suspects in jail for ICE. According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Mexican nationals were each taken into custody for separate incidents in the Tri-State Area on charges they sexually assaulted a minor. Despite requests that the men be held in jail until officers from ICE could pick them up, local law enforcement in both states released the suspects back into the public. ICE says the first man -- Luciano Trejo-Dominguez -- was arrested by Vineland, New Jersey, police for allegedly restraining and sexually assaulting a child younger than 16 on Aug. 12.

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