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Drudge poll shock: Tulsi Gabbard runaway winner of first Democratic debate

Drudge poll shock: Tulsi Gabbard runaway winner of first Democratic debate | 26 June 2019 | The Drudge Report political website posted a surprising instant poll showing that its visitors believed Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii was the overwhelming victor of the first Democratic presidential debate, polling at almost 35% with 12,314 votes. Her closest competitor was Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who was polling at just under 13.5% and 4,791 votes. Julián Castro of Texas and Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey were polling the lowest with less than 5% each. Tulsi Gabbard also won the Washington Examiner poll. by a strikingly similar margin - 34.15% for the Hawaii congresswoman and 23.06% for Warren.

'Unmasker in Chief' Samantha Power spewed anti-Trump bias in government emails

'Unmasker in Chief' Samantha Power spewed anti-Trump bias in government emails | 26 June 2019 | (Op-Ed) Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power may share an unflattering stage with a text-loving FBI agent and his Donald Trump-hating paramour from the bureau. Fired agent Peter Strzok and ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page are infamous today for texting on FBI phones their anti-Trump sentiments while allegedly having an affair. They played key roles in the now-debunked Russia collusion investigation. It turns out that Power -- the diplomat whose authority inexplicably was used to unmask hundreds of Americans' names in secret intelligence reports during the 2016 election -- engaged in similar Trump-bashing on her official government email, according to documents unearthed by an American Center for Law and Justice lawsuit. The conservative legal group is run by Trump defense attorney Jay Sekulow.

Venezuela foils 'Maduro assassination and military coup' plot

Venezuela foils 'Maduro assassination and military coup' plot | 27 June 2019 | Venezuelan intelligence says it has foiled an assassination attempt against President Nicolas Maduro, which envisioned a group of rogue officers storming the presidential palace and installing an imprisoned general in his stead. The plot by current and former military officers involved breaking retired General Raúl Isaías Baduel out from a maximum security prison in Fuerte Tiuna, where he is kept since 2017 for wanting to overthrow the government, and seizing state-run Venezolana de Televisió where he would be pronounced president. Intelligence agencies said they had been unraveling the plot for 14 months.

At least two NBA teams dropped the term 'owner' because it could be considered racially insensitive

At least two NBA teams dropped the term 'owner' because it could be considered racially insensitive --'We refer to the owners of our teams as Governors,' NBA says | 03 June 2019 | At least two NBA teams have done away with the term "owner" reportedly because it could be considered racially insensitive, according to TMZ Sports. Steve Ballmer is no longer called the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. Instead, Ballmer is listed as the team's chairman on its website, a change that TMZ believes occurred in early 2018...Other basketball teams have reportedly held high-level talks about getting rid of the term that some say "feels racially insensitive" in a league where the majority of the players are black.

How 2020 Democrats are preparing for the first debate

How 2020 Democrats are preparing for the first debate | 25 June 2019 | Democratic presidential candidates will descend on Miami this week for the first pair of debates with many hoping to do what only few so far have achieved: score a breakout moment. Candidates' schedules have been lighter than normal of late, with many dedicating weeks to prepare for the debate stage. That preparation has ranged from mock debates featuring aides and advisers playing other competitors to spending more time reading up on policy differences. The debates, which will be held over two nights on Wednesday and Thursday, are the best opportunity many of these candidates will have to stand out from the crowded field and pick up some semblance of momentum headed into the summer and next round of debates in July, which will be hosted by CNN.

Google's agenda revealed: Undercover video shows top exec pledging company would 'stop the next Trump situation' and exposes search giant's secret plan for radical social engineering

Google's agenda revealed: Undercover video shows top exec pledging company would 'stop the next Trump situation' and exposes search giant's secret plan for radical social engineering --Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai was filmed at a restaurant --The undercover clip shows her referring to the 2016 presidential election, saying: 'What happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again?' --She also blasted Sen. Elizabeth Warren's plan to break up Google in the video --Gennai said she was referring to stopping foreign interference in the 2020 election when she referenced 'stopping the next Trump situation' --In a hearing on Tuesday, the Senate Commerce Committee examined how technology companies use algorithms and its influence on the public | 25 June 2019 | A senior Google executive has been caught on an undercover video appearing to suggest the company is trying to stop 'the next Trump situation' in the 2020 presidential election. Secret footage released by Project Veritas shows Google's Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai, saying: 'We all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasn't just us...so we've rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.' In the covert clip, Gennai can also be heard blasting Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren's push to break up tech giants, saying small companies 'don't have the same resources.' A company insider provided Project Veritas with documents outlining Google's explanation of 'Machine Learning Fairness' and 'algorithmic unfairness,' which appear to expose a liberal bent at the online giant.

Trump threatens 'overwhelming force' against Iran if it attacks 'anything American'

Trump threatens 'overwhelming force' against Iran if it attacks 'anything American' | 25 June 2019 | President Donald Trump threatened Tuesday to use "overwhelming force" against Iran if it attacks U.S. assets or personnel. "Any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force. In some areas, overwhelming will mean obliteration," Trump wrote on Twitter. The threat came less than a week after Trump called off a planned U.S. missile strike on Iran that the military had been preparing in retaliation for the shooting down of an American drone by Tehran.

Google pulls videos accusing it of election manipulation from YouTube...which it owns

Google pulls videos accusing it of election manipulation from YouTube...which it owns | 25 June 2019 | Google's video platform YouTube is apparently no place for content that accuses the tech giant of political bias and election meddling. An expose based on a sting operation was taken down by the company a day after its release. The online behemoth found itself in the crosshairs of Project Veritas, a conservative action group that purports to expose pro-liberal biases at various American organizations through sting operations and by publishing leaked material. Its report on Monday claimed that Google deliberately tweaks its search algorithms to promote liberal agendas that it favors, and that this is intended to help "prevent the next Trump situation" in the upcoming elections.

Warren support rises in two national polls

Warren support rises in two national polls | 25 June 2019 | Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign is continuing to gain ground in the 2020 race, with the Massachusetts Democrat seeing a rise in two national polls released Tuesday. Warren saw a 2-point gain in the latest Morning Consult poll, bringing her support to 13 percent among those surveyed. According to the poll, Warren has notched a 5-point gain in vote share in the past six weeks, propelling her to among the top-tier candidates.

US Marine Corps Expeditionary Force Arrives Off Iran's Coast

US Marine Corps Expeditionary Force Arrives Off Iran's Coast | 24 June 2019 | The amphibious assault ship USS Boxer has arrived in the US Fifth Fleet's area of operations, the US Navy announced Monday. The ship and its battle group carry thousands of US Marines as well as strike aircraft and helicopters. The Boxer leads the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, which also includes the amphibious transport dock USS John P. Murtha and the amphibious dock landing ship USS Harpers Ferry, US Central Command noted in a Monday statement. The ships are replacing like vessels led by the USS Kearsarge, which had been in the theater since April but has now rotated out.

Trump delays operation to deport migrant families

Trump delays operation to deport migrant families | 22 June 2019 | President Trump announced he would delay for two weeks an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) operation that would have deported as many as 2,000 migrant families. Trump said the delay would allow for negotiations on Capitol Hill regarding immigration reform. "At the request of Democrats, I have delayed the Illegal Immigration Removal Process (Deportation) for two weeks to see if the Democrats and Republicans can get together and work out a solution to the Asylum and Loophole problems at the Southern Border. If not, Deportations start!" Trump tweeted.

Another military service member securing border found dead in southern AZ

Another military service member securing border found dead in southern AZ | 24 June 2019 | Authorities say another military service member assigned to help secure the U.S.-Mexico border has died in southern Arizona. Officials at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, said in a statement that the military service member with the Southwest Border Support Mission was found dead Sunday near Ajo, Arizona...It's the second such death this month.

White House to block Conway from testifying over alleged Hatch Act violations - report

White House to block Conway from testifying over alleged Hatch Act violations - report | 24 June 2019 | The White House reportedly intends to block Kellyanne Conway from testifying before the House Oversight and Reform Committee later this week about alleged Hatch Act violations. The Washington Post reported Monday that the White House decided on the move ahead of a Wednesday vote from the panel to subpoena Conway if she does not appear voluntarily. A senior Democratic committee aide told The Hill that neither Conway nor the White House counsel's office has responded to either accept or decline the invitation to testify.

Insider exposes Google's efforts to influence 2020 election against Trump

Insider exposes Google's efforts to influence 2020 election against Trump --Monday's expose includes an undercover video [already removed by Google] of Jen Genai, Google's head of 'Responsible Innovation,' outlining the measures already being taken to fight the US president in the upcoming 2020 election. | 24 June 2019 | Google interferes with search results, censors conservative views and even directly manipulates facts in the name of 'fairness,' according to internal video and documents a whistle-blower has turned over to Project Veritas...The alarming information provided to the conservative transparency activists shows the company's executives putting their thumb on the scale in an effort to "prevent the next Trump situation," as one of them put it. The company is currently at work "training our algorithms" to work in a way that might have prevented Trump's electoral victory in 2016, she added, without specifying what the effect might be in 2020.

Mexico sends 15K troops to US border to stop migrants

Mexico sends 15K troops to US border to stop migrants | 24 June 1019 | Mexico deployed nearly 15,000 soldiers and National Guardsmen to its border with the US, the army chief said Monday -- admitting they are detaining migrants who try to cross after the policy triggered a backlash, a new report said Monday. Under pressure from President Trump to slow the surge of Central American asylum seekers crossing the border, Mexico promised earlier this month to reinforce its southern border with 6,000 National Guardsmen, but had not previously disclosed the extent of the crackdown on its northern border, Agence France-Presse reported. Asked whether those forces were detaining migrants to prevent them from crossing, Sandoval replied: "Yes."

Troops on US border applying slippery paint to wall, Northern Command says

Troops on US border applying slippery paint to wall, Northern Command says | 24 June 2019 | More than 100 soldiers will apply slippery paint to a mile-long strip of wall along the Mexican border in California, U.S. Northern Command in Colorado Springs confirmed Friday. The troops, assigned to assist Border Patrol agents on orders issued by President Donald Trump last year, were asked to do the painting job by the Department of Homeland Security, Northern Command said. The command at Peterson Air Force Base is overseeing the military's border mission. Painting is one of many support jobs being carried out by troops, who are barred by law from acting as police. Instead, they are doing jobs that free up border agents by providing administrative and logistical support.

Trump announces sanctions targeting Iranian supreme leader in response to shooting down of drone

Trump announces sanctions targeting Iranian supreme leader in response to shooting down of drone | 24 June 2019 | US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order imposing new "strong sanctions" against Iran in response to Tehran's downing of an American drone last week. Trump said the latest sanctions would target Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Trump told reporters at the White House on Monday that Khamenei and his associates would be denied access to financial resources by the new sanctions...The US will "continue to increase" pressure on Tehran, he added, saying that the fresh sanctions would have been imposed regardless of the incident with the downed drone.

Drug companies donated millions to California lawmakers before vaccine debate

Drug companies donated millions to California lawmakers before vaccine debate | 28 May 2019 | A subplot to the vociferous debate over the student vaccination bill moving through California's Capitol is opponents' allegations that the effort reflects the influence of the pharmaceutical industry. Critics of Senate Bill 277, which would eliminate the personal belief and religious exemptions for schoolchildren, accuse the measure's supporters in the Legislature of doing the bidding of donors who make vaccines and other pharmaceuticals...Pharmaceutical companies and their trade groups gave more than $2 million to current members of the Legislature in 2013-2014, about 2 percent of the total raised, records show...Receiving more than $95,000, the top recipient of industry campaign cash is Sen. Richard Pan, a Sacramento Democrat and doctor who is carrying the vaccine bill.

Texas sending another 1,000 National Guard troops to border

Texas sending another 1,000 National Guard troops to border | 23 June 2019 | Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Friday that he will send another 1,000 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border while accusing Congress of failing to take action on the growing humanitarian crisis. The governor said at an afternoon press conference among Republican leaders and Maj. Gen. Tracy Norris that additional Guard members will assist at new detention facilities in the Rio Grande Valley and El Paso and at ports of entry. It brings the total number of Guard members on the Texas border to more than 2,000, Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said.

Bad spending oversight hampers Afghan troops, says US watchdog

Bad spending oversight hampers Afghan troops, says US watchdog | 23 June 2019 | A lack of coordinated oversight of America's spending in Afghanistan has led to a waste of funds and hampered training and development of the country's security forces, according to a watchdog group that monitors billions of dollars in U.S. aid to the country. The U.S. has so far spent more than $84 billion dollars on Afghan forces over the last 17 years but those forces continue to suffer staggering losses and bleed personnel. Soldiers go home on leave and never return. The report from Washington's Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, or SIGAR, released late Thursday painted a troubling picture of a costly Afghan security development scheme, with multiple supervising U.S. and NATO departments that don't coordinate with one another.

House Oversight Committee to vote on authorizing subpoena for Kellyanne Conway

House Oversight Committee to vote on authorizing subpoena for Kellyanne Conway | 23 June 2019 | The House Oversight Committee will vote on whether to authorize a subpoena for White House counselor Kellyanne Conway over a government watchdog's finding that she violated the Hatch Act. On Wednesday, the House panel "will hold a hearing to examine the recommendation of the independent Office of Special Counsel (OSC) that President Trump remove Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway from federal service, as well as reports by OSC about Ms. Conway and other Trump Administration appointees," the committee said in a memo. Conway and Henry J. Kerner of the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) are both invited to testify before the committee.

US launched cyber-strike against Iran while backing away from military attack - report

US launched cyber-strike against Iran while backing away from military attack - report | 23 June 2019 | Offensive cyber-strikes against Iran reportedly disabled its computer systems that control rocket and missile launches on Thursday night, when the military attack was called off by President Donald Trump. President Trump approved the cyber offensive against the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Washington Post reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Although the attack came after Iran had shot down an American surveillance drone, it had reportedly been months in the making. The strike was conducted by US Cyber Command in coordination with Central Command, which is in charge of US military activity in the Middle East.

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Boeing hit with lawsuit for 'unprecedented cover-up'

Boeing hit with lawsuit for 'unprecedented cover-up' | 22 June 2019 | Boeing was slapped with a class-action lawsuit from more than 400 pilots who say the company covered up design flaws in its 737 Max planes. The Australian Broadcasting Company (ABC) reported Saturday that the lawsuit alleged that Boeing engaged in and "unprecedented cover-up" of the "known design flaws" in the 737 Max planes, which were grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes that killed more than 300 people in total.

Trump says 'major additional sanctions' on Iran to come Monday

Trump says 'major additional sanctions' on Iran to come Monday | 22 June 2019 | US President Donald Trump has said that "additional sanctions" against Iran are aimed at stopping the country from developing a nuclear bomb, but warned that military actions against Tehran remains on the table. "We are putting major additional Sanctions on Iran on Monday," Trump wrote on his Twitter on Saturday afternoon. He immediately added that he looks forward to the day when "sanctions come off Iran, and they become a productive and prosperous nation again."

Republican lawmaker suggests he would shoot state troopers if sent to get him for climate vote

Republican lawmaker suggests he would shoot state troopers if sent to get him for climate vote | 20 June 2019 | Oregon state Sen. Brian Boquist (R) on Wednesday suggested that he would shoot state troopers if Gov. Kate Brown (D) sends them to round-up Republican lawmakers denying Democrats the quorum to vote on a climate bill. "This is what I told the superintendent," Boquist said, referring to OSP Superintendent Travis Hampton. "Send bachelors and come heavily armed. I'm not going to be a political prisoner in the state of Oregon. It's just that simple."...Brown hinted Wednesday that state troopers might be sent to round-up the uncooperative lawmakers, saying in a statement that she is "in close communication with Oregon State Police."

Oregon Senate closes due to 'possible militia threat' after Republican walkout

Oregon Senate closes due to 'possible militia threat' after Republican walkout | 22 June 2019 | The Oregon state Senate closed Saturday after a "possible militia threat" from a right-wing group -- amid a broader drama over a walkout by Republican lawmakers over looming climate change legislation. Right-wing groups posted their support for the 12 rebel Republicans on Friday, including one group -- the Oregon Three Percenters...On Friday, a spokeswoman for Senate President Peter Courtney told The Associated Press that the Oregon state police "recommended that the Capitol be closed tomorrow due to a possible militia threat."  ..."Protesting cap-and-trade by walking out today represents our constituency and exactly how we should be doing our job," Senate Republican Leader Herman Baertschiger Jr., of Grants Pass, said in a statement Thursday. "We have endured threats of arrest, fines and pulling community project funds from the governor, Senate president and majority leader. We will not stand by and be bullied by the majority party any longer."

'Come heavily armed:' Showdown in Oregon as governor sends police to round up Republican lawmakers

'Come heavily armed:' Showdown in Oregon as governor sends police to round up Republican lawmakers | 22 June 2019 | A Republican state senator in Oregon told police to show up ready for a fight if they moved to enforce Democrat Governor Kate Brown's order to compel attendance for a contentious vote on climate-change legislation. Democrats have a supermajority in the state legislature, but cannot approve a bill that would impose carbon caps in the name of combating climate change without at least the presence of Republican lawmakers. After days of heated debate, the GOP chose to boycott the vote, prompting Governor Brown to authorize Oregon State Police to round up the senators and force them to participate. Oregon Republican Senator Brian Boquist was having none of it, telling a reporter in response to the governor's threat that he would not be a political prisoner, and said the state troopers should prepare for a shootout.

Iran gave 2 warnings before downing US drone, says Revolutionary Guards general

Iran gave 2 warnings before downing US drone, says Revolutionary Guards general | 21 June 2019 | Iran gave two warnings before downing a US reconnaissance drone over the Gulf of Oman, the commander of the aerospace arm of the country's elite Revolutionary Guards said on Friday (June 21). "Twice we...sent warnings," Brigadier-General Amirali Hajizadeh told state television. Brig-Gen Hajizadeh said that even pilotless drones, like the one shot down on Thursday, had systems to relay warnings and other communications to their operators thousands of kilometres away in the United States.

Iran refrained from targeting US plane with 35 on board flying beside downed drone - commander

Iran refrained from targeting US plane with 35 on board flying beside downed drone - commander | 21 June 2019 | The commander of the Iranian Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps claims that the downing of a US drone was a warning to an American military aircraft that was flying alongside its UAV. Brigadier General Hajizadeh told state TV that the main reason for shooting down the drone, which marked a serious escalation in tensions with the US, was to force the American P-8 military aircraft to divert course, according to Iranian media. Hajizadeh also claims that there were some 35 personnel on board the US P-8, though he did not cite a source for this figure.

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