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FBI informs Alex Jones someone planted child pornography on his Infowars server

FBI informs Alex Jones someone planted child pornography on his Infowars server --Radio host offers $1M reward for any information leading to an arrest | 14 June 2019 | The FBI has informed Alex Jones someone planted child pornography on the servers for his Infowars website and on Friday the controversial radio host offered a $1 million reward for any information leading to an arrest. ederal authorities have been conducting a child pornography investigation for several weeks after they reviewed emailed threats made against Jones that contained links to child pornography websites, according to his attorney Norm Pattis. "These were emails that if you, me or one of your workers had opened we would have been subjected to five years in federal prison," Pattis said. Jones is being sued by several victims of the [alleged] Sandy Hook school massacre.

U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia's Power Grid

U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia's Power Grid --The action inside the Russian electric grid appears to have been conducted under little-noticed new legal authorities, slipped into the military authorization bill passed by Congress last summer. | 15 June 2019 | The United States is stepping up [illegal] digital incursions into Russia's electric power grid in a warning to President Vladimir V. Putin and a demonstration of how the Trump administration is using new authorities to deploy cybertools more aggressively, current and former government officials said. In interviews over the past three months, the officials described the previously unreported deployment of American computer code inside Russia's grid and other targets as a classified companion to more publicly discussed action directed at Moscow's [alleged] disinformation and hacking units around the 2018 midterm elections...Since at least 2012, current and former officials say, the United States has put reconnaissance probes into the control systems of the Russian electric grid.

5,200 people in ICE custody quarantined for exposure to mumps or chicken pox

5,200 people in ICE custody quarantined for exposure to mumps or chicken pox | 14 June 019 | US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has placed 5,200 adult immigrants in quarantine after being exposed to mumps or chicken pox, a dramatic jump from just a few months ago, the agency says. ICE has recorded cases of either mumps or chicken pox in 39 immigrant detention centers nationwide, an ICE official tells CNN. Of the 5,200 detainees in quarantine across those centers, around 4,200 are for exposure to mumps. Around 800 were exposed to chicken pox and 100 have been exposed to both.

Mexico releases copy of letter touted by Trump

Mexico releases copy of letter touted by Trump | 14 June 2019 | Mexico's government on Friday released a copy of a letter that President Trump touted in front of cameras earlier this week in teasing additional details of a deal reached with the country to stem the flow of migrants heading toward the U.S. The letter, first published by the Mexican newspaper Reforma, states that the U.S. and Mexico "will immediately begin discussions to establish definitive terms for a binding bilateral agreement to further address burden-sharing and the assignment of responsibility for processing refugee claims of migrants." The document, signed and dated June 7, states that under such an agreement both countries would commit to "accept the return and process refugee status claims, of third-party nationals who have crossed that party's territory to arrive at a port of entry or between ports of entry of the other party."

Dems eye repeal of Justice rule barring presidential indictments

Dems eye repeal of Justice rule barring presidential indictments | 15 June 2019 | House Democrats are weighing legislation to scrap the executive guideline that bars the Justice Department from indicting a sitting president. The informal rule is decades old but has come under heavy new scrutiny since Robert Mueller cited it explicitly as the reason he declined to recommend -- or even consider -- bringing obstruction charges against President Trump during the course of his 22-month investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.

Justice releases legal opinion backing Treasury's refusal to release Trump tax returns

Justice releases legal opinion backing Treasury's refusal to release Trump tax returns | 14 June 2019 | The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday released a legal opinion backing up the Treasury Department's decision to reject a request by congressional Democrats for six years of President Trump's tax returns. "While the Executive Branch should accord due deference and respect to congressional requests, Treasury was not obliged to accept the Committee's stated purpose without question, and based on all the facts and circumstances, we agreed that the Committee lacked a legitimate legislative purpose for its request," Steven Engel, an assistant attorney general in DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel, said in the 33-page opinion.

Joe Biden met a 13-year-old girl before a campaign event and told her brothers to 'keep the guys away from her'

Joe Biden met a 13-year-old girl before a campaign event and told her brothers to 'keep the guys away from her' | 12 June 2019 | Former Vice President Joe Biden, who is the 2020 Democratic front-runner, raised some eyebrows over an interaction he had with an Iowa voter's granddaughter before a campaign event on Wednesday. The Boston Globe reported that Biden met the voter at a coffee shop before the event. When Biden met the voter's granddaughter, he asked her age. After she replied that she was 13 years old, Biden turned to her brothers and said, "You've got one job here, keep the guys away from your sister."

Tanker owner disputes U.S. account of Gulf of Oman attack

Tanker owner seems to dispute U.S. account of Gulf of Oman attack | 14 June 2019 | The Japanese owner of the Kokuka Courageous, one of two oil tankers targeted near the Strait of Hormuz, said Friday that sailors on board saw "flying objects" just before it was hit, suggesting the vessel wasn't damaged by mines. That account contradicts what the U.S. military said as it released a video Friday it said shows Iranian forces removing an unexploded limpet mine from one of the two ships that were hit. Company president Yutaka Katada said Friday he believes the flying objects seen by the sailors could have been bullets. He denied any possibility of mines or torpedoes because the damage was above the ship's waterline. He called reports of a mine attack "false." [Yup, "false." As in "false flag."]

Facebook's Process to Label You a 'Hate Agent' Revealed

Facebook's Process to Label You a 'Hate Agent' Revealed | 13 June 2019 | Facebook [FaCIAbook] monitors the offline behavior of its users to determine if they should be categorized as a "Hate Agent," according to a document provided exclusively to Breitbart News by a source within the social media giant. The document, titled "Hate Agent Policy Review" outlines a series of "signals" that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a "hate agent" and banned from the platform. Those signals include a wide range of on- and off-platform behavior...Facebook will also categorize as a hate agent you for possession of "hate paraphernalia," although the document provides no examples of what falls into this category.

US sends destroyer to Gulf of Oman tanker incident site as Pentagon says 'no interest' in new war

US sends destroyer to Gulf of Oman tanker incident site as Pentagon says 'no interest' in new war | 13 June 2019 | The US has dispatched another warship to the Gulf of Oman, but says it has "no interest" in engaging in a new Middle East conflict. The State Department accused Iran of attacking two tankers there, which Tehran denies. Guided missile destroyer USS Mason will join the destroyer USS Bainbridge on station near the Kokuka Courageous, a damaged tanker just outside the Persain Gulf, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) said on Thursday, adding that "Iranian small boats" were spotted in the area.

DNC names 20 candidates who will appear on stage for first Democratic debate

DNC names 20 candidates who will appear on stage for first Democratic debate --The Democratic National Committee set two ways for the candidates to qualify -- fundraising and polling. | 13 June 2019 | The Democratic National Committee on Thursday named the 20 presidential candidates who qualified to appear on stage later this month in the first primary debate of the 2020 campaign.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis expected to sign measure banning sanctuary cities on Friday

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis expected to sign measure banning sanctuary cities on Friday | 13 June 2019 | Florida's Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign a bill on Friday prohibiting sanctuary cities, keeping a pledge he made during his campaign last year. The bill -- it's designated SB 168 -- will require local and state governments to honor immigration detainers' requests from federal agencies and to cooperate with immigration authorities. Local governments would be barred from adopting sanctuary city policies to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation, requiring them to notify Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) when an inmate subject to a detainer hold is released.

Warren leapfrogs Sanders in pair of 2020 polls

Warren leapfrogs Sanders in pair of 2020 polls | 12 June 2019 | Elizabeth Warren leaped ahead of Bernie Sanders into second place in a pair of Democratic presidential primary polls released Wednesday. Warren has overtaken Sanders nationally, according to a new Economist/YouGov poll, which puts the Massachusetts senator ahead of her Vermont counterpart 16 percent to 12 percent. Former Vice President Joe Biden still leads all contenders with 26 percent support.

Google staff keep 'blacklist' of conservative and 'fringe' sites - report

Google staff keep 'blacklist' of conservative and 'fringe' sites - report | 13 June 2019 | Google reportedly runs two "blacklists," one allowing staff to remove "fringe" websites from search results and another for filtering out opinion articles, according to conservative news outlet the Daily Caller. The lists allow Google employees -- who CEO Sundar Pichai told Congress in December never "manually intervene on any particular search result" -- to suppress certain addresses in a user's search results. The Daily Caller claims to have seen screenshots of the lists in question...The first list, titled "webanswers_url_blacklist," lets staff block specific web addresses from popping up in Google's 'featured snippets' when a user asks a question.

WH Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will leave office by the end of the month, Trump announces

WH Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will leave office by the end of the month, Trump announces | 13 June 2019 | President Trump announced Thursday on Twitter that White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will be leaving her position at the end of the month. "After 3 1/2 years, our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month and going home to the Great State of Arkansas," Trump said...The president has not yet named a replacement for the position. Trump's announcement came moments before he made remarks at a White House event on its "Second Chance" program boosting hiring of criminals who have served their sentences.

11 suspicious cases of tourists getting sick, assaulted, and dying in the Dominican Republic in the last year

11 suspicious cases of tourists getting sick, assaulted, and dying in the Dominican Republic in the last year | 13 June 2019 | Seven Americans have died in the Dominican Republic under suspicious circumstances in the last year -- and several other tourists claim they were poisoned or attacked in the country. "Shark Tank" host and real estate investor Barbara Corcoran revealed on Wednesday that her brother John was found dead of an apparent heart attack in a Dominican Republic hotel room in April. It is unclear which resort he was staying at.

Special Counsel recommends firing Kellyanne Conway over alleged Hatch Act violations

Special Counsel recommends firing Kellyanne Conway over alleged Hatch Act violations | 13 June 2019 | The Office of Special Counsel recommended Thursday that Kellyanne Conway be fired from the federal government for violating the Hatch Act on "numerous occasions." The Hatch Act is a federal law that limits certain political activities of federal employees...But the White House showed no sign of taking action against Conway in response, calling the OSC ruling "unprecedented" and suggesting it was politically influenced.

Iran says it rescued 44 sailors after 2 tankers were 'reportedly attacked' in Gulf of Oman

Iran says it rescued 44 sailors after 2 tankers were 'reportedly attacked' in Gulf of Oman | 13 June 2019 | Iran says it has rescued dozens of sailors from two oil tankers that were reportedly attacked in the Gulf of Oman off the UAE coast on Thursday. One of the vessels was allegedly hit by a torpedo. Tehran has said 44 crew members of oil tankers, identified as the Marshall Islands-flagged Front Altair and the Panama-flagged Kokuka Courageous, were brought to safety to the city of Jask in the southern Hormozgan Province.

'Suspicious doesn't begin to describe what happened': Iran's FM on tanker 'attacks' in Gulf of Oman

'Suspicious doesn't begin to describe what happened': Iran's FM on tanker 'attacks' in Gulf of Oman | 13 June 2019 | Iran’s foreign minister has labeled the reported attack on two "Japan-related" oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman as "suspicious," occurring just as Japanese Prime Minister Abe came to Tehran for major talks. Expressing his misgivings on Twitter, Javad Zarif noted that the incidents on the two vessels on Thursday, one of which had been reportedly struck by a torpedo, had occurred as Abe sat down for "extensive and friendly" discussions with Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei. [Lkely *actual* culprits of this most recent false flag: Saudi Sociopaths, CIA.]

Facebook-owned WhatsApp pledges to sue users over off-platform 'misbehavior,' AI will be the judge

Facebook-owned WhatsApp pledges to sue users over off-platform 'misbehavior,' AI will be the judge | 11 June 2019 | WhatsApp is threatening users who violate its rules with lawsuits, even if the only evidence of "rule-breaking" exists outside of the Facebook-owned messaging app and the only judge is an AI. "WhatsApp will take legal action against those we determine are engaged in or assisting others in abuse...even if that determination is based on information solely available to us off our platform," the company warned in an ominous FAQ entry posted on Monday. Off-platform evidence of ban-worthy behaviors, including "automated or bulk messaging, or non-personal use [aka political]," could trigger not just "technological enforcement" but legal repercussions, the post warned - and woe betide those users caught bragging off-platform about their ability to evade the rules. WhatsApp boasted it can ban users "based on machine-learning classifiers" alone, and will continue to do so.

Pilot killed in New York City helicopter crash wasn't certified to fly in bad weather, FAA says

Pilot killed in New York City helicopter crash wasn't certified to fly in bad weather, FAA says | 11 June 2019 | The pilot killed Monday when his helicopter slammed into the roof of a New York City skyscraper was not authorized to fly in limited visibility, according to his pilot certification, raising questions about why he took off in fog and steady rain. Tim McCormack, 58, was only certified to fly under regulations known as visual flight rules, which require generally good weather and clear conditions, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Poll: Biden leads Trump by 13 percentage points nationally in head-to-head matchup

Poll: Biden leads Trump by 13 percentage points nationally in head-to-head matchup | 12 June 2019 | If the 2020 election was held this week, a new poll suggests President Donald Trump would likely lose to several top Democratic presidential candidates, including former Vice President Joe Biden. According to a new national Quinnipiac poll, Biden holds a 13 percentage-point lead over Trump, 53% to 40%. In the Democratic primary race, Biden is currently the front-runner, with 30% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters surveyed in the poll saying they would vote for Biden...Although he remains the front-runner in the Democratic primary race, the poll reflects a drop for Biden.

US-led airstrike obliterates friendly Afghan unit in another 'tragic' mishap

US-led airstrike obliterates friendly Afghan unit in another 'tragic' mishap | 13 June 2019 | A joint Afghan-US contingent has used NATO air support to 'suppress' enemy combatants - which turned out to be a misidentified group of government security forces. This is the second such incident in less than a month. An intense battle erupted while a joint American-Afghan contingent was on patrol mission in Kunduz province on Wednesday. The clash was so fierce that it forced the unit to call in air support to "suppress the onslaught of machine gun fire," Army Colonel David Butler, a spokesman for US Forces Afghanistan told Task & Purpose. However, once the 'enemy' was suppressed, the US command realized that the machine gun rounds were fired by "another group of Afghan security forces," Butler said.

House Oversight votes to hold Barr, Ross in contempt

House Oversight votes to hold Barr, Ross in contempt | 12 June 2019 | The House Oversight and Reform Committee voted largely along party lines on Wednesday to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt for failing to comply with congressional subpoenas. Rep. Justin Amash (R-Deep State-Mich.) broke with his party to vote with the panel's Democrats. The high-stakes vote took place just hours after the Justice and Commerce departments announced that President Trump had asserted executive privilege over the subpoenaed documents, which were tied to the Trump administration's addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

DOJ to interview CIA officers on origins of Russian investigation - Report

DOJ to interview CIA officers on origins of Russian investigation - Report | 12 June 2019 | The Justice Department plans to interview senior CIA officers as part of its investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation, according to The New York Times. CIA Director Gina Haspel has told senior officials that while the CIA plans to cooperate, it will protect information that could place sources or collection methods at risk, the newspaper reported, citing current and former American officials. The Department of Justice has not filed formal written requests to talk to the officers, but intelligence officials have been informed that Attorney General William Barr has assigned the United States attorney in Connecticut, John H. Durham, to seek the interviews, according to the Times.

City official: More Congolese migrants headed to San Antonio

City official: More Congolese migrants headed to San Antonio --The city said they sent the Congolese migrants to 16 different cities across the country including 35 families sent to Portland, Maine, 13 families to New York City. | 12 June 2019 | After moving out most of the migrants that recently came into town from Africa, city officials tell KENS 5 they're now expecting more. The roughly 250 Congolese migrants that arrived in San Antonio last week from the southern border have left the city to their final destination, but the federal government has alerted city officials to expect a few more. The city told KENS 5 they did not know how many more central African migrants would be coming into town but said they would be arriving in the coming days and weeks.

New Ebola outbreak in DRC is 'truly frightening', says Wellcome Trust director

New Ebola outbreak in DRC is 'truly frightening', says Wellcome Trust director | 12 June 2019 | The head of a major medical research charity has called the latest outbreak of Ebola in central Africa "truly frightening". Nearly 1,400 people have died in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Dr Jeremy Farrar, the director of the Wellcome Trust, said the epidemic was the worst since that of 2013-16 and has showed "no sign of stopping". A five-year-old boy has also died in neighbouring Uganda, the first case of Ebola reported in the country. The Ugandan government is now reporting seven other suspected cases of the virus.

First reported Ebola death in Uganda as outbreak spreads from neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo

First reported Ebola death in Uganda as outbreak spreads from neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo | 12 June 2019 | Wednesday, while two more people in Uganda tested positive for the highly contagious disease that has killed nearly 1,400 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The boy, part of a Congolese family who crossed into Uganda earlier in the week, died overnight, the World Health Organization said...Uganda now has three confirmed Ebola cases. Eight people had been in contact with the confirmed cases and are being followed up on, the Ugandan Ministry of Health said in a statement.

Google Protecting Jussie Smollett From 'Disparaging' Searches

Google Protecting Jussie Smollett From 'Disparaging' Searches --Search-engine's autocomplete feature filters out hate crime-related searches | 11 June 2019 | News that Chicago police charged Jussie Smollett with staging a brutal attack on himself was covered on every network and in every major newspaper, but Google is hiding searches of it from its platform due to concerns of "potentially disparaging" the liberal actor. A review of Google's autocomplete function on searches of Smollett found no references to anything regarding the hate crime, even though the company's own data show it is the only reason his name was ever searched. The top suggested searches for Smollett included Empire (a show he in which he no longer has a role), Mighty Ducks (a nearly three-decade old movie he had a small role in as a child), and his wife (who doesn't exist), the Free Beacon found.

Trump asserts executive privilege over census materials as Dems weigh contempt against Barr, Ross

Trump asserts executive privilege over census materials as Dems weigh contempt against Barr, Ross | 12 June 2019 | The Justice Department said Wednesday that President Trump is asserting executive privilege over documents related his administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, as House Democrats weigh a contempt resolution against Attorney General William Barr and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross over the controversy. Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, the chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, said the panel will move ahead with plans Wednesday to vote on holding Barr and Ross in contempt, accusing them of withholding documents. But he said a vote would be postponed until the afternoon, so lawmakers could digest the letter from the Justice Department about Trump invoking executive privilege.

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