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Trump: Democrats will 'never allow' Sanders to win

Trump: Democrats will 'never allow' Sanders to win | 23 Jan 2020 | President Trump on Thursday declared that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) had taken the lead in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, but said he does not believe that the national party will allow Sanders to win. [Exactly!]  "Crazy Bernie takes the lead in the Democrat Primaries, but it is looking more and more like the Dems will never allow him to win! Will Sleepy [Pedo] Joe be able to stumble across the finish line?" Trump tweeted, using nicknames for Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden. The remarks echoed tweets Trump sent last week claiming that Democratic leaders were seeking to undermine Sanders's bid by keeping him off the campaign trail for the Senate impeachment trial. "They are rigging the election again against Bernie Sanders, just like last time, only even more obviously," Trump declared. The president's latest comments come as Sanders is rising in new national and early state polls.

Clinton says 'nobody likes' Sanders and won't commit to backing him if he's the Democratic nominee

Clinton says 'nobody likes' Sanders and won't commit to backing him if he's the Democratic nominee | 21 Jan 2020 | Hillary Clinton blasts Sen. Bernie Sanders in a new documentary, saying "nobody likes him" and declining in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to say whether she would endorse and campaign for him if he's the Democratic 2020 nominee. "He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done," Clinton says in the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter...The new round of lacerating attacks come less than two weeks before the Iowa caucuses, which Clinton narrowly won in 2016 and where Sanders is locked in a tight four-way race this year. They also have the potential to reignite a divisive, four-year-old fight that has never fully faded from Democrats' minds.

Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for $50M, claims defamation over 'Russian asset' remark

Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for $50M, claims defamation over 'Russian asset' remark | 22 Jan 2020 | Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard filed a defamation lawsuit Wednesday against Hillary Clinton seeking $50 million in damages, claiming the former Democratic presidential nominee "carelessly and recklessly impugned" her reputation when she suggested in October that one of the 2020 Democratic candidates is "the favorite of the Russians." The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, says it aims to hold Clinton and other "political elites" accountable for "distorting the truth in the middle of a critical Presidential election." It also says Gabbard suffered an economic loss to be proven at trial.

Trump says he 'has a plan' to contain China's killer virus after it spread to US: Man is hospitalized as death toll from SARS-like coronavirus hits nine and health chiefs poise to declare global emergency

Trump says he 'has a plan' to contain China's killer virus after it spread to US: Man is hospitalized as death toll from SARS-like coronavirus hits nine and health chiefs poise to declare global emergency | 22 Jan 2020 | Donald Trump says America has a plan to contain the spread of a deadly new virus from China after the first case was confirmed in the states. The President, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, praised the Centers for Disease Control and said the situation was being handled 'very well'. The first case of coronavirus was confirmed in Washington state on Tuesday when an unnamed man in his 30s was hospitalized after returning home from China. The deadly new coronavirus, a SARS-like disease, has killed 17 and sickened at least 518 people in China after it is thought to have spread into humans from a seafood market 'which illegally traded wild animals' in the city of Wuhan.

3 American firefighters killed in C-130 crash while battling Australian wildfires

3 American firefighters killed in C-130 crash while battling Australian wildfires | 23 Jan 2020 | Three American firefighters died in a water tanker plane crash Thursday while battling wildfires in Australia, New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed. Rural Fire Service officials said they had located the plane, a C-130 Hercules, that crashed in the Snowy Monaro region of New South Wales state. Coulson Aviation in the U.S. state of Oregon said in a statement that one of its C-130 Lockheed large air tankers was lost after it left Richmond in New South Wales with retardant for a firebombing mission. It said the accident was "extensive" but had few other details.

Coronavirus 'could've infected 10,000 already' amid warning it's 'as deadly as Spanish flu - that killed 50 million'

Coronavirus 'could've infected 10,000 already' amid warning it's 'as deadly as Spanish flu - that killed 50 million' | 22 Jan 2020 | Up to 10,000 people could already be infected with the killer coronavirus that's sweeping China, experts have warned. The estimate comes amid warnings the new strain is currently "as deadly as Spanish flu" - which killed 50 million people. Chinese state media confirmed 17 people have died - up from nine earlier today. Meanwhile official cases soared with more than 470 confirmed, according to the country's National Health Commission. But British experts have today warned the true number of cases is more likely to range from 1,000 to 10,000. Professor Neil Ferguson, an expert in mathematical biology at Imperial College London told reporters in London the death rate for the new strain of coronavirus is "roughly the same as for The Spanish flu epidemic, at around one in 50".

Coronavirus death toll doubles to 17 as more than 470 cases of 'mutating' bug confirmed

Coronavirus death toll doubles to 17 as more than 470 cases of 'mutating' bug confirmed | 22 Jan 2020 | Seventeen people have died from coronavirus as more than 500 cases of the killer strain were confirmed, officials have said. Latest figures reveal 471 cases in China, with four in Thailand, two in Hong Kong and one each in the US, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan. There is also unconfirmed reports of a case in Mexico. It comes as British experts said up to 10,000 people could already be infected - adding that we can't rule out the possibility" there could already be a case in the UK.

United Airlines passengers checked for coronavirus-like symptoms

United Airlines passengers checked for coronavirus-like symptoms | 22 Jan 2020 | Two passengers flying from China on United Airlines were examined at a Chicago airport after appearing to show symptoms of the deadly virus that emerged overseas, the airline said. The travelers arrived on a flight from Shanghai to Chicago O'Hare International Airport amid reports of the mystery coronavirus spreading through international travel, according to CNBC. It's unclear what led officials to single out the travelers, but they were both cleared and released following examination.

Trump legal team plays offense as impeachment trial begins with bitter dispute over rules

Trump legal team plays offense as impeachment trial begins with bitter dispute over rules | 21 Jan 2020 | White House lawyers went on the offense Tuesday in the opening of the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, railing against Rep. Adam Schiff in personal terms and accusing Democrats of trying to overturn the will of the American people. The president's lawyers framed the impeachment trial as a political vendetta to oust Trump and said House Democrats have "no case." "It's a partisan impeachment they've delivered to your doorstep in an election year," White House Counsel Pat Cipollone said.

Coronavirus cases in China rise to 440 with nine dead

Coronavirus cases in China rise to 440 with nine dead | 21 Jan 2020 | Nine people are dead in China as several Asian countries are struggling to blunt the spread of a newly identified coronavirus. Deputy Director of the National Health Commission Li Bin told reporters Wednesday that the number of cases had risen to 440 and that all of the deaths had occurred in Hubei province, according to The Associated Press. Dozens of cases have been identified in other major Chinese cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Five cases have also been identified outside the country, in Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States.

First case of coronavirus from China confirmed in U.S.

First case of coronavirus from China confirmed in U.S. --The mysterious respiratory illness has sickened approximately 300 people in Asia. | 21 Jan 2020 | A case of the new coronavirus from China has been confirmed in a patient in Washington state, just north of Seattle, federal health officials said Tuesday. The mysterious pneumonia-like illness has killed at least six people and sickened hundreds in Asia, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said...The patient in Washington state, a resident of Snohomish County, is a male in his 30s. The CDC said the man arrived in the U.S. around Jan. 15 after visiting Wuhan. He had not, however, visited the seafood market where this virus is said to have originated.

Virginia gun rally: Thousands converge on Richmond

Virginia gun rally: Thousands converge on Richmond | 20 Jan 2020 | Thousands of gun rights supporters have converged on the centre of the US city of Richmond to protest against tighter gun laws in the state of Virginia. Many arrived in the state capital openly carrying an assortment of firearms including assault rifles. Security is tight and a cordon is in force round the state legislature, where guns cannot be carried.

New China virus: Fourth person dies as human-to-human transfer confirmed

New China virus: Fourth person dies as human-to-human transfer confirmed | 21 Jan 2020 | A fourth person in China has died from a new virus that has spread rapidly across the country, as authorities confirmed that it can be passed from person-to-person. A 89-year-old man was the latest victim of the new strain of coronavirus, which causes a type of pneumonia...More than 200 cases have now been reported across major cities in China including Beijing and Shanghai. China's National Health Commission on Monday confirmed that two cases of infection in China's Guangdong province were due to human-to-human transmission.

White House appoints GOP House members to advise Trump's impeachment team

White House appoints GOP House members to advise Trump's impeachment team | 20 Jan 2020 | The White House announced Monday that President Trump appointed several prominent Republican House members to advise his impeachment defense team ahead of the Senate trial set to begin this week. GOP Reps. Jim Jordan (Ohio), John Ratcliffe Texas), Mike Johnson (La.), Mark Meadows (N.C.), Debbie Lesko (Ariz.), Lee Zeldin (N.Y.), Elise Stefanik (N.Y.) and Doug Collins are set to play leading roles. A statement from the White House said the lawmakers "have provided guidance to the White House team, which was prohibited from participating in the proceedings concocted by Democrats in the House of Representatives" throughout the House proceedings and would continue to do so in the Senate.

OP senators considering 'kill switch' option should impeachment trial spiral out of control

GOP senators considering 'kill switch' option should impeachment trial spiral out of control | 20 Jan 2020 | Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reportedly is close to finalizing a rule that would allow President Trump's team to move to dismiss the articles of impeachment in the Senate quickly after some evidence has been presented, as a sort of safety valve in case Democrats try to drag out the trial for weeks. The discussions came as Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz told Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" that the trial could extend "to six to eight weeks or even longer" if the Senate decided to hear from additional witnesses -- a prospect that could interfere with the imminent presidential primary contests, as Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., likely would get pulled off the campaign trail. McConnell, R-Ky., wouldn't be obligated to publicize the final version of his resolution setting the parameters of the impeachment trial until Tuesday, but top Republicans have said they supported affording Trump the opportunity to cut the trial short.

NYT editorial board endorses Warren, Klobuchar for Democratic nomination for president

NYT editorial board endorses Warren, Klobuchar for Democratic nomination for president | 19 Jan 2020 | The New York Times editorial board on Sunday night endorsed both Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) for the Democratic nomination for president. The dual endorsement, a break in convention for the Times [a Deep State rag], comes just two weeks before the first primary contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, where Warren has remained a top contender while Klobuchar has struggled to break out of single-digit support. "In a break with convention, the editorial board has chosen to endorse two separate Democratic candidates for president," reads the Times's endorsement.

Trump lawyers respond to articles of impeachment: 'Constitutionally invalid'

Trump lawyers respond to articles of impeachment: 'Constitutionally invalid' | 19 Jan 2020 | President Trump's legal team on Saturday issued a full-throttle defense to the articles of impeachment, refuting the substance and process of the charges while accusing House Democrats of engaging in a "dangerous attack" on the right of the American people to freely choose their president. "This is a brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election and interfere with the 2020 election -- now just months away," the legal filing said. "The highly partisan and reckless obsession with impeaching the president began the day he was inaugurated and continues to this day." "The articles of impeachment are constitutionally invalid on their face," the seven-page filing continued.

'Europhysics News' Article on WTC Demolitions Surpasses One Million Views

'Europhysics News' Article on WTC Demolitions Surpasses One Million Views | 19 Jan 2020 | Could it be the most widely read scientific article of all time? What we can say for sure is that "15 years later: on the physics of high-rise building collapses" the five-page feature in the August 2016 issue of the European Physical Society's Europhysics News by Dr. Steven Jones, Dr. Robert Korol, engineer Tony Szamboti, and AE911Truth's Ted Walter -- has been read, and continues to be read, by a massive number of people... It authoritatively lays waste to the official account of the World Trade Center's destruction -- the most blatant and consequential scientific fraud ever perpetrated on the world. It is also one of the few times that a reputable scientific organization has had the courage and integrity to provide a forum for the issue.

How five members of Joe Biden's family got rich through his connections

How five members of Joe Biden's family got rich through his connections | 19 Jan 2020 | Political figures have long used their families to route power and benefits for their own self-enrichment. In my new book, "Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America's Progressive Elite," one particular politician -- Joe Biden -- emerges as the king of the sweetheart deal, with no less than five family members benefiting from his largesse, favorable access and powerful position for commercial gain. In Biden's case, these deals include foreign partners and, in some cases, even U.S. taxpayer dollars. The Biden family's apparent self-enrichment involves no less than five family members: Joe's son Hunter, son-in-law Howard, brothers James and Frank, and sister Valerie.

Club for Growth, FreedomWorks and other corporatist groups aim to sink bipartisan fix to 'surprise' medical bills

Club for Growth, FreedomWorks and other corporatist groups aim to sink bipartisan fix to 'surprise' medical bills | 19 Jan 2020 | Conservative Corporatist groups are gearing up for battle with GOP leaders over bipartisan health care legislation that lawmakers view as one of the few election-year bills that has a shot at making it to President Trump's desk. A broad swath of free-market conservative groups is crony capitalism dirt-bags are mobilizing to oppose a measure that would ban the so-called "surprise" medical bills patients sometimes receive from hospitals and providers when their services aren't covered by insurance... About a dozen right-leaning corporatist groups have come out against the bill, including some of the most well-known fiscally conservative corporate welfare organizations in Washington, like Club for Growth and FreedomWorks. The groups join a high-dollar fight launched last year by hospitals, insurance companies, doctors and private equity groups that are all trying to tilt the measure in their favor.

Dozens Killed in Houthi Attack on Yemeni Army Barracks - Reports

Dozens Killed in Houthi Attack on Yemeni Army Barracks - Reports | 18 Jan 2020 | Yemen has been locked for years in an armed conflict between government forces led by President-in-exile Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and the armed Houthi opposition faction. Despite a peace accord signed in Stockholm in 2018, tensions have reportedly been escalating in recent months. The Yemeni Houthis pounded a military training base in the Yemeni city of Marib on Saturday with missiles, killing at least 30 servicemen, according to Saudi media. According to a local military source, the attack killed 24 soldiers and injured 20 others.

U.S. Dept of Interior Warned Cell Tower Radiation Harmful to Birds in 2014; Studies Show 5G Also Causes Health Problems

U.S. Dept of Interior Warned Cell Tower Radiation Harmful to Birds in 2014; Studies Show 5G Also Causes Health Problems | 17 Jan 2020 | Wireless "WiFi" radiation is microwave radiation. Research has determined that all sources of wireless radiation (including from cell phones and cell towers) is harmful to birds as well as other animals, insects, nature, and humans. In 2014, the U.S. Department of Interior wrote a letter about their concerns regarding exposure to birds. (See Environmental Health Trust for letter published here.) According to research, exposure to 5G millimeter wave radiation also harms birds and other life forms. The Environmental Health Trust has additional info on the health effects of 5G.

10 senators who voted against USMCA

10 senators who voted against USMCA --Eight Democrats, one Republican and one independent voted against the revamped North American trade deal | 16 Jan 2020 | The Senate approved the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, also known as "new NAFTA," 89-10 on Thursday, giving the Trump administration a big win as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says her fellow Democrats perfected the deal. Here are the eight Democrats, one Republican and one independent who voted against the USMCA:

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.
Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass.
Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I.
Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii
Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
 

Senate passes USMCA, giving Trump back-to-back trade wins

Senate passes USMCA, giving Trump back-to-back trade wins | 16 Jan 2020 | The Senate passed President Trump's United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade in a bipartisan vote of 89 to 10 Thursday, giving the president his second major trade win in as many days. The vote took place just before impeachment articles were presented in the Senate. The USMCA, which replaces the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, now goes to the White House, allowing Trump to fulfill a key 2016 campaign goal. USMCA largely keeps most of NAFTA intact but adds provisions aimed at ending outsourcing of manufacturing jobs to Mexico, limiting the use of supply chains abroad, and opening up Canada to more U.S. farm goods, such as dairy products.

US allows Chevron to keep drilling in Venezuela for 3 months

US allows Chevron to keep drilling in Venezuela for 3 months | 18 Jan 2020 | The Trump administration has granted Chevron a special license to keep drilling oil in Venezuela despite a ban on American companies doing business with President Nicolás Maduro’s socialist government. The Treasury Department late Friday renewed until April 22 the license for Chevron and four other U.S. service suppliers that are among the last American companies operating in the oil-rich South American nation. It's the fourth time the U.S. has exempted the companies from the Venezuela ban.

CDC to screen at three US airports for signs of new virus from China

CDC to screen at three US airports for signs of new virus from China | 17 Jan 2020 | More than 100 staffers from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are being deployed to three US airports to check passengers arriving from Wuhan, China, for fever and other symptoms of a mysterious new virus that's killed two and infected dozens in China, the CDC announced Friday. It's a highly unusual step. The last time the CDC did routine passenger health screening was during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, according to Dr. Martin Cetron, director of the CDC's division of global migration and quarantine.

New Chinese virus 'will have infected hundreds'

New Chinese virus 'will have infected hundreds' | 18 Jan 2020 | The number of people already infected by the mystery virus emerging in China is far greater than official figures suggest, scientists have told the BBC. There have been more than 60 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, but UK experts estimate a figure nearer 1,700. Two people are known to have died from the respiratory illness, which appeared in Wuhan city in December. "I am substantially more concerned than I was a week ago," disease outbreak scientist Prof Neil Ferguson, said.

Libya civil war: UN envoy Salame says foreign intervention must end

Libya civil war: UN envoy Salamé says foreign intervention must end | 18 Jan 2020 | The UN's Libya envoy Ghassan Salamé has called on foreign powers to stop interfering in Libya's civil war. On the eve of peace talks in Berlin, Mr Salamé said foreign support of proxy groups in the conflict had created a "vicious cycle" of violence. But Mr Salamé told the BBC that he was optimistic about the negotiations. It comes after nine months of conflict between the powerful General Khalifa Haftar and the UN-backed government in the capital Tripoli. A truce was announced earlier this month between Gen Haftar and the Government of National Accord (GNA).

Pelosi hands out commemorative pens, Dems slammed for gloating as House delivers Trump impeachment articles

Pelosi hands out commemorative pens, Dems slammed for gloating as House delivers Trump impeachment articles | 16 Jan 2020 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi drew criticism Wednesday for handing out commemorative pens -- with her name on them -- after signing a resolution to transmit two articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate for trial. To critics, the tone of the event seemed celebratory -- a far cry from December, when Pelosi wore black and insisted on the House floor it was a "solemn" day before the Democrat-controlled body voted to impeach the president on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress allegations. Later, she even cut short two rounds of cheers from Democrats when the articles were adopted.

Pentagon to place new restrictions, monitoring on foreign military students

Pentagon to place new restrictions, monitoring on foreign military students | 17 Jan 2020 | The Defense Department announced Friday that it will implement new guidelines for vetting foreign students attending U.S. military programs and impose new restrictions following last month's deadly shooting at an air base in Pensacola, Fla. The new restrictions include banning international military students from possessing firearms and limiting access to government property and travel while off duty. The new guidelines come after 2nd Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, a member of the Royal Saudi Air Force, opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Dec. 6, killing three sailors and wounding eight others.

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