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Trump seeks to cut foreign aid to 3 Central American nations

Trump seeks to cut foreign aid to 3 Central American nations | 30 March 2019 | Taking drastic action over illegal immigration, President Donald Trump moved Saturday to cut direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, whose citizens are fleeing north and overwhelming U.S. resources at the southern border. The State Department notified Congress that it would look to suspend 2017 and 2018 payments to the trio of nations, which have been home to some of the migrant caravans that have marched through Mexico to the U.S. border...Trump has been promising for more than two years to build a long, impenetrable wall along the border to stop illegal immigration, though Congress has been reluctant to provide the money he needs.

Pete Buttigieg says his team raised more than $7 million in first quarter

Pete Buttigieg says his team raised more than $7 million in first quarter | 01 April 2019 | | 2020 Democratic contender Pete Buttigieg has raised over $7 million in the first quarter of the year, the South Bend, Indiana, mayor announced on Twitter Monday morning. Buttigieg is the first Democrat to publicly reveal his first quarter figure...[but] it's an impressive amount for a little-known 37-year-old mayor of a small town who is trying to break through a crowded field of better-known Democrats. Buttigieg launched an exploratory committee for a 2020 presidential bid in January, but has not officially launched a campaign.

Biden accused by second woman of improper physical contact

Biden accused by second woman of improper physical contact | 01 April 2019 | A second woman has come forward to accuse former Vice President Joe Biden of inappropriate touching, further complicating the prospective presidential candidate's political future and intensifying what has become a social media reckoning on his previous public behavior with women. Amy Lappos, 43, first told the Hartford Courant in an interview published Monday that Biden grabbed her during a $1,000-per-plate October 2009 fundraiser for Connecticut Democrat Rep. Jim Himes. Lappos, who initially posted about the episode on Facebook on Sunday, was working as an aide for Himes at the time.

Connecticut woman says then-Vice President Joe Biden touched her inappropriately at a Greenwich fundraiser in 2009

Connecticut woman says then-Vice President Joe Biden touched her inappropriately at a Greenwich fundraiser in 2009 | 01 April 2019 | A Connecticut woman says Joe Biden touched her inappropriately and rubbed noses with her during a 2009 political fundraiser in Greenwich when he was vice president, drawing further scrutiny to the Democrat and his history of unwanted contact with women as he ponders a presidential run "It wasn't sexual, but he did grab me by the head," Amy Lappos told The Courant Monday. "He put his hand around my neck and pulled me in to rub noses with me. When he was pulling me in, I thought he was going to kiss me on the mouth."

Senate Democrats to introduce constitutional amendment to abolish Electoral College

Senate Democrats to introduce constitutional amendment to abolish Electoral College | 01 April 2019 | Leading Democratic senators are expected to introduce a constitutional amendment Tuesday to abolish the Electoral College, adding momentum to a long-shot idea that has been gaining steam among 2020 presidential candidates. Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, plans to introduce the measure, along with Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., the No. 2-ranking Democrat in the Senate, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Also signed on to the legislation is Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., one of a growing number of presidential candidates who have called for electing presidents by popular vote, even though changing the Constitution is seen as virtually impossible today.

Several people found dead inside building in Mandan

Several people found dead inside building in Mandan | 01 April 2019 | (Mandan, ND) Several people found dead at RJR Maintenance and Management in Mandan. Mandan police say they responded to a medical call around 7:30 a.m. at RJR Maintenance and Management in SE Mandan. Police say when officers arrived they found several people who were deceased inside. Mandan Police are investigating with the assistance of ND Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the Morton County Sheriff's Office.

Colorado sheriff willing to go to jail rather than enforce proposed gun law

Colorado sheriff willing to go to jail rather than enforce proposed gun law | 31 March 2019 | Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams disagrees so much with a gun bill making its way through the Colorado legislature that he's willing to go to jail rather than enforce it. "It's a matter of doing what's right," he said. He's not the only one who feels so strongly. The controversial "red flag" bill aims to seize guns temporarily from people who are deemed to be a threat to themselves or others. Colorado's state Senate passed the bill Thursday by a single vote, without any Republican support, and the bill is expected to pass the House, possibly this week.

2 pilots killed in Marine helicopter crash in Arizona

2 pilots killed in Marine helicopter crash in Arizona | 31 March 2019 | U.S. Marine Corps officials are investigating after two pilots died in a helicopter crash during a training mission in southwestern Arizona. A statement from the Marine Corps Air Station says the crash of the AH-1Z Viper occurred at about 8:45 p.m. Saturday. A spokesman for the station says the crash occurred on the vast Marine Corps Air Station Yuma training grounds.

Barr expects to release nearly 400-page Mueller report by mid-April

Barr expects to release nearly 400-page Mueller report by mid-April | 29 March 2019 | Attorney General William Barr told lawmakers on Friday that he expects to have a public version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report ready for release by mid-April and that President Trump has deferred to him to decide what makes it into the redacted document. "Our progress is such that I anticipate we will be in a position to release the report by mid-April, if not sooner," Barr wrote to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.). "Although the President would have the right to assert privilege over certain parts of the report, he has stated publicly that he intends to defer to me and, accordingly, there are no plans to submit the report to the White House for a privilege review," Barr wrote.

Ex-Nevada Assemblywoman Says Joe Biden Inappropriately Kissed He

Ex-Nevada Assemblywoman Says Joe Biden Inappropriately Kissed Her | 29 March 2019 | Former Nevada Assemblywoman Lucy Flores published an op-ed in New York Magazine's The Cut on Friday, alleging that Joe Biden inappropriately kissed and touched her after he offered to help her with her 2014 campaign. Flores, who was running for Nevada lieutenant governor at the time, described her encounter with the former vice president as making her feel "uneasy, gross, and confused." During a Las Vegas campaign rally, she alleges he approached her from behind, put his hands on her shoulders, smelled her hair and kissed the back of her head. "I froze. 'Why is the vice-president of the United States touching me?'" she wrote.

French, Belgian intelligence are plotting false flag chemical attack in Syria's Idlib - Moscow

French, Belgian intelligence are plotting false flag chemical attack in Syria's Idlib - Moscow | 29 March 2019 | The secret services of France and Belgium are plotting to stage a false flag chemical attack in Syria to frame Moscow, the Russian Defense Ministry said. Agents of the two countries are cooperating with terrorist leaders in Idlib. Militants, occupying large parts of the Syrian province of Idlib are readying a false flag attack involving chemical weaponry, the head of the Russian Centre for Reconciliation in Syria, Major General Viktor Kupchishin said on Friday. The attack is being prepared in close cooperation between operatives of Belgian and French secret services and terrorist groups, including the rebranded Syrian Al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] offshoot - Hayyat Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS, previously known as Al-Nusra Front). Apart from them, the "pseudo humanitarian," as the General put it, White Helmets [terrorist] group is also taking part in preparations.

Closing the southern border is 'on the table': DHS Secretary Kristjen Nielsen

Closing the southern border is 'on the table': DHS Secretary Kristjen Nielsen | 29 March 2019 | Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen affirmed Friday that the possibility of closing the southern border with Mexico is "on the table." Nielsen made the remarks during a phone call with reporters, adding, "If we have to close ports to take care of all of the numbers that are coming, we will do that. ... It's on the table." The question arose after President Trump tweeted out that "if Mexico doesn’t immediately stop ALL illegal immigration coming into the United States throug (sic) our Southern Border, I will be CLOSING...the Border, or large sections of the Border, next week."

Medical martial law rolled out in New York: unvaccinated citizens banned from all public places including schools, churches, sidewalks, public transit, and voting locations

Medical martial law rolled out in New York: unvaccinated citizens banned from all public places including schools, churches, sidewalks, public transit, and voting locations | 26 March 2019 | ealth Freedom Alert: Medical martial law has been rolled out in Rockland County, New York, where unvaccinated citizens are now barred from all public places -- including schools, sidewalks, malls, churches and public transportation -- all under the absurd quack science fraud that claims measles is only spread by unvaccinated people. In truth, the measles vaccine spreads the measles through "viral shedding" and improperly weakened viral strains. If the measles vaccine really worked, why would vaccinated people have anything to fear from the unvaccinated, anyway? "Effective at the stroke of midnight, Wednesday, anyone who is under 18 years of age and unvaccinated against the measles will be barred from public places until this declaration expires in 30 days or until they receive the MMR vaccination," reports NBC New York.

Venezuela bars Guaido from holding public office for 15 years

Venezuela bars Guaido from holding public office for 15 years | 28 March 2019 | The ongoing crisis in Venezuela has taken a new twist, as Nicolas Maduro's government barred the US-backed parliament leader Juan Guaido from holding public office for 15 years over irregularities in financial records. The move was announced by state comptroller Elvis Amoroso on Thursday. The 15-year-ban - the longest possible - comes as a result of an audit launched into Guaido's finances back in February. The self-proclaimed 'interim president' has been accused of lying on his personal financial disclosures and receiving funds from irregular sources. [Yeah, like the CIA?]

Chicago police union wants a federal investigation into Smollett case

Chicago police union wants a federal investigation into Smollett case | 27 March 2019 | The Chicago police union is again calling for a federal investigation into State's Attorney Kim Foxx to determine the extent of her involvement with the Jussie Smollett case. Kevin Graham, president of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, said the demand is based on news reports about text messages between Foxx and an attorney about, according to him, "diverting the case from Chicago police department to a federal investigation." Foxx, the state's attorney for Cook County, recused herself from the Smollett investigation in mid-February...Text messages obtained by CNN through an open records request show Smollett family friend Tina Tchen -- a former chief of staff for first lady Michelle Obama and a lawyer -- reached out to Foxx on February 1. Tchen wrote the family had "concerns about the investigation."

House fails to override Trump's veto over national emergency wall fight

House fails to override Trump's veto over national emergency wall fight | 26 March 2019 | The House failed Tuesday to override President Donald Trump's veto after both chambers of Congress sought to overturn his national emergency declaration to build more border wall. The vote was 248-181, with 14 Republicans voting with Democrats to support the override. It was a steep hill to climb for opponents of Trump's national emergency as the House would have needed two-thirds of its members to back the veto override. Thirteen Republicans voted for the resolution in the first place.

Republicans on House Intelligence Committee call on Adam Schiff to resign

Republicans on House Intelligence Committee call on Adam Schiff to resign | 28 March 2019 | Every Republican on the House Intelligence Committee is calling on Chairman Adam Schiff to resign Thursday, accusing the California Democrat of weaving a "demonstrably false" narrative of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and "undermining" the credibility of the panel. At a hearing Thursday, Republican Rep. Mike Conaway read a letter arguing Schiff has been "at the center of a well-orchestrated media campaign claiming, among other things, the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government."

Police: Missouri man arrested with gun, ammunition in car made threats against White House, Pentagon

Police: Missouri man arrested with gun, ammunition in car made threats against White House, Pentagon | 28 March 2019 | A Missouri man told police in West Virginia on Wednesday that he was driving 130 miles per hour with guns, ammunition and gunpowder in his car because he was late to a dinner with President Trump. Eric Leonardo Charron of Kansas City was pulled over in Preston County, W.Va., for driving 130 mph in a 70 mph zone when he told the trooper that "special hearing" [CIA psyops handlers?] would tell him to do bad things when he arrived at the White House or the Pentagon, ABC affiliated WCHS reported. According to a criminal complaint reported by WCHS, Charron had a 9mm handgun, 300 rounds of ammunition and an unspecified amount of gunpowder in the car.

'They'll never link it back to us': Horrendous moment father and son creep up on a hibernating bear and her two newborn cubs in an Alaskan conservation area and illegally shoot them pointblank before high-fiving and posing for pictures

'They'll never link it back to us': Horrendous moment father and son creep up on a hibernating bear and her two newborn cubs in an Alaskan conservation area and illegally shoot them pointblank before high-fiving and posing for pictures --Andrew Renner, 41, and Owen Renner, 18, [two sociopaths] killed the bears in Alaska in April 2018 --Video of the illegal act was released on Wednesday after sentencing last month | 28 March 2019 | Sickening video of a father and son illegally shooting a denning black bear and her cubs has been released. The video released on Wednesday shows Andrew Renner, 41, and Owen Renner, 18, shooting the bear sow and cubs on Alaska's Esther Island in Prince William Sound in April 2018. The footage, shot by a hidden camera as part of a research study, had been withheld by authorities until after the father and son were sentenced in January of this year. The cubs can be heard shrieking after the son killed the sow bear, before Andrew Renner fires point-blank into the den, killing the cubs. [I'm thinking there are many people hope and pray these two deranged sacks of sh*t meet a similar end, if there's any justice in the world. Warning: Graphic video!]

Kate Steinle's parents cannot sue sanctuary city for wrongful death, 9th Circuit rules

Kate Steinle's parents cannot sue sanctuary city for wrongful death, 9th Circuit rules | 28 March 2019 | A U.S. Appeals Court says the parents of Kate Steinle, who died in 2015 after an undocumented man shot her as she walked with her father on a San Francisco pier, cannot sue the city whose sanctuary policies were widely blamed for the tragedy. Steinle's killer, Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate, was released by the San Francisco sheriff, Ross Mirkarimi, after a drug case against him was dropped. The sheriff’s office, which had ended contact between jail employees and immigration officials, ignored a request by federal authorities to hold Garcia-Zarate until they could assume custody and did not inform them that he was being released. The three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously decided to uphold a district court's 2017 dismissal of Steinle's parents' wrongful death lawsuit against San Francisco.

'Why not give Israel North and South Carolina?' Syrian envoy asks US at UN

'Why not give Israel North and South Carolina?' Syrian envoy asks US at UN | 28 March 2019 | Syria's UN ambassador has suggested the US hand "a couple" of its own states over to Israel instead of flouting international law and selling others' land for favors with the Israeli lobby, like it did with the Golan Heights. Syria's UN Ambassador Bashar Jaafari offered a stark rebuke to the US-backed Israeli claim to the occupied Golan Heights at the UN Security Council meeting on Wednesday. Jaafari said the Trump administration does the bidding of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the UN to curry favor with the powerful Israeli lobby in the US.

Judge blocks Trump Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas, Kentucky

Judge blocks Trump Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas, Kentucky | 27 March 2019 | A federal judge has blocked Medicaid work requirements approved by the Trump administration in Arkansas and Kentucky after more than 18,000 people have already lost coverage. Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, an Obama appointee, ruled Wednesday afternoon in two separate cases that the Trump administration didn't consider whether the work requirements met the objective of Medicaid: to provide coverage to needy populations.

Trump vows to release FISA docs now that Mueller probe is concluded, slams 'treasonous' FBI

Trump vows to release FISA docs now that Mueller probe is concluded, slams 'treasonous' FBI | 27 March 2019 | President Trump, in an exclusive wide-ranging interview Wednesday night with Fox News' "Hannity," vowed to release the full and unredacted Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants and related documents used by the FBI to probe his campaign, saying he wants to "get to the bottom" of how the long-running Russia collusion narrative began. Trump told anchor Sean Hannity that his lawyers previously had advised him not to take that dramatic step out of fear that it could be considered obstruction of justice. Trump also accused FBI officials of committing "treason" -- slamming former FBI Director James Comey as a "terrible guy," former CIA Director John Brennan as potentially mentally ill, and Democrat House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff as a criminal.

Half of Older Americans Have Nothing in Retirement Savings

Half of Older Americans Have Nothing in Retirement Savings | 27 March 2019 | The bad news is that almost half of Americans approaching retirement have nothing saved in a 401(k) or other individual account. The good news is that the new estimate, from the U.S. Government Accountability Office, is slightly better than a few years earlier. Of those 55 and older, 48 percent had nothing put away in a 401(k)-style defined contribution plan or an individual retirement account, according to a GAO estimate for 2016 that was released Tuesday. That’s an improvement from the 52 percent without retirement money in 2013.

SF jury awards Sonoma County man $80 Million in Monsanto weed killer cancer case

SF jury awards Sonoma County man $80 Million in Monsanto weed killer cancer case | 27 March 2019 | For a second time in less than 8 months, a San Francisco jury awarded a local man a multi-million dollar decision after they found agrochemical giant Monsanto liable for causing his cancer after he used one of their weed killer products. On Wednesday afternoon jurors in San Francisco federal court decided to award Edward Hardeman $80 million dollars in damages. Monsanto, which is now called Bayer, responded with a statement saying they are "disappointed with the jury's decision," and will appeal the verdict.

US Embassy, under Obama, pressed Ukraine to drop probe of George Soros group during 2016 election

US Embassy, under Obama, pressed Ukraine to drop probe of George Soros group during 2016 election | 26 March 2019 | While the 2016 presidential race was raging in America, Ukrainian prosecutors ran into some unexpectedly strong headwinds as they pursued an investigation into the activities of a nonprofit in their homeland known as the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC). The focus on AntAC was part of a larger probe by Ukraine's Prosecutor General's Office into whether $4.4 million in U.S. funds to fight corruption inside the former Soviet republic had been improperly diverted. The prosecutors soon would learn the resistance they faced was blowing directly from the U.S. Embassy in Kiev, where the Obama administration took the rare step of trying to press the Ukrainian government to back off its investigation of both the U.S. aid and the group...It turns out the group that Ukrainian law enforcement was probing was co-funded by the Obama administration and liberal mega-donor [Deep State Nazi] George Soros.

Man held for alleged threats against Trump, Pentagon

Man held for alleged threats against Trump, Pentagon | 27 March 2019 | Authorities in West Virginia have detained a man for allegedly threatening to kill President Donald Trump and blow up the Pentagon. The incident began unfolding about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday after authorities pulled over a 42-year-old man for speeding on Interstate 68 in Preston County. According to West Virginia State Police Capt. Shallon Oglesby, that's when troopers searching his vehicle found a firearm and black powder.

Jussie Smollett might be considering lawsuit after charges were dropped

Jussie Smollett might be considering lawsuit after charges were dropped | 27 March 2019 | A lawyer for Jussie Smollett on Wednesday left open the possibility that the "Empire" star -- who Chicago prosecutors acknowledged had lied about being a hate crime victim -- may now sue over the alleged attack. Tina Glandian appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" to address prosecutors' stunning decision the day before to drop all 16 felony counts against the actor. "We're weighing our options now," Glandian said in response to co-host George Stephanopoulos's question, "Are you going to sue?"

George Papadopoulos: I knew Mueller probe was a 'hoax,' but was barred from speaking out

George Papadopoulos: I knew Mueller probe was a 'hoax,' but was barred from speaking out | 26 March 2019 | Former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos clarified the "misinformation" about his guilty plea in the Russia probe, saying Tuesday the entire thing was "basically fabricated" by Western intelligence. The 31-year-old, who pleaded guilty in October 2017 to making false statements to FBI agents, said on "Fox & Friends" that he knew the probe by Robert Mueller was a "hoax" but could not speak out about it until after he was sentenced. "There has been so much misinformation about what my real case was all about. It was about a professor I met in London who the FBI told the world was a Russian agent," he said.

Papadopoulos: Russia collusion 'hoax' was 'basically fabricated' by Western intelligence

Papadopoulos: Russia collusion 'hoax' was 'basically fabricated' by Western intelligence | 27 March 2019 | No longer bound by a gag order, former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos has gone public about his Mueller probe conviction, describing the Russia collusion narrative as a 'hoax' manufactured by intelligence agencies. Papadopoulos, who served 12 days in prison last fall for lying to investigators, has launched a media blitz to clarify "misinformation" about his guilty plea following the end of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Speaking to Fox News on Tuesday, Papadopoulos explained that the FBI had tried to pressure him to "admit" that he had told someone at the Trump campaign about his conversations with a shadowy professor, Joseph Mifsud. Painted as a Russian agent by the FBI, Mifsud told Papadopoulos during a London meeting that Russia had possession of Hillary Clinton’s emails. The professor went missing [!] in September 2018.

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