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Christopher Steele: MI6 agent to face questions on Trump Russia dossier

Christopher Steele: MI6 agent to face questions on Trump Russia dossier | 04 June 2019 | The former MI6 agent behind the Trump dossier has agreed to be questioned by US officials over his relationship with the FBI. Christopher Steele, 54, has agreed to meet investigators in London within weeks, according to a source close to him. Mr Trump has tweeted more than 50 times about Mr Steele, calling him a "failed spy" and accusing him of spreading fake news. Last year Mr Steele, who runs a corporate intelligence company [in the service of his Deep State overlords], was named as the author of memos containing unsubstantiated allegations that the Kremlin held sexually lurid information about Mr Trump.

Dossier author Christopher Steele will be questioned by US investigators - report

Dossier author Christopher Steele will be questioned by US investigators - report | 05 June 2019 | Former British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the anti-Trump dossier of salacious and unverified claims about the president’s ties to Russia, has agreed to be questioned by investigators from the United States, according to a report in Britain. The Times (UK) cited sources close to Steele on Tuesday in reporting that the 54-year-old is set to be interviewed in London within weeks. The development comes as attention has returned to the dossier authored by Steele -- especially since its more sensational claims were not substantiated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, whose report found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.

World leaders including President Trump gather to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day landings

World leaders including President Trump gather to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day landings | 05 June 2019 | President Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May and other world leaders gathered Wednesday on the south coast of England to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, honoring the Allied forces who risked and gave their lives in the invasion that helped liberate Europe from Nazi Germany. The Royal British Legion brought about 300 veterans, aged 91 to 101, to the ceremonies in Portsmouth, where many of the troops embarked for Normandy on June 5, 1944. After a flyover by the Royal Air Force and a salute from the Royal Navy, the veterans will return to the landing beaches overnight, just as they did 75 years ago.

Trump supporter hit by milkshake amid chants of 'Nazi scum off our streets'

Trump supporter hit by milkshake amid chants of 'Nazi scum off our streets' | 05 June 2019 | Milkshake was thrown at a man during an incident in London's Parliament Square on Tuesday amid arguments between groups supporting and against U.S. President Donald Trump, who is in Britain on a three-day visit. Video from the protest, shot by a reporter for London radio station LBC, showed a male Trump supporter being surrounded by several anti-Trump protesters who chanted "Nazi scum!" to his face. Amid the scuffle a milkshake was seen being thrown at the Trump supporter, landing on his head and dripping down his face.

Trump baby blimp flies in London as protests greet president

Trump baby blimp flies in London as protests greet president | 04 June 2019 | As British Prime Minister Theresa May meets President Donald Trump on Tuesday, thousands of protesters plan to tell the U.S. leader he should have stayed at home. Trade unions, women's groups, peace campaigners and environmentalists are gathering in the capital to condemn Trump's policies -- and Britain's decision to roll out the red carpet for a pomp-filled state visit. Protests began with the flying of a giant blimp depicting the president as an angry orange baby, which rose from the grass of central London's Parliament Square.

Elderly Trump supporter pushed to ground during London anti-Trump protest

Elderly Trump supporter pushed to ground during London anti-Trump protest | 05 June 2019 | Video taken during an anti-Trump protest in central London on Tuesday captured a group of men assaulting and knocking an elderly fan of President Trump to the ground. The video showed a mob surrounding the man, then pushing him to the ground as they chanted "Donald Trump's not welcome here," during the rally in Parliament Square where Britain's left-wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech widely seen as anti-Trump. The older man, wearing a red and white hat, could be heard in the video saying "get off" as the other men grabbed his jacket and pushed him.

Border arrests skyrocket in May, as officials declare 'full-blown emergency'

Border arrests skyrocket in May, as officials declare 'full-blown emergency' | 05 June 2019 | The number of migrants apprehended at America's southern border skyrocketed last month to levels not seen in over a decade, with U.S. Customs and Border Protection reporting nearly 133,000 arrests in May. The number surpassed 144,000 when counting migrants deemed inadmissible -- more than a 30 percent increase from the prior month and double the influx recorded at the beginning of the year. "We are in full-blown emergency," a CBP official said Wednesday.

Biden campaign lifted passage from others for education plan - report

2nd plagiarism report in two days: Biden campaign lifted passage from others for education plan - report | 05 June 2019 | Former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign may have lifted a passage from another source in putting together its education plan, according to The Washington Post. The Post report comes after the Biden campaign acknowledged on Tuesday it had inadvertently lifted passages from policy think thanks in putting together its climate change proposal. The campaign added the citations after being made aware they were missing...Biden's education report included a sentence from the XQ Institute that was reportedly copied word for word, according to the Post.

Border apprehensions spike in May, topping 130,000

Border apprehensions spike in May, topping 130,000 | 05 June 2019 | Apprehensions at the U.S.-Mexico border hit a 13-year high for the month of May, topping 130,000, according to newly released federal figures. Detentions of previously unauthorized migrants jumped to 132,887 from 99,304 in April, a 33.8 percent increase, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data shows. A further 11,391 people were turned away at the border in May, a slight uptick from 10,170 the previous month.

House Passes Mass Amnesty Bill Which Would Give Millions of Undocumented Immigrants a Path to Citizenship

House Passes Mass Amnesty Bill Which Would Give Millions of Undocumented Immigrants a Path to Citizenship | 04 June 2019 | he House passed a vote Tuesday that would grant protection from deportation to undocumented immigrants and give millions a path to permanent citizenship status. The American Dream and Promise Act passed the House with a vote of 236-187. The legislation was brought forward by California Democratic Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard and will provide permanent status to illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally as minors, as well as to those living in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status, Newsweek reported.

Joe Biden accused of plagiarizing parts of new climate platform

#PedoAndAPlagiarist: Joe Biden accused of plagiarizing parts of new climate platform | 04 June 2019 | Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is facing claims that his campaign plagiarized at least five parts of the climate platform released on Tuesday. The apparent similarities were first flagged on Twitter by a progressive activist. By Tuesday afternoon, most of the examples in the Biden campaign platform had been updated online to include attribution to a third party. "The paragraph in Joe Biden's climate plan about carbon capture and sequestration includes language that is remarkably similar to items published previously by the Blue Green Alliance and the Carbon Capture Coalition," Josh Nelson, the vice president of CREDOmobile, tweeted earlier in the day... Nelson pointed out on Twitter that the Blue Green Alliance used that same language in a 2017 letter.

Joe Biden's 'Green New Deal:' Billions In Corporate Welfare to Construct New Nuclear Reactors

Insane in the membrane: Joe Biden's 'Green New Deal:' Billions In Corporate Welfare to Construct New Nuclear Reactors --The Energy 202: Joe Biden vows to 'go well beyond' Obama with new climate plan | 04 June 2019 | Joe Biden finally unveiled his plan for addressing climate change...Biden's climate plan adopts the rhetoric -- and at times, many of the actual policy proposals -- of the Green New Deal resolution put forward this year by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), which calls on the nation to eliminate its carbon footprint by 2030... Nuclear energy: Unlike some of his Democratic rivals, Biden supports nuclear energy, calling for money to be put toward developing the new generation of small modular nuclear reactors. On the other side of the intraparty debate over nuclear is Bernie Sanders, who calls for a complete phaseout of nuclear energy over concerns of radioactive waste storage and the risk of meltdowns. [This is why the Deep State-owned media pimps #PedoJoe 24/7.]

Ex-school deputy Scot Peterson arrested on charges of neglect of duty in Parkland massacre

Ex-school deputy Scot Peterson arrested on charges of neglect of duty in Parkland massacre | 04 June 2019 | Scot Peterson, the school security officer branded a coward for his inaction during the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been arrested for neglect of duty, Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony announced Tuesday. Peterson, 56, had been nationally heckled and vilified for failing to confront the former student who [allegedly] gunned down and killed 17 students and staff at the Parkland school on Feb. 14, 2018. Peterson has been booked into the Broward Main Jail on 11 criminal charges, including child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury. He also was fired.

Pushback against 5G wireless spreads to at least 7 Pacific Northwest cities

Pushback against 5G wireless spreads to at least 7 Pacific Northwest cities | 03 June 2019 | Activists are asking city or county governments of at least seven Pacific Northwest communities to defy the federal government. They want to stop the deployment of next-generation [deadly] 5G cellular service. But the Federal Communications Commission and Trump administration have made the speedy rollout of faster wireless networks a national priority...Dozens of cities including Eugene, Portland, Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, Gig Harbor, Seattle and its Eastside suburbs have sued the FCC over the drive to accelerate 5G deployment. The legal cases have been consolidated for argument at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals later this year.

Ukranian activist with neo-Nazi links joins Facebook as public policy manager

Ukranian activist with neo-Nazi links joins Facebook as public policy manager | 04 June 2019 | A Ukrainian activist who rejoiced at the sight of 48 anti-Maidan protesters burning to death in Odessa in 2014 has been hired by Facebook [FaCIAbook] ostensibly to combat Russian 'disinformation'. [Deep State terrorist] Kateryna Kruk will be working out of Warsaw in her new role as Facebook's public policy manager for Ukraine. While Kruk's immediate duties are not clear, the announcement was met with enthusiasm by her followers, hoping she would unleash a crackdown on 'Kremlin trolls'. Kruk has an unequivocal anti-Russian reputation, having written for several international publications and on Twitter.

Judge orders Paul Manafort to be transferred to New York City's notorious Rikers Island

Insane: Judge orders Paul Manafort to be transferred to New York City's notorious Rikers Island --A New York State judge ordered the transfer at the request of New York City District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr. Manafort will be held in solitary confinement for his own protection, the source said. | 04 June 2019 | Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman who was sentenced earlier this year to four years in prison for tax and bank fraud related to his work advising Ukrainian politicians, will be transferred later this week from a minimum security facility in Pennsylvania to New York City's Rikers Island, a source close to Manafort told Fox News. Rikers Island is the famous jail in the shadow of LaGuardia Airport. It has been the temporary home of some of the most high-profile violent criminals in the city, including David Berkowitz, the Son of Sam..."He's not a mob boss," the source close to Manafort said.

Judge rejects House Democrats' attempt to block Trump use of military funds for border wall

Judge rejects House Democrats' attempt to block Trump use of military funds for border wall | 03 June 2019 | A federal judge has ruled against congressional Democrats who sought to temporarily stop the president from using military funds for a border wall. Judge Trevor McFadden, a Trump appointee, ruled that House Democrats cannot go to court to block Trump from using military funds to build the border wall "because the Constitution grants the House no standing to litigate these claims." "To be clear, the Court does not imply that Congress may never sue the Executive to protect its powers," McFadden wrote.

Accused Virginia Beach Shooter Was Discharged From the National Guard for Reasons Undisclosed

Accused Virginia Beach Shooter Was Discharged From the National Guard for Reasons Undisclosed --MKUltra? | 03 June 2019 | While police have vowed to utter the name of the suspected Virginia Beach shooter only once out of respect to the victims to tamp down questions and significantly diminish the amount of immediate research done on the web, many of those who've had personal interactions with long-time city worker DeWayne Craddock will likely have a harder time forgetting it--especially since they say he gave no signs of the impending carnage that would leave 12 of his coworkers dead. Prior to the rampage, Craddock had no criminal history apart from several traffic violations over the years, court records show. He graduated with a degree in civil engineering from Old Dominion University in Virginia, and enlisted in the Virginia National Guard in 1996. As part of the guard, he was assigned to the First Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment, in Norfolk, Virginia, as a cannon crew member, according to a state National Guard spokesman. He was discharged in 2002 at the rank of specialist for reasons the National Guard would not disclose. [Pretty soon, no "shooters" names will be uttered at all, so these false flags can be completely fabricated and no one will question them. --LRP]

Bubonic plague (aka The Black Death) probably already here, in Los Angeles, says Dr. Drew

Bubonic plague (aka The Black Death) probably already here, in Los Angeles, says Dr. Drew | 01 June 2019 | The Black Plague. The Black Death. The all-time global pandemic was so devastating, and so frightening, that hundred of years later, even the name still conjures fear and anxiety...And worse, it's here. Along with typhus, typhoid and more, because the city is covered in trash, rats, and feces. This week, Dr. Drew Pinsky talked to Fox News Channel's Laura Ingraham about the appalling conditions in the city of Los Angeles, where public health risks are myriad, deadly serious, and unbelievably, getting worse..."This is unbelievable. I can't believe I live in a city--this is not third-world, Laura. This is medieval." he said. "Third-world countries are insulted if they are accused of being like this. No city on earth tolerates this. The entire population is at risk."

San Antonio leaders, residents outraged after 97-year-old former mayor isn't allowed to vote

San Antonio leaders, residents outraged after 97-year-old former mayor isn't allowed to vote | 31 May 2019 | Outrage over Texas's voter ID law was reignited in San Antonio on Thursday after the city's 97-year-old former mayor was turned away from a polling site for lack of identification. Lila Cockrell was one of more than 12,000 people who flocked to the polls Wednesday to vote in San Antonio's mayoral runoffs, but she didn't get to cast a ballot when she couldn't present an authorized form of ID. "I'm 97, I don't drive anymore," said Cockrell, San Antonio's first female mayor...Officials from the Texas Department of Public Safety also went to her Terrell Heights condo Thursday to help her submit paperwork for a DPS-issued ID.

Clyburn says he thinks House will eventually impeach Trump

Clyburn says he thinks House will eventually impeach Trump | 02 June 2019 | House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) said Sunday he believes President Trump will be impeached "at some point" but that Democrats must first build a case for impeachment. Clyburn, the third-ranking Democrat in House leadership, offered the remarks in an interview on CNN's "State of the Union." When Tapper asked Clyburn if he thought Democrats would launch impeachment proceedings against Trump, he said, "Yes, that's exactly what I feel."

British foreign secretary says he wouldn't block extradition of Julian Assange

British foreign secretary says he wouldn't block extradition of Julian Assange | 02 June 2019 | The U.K.'s top diplomat said he would not stand in the way of Julian Assange's extradition to the U.S., a move the Justice Department has requested since the WikiLeaks founder was expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy in London and arrested by British authorities in April. Pressed on the U.S. government's extradition request for Assange, British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, one of the high-profile Conservative politicians vying to replace outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May, expressed no sympathy for Assange and said he would not block an extradition if he was chosen to lead the British government. "Well, we would have to follow our own legal processes, just as the U.S. has to follow its own legal processes," Hunt told "Face the Nation" Sunday. "But would I want to stand in the way of Julian Assange facing justice? No, I would not."

UN warns against extraditing Assange to US

UN warns against extraditing Assange to US --Top torture official points to 'real risk of serious violations of his human rights' | 31 May 2019 | Sending Julian Assange to face US justice would amount to "life sentence without parole" and even risk the death penalty, the UN's top official on torture has said, adding to the pressure on the British government over the WikiLeaks founder's extradition. Nils Melzer, the UN's special rapporteur on torture, said that if Assange was sent to the US, he would be "exposed to a real risk of serious violations of his human rights". Mr Melzer also attacked what he called "a relentless and unrestrained campaign of public mobbing, intimidation and defamation against Assange" in the UK, US, Sweden and Ecuador, including by politicians and members of the judiciary.

1 killed in 'Israeli missile strike' on Syrian airbase in Homs, day after IDF raids

1 killed in 'Israeli missile strike' on Syrian airbase in Homs, day after IDF raids | 02 June 2019 | Several missiles have been fired at Syrian Arab Air Force Tiyas Airbase, located in the Homs Governorate, killing at least one soldier, just a day after Israel conducted raids against multiple Syrian military targets. Two projectiles were intercepted by the air defense systems, activated to address the threat. However, at least one person was killed and two others injured, Sana reports. Infrastructure and equipment at the facility, also known as the T-4 Airbase, also suffered damage in what appears to be an Israeli attack, military sources said.

ISIS claims responsibility for triple bombing in Kabul that killed 2, injured 24

ISIS claims responsibility for triple bombing in Kabul that killed 2, injured 24 | 02 June 2019 | Three bombs hit the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday killing at least two people and leaving 24 others injured, officials said. The first bomb was on a bus carrying university students, before two roadside blasts struck. Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS [but still I-CIA-SIS]) claimed responsibility for the Kabul attacks, saying the bus was allegedly transporting minority Shiite Muslims and that they had set up the subsequent explosives to go off as security forces and journalists gathered in response to the first blast.

Soros, Wallace Help Bankroll Dark Money Fund Aimed at Midwestern Voters

Soros, Wallace Help Bankroll Dark Money Fund Aimed at Midwestern Voters | 01 June 2019 | Liberal billionaires George Soros and Scott Wallace are helping bankroll a new fund hosted by an intricate dark money organization and focused on helping Democrats make inroads with midwestern voters for the 2020 elections. The deep-pocketed donors moved the money from the Open Society Foundations, Soros's foundation, and the Wallace Global Fund, Wallace's foundation, to the newly launched Heartland Fund...Soros's Open Society Foundations, however, is not mentioned in a Heartland Fund release on the collaborative, and the total amounts given by the groups are not known.

Julian Assange subjected to psychological torture, UN expert says

Julian Assange subjected to psychological torture, UN expert says | 31 May 2019 | Julian Assange has suffered "prolonged exposure to psychological torture", the UN's torture expert has said. Nils Melzer urged Britain not to extradite the Wikileaks founder, warning that his human rights would be violated and that he is not fit to stand trial. He also accused "several democratic states" of a "concerted effort to break [Assange's] will".

Florida Rep. Gaetz hit with drink outside town hall event

Florida Rep. Gaetz hit with drink outside town hall event | 01 June 2019 | Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) was hit with a drink outside a town hall event in Pensacola, Fla. on Saturday as he left the venue. Video of the incident posted on Twitter shows the Florida congressman leaving the event while flanked on both sides by a crowd of protesters when a drink flies out of the crowd, appearing to strike Gaetz on the right arm. A spokesperson for Gaetz told The Hill in an email that protesters who cause violence at Gaetz's town halls could expect to be prosecuted.

Judge denies Facebook's motion to dismiss Cambridge Analytica lawsuit in DC

Judge denies Facebook's motion to dismiss Cambridge Analytica lawsuit in DC | 01 June 2019 | A judge late Friday night denied Facebook's motion to dismiss a lawsuit from the Washington, D.C., government arguing the social media giant harmed city residents by failing to protect their data. D.C. Superior Court Judge Fern Flanagan Saddler decided the case could proceed, rejecting arguments from Facebook that D.C. does not have proper jurisdiction over the California-based social media behemoth that operates around the world. Saddler also rejected Facebook's request to stay the proceedings pending another class-action case against Facebook in California over similar issues.

Pelosi slams Facebook as 'willing enabler' of Russia despite owning up to $1M in company's stock

Pelosi slams Facebook as 'willing enabler' of Russia despite owning up to $1M in company's stock | 31 May 2019 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has slammed Facebook, calling it a "willing enabler of Russian interference in our election," despite owning shares in the social networking company worth as much as $1 million. The California Democrat attacked California-based Facebook after the platform refused to take down a three-minute doctored video of her that was reportedly slowed down... prompting critics to claim it made Pelosi seem impaired or senile. As of early Friday the video remained available on a conservative Facebook page where it has garnered millions of views, more than 30,000 comments and 11,000 reactions since being uploaded there last week.

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