Glitch /glitch Hackers, Stocks, Technology Glitches Tue, 31 Jan 2017 18:02:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Same Associated Press caught pushing fake news about Donald Trump now pushing fake science about vaccines /glitch/2017-01-31-same-associated-press-caught-pushing-fake-news-about-donald-trump-is-now-pushing-fake-science-about-vaccines /glitch/2017-01-31-same-associated-press-caught-pushing-fake-news-about-donald-trump-is-now-pushing-fake-science-about-vaccines#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 The medical establishment, in collusion with the establishment media, has for decades pushed the narrative that vaccines are all good, never bad, and absolutely vital to keeping disease and pestilence at bay. No dissenting opinions are allowed, even when they are based on sound, duplicable research.

Now, the stranglehold of the medical/media/government cabal may be about to be broken, and the establishment is up in arms trying to discredit the man who is leading the charge for medical honesty and truth: President Donald J. Trump.

Though our new leader has said nothing about getting rid of vaccines altogether, the cabal is nevertheless in panic mode. In recent days, the poster child for pushing the medical establishment’s viewpoint while working to de-legitimize counter-viewpoints, The Associated Press, breathlessly reported that Trump had asked a “vaccine skeptic” to “probe” their “safety,” which is “alarming doctors.” (RELATED: See the latest news and information on vaccines at

The AP noted:

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. met with Trump at Trump Tower in New York on Tuesday, and told reporters that he had agreed to lead the effort, whatever form it takes.

“President-elect Trump has some doubts about the current vaccine policies and he has questions about it,” Kennedy said, adding that “we ought to be debating the science.”

To pediatricians, there’s nothing left to debate.

That’s the standard view doctors are taught in medical school: Everything surrounding vaccines is “settled;” there is nothing new at all under the sun to learn about them.

It’s a good thing Christopher Columbus never believed the “flat earth” theory, isn’t it? Had he believed it, the “new world” may not have been discovered for a few more centuries (actually, some people still believe it is flat).

If science is anything, it is never settled. With the exception of a few constants (the Earth is round; the sun is a star; etc.), any scientist worth his or her salt will tell you that, especially when it comes to human/drug interaction, there is always something new to learn. (RELATED: What’s new on the science front? Discover it now at

So, why isn’t that the case when it comes to vaccines? Who can honestly say that we’ve learned all we can possibly learn on the subject?

In fact, the medical/media/government cabal isn’t as interested in “learning” more about vaccines as it is in maintaining some secrets about them. One such secret is the inclusion of a mercury-laced neurotoxin, thimerosal, in many vaccines – something Natural News founder Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and citizen-scientist, discovered for himself just a few years ago.

As for Kennedy, he has conducted massive amounts of research about vaccine injury and safety, even authoring a well-researched book.

Neil Z. Miller, author of Millers Review of Critical Vaccine Studies – 400 Important Scientific Papersfound this:

“From 1991 to 1999, the number of children requiring special education services for autism increased by 500%. This study investigated the link between developmental disability in children 1-9 years of age and prior infant vaccination with 3 doses of the newly recommended mercury-containing hepatitis B vaccine. Boys who received 3 doses of the mercury-containing hepatitis B vaccine during infancy were nearly 9 times more likely (OR=8.63) than unvaccinated boys to need early intervention services, a proxy for developmental disability. This study provides strong evidence toward answering the Institute of Medicine’s open question about whether there is a link between mercury-containing vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders.”

Clearly, as Trump has indicated, vaccine science is far from settled, as is the issue of vaccine safety. Stay up to date on the fake science lies of the mainstream media at the Media Fact Watch website.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for Natural News and News Target, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.


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Wacky liberals blame Trump for their weight gain /glitch/2017-01-31-wacky-liberals-blaming-trump-for-their-weight-gain /glitch/2017-01-31-wacky-liberals-blaming-trump-for-their-weight-gain#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 It is incredibly ironic that leftists — who have spent the past eight years saying, “Thanks, Obama,” as a way to poke fun at those who blame the president for things that he has no control over — are now blaming President Donald J. Trump for things that are completely out of his control. Just when you thought the Regressive Left couldn’t get any more ridiculous, they one up themselves once again by blaming their unflattering weight gain on the election of Donald Trump.

No, this isn’t satire. People are actually trying to blame the fact that Middle America elected Trump as the next president of the United States for their poor eating and exercising habits. While it is hilarious that anyone is silly enough to think that they are fat because a certain politician was elected, it’s also extremely frustrating that liberals once again are refusing to take responsibility for their actions.

That has been the entire story of the 2016 presidential election, though. The Regressive Left hasn’t accepted responsibility for anything — which is precisely why there is a very good chance that Trump will be a two-term president. Instead of learning from their mistakes, realizing that ignoring the heartland of America is a terrible political move and doing everything they can to resolve the issue, the leftists just continue to pass the buck and make ridiculous excuses.

And that’s exactly what these excuses are — ridiculous. Beth Teitell of The Boston Globe reports, “In the diet world, the effect of Trump’s victory can be seen clearly in the data — not from famed statistician Nate Silver, but from the Lose It! diet app, which claims 2 million active users. The weight loss app always sees a drop-off in users from Tuesday to Wednesday — resolve weakens as the week progresses — but the Wednesday following Election Day saw a fall-off four times as large as usual.” (RELATED: Discover more hilarious examples of fake science reporting at

It’s no surprise that these people are not concerned with their health. They are the same people that convince themselves that being grossly overweight has no effect on one’s physical well-being. They are the same people that believe that doctors are “body-shaming” by telling patients that they need to lose weight in order to reach an optimal level of fitness. Now, instead of admitting that they are addicted to eating junk, have no self-control and are excessively lazy, the leftists are trying to blame the fear of Donald Trump’s presidency for their weight gain. (See more examples of the incredible stupidity of the Left at

America is currently going through a lot of changes and two of the things that need to change in regards to our culture are the lack of personal responsibility and the unbelievably poor eating habits. We need to be much healthier in both mental and physical regards and that’s why we have to clean up our collective behavior.

2017 needs to be the year of fixing the cultural and societal issues that have plagued our country for the past few decades — and we cannot begin that process if Donald Trump continues to be the exploited as the cause for all of the world’s problems, whether they be personal or not.


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New NYC bills would finally limit warrant-less use of surveillance drones /glitch/2017-01-31-new-nyc-bills-would-finally-limit-warrant-less-use-of-surveillance-drones /glitch/2017-01-31-new-nyc-bills-would-finally-limit-warrant-less-use-of-surveillance-drones#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Bills have been introduced in the New York legislature that would limit the warrant-less use of surveillance drones. This legislation would help thwart the federal surveillance state, and establish much needed privacy protections at the state level. The bill was introduced by a bipartisan coalition of six representatives on Jan 9, and the companion bill was introduced on Jan 6.

Under the new legislation, drone surveillance would require a warrant for most applications. The bills do, however, offer some exceptions to warrant requirements. Permissible exceptions include patrolling the nation’s borders to enforce immigration law, or as a counter measures to a high risk terror situation. Any evidence that is gathered illegally from drones would be inadmissible in a court of law.

As reported by the Tenth Amendmend Center, the bill states, “No law enforcement agency or a state, county or municipal agency shall use a drone or other unmanned aircraft to gather, store or collect evidence of any type, including audio or video recordings, or both, or other information pertaining to criminal conduct or conduct in violation of a statute or regulation except to the extent specifically authorized in a valid search warrant; provided, however, that the use of a drone by a law enforcement agency or a state, county or municipal agency is not prohibited when exigent circumstances exist.” (RELATED: Learn more about drones at

The proposed law would only apply to the state, but throws a wrench in the works of some federal programs. Much of the funding for state and local drones comes from the federal government, and is in violation of the constitution. Therefore, federal agencies use fusion centers and an information sharing federal program to tap into information collected by state and local law enforcement agencies.

The ISE serves as a channel for sharing information obtained without a warrant. According to their website, they provide necessary information for national security enhancements to analysts, operators and investigators, all of whom need to collaborate and share information among themselves, the private sector and with foreign allies.

The government funds and encourages a drone network at state and local levels in the U.S. It therefore has access to a huge data pool on Americans without having had to expend its resources to collect that information. When restrictions on drone use are placed at the state and local levels, it restricts the amount of data available for the feds to access. This represents a victory for privacy, and a setback to the surveillance state. Before the legislation can move forward through the process, however, it will still have to pass through the respective committees for a majority vote.

New Hampshire released a similar bill

Proposed legislation in New Hampshire would end any state cooperation with the feds in spying without a warrant. Passing it will help hinder unconstitutional federal surveillance. The state and its political subdivisions would be prohibited from collecting data to assist a federal agency unless there was a warrant issued. The information sharing environment program currently facilitates the feds in tracking the movements and data of Americans, including phone calls, emails, web browser history and text messages – all without warrants, probable cause or the knowledge of affected citizens. If the bill passes in New Hampshire, the feds will lose state and local assistance. (RELATED: Find more NSA news at

The NSA passes information to police through the DEA’s Special Operations Divisions. The cases rarely involve national security issues, and focus more on non-terror related criminal investigations. The NSA collects and stores data, which is used to build profiles. The agency has encouraged state and local law enforcement agencies to violate citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights, and uses the ill-obtained information on a daily basis to conduct its investigations.

This is one of the biggest threats to our constitutional republic.


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The one simple message every crybaby snowflake needs to hear: NO, you are not special by default /glitch/2017-01-31-the-message-every-crybaby-snowflake-needs-to-hear-no-you-are-not-special-by-default /glitch/2017-01-31-the-message-every-crybaby-snowflake-needs-to-hear-no-you-are-not-special-by-default#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Every mature person in America is fed up with all the “snowflake” crybullies, whiners and “faux outrage” activists screaming and protesting on cue with blind obedience.

So today, I’ve released a message that every “snowflake” needs to hear:

NO, you are not special by default. You are not remarkable simply for existing. There’s nothing whatsoever that makes you unique when you obediently believe everything the unhinged “consensus” tells you to believe.

Conformity is not diversity. Hatred is not tolerance. Consensus is not fact. (See meme graphic below.)

And no, you are not special by default, and there is nothing between your legs that’s special, either. You’re just the same as everyone else until you start to achieve something worth celebrating by rejecting the mindless obedience of the status quo and start thinking for yourself.

It’s time to tell all the snowflakes how incredibly misguided, intolerant, bigoted and pathetic they really are

In today’s podcast, I explain all this to the “snowflake” who have been brainwashed into thinking that conformity is diversity, and that being “special” means mind-melding with the collectivist hive to think, speak and talk just like everyone else. The most important message these snowflakes need to hear is “NO! You are not unique, you are not special, you are not remarkable and you are not valuable to any free society until you learn to think for yourself.”

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State of Massachusetts caught using falsified lab tests in convictions; thousands exonerated after fake science exposed /glitch/2017-01-31-state-of-massachusetts-caught-using-falsified-lab-tests-convictions-thousands-exonerated-fake-science /glitch/2017-01-31-state-of-massachusetts-caught-using-falsified-lab-tests-convictions-thousands-exonerated-fake-science#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Recently, the state’s highest court ordered prosecutors to drop a significant portion of the more than 24,000 drug convictions to resolve a scandal – where thousands of people were wrongfully convicted on drug charges in Massachusetts – that has plagued the legal system since 2012.

For years, a state-employed chemist named Annie Dookhan has falsified drug lab tests to jail innocent people on the basis of fake science. Superiors systematically ignored several red flags on Dookhan. In 2012, she finally admitted to falsifying drug test results during her nine years at the Massachusetts state lab and was imprisoned in 2013. During her career, she marked tens of thousands of reports as ‘positive’ for illegal substances without testing them. She even added cocaine to sample results when no cocaine was present, The Free Thought Project reported. (RELATED: See more news about police state tyranny at

“Innocent persons were incarcerated, guilty persons have been released to further endanger the public, millions and millions of public dollars are being expended to deal with the chaos Ms. Dookhan created, and the integrity of the criminal justice system has been shaken to the core,” Judge Carol S. Ball stated at sentencing.

Fake science run by bad government has ruined thousands of lives

Since the shocking revelations in 2012, roughly 1,500 of the ‘Dookhan’ convictions were overturned. But over 24,000 people affected by the fake science lab results remained on parole or in prison, and many more were denied jobs and housing due to their criminal records.

Some were even exiled from the U.S. based on the falsified results – including Jose Aguasvivas who was stopped by customs officials at the airport in San Juan, P.R, in 2009. After spending nine months in detention centers, he was deported to the Dominican Republic. Years later, in 2012, he found out that his conviction was invalid and hoped to be reunited with his wife Honelia, who stayed behind in the U.S. Unfortunately, they still had a three-year legal battle ahead of them. (See more news of bizarre but true events at

Meanwhile, Aguasvivas was forced to remain in his hometown as a deportee. He missed the birth of his grandchildren, couldn’t find a job since everyone in the town assumed he was a dangerous criminal, and his wife had to move out of the apartment and take credit cards to be able to visit her husband. In May 2016, after charges for possession of cocaine and heroin with intent to distribute were dismissed, he could finally return to his family in the U.S.

In the wake of a laboratory scandal of unprecedented magnitude

Despite Justice saying these cases involved “egregious government misconduct,” state prosecutors were fighting to keep the convictions in place. They sent cryptic, confusing letters to the defendants to inform them of their right to appeal their case individually. Most of these people, however, were poor and could not afford a lawyer to defend their case. And if they could afford to go to court, the case-by-case approach was moving at an unacceptable crawl.

Aguasvivas’ lawyer, Jennifer Klein of the Immigration Impact Unit, said that in Jose’s case it took three years, three attorneys, and an incredibly bright and aggressive wife to remove Jose’s conviction. This is an enormous amount of man-hours and resources that most people can’t muster, she added.

The confusion and injustice prompted the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to get involved.

“It’s as though the state is almost addicted to prosecuting its way out of the problem of drug abuse,” said Mathew Segal, legal director of the ACLU of Massachusetts. “The addiction is so strong that the state won’t even walk away from convictions tainted by fraud. And they could walk away. Prosecutors could walk away from these cases right now.”

Nonetheless, it took the state’s high court four years to finally put an end to most of the injustice caused by Annie Dookhan. Thousands of people, however, already served their time in jail for a non-crime, but at least now they can move on with their life without a conviction on their name.

The problem is not only limited to Massachusetts. Similar scandals and fraudulent test results emerge in other states, including New Jersey and Texas. (RELATED: See more examples of corruption in science and medicine at


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National Intelligence Council Report warns that genetic engineering poses unprecedented threat to the world /glitch/2017-01-31-national-intelligence-council-report-warns-that-genetic-engineering-poses-unprecedented-threat-to-the-world /glitch/2017-01-31-national-intelligence-council-report-warns-that-genetic-engineering-poses-unprecedented-threat-to-the-world#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Values-based disagreements over genetic engineering are likely to be a major source of conflict between states in the coming decades, warns a recent report from the National Intelligence Council.

“How people think about the very nature of life and how people love and hate is likely to be challenged by major technological advances in understanding and efforts to manipulate human anatomy, which will spark strong divisions between people, country, and regions,” the report reads.

The National Intelligence Council provides long-term strategic analysis for the U.S. intelligence community and the Director of National Intelligence.

The more advanced the technologies of genetic engineering and human bodily modification become, the less likely that different nations will be able to find common ground, the report says.

Deciding for the world

A recent editorial by Gizmodo summarizes the problem like this: different countries and cultures have different values about the limits that should be placed on biotechnology. But it only takes one country to allow a technology into the world that others consider untested, dangerous, or morally repugnant.

“If modern science can … defy the boundaries of borders, who exactly should be charged with deciding what science to unleash upon the world?” Gizmodo asks.

The editorial cites two current examples of such controversies. The first concerns biotech company Oxitec, which has genetically engineered male mosquitoes to carry a gene that will kill all of their offspring. These mosquitoes have already been released into the wild in some countries, such as Brazil, in efforts to suppress the population of mosquitoes that transmit dengue fever.

Suppose, the editorial asks, Canada approves the GM mosquito and the United States does not? Eventually, mosquitoes from Canada will find their way into the United States, regulatory approval or not. Thus in this scenario, Canada’s regulators would have, de facto, overruled the U.S. decision.

Similarly, scientists worldwide have warned of the dangers of germline modification of human beings — that is, making modifications to human sperm, eggs, or embryos. Because these “germline” cells eventually differentiate into every cell in the body, changes to them can hypothetically affect any organ system, making it nearly impossible to predict their effects. These changes are then also passed on to future generations without their consent. (RELATED: Stay up to date on genetically modified foods at

Critics also warn that germline modification begins a slippery slope toward “designer babies” or genetically engineered “superhumans,” ideas which have major social ramifications and are widely unpopular.

Scientists and ethicists have repeatedly called for a moratorium on germline modification research. But recently, the United Kingdom announced a framework for licensing clinics to perform a type of germline modification known as mitochondrial replacement, or three-parent IVF. This led Newsweek to suggest that British scientists are unilaterally “deciding the future of humanity.”

Is cooperation impossible?

The Gizmodo editorial suggests that perhaps an international legal framework is needed to regulate genetic engineering, but admits that this may be a pipe dream.

The major challenge is that different countries have dramatically different attitudes toward biotechnology. The US government is heavily pro-GMO, for example, while many European countries have banned GMO crops and require labeling of GMO foods.

“I’m skeptical about the ability of an international body to reflect the very different conditions and, more importantly, cultures of different countries,” Stanford bioethicist Hank Greely said.

“When countries want different things,” he said, “international bodies typically end up being ineffective, often with mandates sufficiently vague that everyone could agree to them but that no one will be particularly bound by them.”

This phenomenon was on display at a recent meeting of the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity. Activists had called for a global moratorium on a biotechnology technique known as gene drive, in which a genetic modification is designed to completely take over in a wild population. Despite the fact that bioethicists regularly raise warnings about the implications of gene drive and that a UN resolution would have been non-binding, the UN refused to issue a comment on the subject.

Likely this reluctance came, in part, from the influence of countries with powerful biotech industries.

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Police warn of latest phone scam: “Can you hear me?” question ensnares you into expensive mistake /glitch/2017-01-31-police-warn-of-latest-phone-scam-can-you-hear-me-question-ensnares-you-into-expensive-mistake /glitch/2017-01-31-police-warn-of-latest-phone-scam-can-you-hear-me-question-ensnares-you-into-expensive-mistake#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 “Can you hear me?” It is a simple question, but police say answering it could make you the victim of a scam.

(Article by Misty from

Police in Virginia are now warning about the scam, which has also been recently reported in Florida, and, in 2016, in Pennsylvania.  

“Anytime you become victim to a crime, you just feel violated,” said Officer Jo Ann Hughes with the Norfolk Police Department.

Here’s how it works – police say you’ll receive a phone call from a number you do not know.

“Usually it has a familiar area code,” Hughes told KTLA sister station WTKR, making the potential victim more likely to answer the call.

Police say after you answer the phone, a person – or automated recording – on the other end of the line introduces themselves and their business.

“That kind of warms you up,” Hughes said.

After the introduction comes the question, “Can you hear me?”

“All of us, our natural response is to say, ‘Yes,’ or ‘Sure,’ or ‘Yes I can,’” said Hughes, but she says this is exactly what you do not want to do.

Police say scammers record your “yes” response. In one variation of the scam documented by the Better Business Bureau in October 2016, the criminals may pretend to be from a cruise line or home security company and will later bill you for products or services you never asked for.

If you try to deny the charges, the scammers will playback your verbal confirmation “yes” and threaten to take legal action if you don’t pay.

In another variation, scammers may use the recording to authorize charges on a stolen credit card or with a utility company by tricking an automated system, according to CBS News. The con artists may have already stolen other personal information through a data breach that would allow them to pass the security checks.

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Are we approaching a post-antibiotic future? Chemical medicine reaches “end game” terminal failure /glitch/2017-01-30-are-we-approaching-a-post-antibiotic-future-chemical-medicine-end-game /glitch/2017-01-30-are-we-approaching-a-post-antibiotic-future-chemical-medicine-end-game#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 As multi-drug resistance continues to spread throughout bacterial populations, we seem inexorably headed toward a future in which antibiotics cease to be of any use whatsoever, experts have warned.

Antibiotic resistance is a natural product of bacterial evolution. Throughout their history, many bacteria have evolved some degree of resistance to toxic chemicals in their environments, which include the defensive chemicals that other organisms produce against them — the very chemicals that antibiotics are based on. So, when a bacterial population is exposed to antibiotics, all the vulnerable organisms die, leaving only the drug-resistant ones to pass their genes on to the next generation.

But this process has been dramatically accelerated by irresponsible use of antibiotics to treat viral infections or non-dangerous bacterial infections, and particularly by the use of antibiotics as growth-promoters in livestock.

‘Nightmare bacteria’

The future was foreshadowed by a shocking case in August, of a 70-year old woman who was admitted to a Reno hospital suffering septic shock from an infection of Klebsiella pneumoniae. After she died from the infection — which failed to respond to antibiotic treatment — samples of the bacteria were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for analysis.

Researchers found that the strain of K. pneumoniae was resistant to all 26 antibiotics approved for human use in the United States, including the “drug of last resort,” colistin.

K. pneumoniae is naturally present in the gut, and typically only causes infection in people who are weakened by injury or disease, such as hospital patients. The woman had initially acquired the infection while hospitalized for a broken leg in India. Thus, the “nightmare bacteria,” as the CDC calls it, does not appear to be endemic to the United States — yet.

“The ease of global travel does mean that such cases will increase,” said David Brown, chief scientist at Antibiotic Research UK.

The end of modern medicine

The post-antibiotic future may arrive faster than anyone expected, for one simple reason: All antibiotics are derived from only a handful of separate chemical types. And once bacteria develop resistance to one drug, that resistance rapidly generalizes to every drug in the same class.

Additionally, pharmaceutical companies have largely abandoned research into new antibiotics due to low profit margins.

But, ultimately, even the development of new drugs would only slow the end of antibiotic-based medicine. Experts warn that only widespread changes in antibiotic use, including an end to routine use in animal agriculture, can truly stop the problem.

In 2015, World Health Organization head, Margaret Chan, warned that without these changes, we will enter “a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections will once again kill.”

This era will likely arrive within the lifetimes of many people who are alive today. According to projections by the British government’s Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, by 2050, superbugs will be killing 10 million people per year, more than the deaths from cancer and diabetes combined. That is 10 times the number being killed by these infections today. In some countries, such as Nigeria, it is predicted that superbugs will be responsible for a quarter of all deaths by that same year.

Notably, these numbers count deaths from only six drug-resistant pathogens (though not all of them are bacteria): K. pneumoniae, E. coli, MRSA, HIV, TB and malaria.

A post-antibiotic world will not just mean that people will die from infections that can now be treated. It will mean that many now-routine medical procedures will become impossible — including all surgeries, cancer treatments and organ transplants. The deaths caused by the loss of these medical treatments are also not included in the 10 million per year figure.

In Chan’s words, the loss of effective antibiotics will “mean the end of modern medicine as we know it.” (RELATED: See for breaking new on modern medicine’s failures and achievements.)

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Total hypocrisy: Obama routinely bombed 5 out of the 7 countries Trump just banned, but the media said nothing /glitch/2017-01-30-obama-bombed-5-out-of-the-7-countries-trump-just-banned-but-the-media-said-nothing /glitch/2017-01-30-obama-bombed-5-out-of-the-7-countries-trump-just-banned-but-the-media-said-nothing#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 While the lying media is freaking out over President Trump‘s (temporary) travel ban for seven Middle Eastern countries deemed security risks, they didn’t give a damn about Obama bombing them.

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Though the media is currently in a tizzy because Trump’s executive order held up around 300 people at airports, Obama’s bombings were reported as completely reasonable to bring about peace.

Out of the seven countries that were banned by President Trump last Friday, five were bombed by the Obama administration: Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya and Somalia.

1 Where were the George Soros funded organizations protesting the “nearly 100 attacks” that have occurred since 2009 in Yemen “resulting in the deaths of hundreds of militants, but also many civilians?”

Did Chuck Schumer shed a tear for the 62 Syrian troops killed and 100 more wounded that the Obama administration “accidentally bombed” in 2016?

Did Schumer openly weep when the Obama administration was “duped into attacking Somali troops” and killed 22 of them in an air strike late last year?

It’s fine for the Nobel Peace Prize winning President to bomb these people in their own countries, but for President Trump to temporarily prevent them from traveling to our country to keep America safe is “un-American” and “unconstitutional.”


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50 members of the Republican Study Committee implore Trump: “Fire the IRS chief” /glitch/2017-01-30-50-members-of-the-republican-study-committee-implore-trump-fire-the-irs-chief /glitch/2017-01-30-50-members-of-the-republican-study-committee-implore-trump-fire-the-irs-chief#respond Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 A few years ago, John Koskinen, head of the Internal Revenue Service when it was being weaponized by the Obama White House to target conservative organizations seeking tax-exempt status ahead of the 2012 election, repeatedly gave false and incomplete testimony to a series of congressional committees trying to get to the bottom of the scandal.

And now, dozens of Republican lawmakers in the House want President Donald J. Trump to do what the Congress itself could not: Fire him.

As reported exclusively by the Washington Examiner, 50 members of the House Republican Study Committee, a group of the most conservative members of Congress, want the new president to terminate Koskinen’s employment at the IRS – and as soon as possible.

Rep. Mark Walker, R-N.C., is expected to make the request as chairman of the RSC, after quietly, but urgently, circulating a letter inside the GOP conference to garner support.

Though Trump has already nominated most of his Cabinet, he has remained silent thus far on the fate of the IRS and its embattled chief. But conservatives are gunning hard for Koskinen after the way he allowed his agency to be hyper-politicized by the previous administration. (RELATED: Find out just how the bureaucracy is targeting average Americans today at

“You have the authority to remove Commissioner Koskinen,” Walker says in his letter to the president, adding that “we encourage you to dismiss him in the most expedient manner practicable.”

In October 2015, House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, drew up articles of impeachment against Koskinen. Since that time, conservatives have said that the IRS chief is guilty of interfering with a congressional investigation and aiding/abetting the continued targeting of conservative non-profit organizations.

In his letter, Walker reintroduces the same issue to the 115th Congress. He also heavily criticizes the IRS for “improperly targeting conservative groups,” and for failing to “demonstrate that officials have definitively ceased targeting conservative groups.” He is attempting to build on last year’s failed impeachment attempt that was launched by the House Freedom Caucus, the Washington Examiner reported.

“The consideration of the impeachment of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in the House in late 2016 was a clear indication that Congress and the American people have no confidence in Commissioner Koskinen or his ability to discharge his duties,” Walker wrote.

But that was then; when the nation was hyper-focused on the presidential race, the House Freedom Caucus attempted to force House Speaker Paul Ryan to pursue impeachment, but as he struggled to keep the Republican majority together, he pleaded with conservatives to wait until after the election to focus on personnel changes at IRS.

Unwilling to wait, on Dec. 5, Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, introduced a privileged resolution on the House floor in an attempt to force an impeachment vote. It failed due to a lack of leadership support. (RELATED: Keep up with the latest on the Trump administration at

AshLee Strong, a spokeswoman for Ryan, said the opposition to the effort had more to do with a scheduling conflict. “It would have triggered automatic consideration lasting into next year, filling up weeks of floor time and crippling our ability to hit the ground running on Trump administration confirmations and Obamacare repeal,” she said in a statement at the time.

But now, after a month of 2017, Republicans still have not voted on a measure to repeal Obamacare, and Koskinen still has his job. So Walker’s letter is the first to try to change that; if he’s not successful, Koskinen could stay on at the IRS until November 12, 2017.

For Chaffetz, the impeachment case was practically open-and-shut.

“When Congress asks you a question, you’re expected to give a truthful answer,” he said during opening remarks in making the case for Koskinen’s impeachment. “When Congress issues a subpoena, compliance is not optional. Imagine if a taxpayer failed to comply with an IRS summons or subpoena, what would they do to you?”

See his opening remarks below:

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for Natural News and News Target, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.


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