DoD Announces $250M to Ukraine

Insane! The U.S. deficit is $1.48 trillion, but the Nazis running Ukraine still get our tax dollars: DoD Announces $250M to Ukraine | 11 June 2020 | The Department of Defense announced today its plans for $250 million in Fiscal Year 2020 Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) funds for additional training, equipment, and advisory efforts... The USAI funds -- $125 million of which was conditional on Ukraine's progress on defense reforms -- will provide equipment to support ongoing training programs and operational needs. This includes capabilities to enhance Ukraine's defensive lethal capabilities and situational awareness in the maritime domain, air surveillance systems to monitor sovereign airspace, command and control and survivability of Ukraine's Land and Special Operations Forces through the provision of counter-artillery radars and tactical equipment, military medical treatment and combat evacuation procedures, and cyber defense and strategic communications...

Medium Bans Anti-Communist Writer Ashley Goldenberg for Listing Corporations Gone Woke

Medium Bans Anti-Communist Writer Ashley Goldenberg for Listing Corporations Gone Woke | 09 June 2020 | Medium, a platform that allows independent writers to publish articles and start blogs, banned conservative writer Ashley Goldenberg for publishing a list of businesses that have gone woke, supporting Black Lives Matter and the violent riots that have laid waste multiple American cities over the past two weeks. Goldenberg, previously known by her online pseudonym "Communism Kills," has previously worked for various conservative institutions, including the Media Research Center and Capital Research Center. Dozens of major American companies, including top Silicon Valley tech giants, have put out statements defending Black Lives Matter and the George Floyd protests over the past two weeks... Following Medium's decision to censor Goldenberg, a number of other sites including free-speech social network Gab republished the list [which needs to be updated, to include recent additions].

US Soccer to allow players to kneel during anthem

US Soccer to allow players to kneel during anthem | 10 June 2020 | U.S. Soccer's board of directors voted Wednesday to end the league's ban on kneeling during the national anthem as protests engulf the nation over the death of George Floyd. The Associated Press reported that board members moved to formally end the ban in a vote during a conference call Wednesday. News that the league was considering doing so was first reported by ESPN earlier this week, with President Cindy Parlow Cone reportedly driving the issue. The ban was enacted in 2017 after star player Megan Rapinoe knelt during the anthem in solidarity with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who began the practice as a means of protesting police brutality and racism.

Protesters in Virginia behead Confederate monument statues

Protesters in Virginia behead Confederate monument statues | 10 June 2020 | Protesters in Virginia beheaded four Confederate statues and pulled down another with a tow rope on Wednesday night. Photos and videos posted on Twitter showed a demonstrator taking a sledgehammer to the head of one of the statues on the Portsmouth Confederate monument... The Portsmouth City Council had set a July 28 hearing to decide on the monument's fate following demands that it be moved, according to local outlet 13News Now. But protesters took matters into their own hands, gathering at the monument and covering it in black, green and red spray paint on Wednesday afternoon.

Barr says familiar names among those DOJ is investigating in Durham probe, calls findings 'very troubling'

Barr says familiar names among those DOJ is investigating in Durham probe, calls findings 'very troubling' | 09 June 2020 | Attorney General Bill Barr told Fox News in an exclusive interview which aired Tuesday that Americans will be able to recognize "some" of the names under investigation as part of U.S. Attorney John Durham's ongoing probe into federal surveillance abuses -- and that he is "very troubled" by "what has been called to" his attention so far. Barr asserted that despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Durham team "has been working very aggressively to move forward," and that there "will be public disclosure" of his findings. The Justice Department's (DOJ's) watchdog has identified critical errors in every FBI wiretap application that it audited as part of the fallout from the Bureau's heavily flawed investigation into former Trump adviser Carter Page, who was surveilled during the campaign in part because of a largely discredited dossier funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Terry McAuliffe recorded saying Dems prefer Biden stay 'in the basement'

Terry McAuliffe recorded saying Dems prefer Biden stay 'in the basement' | 09 June 2020 | Top Joe Biden surrogate Terry McAuliffe told a videoconference meeting of Virginia Democrats over the weekend that the former vice president should remain in his basement -- where he has famously campaigned remotely during the coronavirus pandemic -- and that Democratic officials are broadly "preferring" that Biden stay out of the limelight. Fox News has obtained a video of McAuliffe's Norfolk comments, which came after Biden has made a series of gaffes in his already-limited public appearances as he social distanced from home -- including by declaring that African-Americans who support President Trump "ain't black." "People say all the time, 'Oh, we got to get the vice president out of the basement,'" McAuliffe told the "monthly breakfast" of the Norfolk City Democratic Committee. "He's fine in the basement. Two people see him a day: his two body people. That's it. Let Trump keep doing what Trump's doing."

Satellite images suggest COVID-19 started in the fall, not winter 2019, say Harvard researcher

Satellite images suggest COVID-19 started in the fall, not winter 2019, say Harvard researcher | 09 June 2020 | Satellite images of Wuhan hospitals' parking lots and search engine queries from the Chinese city suggest the COVID-19 outbreak started much earlier than previously thought, according to research from Harvard Medical School. Researchers used more than 110 satellite images of six hospitals located in Wuhan from between January 2018 to April 2020 as well as daily data for symptom-related searches such as "cough" and "diarrhoea" on Chinese search engine Baidu from Wuhan from April 2017 to May 2020. They found that "increased hospital traffic and symptom search data in Wuhan preceded the documented start of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in December 2019." They noted for instance that a "steep increase" in hospital occupancy as measured by the parking lot volume proxy was first observed in August 2019, culminating with a peak in December 2019.

Gun rights group overturns a Lamont emergency order that effectively blocked issuance of new firearms permits

Gun rights group overturns a Lamont emergency order that effectively blocked issuance of new firearms permits | 09 June 2020 | Connecticut gun rights advocates scored a victory Tuesday when a federal court said the Lamont administration and state police can no longer prevent citizens from obtaining gun permits by refusing -- because of the coronavirus pandemic -- to collect fingerprints from applicants. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer ruled for the Connecticut Citizens Defense League in its suit challenging as illegal a three-month old emergency, executive order by Gov. Ned Lamont that allows the state police to decide whether to take fingerprints during the pandemic. Fingerprinting is required before a gun permit can be issued.

Distraught Chicago officials heard on tape fuming over looting, riots: 'My ward is a s--t show'

Distraught Chicago officials heard on tape fuming over looting, riots: 'My ward is a s--t show' | 09 June 2020 | Distraught Chicago officials complained to Mayor Lori Lightfoot -- as looting and rioting in response to George Floyd’s death swept through the Windy City -- pleading for help and warning that the vulnerable had lost access to food and medicine. According to a tape obtained by WTTW News of an online conference call among the city's 50 aldermen and the mayor, one alderman could be heard weeping while others angrily decried what was going on in the city. "My ward is a s--t show," one alderman says. "They are shooting at the police." The call in Chicago was held Sunday, May 31. That day alone, there were 699 arrests -- primarily looters -- 132 officers injured, 48 shootings and 17 homicides, according to CBS Chicago, as well as widespread damage to businesses and other property.

COVID-19 virus has properties that have never been found in nature before

More evidence that the plandemic was synthesized in a Fauci-NIAID-funded Wuhan lab: COVID-19 virus has properties that have never been found in nature before | 08 June 2020 | Norwegian and British vaccine scientists have published unequivocal evidence that SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, is man-made. The authors state two conclusions: (1) the mutations that would normally be seen in the course of animal to human transmission have not occurred in SARS-CoV-2, indicating that it was fully "pre-adapted" for human infection and (2) SARS-CoV-2 has insertions in its protein sequence that have never been detected in nature and contribute to its infectivity and pathogenicity. That is, SARS-CoV-2 has a receptor binding domain specifically designed for the human angiotensin converting enzyme-2 receptor (ACE2) found in lungs, kidneys, intestines and blood vessels. In addition, SARS-CoV-2 has a furin polybasic cleavage site not found in any closely-related bat coronaviruses as well as other artificially inserted charged amino acids that enhance the virus's ability to bind to and enter human cells by forming "salt bridges" between the virus and the cell surface. Those modifications are key to understanding the unique transmissibility and potency of SARS-CoV-2.

David Dorn shooting: Arrest, murder charge announced in killing of retired St. Louis police captain

David Dorn shooting: Arrest, murder charge announced in killing of retired St. Louis police captain | 07 June 2020 | A man has been arrested and faces charges including murder in last week's shooting death of retired St. Louis police Capt. David Dorn amid riots and looting there, officials announced Sunday.

NYC man who threatened to burn down Diamond District charged with 'making terroristic threats,' police say

NYC man who threatened to burn down Diamond District charged with 'making terroristic threats,' police say | 07 June 2020 | A Brooklyn man who delivered a threat to New Yorkers during a live interview with Fox News on Saturday has been charged with multiple offenses, including making terroristic threats, police said. During the live interview Saturday afternoon, a man who identified himself as "Ace Burns" threatened to burn down the Diamond District if New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio did not meet with protesters and give the youth "some direction." ...Burns, 34, whose real name is Israel Burns, has been charged with one count each of making terroristic threats, aggravated harassment, and false reporting, NYPD said. He is now at central booking and has not been released.

NYPD, FBI Investigate Attack on Officers as Possible Terrorist Attack

NYPD, FBI Investigate Attack on Officers as Possible Terrorist Attack --Police official says suspect in ambush stabbing attack shouted 'Allahu akbar' | 06 June 2020 | The New York Police Department and the FBI are investigating the stabbing attack of a police officer last week as a possible terrorist attack, NYPD officials said Saturday. An NYPD officer guarding against looters in Brooklyn was stabbed in the neck and two other officers were shot during a chaotic chain of events on Wednesday night. The suspect, Dzenan Camovic, who is Muslim and lives in Brooklyn, shouted "Allahu akbar" before stabbing the officer on a street in a commercial district, police officials said...

NY Times execs 'take turns apologizing' to staff amid Tom Cotton op-ed uproar - report

The struggle sessions continue: NY Times execs 'take turns apologizing' to staff amid Tom Cotton op-ed uproar - report | 06 June 2020 | Top leadership at The New York Times reportedly took turns apologizing to its staff who were offended by the publishing of Sen. Tom Cotton's op-ed calling for troops to be sent to quell riots amid the George Floyd protests. The Daily Beast reported on Friday of an internal staff meeting that addressed what's been described as an "open revolt" where dozens of Times journalists took to social media to publicly condemned the GOP lawmaker's column, insisting it would put the lives of "black @NYTimes staff in danger." Times editorial page editor James Bennet offered an apology after he previously defended the paper's decision to run the "Send in the Troops" piece. "I just want to begin by saying I’m very sorry, I’m sorry for the pain that this particular piece has caused," Bennet said. "I do think this is a moment for me and for us to interrogate everything we do in opinion." [But see, even this act of ludicrous prostration wasn't enough for the mob. The next day - June 7 - Bennet resigned. That's why you should never kowtow to the mob. There's no amount of supplication to satisfy these terrorists, sociopaths, and whack-jobs. --LRP]

New York Times editorial page editor resigns amid staff fury over Senator Tom Cotton's op-ed

OMG. The NYT published an editorial in February 2020 by Sirajuddin Haqqani, the deputy leader of the Taliban - but publishing an opinion piece by a US Senator is apparently a no-go: New York Times editorial page editor resigns amid staff fury over Senator Tom Cotton's op-ed | 07 June 2020 | The New York Times announced Sunday that Editorial Page Editor James Bennet is resigning -- amid reports of anger inside the company over the publication of an op-ed from Sen. Tom Cotton about the George Floyd unrest last week. Bennet had apologized late last week after previously defending the piece, titled, "Send in the Troops." Cotton, R-Ark., called for the government to deploy troops to help quell riots and looting that emerged amid the anger over Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody last month. For his part, Cotton has criticized the Times for distancing itself from the op-ed. [Yes, but these days, even apologies aren't enough to satisfy the mob. You must kneel!]

Unindicted 9/11 co-conspirator, Iraq war criminal and Katrina bungler George W. Bush, and Mitt Romney, likely to support Biden

Coterie of deep-state dirt-bags who've destroyed the US middle class unite to defeat Trump: Unindicted 9/11 co-conspirator, Iraq war criminal and Katrina bungler George W. Bush, and Mitt Romney, likely to support Biden --Former President [sic - never elected] George W. Bush and Senator Mitt Romney won't support Mr. Trump's re-election. Colin Powell will vote for Joe Biden, and other G.O.P. officials may do the same. | 07 June 2020 | Former President [sic] George W. Bush won't support the re-election of Mr. Trump, and Jeb Bush isn't sure how he'll vote, say people familiar with their thinking. Senator Mitt Romney of Utah won't back Mr. Trump and is deliberating whether to again write in his wife, Ann, or cast another ballot this November. Cindy McCain, the widow of Senator John McCain, is almost certain to support Mr. Biden but is unsure how public to be about it because one of her sons is eying a run for office. [LOL! Cindy McCain is so pathetic, she can't take a stand - much like her traitorous husband, John.] ...Former Republican leaders like the former Speakers Paul D. Ryan [on the board of Fox Corp. since April 2019, destroying Fox News just as he tried to destroy the middle class with his policy of ensuring corporations get an endless supply of cheap, undocumented labor. Why, oh why, didn't Trump get rid of him?] and John A. Boehner [who worked tirelessly to try to convince CIA robot (and fraud) Barack Obama to slash Social Security] won't say how they will vote, and some Republicans who are already disinclined to support Mr. Trump are weighing whether to go beyond backing a third-party contender to openly endorse Mr. Biden. [--LRP]

Dow rallies 1,000 points for the first time since early April amid historic jobs surge

Dow rallies 1,000 points for the first time since early April amid historic jobs surge | 05 June 2020 | Stocks rallied on Friday after a historic and surprising gain in U.S. jobs raised hope the economy is starting to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 1,030 points, or 3.9%. The S&P 500 traded 3.1% higher. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 2.2%. The Nasdaq-100, which tracks the 100-largest nonfinancial companies in the composite, rose 2% to a record high. Friday’s rally put the S&P 500 down just 0.7% for 2020.

Stocks soar after job market's surprise bonanza

Stocks soar after job market's surprise bonanza --The U.S. economy added 2.51 million jobs in May | 05 June 2020 | U.S. equity markets surged Friday morning after the economy unexpectedly added jobs in May as businesses began reopening their doors following lockdowns ordered to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 673 points, or 2.56 percent, in the opening minutes of trading while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.96 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively. The U.S. economy added 2.51 million jobs in May as the unemployment rate fell to 13.3 percent, according to a report released Friday morning by the Labor Department. Wall Street analysts surveyed by Refinitv were expecting the economy to lose 8 million jobs as the unemployment rate spiked to 19.8 percent.

Governments and WHO changed Covid-19 policy based on suspect data from tiny US company, Surgisphere

Governments and WHO changed Covid-19 policy based on suspect data from tiny US company, Surgisphere --Surgisphere, whose employees appear to include a sci-fi writer and adult content model, provided database behind Lancet and New England Journal of Medicine hydroxychloroquine studies | 03 June 2020 | The World Health Organization and a number of national governments have changed their Covid-19 policies and treatments on the basis of flawed data from a little-known US healthcare analytics company, also calling into question the integrity of key studies published in some of the world's most prestigious medical journals. A Guardian investigation can reveal the US-based company Surgisphere, whose handful of employees appear to include a science fiction writer and an adult-content model, has provided data for multiple studies on Covid-19 co-authored by its chief executive, but has so far failed to adequately explain its data or methodology. Data it claims to have legitimately obtained from more than a thousand hospitals worldwide formed the basis of scientific articles that have led to changes in Covid-19 treatment policies in Latin American countries. It was also behind a decision by the WHO and research institutes around the world to halt trials of the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine.

Authors retract influential study linking hydroxychloroquine to mortality risk for coronavirus patients

Authors retract influential study linking hydroxychloroquine to mortality risk for coronavirus patients | 04 June 2020 | Three authors have retracted an influential study on the risks of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the COVID-19 virus. The article, published in the journal Lancet, had found that hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria drug, increased mortality and heart problems in patients suffering from the coronavirus. It had been cited in criticizing President Trump's promotion of the drug as a remedy for the disease. But questions arose about how one of the authors, Dr. Sapan Desai, and the company he owns, Surgisphere, were able to compile a massive dataset with very few employees and in a short amount of time. The authors said they are retracting the article, as they "can no longer vouch for the veracity of the primary data sources" because Surgisphere would not provide the dataset for an independent review.

NYC reports no new coronavirus deaths for first time since mid-March

NYC reports no new coronavirus deaths for first time since mid-March | 04 June 2020 | The Big Apple marked a major turning point in its battle against the coronavirus pandemic Wednesday with no new confirmed deaths from COVID-19 for the first time since March 12. There were zero additional deaths between Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the city's Health Department data that is reported with a 24-hour lag. During that same period earlier this week the city saw just three probable deaths of people who never tested positive for the virus but showed tell-tale symptoms. Those probable deaths could be reclassified as confirmed deaths in the coming days, City Hall spokeswoman Avery Cohen said.

NYC Mayor de Blasio drowned out by boos, faces calls to resign, at George Floyd memorial

The mob will always turns on itself, and eat its own: NYC Mayor de Blasio drowned out by boos, faces calls to resign, at George Floyd memorial | 04 June 2020 | New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was drowned out by booing at a memorial for George Floyd in Brooklyn on Thursday, as the preacher who introduced him pleaded with attendees to show "respect." "Let us welcome with respect the mayor of New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio and first lady Chirlane McCray," Rev. Kevin McCall said. Loud booing then broke out as the mayor took the stage, forcing McCall to add: "Again, again, again, we said respect! We said respect! Say it with me, respect!" De Blasio had also received boos as he arrived at the memorial, with crowds shouting "De Blasio, go home" as he walked across the stage.

Unidentified military personnel extend perimeter around the White House

Unidentified military personnel extend perimeter around the White House | 03 June 2020 | Military personnel in Washington, D.C., at least some of whom were not wearing identifiers, extended the perimeter around the White House on Wednesday, blocking off access to LaFayette Square, where police clashed with protesters earlier this week. A police force lined up near the corner of 16th Street and I Street, standing face to face with about 200 demonstrators in 90 degree heat in the middle of the afternoon. Businesses and shops in the vicinity boarded up their windows to prevent looting and vandalism. The law enforcement personnel...were dressed in mixed riot gear, with helmets and face masks, shields and guns loaded with crowd control agents.

George Floyd had coronavirus, autopsy shows

George Floyd had coronavirus, autopsy shows | 03 June 2020 | George Floyd had coronavirus, according to a full autopsy report released Wednesday. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s full autopsy report said Floyd first tested positive for the virus on April 3, nearly two months prior to his death. An earlier autopsy report from the county attributed Floyd's cause of death as a "cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression." It also listed other "significant" conditions, including hypertensive heart disease, fentanyl intoxication and recent methamphetamine use.

Connecticut to give $2.5M to residents ineligible for federal pandemic relief funds, including illegal residents

Connecticut to give $2.5M to residents ineligible for federal pandemic relief funds, including illegal residents | 03 June 2020 | Connecticut will provide $2.5 million in rental assistance to residents ineligible for federal pandemic relief funds, including undocumented residents, Gov. Ned Lamont (D-Deep-State) announced Wednesday. Lamont unveiled the program at a news conference outside the Hartford office of the nonprofit Make the Road. Additionally, the nonprofit 4-CT will disperse $1 million to undocumented residents through debit cards distributed by community organizations... Lamont said a potential second phase of relief for undocumented groups would depend on whether the state receives federal budget relief in coming weeks.

Rosenstein testifies he would not have signed FISA warrant for Trump aide if he knew of problems

Rosenstein testifies he would not have signed FISA warrant for Trump aide if he knew of problems | 03 June 2020 | Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified Wednesday that he would not have signed a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant renewal for former Trump campaign aide Carter Page had he known about the since-revealed misconduct surrounding those warrants -- while faulting the FBI for its handling of the documents. Rosenstein confirmed that he signed a FISA warrant renewal application for Page, during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee where he was the first witness as part of the panel’s fresh investigation into the origins of the Russia probe. "If you knew then what you know now, would you have signed the warrant application?" committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., asked Rosenstein. "No, I would not," Rosenstein said.

Looters run wild in Bronx as video shows NYPD officer being beaten: 'Fordham is on fire'

Looters run wild in Bronx as video shows NYPD officer being beaten: 'Fordham is on fire' | 02 June 2020 |Curfew-defying looters with free rein beat a cop to the ground in a disturbing scene caught on video, set fires on streets and ransacked stores in the Bronx late Monday into early Tuesday. The chaos finally prompted Mayor Bill de Blasio to dispatch extra police officers to the area, the New York Post reported Tuesday. "Fordham is on fire," Uptown Collective tweeted, showing a half dozen fires burning along a trash-strewn Fordham Road in the West Bronx... The cop being beaten was caught on cellphone video and posted on Twitter by an NYPD police union.

Military personnel, equipment seen in DC after Trump promised to 'dominate the streets'

Military personnel, equipment seen in DC after Trump promised to 'dominate the streets' | 01 June 2020 | Military helicopters, vehicles and personnel began to descend on the streets of Washington, D.C., Monday night, hours after President Donald Trump promised to "dominate the streets" and protesters demonstrating peacefully were pushed back with tear gas to make way for the president to visit a nearby church. Protesters lingered in the Lafayette Square area well past the 7 p.m. citywide curfew. Several of the demonstrators were seen being taken into custody, waiting for further processing. By 9 p.m., there were reports of arrests happening throughout the city as some protesters started working their way back to the White House. The arrests and military show of force occurred in the hours after law enforcement officers used shields and tear gas to clear protesters from a park across the street from the White House as Trump prepared to make comments in the Rose Garden.

Trump plans to use active-duty military forces to deal with growing protests

Trump plans to use active-duty military forces to deal with growing protests | 01 June 2020 | President Donald Trump on Monday promised to mobilize active-duty military assets to deal with growing nationwide protests, with or without the consent of local officials. "Today I have strongly recommended to every governor to deploy the National Guard in sufficient numbers that we dominate the streets," Trump said in a national address from the White House's Rose Garden. "Mayors and governors must establish an overwhelming law enforcement presence until the violence has been quelled. If a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them." Units from the 82nd Airborne Division's Immediate Response Force, normally stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, are also expected to deploy to Washington on Tuesday, according to three Defense Department officials who all spoke with the Associated Press on condition of anonymity.

4 St. Louis police officers shot at George Floyd protests, still taking fire

4 St. Louis police officers shot at George Floyd protests, still taking fire | 02 June 2020 | Authorities in St. Louis said early Tuesday that four police officers were shot at protests in the city's downtown and officers continue to be under fire. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that all the officers were rushed to the hospital and they were conscious and breathing. The injuries are believed to be non-life threatening. The paper reported that at 12:25 a.m. local time, "heavy gunfire" could be heard "coming from several directions downtown." Fox 2 Now reported that earlier in the day, crowds formed outside the St. Louis Police headquarters in the city and police set up defensive lines around the perimeter.

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