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September 16, 2020

Sep 16 09:57

MS-13 gang member who could 'face the death sentence over murder of a rival' was mistakenly RELEASED from a New York state prison and free for five days before FBI noticed

New York prison officials mistakenly released an MS-13 gang member facing a federal murder charge and it took five days to get him back behind bars last week.

Sep 16 09:57

Media Pushes Unverified Gossip To Hide Trump’s Amazing Economic And Foreign Policy Achievements

Just hours before the release of the official BLS report on Friday morning, The Atlantic ran a story based on “anonymous sources” alleging that President Trump disparaged fallen U.S. soldiers during a 2018 trip to France. The claim was absurd. Officials and staffers who were with the president on that journey and actually willing to identify themselves emphatically challenged the story. Even well-known Trump antagonist John Bolton debunked The Atlantic’s ridiculous account—and ridiculous is a kind way to describe it.

Realizing that casting doubt on the president’s patriotism was a losing battle, on Sunday the corporate press moved on to another smear campaign —just in time to hijack the Labor Day news coverage. In a lengthy essay, The New York Times blasted President Trump for allegedly being inconsistent in his approach toward China while building up Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden as some sort of born-again anti-China hawk.

Sep 16 09:57

Los Angeles Angels Owner: ‘It’s Very Necessary To Vote For President Trump

Speaking at a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable in Phoenix, Arizona, Arte Moreno, the owner of MLB’s Los Angeles Angels and the first Mexican-American to own a major sports team in the United States, stated that all Latinos should get out and vote, adding, “It’s necessary to focus on today and the future, and it’s very necessary to vote for President Trump.”

Sep 16 09:54

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Sep 16 09:51

Missouri's billion-dollar prison healthcare system contract now up for grab

The battle for Missouri’s lucrative prison health care program has commenced in earnest.

Gov. Mike Parson is looking to settle on a four-year deal with an option of four one-year renewals that could be worth upwards of $1 billion to some private vendor, according to media reports.

Sep 16 09:44

Trump calls Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein a total nut job after he branded him a 'homicidal president' organizing 'homicidal assemblies'

Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein has slammed Donald Trump as a 'homicidal president' who is hosting 'homicidal assemblies' with his indoor campaign rallies amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sep 16 09:44

COVID-19 vaccine to be free for all Americans, though many are skeptical about taking it

The COVID-19 vaccine will be free for all Americans who want to get it, according to a federal government plan submitted to Congress this week detailing how a vaccine will be rolled out nationwide once one is approved.

Sep 16 09:43

Horowitz: Plague of violence: Career criminals wreaking havoc on our country

Whether it's a devastating arson in Oregon, a heinous physical attack caught on camera in New York City, or an ambush of cops throughout the country, you can bet the farm that it was committed by a career criminal who spent barely any time behind bars.

Sep 16 09:42

Big Ten Conference reverses itself, votes to bring back college football during pandemic

It's official. Big Ten college football will return in October.
The Big Ten Council of Presidents and Chancellors announced Wednesday after a unanimous vote that the conference's football season will resume on the weekend of Oct. 23-24. The announcement

Sep 16 09:38

Trump again claims Biden is on drugs to help him focus - and says he will appear on Fox & Friends 'every Monday' only for host to say they have NOT done a deal with President

President Donald Trump said during a call-in interview he will appear on Fox News each Monday on a weekly basis – although TV co-hosts cautioned during a live interview that it is only on a 'case-by-case basis.

Sep 16 09:37

Trump-appointed HHS official who told followers to 'buy ammunition' for after election and accused CDC of 'sedition' apologizes - then urges colleagues to listen to The Grateful Dead

The top communications official at the Health and Human Services Department has apologized for his bizarre Facebook live session where he claimed that political opponents 'are going to have to kill me' and that Democrats are plotting an armed insurrection.

Sep 16 09:25

Will Lagarde and Mnuchin Push Gold Higher?

Sep 16 09:22

Joe Biden Slips Up – Refers To ‘Harris-Biden’ Administration

During a campaign speech Tuesday, Democrat nominee for President Joe Biden seemed to forget who is running for what, referring to his ticket as the “Harris-Biden” administration.

Biden made the verbal slip up in Tampa, Florida, while attempting to attract Latino voters and military members disappointed with President Trump.

“It makes it so much harder for military spouses to find good jobs and build their careers,” Biden said. “That has to change.”

“A Harris-Biden administration is going to relaunch that effort and keep pushing further to make it easier for military spouses and veterans to find meaningful careers,” he continued.

Sep 16 09:22

Mask-Enforcing Humanoid Robots Set To Invade Office Spaces 

As some Wall Street banks have summoned traders and other employees back to offices, their ability to enforce social distancing measures will be challenging unless human-like mask-detecting robots are deployed.

Pepper, designed by SoftBank Robotics, is the world's first social humanoid robot able to recognize faces and basic human emotions. The robot stands 120 cm (47 inches) uses optical sensors and artificial intelligence to recognize if people are wearing masks.

Sep 16 09:21

iOS 14 out today, but it might be a very good idea to avoid installing it

It's fall. You know what that means? That's right, it's time for another major iOS update to land.

But this launch feels rushed and chaotic. Yesterday Apple gave developers a 24-hour countdown to the release.

This accelerated release has shaken the dev community. So much so that some developers are quietly hoping that iPhone and iPad users don't install the new update yet.

Other developers are actively warning users to hold off in case of problems.

Sep 16 09:17

Sweden spared European surge as coronavirus infections stay low

While many European countries are seeing new cases surge to levels not seen since the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, Sweden – whose light-touch approach has made it an international outlier – has one of the continent’s lowest infection rates.

According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the Scandinavian country’s 14-day cumulative total of new cases was 22.2 per 100,000 inhabitants on Tuesday, against 279 in Spain, 158.5 in France, 118 in the Czech Republic, 77 in Belgium and 59 in the UK, all of which imposed lockdowns this spring.

Sep 16 09:12

Trump Compares His 'Playing Down' Of Covid Threat To Churchill Telling Churchill Londoners That 'Everyone Is Going To Be Safe' During The Blitz

Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that Winston Churchill was 'not so honest' in what he told the people of Britain about Nazi bombings during World War II.

Sep 16 09:12

Black Voter Tells Donald Trump His Make America Great Again Slogan Is 'TONE DEAF' And Tells Him 'You Haven't Acknowledged There's A Race Problem In This Country' - With President Replying: 'There's None With Me'

A Philadelphia-based black pastor confronted President Donald Trump at Tuesday night's ABC News town hall telling him that the 'Make America Great Again' slogan is 'tone deaf.'

Sep 16 09:08

LA Sheriff's say carjacker who sparked a huge SWAT response before his arrest is NOT the Compton gunman - despite fevered speculation during standoff

The LA County Sheriff's Department has insisted a huge SWAT response and armed standoff with a carjacker was not related to the ambush of deputies in Compton over the weekend - despite huge speculation it was - as tensions continue to mount across the city.

Sep 16 09:08

LA county sheriff says vile protesters who chanted 'we hope they f***ing die' after two deputies were shot during Compton ambush are 'almost worthy of ISIS'

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has said protesters who chanted 'we hope they f***ing die' after two deputies were shot during an ambush in Compton are 'almost worthy of ISIS'.

Sep 16 09:06

Beer bandit BLM protester who downed elderly couple's drink at Pittsburgh restaurant and screamed 'f*** the white people' is charged with harassing diners along with two others

Three people are now facing criminal charges for harassing diners at a restaurant in Pittsburgh during a Black Lives Matter protest over Labor Day weekend.

Sep 16 09:06

Trump claims he 'played UP' the coronavirus after bombshell admission he 'played it down' - and says it will 'go away WITHOUT a vaccine' - after diabetic man challenges him at town hall

President Donald Trump defended his handling of the coronavirus during a town hall meeting that aired Tuesday night – including from a former supporter who asked him why he threw 'people like me under the bus.'

Sep 16 09:05

Donald Trump angrily slams report he called dead troops 'suckers and losers' as 'LIES' as he is challenged over the military at town hall with voters - but calls Jim Mattis 'disgruntled' and attacks John McCain again

President Donald Trump angrily slammed The Atlantic's report that said he called dead American soldiers 'losers' and 'suckers' after a voter at ABC News' Tuesday night town hall asked how he'd win back military support.

Sep 16 08:45

175-Year-Old Magazine Endorses Candidate for First Time

'Scientific American' backs Biden as climate change becomes a 2020 issue

Sep 16 08:36

Bad News for John Bolton Over Trump Book

(NEWSER) – John Bolton might be in a heap of trouble over his book about the Trump White House. The New York Times reports that the Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into the former national security adviser's memoir, called The Room Where It Happened

Sep 16 08:35

'Australians must know the truth - this virus is not a pandemic': Alan Jones

Sky News host Alan Jones says he has warned time and time again the political leaders who are the architects of this coronavirus response will not be able to escape the criticism that is now finding its way into the public place.

It comes as an economist in the Victorian Department of Finance and Treasury, Sanjeev Sabhlok, on Wednesday penned an article in the Australian Financial Review announcing his resignation from his position.

Mr Sabhlok wrote he resigned "so that I would be able to speak out against the state's management of the COVID-19 infection".

Sep 16 08:32

Moment cops drag a furious man out of a school board meeting for refusing to wear a face mask in South Dakota

Cops were forced to remove a man, Reed Bender, from a school board meeting
A district mandate requires all people to wear masks on school district property
But Bender refused to put one on or leave the building in Mitchell, South Dakota
The two cops are seen reluctantly telling the man they will have to remove him
When he refuses, the cops drag him away, threatening him with a stun gun

Sep 16 08:29

That sinking feeling: Barges are left high and dry after mechanical glitch DRAINS canal in under 90 minutes

Boats were left stranded on the Kennet and Avon Canal in Bath, Somerset, on Tuesday evening
The canal level dropped by almost two metres in an hour and a half after a technical fault drained the water
Stranded boat drivers had to sit and wait to be rescued from the bog by emergency services

Sep 16 08:27

Scientists to examine the possibility Covid-19 leaked from a Chines lab as part of investigation into the virus's origins

An international team will delve into all theories of the virus's origins
It comes after claims it spilled out of a laboratory were supported by US officials
Trump-allied officials claim to have damning evidence but won't reveal it
Scientists say it's more likely Covid-19 is a naturally-occurring 'zoonotic disease'

Sep 16 08:15

Seoul: N. Korea may conduct underwater-launched missile test

North Korea may soon conduct its first underwater-launched ballistic missile test in about a year, a top South Korean military official said Wednesday, amid long-stalled nuclear talks between the North and the United States.

In written remarks to lawmakers ahead of a confirmation hearing, Won In-choul, the nominee for chairman of South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, said North Korea has been repairing recent typhoon damage at its northeastern Sinpo shipyard, a place where it builds submarines.

Shortly after the repairs are complete, there is a chance it will carry out a submarine-launched ballistic missile test, Won said. He said South Korea’s military is keeping a close watch on developments there, according to a copy of his remarks provided by a lawmaker, Kang Dae-sik.

Sep 16 08:14

Major fire threatens historic observatory near LA

A major fire that has been raging outside Los Angeles for more than a week threatened to engulf a historic observatory and billion-dollar broadcast towers on Tuesday as firefighters struggled to contain the flames.

The so-called Bobcat fire was within 500 feet (150 meters) from the 116-year-old Mt. Wilson Observatory, fire officials said in a tweet, adding that crews were in place "ready to receive the fire."

Officials at the observatory said all personnel had been evacuated as the fire was "knocking on our door."

Sep 16 08:07

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Sep 16 08:05

Joe Biden Waving To An Empty Field

Sep 16 07:35

President Trump official warns left-wing hit squads are being trained across the country as globalists maneuver to complete their worldwide take-down

Just when I was about to publish this story on Monday, an absolutely startling story broke that not only proved the point of this story but implored me to add another important segment to it as a top Health and Human Services official working for President Trump has warned of ‘left wing hit squads’ being trained across America to carry out an armed insurrection should President Trump win the election.

With the mainstream media immediately jumping on that story and claiming it was ‘fake news’, giving us every indication that it is ‘true news’ with the MSM’s track record of outright lying to the American people over the past several decades, Americans should make no mistake about it, the ‘globalist/democrat enemies of America within’ would NEVER EVER tell us if they were about to launch an ‘extermination campaign’ against the American people.

Sep 16 07:34

Gun Owner Used Pepper Spray On An Attacker — Still Got Charged With Assault

If you’ve thought about ever having to defend yourself from a violent attacker, you need to hear Brad’s story…

…he DIDN’T even use his gun.

Sep 16 07:33

Sailer in Taki's on the NYT's White-Counting

While The New York Times is quite worked up over White Privilege, which it assumes is proven by white overrepresentation among the powerful, it has never shown any interest in the exactly parallel concept of Jewish Privilege.

And yet Jews are far more overrepresented among the NYT’s “Faces of Power” listing of the 922 most important Americans than are whites in general (although possibly less so than you might expect). A Twitter user named Philippus Arabus went through the list and identified 120 Jewish individuals compared with the Times’ count of only 85 blacks, 62 Hispanics, and 32 Asians.

Jews, who make up about 2 percent of the population, are 13 percent of the NYT’s rankings. One might think that Jewish pundits who promote the concept of White Privilege by pointing to the greater executive power per capita of whites than blacks should ponder that the exact same logic would suffice to demonstrate the existence of Jewish Privilege.

Sep 16 07:27

Iran warns the UAE and Bahrain they will bear 'severe consequences' after they signed an historic peace deal with arch-foe Israel

Iran has warned the UAE and Bahrain they will be responsible for 'severe consequences' caused by the signing of an historic peace deal with Israel.

Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian President, blasted leaders of the two Arab states over the deal and accused them of forgetting 'their debt to the Palestinian people'.

'How could you reach out your hands to Israel? And then you want to give them bases in the region? All the severe consequences that would arise from this are on you,' he said in televised remarks.

Sep 16 07:26

UAE official says U.S. mediation an assurance suspension of annexations will hold

The United Arab Emirates’ foreign minister said on Tuesday that the presence of the United States as a mediator of the country’s deal to normalise relations with Israel assures him that the suspension of further annexation of Palestinian lands will hold.

Minister of state for foreign affairs Anwar Gargash also said it was not the time to revise the Arab Peace initiative, and that it remains the cornerstone of the UAE’s commitment to the Palestinian cause.

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Sep 16 07:24

Protests and rockets as Gulf states sign deals with Israel

At a White House ceremony on Tuesday, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain officially established diplomatic relations with Israel.

The signing of the US-brokered Abraham Accords formalizes decades of clandestine relations between Israel and the two Gulf states.

US President Donald Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Emirati foreign minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and his Bahraini counterpart Abdullatif bin Rashid Alzayani all spoke before the signing.

Al Nahyan and Alzayani also signed separate treaties with Trump and Netanyahu.

Bahrain’s was termed a “declaration of peace,” while the UAE’s a “treaty of peace.”

The four leaders signed copies of the documents in English, Arabic and Hebrew.

Sep 16 07:23

ASSANGE HEARING DAY SIX—Prosecutor Says Government Can Prosecute Journalist for Publishing

Prosecutor James Lewis QC established in court that the U.S. government can prosecute a journalist for unauthorized publication of classified information, despite the First Amendment concerns of the defense.

“The right of free speech and the public’s right to know are not absolutes,” prosecutor Lewis said on cross examination of defense witness Eric Lewis, and can be “restricted” if the release of “national defense information … could threaten the security of the nation.”

James Lewis set out that the Espionage Act be used against government employees who breach their trust with the government, but also that the government can prosecute those outside a relationship with the government, such as journalists” who are unauthorized to possess and disseminate secret material.

“Can journalists be prosecuted” under the Espionage Act? Lewis asked the defense witness.

Sep 16 07:23

Peace Plans That Have Nothing To Do With Peace

On September 11, 2020, Bahrain announced that it had agreed to normalize relations with Israel, following a similar agreement by the United Arab Emirate (UAE). Both agreements are being packaged and sold as historic peace plans.

They’re Not Peace Plans

Sep 16 07:22

Americans Against Unconstitutional Mask Mandates

Good news: The anti-mask mandate movement is gaining steam. Americans yearning to breathe free are waking up from their pandemic stupor. Common sense and constitutional principles, now more than ever, are vital to a sovereign nation’s health.

Sep 16 07:20

Sean Hannity and Lou Dobbs to be deposed in suit over Fox's coverage of murdered DNC staffer: report

Two of the biggest names from the Fox Corporation are set to testify under oath in a lawsuit over a right-wing conspiracy theory that Russia did not hack the emails from Democratic National Committee that were released to help Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.

"Fox News star Sean Hannity was once his network's most prominent booster of conspiracy theories about murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, only stopping the rumor-mongering after Rich's grieving parents publicly begged him to knock it off," The Daily Beast reported Monday.

Sep 16 07:19

Senate Majority Drops BOMBSHELL Video EXPOSING Dems Plans to Fuel the Riots

Sep 16 07:18

Biden Gearing Up To Contest Election, Does This Odd Thing To Tip His Hand

Joe Biden is creating a new legal team of former solicitors general and hundreds of lawyers in preparation for battles over how people will vote, how ballots will be counted during the coronavirus pandemic and any challenges to the vote on Election Day, according to a report Monday.

Sep 16 07:18

President Trump Warns Iran Of Retaliation If They Assassinate US Ambassador

President Donald Trump has issued a stark warning to Iran if they go through with an alleged plan to assassinate the US ambassador to South Africa.

On Monday, reports emerged that Iran was considering assassinating the US ambassador to South Africa, Lana Marks, as retaliation for the killing of General Qassem Soleimani, the head of the Iranian regime’s Quds Force, in a drone strike earlier this year.

US officials have been aware of a general attack on the ambassador since the spring, but intelligence suggests the threat has become far more specific in recent weeks, according to a government official. The Iranian Embassy in Pretoria is involved in the plot, they told Politico.

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