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September 16, 2020

Sep 16 07:16

U.S. Congressmen push a bipartisan digital ID package

Days after a U.S. Labor Department administrator told ID tech executives that Washington is losing billions of dollars to online crime, a pair of federal lawmakers introduced legislation to modernize the nation’s digital ID infrastructure.

The Improving Digital Identity Act of 2020 is being sponsored by four congressmen: Illinois Democrat Bill Foster, Rhode Island Democrat Jim Langevin, Georgia Republican Barry Loudermilk and New York Republican John Katko.

Last week, the administrator of Labor’s unemployment insurance office spoke to attendees during a federal ID online conference, saying fraudulent new jobless claims are rampant because digital IDs are unavailable.

Sep 16 07:16

Arab-Israeli Peace At Last: Watch Historic Signing, Trump's 'Globally Praised' Speech

As Israelis prepare to enter a three-week lockdown to block the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, around 700 people attended Tuesday’s ceremony at the White House where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain established official diplomatic relations.

Before the ceremony, Netanyahu met at the White House with US President Donald Trump, who mediated the relations breakthrough, according to an Israeli official who interviewed reporters staying at the premier in Washington.

The Ministers of the UAE and Bahrain, Abudullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, represented their countries at the signing ceremony.

Sep 16 07:03

Wayne Dupree: Oops! Kamala’s ‘Harris Administration’ gaffe has revealed the Democrats’ true plans

The left-wing VP candidate might try to dismiss it as a slip of the tongue, but her comment shows what the real scheme is: that she replaces Joe Biden shortly after the election. And I see the hand of Hillary behind it all...

Whether it was a “slip of the tongue” or a “Freudian slip” by Kamala Harris when she mentioned a “Harris Administration” during a Q&A yesterday, her answer raised eyebrows. It gave legs to the reason why critics of Joe Biden will forever call the Democratic presidential candidate a “puppet leader” until election day (let’s pray not beyond it).

Harris quickly corrected herself after using the term, but that didn’t appease Trump supporters. Harris has been repeatedly associated with being “nothing more than a Trojan horse for the radical left,” but let’s make something clear, it wasn’t the Trump campaign that jumped on this slip – it was the American voters!

Sep 16 07:03

Caitlin Johnstone: Democrats ignore US military’s refutation of ‘Russian bounties’ story

The US military has been unable to find any evidence that Russia paid bounties on US troops to Taliban militants, confirming what was obvious to anyone who hasn’t had their brain stem hijacked by mass media-induced Russophobia.
NBC News reports the following:

Two months after top Pentagon officials vowed to get to the bottom of whether the Russian government bribed the Taliban to kill American service members, the commander of troops in the region says a detailed review of all available intelligence has not been able to corroborate the existence of such a program.

“It just has not been proved to a level of certainty that satisfies me,” Gen. Frank McKenzie, commander of the U.S. Central Command, told NBC News. McKenzie oversees U.S. troops in Afghanistan. The U.S. continues to hunt for new information on the matter, he said.

“We continue to look for that evidence,” the general said. “I just haven’t seen it yet. But … it’s not a closed issue.”

Sep 16 07:02

Three HUGE asteroids headed towards Earth, after amateur astronomer spots massive space rock our planetary defenses MISSED

Scientists are getting better at spotting inbound, “potentially hazardous” asteroids, with three more measuring over 15 meters in diameter on the way this week. However, asteroid hunters missed a 1,000m space rock just last month.

The Earth is under near-constant threat from space debris in the form of asteroids and meteorites, and this week is no exception, with two smaller space rocks due to buzz the planet today and tomorrow.

Meanwhile, later in the week, NASA gave the ‘heads up’ about three asteroids, each measuring over 15 meters.

Sep 16 07:01

Snowden warns that Assange extradition will lead free press to slaughterhouse as publisher’s critics blinded by partisanship

The US drive to extradite and prosecute Julian Assange poses a grave threat to journalists everywhere, but the publisher’s opponents have placed politics over principle, and even their own interests, said whistleblower Ed Snowden.

“I think a lot of it comes down to people forgetting what principles are and why they're important,” Snowden said in an interview with Joe Rogan on Tuesday. “You can hate Julian Assange, you can think he's a puppet of Russia, you can think he's the worst person on Earth – a reincarnation of Hitler or Stalin – and still realize that convicting him harms you.”

It harms your society. It harms your children's future. People forget about this in today's world where everything has become partisan.

Sep 16 07:01

War and destruction are what REALLY need to be put on lockdown amid this pandemic. But that lesson has YET to be learnt

Today, according to the Palestinian PM, ‘the Arab Peace Initiative dies’ in Washington with the signing of deals between the UAE, Bahrain and Israel. This comes at a time when peace could not be more critical.

On Monday, Mohammad Shtayyeh condemned the following day’s ceremony at the White House, calling it “a dark day in the history of the Arab nation and of the Arab League.”

Indeed, it is a dark day for the world as it faces one of its greatest challenges in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sep 16 06:59

Hurricane Sally strengthens back to a Category 2 storm as more than 500,000 evacuate ahead of landfall early this morning bringing 'historic flooding', life-threatening surges and 30 inches of rain

Hurricane Sally strengthened back to a Category 2 storm as it moved slowly closer to the U.S. Gulf Coast on Tuesday, threatening historic floods as rain and storm-force winds started lashing the shore, and governors of four states urged people to flee the coastline.

Authorities in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama have issued mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders for residents living along the Gulf Coast as Sally threatens to bring sustained wind gusts, nine-foot storm surge, and rainfall of up to 30 inches when it makes landfall this morning.

The slow-moving storm, moving at 2 mph, crept toward the northern Gulf Coast early Tuesday as forecasters warned of potentially deadly storm surges and flash floods with up to 30 inches of rain and the possibility of tornadoes.

Sep 16 06:56

US occupation helicopter falls down in Al-Yarubiya town in eastern countryside of Hasaka

A US occupation helicopter fell down in Al-Yarubiya town in the eastern countryside of Hasaka, local sources told SANA reporter in Hasaka on Tuesday.

The reporter quoted the sources as saying that “a helicopter belonging to the US occupation fell in Tal Hadad village in Al-Yarubiya town in the far eastern countryside of Hasaka”, pointing out that 10 US armored vehicles cordoned the village, and the wrecked helicopter was transported by another helicopter using iron chains.

In addition, sources at the illegal US-led coalition admitted that the incident has taken place, but underestimated it and considered that the crash of the helicopter was an emergency landing and did not result in casualties.

Sep 16 06:56

Twitter Suspends Account Of Chinese Scientist Who Published Paper Alleging Covid Was Created In Wuhan Lab

On Sunday afternoon we asked how long before the twitter account of the "rogue" Chinese virologist, Dr. Li-Meng Yan, who yesterday "shocked" the world of establishment scientists and other China sycophants, by publishing a "smoking gun" scientific paper demonstrating that the Covid-19 virus was manmade, is "silenced."

Sep 16 06:55

California's Governor Makes Ominous Prediction For America

California’s governor made a rather ominous prediction this weekend when he told an interviewer that “California is America. . . fast forward.”

He was talking specifically about the wildfires that have ravaged his state – a warning that the natural disasters that natural disasters will soon plague the rest of the country too, thanks to climate change.

But his comment should really be taken more broadly… because California really is a snapshot of America in the near future.

Just like America, there are a lot of incredible things about California. It’s home to some of the biggest, most ‘innovative’ tech companies in the world. It has a large, educated, highly skilled population.

Just by itself, the state is the 5th largest economy in the world. It’s a powerhouse. Or, at least, it should be. It has all the promise of America - Hollywood, Silicon Valley, sunshine, Disneyland, and endless possibilities… the place where dreams can come true.

Sep 16 06:54

Black Lives Matter Bringing ‘Protest Parties’ to Trump Supporters’ Homes, Facebook Account Still Active Despite Repeatedly Posting Addresses of Conservatives

A group of Milwaukee Black Lives Matter militants are bringing “protests” to the homes of Trump supporters.

On Tuesday evening, a Trump supporter was arrested for holding a shotgun by the window of his own home as it was surrounded by a mob of far-left lunatics — and it turns out it wasn’t this group’s first time showing up at the home of a random person to “protest” and intimidate.

On a Facebook page called “Justice Tour 2020,” Vaun L Mayes, a man who describes himself as “Milwaukee’s Malcolm X,” has been posting personal information on Trump supporters. The page is littered with people’s phone numbers, addresses, and calls for crowds to show up at their homes for “protest parties.”

Sep 16 06:54

Cocaine Cowboys: Venezuelan Military Shoots Down Drug-Laden US Plane

The Venezuelan Air Force regularly targets unidentified aircraft used by regional drug cartels. A similar incident took place in July, when another plane with a US registration number was shot down by fighter jets while intruding into Venezuelan airspace.

Venezuela’s military has shot down a US-registered aircraft carrying drugs, Interior Minister Nestor Reverol has announced.

According to the minister, the incident took place Tuesday, with the aircraft downed after illegally entering Venezuelan airspace in the province of Zulia near the border with Colombia.

Sep 16 06:53

BREAKING: Milwaukee Trump Supporter Arrested for Brandishing a Gun at Black Lives Matter Mob That Was Surrounding His Home

A Milwaukee man has reportedly been arrested after pulling a gun on a mob of Black Lives Matter supporters who were surrounding his home for several hours.

It is currently unclear who the man is or why the mob was at his house, but he did have a “Trump Train” flag hanging outside.

Sep 16 06:53

THAAD Battery in Guam Proved Helpless Against Spotlight-Armed Swarming Drones, Report Says

The US military deployed the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) anti-missile system to Guam’s Andersen Air Force Base in 2013, in response to the perceived danger posed by North Korean intermediate-range ballistic missiles. In July, US defence officials confirmed the system was also purposed to handle the ‘threat’ from China.

Drones outfitted with bright spotlights came from the sea and swarmed over the massive US Pacific military installation on Guam, spying on base assets including the THAAD battery stationed on the island, The Drive has reported, citing US Air Force data obtained through a Freedom of Information request.

The incursions were said to have taken place between March and April 2019, with the roughly 3x5 foot quadcopter-style drones flying just 20-30 feet above the ground, and spotted repeatedly in the early morning hours by troops manning guard towers near the area where THAAD is deployed.

Sep 16 06:52

WTO ruling on Trump's tariffs proves US broke international law – China

Beijing said that the World Trade Organization's ruling against the Trump administration serves as proof that the US violated international trade practices by imposing tariffs on Chinese goods.

China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wanbin lauded the WTO ruling as "objective and fair."

The US politicians have repeatedly slandered China for failing to follow the rules, but the ruling has proven that it is the United States that really violates international regulations.

Wang added that the US "uses international organizations to serve its own interests," while Beijing upholds the WTO trade system and respects its rules.

China had filed a complaint with the WTO over the tariffs imposed by the US on Chinese goods. On Monday, the organization's dispute panel ruled that tariffs were "inconsistent" with its practices because the US did not present enough evidence to justify them.

Sep 16 06:52

Louisville Pays $12 Million To Breonna Taylor’s Family, Promises To Overhaul Police Operation

The city of Louisville has agreed to pay the family of Breonna Taylor $12 million to settle a lawsuit over her death by police in March.
As part of the settlement, the city has also pledged to institute several police reforms, such as requiring a supervisor to sign off on search warrants and pairing a social worker with a police officer on some calls. Louisville’s Democrat Mayor Greg Fischer announced the settlement Tuesday.

Sep 16 06:51

PHILLY POPS OFF: BLM Mob Harasses White People Eating Dinner at Outdoor Restaurant

The Black Lives Matter mob is back out in the streets of Philadelphia on Tuesday night.

BLM was caught on video harassing white people eating dinner at an outside restaurant.

Sep 16 06:51

Germany offers US billion-euro LNG investment deal to lift sanctions from Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline – report

Berlin has offered to invest €1 billion in US liquefied natural gas (LNG) if Washington lifts sanctions against the Russia-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, newspaper Die Zeit reported on Wednesday.

According to the paper’s sources, Berlin is ready to invest in the construction of two terminals in Germany to receive American LNG. “In response, the United States will allow the unhindered completion and operation of Nord Stream 2,” Die Zeit said, citing a letter (sent on August 7) from German Vice-Chancellor and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz to US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Sep 16 06:51

Residents shun Chinese ‘vertical forest’ housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos

An experimental green housing project in a Chinese megacity promised prospective residents life in a 'vertical forest', with manicured gardens on every balcony.

All 826 apartments were sold out by April this year, according to the project's estate agent, but instead of a modern eco-paradise, the towers look like the set of a desolate, post-apocalyptic film.

Only a handful of families have moved into Chengdu's Qiyi City Forest Garden because of an infestation of mosquitoes, state media have reported.

Sep 16 06:50

Virtual School Dangers: The Hazards of a Police State Education During COVID-19

Once upon a time in America, parents breathed a sigh of relief when their kids went back to school after a summer’s hiatus, content in the knowledge that for a good portion of the day, their kids would be gainfully occupied, out of harm’s way, and out of trouble.

Back then, if you talked back to a teacher, or played a prank on a classmate, or just failed to do your homework, you might find yourself in detention or doing an extra writing assignment after school or suffering through a parent-teacher conference about your shortcomings.

Of course, that was before school shootings became a part of our national lexicon.

Sep 16 06:48

Tech Investors Lever Up

Sep 16 06:46

Minneapolis City Council Panics Over Surge In Violence After Demonizing Police: ‘Where Are The Police?’

The Democrat-controlled Minneapolis City Council is reportedly panicking as violent crime is surging throughout the city after they called for defunding th

Sep 16 06:43

Threat of Islamic terrorism persists as Muslims trained to fight in Syria are returning to Europe

The coronavirus crisis in previous months overshadowed the issue of terrorism and Islamic radicalism but as official reports from Germany and France show, the danger of terrorism has not disappeared, but is actually growing, writes Lukáš Lho?an in his commentary for Reflex.cz.

"The threat of terrorism is unusually high," French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin admitted a few days ago in connection with the trial of people accused of supporting Islamic terrorists who attacked Charlie Hebdo magazine.

According to Darmanin, Islamic terrorism remains the main violent threat. The minister added that the French authorities currently have 8,132 people on a special list of potential terrorists, the vast majority of whom are Muslims. This is a huge number, given the fact that there are "only" 700 people on a similar list in Germany.

Sep 16 06:42

Community and Countries United! We Say NO!

Sep 16 06:40

French Support For Death Penalty Surges To Over Half of the Population

French public support for the reintroduction of the death penalty has surged in 2020, according to a poll that stated 55 per cent of French residents want to see capital punishment make a return.

The figures come from the annual Ipsos/Sopra Steria survey for the Jean Jaurès Foundation and the Institut Montaigne, entitled “French Fractures” and shows a massive surge in support for capital punishment across the political spectrum in 2020.

The highest rate of support for the death penalty comes from supporters of the populist National Rally (RN), led by former presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, with 85 per cent of members in support, compared to 82 per cent in 2019.

Sep 16 06:40

More than 1,600 uncounted NJ primary ballots found in 'mislabeled' bin from July primary

Election workers discovered 1,666 uncounted New Jersey state ballots last week.
POLL: What are you more afraid of?
The ballots, from New Jersey's Sussex County, were found in a "mislabeled" bin.
The primary election was on July 7.

Sep 16 06:39

Hungary Strikes Back Against E.U. ‘Open Borders’ Propaganda

The Hungarian government has rejected new calls for open borders, insisting on the right of sovereign states to control their own borders.

Government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs responded sharply to a Bloomberg op-ed by Andreas Kluth Tuesday, which called Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán a “saboteur” of European Union (E.U.) immigration reform who had failed to open his nation’s borders to waves of migrants in 2015.

“Perhaps ‘journalism’ like this is to blame for the tragedy at the Moria camp,” Mr. Kovacs responded on Twitter. “Reporting that it’s wrong to require migrants to request asylum in first safe state, claiming PM Orbán ‘blocked’ refugees, pushing the ‘open borders’ position as if it were a human right. It’s not.”

Sep 16 06:39

Vatican Academy Tweets Image of Virgin Mary Holding Black Jesus

The Pontifical Academy of Life has tweeted out a photoshopped version of Michelangelo’s statue of the Pietà, making the body of Jesus black.

In its tweet, the Pontifical Academy, headed by Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, calls the photo “An image that is worth a speech.”

Sep 16 06:38

Archbishop Paglia buries the abortion issue…again

Since Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia was named President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, it seems to have become impossible for the Academy to shed light on any particular threat to life in our world. One need look no further to establish the Academy’s vacuity than its amorphous, secularized observations on the Coronavirus back in July (Humana Communitas in the Age of Pandemic: Untimely Meditations on Life’s Rebirth). Now, in an interview with Crux, Archbishop Paglia has further poisoned the teeming pool of life by arguing, in effect, that the politicization of life issues must always be avoided as seriously harmful.

Sep 16 06:38

ITV Network Flooded with Complaints over ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Black Lives Matter Dance Routine

British television network ITV has been flooded with tens of thousands of complaints after Britain’s Got Talent’s former winners performed a routine inspired by the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Variety reports the channel has received over 21,000 complaints since the routine was broadcast on September 5th, where the dance troupe Diversity performed a Black Lives Matter-inspired routine.

Part of the routine involved group member Ashley Banjo lying on the floor while a fellow dancer dressed in police gear handcuffed him, with the performance billed by the talent show as “a performance that will be talked about for years to come.”

Sep 16 06:38

Donald Trump: Joe Biden Says ‘Harris-Biden’ Because He Thinks Kamala Harris Is President

President Donald Trump on Tuesday questioned why former Vice President Joe Biden used the term “Harris-Biden” to describe his presidential ticket.

“Harris – who he, today, said ‘Harris/Biden’ because he thinks she’s president,” he said. “Someday you’ll have to explain that one to me.”

Trump commented on Biden’s statement during a town hall with ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday evening.

Biden made the remark on Tuesday afternoon during a roundtable with veterans.

Sep 16 06:37

Iceland Church Shocks Public With Big-Breasted Rainbow Jesus in New 'Diversity' Campaign

Like its fellow Lutheran churches across Scandinavia, the Church of Iceland is known for its liberal stance on social issues, allowing the ordination of women and blessing same-sex marriages, yet its membership has shrunk from 90% of the population to 65% within several decades.

An advertisement from the National Church of Iceland, welcoming children to Sunday school, has stirred a controversy, as it features a big-breasted Jesus wearing makeup and dancing under a rainbow.

Church director of communications Pétur Georg Markan explained that this is a way of celebrating diversity, adding that the church believes it is “positive and natural” for Jesus to appeal to people in all possible forms. He stressed that the church was trying to embrace society “as it is”.

Sep 16 06:34

Tucker investigates Kamala Harris' record on the Second Amendment

Sep 16 06:33

Tunneling Under The Media's Berlin Wall Of Truth Suppression

You would think that with the miracle of modern technology and the insistence on transparency in government affairs, it would be possible for both the American people and the American president to share the same baseline on certain important facts.

Unfortunately, that doesn’t take account of the role of the mainstream media as the self-appointed protectors of the people. The press can promote any agenda they choose and destroy any person who gets out of line. Needless to say, Donald Trump gets “out of line” every day — he marches to the beat of his own drummer, as Thoreau said, and the press can’t stand it. So they engage in a near constant attack to destroy him and his presidency.

Sep 16 06:33

California Cities Using Their Streets As Collateral To Pay Down Pension Liabilities With Debt

What happens when your state or city has massive unfunded pension liabilities, no direct access to the Fed's money printer and can't tax your state any further because you're driving people out in droves?

You take on more debt, using whatever you can think of as collateral.

Such was the case in West Covina this July, where the city is paying off its $205 million debt to CalPERS by issuing bonds using its city streets as collateral, according to Forbes. The city of Torrance has done the same thing; it will issue $350 million in bonds using its streets as collateral, as well.

Both cities are using something called "lease revenue bonds" which means that:

Torrance and West Covina are each using these bonds to, in principle, lease their city streets to a special Financing Authority, which will pay the city their up-front money, and “rent” the streets back to the city for the 25 year term of the agreement, in order to pay off the bonds.

Sep 16 06:32

Boeing Put Profits Before People's Lives By Hiding 737 MAX Design Flaws, Congress Finds

18 months after Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 plummeted out of the sky just minutes after takeoff last March, Congressional investigators have finally released a comprehensive report outlining the many mistakes made both by Boeing and the FAA during the certification process.

In the months that have passed, investigators have kept the pressure on Boeing (and its share price) with a steady stream of leaks. We've already seen emails showing Boeing engineers criticizing the 737 MAX 8 design time in some of the harshest terms imaginable (at one point, one irate engineer complained that "the plane was designed by clowns, who were supervised by monkeys".

Sep 16 06:32

Pompeo Vows US Will Never Let Iran Acquire Russian & Chinese Weapons

Weeks ago the United States lost its bid to get the UN Security Council to extend the international arms embargo on Iran, which is set to expire October 18.

And now on Tuesday Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is vowing to never let Iran acquire Chinese and Russian weapons, but it remains unclear precisely how he hopes to make this happen.

Pompeo said during an interview with European radio broadcaster “France Inter” on Tuesday that “Nothing has been done so far to enable the extension of this ban, and therefore the United States assumed its responsibilities.” He's of course referencing the fact that the Europeans have by and large sought to uphold the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal, or JCPOA.

Sep 16 06:32

Benghazi: The Forgotten "September 11th" Attack On The US Consulate In Libya

If you say “September 11” most people automatically think of the attacks on the World Trade Center buildings and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. What they probably don’t even remember happened on September 11, were the attacks on the United States Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012.

Once the Libyan Revolution began in February 2011, the CIA began placing assets in the region, attempting to make contacts within the region. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, whose name and image would soon become synonymous with the Benghazi attacks, was the first liaison between the United States and the rebels. The task before the American intelligence community at that time was securing arms in the country, most notably shoulder-fired missiles, taken from the Libyan military.

Sep 16 06:31

Ingraham: Billionaires and Bolsheviks for Biden

Sep 16 06:29

Wildfires to get worse thanks to Clinton policies, says fire expert who predicted uptick in blazes

Former President Bill Clinton made a significant change to federal land management nearly 30 years ago that created the conditions necessary for massive wildfires to consume portions of the West Coast, according to one fire expert who predicted the problem years ago.

Shortly before leaving office in 2001, Clinton limited the ability of the United States Forest Service to thin out a dense thicket of foliage and downed trees on federal land to bring the West into a pristine state, Bob Zybach, an experienced forester with a PhD in environmental science, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. The former president’s decision created a ticking time bomb, Zybach argues.

Sep 16 06:28

DHS intel: Antifa organized Portland violence

The Department of Homeland Security has "overwhelming intelligence" that the nightly violence in Portland, Oregon, was "organized" by members of Antifa.

An email obtained by CBS News reporter Catherine Herridge by Brian Murphy, former acting under secretary for intelligence and analysis at DHS, said in July that the violence had reached a level at which it could not longer be classified as "opportunistic."

Murphy said the violence was "organized" by individuals with an ideology categorized as "Violent Antifa Anarchist Inspired," or VAAI.

Sep 16 06:28

Are The Forever Wars Really Ending?

“There is no… sound reason for the United States to continue sacrificing precious lives and treasure in a conflict not directly connected to our safety or other vital national interests.”

So said William Ruger about Afghanistan, our longest war.

Sep 16 06:27

The US Dollar Collapse Is Greatly Exaggerated

Sep 16 06:27

Facebook Plunges On Report FTC Preparing Possible Antitrust Lawsuit By Year End

It's been a rough day for Facebook: first the world's biggest social network was dumped by Kim Kardashian who called on her tens of millions of global followers to boycott Mark Zuckerberg's cash cow, and now the WSJ reports that the FTX is preparing to file a possible antitrust suit against the company, sending its stock plunging after hours, and dragging the Nasdaq lower.

The report reveals that the FTC has spent more than a year investigating concerns that Facebook "has been using its powerful market position to stifle competition" and may file a suit before the end of the year to challenge the company's monopoly in social media. The inquiry is part of a broader antitrust effort by authorities examining the conduct of a handful of dominant tech companies.

Sep 16 06:27

President Donald Trump: We’re bringing our soldiers back home

Sep 16 06:23

'Who needs Shakespeare?': University of Chicago is slammed for 'indoctrination' and 'racism' after English Department said it would ONLY accept graduate students interested in black studies

The University of Chicago's English Department is being slammed for bias and racism in deciding that it will only accept graduate school applicants interested in 'working in and with Black studies' for its 2020-2021 cycle.

Sep 16 06:23

FINALLY: Brave House Republican files petition to indict and remove Nancy Pelosi

Brave House GOP congressman Andy Biggs from Arizona has just filed a petition asking for the indictment and removal of Nancy Pelosi. Andy Biggs has been a hater of Nancy Pelosi since inception, Nancy Pelosi lies has taken America backwards and the whole country will be in big trouble.

The time for Nancy Pelosi to resign is now she is no longer capable of leading this country. It’s way passed time for Nancy Pelosi to leave her office as Speaker of the House. Mr Biggs said. He also called upon our leaders in Congress to put forward the Motion to Vacate the Chair that has been prepared and merely needs to be brought to the floor. Mr Biggs continued.

Sep 16 06:22

Inside Paedophile Island: Incredible pictures show Jeffrey Epstein cavorting with scantily clad young women where he provided gourmet food and beauty lotions and spent hours watching topless teens in Girls Gone Wild 'for inspiration'

Jeffrey Epstein spent an hour of his day watching explicit episodes of Girls Gone Wild while working out and cavorting with nubile young women at his private Caribbean island, as seen in these photos exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com.

Sep 16 06:22

OUTRAGEOUS! #Mueller Team Repeatedly, ‘Accidentally’ Wiped Phones Related to Trump/Russia Probe

Sep 16 06:22

North Korea triples the amount of propaganda taught to pre-schoolers so children spend half their day learning about Kim Jong Un

Leader-worship now makes up half of the school day in North Korea
It comes under new orders handed down by Kim Jong Un's sister
'Greatness Education' will take up half of the 3 hours preschoolers spend in class

Sep 16 06:21

Renewable Energy is The Scam We All Fell For

Sep 16 06:19

'China has bought our silence with their money': Judd Apatow says Hollywood is censoring films to appease Beijing by 'completely shutting down critical content'

Hollywood is censoring films in order to avoid angering China and Saudi Arabia, director Judd Apatow says.

Sep 16 06:18

Billionaire Duty Free Shoppers co-founder Chuck Feeney, 89, is now broke after giving his $8BILLION fortune to charity - but insists he couldn't be happier

The former billionaire co-founder of airport retail giant Duty Free Shoppers has given away his massive wealth to charity and is now broke, but insists he couldn't be happier.

Sep 16 06:17

WATCH: Biden Says He’ll Kill Federal Funding For Charter Schools. Many Of Those Schools Hugely Benefit Minorities.

Speaking to Lily Eskelen Garcia, the president of the National Education Association, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he had the same feeling that the NEA has about charter schools, adding that no “private charter school will receive a penny of federal money. None.”

Sep 16 06:15

'I want to breathe your neck slowly': Joe Biden plays 'Despacito' on stage and gets mocked for it

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden debuted his speech to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month by playing a popular Spanish-language song, "Despacito," on his cellphone on Tuesday, after his campaign admitted that he has some "work to do" with Latino voters.

Sep 16 06:15

Silenced Chinese virologist tells Tucker COVID-19 released intentionally

Hours after her unceremonious Twitter ban for, we assume, presenting evidence that SARS-CoV-2 was created in a Wuhan lab, Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” where she told the Fox News host that the virus is a “Frankenstein” which was designed to target humans which was intentionally released.

“It could never come from nature,” she Yan – an MD/PhD who worked with coronavirus at the University of Hong Kong

“There is evidence left in the genome” – which Yan detailed in a 26-page scientific paper co-written with three other Chinese scientists. “They don’t want people to know this truth. Also, that’s why I get suspended [from Twitter], I get suppression. I am the target that the Chinese Communist Party wants disappeared.”

Sep 16 06:14

More than 400,000 Americans have registered to vote using Snapchat for the upcoming US presidential election

More than 400,000 people have already registered to vote on Snapchat.

Sep 16 06:14

Suspected gunman in custody after drive-by shooting wounds security officer outside US courthouse in downtown Phoenix

A drive-by shooting wounded a federal security officer outside the U.S. courthouse in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday, and a person was later taken into custody, authorities said.

Sep 16 06:13

The Clinton system to discredit Donald Trump

This article is a warning - in November 2016, a vast system of agitation and propaganda was set up in order to destroy the reputation and the authority of President Donald Trump as soon as he arrived in the White House. It is the first time that such a campaign has been scientifically organised against a President of the United States, and with such resources. Yes, we are indeed entering a post-Truth age, but the distribution of rôles is not what you may think it is.

Sep 16 06:13

Woodward Calls Donald Trump ‘A Bulldozer,’ Widespread Denial In White House About COVID-19

Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward characterized President Donald Trump as a “bulldozer” in an interview Tuesday and claimed there was widespread denial among White House staffers about the severity of COVID-19.

“I think there was denial across the board,” Woodward told the Post about White House aides and their knowledge of COVID-19. Woodward described Trump as “a one-man band” who is “going to do what he wants to do on impulse or on information he has.”

“He’s a bulldozer to the staff and, quite frankly, to the country,” Woodward continued. “And he just says what he wants, and so there’s no control. And this is one of the problems of the Trump presidency, that he doesn’t build a team. He doesn’t plan.”

Woodward conducted 17 on-the-record interviews with Trump in order to write his newly released book “Rage.” During one interview with Woodward in February, Trump admitted to downplaying COVID-19.

Sep 16 06:12

Peace In Our Time: Nine Additional Arab Countries 'Lined-Up' To Sign Trump's Plan

President Donald Trump declared Tuesday that it was a "historic day for peace" as two historic Middle East peace agreements were signed between various Gulf states and Israel.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed agreements with the Kingdom of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the three nations agreed on a plan to normalize relations.

Donald Trump also said on Tuesday that "five more countries" will soon establish diplomatic relations with Israel, shortly before participating in the White House in the signing of the Abrahamic Accords of the Israeli government with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain, respectively.

Sep 16 06:11

'It's b******t.': Jon Stewart slams Congress for giving the 'cold shoulder' to nearly 200,000 vets sickened by toxic burn pits in Iraq and demands financial aid - as he compares plight to 9/11 first responders

Jon Stewart accused Congress of giving the 'cold shoulder' to nearly 200,000 veterans who claim their health was compromised after they inhaled toxic fumes from burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Sep 16 06:11

Trump Claims Coronavirus Vaccine May Be Ready Within Four Weeks

President Donald Trump again raised hopes -- and concern -- about swift U.S. approval for a coronavirus vaccine, saying at a town hall event hosted by ABC News that the shot could be ready within four weeks.

“The previous administration would have taken perhaps years to have a vaccine, because of the FDA and all the approvals,” Trump said on Tuesday. “We’re withing weeks of getting it. You know, could be three weeks, four weeks.”

Trump’s timetable is far more optimistic than estimates by drug industry executives or other government officials, including National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci. He has said to expect a vaccine approval closer to the end of the year with broad distribution next year.

Sep 16 06:11

FBI's background check system fails because of huge surge in gun sales amid a summer of civil unrest and rioting and the COVID-19 pandemic

A surge in people buying guns since the coronavirus pandemic began has flooded the FBI's background check system, causing a spike in the number of delayed checks and allowing gun sales to proceed without them, FBI data disclosed on Tuesday showed.

Sep 16 06:11

'Rogue' Chinese Virologist Joins Twitter, Publishes "Smoking Gun" Evidence COVID-19 Created In Lab

On Saturday we reported that Dr. Li-Meng Yan - a Chinese virologist (MD, PhD) who fled the country, leaving her job at a prestigious Hong Kong university - appeared last week on British television where she claimed SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, was created by Chinese scientists in a lab.

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Sep 16 06:10

"SHE PAID FOR WIPED MUELLER PHONE RECORDS" - Watch Devin Nunes Rip Apart Hillary Clinton

Sep 16 06:07

Tucker Carlson blames Democrats for ambush on LA deputies because they 'tell people cops are evil agents of racist genocide'

Fox News host Tucker Carlson has blamed Democrats and the Black Lives Matter movement for the shooting ambush on two Los Angeles sheriff's deputies over the weekend, claiming that anti-police rhetoric prompted the attack.

Sep 16 06:05

CDC admitted it failed to track coronavirus months ago: Most states were 'forced to abandon' COVID-19 surveillance by June, leaked documents reveal

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) effectively gave up trying to keep track of coronavirus, admitting it had failed to do so months ago, according to documents obtained by Forbes.

Sep 16 06:03

Moment woman forces suspected arsonist to the ground and holds him at gunpoint outside her Oregon property after she spots box of matches in his hand

An Oregon woman held an alleged arsonist at gunpoint until police arrived at the scene after the man claimed he was going to start a fire on her property.

Sep 16 06:02

Rare pink dolphins return to Hong Kong waters after coronavirus lockdown halted ferry traffic

Sightings of vulnerable Chinese white dolphin have risen by 30% since March
Boat and ferry travel were first suspended in the region in the same month
With the lull in water travel, scientists have been able to study how the dolphins respond to noise

Sep 16 06:01

Gifts from a serial killer: Man who befriends mass murderers shows off mementos given to him, from a drawing by BTK Dennis Rader to a Christmas card from Charles Manson, as he launches new podcast where he speaks to killers to tease out more confessions

A drawing from BTK serial killer Dennis Rader. A violin made from popsicle sticks from William Clyde Gibson, who killed three women and buried one in his backyard in Indiana. A Christmas card from Charles Manson.

Sep 16 06:00

NYC comptroller says wealthy residents WILL have to 'step up' and pay higher taxes to close the city's gaping $4.2billion debt - just weeks after Gov. Cuomo begged the rich to return

New York City's wealthiest residents should be prepared to 'step up and help' close the Big Apple's gaping $4.2 billion deficit by paying higher taxes, Comptroller Scott Stringer said.

Sep 16 05:59

Barbados says it will remove the Queen as head of state next year and 'fully leave our colonial past behind'

PM Mia Mottley said Barbados would be a republic by November 2021
'Barbadians want a Barbadian Head of State,' the LSE graduate said
Barbados has had a constitutional monarchy since its independence in 1966

Sep 16 05:57

The spread of coronavirus could DOUBLE during influenza season - but scientists say getting the flu shot could lower your risks during the 'upcoming twindemic'

Influenza outbreaks may enable the spread of the novel coronavirus, a new European study suggests.

Sep 16 05:56

Color coordination! Melania Trump looks elegant in a $3,700 Prada dress as she and Israel's First Lady Sara Netanyahu model matching blue looks for historic peace signing ceremony at the White House

Melania Trump cut a stylish figure in a $3,700 Prada dress as she and her husband, President Donald Trump, greeted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara at the White House on Tuesday.

Sep 16 05:54

Justice Department joins SEC probe into electric truck start-up Nikola after report claims company is an 'intricate fraud' that has misled investors about hydrogen-powered technology

The Justice Department on Tuesday has said it will team up with the Securities and Exchange Commission to probe whether electric truck start-up Nikola misled investors with exaggerated claims about its technology.

Sep 16 05:54

Bill Gates does not think the FDA can be trusted with COVID-19 vaccines and he says the agency has 'lost credibility' amid the pandemic which 'has undone 25 years of vaccination progress

Bill Gates no longer trusts US regulators - and questions whether the Food and Drug Administration's eventual approval of a coronavirus vaccine will mean the shot is safe.

Sep 16 05:53

Tesla Going Down? with John Grace

Sep 16 05:52

Trump says Oracle is 'very close' to signing a deal with Chinese-owned TikTok in a bid to avert the president's ban in the US

Silicon Valley tech giant Oracle is 'very close' to sealing a deal to become the US partner to Chinese-owned video app TikTok to avert a ban in the United States, President Donald Trump said Tuesday.

Sep 16 05:51

American minorities - most with underlying health conditions - account for 75% of under-21s who have died of coronavirus in the US, CDC reveals

Minority children and young adults account for an overwhelming majority of coronavirus deaths among Americans under 21, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report reveals.

Sep 16 05:47

Supporters raise more than $318,000 on GoFundMe to help the two LA deputies shot in their patrol car during Compton ambush - as the reward to find the gunman rises to $200k

A fundraiser launched for the two LA deputies shot during an ambush over the weekend has amassed more than $315,000 in donations in just over 24 hours – as the reward for helping to locate the gunman responsible rises to $200,000.