Why isn’t the Stormy Daniels story a bigger deal?
(CNN)Donald Trump’s personal lawyer formed a private company just before the 2016 election to pay $130,000 in exchange for a porn star’s silence about her alleged 2006 relationship with the now-President of the United States, according to the Wall Street Journal.That seems like a big story, no? And yet, while it’s drawn some attention — particularly in the wake of the Journal’s latest reporting Thursday about the private company — it appears to not be moving the needle much with the public.Why?The short answer is I don’t know….
Donald Trump must veto reauthorized NSA spying powers which passed both the House and the Senate yesterday without a single reform, in light of an explosive four-page memo said to detail sweeping FISA Abuses by the FBI, DOJ and the Obama Administration during and after the 2016 presidential election, says former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden….
The ongoing international controversy over the widely-used glyphosate-based weed-killer Roundup and similar herbicides has largely been diverted as a misleading debate on whether glyphosate itself, the largest component of Monsanto’s Roundup, is carcinogenic in recommended doses. New major published studies by a group of biologists and toxicologists at France’s CAEN University reveals that the “adjuvants” or additional chemicals put into Roundup but concealed under company “trade secret” designation, are vastly more toxic than glyphosate alone. In short, the present glyphosate-carcinogen debate is a carefully-crafted red herring or deception game.
Owing to a sneak move by the outgoing German Agriculture Minister in December approving renewal of the license for glyphosate-based weed-killers, the EU in Brussels has extended the use of Monsanto Roundup and other widely-used herbicides another five years within the European Union. The debate largely turned on whether the isolated compound, glyphosate, was carcinogenic or toxic in recommended doses or not….
Germs May Be Everywhere But So Are WiFi and Other Sources of Electrical Pollution (Electrosmog).
There’s a whole lot of sickness going on right now. The media is reporting that much of this is due to “The Flu.”
“Microwave Sickness” and “The Flu” actually share many of the same symptoms.
Doctors introduced the term “Microwave Sickness” in the 1950s. It is caused by exposure to WiFi and other sources of Electrical Pollution which is also referred to “Electrosmog.”
What most refer to as “WiFi” is “Wireless Frequency” which is actually Wireless Radiation. WiFi is produced by Microwave Frequency which is actually Microwave Radiation – like what cooks food in a microwave oven. This is also sometimes referred to as RadioFrequency Radiation or RF.
Many medical professionals aren’t aware that as many as 1/3 of the population is “sensitive” to some degree to sources of WiFi and Electrosmog. Symptoms and severity vary.
“Microwave Sickness” is sometimes referred to as “ElectroSensitivity.” Misdiagnosis is common because there are so many symptoms that could be attributed to other health issues or environmental factors. Behavioral, emotional, and mental health are also affected by WiFi and Electrosmog.
Cell Phone and Wireless Radiation was classified as a Group 2B Carcinogen in 2011 by The World Health Organization. Many scientists insist there is enough research to classify it as a Group 1 Carcinogen.
It has been months since the worst shooting in modern history was carried out in Las Vegas and Americans have been lied to, led astray, and essentially kept in the dark as to what went down that tragic evening. Official narratives have shifted like the tide; and despite dozens of lawsuits and media requests, very little information has been conceded by authorities—until now.
Three months later and Las Vegas Police have yet to even release a still image of Stephen Paddock inside the Mandalay Bay Casino and Resort. Police haven’t even released the type of gun Paddock used in the massacre.
The utter secrecy surrounding the case has some diligent local media pressing the police and, this week, some of that pressure has paid off.
As KVVU reports, inside a district courtroom on Jan. 16, a lawyer for multiple media outlets argued why information pertaining to 1 October is crucial to helping Las Vegas heal, but the lawyer for Metro Police said they can’t release any information because there are still suspects being investigated.
“Without naming names, there are potential charges against other people, because of the ongoing investigation?”, District Court Judge Elissa Cadish asked Metro’s Lawyer Nick Crosby.
“Yes there are charges being investigated,” Crosby replied.
This new revelation that Paddock may have had help or that other people may have had foreknowledge of the attack is nothing short of bombshell as they may be able to help in providing a motive, or at the very least, give a little insight into what actually happened that night.
According to KVVU, Metro police maintain because of possible new suspects they should not have to release anything pertaining to the obtaining of the search warrants or any evidence seized because of them….
Oh no, what should I think now? Should I call my therapist? Somebody tell me what to think!!
All hell is breaking loose in Washington D.C. after a four-page memo detailing extensive FISA court abuse was made available to the entire House of Representatives Thursday. The contents of the memo are so explosive, says Journalist Sara Carter, that it could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and the Department of Justice and the end of Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation.
A source close to the matter tells Fox News that “the memo details the Intelligence Committee’s oversight work for the FBI and Justice, including the controversy over unmasking and FISA surveillance.” An educated guess by anyone who’s been paying attention for the last year leads to the obvious conclusion that the report reveals extensive abuse of power and highly illegal collusion between the Obama administration, the FBI, the DOJ and the Clinton Campaign against Donald Trump and his team during and after the 2016 presidential election.
Lawmakers who have seen the memo are calling for its immediate release, while the phrases “explosive,” “shocking,” “troubling,” and “alarming” have all been used in all sincerity. One congressman even likened the report’s details to KGB activity in Russia. “It is so alarming the American people have to see this,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan told Fox News. “It’s troubling. It is shocking,” North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows said. “Part of me wishes that I didn’t read it because I don’t want to believe that those kinds of things could be happening in this country that I call home and love so much.”…