All posts by Patricia Robinett

Here’s your collusion: Leaking FBI agents got payouts from media

Finally, after two years of promises, we’ve found some real and tangible evidence of collusion in Washington DC during the 2016 presidential election. But, it’s not exactly the Moscow-based Borscht bowl of collusion we’ve been promised. Unless the Kremlin was directing the American media to collude with the American Department of Justice.

That’s right, it was the media colluding with agents and executives at every level of the FBI to try to affect the results of the 2016 presidential election. Hey Robert Mueller, where’s your grand jury now?

The Office of Inspector General’s report on the FBI and Justice Department’s handling (and mishandling) of the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of an unauthorized, non-secure email server to conduct secret government business as Secretary of State revealed real and damning information on the media and their incestuous relationship with the deepest members of the deep state.

While the FBI was leaking worse than the Stanley Cup after a rough all-nighter with Alex Ovechkin, reporters were funneling gifts – pay-offs if you will – back to the leakers in the form of tickets to sporting events, golf outings, dinners, drinks, invites to private exclusive parties and more…

https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jun/15/heres-your-collusion-leaking-fbi-agents-got-payout/

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Screen Use Disrupts Sleep

A number of scientists have been probing into the reaction of retinal cells to artificial illumination. Here’s what they found:In an attempt to discover how the human eye cells perceive ambient lights coming from laptops, smartphones, and tablets, investigators from Salk University found out that the exposure to artificial lighting later at night disrupts the internal circadian rhythms, leading to a set of health problems.

http://thelasttech.com/tech/screen-use-disrupts-sleep/

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Chris Hedges: Sacrifice Zones of America

Chris Hedges calls them “sacrifice zones,” huge pockets of impoverished America on the verge of cementing a permanent underclass. The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist has teamed up with cartoonist Joe Sacco in his latest project “Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt” to shed some light on this issue. He joins Piya Chattopadhyay on TVO, a Canadian public broadcasting service.

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No Longer Afraid Of Death Due to a “Near-Death” Experience (NDE)

The good news is, we don’t have to physically die to experience the beauty of that other realm. See my book, Knowledge, The Essence of World Scriptures. To have that exquisitely beautiful experience on a daily basis is your birthright.

Cherie Aimee underwent a life-changing event during cardiac arrest when she died for 90 minutes — and miraculously came back to life. She joins Megyn Kelly TODAY to describe her profound experience, the phenomenon of crossing over to another “realm” and what happened when she experienced a “life review.”

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Dr Toni Bark, MD at the WA State Legislature – Vaccines are not a “one size fits all” – Some people are very susceptible to vaccines

Short, sweet, clear. Contains many important points…

Dr Toni Bark, MD Speaking to the House Healthcare and Wellness Committee in Washington State. Dr Bark spoke against the proposed law that would eliminate personal belief exemptions to vaccinations for children to attend school.

Biomarker for autism vulnerability still ignored in medical industry

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US Attorney: Enough Fentanyl to Kill 150,000 Seized in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – United States Attorney Mike Stuart announced a major takedown that lead to the seizure of enough fentanyl to kill more than the combined populations of Parkersburg, Huntington, and Charleston. Stuarts says two people from Parkersburg who were arrested as part of Project Parkersburg, a major takedown and dismantling of a multi-state drug trafficking organization responsible for distributing methamphetamine and heroin, appeared in federal court on Wednesday, April 4th, 2019…

https://www.wowktv.com/news/west-virginia/us-attorney-enough-fentanyl-to-kill-150-000-seized-in-west-virginia/1899850934

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Ukrainian to US prosecutors: Why don’t you want our evidence on Democrats?

Ukrainian law enforcement officials believe they have evidence of wrongdoing by American Democrats and their allies in Kiev, ranging from 2016 election interference to obstructing criminal probes. But, they say, they’ve been thwarted in trying to get the Trump Justice Department to act…

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/437719-ukrainian-to-us-prosecutors-why-dont-you-want-our-evidence-on-democrats

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Biden and The Illegal Vote

What Biden was doing frequently in the summer of 2016 was twofold.

Firstly, he was conditioning the American public to the idea of granting illegals the right to vote. This had more immediate effect on illegals and Democrats in general. This was the long game.

Secondly, he was providing Mexican programming channels with the seed or catalyst for content to tell illegal residents of the US that they were actually citizens and had the right to vote. Most Mexico-produced television content is available within the US to Spanish speaking consumers. He was seeding the echo chamber on Mexican TV programming to illegals.

Each time Biden would say this in the summer of 2016, it would be repeated by Mexican newscasters, commentators, television stars, movie stars and sports stars hundreds or thousands of times. And it was entirely unseen by most American citizens.

Watch his infamous speech here, recorded by CNN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAH3hc-_arM

Read this post and much more at https://8ch.net/qresearch/index.html#6029203

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An Awkward Kiss Changed How I Saw Joe Biden

“…as a young Latina in politics, I had gotten used to feeling like an outsider in rooms dominated by white men. But I had never experienced anything so blatantly inappropriate and unnerving before. Biden was the second-most powerful man in the country and, arguably, one of the most powerful men in the world. He was there to promote me as the right person for the lieutenant governor job. Instead, he made me feel uneasy, gross, and confused. The vice-president of the United States of America had just touched me in an intimate way reserved for close friends, family, or romantic partners — and I felt powerless to do anything about it.

Our strange interaction happened during a pivotal moment in my political career. I’d spent months raising money, talking to voters, and securing endorsements. Biden came to Nevada to speak to my leadership and my potential to be second-in-command — an important role he knew firsthand. But he stopped treating me like a peer the moment he touched me. Even if his behavior wasn’t violent or sexual, it was demeaning and disrespectful. I wasn’t attending the rally as his mentee or even his friend; I was there as the most qualified person for the job.

Imagine you’re at work and a male colleague who you have no personal relationship with approaches you from behind, smells your hair, and kisses you on the head. Now imagine it’s the CEO of the company. If Biden and I worked together in a traditional office, I would have complained to the HR department, but on the campaign trail, there’s no clear path for what to do when a powerful man crosses the line. In politics, you shrug it off, smile for the cameras, and get back to the task of trying to win your race.

After the event, I told a few of my staff what happened. We all talked about the inexplicable weirdness of what he did, but I didn’t plan on telling anyone else. I didn’t have the language or the outlet to talk about what happened. Who do you tell? What do you say? Is it enough of a transgression if a man touches and kisses you without consent, but doesn’t rise to the level of what most people consider sexual assault? I did what most women do, and moved on with my life and my work.

Time passed and pictures started to surface of Vice-President Biden getting uncomfortably close with women and young girls. Biden nuzzling the neck of the Defense secretary’s wife; Biden kissing a senator’s wife on the lips; Biden whispering in women’s ears; Biden snuggling female constituents. I saw obvious discomfort in the women’s faces, and Biden, I’m sure, never thought twice about how it made them feel. I knew I couldn’t say anything publicly about what those pictures surfaced for me; my anger and my resentment grew.

Had I never seen those pictures, I may have been able to give Biden the benefit of the doubt. Had there not been multiple articles written over the years about the exact same thing — calling his creepy behavior an “open secret” — perhaps it would feel less offensive. And yet despite the steady stream of pictures and the occasional article, Biden retained his title of America’s Favorite Uncle. On occasion that title was downgraded to America’s Creepy Uncle but that in and of itself implied a certain level of acceptance. After all, how many families just tolerate or keep their young children away from the creepy uncle without ever acknowledging that there should be zero tolerance for a man who persistently invades others’ personal space and makes people feel uneasy and gross? In this case, it shows a lack of empathy for the women and young girls whose space he is invading, and ignores the power imbalance that exists between Biden and the women he chooses to get cozy with…

Read more at http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/03/an-awkward-kiss-changed-how-i-saw-joe-biden.html

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