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Comey & FBI Covered For Security Company CrowdStrike After Evidence Of DNC Corruption Found

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

The DNC refused FBI access to investigate email server hacking. They instead used a company to investigate that would come under fire for faulty data.

On Monday, March 20, FBI Director James Comey was to appear before a Senate hearing to answer allegations of election tampering by Russia. Instead of shedding light on any FBI investigation, or even activities on the part of the agency to prove what happened, Comey would continue to provide smoke screens to hide a DNC connection.

The deception would come in the form of a company called CrowdStrike. Reports from this cyber security company would be held up as an example of proof of the Russian hackers. The problem is that this company had very recently been accused of using fake data. Even as CrowdStrike was dealing with the embarrassment of the false data issue, Comey would use them as the single definitive voice because they are a “…highly respected private company.”

“Fancy Bear,” which is a code name for the type of malware, was allegedly used by Russian hackers to get to the DNC servers. The reason CrowdStrike was able to tie “Fancy Bear” to Russia was that it was also used to hack into an app used by the Ukrainian Army. This link would become the smoking gun that would prove Russia did hack the DNC servers. The specific type of malware would act like an electronic fingerprint.

This is where the story starts to fall apart, in part because the Ukrainian incident did not happen. The evidence in the DNC case was based on faulty evidence. This was not something CrowdStrike gathered on their own; it was data that came from a propaganda website. Not only was the data not credible, but it was also reported by technology experts that the data used was not read correctly. Officials from the Ukraine also contend that these events were completely false.

With CrowdStrike being called out for mishandling the start of the investigation, the story seems to get worse. It appears that there were a variety of flaws in their on-going efforts to find a link to the Trump campaign. Unfortunately, this fake news would be reported as if it were factual.

The FBI had the opportunity to step in to investigate the allegations from the DNC. It would seem that if there was in fact hacking going on, the DNC would welcome the assistance. The FBI was not provided access to the servers that were “hacked.” They did not press the issue. Instead, they allowed the DNC to deny FBI access to the equipment. The FBI would then quietly bow out of the investigation and allow it to be spearheaded by CrowdStrike.

At this point, somehow the paid staff at CrowdStrike would become the official voice for the FBI. The company destroyed the investigation. Access to the DNC servers for FBI analysts would have proven the hack, but that does not seem to fall into the agenda of the DNC.

Even if one takes the word of CrowdStrike to be the absolute fact, their reports tied to the DNC hack did not prove much beyond the company having a hunch about what happened. The Co-Founder of CrowdStrike Dmitri Alperovitch would go on record as saying:

 

“The firm suspects they may have targeted DNC employees with “spearphishing” emails. These are communications that appear legitimate — often made to look like they came from a colleague or someone trusted — but that contain links or attachments that when clicked on deploy malicious software that enables a hacker to gain access to a computer. But we don’t have hard evidence.”

Officials in the Ukraine called the reports from CrowdStrike “delusional.” The CrowdStrike co-founder admitted to a lack of actual evidence. Still, the FBI did not deem it necessary to intervene.

The inconsistencies with the hacking stories and the issues with CrowdStrike would come out in December of 2016. It would continue to be buried at the recent Senate hearing. White House correspondent Lee Stranahan was barred from asking questions about the company. This is the same company that, in their words, had no hard evidence on the claims they made. There are questions that need to be answered if the truth is really what DNC wants.

There is an underlying reason that the FBI and the DNC do not want the issues brought to light; the cover-up of the unsatisfactory work of CrowdStrike and the FBI coming to their defense.

While the DNC has made many claims about the tie to Russia and the server hacks, it seems they do not want the truth to be known. The FBI would have the tools needed to find hard evidence, CrowdStrike appears not to be able to do so.

The DNC working so hard to keep the FBI away from their servers means either there is no evidence or there is something else to cover-up. It is unclear at this point why the FBI was willing to just walk away without answers.

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AP & Politico Confirm President Trump Was “Monitored” In Obama’s Final Days

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

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The left side of the country just continues to put their feet into their mouths with such frequency that their breath must smell like a well-worn pair of Puma Running Shoes. Not only has Maxine Waters called for impeachment on false grounds, but even Whoopi Goldberg said to Trump that “No one hacked your ass,” and called for an apology to Obama. Now it seems that they are going to be eating crow on the left once again, as it has emerged that not only was Trump’s staff spied upon, but so, most likely, was Trump himself. Whoopi had better not hold her breath for any coming apology unless it is coming from Obama to the President.

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) has said that the Donald Trump transition team, as well as the Commander in Chief, were “under U.S. government surveillance following November’s presidential election,” according to Politico. Oddly enough, the act may have been legal under what is known as “incidental collection.” However, this takes nothing away from Trump knowing that it was happening. It also does nothing to dispel the fact that those who were accidentally picking up such bits of information kept it secret even though doing so hurt the President’s image. If it was legal, as it really does seem to be the case with this one, why the tight lips?

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Nunes is rightfully asking why the information was not relayed to the F.B.I. pertaining to the agencies investigations into Russian “meddling,” which was “widely disseminated across the intelligence community.” He has said, “I have seen intelligence reports that clearly show that the president-elect and his team were, I guess, at least monitored. It looks to me like it was all legally collected, but it was essentially a lot of information on the president-elect and his transition team and what they were doing.”

With this prudent information, let us pretend that we are Donald Trump during that pivotal period. Trump, or more than likely one of his IT crew, find “footprints” in the system showing signs of spying or governmental surveillance. How is the president going to know that it was “legal” when he conveys due outrage? These things also need to be reported, which basically amounts to full disclosure from those who obtained the information in the course of transitioning White House administrations or the like. This is at least common morality and ethics once the person who “incidentally” got the information heard of the investigation.

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Thankfully the notion of such moral stances is not absent from everyone, as seen in the fact that Nunes got the information from “sources who thought that we should know it.” He is heading today to tell the president about the new development. It is also being reported that he is seeking more information from the “F.B.I, C.I.A and N.S.A,” something that he will surely find great reluctance at if the recent past is to be any indication.

 

To hear Nunes tell it, this kind of thing happens when someone within the United States of America “communicates with a foreign target of U.S. surveillance,” to quote Politico. When this happens, the real identities of these people are to be revealed to no one, but, “can be “unmasked” by intelligence officials under certain circumstances.” He claims the information was widely seen among the intelligence community and that the data was of “little or no apparent intelligence value.”

He also did not know if the Trump members who were “unmasked” were communicating from Trump Tower or not. Nunes was able to give no information regarding any evidence of Trump having been wiretapped from Obama. Again, it MUST be remembered that from an IT standpoint, this is exactly what it would look like when discovered. Then again, perhaps there is more proof to be found and Obama did tap the phones. Time will vet the truth and facts regarding this accusation, but so far, Trump has been proven correct. He was, in fact, being spied upon, even if “by accident.”

Rhode Island Democratic Rep. David Cicilline condemned Nunes in a tweet for giving Trump the heads up on the matter while he is investigating the President. This would normally be counter to protocol as Cicilline says, except for the fact that Trump, as President, would NEED to know ASAP if he was secure in his communications. Somehow failing to understand this simple fact, Cicilline said, “Investigators are not supposed to ‘brief’ the folks being investigated.” For this strange representative, Trump is supposed to just wait until the shadow chasing is over to find out if his phones are bugged.

It is noted that Nunes did not inform his partner, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, of the planned meeting with Trump or the related news. Schiff found out in the press during the briefing, However, Nunes did tell House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.). Therefore, it was not a secret, but simply something that Nunes did to prevent the news from becoming a political MSM game of “hot potato,” as they passed half truths back and forth. If the information was legally obtained, which all sides seem to agree upon, then there is no breach of legal protocol here. It is as rare as gold nuggets to find both sides agreeing on ANYTHING, so chances are good that all information obtained from at least this source is legal, or was otherwise unavoidable.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is worried about who got unmasked saying, “An American citizen who’s caught up in a surveillance has, by rule of law, has their name protected. The idea that individuals’ names were unmasked and let known suggests — raises serious questions. Why was that name unmasked, what was the intention of doing that.” Depending on the way in which this statement is taken, Spicer could be suspicious of the legality of it all.

This does VERY likely show how Flynn’s calls to Russia were captured by the U.S. government, too. Remember that Flynn broke no law in contacting who he did in Russia; he got in hot water because he did not tell the Vice President. We had not known prior how the government even knew of the call, and now we do. That means that, no matter what they call it, legal or not, there was a lot of malice that ended from this “incidental collection.” General Flynn can attest to this fact, if asked.

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Rothschild Makes Dismal Admission — His Financial World Order now “Threatened”

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

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Source: The Free Thought Project

One of the richest men in the world said in an interview that even though funds and assets of the company are at their highest, the margins and the lines are all dependent on the political situations around the world. Lord Jacob Rothschild further told his investors, giving them a more vivid warning, that because of current situations, investments are going to be more diversified. He further supported his claim by saying his company is going to protect his shareholders and their investments as much as they can from the diving prices in the market.

As comforting as the words are for investors, Jacob Rothschild’s final words are a sugar-coated way of telling his investors to be prepared for anything. “There could well be a period in the future for us when the avoidance of risk is as high a priority as the pursuit of gain,” Rothschild said.

Lord Rothschild’s chosen word ‘period’ may as well be an indication to a coming negative slip in profitability, considering that for the past few years the company has made more than a billion dollars.

However, the report indicates that the Rothschild dynasty has clothed the interests in protecting their assets.

Rothschild Investment Trust Capital Partners is – as you can guess by their name – an investment company registered on the London Stock Exchange. It has grown from more than $200 million in 1988 to around $3 billion today. Lord Jacob Rothschild, whose family owns a large part of the company, heads the investment firm.

Now, if these high profitable funds suddenly fall, then a large chunk of the Rothschild family investment is going to crumble. However, any such downfalls won’t surprise them as they have investments in nearly all global financial institutions.

The 4th Baron of the Rothschild family said, “Since the 2nd World War, we have enjoyed almost seventy years of patiently crafted international working together that has now come under a threat.” This remark points to the British withdrawal from the European Union.

He continued, explaining that if the Syrian situation continues – which may lead to World War 3 – the company will find other options for its investors to invest in and mint profits for them.  He quoted many statements made by President Trump, and said, “In the US, the proposed tax reduction for companies and individuals,” is a hint that the new American administration might loosen up the American business methods.

Furthermore, the head of the Rothschild family also highlighted how the wages have increased by more than three percent over the past few months, which according to the business mogul, affects the end line of every big business.

“Valuations are at the high end of their historical range, inflation is returning and in these circumstances,” said Lord Jacob Rothschild, “it is likely that interest rates in the United States will rise meaningfully.”

Ohio Police Murder Unarmed Man While His Family Watch in Horror

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

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Sources: Strongsville, The Free Thought Project

The Strongsville Ohio police murdered a man while he sat, unarmed in his vehicle with his girlfriend and three kids in the car. Roy Evans Jr. was a felon and thought he was going back to jail, so he made the bad decision to not stop for police when they tried to pull him over. This bad decision shouldn’t have cost him his life, however, but it did. Police have yet to release the name of the shooter and are going into overdrive trying to come up with a justification for the shooting.

Evans led police on a chase for over 14 minutes. The decision to run from police with his innocent family in the car was the worst decision of his life. Despite the bad decision making, killing Roy Evans was an unjustified murder. The vehicle was disabled using spike strips that destroyed Evans’ tires. The car was at a stop and unable to go anywhere. Its tires were flat and it was boxed in by multiple police cars. Once the vehicle came to a stop, an officer can be heard yelling, “show me your hands.” The shot that killed Evans was fired less than two seconds later. It was later determined that Evans was unarmed, however, the statements released by police indicate that they’re digging for a hindsight justification.

After it was determined that Evans had no weapon, the police told the media that they “are exploring the possibility that the vehicle was being used as a weapon.” This is what police do. They kill people, then reverse engineer the reasoning for doing so. This was the case with the Mike Brown shooting, the Philando Castille shooting, and will most certainly be the case with the Alton Sterling shooting – if those investigation results ever get released.

The video released by the Ohio State Police was at least three to four car lengths away from the shooting, with multiple police cruisers having a much better perspective to capture the events as they unfolded.

“I see that man’s face every night when I close my eyes,” Evans’ girlfriend Amanda Pauley told the media. “I’ll never forget the vibrations of the gun. I’ll never forget the man I love falling, his blood all over me.” Evans’ death has left three kids without a father, and a mother without a son. Joy Evans, Roy’s mother, disputed the police version of events from the beginning. “I knew my son didn’t have a weapon. He’s never carried a weapon. Never had any weapons charges.” Roy Evans Sr. told the press, “I had no doubt. My son never hurt anybody unless he had to defend himself.” To make a prediction, the only justice the family of Roy Evans will find is in civil court on the taxpayers’ bill.

One of the biggest factors in police shootings that no one ever seems to catch is how often shootings like this occur in small departments. These departments tend to have next to no experience in dealing with violent subjects. When a department has a distinct lack of violent crime, police tend to use their imagination to try to conceive what a violent criminal actually looks like. Strongsville Police are a small, underfunded and untrained agency. One example which highlights this is the fact that on their website, they have a story prominently featured about how the police, firefighters and medics were given an award for removing a man from underneath a vehicle. It is great to recognize public service workers, however, if they have time to hand out awards for minor incidents, they aren’t out there fighting off violent criminals or learning how to do that in the process.

Member Of Congress Warns Of A 1,000 Point Stock Market Crash If Obamacare Lite Does Not Pass

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

On Thursday, a vote on the Republican healthcare bill was postponed once it became clear that there would not be enough votes for it to pass

Member Of Congress Warns Of A 1,000 Point Stock Market Crash If Obamacare Lite Does Not Pass

Are we going to see a dramatic stock market plunge if the effort to get “Obamacare Lite” through the U.S. House of Representatives ultimately fails? 

On Thursday, a vote on the Republican healthcare bill was postponed once it became clear that there would not be enough votes for it to pass.  House Republican leaders are still optimistic that there will still be a vote on Friday, but that is far from certain.  Many strong conservatives in the House are balking at supporting this bill because while it does eliminate a few of the most troublesome provisions of Obamacare, it keeps many of the elements of Obama’s signature healthcare law that have proven to be popular with the American people.  In other words, this bill is much more about “tweaking” Obamacare than “repealing” it.

This is the first major legislative test for President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan, and so far they are failing.  House Republican leaders have gone into panic mode, because a “no” vote could have some very serious implications outside of Washington.  In fact, one member of Congress is warning that if this bill does not pass that we could see the Dow drop 1,000 points in a single day

It happened in real life on Sept. 29, 2008, when the House first voted on a Wall Street bailout intended to stem the financial crisis. In a swirl of uncertainty, Republican members stampeded to “no,” defeated the measure and watched the Dow tumble by more than 700 points. The same thing could happen on the GOP health bill, a veteran member told CNBC on Thursday — only bigger.

“If this goes down, we could take a 1,000-point market hit,” the member said. To be sure, traders and investors tell CNBC the market likely will go lower if there is no compromise Thursday, but the decline won’t likely come near a 1,000-point drop. That would represent a nearly 5 percent drop in the Dow, a bit less than the 7 percent decline when the index fell 777 points in September 2008.

And even if this bill does pass, we are probably headed for some sort of significant downturn anyway.  Sven Henrich has just told CNBC that he believes that “the market could see a 5 to 10 percent drop in the near term”…

The market has enjoyed a stellar bull run, but a correction is likely looming, according to Sven Henrich, also known as the “Northman Trader.”

A very long-term analysis of the S&P 500, in conjunction with a look at the CBOE Volatility Index, leads Henrich to believe the market could see a 5 to 10 percent drop in the near term.

But fixing our failing healthcare system is far more important than trying to prop up the financial markets, and so the strong conservatives in the House are quite right to stand by their principles.

Simply “tweaking” Obamacare is not going to fix anything, and it is extremely disappointing that President Trump and Paul Ryan are advocating such an approach.

Thankfully, there are a number of strong conservatives in Congress that are willing to take a stand for what is right even if it means standing up against their own party.  One of those principled conservatives is Senator Rand Paul, and he says that right now there are at least 35 Republican “no” votes in the House, and that would be enough to kill the bill…

I think there’s easily 35 no votes right now so unless something happens in the next 24 hours, I would predict they pull the bill and start over. I think if conservatives stick together, they will have earned a seat at the table where real negotiation to make this bill an acceptable bill will happen. But it’s interesting what conservatives are doing to change the debate. We went from keeping the Obamacare taxes for a year—hundreds of billions of dollars—but they’re coming towards us because we’re standing firm. So we have to stick together, and if we do stick together there will be a real negotiation on this. The main goal I have is not to pass something that does not fix the situation. If a year from now, insurance rates and premiums are still going through the roof and it’s now a Republican plan it will be a disservice to the president and all of us if we pass something that doesn’t work.

If this bill is ultimately defeated, I have an idea that might work.

Why don’t we get the government out of the healthcare business entirely?

Once upon a time when we actually let the free market determine the allocation of healthcare resources, we had the best healthcare system in the entire world.

But after decades of experimenting with socialist principles and adding mountains of rules, regulations and red tape to the system, we have a giant mess on our hands.

Either we need to go back to a true free market system, or we might as well go ahead and just socialize the entire thing.

Right now, hard working families have to pay for their own healthcare and also pay for the socialized healthcare that more than 125 million other Americans are receiving.

Yes, when you add up all of the Americans that are on Medicaid, CHIP, Medicare and other government programs, it comes to more than 125 million people.

So a lot of hard working families are scared to ever go to the hospital because their insurance deductibles are so high, and yet their taxes go to pay for all of the free healthcare that people on government assistance are receiving.

If the government is going to pay for the healthcare for nearly half the country, why should the rest of us have to pay for ours?

What we have now is such a ridiculous system, and what President Trump and Paul Ryan are proposing is not “free market” in any way, shape or form.

So I say let this horrible bill fail even if it means that financial markets will freak out for a little while.

Hopefully what transpires over the coming days will cause Republican leadership to go back to the drawing board, and a clean repeal of Obamacare would be a really good place to start.

Man Who Sworn Off Masturbating for 700 Days gets Metamorphic ‘Superpowers’

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

Do you have a compulsive need to masturbate? Discover how a Reddit user and founder of NoFap movement quit the masturbation addiction, controlled his sexual urges, and gained immense superpowers in the process.

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What is addiction? Psychology Today describes addiction as a condition manifested by compulsive substance use (such as alcohol and cocaine) or compulsive need for pleasurable activities (such as porn and shopping). The continuation of these activities changes the brain and leads to harmful consequences affecting work, relationships, health, learning, and motivation.

What is masturbation? Healthism describes masturbation as the stimulation of the sexual organs, usually by a person himself, to obtain an orgasm or to release sexual energy.

What are superpowers? There is no rigid definition of a superpower. Dictionary.com describes superpower as a power greater in scope or magnitude than that which is considered natural or has previously existed.

In the modern world, superpowers are described as near-Godlike abilities or superhuman traits (such as X-ray vision and the ability to cling to most surfaces) that create, control, manipulate, shape and reshape everything and anything. This is why you have the Batman and the Superman classified as superheroes, although they do not have any actual superpowers.

Is masturbation an addiction? Though science says it is a healthy practice, if someone masturbates more than three to seven times a week, it means they have an addiction which, among other issues, can cause infertility, undue anxiety, low self-esteem, and low-quality sleep.

Can abstinence from masturbation give you superpowers? Brohit, a Reddit user, claims he gave up self-pleasure for 700 days and reckons his abstinence from masturbation gave him ‘superpowers’.

Brohit, who started “NoFap” (an online community of 200,000+ strong men and women dedicated to abstaining from masturbation and pornography for periods of time), quit masturbating two-and-a-half-years ago and has gained immense control of his reality, going so far as to referring to it as gaining superpowers.

In a heartfelt post, Brohit explained how he gained metamorphic superpowers:

“We are all born with an empty void inside of ourselves. All our life we try to fill this void with something or the other. It can be anything – religion, spirituality, women, academics, work, porn, tinder, sex, mobile phone, TV, movies, and so on. How we fill this void makes us who we are. But this makes me wonder how can all these man-made, artificial things compose our personalities?

“Once I quit fapping, my mind did feel a lot clear and I was at peace more often. Yes I was able to feel all those things you call ‘superpowers’ too – sudden increase in confidence, laser sharp focus, more attention from women, easier to find sex, energy boosts, etc. However, I don’t like to refer to them as ‘superpowers’ – how do we know these superpowers aren’t just normal human tendencies?

“Maybe the constant glorification of sex and fine-ass honeys that we are exposed to daily has fogged our general perspective – now we can only think about sex and what it would be like to sleep with women that have ‘perfect’ bodies. But once we start controlling our sex urges, our mind realizes that there’s more to life and this world than just sex and hot women. If we can learn proper self-control, we can master anything.”

Brohit, who acknowledged being a ‘hypocrite’, argued there is no such thing as a healthy addiction:

“Ever since I started NoFap, Ive realized that I have way too many other addictions and obsessions. These addictions arent anything severe or serious. But the more I try to avoid them, the more my confidence is shaken apart. I check my phone every few minutes to see if that cute girl I texted has replied to my texts/ snaps.

“I go on tinder so frequently to see if I can find my one true soulmate (or maybe just get laid soon). Having meaningless sex with a new girl every time. Hows any of this different from masturbating? And if none of these things go according to how I want them to, my self-esteem and general level of happiness takes a serious blow.

“You guys might say that these are healthy addictions. But I dont want to agree to that. Theyre all meaningless attachments. I want to get rid of them because they bring nothing but misery to me in the long-run. They are nothing but mere blockages in my way to find my source of inherent confidence and true purpose.

“Recently Ive started pulling these out of my life one-by-one. I feel much more at peace. But I know that it takes one shitty day to get back to where I was before. At least now I can take comfort in the fact that if I can control my urge to jerk off then I have developed a strong enough will power to beat an addiction that people blindly dont even consider an addiction.”

The ability to quit porn and compulsive sexual habits, say its members, is a quick test of self-control, which helps treat porn addicts incapable to get aroused by real life sex, encourages youngsters to quit drugs, and gives confidence to newlyweds to look forward to having a healthy sexual outlook in their marriage.

Potential ‘smoking gun’ showing Obama administration spied on Trump team, source says

March 24, 2017 Leave a comment

The intelligence is said to leave no doubt the Obama administration, in its closing days, was using the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on President-elect Trump

Potential 'smoking gun' showing Obama administration spied on Trump team, source says

Republican congressional investigators expect a potential “smoking gun” establishing that the Obama administration spied on the Trump transition team, and possibly the president-elect himself, will be produced to the House Intelligence Committee this week, a source told Fox News.

Classified intelligence showing incidental collection of Trump team communications, purportedly seen by committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and described by him in vague terms at a bombshell Wednesday afternoon news conference, came from multiple sources, Capitol Hill sources told Fox News. The intelligence corroborated information about surveillance of the Trump team that was known to Nunes, sources said, even before President Trump accused his predecessor of having wiretappedhim in a series of now-infamous tweets posted on March 4.

The intelligence is said to leave no doubt the Obama administration, in its closing days, was using the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on President-elect Trump, according to sources.

The key to that conclusion is the unmasking of selected U.S. persons whose names appeared in the intelligence, the sources said, adding that the paper trail leaves no other plausible purpose for the unmasking other than to damage the incoming Trump administration.

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