The Senate voted to pass the extremely controversial bill which would reauthorize FISA, and which many claim would result in increased warrantless spying powers for an already grotesquely powerful NSA.
The carnival of media hysteria which portrays Trump as a figurehead to be despised, while sanctifying the policies of the Clintons and Obamas and even the Bushes of the world who are of the same ilk. The problem is not even that the media excuses the bad policy of corrupt statesmen: it is that the media charade pretends to be emotionally invested in one figure against the other in order to maintain the status quo.
Project Veritas continued its series of stunning revelations regarding Twitter earlier today. Veritas, under the leadership of investigative journalist James O’Keefe, previously revealed that Twitter is pressured by numerous governments to delete celebrity accounts, and raised the possibility that Julian Assange’s Twitter account had been removed temporarily by the company.
The new year began with an adrenaline-filled 11 days. The first two weeks of 2018 have brought the announcement of new Clinton investigations, the affirmation that the DNC Fraud Lawsuit would continue through the appeals process, and the possibility of freedom for Julian Assange.
Attorneys for the plaintiffs in the DNC Fraud Lawsuit received good news from the 11th Circuit Court of Federal Appeals earlier today. The Becks stated via social media that “After posing two separate jurisdictional questions, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has found jurisdiction sufficient for the case to proceed on appeal.
Although temperatures have since returned to relatively normal ranges, the incident revealed the troubling inability, especially in Southern States, to help homeless populations in extreme temperatures. It also revealed the ongoing seriousness of homeless in America, with many of this growing population working for long hours but still unable to afford housing.
“The World Is Watching,” the US recently warned Iran, as related by the BBC. The report stated: The US says “the world is watching” how Iranian authorities respond to anti-government protests that have broken out in several cities. A White House statement said Iranians were fed up with “the regime’s corruption and its squandering of the nation’s wealth to fund terrorism.” President Donald Trump has also published multiple tweets on the matter, excoriating Iran for human rights abuses.
Over the course of the last year, the ‘Russian hacking’ narrative has steadily deteriorated into accusations of nebulous Russian “collusion,” before changing into claims of nefarious ‘Russian trolling.’ By the end of the year, the investigation into Russian meddling had devolved into an outright retaliatory witch-hunt, and the subversion of Democracy shown by the DNC had gone largely unaddressed.
The Internet Party’s Suzie Dawson and Disobedient Media’s Elizabeth Vos have analyzed over 100 documents from the Intercept’s Batch Four of the Snowden Files to date, and have noted numerous items of key significance revealed in the never-before-publicized documents.
In a matter of days, Bitcoin’s value plummeted drastically and Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet’s board of directors, stepped down without naming a successor. The announcement has raised a storm of questions as to the motive behind the decision, and speculation as to Schmidt’s future.
Rebels in Yemen fired a ballistic missile on Tuesday at Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, for a second time in two months, though Saudi officials said that it had been intercepted and that there were no casualties.
Earlier today, Julian Assange wrote via Twitter that the head of Wikileaks’ legal team, Baltasar Garzón, was targeted in a break in. The Wikileaks founder stated that no money was taken, security cameras were taped over and that local police believed it was a “very professional” operation.