What’s the biggest threat to American democracy right now? If you believe the mainstream media, it’s definitely that old Cold War boogeyman – the Russians. The ‘Russian connection accusation’ is the current weapon of the left and the deep state which they already used effectively against Michael Flynn, and now Attorney General Jeff Sessions has landed in their crosshairs. But what are the true motives behind this?
In the following video, Right Wing News looks at how the pervasive Russian connection accusations, which the dishonest media is single-mindedly focusing on is nothing but a smokescreen to cover up the true threat – high-level pedophiles in Washington DC. President Trump, who has already cracked down on 1,500+ child sex offenders, intends to use Jeff Sessions as his own secret weapon against the DC pedophiles. No surprise then, about they are coming so hard after him.
I personally hope they hang the shooter publicly who shot the Sikh...
Obama Advisor Rhodes Is Wrong: The President Can Order A Wiretap, And Why Trump May Have The Last Laugh
Joseph E. Meyer, writer of the Straight Money Analysis Report has, for nearly five decades, been personally and professionally involved with the U.S. financial industry. He has literally helped thousands of people find their ways through the maze of questions that can arise in an ever-changing financial environment. Meyer has seen good markets turn bad and then turn back toward prosperity again. Joseph Meyer has the answers that only experience and common sense can provide.
1) The stagnant economy at some point in the future will require additional fiscal stimulus. The purported economic recovery has been very anemic with growth levels very low for a given number of consecutive years. The current strength in both the U.S. equity markets and the U.S. dollar are very temporary. I am looking for both to reverse soon.
CME Group and Thomson Reuters are to step down from providing the LBMA silver price benchmark auction, the London Bullion Market Association said on Friday, less than three years after they successfully bid to provide the process.
“In consultation with the LBMA, CME Group and Thomson Reuters have decided to step down from their respective roles in relation to the LBMA Silver Price auction,” the LBMA said in a members update seen by Reuters.
The two will continue to operate and administer the silver auction until a new provider is appointed, the LBMA said. It will launch a new tender to appoint an alternative provider to operate the process “shortly”, it said.
Aided by a politically correct culture of “tolerance”, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is secretly building a “parallel” society in Sweden by infiltrating organisations and political parties, a government report has concluded.
Surprisingly, the document takes aim at “political elites” for fostering a doctrine of multiculturalism and silence, which can help and facilitate the nefarious ends of anti-democratic organisation like the Brotherhood.
Somewhat predictably, however, the publication of such claims in Sweden – where open criticism of liberal, multicultural ideals is rare – has caused a row, with critics labelling the report “conspiratorial” and claiming it misrepresents Islam.
Tom Heneghan goes over the latest versus the spying on Trump Tower and the Grand Jury operating in Washington DC! Spread this information everywhere!
Lee County, FL — Lee County Deputy Raymond Gallagher is a bad cop. It is cops like him that add to the fear people feel when they see those red and blue lights in their rearview mirrors as they are targeted for extortion for some arbitrary traffic violation. However, thanks to the power of video and a cop watching citizen, Deputy Raymond Gallagher is a cop no more.
In October, Gallagher pulled a woman over for speeding. It was a routine stop and it appeared that the woman wanted to get off the road, so she pulled into a parking lot at a nearby shopping mall. Never did the woman try to flee or resist or otherwise pose any threat to Gallagher. However, that did not stop him from creating the violent scene that unfolded next.
The Alex Jones Channel:
I was surprised this week that the stock market reached new highs — despite the fact that expectations of a March rate hike by the Fed moved from 40% to 60% in three days. Today those expectations are about 75%.
But I’ve been calling a March rate hike since late December. I was almost alone in that view. Wall Street analysts were paying lip service to the idea that the Fed might raise rates twice before the end of the year, but said the process might begin in June, not March. Market indicators were giving only a 25% chance of a rate hike within the past couple weeks.
Is it because I’m smarter than all these other analysts?