September 2017

Month: September 2017

Trump lawyers go after Facebook users

The Trump administration obtains search sessionswarrants to access the Facebook pages of thousands of anti-Trump protesters

The government will scrutinize the political associations and personal views of potential subversives and compile a dossier of Trump enemies.

The warrants will search all data relating to Donald Trump and last year’s election, targeting, for example, Facebook users who used the social medium to organize a campaign to disrupt Trump’s inauguration.


The intent is to stop those who seek to bring down the Trump administration, and thwart their leader Mark Zuckerberg’s machinations to control the minds and behavior of his followers.

Zuckerberg seems to be on a global mission to dominate the mindsUnknown and herd-instinct of the more than 20 billion sheep-like followers who check in on Facebook every month.

The manipulative multi-billionaire may be able to sucker the sheep, but he’s no match for the most powerful man on earth.


Kushner coverup


Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, is a woman.

Kushner is registered to vote as a female in New York State, according to official records at the New York State Board of Elections.

Now you mention it, he looks like a woman! And if you’ve ever heard him speak, he sounds like a woman.

First Daughter Ivanka Trump’s secret — even the president doesn’t know.

Cowboys from Hell


‘America’s team’ owner is a disloyal hypocrite

As the crowd booed, the entire Dallas Cowboys football team, including owner Jerry Jones, refused to stand — aka, ‘taking a knee’ — for America’s national anthem before the start of a Monday night game with the Arizona Cardinals.

Jones has previously been a harsh critic of players who take a knee during the singing of the Star Spangled Banner, but Monday night he showed his true colors and betrayal of patriotism by sacrificing his beliefs for sheep-like subservience to the current trend.


It was Jones who said in August: “The national anthem is sacred. Our flag is sacred.”

But, in defiance of President Trump’s patriotic call, Jones showed himself to be a turncoat and a coward. So much for true patriotism.

The Cowboys — known as America’s team for everything that it means to be American — showed a disrespect for the anthem and the flag, and America itself, that follows the sickening display of at least 150 players who did not stand for the national anthem at multiple football games on Sunday.

Meanwhile, a national survey shows that Americans agree with President Trump on his national anthem stance and on his rebuke of the NFL protests.

So, on your feet, Cowboys, and giddy-up go.


Right-wing party now a force in Germany

AfD’s Alexander Gauland and Alice Weidel

Anti-immigration AfD gains political power, vows to ‘reclaim our country’

Chancellor Angela Merkel won Sunday’s election but lost more than a million voters as the populist, right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) becomes the biggest opposition party in parliament.

unknown-25The AfD is the first far-right group to win seats in the Bundestag since the 1950s, scoring an astonishing 88 seats.

The party ran a campaign that blasted Merkel’s 2015 decision to open Germany’s borders to immigrants and refugees, spawning an outbreak of violence and chaos that grows worse every year.

AfD co-leader Alexander Gauland told a crowd of supporters, “Dear friends, now that we’re the third biggest power, the government has to buckle up. We will hunt them. We will hunt Ms Merkel and we will reclaim our country and our people.”

Alice Weidel, who shares the leadership with Gauland, said that the party would begin investigating Merkel to see if she broke German laws during the height of the European migrant crisis in 2015. “We have come to stay and we will stay,” Weidel said.

Weidel and Gauland of the anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany react before they address a news conference in Berlin
Alice Weidel and Alexander Gauland said they will return Germany to its rightful citizens.