Saturday, August 31, 2019

DORIAN UPDATE, AUG. 31ST, 11:00 AM: Dorian's Track Continues to Shift East Away From Florida

As of 11 a.m. Saturday, Dorian continues to strenghten but with the high in the Atlantic weakening and an expected trough in the Eastern US, the turn to the north is still expected. Dorian will slow down over the Bahamas which means the track trend continues to shift eastward. 

Dorian is located over a part of the Atlantic Ocean that has very warm water and the atmospheric conditions are favorable for it to maintain its intensity or even nudge up slightly.

It is moving WNW and will continue that motion for the next two days and eventually slow down significantly, perhaps dangerously close to the northern most islands of the Bahamas.

A Hurricane Warning is in effect for the Northwestern Bahamas except for Andros Island. A Hurricane Watch is in effect for Andros Island.
After that, the ridge of high pressure that had been pushing it WNW will weaken some, opening the door for Dorian to make its turn to the north. Due to Dorian’s current WNW motion as opposed to west motion and it slowing down prior to reaching the East Coast of Florida, that turn north may very well occur before reaching the East Coast of Florida.
This may end up being similar to Matthew from a few years ago. It is still too early to say whether or not the center would cross the East Coast of Florida. Since Dorian will be a relatively small storm if it stays far enough off shore that would keep major hurricane winds in the Atlantic.
Any slight nudge westward would push the very dangerous winds onshore the east coast. Either way, hurricane winds, at least in gusts will be expected up the East Coast. North of the center, the onshore wind will lead to a storm surge concern on the East Coast.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

AUGUST 29TH, 11:00 AM UPDATE: Dorian Expected To Become Major Hurricane

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Hurricane Dorian is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane during the next couple of days.

At 11 a.m. Thursday, Dorian is slightly stronger, pressure down to 986 mb and max winds of 85 mph. It is expected to strengthen as it tracks to the northwest.

Dorian may reach category 4 strength as it nears Florida's east coast.

As of right now, there are no coastal watches or warnings in effect.

Overnight, a dry slot was noted penetrating into the southeastern portion of the circulation, with the eye becoming cloud- and rain-filled.  

The shear is expected to diminish during the next 12 to 24 hours and with lower shear and very warm waters, Dorian is forecast to strengthen and become a major hurricane on Friday.

Dorian is moving toward the northwest near 13 mph and this general motion is expected to continue through Friday.  A west-northwestward motion is forecast to begin Friday night and continue into the weekend.

The computer models are not in agreement on landfall in Florida. 

The American GFS model shows a weaker ridge and brings Dorian close to the Florida/Georgia border, while the European and other models show stronger ridges and remain the southernmost solutions near South Florida.

The most notable change in the new forecast is that it's a little bit slower than the previous one as Dorian approaches Florida.

Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a state of emergency for counties in the path of the storm.

"All Floridians need to really monitor Hurricane Dorian and make necessary preparations," the governor said Thursday. "This is a track that has a significant amount of uncertainy. The key is to have a plan and make those preparations right now."

A state of emergency also protects people from price gouging, like at the gas pumps. Here's what you need to know and how to file a complaint with Attorney General Ashley Moody if you get ripped off. 

Hurricane Dorian


LOCATION...21.4N 67.2W






There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Here is the August 28th, 11 am advisory on Tropical Storm Dorian.

Here is the August 28th, 11 am advisory on Tropical Storm Dorian. Everything from the East Coast of FL to SC is still in play. There is still a great deal of uncertainty in the forecast.


Lawyers: Evidence shows Epstein death 'far more consistent' with murder

Attorneys for financier and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein said his death in federal custody was “far more consistent with assault” than suicide in a court hearing Tuesday, according to Newsweek.

"We did not see a despairing, despondent, suicidal person" ahead of Epstein's death on Aug. 10, one of Epstein's attorneys told District Judge Richard M. Berman, according to Newsweek.

The lawyers said they could provide further evidence backing their claims.

Epstein’s lawyers said the medical examiner who ruled Epstein died by suicide had only seen nine minutes of footage from a single security camera before making the determination.

At the same hearing, federal prosecutors asked Berman to end the proceedings, while Epstein’s attorneys asked him for a formal investigation into the death. The Justice Department and FBI have already announced multiple probes into Epstein’s death.

Attorneys representing women who accused Epstein of sexual abuse and rape have also asked Berman for an independent probe, saying their clients would be more confident in the outcome of such an investigation, according to the publication.

“We have a profound problem with the conclusions of the medical examiner,” said one attorney, with another telling Berman "there are conspiracy theories galore ... what if the tapes only broke down on the day he was killed or he died” and inviting Berman to tour the Metropolitan Correctional Center, where Epstein was found non-responsive.

Attorneys argued Epstein lacked motive to take his own life, saying that the time of his death, the registered sex offender’s legal team had decided to pursue an appeal challenging prosecutors’ ability to pursue the case that they believed had a high chance of success.


STUPID: Liberal San Francisco bans bottled water at the airport, but not soda loaded with high-fructose corn syrup

(Natural News) Liberal virtue signaling on the Left Coast reaches new heights with the banning of plastic water bottles at the San Francisco Airport. Under the ban, single-use plastic water bottles will no longer be sold at airport restaurants, shops and vending machines. According to officials, the move to eliminate plastic water bottles is an airport-wide effort to reduce plastic waste.

Because the airport’s ban on single-use plastics solely targets water, this means sodas, iced teas and other sugar-sweetened beverages bottled in plastic are still fair game. Simply eliminating water as a beverage option is unlikely to help reduce the amount of plastic waste the airport produces in a meaningful way. But boy, does it make them look "progressive."

The water bottle ban also poses a big problem for passengers looking to quench their thirst healthfully: Due to security issues, you can’t bring your own bottled beverage into the airport. You can bring an empty bottle — but does anyone really want to drink airport tap water? Probably not.

Water bottle ban

According to reports, the new rules regarding plastic water bottles at San Francisco Airport (SFO) came into effect on August 20. Under the ban, the sale of single-use plastic water bottles will be eliminated — and passengers cannot even bring their own single-use water bottle with them. Instead, SFO will encourage travelers to either bring their own reusable bottle or buy a reusable container at the airport.

SFO is home to over 100 "hydration stations" designed for filling up reusable water bottles with filtered water. Unfortunately, San Francisco is one of the dirtiest cities in the nation. Tap water is often highly contaminated and even filtering isn’t always enough.

There is, however, a loophole: The ban only applies to single-use containers that have a capacity of one liter or less. Most people probably don’t want to be burdened with a gallon-sized jug of water at the airport, but it is an option.

The other option travelers have is fairly obvious: Drink something else. Because the ban only applies to single-use water bottles, other bottled beverages will still be readily available.

It’s understandable that SFO is interested in sustainability; it’s a massive airport and according to reports, sells about four million water bottles every year.

That is a lot of water bottles — and it is well-established most plastic waste ends up becoming an environmental pollutant. But will ceasing the sale of water stop the sale of plastic bottles at the airport? If bottled sodas, seltzers and teas are still available, then the obvious answer is "no."

Virtue signaling

If someone is thirsty, and they’re not the sort of person who carries a reusable water bottle, they’re going to buy what’s available (and affordable). If those four million water bottles become four million bottles of soda, the environment is no better off — and the health of the public will be that much worse. While the ban on plastic water bottles may work, similar efforts have backfired.

Research led by the University of Vermont found that banning plastic water bottles and replacing them with reusable bottles and water fountains actually drove up consumption of plastic bottles. But instead of water, students were grabbing sodas, juices and other beverages.

One of the study authors, nutrition professor Rachel Johnson, commented on the research, "I understand the point about limiting plastic that goes into the waste stream by removing bottled water. But to remove bottled water and then continue to sell unhealthy sugary drinks seems to defeat any public health goals. You’re simply taking away a healthy choice."

Indeed, in many ways, it seems obvious that this "ban" is less about healing the environment and more about keeping up appearances. Liberals love virtue signaling, and it seems like coming up with new ways to ban plastic is the biggest signal of all.

According to reports, SFO has a five-year plan to bring its "net landfill waste, net carbon emissions and net energy use" down to zero. Whether or not that plan includes also eliminating the sale of unhealthy beverages that are bottled in plastic remains to be seen.


Epstein's Victim Tells What Went on Under "The Dome"

There is still much to learn about the Epstein case.

Now some of the victims are coming forward and speaking out about the horrors that went on behind closed doors.

Epstein victim speaks out about what happened to her underneath Epstein Island. (I provide a short clip plus an overview of the details; full interview link below).


Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against Santa Clara County Sanctuary City Policy that Enabled Illegal Alien to Kill an American Citizen

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit on behalf of a County of Santa Clara, CA, taxpayer to overturn a policy that protects aliens in Santa Clara County’s custody from removal proceedings by federal immigration authorities. The taxpayer lawsuit, filed on behalf of Howard Myers, is against Laurie Smith, sheriff of Santa Clara County and Carl Neusel, acting chief of correction of Santa Clara County (Howard A. Myers v. Laurie Smith et al. (No. 19-CV-353510)).

Santa Clara County Board Policy 3.54(B) requires Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents to obtain a “judicial arrest warrant” in order for the county to transfer custody of an alien. Federal law however does not require “judicial arrest warrants” for federal authorities to detain aliens, especially for those who had been incarcerated or arrested by local authorities.

Judicial Watch is asking the court to grant an injunction against the sanctuary policy because:

  • It is an “illegal local regulation of immigration;”
  • It is “preempted by federal law;” and
  • It is “barred by the doctrine of intergovernmental immunity,” which prevents a state from intruding on the federal government’s sovereignty.

On February 28, 2019, Bambi Larson, a Santa Clara County resident, was murdered inside her San Jose home. According to court documents, she suffered extensive and deep wounds consistent with a cutting tool. A few weeks later, Carlos Arevalo-Carranza was arrested and charged with Larson’s murder. Arevalo-Carranza reportedly had multiple, prior convictions in Santa Clara County, including a conviction for burglary in 2015, convictions for battery of an officer, resisting arrest, and entering a property in 2016, and a conviction for false imprisonment in 2017.

He also reportedly had multiple, prior arrests in 2015-2018 in both Santa Clara County and Los Angeles County, including arrests for possession of drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine, prowling, and false identification. At the time of Larson’s death, Arevalo-Carranza reportedly was on probation for possession of drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine, false imprisonment, and burglary.

ICE officials sent six separate requests to Santa Clara County, when Arevalo-Carranza was about to be released from its custody, asking that he be detained long enough for federal immigration officials to take him into custody for removal proceedings. Each request was ignored because of Santa Clara County’s sanctuary policies.

In March 2019, San Jose officials reportedly “criticized so-called sanctuary policies they say prevented federal authorities from detaining a gang member in the country illegally before he allegedly killed a woman.” The murderer was a, “self-admitted gang member,” with a “long criminal history in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles spanning five years.”

“Sanctuary policies are illegal and deadly,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Judicial Watch has been a leader (and often the only) legal opponent to sanctuary policies that ignore federal and state laws concerning immigration at the expense of the public’s safety, the rule of law, and our national security. Our new taxpayer lawsuit simply seeks to stop tax dollars from being spent on a sanctuary policy that harms public safety and undermines the rule of law.”

Judicial Watch is also pursuing a taxpayer lawsuit against San Francisco’s illegal immigrant sanctuary policies, which is scheduled to go to trial in 2020.


Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Tropical Storm Dorian projected to impact Florida during this upcoming LABOR DAY weekend

Hillary Clinton tweets FAKE NEWS about Trump nuking hurricanes




If This Is Exposed CNN & MSNBC Will Cease To Exist! Americas Darkest Secret Revealed!


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Some footage taken outside Jeffrey Epstein's cell on the night of his death deemed unusable by investigators

One of the cameras in the hallway outside of Epstein's cell captured footage that was deemed unusable, though it is unclear what about the footage investigators deemed not usable, The Washington Post reported.

  • Epstein died by suicide in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center earlier this month, prompting a federal investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death.

  • Epstein's defense team blasted the "medieval conditions" of the federal prison, blaming their employer's death on the prison's broken protocol.

  • Epstein died by suicide in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center earlier this month, prompting a federal investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death. Both the FBI and the Justice Department's inspector general's office are investigating.

    The Post reported that one of the cameras in the hallway outside of Epstein's cell captured unusable footage, though it is unclear what about the footage made investigators deem it unusable. Clearer footage was captured in the vicinity by other cameras, according to The Post.

    Since Epstein's death, reports have surfaced detailing incidents of alleged broken protocol, including guards reportedly sleeping on their shift, Epstein being housed alone, and the prison facing severe staffing shortages.

    After the cause of death was deemed a suicide by the New York chief medical examiner, Epstein's defense team said in a statement that they were "not satisfied" with the conclusion and blasted the "medieval conditions" of the federal prison, blaming their employer's death on broken protocol.

    They announced that they would be conducting an independent investigation alongside the federal probes, saying that would use legal action, if necessary, "to view the pivotal videos — if they exist as they should — of the area proximate to Mr. Epstein's cell during the time period leading to his death."

    Epstein was charged in July with conspiracy and sex trafficking of minors. He was transferred to suicide watch after he was found unconscious with bruises around his neck, but was taken off constant observation in late July. He was found dead in his cell a little less than two weeks later.


    New York Times shrieks ‘WAR ON THE PRESS’ when Twitter turnabout is fair play

    So much for those New York Times slogan "Truth. It’s more important now than ever." Digging up old social media postings to use against public figures (usually conservatives) is the kind of "investigation" the Times and the rest of the press have being doing for years. But now, as a recently uncovered pro-Trump project is revealed to be targeting journalists in similar fashion, the tactic is suddenly disreputable, even dangerous.

    (Article by Clay Waters republished from

    Holding journalists accountable for their own offensive statements and behavior is somehow dangerous, as if they’re a protected class with a special dispensation to research publicly available social media posts. The Times is putting itself in the awkward and hypocritical position of opposing the reporting of publicly available statements and facts when done by conservatives.

    The tactic can damage careers, but the newspaper’s outrage comes off hollow, given the press’s history of doxxing Trump supporters for making pro-Trump or anti-Democratic "memes" they didn’t like, and the Times itself, for publishing an op-ed advocating the "doxxing" — revealing personal information on private citizens for the purpose of targeted harassment — of U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents.

    Not to mention the fact that Times journalists like Sarah Jeong and Tom Wright-Piersanti, both guilty of hateful and racist comments on Twitter, retain their positions.

    Times reporters Kenneth Vogel and Jeremy Peters reported in Monday’s edition (online headline): "Trump Allies Target Journalists Over Coverage Deemed Hostile to White House." Vogel’s jittery reaction on Twitter began in all caps: "NEW FRONT IN THE WAR ON THE PRESS:"

    As if the Times itself hasn’t declared itself at war with Donald Trump on its front page.

    Vogel and Peters fretted:

    A loose network of conservative operatives allied with the White House is pursuing what they say will be an aggressive operation to discredit news organizations deemed hostile to President Trump by publicizing damaging information about journalists.

    It is the latest step in a long-running effort by Mr. Trump and his allies to undercut the influence of legitimate news reporting. Four people familiar with the operation described how it works, asserting that it has compiled dossiers of potentially embarrassing social media posts and other public statements by hundreds of people who work at some of the country’s most prominent news organizations.

    The group has already released information about journalists at CNN, The Washington Post and The New York Times — three outlets that have aggressively investigated Mr. Trump — in response to reporting or commentary that the White House’s allies consider unfair to Mr. Trump and his team or harmful to his re-election prospects.


    Monday, August 26, 2019

    Your TV is spying on you; globalists are child-traffickers; Google is targeting conservatives; and other truths we’ve long warned about that are all coming true

    In case you haven’t noticed, so much of what Natural News has predicted over the years is not only now coming true, but is also now being reported by the mainstream media. This proves, once again, that many of the so-called "conspiracy theories" that the independent media is often accused of spreading are actually just cutting-edge truth bombs being dropped long before the establishment chooses to take notice of them.

    Take the "smart" revolution, for instance. For years, Natural News has been warning that so-called "smart" devices are really just spy devices that spook entities like the National Security Agency (NSA) are using to violate the Fourth Amendment rights of Americans – and we’ve taken plenty of flack for suggesting such. But it’s since been shown that "smart" televisions, for instance, are, in fact, watching and listening to people as they stare into these giant screens.

    The same is true for all of the "smartphones" that people stare into all day long, which we warned last fall are being used by tech giants like Facebook to not only listen in on people’s private conversations without their knowledge or consent, but also track their every move – again, without permission.

    It wasn’t too long ago that using words like "globalists" or "deep state" to describe the backroom entities that control our planet was considered to be a "mental illness." But now, once again, such terms have gone mainstream because, contrary to what the establishment would have us all believe, there really is a shadow government working behind the scenes to destroy America from within, and strip its people of all the rights and liberties that were bravely fought for by our Founding Fathers.

    Or how about the corruption of the Democratic Party, which tried to steal the 2016 election in favor of Hillary Clinton? This one is still being denied by the establishment as a "conspiracy theory," even though copious evidence continues to surface, showing that the Clintons, the Obamas, and many other deep state groups had plotted a treasonous coup to prevent Donald Trump from gaining access to the Oval Office.

    "Deep state traitors such as Robert Mueller and Barack Obama can arguably be designated enemy combatants by the President," Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, wrote last fall in response to the many information "dumps" that implicated many prominent Democrats and Republicans for colluding to overthrow a lawfully-elected president. "There is more than enough evidence to be declassified that clearly supports this designation," he added.

    Another topic long denied by the establishment that’s since gone mainstream is the rampant problem of child trafficking and pedophilia within the upper echelons of power, both in the United States and around the world. Jeffrey Epstein, who’s perhaps the most prominent example of this, was recently reported dead from suicide after he was arrested on charges relating to his infamous "Pedo Island."

    But remember just a few years back when all the talk about "Pizzagate" was dubbed a "wild conspiracy theory" by the establishment press? As it turns out, the independent media was on the right track with this one as well, and the mainstream media is only just now catching up with the fact that those occupying the highest levels of government and business are often just a bunch of child-molesting perverts.

    And let’s not forget Big Tech, which thanks to the brave work of Project Veritas and others is now being exposed for skewing the news; meddling in elections; and targeting conservatives, among other crimes. This, too, was dubbed a "conspiracy theory" only just a few years ago, though it’s now undeniable that it was actually a conspiracy fact.

    These and many other bombshell truths were first brought to light by the independent media, it’s important to note, which sustained an endless barrage of attacks simply for suggesting it. But eventually, like with so many other "controversial" topics and issues, the mainstream media picked it up and suddenly it became regular news, now that they’re the ones saying it.

    We’re starting to see the same thing happen with topics like "global warming" and "climate change," as well. Those who rejected the official narrative that the earth is warming due to fossil fuel use have long been dubbed "climate deniers," though it’s now coming to light, just like we long warned, that the alleged "science" behind the official climate narrative is flawed, at best.

    "Climate change scientists know full well that the dishonest media will gladly report fake science as factual and true as long as it promotes their climate change disinformation agenda," warns Adams about how it all works. "They don’t care if the facts check out."

    "All they care about is whether President Trump can somehow be blamed (and Al Gore can be celebrated as a god, even though he knows nothing about real atmospheric science) … Scientific facts are of zero interest to the media, which is almost entirely run by ‘journalists’ who are scientifically illiterate and wouldn’t know what a ‘least squares linear trend’ is if their life depended on it."



    Apple and Samsung sued over ‘cancer risk’ from cell phone radiation

    Apple and Samsung have been hit with a class-action lawsuit over claims that their phones expose users to radio frequency emissions up to 500 percent beyond federal limits. Meanwhile the health debate around smartphones heats up.
    Filed following an investigation by the Chicago Tribune, the lawsuit alleges that the Radio Frequency (RF) emissions of a number of Apple and Samsung phones – among them the iPhone 8, iPhone X, and Galaxy S8 – “far exceed federal guidelines.” The risks of such radiation levels, it continues, include “increased cancer risk, cellular stress...genetic damages, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders,” and a laundry list of other medical problems.

    Children can absorb more than 150 percent more phone radiation than adults, and up to ten times more radiation through their skulls. With kids as likely to use modern smartphones as top-tier military personnel, some researchers say that the FCC’s SAR guidelines are inadequate.The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) tests phones by their ‘Specific Absorption Rate,’ measured in watts of energy absorbed per kilogram of body tissue. No phone sold in America can exceed 1.6 w/kg, while European regulators allow a more generous 2w/kg. However, health activists consider these levels outdated. Indeed, the FCC’s guidelines were put together in 1997, and were largely based on tests carried out by the US military on the head of a 220lb (100kg) soldier.

    No major public health organization has thus far been able to link cell phone use with cancer or other serious ailments. However, a number of studies have found that even at levels far below those set by the FCC, significant health effects are possible. Radiation 2,000 times lower than the 1.6 limit was found to weaken the DNA of lab rats and decrease their sperm count. A dose four times lower was found to statistically increase the likelihood of malignant tumors, while exposure to just under half the limit alters the sleep patterns of users.

    A number of the alarm-raising studies mentioned above were carried out in the 1990s and early 2000s, but the more powerful antennae and different transmitting standards of modern devices mean the true effects could be more drastic. None of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit claim to have actually suffered any illness or health problems. Instead they are suing Apple and Samsung – two of the world’s three largest smartphone manufacturers – for misleading them into buying potentially dangerous devices.

    The upcoming rollout of 5G cell infrastructure has also rung alarm bells. 5G cell towers use shorter radio waves than their current-generation counterparts, meaning as cities in America fast-track their rollout, more will have to be erected to ensure coverage. These shorter waves, however, travel at a much higher frequency meaning users are bombarded with more radiation.

    The FCC maintains 5G is safe, but defers to the Food and Drug Administration’s assessment that “the weight of scientific evidence has not linked cell phones with any health problems” to back this up.

    Dr. Martin Paul, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry at Washington State University, told RT that 5G poses a “great threat”to public health. Pointing to reproductive damage, cardiac effects, and oxidative stress, which can accelerate “every chronic disease we suffer from,” Paul slammed the US government for passing laws to speed up the rollout of 5G technology, but refusing to fund research into the consequences.

    With 5G promising a new chapter in a debate that has raged for three decades, lawsuits like the one filed against Apple and Samsung will likely become more and more commonplace.



    California Governor Blames Texas For California’s Policies That Caused The Homeless Crisis

    California’s authoritarian governor, Gavin Newsom, blamed the state of Texas for California’s homeless crisis. Rather than put the blame directly on the policies California has instituted that stifle free enterprise and punish heavily those who produce, Newsom said it’s the fault of Texas.

    Newsom said many homeless people on the streets of San Francisco are from Texas. in an attempt to shift the blame from himself and the polices of socialists (who get rich peddling socialism to the masses as everyone else becomes impoverished.)

    Former California assemblyman turned Texas resident Chuck DeVore reacted to Newsom pushing the blame onto others. The vice president of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Chuck DeVore, said Wednesday that Gavin Newsom is "responsible for the policies that have created California’s homeless crisis," in the wake of the governor blaming Texas for San Francisco’s homeless crisis.

    "What you’re seeing here are the words of a desperate man that we should almost feel sorry for," DeVore, who served as a California assemblyman for six years, told "Fox & Friends."

    "Governor Gavin Newsom has been in office now for 22 straight years, starting at the San Francisco board of supervisors," DeVore added. Homelessness has been rampant across the state of California in the past few years and merchants and homeowners have become increasingly vocal and incredibly irate at how things are going in the socialist dystopia.

    Though San Francisco has more billionaires per capita than anywhere else in the world, its homeless problem has rivaled third-world nations, according to Fox News. So much for all that "wealth inequality" the socialists are constantly pushing down the throats of the ignorant. Government policies are the most to blame for San Francisco’s wealth inequality.

    DeVore doubled down on this, saying that the government’s enslavement of the people of Californian is exactly why he left. He decided to leave California because of its "high cost of living [and] very burdensome regulations and taxes."

    "There’s more freedom in places like Texas, more opportunity to do what you want to do," he said.

    The sad truth is that socialism doesn’t work and it never has in all the times it’s been tried. Humans are not meant to be slaves and eventually, they figure out that no one has a higher claim over their lives than they do.


    Third confirmed case of dengue fever confirmed in Miami-Dade County

    Mosquitoes are becoming a problem in Florida.

    The Florida Department of Health announced on Friday that three people in Miami-Dade County have contracted dengue fever virus in 2019 causing concern for residents, tourists, and passersby.

    From the Miami Herald:

    The three cases don’t seem to be related, the health department said in a statement. The department issued a mosquito-borne illness alert Friday after a resident of the county was diagnosed with the virus, which is spread through bites from infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. The Aedes also spread chikungunya and Zika virus.

    Additionally, five more cases have been reported this year among travelers to the state.

    Unfortunately, there is no vaccine or treatment available for the virus.


    Sunday, August 25, 2019

    5G Kills Bees Now, Will Sterilize Entire USA for Chinese!

    5G is killing bees now!  See the proof in the video above.

    I’ve already decided that I will never own a 5G capable phone.  It’s my line in the sand since we now know from the following interview that Eric Schmidt did a deal with the Chinese where the 5G would be used to sterilize everybody in the USA and then the Chinese would send in his indestructible Atlas robots to take our guns.  This plan has NOT been stopped by Trump.

    There is no “good” version of 5G!   I urge all patriots to let their carriers know that they won’t be buying any 5G phone or paying for any 5G services.  If you buy a 5G phone and don’t warn others, you’re the reason we keep getting abused by these demons!    If you’re not willing to go without 5G then just join the Illuminati!


    Saturday, August 24, 2019

    Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter found severed cat head outside home amid Jeffrey Epstein reporting

    Former Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter made a disturbing discovery on his front lawn — the severed head of a cat — just after a reporter started digging into Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sexual misconduct, according to a new report.

    Back in 2006, as the feds compiled accusations against the money manager in Palm Beach, Florida, John Connolly, a contributing editor for the magazine, headed out there in search of a story, NPR reported.

    But as Connolly, a stringer, sat down with women who had worked for Epstein, his editor, Carter, called him to report the gruesome cat head in the front yard of his Connecticut home.

    "It was done to intimidate," Connolly told NPR. "No question about it."

    Connolly said he decided to stop reporting on Epstein and later penned a nonfiction book about the disgraced financier with bestselling crime novelist James Patterson.

    But Carter told NPR that the magazine never ceased its Epstein-related reporting because of any perceived threat.

    It wasn’t the first time Epstein allegedly intimidated the magazine editor, according to Connolly.

    A few years earlier, Carter assigned reporter Vicky Ward to look into the source of Epstein’s wealth, and why he was always seen spending time with younger women.

    Ward had interviewed two sisters, Maria and Annie Farmer, who claimed Epstein and his girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell lured and then sexually exploited them, according to NPR.

    Maria told Ward of how Epstein and Maxwell allegedly sexually assaulted her together in an Ohio apartment, and Annie recounted how, she claims, Epstein molested her at his New Mexico property.

    Enlarge ImageAnnie Farmer (left) and Courtney WildAnnie Farmer (left) and Courtney WildGetty Images

    Epstein showed up at Vanity Fair’s offices — and made it clear to Carter that he was not happy, Connolly told NPR.

    "He was torturing Graydon," Connolly told NPR.

    The financier pleaded with Carter to kill the story and called him multiple times after his visit — shooting down any allegations of misconduct, according to Connolly.

    Enlarge ImageGraydon CarterGraydon CarterWireImage

    Ultimately, the story did run in March 2003, titled, "The Talented Mr. Epstein" — with zero mention of the sisters’ allegations.

    "It was terribly painful," the sisters told NPR in a statement. "We hoped the story would put people on notice and they would be stopped from abusing other young girls and young women. That didn’t happen. In the end, the story that ran erased our voices."

    Shortly after publication, Connolly claimed, Carter found a bullet just outside the door of his Manhattan home.

    "That wasn’t a coincidence," Connolly said.

    But according to the magazine, the bullet did not appear immediately after the story was published, but rather in "subsequent years."

    Carter said in a statement issued to the Post that the magazine never backed off any of its reporting because of the threats.

    "During my 25 years at Vanity Fair, we took the legal requirements for reporting incredibly seriously on every story, particularly pieces in which the subject was a private person and therefore rigorously protected by libel laws," he said. "And the fact remains that Ms. Ward’s reporting on this most important topic did not meet our legal threshold when we published the piece in 2003."

    There was never any evidence to connect the threats to Epstein — or anyone, he said.

    "In subsequent years, I received numerous personal threats—including, on separate occasions, the delivery of a bullet on my doorstep and a severed cat’s head in the garden of our weekend house," the editor added. "There was no investigation and I have no idea who was responsible, but my wife and I remember attributing them to the work of aggrieved George W. Bush supporters. To suggest that either of these incidents affected my editorial judgment is flatly wrong."

    Carter wrote a book, published in August 2004, titled, "What We’ve Lost: How the Bush Administration Has Curtailed Our Freedoms, Mortgaged Our Economy, Ravaged Our Environment, and Damaged Our Standing in the World."


    Federal Court Hearing on Clinton Emails – Judicial Watch Asking for Deposition of Hillary Clinton

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that a federal court ordered a hearing for Thursday, August 22, 2019, on the Clinton email issue. On December 6, 2018, U.S. District Court Judge Lamberth ordered Obama administration senior State Department officials, lawyers and Clinton aides to be deposed or answer written questions under oath. The court ruled that the Clinton email system was “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency.”  

    The court ordered discovery into three specific areas: whether Secretary Clinton’s use of a private email server was intended to stymie FOIA; whether the State Department’s intent to settle this case in late 2014 and early 2015 amounted to bad faith; and whether the State Department has adequately searched for records responsive to Judicial Watch’s request. Judicial Watch deposed nearly a dozen witnesses and will seek addition witnesses and documents from the court, including the deposition of Hillary Clinton and Cheryl Mills, her chief of staff at State and personal lawyer who directed the destruction of 33,000 State Department Clinton emails. Lawyers for Clinton and Mills are expected at the hearing Thursday.

    The hearing and report were ordered in accordance with a July 2014 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, which was filed after the U.S. Department of State failed to respond to a May 13, 2014, FOIA request (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:14-cv-01242)).
    In initially granting Judicial Watch discovery, Judge Lamberth criticized the State and Justice Department for possible “bad faith” and “chicanery.”

    “Judicial Watch’s has recently gathered troubling, new evidence about the Clinton email scandal and we hope the court will grant us additional discovery to get more facts,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “And it is outrageous that the Justice Department continues to try to shield Hillary Clinton on her email misconduct.”

    Judicial Watch’s discovery over the last several months found many more details about the scope of the Clinton email scandal and cover-up:

    • John Hackett, the former director for Information Programs and Services (IPS), which handles records management at the State Department, testified under oath that he had raised concerns that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s staff may have “culled out 30,000” of the secretary’s “personal” emails without following strict National Archives standards. He also revealed that he believed there was interference with the formal FOIA review process related to the classification of Clinton’s Benghazi-related emails.

    • Heather Samuelson, Clinton’s White House liaison at the State Department, and later Clinton’s personal lawyer, admitted under oath that she was granted immunity by the Department of Justice in June 2016.

    • Justin Cooper, former aide to President Bill Clinton and Clinton Foundation employee who registered the domain name of the unsecure server that Clinton used while serving as Secretary of State, testified he worked with Huma Abedin, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, to create the non-government email system.

    • In the interrogatory responses of E.W. (Bill) Priestap, assistant director of the FBI Counterintelligence Division, he stated that the agency found Clinton email records in the Obama White House, specifically, the Executive Office of the President.

    • Jacob “Jake” Sullivan, Clinton’s senior advisor and deputy chief of staff when she was secretary of state, testified that both he and Clinton used her unsecure non-government email system to conduct official State Department business.

    • Eric Boswell, former assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security during Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, testified that Clinton was warned twice against using unsecure BlackBerrys and personal emails to transmit classified material.

    The court hearing details are below:

    Date: Thursday, August 22, 2019
    Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
    Location: Courtroom 15
    U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
    333 Constitution Ave NW
    Washington, DC 20001


    Wikileaks death: Dutch hacking expert 'had kayaking accident'

    Arjen Kamphuis disappeared in mysterious circumstances in the Norwegian Fjords and his body has never been found. Police now say he most likely died in an accident and his remains are lost at sea.

    Norwegian police said on Friday they have ended a year-long probe into the disappearance of a Dutch cybersecurity expert, concluding he "most likely" died in an accident.

    Arjen Kamphuis was last seen on August 20, 2018, when checking out from a hotel in Bodoe, just north of the Arctic Circle. A few days later, a kayak with a hole in the hull and an oar were found on the shore of the fjord, as well as some other personal items.

    Those circumstances and his work, which involved advising governments, firms, journalists and activists groups on how to prevent hacking attacks, fueled speculation of possible foul play.


    Bill Gates Refuses to Comment on Why He Flew on ‘Lolita Express’ AFTER Epstein’s Felony Sex Conviction

    It was revealed last week that globalist Bill Gates flew on convicted sex predator Jeffrey Epstein’s "Lolita Express" years after he pleaded guilty to soliciting underage prostitutes, and Gates refuses to comment on the matter.

    Gates flew with Epstein four months after he was released from jail in 2009, and then flew with him again from New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport to Palm Beach in 2013. They were reportedly discussing philanthropic spending, but knowing Epstein’s seedy reputation as an exploiter of young women, much more could have been taking place during those flights.

    Gates traveled aboard Epstein’s Boeing 727, frequently referred to as the "Lolita Express" due to the illicit sex escapades that took place there. The flight was reinforced with padded floors for wild sexual encounters that took place including depraved orgies, although little else is known about the jet as it was shrouded in secrecy.

    The representative for Gates has refused to respond to media requests for a comment thus far. A spokesman said there were no formal ties between Gates and Epstein, although Epstein once claimed he worked as a financial adviser for Gates.

    However, Gates’ former science adviser Boris Nikolic was recently named as the back-up executor of Epstein’s will, which was signed two days before his mysterious death inside a New York City jail cell. This adds fuel to the speculation that Gates and Epstein were far more connected than Gates would like the public to believe.

    "I was not consulted in these matters and I have no intent to fulfill these duties, whatsoever," said Nikolic, who works as a venture capitalist and has funded several gene-editing startups, in a statement regarding his association with Epstein’s massive $578 will.

    Epstein was famously obsessed with genetic editing, hoping to have his head and his genitals frozen after he died, and dreamed of turning his New Mexico ranch into a facility where countless women could be impregnated with his seed. It is unknown whether or not he discussed those plans with Gates and his futurist associates.


    Friday, August 23, 2019

    Joe Biden inspires no one – not even his own wife

    Can we stop pretending that Joe Biden is the inevitable 2020 candidate?

    Much like Hillary Clinton in 2016, Joe Biden’s Democratic primary campaign has thus far cloaked itself in an aura of inevitability. You might not like Joe Biden. He might say racist or sexist stuff from time to time. His gaffes might be occurring at an alarming rate. He might have uninspiring policy ideas. But he’s going to win the primary anyway, so you better get used to him.

    That was the subtext, at least, and an explanation for how banal Biden’s campaign has been so far. If victory is certain, why not hold the ball and milk the clock? Jill Biden, the former vice-president’s wife, made the case bizarrely explicit on MSNBC earlier this week. "Your candidate might be better on, I don’t know, health care, than Joe is," Biden said, "but you’ve got to look at who’s going to win this election, and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say, ‘Okay, I personally like so-and-so better,’ but your bottom line has to be that we have to beat Trump."

    To be sure, Joe Biden is leading among Democrats thus far. The RealClearPolitics average has him ahead of Bernie Sanders by around 12 points, and he has the support of major party funders. But less than a third of Democratic voters are planning to vote for Biden, down from more than 40% the week after his 25 April announcement. An Economist/YouGov poll from this week shows the race narrowing to within the margin of error – Biden at 22%, Sanders at 19%, and Elizabeth Warren at 18%.

    Biden’s fundraising picture also looks less rosy than it did back in May. He’s still the preferred choice of big party donors, but grassroots enthusiasm is receding. After raising an impressive $4.6m online on this first day of his campaign in April, things have slowed to a trickle. As Politico reports, Biden’s median online daily fundraising by the end of June was just $67,000 a day, considerably below Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders.

    The case for Biden’s invincibility is baffling – he’s been running for the Democratic nomination (and losing) since the 80s

    Sanders is an especially important benchmark for Biden. They seem to be competing over much the same base – working class, diverse, not college educated – and either would benefit from the other’s downfall. Despite a narrative earlier this summer of campaign dysfunction and imminent collapse, recent polls have showed that the Vermont senator in a steady position within striking distance of Biden. Sanders has a rabid base of volunteers, superior online fundraising infrastructure, and his existing support may even be undercounted by most polls.

    Yet the media narrative continues to paint Sanders as a fringe pariah and Biden as the inevitable 2020 candidate. It’s reminiscent of the 2016 Republican primaries, in which Donald Trump was considered an unserious candidate whose support was continually underestimated. The serious commentators kept waiting for an establishment wave of moderate Republicans to make first Jed Bush, then Marco Rubio, and then even Ted Cruz happen.

    The case for Biden’s invincibility is especially baffling – he’s been running for the Democratic nomination (and losing) since the 1980s. It simply boils down to Obama coalition supporters (particularly black and brown voters) going with the most familiar face to rid of Trump era upheavals.

    But electability is just one element of what voters are looking for, and Biden is running on nothing else. He has failed to adequately address his past positions in favor of Medicare and Social Security cuts, his engineering of loathed free trade deals, or his opposition to important desegregation measures.

    While other candidates are galvanizing people around Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, and calls to redistribute wealth and power from the 1% to working Americans, Biden is offering nothing. Poke one hole in his electability bubble and his campaign looks ready to implode.

    This early in the race things are constantly changing – many people are still undecided and won’t start paying attention until much later on – so we would do ourselves a lot of good not to live and die with every poll. However, if there is one lesson from the 2016 general election worth remembering it’s this: most people might have not liked Donald Trump, but he gave those who did a real reason to turn out on Election Day. He was a candidate with very obvious convictions running against someone who seemed to focus group and triangulate her every position.

    Joe Biden is Hillary Clinton 2.0. Perhaps Trump’s time in office has been enough of a disaster that idea-avoidance will work this time. But if voters want to be inspired, they’ll turn elsewhere or just stay at home again. Who knows, Jill Biden might even join them.


    Grand Jury Subpoenas Issued For Up To 20 Officers At NYC Prison Where Epstein Died

    Up to twenty employees at the Manhattan Metropolitan Correctional Facility (MMC) where Jeffrey Epstein died have been subpoenaed in connection with the wealthy pedophile’s unbelievable suicide.

    Federal investigators obtained the grand jury subpoenaes while trying to understand what exactly happened leading up to Epstein’s suicide in what CNN reports to be "a new and significant phase in what appears to be a criminal investigation into the workers responsible for Epstein’s detention."

    Epstein was found hanged in his cell in the early morning hours nearly two weeks ago. The multimillionaire financier was awaiting trial on charges that he’d run a sex trafficking ring involving underage girls.

    The suicide of one of highest-profile federal inmates was said to have deeply angered top officials at the Justice Department, and investigators with the FBI and the Justice Department’s Inspector General’s Office have been probing the circumstances that led up to it. -CNN

    On Wednesday, Attorney General William Barr said that several witnesses "were not cooperative," and had "required having union representatives and lawyers before we could schedule interviews." Barr has ordered the FBI and the Justice Department’s inspector general to probe Epstein’s August 10 suicide. Also under review is a prior attempt from July 23 in which Epstein reportedly told his lawyers that then-cellmate Nicholas Tartaglione "roughed him up."

    Tartaglione has denied hurting Epstein, and recently asked a judge to transfer him out of MCC and into another prison after reportedly receiving death threats from guards - including that there would be a "price to pay" if he talks about Epstein’s death.

    Investigators are reportedly focusing on two guards tasked with watching Epstein, who have both been placed on leave in the wake of Epstein’s death. The official story is that they fell asleep on the job. There are also reports that the guards falsified records to show they had checked on Epstein every 30 minutes as required - which, if true could expose them to criminal charges.

    In the days since Epstein’s death, reports of mistakes and mismanagement behind the walls of the hulking Manhattan facility have emerged.

    Barr has cited "serious irregularities" and a "failure to adequately secure" Epstein by the jail, and has in recent days overhauled the leadership there and at the Bureau of Prisons in Washington. -CNN

    Prosecutors hope to learn from the lieutenants in charge of Epstein’s cell block what exactly happened the night he died; whether guards properly conducted their rounds to check on prisoners, and how work was handed off between shifts.

    "The fact that this is a grand jury investigation means that they are investigating a specific crime. It tells me that it’s something more than just 'Let's pick up the pieces and do a report’ like an inspector general would normally do," said former federal prosecutor Elie Honig.

    The 66-year-old Epstein, who had not been checked for hours before his death, was found unresponsive in his cell after being taken off suicide watch days earlier. He reportedly tied a bedsheet to the top of a bunk bed and swan dove with enough force to break a bone in his neck.