Recently released footage taken during a Hillary Clinton event in Austin, Texas shows a vicious group of women Clinton supporters attacking independent reporter Millie Weaver after she asked them a question they did not like. Weaver, covering the event for Infowars.com, attempted to ask multiple different liberal women what their take was on Bill Clinton’s documented history of sexual violence against women. For a group and party supposedly dedicated to women’s rights, the response Weaver was given was startling to say the least. From having her microphone pushed out of her hand to being flipped off directly in her face, the hoard of Clinton zombies showed their true colors, all because Weaver dared to ask them a question that they have purposefully chosen to ignore for years.
A Texas sheriff is under fire for making a Facebook post about his intention to take punitive measures against a truck driver displaying a bumper sticker declaring ‘FUCK TRUMP AND FUCK YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM.’ On Wednesday morning, Sheriff Troy E. Nehls of Fort Bend County, Texas, posted a picture of the back of a truck asking members of the community to help him find the ‘offender.’ ‘I have received numerous calls regarding the offensive display on this truck as it is often seen along FM 359. If you know who owns this truck or it is yours, I would like to discuss it with you,’ he said. Nehls apparently already sought to impose punishment, adding, ‘Our Prosecutor has informed us she would accept Disorderly Conduct charges regarding it, but I feel we could come to an agreement regarding a modification to it.’
Democrats holding political offices have been threatening to impeach Donald Trump since he was elected a year ago. Now, they have finally officially introduced articles of impeachment against the president. Several house democrats introduced the articles of impeachment citing Trump’s violations of the Constitution. But the six Democrats, Representatives Steve Cohen of Tennessee, Luis Gutirrez of Illinois, Al Green of Texas, Adriano Espaillat of New York, Marcia Fudge of Ohio, and John Yarmuth of Kentucky, said at a press conference that the five articles of impeachment come out of concern for the country’s national security. ‘We believe that President Trump has violated the Constitution, and we’ve introduced five articles of impeachment,’ Cohen said at a press conference. The lawmakers pointed to numerous actions by Trump that they say make him unfit to be president, but they singled out five severe actions by the president they say rise to a level meriting impeachment.
This post was published at shtfplan on November 15th, 2017.
The gunman named in a mass shooting that was said to have killed 26 people at a small church outside of San Antonio was convicted by the military several years before the tragic attack in 2012. This past week new information concerning the apparent First Baptist Church gunman 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley, revealed that the previously convicted Air Force airman was already well-known to authorities via his ‘bad conduct discharge’ from the military in 2012. The recent acknowledgement in Kelley’s case history, coupled with his unusually relaxed plea bargain deal, has only prompted more questions from those concerned about the most recent high-profile mass shooting in America. According to officials, the Sutherland Springs shooting at the First Baptist Church may have been caused by a domestic dispute involving Kelley and his ex-mother-in-law Michelle Shields. However, it turns out that Shields was not present at church services on the morning of the mass shooting, although her mother was named as one of the victims. A more precise motive in the deadly Sutherland Springs massacre has yet to be uncovered by authorities… The Texas Church Shooter While many in media have focused on the military’s inability to log Devin Patrick Kelley’s domestic violence court-martial case into a federal database, a police report from 2012 revealed that the gunman named in the First Baptist Church shooting had been previously caught attempting to sneak firearms onto a CIA linked military base in New Mexico where he was stationed. The El Paso police report concluded that after Kelley escaped the mental health facility believed to be Peak Behavioral Health Services Center in Santa Teresa, he sought to carry out death threats against his superiors at New Mexico’s Holloman Air Force base.
In my previous aricle, “Blue Pill Blue Ribbon. No passenger deaths on 9/11; also, no deaths at Sandy Hook, Orlando, Las Vegas, and New York City”, I reported on his views of mass-murders. There were none. They were all staged. By whom? He has no opinion. Why? He has no opinion. But they were staged. But he held back on Texas. I reported: “no opinion yet.” I feared he would wimp out. I had a moment of doubt. Would he let us down? I have great news. This was posted Saturday. Nimrod posted:TX shootings Sorry for the delay. The LV and NY fake hoax shootings burned me out. Turns out TX is another fake. 1.) Shooter dead. Dead men don’t talk. 2.) Pastor and family out that week. What are the odds? Call it a miracle. No more research needed. I’m tired. be honest here. We don’t see this kind of dedication all that often. We don’t see people who hold to a position that is this off-the-wall crazy on a regular basis. He had a quinfecta going for him: 9/11, Sandy Hook, Orlando, the New York City bridge, and Las Vegas. Most of us have heard of a trifecta. A quadfecta is really obscure. Nimrod began with a quinfecta, except that there isn’t such a thing in horse race betting.
This post was published at Gary North on November 13, 2017.
Via Oriental Review, In late October President Trump ordered that ‘the veil be lifted’ from the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. More than 3,000 new, previously classified FBI, CIA, and Congressional documents were released to the public. A quick overview of the material shows that the bulk of it pertains either to the CIA’s covert operations against Cuba (one of the most popular theories about JFK’s assassination focuses on the ties between Lee Harvey Oswald and anti-Castro paramilitary groups that were upset about Kennedy’s ‘soft’ policy toward the island) or the CIA’s search for a ‘Soviet fingerprint’ in the crime – as can be seen in Langley’s fruitless but determined attempts to turn the defector Yuri Nosenko into a key source of information (although, truth be told, he adamantly refused to give the required ‘testimony’ and was for this reason long suspected of being a KGB double agent). We cannot avoid the impression that these huge document dumps – along with the scores of ‘investigations’ conducted over the last 54 years, in addition to the books and movies about this cryptic murder – have one goal: to keep whoever really ordered the JFK assassination from being brought to justice. All of these materials focus in one way or another on the figure of the unhappy ‘psychopath,’ known as Lee Harvey Oswald, the lone gunman who shot the 35th US president on Nov. 22, 1963, from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, using a 6.5mm Mannlicher-Carcano Italian rifle with telescopic sight. Each new batch of released documents (and there have been three just this year: on July 24, Oct. 26, and Nov. 3) triggers another round of furious debate, all over the world, about his motives, connections, and the facts of the crime.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Nov 11, 2017.
In what many saw coming a mile away in the aftermath of both the Las Vegas Massacre and the Texas Church mass shooting, liberals in the government, with the help of their mainstream media allies, are now pushing what amounts to plans for gun confiscation, outside of normal law, for Americans across the country. The new push for gun control from the left comes courtesy of ABC News which recently published a piece promoting the use of an Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) that many believe is nothing more than a thinly veiled confiscation plan that would allow a judge to ‘issue an ex parte order’ for the direct confiscation of an American citizens firearms. Unbelievably, the order can actually be issued without the firearm owner even being present, which would in turn end with police at the citizens door demanding he hand over his weapons or face violence from the state. ABC’s Andy Fies, on the other hand, apparently wants Americans to see the orders differently, painting a more friendly picture of the ERPO’s while quoting two different left-wing gun control groups as seemingly unbiased experts on gun violence.
This post was published at shtfplan on November 11th, 2017.
A controversial Drexel University professor, who is already suspended from campus over comments he made following the Las Vegas Massacre, is now arguing that the recent Texas church shooting was specifically caused by ‘whiteness’ while also attacking news outlets who reported on his previous disgusting comments about the attack in Vegas. In an interview with the left-wing show Democracy Now!, professor George Ciccariello-Maher once again shared his disgust for all white people while specifically pinning the blame for the church attack on the existence of whiteness itself. ‘Whiteness is never seen as a cause, in and of itself, of these kinds of massacres,’ Ciccariello-Maher said before adding, ‘despite the fact that whiteness is a structure of privilege and it’s a structure of power, and a structure that, when it feels threatened, you know, lashes out.’ The discussion, titled ‘What Makes White Men So Prone to This Kind of Behavior?’, then goes into a sort of rant about the dangers of white people feeling vilified which apparently causes them to conduct mass shootings. Ciccariello-Maher was previously suspended from campus for a series of Tweets that blamed white people in general for the horrific Las Vegas attack. It's the white supremacist patriarchy, stupid. — George Ciccariello (@ciccmaher) October 2, 2017
This post was published at shtfplan on November 9th, 2017.
Tune in to the Alternate Current Radio Network (ACR) for another LIVE broadcast of ‘The Boiler Room’ tonight 6:00 PM PST | 8:00 PM CST | 9:00 PM EST for this special broadcast. Join us for uncensored, uninterruptible talk radio, custom-made for bar fly philosophers, misguided moralists, masochists, street corner evangelists, media-maniacs, savants, political animals and otherwise lovable rascals. Join ACR hosts Hesher and Spore along side Jay Dyer of Jays Analysis for the hundred and thirty fifth episode of BOILER ROOM. Turn it up, tune in and hang with the ACR Brain-Trust for this weeks boil downs and analysis and the usual gnashing of the teeth of the political animals in the social reject club. On this episode of Boiler Room the ACR Brain-Trust is running a round table discussion on school systems putting cameras in bathrooms in the US and the EU, Facebook as an extension of the federal intelligence apparatus, silicone valley insiders admit social media was designed to exploit inherent vulnerabilities in human beings to get them addicted to their applications, the selective silencing of dissenting voices in social media, the NY bike path ‘terror attack’ from a non-conspiratorial VLOGer, the Texas church shooting near San Antonio and the first Transexual elected to political office.
As Americans head to the exchanges to purchase their Obamacare plans for 2018, many are experiencing a bit of sticker shock. As the Wall Street Journal points out this morning, folks in Deaf Smith, Texas can expect their premiums to surge 87% next year while those in Clinton, Iowa are looking at a sickening increase of 171%, with monthly premiums surging from $288 to $781. In Deaf Smith, Texas, for example, a 40-year old single individual who earns too much for federal aid will see premiums jump 87% – from about $290 to $540 – according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of prices for a popular, midprice health plan. Only people who make less than 400% of the poverty level – about $48,000 in most states this year – are eligible for federal aid. In Clinton, Iowa, premiums will rise from $288 to $781, an increase of 171%, for the same plan. ‘There is unquestionably a growing divide in affordability between lower-income people who qualify for premium subsidies and middle-income people who do not,’ said Larry Levitt, a senior vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation. AnnMarie McIlwain, a patient advocate in Summit, N. J., pays $1,087 a month for a family policy, and her premiums next year are going up 39%. With their deductible, the family’s annual health costs could surpass $20,000. ‘I find it outrageous. I think there’s going to be a huge outcry,’ said Mrs. McIIwain, 56. ‘They have gone up year over year, but never like this.’
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Nov 9, 2017.
A panel on MSNBC’s Meet the Press Daily on Tuesday made some false claims about the hero who used his own gun to stop the mass shooting at a Texas church. The media outlet lied on-air quickly alerting anyone who listened to their ‘fake news’ narrative. If you didn’t know that the mainstream media were all left-leaning democrats, this will surely ice the cake. MSNBC’s panel on Tuesday lied out their backsides off to the public. New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor and host Chuck Todd falsely claimed that NRA instructor Stephen Willeford did not shoot at the Texas church shooter and did not stop his rampage.
This post was published at shtfplan on November 9th, 2017.
If someone told you that the President of the United States in 2028 would be a Democrat and a woman from the state of New York, could you guess who it might be? We highly doubt it. In 1998, ten years before being elected president, Barack Obama had just been re-elected to the Illinois State Senate and was on no one’s radar as a Presidential candidate. In fact, had you been told at that time an African-American Democrat from Illinois would be president in 2008, it’s likely you would have assumed that two-time democratic presidential nominee Jesse Jackson would be the 44th President. In 1990, George W. Bush had just bought the Texas Rangers baseball club and was still four years from becoming Governor of Texas. In 1983, Bill Clinton was ten years out of law school and serving his second term as Governor of Arkansas. We could keep going down the line of presidents, and you would realize that even armed with some key details about the future, it would be extremely difficult to predict who a future president might be. Stock investing is a little different. If you know the future level of three simple data points, you can calculate to the penny the price of any stock or index in the future and the exact holding period return. This precise prediction will hold up regardless of wars, economic activity, natural disasters, UFO landings or any other event you can dream up. Unfortunately, those three data points are not readily available but can be inferred using historical trends, future expectations and logic to project them. With projections in hand, we can develop a range of price and return expectations for an index or an individual stock. In this paper, we provide an array of projections based on those factors and provide return expectations for the S&P 500 for the next ten years.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Nov 8, 2017.
‘This country has been having a nationwide nervous breakdown since 9/11. A nation of people suddenly broke, the market economy goes to shit, and they’re threatened on every side by an unknown, sinister enemy. But I don’t think fear is a very effective way of dealing with things – of responding to reality. Fear is just another word for ignorance.’ – Hunter S. Thompson, gonzo journalist Another shooting, another day in America. Or so it seems. With alarming regularity, the nation is being subjected to a spate of violence that terrorizes the public, destabilizes the country’s fragile ecosystem, and gives the government greater justifications to crack down, lock down, and institute even more authoritarian policies for the so-called sake of national security without many objections from the citizenry. Take this latest mass shooting that took place at a small church in a small Texas town. The lone gunman – a former member of the Air Force – was dressed all in black, wearing body armor, a tactical vest and a mask, and firing an assault rifle. (Note the similarity in uniform and tactics to the nation’s police forces, SWAT teams and military.)
Devin Kelley, the Texas church shooter, was convicted of crimes by a military court in 2012. Mainstream press outlets are reporting this fact to show he never should have been allowed to purchase a gun after his release from prison – except the Army failed to enter his criminal record in a national database that would have red-flagged him, when he tried to buy several weapons. But there is another issue. In 2012, while stationed at Holloman Air Force base, Kelley ‘pleaded guilty to two charges of assault and battery on his then-wife and aggravated assault on his infant stepson. Five other charges that included multiple incidents in which he allegedly aimed either a loaded or unloaded firearm at his wife were withdrawn as part of the plea deal.’ (ABC News) Kelley kicked and choked his wife a number of times. He fractured his infant stepson’s skull. The Air Force stated Kelley used enough force to kill his stepson or at least cause ‘grievous bodily harm.’ In his plea deal, Kelley admitted he struck his stepson intentionally. Here is the payoff, from ABC News: ‘A mixed jury of officers and enlisted personnel sentenced him [Kelley] to a year’s confinement and a reduction in two ranks from an airman first-class (A1C) to airman basic. He also received a bad conduct discharge.’
Authored by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, Another shooting, another day in America. Or so it seems. With alarming regularity, the nation is being subjected to a spate of violence that terrorizes the public, destabilizes the country’s fragile ecosystem, and gives the government greater justifications to crack down, lock down, and institute even more authoritarian policies for the so-called sake of national security without many objections from the citizenry. Take this latest mass shooting that took place at a small church in a small Texas town. The lone gunman – a former member of the Air Force – was dressed all in black, wearing body armor, a tactical vest and a mask, and firing an assault rifle. Devin Patrick Kelley, the 26-year-old gunman, was described as a ‘regular guy’ by those who knew him. This ‘regular’ guy’s shooting rampage left at least 26 people. President Trump and the Governor of Texas have chalked the shooting up to mental illness. That may well be the case here. Still, there’s something to be said for the fact that this shooting bore many of the same marks of other recent attacks: the gunman appeared out of the blue without triggering any alarms, he was dressed like a soldier or militarized police officer, he was armed with military-style weapons and clearly trained in the art of killing, and the attacker died before any insight could be gained into his motives. As usual, we’re left with more questions than answers and a whole lot more fear and anxiety.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Nov 7, 2017.
From the AP: He was committed to a mental health facility in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, but at some point escaped and was later found by police at a bus station in downtown El Paso in June 2012. That makes two separate instances regarding the Texas Church Nutjob in which a government agency failed to comply with the law and as a direct result people are dead. I remind you that involuntary commitment (which requires adjudication of mental incapacity under due process of law!) to a mental facility is also disqualifying for firearms purchases. You cannot “escape” unless you were there involuntarily! This is not a “mental health problem at the highest level” as Trump has said. Many people are mentally ill but it takes criminally gross negligence for multiple government agencies and parties to know about that, have both a legal requirement and duty to report same to the appropriate parties and willfully ignore said legal requirement and duty.
President Trump made clear how he feels about tighter gun control laws this morning telling a press conference in South Korea that “hundreds more” would have died in the mass shooting at a Texas church had the citizen who pursued the suspect not possessed a gun. As The Hill reports, Trump was asked during a press conference in South Korea whether or not the president would consider ‘extreme vetting’ for purchasing a gun.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Nov 7, 2017.
A junior Democratic congressman walked out during a moment of silence Monday night for victims of this weekend’s mass shooting at a Texas church. In a Facebook post, the California representative Ted Lieu said he would not respect the victims in Texas because he’s too busy ensuring the destruction of gun rights. In a video posted on Facebook Monday evening, California Rep. Ted Lieu said that he would not join his colleagues who were observing the moment of silence in the chambers of the House of Representatives. ‘I can’t do this again; I’ve been to too many moments of silences,’ Lieu said in the video. ‘In just my short period in Congress, three of the worst mass shootings in us history have occurred. I will not be silent.’
This post was published at shtfplan on November 7th, 2017.