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September 28, 2020

Sep 28 06:30

New CDC Estimates: Fatality Rate For COVID-19 Drops Again And May Surprise You

What’s are the real chances of dying if you are infected with COVID-19? You’ll probably be surprised how low they are according to new numbers from the Center for Disease Control. We’ll state those numbers simply for those of you who aren’t crazy about math.

The CDC’s new estimate, for the first time, is broken down by age groups. Here is what the CDC calls its “current best estimate” of chances of dying from the virus if you get infected:

Sep 28 06:26

ILHAN OMAR CONNECTED BALLOT HARVESTER IN CASH-FOR-BALLOTS SCHEME: "CAR IS FULL" OF ABSENTEE BALLOT..

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Sep 28 06:22

Donald Trump's tax records show he's 'carrying $421million in loans, his properties are in debt and he wrote off $70,000 for his haircuts on The Apprentice and $100,000 for Ivanka's favorite stylist'

Donald Trump's tax records show he is carrying a total of $421 million in loans and debt with a number of his properties said to be struggling financially.

Sep 28 06:21

Federal Judge Blocks Trump's TikTok Ban Hours Before Midnight Deadline

Judge Nichols has - at least temporarily - blocked the White House's TikTok ban, and [spared] Google and Apple from an order to remove the app from their app stores at midnight.

Sep 28 06:21

Judge blocks Trump administration's order that would have banned TikTok from being downloaded in the US

A U.S. judge in Washington has temporarily blocked a Trump administration order banning TikTok, hours before it was due to go in to effect.

Sep 28 06:21

British Students Say They're Being Treated Like "Prisoners" Due To Draconian COVID Measures

Students at universities throughout the United Kingdom are being treated like ‘prisoners’ as draconian coronavirus rules mandate they eat alone, aren’t allowed to go out and are forced to cut themselves off from others or face suspension.

Sep 28 06:20

US Angrily Threatens To Close US Embassy In Baghdad After Near Daily Attacks

Following near daily attacks centered in and around Baghdad's Green Zone where the sprawling US embassy is located as well as other multiple American and other international institutions, Washington has put the Iraqi government on notice over the breakdown in security, saying it could shutter the US embassy altogether.

The State Department is livid after repeat rocket and mortar attacks on the embassy, and has blamed a failure of Iraq's security forces and of Iraq's leaders to respond appropriately, also amid the intensified proxy war with Iran:

In a new escalation, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Iraqi President Barham Saleh last week to deliver an ultimatum, Iraqi and foreign officials told AFP.

Unless Iraq's government puts an end to the rockets raining down on US military and diplomatic sites, Washington would shutter its embassy and recall its troops, the sources said.

Sep 28 06:19

Colorado Encourages Dead People, Non-Citizens To Vote

The Colorado Secretary of State is under fire after mailing postcards to dead people and non-citizens, urging them to go online and register to vote.

Sep 28 06:19

CNN’s Jake Tapper Quickly Backs Down After Jill Biden Runs Over Him For Asking About Her Husband’s “Gaffes” (VIDEO)

CNN’s Jake Tapper this weekend sat down with Jill Biden for a one-on-one interview.

Sep 28 06:19

North Korea Warns Of Border Intrusions By South's Navy Amid Search For Slain Official

Despite Kim Jong-Un offering a nearly unheard of apology for last week's shooting death of a South Korean fisheries official after he was found to have breached the disputed border in waters of the western coast, tensions are still running high which could set off further conflict.

North Korea's military says it is searching for the charred remains of the official, after its border patrol soldiers had burned it on coronavirus fears. But now Pyongyang is warning Seoul not to interfere, given the south's increased naval maneuvers in the region off Yeonpyeong Island. It appears both sides are conducting a major search of the area.

"We urge the south side to immediately halt the intrusion across the military demarcation line in the west sea that may lead to escalation of tensions," North Korean state news agency KCNA said on Sunday.

Sep 28 06:19

BLM Activist Who Drove Her Car Through Trump Supporters in Yorba Linda is Arrested and Charged with Attempted Murder

A vehicle plowed through a crowd of Trump supporters in Yorba Linda, California, on Saturday.

Sep 28 06:18

Backlash Builds After Biden Compares Trump To Nazi Propagandist Goebbels

Democratic candidate Joe Biden is getting a lot of heat for his outrageous comments comparing President Donald Trump Saturday to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. The backlash against those comments has been fierce on Twitter, with many people asking for an apology for the insulting and inaccurate comment.

Sep 28 06:18

Boston University professor is urged to resign for calling Amy Coney Barrett a 'white colonizer' who is using her two adopted Haitian children as 'props'

A Boston University president who said President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee was a racist ‘white colonizer’ for adopting two black children from Haiti and using them as ‘props’ while ‘cutting the biological parents out of the picture’ is being urged to resign on Sunday.

Sep 28 06:18

Trump Administration, CDC Sued By Landlords Over 'Unconstitutional' Moratorium On Evictions

A national moratorium on evictions is being challenged in at least two lawsuits filed in federal court on the grounds that denying landlords the right to evict tenants for nonpayment is unconstitutional.

Sep 28 06:18

Revealed: Man suspected of shooting dead custody sergeant while handcuffed inside police station is 'autistic' 23-year-old from middle-class family with Green candidate mother and yoga teacher father

The suspect in the murder of police officer Sergeant Matiu Ratana in south London is Louis De Zoysa, it has been reported.

Sep 28 06:17

Armenia Orders 'Full Troop Mobilization' Against Azerbaijan As Tanks Clash, Martial Law Declared

Sunday saw huge clashes erupt between the armies of Armenia and Azerbaijan along the already militarized and disputed Nagorno-Karabakh border region. An official state of war in the region has been declared by Yerevan.

"Early in the morning, around 7 a.m. the Azerbaijani forces launched a large-scale aggression, including missile attacks..." Armenia's Defense Ministry stated Sunday. Armenia has since reportedly declared martial law and a "total military mobilization" in what looks to be the most serious escalation between the two countries in years.

Sep 28 06:17

'Our country is in trouble': Tens of thousands join Rev. Franklin Graham's Prayer March in Washington DC to show their support for President Trump

Thousands of Christians have packed the National Mall in downtown Washington DC for a National Prayer March led by Rev. Franklin Graham, praying for the country and showing their support for President Donald Trump.

'Father, our country is in trouble. We need your help,' prayed Graham at the march, according to WRC-TV. 'We pray today specifically for the President Donald J. Trump.'

Organizers say up to 50,000 people attended, making it one of the largest gatherings in the nation since the coronavirus pandemic struck and, and bans on large gatherings were implemented.

Sep 28 06:16

Information war cranks up as Azerbaijan & Armenia show more footage of alleged military victories in violent border flare-up

As Azerbaijan and Armenia lock horns on the battlefield over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, their media machines are rolling out videos, each purportedly showing the losses the opposing side suffered in Sunday’s clashes.

Azerbaijan has launched a military operation against the forces of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, an ethnic Armenian enclave that broke away from Azerbaijan three decades ago. The so-called “counter offensive” was allegedly launched in response to shelling of Azeri troops by Armenian forces. However, Yerevan has denied this and said it was Azerbaijan who broke the ceasefire.

Sep 28 06:15

Call to arms: Armenia declares martial law & FULL MILITARY MOBILIZATION as clashes with Azerbaijan continue

Members of Armenia’s army reserve were ordered to report to their local conscription office, on Sunday, shortly after their country’s forces engaged in heavy fighting with troops from Azerbaijan over disputed Nagorno-Karabakh.
The nationwide conscription call and the introduction of martial law were both announced by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. His Facebook post urged reservists to turn up at their territorial recruitment offices “for the sake of our homeland and for the sake of victory.”

The call to arms and martial law will be put in place because Azerbaijan may decide to attack Armenia, the premier clarified in an address to the nation later in the day.

Sep 28 06:13

Flashpoint Armenia: New crisis in Middle East as Turkish-backed Azerbaijan launches offensive against Armenian separatists in fighting that has left 16 dead and 100 wounded

A new proxy conflict between world powers is developing in the Middle East today as Azerbaijan launches a military offensive against Armenian separatists in heavy fighting that has left at least 16 dead and 100 wounded.

Sep 28 06:11

Biden makes bizarre claim that Trump's best debate case is 'made in urine' after the president demanded he take a drug test before Tuesday's showdown

Joe Biden’s campaign said President Trump’s demand on Sunday for the former vice president to be tested for drug use before their first debate on Tuesday was ‘made in urine’.

‘Vice President Biden intends to deliver his debate answers in words,’ Biden’s deputy campaign manager, Kate Bedingfield, said.

Sep 28 06:11

Trump reveals both Rudy Giuliani and Chris Christie have been playing Joe Biden during debate preparations and are 'five times smarter' than his Democrat rival

Trump has revealed how he's using former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his former 2016 primary rival, Chris Christie, to prepare for the first debate with Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

Sep 28 06:09

FBI Director Wray’s Corrupt Deep State FBI Continues to Redact Documents to Hide Its Crimes – Will Americans Ever See the Complete Picture of Deep State Crimes?

Why is the Deep State at the FBI, CIA, DNI, etc allowed to redact information regarding their crimes and slow-walk all requests related to their corrupt actions regarding to Obamagate?

Sep 28 06:09

EPIC! President Trump Dancing to Village People After Pennsylvania Rally is a HUGE HIT! (Video)

President Trump announced his third nominee for the US Supreme Court on Saturday.
The president nominated Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 28 06:08

NINE neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens could face new lockdowns as the city sees more than 1,000 positive tests for the first time since June

At least nine New York City neighborhoods could face new lockdowns as coronavirus infection rates surge in parts of Brooklyn and Queens.

Sep 28 06:06

Yemen: Evidence of potential war crime by Saudi coalition

A Sky News investigation has discovered evidence of a recent potential war crime in northern Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition, which is backed by the US and Britain.

There's already growing controversy over why Britain is still supporting a campaign which has led to the country being declared the world's biggest humanitarian disaster.

Sep 28 06:05

UK 'turning a blind eye' to war crimes in Yemen with Saudi arms sales

The British government is facing renewed criticism over ongoing UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia, and has been accused by opposition MPs of "turning a blind eye" to war crimes in Yemen.

In a debate in the House of Commons on Thursday, Labour MP Claudia Webbe said it was "shameful" the UK was "complicit" in the Yemeni conflict.

"The UK supplies weapons and crucial military support to the Saudi-led coalition, which is responsible for the highest number of reported civilian fatalities," she said. "British companies should not be allowed to profit from the suffering of the people of Yemen."

Sep 28 06:05

Armenia, Azerbaijan Near War Over Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia and Azerbaijan have declared martial law and are moving dangerously toward war this weekend after heavy fighting in the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. At least 16 Nagorno-Karabakh troops were killed in a morning Azeri attack.

Nagorno-Karabakh has been contested for decades. Legally it is viewed as part of Azerbaijan, while Armenia guarantees its independence. The two nations often come into conflict over the region, but haven’t fought a full-scale war for many years.

Nagorno-Karabakh reported they were hit in the morning with airstrikes and artillery attacks. Azerbaijan claimed those attacks were retaliation for Armenian shelling against their forces, which killed five civilians.

Sep 28 06:04

Turkey Vows to Back Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh

Heavy fighting Sunday in Nagorno-Karabakh is raising concern of a war which could quickly go regional. Turkey has vowed complete support for Azerbaijan in the conflict against Armenia over the long-disputed region.

Centuries of dispute have left Nagorno-Karabakha a modern faultline between regional Christians and Muslims. Turkey is backing the Muslim Azeris, while Russia is trying to calm the situation before the fighting gets too out of control for Armenia.

Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan criticized Turkey for its “aggressive behavior” and demanded that they stay out of the matter. Turkey and Armenia remain in a somewhat strained relationship from the Armenian genocide, which often leads to diplomatic disputes.

Sep 28 06:04

US Envoy: Taliban Withholding Ceasefire Pending Political Settlement

US envoy and negotiator Zalmay Khalilzad says that the Taliban is not prepared to accept any ceasefires for Afghanistan right now, because they want a political settlement first. Khalilzad suggested that proposing a mutual reduction in violence would be more realistic in the near-term.

Khalilzad said the current approach of settlement then ceasefire is “not unprecedented in similar conflicts” and that the US was willing to work with both sides on agreeing to a reduction in violence.

Mutual reductions in violence have been supported by multiple sides before, but usually give way to attacks and retaliation, ending with violence actually slightly increasing. All told, violence is still down from levels before the US-Taliban deal, but still higher than anyone wants.

Sep 28 06:03

Some 3,500 U.S. companies sue over Trump-imposed Chinese tariffs

About 3,500 U.S. companies, including Tesla Inc TSLA.O, Ford Motor Co F.N, Target Corp TGT.N, Walgreen Co WBA.O and Home Depot HD.N have sued the Trump administration in the last two weeks over the imposition of tariffs on more than $300 billion (£235.35 billion) in Chinese-made goods.

Sep 28 06:03

Sudan rejects linking removal from US terrorism list with Israel

Sudan does not want to link its removal from a US “terrorism list” that is hindering access to foreign funding for the country’s economy with the normalisation of relations with Israel, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Saturday.

Sources said this week that US officials indicated in talks with a Sudanese delegation they wanted Khartoum to follow the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain and open ties with Israel.

Sep 28 06:02

Boston University professor is urged to resign for calling Amy Coney Barrett a 'white colonizer' who is using her two adopted Haitian children as 'props'

A Boston University president who said President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee was a racist ‘white colonizer’ for adopting two black children from Haiti and using them as ‘props’ while ‘cutting the biological parents out of the picture’ is being urged to resign on Sunday.

Sep 28 06:02

US Special Ops Using Secret Drone Missiles in Northwest Syria

Earlier this month, the US assassinated a leader of an al-Qaeda offshoot group in Syria’s Idlib Province, in the country’s northwest. The strike was carried out using a drone and a secretive missile that uses blades to shred the target to death. The missile, known as the Ninja Hellfire or the R9X, does not explode and is designed to limit civilian casualties.

The strike allegedly killed Sayyaf al-Tunsi, a Tunisian and a high ranking member of Hurras al-Din, a group affiliated with al-Qaeda. Hurras al-Din is an offshoot of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), previously the al-Nusra Front (al-Qaeda in Syria). HTS is the dominant militant group in Idlib. Hurras al-Din was founded in 2018 by hardline members of HTS and al-Nusra, and other Islamist militant groups in the region.

US Joint Special Operations Command, with help from the CIA, has been waging this covert war against Hurras al-Din for months. The US killed the former leader of the group with a Ninja Hellfire missile back in June.

Sep 28 06:02

PROSECUTORS’ PASSWORD-CRACKING CONSPIRACY THEORY AGAINST ASSANGE UNRAVELS AT EXTRADITION TRIAL

When the first indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was disclosed by the United States Justice Department, the response from some attorneys and advocates was mixed. It was viewed as “narrowly tailored” to avoid “broader legal and policy implications.”

Assange was charged with “conspiracy to commit computer intrusion” and accused of “agreeing” to assist Pfc. Chelsea Manning in “cracking a password.”

At the end of the third week of an extradition trial, allegations related to this were entirely discredited by Patrick Eller, who was a command digital forensic examiner responsible for a team of more than 80 examiners at U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command headquarters in Quantico, Virginia.

Eller analyzed court martial records in Manning’s case that contained Jabber chat logs relevant to the allegations. He considered testimony from the U.S. military’s own forensic expert that contradicted presumptions at the core of this charge against Assange.

Sep 28 06:01

Emirati poet says banned from travel over anti-normalisation stance

Emirati poet Dhabiya Khamis said on Sunday that she was banned by authorities from leaving Dubai International Airport on her way to Cairo over her opposition to the UAE's recent normalisation deal with Israel.

"I am Emirati writer Dhabiya Khamis. I was banned from flying today due to an order from Abu Dhabi without being given a specific reason," the 62-year-old writer wrote in a Twitter post.

"Most likely this is because of my publicly announced position against the Zionists and normalisation and I am fearful for my freedom and life from threats and arrest."

Sep 28 06:01

LAPD officer in stable condition after shooting at Harbor Station in San Pedro: Chief Moore

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore said an officer is believed to be in stable condition Saturday night following a shooting at the agency’s Harbor Station in San Pedro.

The department tweeted about a “significant police incident” at the station at 10:30 p.m. Then, around 11:15 p.m., LAPD confirmed there was an officer-involved shooting.

“We can confirm that there has been an Officer-Involved Shooting at LAPD’s Harbor Station,” the tweet read. “A Public Information Officer is responding, and we will provide more details as they become available.”

Sep 28 06:00

Kaboom — Young woman delivers knockout blow…

What she said ( can’t say it any better!)

Sep 28 05:59

Democrats cannot prevent the appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, Democratic whip Sen. Dick Durbin admits

The second-ranking Democrat in the Senate has admitted that they are powerless to stop the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, unless Republicans change their mind and side with them.

Sep 28 05:58

Ohio Democrats dominating absentee ballot requests, possibly creating election night angst

A tsunami of Democrats seeking ballots through the mail in this pandemic-plagued presidential election year is upending the very dynamics of voting in Ohio.

The impact of this ground-shaking change shows up in two major ways:

• The outcome of the presidential race in the bellwether Buckeye State appears even more unpredictable than usual.

• Ohio could be among the states where election fraud is alleged simply because the leader in the presidential vote could shift dramatically on election night and possibly shift back a week-and-a-half later.

Before COVID-19 hit, more Ohio Republicans than Democrats voted by mail, generally speaking. Democrats favored voting early in person at their county elections board, or going to the polls Election Day.

But in 2020, Democrats are far outdistancing GOP voters in requesting absentee ballots.

Sep 28 05:58

REPORT: Trump Surging With Black And Hispanic Voters In Key States

Trump’s appeal among black and Hispanic voters is strong and growing.

Sep 28 05:57

“No Comment” – Joe Biden Dances Around Issue When Asked If He Will Take a Drug Test Before Tuesday’s Debate (VIDEO)

77-year-old Joe Biden on Sunday danced around the issue when asked if he would take a drug test before Tuesday’s debate.

Sep 28 05:57

'I refuse to participate': Three Democratic senators decline meeting with Amy Coney Barrett as Lindsey Graham says Judiciary Committee will approve her nomination to the Supreme Court on October 22

'I will not meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett,' Senator Kirsten Gillibrand asserted in a tweet Sunday afternoon. 'This nomination process is illegitimate.'

Sep 28 05:57

'Trump is trying to throw out Obamacare' Joe Biden claims as Nancy Pelosi insists that's the reason president is 'in a hurry' to confirm Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Joe Biden said Sunday that Donald Trump wants Congress to confirm Amy Coney Barrett before Election Day because the president wants a conservative Supreme Court to overturn Obamacare.

Sep 28 05:55

#DELETED: Critical Race Theory Dominates Big Tech

President Trump is waging war on ‘Critical Race Theory,’ the racist far-left ideology that demonizes white people for their alleged “privilege.” But while the intolerant doctrine is being eliminated from the federal government and its contractors, it remains dominant inside far-left Big Tech companies.

In #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election, a book from Breitbart News reporter Allum Bokhari released yesterday, sources inside Facebook and Google describe how the bigoted ideologies of critical race theory and “intersectional studies” came to dominate the most powerful technology platforms in the world.

One Facebook employee revealed how in a single month, nearly every day featured a new training session focused on people’s skin color or gender.

Sep 28 05:53

Towards “Totalitarian Governance” in America

American “democracy” is neither dead nor defeated; it is simply decaying day by day. This reality is the reflection of an exhausted and worn out capitalist system on a global scale. Facts surrounding the 2020 Presidential Election in the U.S. are the best evidence of this realism. Both elite political parties have already clearly shown that they are not interested in counting the actual “votes” of the election; they would rather project their presumption of what the majority wants.

Sep 28 05:53

The Weaponization of Human Rights

China’s Communist “Dictatorship” Lifts 700 Million Chinese Citizens Out Of Poverty: Yet India is Adored by Western Pundits, While China is Demonized and Sanctioned

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“The first human right is the right to life.” Wang Yi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and State Counselor of the People’s Republic of China

Twelve years ago United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, Jomo Kwame Sunderam presented the 2008 “Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific,” at a press briefing, disclosing, on page 124 the staggering fact that:

“With limited resources, farmers depend on borrowed money to purchase seeds and other inputs to farm their land. A drop in their farm income could lead to indebtedness. In India, for example, the distress in rural areas is reflected in the high number of suicides by farmers: 86,922 during 2001-2005 (Government of India, 2007).”

Sep 28 05:52

Donald Trump slams Democrats for brazenly attacking Amy Coney Barrett because she is a Catholic and insists the question of faith was 'settled 60 years ago when JFK was elected'

Donald Trump called a press briefing Sunday to staunchly defend his Supreme Court Justice pick Amy Coney Barrett after Democrats launched a series of attacks on her alleged inability to be an impartial judge due to her Catholic faith.

Sep 28 05:52

The Plain Truth About Face Masks

People have been using masks for a long time. The oldest masks ever found were 9,000 years old. Masks have been used for religious rituals, for fun, in factories to protect against breathing in chemicals and dust particles, for protection against smog, to punish slaves and gossipy wives, to commit crimes, and, of course, for Halloween. But the focus of this article will be about the medical use of masks.

Sep 28 05:52

FBI opens investigation into cops who shot a 17-year-old boy 13 times and killed him while he was backing out of his driveway when they responded to a welfare check

The FBI has opened a civil rights investigation that led to the death of a Kansas teenager who was shot dead as he reversed out of the garage of his family's home.

Sep 28 05:52

Mounting Unemployment in America: Over One Million UI Claims for 27 Straight Weeks, Unprecedented US Economic Collapse

Nothing remotely like what’s gone on since January ever happened before in the US.

For the 27th straight week, over one million working-age Americans filed claims for unemployment insurance (UI).

Numbers for the past week include 870,000 who applied for regular state UI, along with another 630,000 applying for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) — the federal program for workers not eligible for UI.

Providing up to 39 weeks of benefits, PUA expires at yearend.

Because most states provide 26 weeks of UI, many unemployed US workers exhausted their benefits.

They’re still eligible for 13 additional weeks of Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) — available only for individuals who got state UI.

Sep 28 05:51

American Space Force Installs Military Base in the Persian Gulf to Monitor Iran

The sixth and newest branch of the U.S. Armed Forces now has an overseas base. A squadron of 20 soldiers has been sent to an air base in Al Udeid, which is in a desert in Qatar, where the first unit abroad of the American Space Force will be deployed. The Space Force is the first new military service since the creation of the Air Force in 1947 and the speed with which it managed to install its first base abroad is surprising. On Sunday (September 20), the U.S. Space Force posted a video on its Twitter account showing the military’s oath ceremony, which took place earlier this month. The number of troops in the region is provisional and is expected to increase soon.

Sep 28 05:51

Why Silicon Valley CEOs are such raging psychopaths

Maëlle Gavet, a 15-year veteran of the tech industry, recalls an unsettling conversation she had at a Silicon Valley cocktail party in 2017.

Gavet was chatting with an early investor at Uber and mentioned some of the disturbing news surrounding the company’s co-founder and CEO, Travis Kalanick. There were revelations about spying on passengers, sexual harassment, a toxic macho work culture, and according to Kalanick’s own friends, his “aspirational baller syndrome.”

The investor, Gavet told The Post, just laughed and said, “Oh, no, he’s so much worse than anybody knows.” Gavet was nonplussed, asking the investor why he chose to do business with somebody so unrepentantly awful.

“He may be an asshole,” the investor told her. “But he’s my asshole.”

Sep 28 05:50

BREAKING: TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE! Durham Investigation Report Before November Election is UNLIKELY! — DEEP STATE WINS! –Video

Maria Bartiromo opened up Sunday Morning Futures with this breaking news– US Attorney John Durham will NOT release his report before the 2020 election.

Sep 28 05:50

Trump Calls for Probe Into Ilhan Omar Following Report of Her Allies 'Illegally Harvesting Ballots'

James O'Keefe of the conservative media platform Project Veritas over the weekend claimed that supporters of Democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar, central to her political base in Minnesota, illegally harvested ballots during a recent Minneapolis City Council election.

President Donald Trump took to Twitter in the early hours of Monday demanding that the Justice Department look into Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota for alleged "ballot harvesting".

Sep 28 05:50

Students for Life Action Staff Member PUNCHED IN THE FACE in front of the Supreme Court While PEACEFULLY Protesting (VIDEO)

Students for Life Action team member who is part of Students for Life’s “SCOTUS SQUAD” was punched for simply peacefully advocating for the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

Sep 28 05:50

'Doesn't Belong Here': Danish Prime Minister Lashes Out Against Sharia Law in Parallel Societies

As previous surveys have indicated, nearly four out of ten Danish Muslims would like to have the country's laws at least partly based on Sharia law, and over 10 percent even said Denmark's laws should be solely based on Sharia.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has strongly denounced recent examples of Sharia law practised by certain imams in the country.

Among others things, controversial imam Abu Bashar (civil name Mohamad Al-Khaled Samha) from the city of Odense has demanded than women sign divorce contracts, which is contrary to Danish law. According to them, a woman loses custody of her children if she remarries or behaves in a way that "violates her own or her family's honour", and additionally must provide her husband with money to obtain a divorce.

Odense Mayor Peter Rahbæk Juel was shocked and distressed by the news.

Sep 28 05:49

Video of Azerbaijani Military Using TOS-1 System in Nagorno-Karabakh Released by Armenia

The Nagorno-Karabakh region has been disputed between Armenia and Azerbaijan since the late 1980s when the two nations were Soviet republics. Since the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh War in 1994, the two sides have held peace talks mediated by the OSCE Minsk group.

The Armenian Defence Ministry has published a video of the Azerbaijani military using the heavy flamethrower system TOS-1.

"The enemy, frightened by significant losses in manpower and military equipment, used a 'TOS' heavy flamethrower system at 7:30 this morning in the southeastern direction. No losses from the Armenian side have been registered following the attack", Defence Ministry spokesperson Shushan Stepanyan, said.

Sep 28 05:49

Azerbaijan & Armenia carry on fighting into second day over contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, heavy weaponry deployed overnight

Intense hostilities between Armenian and Azeri forces continued on Sunday night along the border of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Both sides claimed local victories and reported inflicting heavy casualties on one another.
Clashes involving troops from Azerbaijan and Armenia, two historically bitter rivals, entered a second day despite mounting calls from international leaders to hold fire and disengage troops.

Sep 28 05:48

Azerbaijan declares partial troop mobilization one day after adversaries Armenia & Nagorno-Karabakh called citizens to arms

With martial law already in place, Azerbaijan has announced a partial conscription call amid intense border fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh. Officials in both the contested region and Armenia declared a full mobilization on Sunday.

"Azerbaijani President [Ilham Aliyev] has signed a decree on the partial mobilization in Azerbaijan," his press service told Russian news agency RIA Novosti on Monday morning. The mobilization decree is in force from the date his signature was applied, the presidency clarified.

Sep 28 05:48

Twitter slammed for lack of action after journalist tweets Kenosha shooter Rittenhouse should be STABBED TO DEATH in prison

Conservatives have been up in arms over Twitter’s failure to remove a journalist’s call for teen shooter Kyle Rittenhouse to be murdered in prison, while at the same time wiping out tweets in his support.

Journalist Dustin Nichols tweeted on Saturday that Rittenhouse, who was charged with murder after shooting three people last month in Kenosha, should be stabbed to death in prison. The post elicited an avalanche of angry reaction from conservatives, while also prompting questions about Twitter censorship after the company declined to delete the tweet for 20 hours and counting.

"The real hero will be the inmate that stabs Kyle to death once he gets booked," Nichols said.

Sep 28 05:44

Delaware State University DENIES Joe Biden Was A Student After He Claimed He 'Got Started' At The Historically Black College During A 2019 Town Hall Event

Joe Biden said last year that he kicked off his academic career at Delaware State University, a historically black university, but the institution has now denied that claim.

Sep 28 05:40

Principals union tells Mayor Bill de Blasio to give up control of NYC public schools with unanimous vote of 'no confidence' in his handling of the coronavirus pandemic

Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza are facing calls to abdicate control of the nation's largest district after a union representing principals declared a unanimous vote of 'no confidence' in their handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Sep 28 05:39

REVEALED: Army and National Guard suicides are up at least 20 per cent during the COVID era as military says lockdown measures, natural disasters, and civil unrest have taken toll on troops

Military suicides have increased by as much as 20 per cent this year compared to the same period in 2019, and some incidents of violent behavior have spiked as service members struggle under COVID-19, war-zone deployments, national disasters and civil unrest.

Sep 28 05:37

Illinois State football coach abruptly quits and leaves an 'All Lives Matter to Our Lord' note on his office door after a BLM poster was put up in the team's locker room

The coach of Illinois State football has quit, leaving a poster on the door of his office which read: 'All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ' just weeks after a BLM sign appeared in the team's locker room.

Sep 28 05:37

Activist who ran bogus BLM charity page is arrested after he 'used $200,000 in donations to buy a $112,000 home, guns and tailored suits'

An Atlanta-based activist has been arrested for spending more than $200,000 in donations intended for the Black Lives Matter movement to purchase himself a home, tailored suits and guns.

Sep 28 05:36

Israel admits ISIS fighter in Iraqi prison is its own and permits his return

Israel has acknowledged the existence of an Arab Israeli ISIS fighter who has languished in solitary confinement at a northern Iraqi prison without trial for more than two years, according to a letter obtained by The National. It says he would be allowed to return home if he can reach Israel’s borders from Iraq, despite a lack of formal ties between the two countries.

When US forces captured Mohammed Khalid in a December 2017 raid in eastern Syria following four years spent fighting for ISIS across the group's self-proclaimed state, Israel kept the case of the Palestinian from Israel's Arab-majority Northern Triangle area, and his whereabouts, in the dark.

Sep 28 05:36

Meet The Russian Oligarch Who Helped Drive Russiagate

Elites charge Trump with being under the sway of those in Moscow, but they're guilty of the exact same thing.

Sep 28 05:35

The ‘people’s army’ — Gantz sells ‘miracle’ of a discriminatory army to US Jews

The Friends of the Israel Defense Forces held an on-line gala last week. The FIDF is an American nonprofit that raised $132 million in 2018, including $43 million at its LA gala, with the mission of providing “life-changing support for the soldiers who protect Israel and Jews worldwide.” Emphasis mine.

If you wonder why Joe Biden won’t say a critical word about Israel, Haim Saban is a leading fundraiser for Biden, and Saban is on the FIDF board.

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz addressed last week’s fundraiser and praised the Israel Defense Forces as a “miracle.”

“The IDF is more than just a symbol of something amazing, it is more than a powerful military body that protects our land and people. It is more even than a historical miracle that put arms into the hands of the Jewish people at a critical moment in time.

Sep 28 05:35

At least 39 killed as Karabakh fighting enters second day

Armenian separatists in the breakaway region of Nagorny Karabakh said Monday 15 more of its fighters have been killed in a flare-up of a territorial dispute, bringing the total death toll to 39 as the fighting entered a second day.

World leaders have urged a halt to the fighting between Azerbaijan and the Armenian rebels after clashes erupted Sunday raising the spectre of an all-out conflict that could draw in regional powers Russia and Turkey.

Sep 28 05:34

Minneapolis city councilors BACKTRACK on promise to dismantle police department and say the pledge was 'up for interpretation'

Members of the Minneapolis City Council are backtracking on their collapsed promise to dismantle the city's police department, with some councilors now saying the pledge was 'up for interpretation'.

Sep 28 05:34

The Houses of Parliament's bars have been exempted from the UK's 10pm coronavirus curfew

Boris Johnson announced earlier this month that all bars and restaurants in England would have to close their doors at 10pm in a bid to halt the current second wave of infections spreading across the country.

However, these rules do not apply to pubs, bars and restaurants inside the confines of the Houses of Parliament, the Times of London reported on Monday.

Other rules compelling drinkers to register their contact details upon entering bars as well as wearing masks when not sitting at a table also do not apply, the paper reported.

Parliamentary authorities have used an exemption in the rules allowing "workplace canteens" to sidestep the restrictions.

Sep 28 05:34

New Documents Further Unveil Obama's Anti-Trump Campaign

A number of recent document releases shine new lights on 'Russiagate'. That conspiracy theory, peddled by the Obama administration, the Democratic Party aligned media and 'deep state' actors opposed to President Trump, alleged that Trump was in cahoots with Russia. The disinformation campaign had the purpose of sabotaging his presidency.

To some extent it has worked as intended. But due to the legal investigation of the whole affair much more is now known about those who conspired against Trump. Some of them are likely to end up in legal jeopardy.

Some of those are the agents under FBI director Comey who used the easily debunked Steele dossier, paid for by the Democratic party, to gain a FISA court warrants that allowed them to spy on the Trump campaign. It now turns out that the main source for the dossier they used was a shady actor who the FBI had earlier investigated for an alleged connection to Russian intelligence:

Sep 28 05:33

Louisville is virtually deserted as cops put curfews in place to control protests after report was released contradicting the Kentucky AG's claim that Breonna Taylor's boyfriend shot a cop during botched raid

Louisville was virtually deserted Sunday evening amid curfews to control protests after a grand jury declined to charge officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

Sep 28 05:33

Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict: Flames of war rekindled as world urges restraint

Heavy fighting continues in the South Caucasus region of Nagorno-Karabakh, a day after a decades-long territorial dispute re-erupted with the heaviest clashes in years between Azerbaijan’s military and Armenian-backed forces.

Fighting was reported throughout the night into early Monday morning, with both sides deploying heavy artillery.

The latest flare-up of violence has resulted in scores of fatalities and hundreds of injuries on both sides.

Azerbaijan's foreign minister said on Monday that six Azeri civilians had lost their lives in the latest bout of fighting.

The Azerbaijani Prosecutor General's Office reported that "as many as 26 civilians have been hospitalized with various bodily injuries."

Sep 28 05:33

Yemen war: Journos gather ‘war crime’ evidence at scene of Saudi-led airstrike

A group of journalists have looked for evidence of war crime at the scene of a recent massacre of civilians, including children, during a Saudi Arabia-led strike that targeted a civilian home near Yemen’s border with the kingdom.

The Sky News team that identified itself as the first journalists to independently investigate the attack, “discovered evidence of a recent potential war crime in northern Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition, which is backed by the US and Britain,” the network reported on its website on Monday.

The attack saw a jet reaching the remote village of Washah before striking the home where only women and children were present at the time, while refusing to even “touch” any other nearby structure.

Sep 28 05:32

Biden makes bizarre claim that Trump's best debate case is 'made in urine' after the president demanded he take a drug test before Tuesday's showdown

Joe Biden’s campaign said President Trump’s demand on Sunday for the former vice president to be tested for drug use before their first debate on Tuesday was ‘made in urine’.

‘Vice President Biden intends to deliver his debate answers in words,’ Biden’s deputy campaign manager, Kate Bedingfield, said.

‘If the president thinks his best case is made in urine he can have at it.

Sep 28 05:31

Maria Bartiromo: John Durham Interim Report or Indictments Before Election ‘Unlikely’

Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo reported Sunday morning that she believes that it is “unlikely” that any interim report or indictments from U.S. Attorney John Durham come before the election on November 3.

“It is unlikely that we will get a John Durham interim report or any indictments before the election, now just 37 days away,” she said on Sunday Morning Futures.

“A debate has begun within the Department of Justice as the timing of John Durham’s criminal investigation conclusions. I’m being told by sources it is now too close to the election and could be viewed as politically motivated,” she added.

Bartiromo said her view was based on conversations with sources.

Sep 28 05:30

Watch Live: Left-wing Groups Protest Across Country to Oppose Amy Coney Barrett Nomination

Left-wing groups, including MoveOn, Indivisible, NARAL Pro-Choice America, and the Sunrise Movement are launching protests at courthouses across the country to oppose the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Beginning at 2 p.m. on Sunday in Washington, D.C., a protest is taking place at the Supreme Court. Watch live above.

In what has been dubbed the SCOTUS Rapid Response Action Guide, protest planners offer a wide range of guidance for protesters and also provide links so visitors can donate to Planned Parenthood to “protect RBG’s Legacy.”

Sep 28 05:29

Joe Biden Claimed He Attended Historically Black University; University Disagrees

Delaware State University (DSU) has refuted Joe Biden’s claim that he attended the historically black institution — the latest example of Biden being caught embellishing his academic credentials.

Sep 28 05:29

At Least 24 Shot During Two Days in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

At least 24 people were shot over the course of Friday and Saturday in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago.

ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times reported 24 shot, five fatally, by 11:40 p.m. Saturday and NBC 5 reported 25 shot.

The first fatal shooting of the two-day time frame occurred Friday night about 10 p.m. It involved a 19-year-old, who was walking in an alley when shots rang out. The 19-year-old was hit multiple times. He was transported to a hospital and pronounced dead.

The most recent fatal shooting occurred at 11:10 a.m. Saturday, and involved a 17-year-old boy who was shot to death while “standing in an alley in the 200 block of North Leamington.” Two men walked up on him, pulled out guns, and began shooting. The teen was struck by gunfire and died at the scene.

Sep 28 05:28

From Trump-Russia Probe to the Clinton Foundation: Why Has Durham Widened His Inquiry's Scope?

On 24 September, The New York Times broke the story that US Attorney John Durham, appointed by Attorney General William Barr to conduct a probe into the handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, also sought information about the FBI's Clinton Foundation inquiry. Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel explains Durham's focus on the charity.

According to the newspaper, Durham tried to find out how law enforcement officials handled an investigation into allegations of political corruption at the Clinton Foundation.

The media outlet further argued that the US attorney's focus on the Clintons raises questions about the scope of the prosecutor's review: "The approach is highly unusual, according to people briefed on the investigation", the NYT wrote, suggesting that the alleged infractions themselves are not comparable, and largely included different teams of investigators and prosecutors.

Sep 28 05:28

Day of reckoning is coming, stay tuned: Graham on Russia probe origins

Sep 28 05:27

Read Republicans' Biden report

In late 2013 and into 2014, mass protests erupted in Kyiv, Ukraine, demandingintegration into western economies and an end to systemic corruption that had plagued thecountry. At least 82 people were killed during the protests, which culminated on Feb. 21 whenUkrainian President Viktor Yanukovych abdicated by fleeing the country. Less than two monthslater, over the span of only 28 days, significant events involving the Bidens unfolded.On April 16, 2014, Vice President Biden met with his son’s business partner, DevonArcher, at the White House. Five days later, Vice President Biden visited Ukraine, and he soonafter was described in the press as the “public face of the administration’s handling of Ukraine.”

Sep 28 05:25

Marseille uprising: Macron faces huge backlash in French city - 'They will REVOLT'

EMMANUEL MACRON is desperately fighting off a furious backlash in Marseille over the Government's order to shut down bars and restaurants as part of a toughening of rules to curb rising coronavirus infections.

Sep 28 05:18

Trump’s New C19 Advisor Cites Research Showing Widespread Immunity! Calls out CDC Head Redfield’s False Testimony to Stunned Press

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to watch a physicist try to explain quantum mechanics to a room full of delinquent kindergartners, we finally have a pretty good idea.

Most of our readers probably already know that Trump appointed Dr. Scott Atlas of Stanford University’s prestigious Hoover Institution to his COVID-19 task force last month.

As I noted when the good news broke:

Dr. Atlas is one of the thousands of medical experts the Democrats and their media enablers don’t want you to know about who’ve been trying to put the breaks on the suicidal, anti-science response to COVID-19 they’ve conned us into following.

Sep 28 05:18

Protesters Go Full Mad Max in Downtown LA

Sep 28 05:17

Mic'd Up Report — Who is Kamala Harris?

Sep 28 05:17

Russia's Putin tells Armenian PM Pashinyan that all military action in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region should be halted

Vladimir Putin told Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, on Sunday, that all efforts should be undertaken to stop the further escalation of fighting in Yerevan's dispute with Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

The Russian president said Moscow was concerned about the sudden eruption of violence and that he believes the immediate goal is to cease hostilities, the Kremlin said in a statement. The phone call between Putin and Pashinyan was made on the latter's initiative.

Earlier in the day, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called both his Azeri and Armenian counterparts to express Moscow's concerns and urge them to step back from the conflict.

Sep 28 05:17

Man, 26, who is accused of shooting two Louisville officers during protests over the Breonna Taylor case is held on $1million bail after pleading not guilty

The man accused of shooting two Louisville police officers amid protests over a grand jury's decision not to pursue murder charges against cops in the Breonna Taylor case has been held on $1million bail.

Sep 28 05:16

German Professor Arrested After Speaking At "We Do Not Consent" Rally In London

After Metropolitan Police claimed they would only crack down on marchers flagrantly violating social distancing rules (though the hated "rule of six" had been suspended due to the gathering's "protest" status), German professor Dr. Heiko Schoening was arrested by a gang of British officers - he was filmed being loaded into a paddy wagon - after speaking out against using tactics like economy-destroying mandatory lockdowns during yesterday's "We Do Not Consent" rally in London.

Sep 28 05:15

Flashpoint Nagorno-Karabakh: How the Armenian-Azeri Conflict Started and What’s at Stake

Clashes broke out in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region early Sunday morning, with Azerbaijan and Armenia accusing each other of sparking the hostilities. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been the main bone of contention in cool relations between Yerevan and Baku for over three decades.

Fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh continues to escalate, with Armenia and authorities in the self-proclaimed Republic of Artsakh which control the enclave declaring martial law and starting mobilizations of reserve servicemen. Baku, meanwhile, has announced martial law and declared curfews in parts of the country.

Sep 28 05:15

Live Updates: Azerbaijani Forces Able to Retaliate if Armenia Uses Iskander Missile System - FM

Last week, the situation escalated along the contact line of Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian-majority autonomy that proclaimed independence from Azerbaijan in 1991. Armenia and Azerbaijan waged war over the disputed territory until 1994, and since the end of the war both sides have been holding peace talks mediated by the OSCE Minsk Group.

Azerbaijan's Ministry of Defence accused Armenian forces of attacking the city of Terter on Monday, promising to retaliate in kind. The ministry also claimed that servicemen destroyed at least two Armenian tanks amid the recent clashes. At the same time, Yerevan said that Azerbaijan is continuing to attack the region using heavy artillery.

Military hostilities erupted between the two sides on Sunday along the contact line of Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian-majority autonomy that proclaimed independence from what was then Soviet Azerbaijan in 1991, with each side blaming the other for putting civilian lives in danger.

Sep 28 05:14

Thousands of Trump supporters from Pennsylvania to Alaska hold huge motorcade rallies with cars waving MAGA flags and honking their horns stretching for miles

Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump gathered Sunday for rallies in towns and cities across the country from Pennsylvania in the east, Illinois in the midwest and even Alaska.

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