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BUSTED! DOJ Found Malware on Trump Tower Servers to Fake Ties to Russia in an Attempt to Make it Appear as if they had Ties
Washington Free Beacon senior writer Adam Kredo on Tuesday discussed the Department of Justice finding malware on servers for Trump Tower mimicking supposed Russian ties. Kredo was talking with One America News Network's Liz Wheeler about the FBI investigating the Trump campaign for collusion with Russian ties. Kredo first said that the investigation should go on, before discussing a rarely mentioned point. "It wasn't very well reported, the Department of Justice revealed just last week that in fact some of these ties that they had witnessed between Trump Tower servers and Russian entities in fact, were stooged," Kredo said. Kredo went on to explain that malware may have been installed on these servers to mimick contacts with Russian entities in an effort to portray that the Trump campaign had the Russian contacts. On Monday, FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers testified before the House Intelligence Committee, where the two were unable to answer many questions on the matter of Trump Tower being monitored during the Obama administration.
This Is What It Looks like after an Illegal Mosque Was Shut down for Sponsoring Terrorists, Streets Are Now Inundated with Their Supporters!
In a Muslim stronghold a terrorist sponsoring mosque was shut down by French police so in response the Muslims simply took to the streets and continued their daily prayer by blocking roadways, limiting access to stores, and shutting down entire blocks.
As Twitchy has reported, there really seems to be no shortage of stories about “Trump’s henchmen” hauling off not-so-young DREAMers (who “represent the best of America,” according to Rep. Nancy Pelosi) and lying in wait at a courthouse to detain a woman on her way to file a domestic abuse report. -- Chelsea Clinton: "I need a thesaurus. What's another word for horrifying? Sick? Awful? Running out of adjectives these days that mean unconscionably terrible." -- That second story went national, to the point where Chelsea Clinton was struggling to find the words to describe her horror and outrage … at the woman’s detention, of course, not the fact that she was a convicted criminal who’d been deported six times before. According to a report by NPR, stories like these have had repercussions beyond simply triggering Chelsea Clinton. Denver City Attorney Kristin Bronson told NPR that a video of ICE officers waiting to make an arrest at a Denver courthouse has prompted at least four women to drop pending cases for fear they’ll be deported. In a public radio interview, a criminal defense and immigration attorney admitted that ICE made arrests at courthouses during the Obama administration also, but “she expects more arrests and more fear” since the 2016 election. As Twitchy also has reported, there seems to be a tremendous shortage of mainstream media coverage of the vast majority of ICE’s operations, and it’s been left up to ICE to promote its own work through social media posts and blog entries on its website. For example, here’s someone else who had been deported — four times. That didn’t dissuade Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura, 31, from allegedly punching and kicking a woman in a parking lot after an argument over a marijuana purchase, and then stabbing her multiple times, collapsing her lung. According to Fox 5 New York, police say he later stabbed his girlfriend multiple times after she confronted him about severe injuries to her 2-year-old daughter, who had been sexually assaulted. -- James Woods: "MS-13 gang member deported 4 times stabbed 2 women, abused child, cops say /// When will it ever stop?" -- An extreme case? Perhaps; but it’s far from the only one we’ve seen posted by a local news outlet that’s quickly vanished into the social media ether.
Video Released by a NYC Pro-Palestinian College Group Praises a Female Suicide Bomber Who Killed 33 Israelis, Including 13 Children
An anti-Israel student group took to social media earlier this month to honor “Palestinian martyrs” killed while carrying out terrorist attacks against Israelis. In a Facebook post on March 12, the New York City chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (NYC SJP) shared an Arabic-language video commemorating “the work done by Palestinian female fighters.” The video was originally uploaded to social media by Pulsetine, a non-profit organization that claims to “tell the story of Palestine.” One of the “martyrs” highlighted in the video is Fatah female suicide terrorist Dalal Mughrabi, who took part in the 1978 Coastal Road Massacre. Mughrabi was among a group of terrorists who hijacked a bus and opened fire on passing traffic. After Israeli forces stopped the bus and entered into a gun battle with the perpetrators, Mughrabi blew up the bus with a grenade, killing 38 Israelis, including 13 children.
An act of true devotion to beer-drinking was caught on camera in Volgograd, southwest Russia, when a middle-aged man single-handedly threw out two men allegedly attempting a robbery in a local bar.
THEY ADMIT IT!! Trump's Transition Team Was Wiretapped by the Obama Administration since Election Day to the Inauguration 'NO Mention of Russia' was Found
Between Election Day and the Inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump and his team were caught up in “incidental surveillance” that was unrelated to Russia, House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-California) has said. Nunes was given “dozens of reports” that made “no mention of Russia,” he told reporters Wednesday. “This information was legally brought to me by sources who thought we should know it.” The information was collected as part of a routine investigation, and is considered “incidental surveillance,” Nunes said. The “normal, formal surveillance” provided “significant information” about Trump and his team during the transition period.
Hungary’s Prime Minister is hiring 3,000 “border hunters” to police its new border wall, as the nation votes on a European Union migrant quota referendum. The new border hunters will be equipped with trucks, night vision goggles, and sniffing dogs. Hungarian officials defend the hires saying they will augment Hungary’s border police by also manning watch towers. “Every single migrant poses a public security and terror risk,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban previously told reporters. The nation-wide referendum is expected to reject the EU migrant quotas, which decide how many migrants each member state must take.
Jaw, Meet Floor! Obama's Former DHS Secretary, Jeh Johnson Says Pres. Trump Has 'Potential to Be a Great Pres.'
Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, who served in the Obama administration, said Wednesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that President Donald Trump has the "potential to be a great president." BBC reporter and "Morning Joe" panelist Katty Kay asked Johnson what he thinks about Trump and his administration's handling of national security issues. "I actually believe that Donald Trump–and I told him this when I met with him in December–I actually believe that Donald Trump has the potential to be a great president in sort of the Nixon-goes-to-China way, or Reagan-goes-to-the-Soviet-Union way, if he can find a way to rein in some of the more unhealthy impulses, listen to his staff, bring on a full complement of political appointees who will help him govern," Johnson said. Johnson also defended the Trump administration's recent emergency order that bans travelers from "carrying laptops and other large electronic devices from some countries," Politico reported. Johnson noted that the Department of Homeland Security has "been concerned for some time now" about explosives in electronic devices. He mentioned that the United Kingdom is implementing a similar ban, calling the British "good company." Obama's former DHS chief also criticized Trump for his frequent tweeting, calling it one of the president's "unhealthy impulses." "I'm very concerned about the tweets and very concerned about the direction we're taking in a lot of national security areas," he said. Johnson also said he is worried the government is, "when it comes to homeland security, fighting the last war." "We may be responding to the terrorist attack of 10 years ago, as opposed to the next one," Johnson said. "I used to tell my people, ‘Don't respond to the last terrorist attack, prepare for the next one,' and given where we are right now with the current threat environment, we need to focus on home-grown, home-born violent extremism." Click to View or Post Comment
For the past 14 years, French Jews have grown accustomed to coming under attack during periods of conflict in the Middle East from hostile elements within their country’s large Arab and Muslim communities. One recent incident, however, stood out: the July 13 riot by Palestinian sympathizers outside the Synagogue de la Roquette in central Paris that trapped some 200 terrified people inside the building. The incident sparked a street brawl between the rioters and dozens of Jewish men who arrived to defend the synagogue. “In people’s minds, there will be a before and after the Synagogue de la Roquette,” Joel Mergui, president of the Consistoire, French Jewry’s central religious services organization, told the French newsweekly Le Nouvel Observateur. The incident at the synagogue involved pro-Palestinian protesters who had reportedly just come from a large demonstration against Israel’s airstrikes in Gaza.
Muslim Doctor in California Won't Lose His License after Being Caught Repeatedly Groping Female Patients Because of His Ethnicity
For the past eight years leftist Democrats have refused to link Islam with terrorism and proved quick to blame mental and emotional issues, as in the Omar Mateen case. In similar style, medical authorities disregard Islam as a possible motivator in cases of sexual misconduct by male physicians. Consider the case of Dr. Syed K. Zaidi, 41, of Granite Bay, California, a wealthy community near the state capital of Sacramento. Syed Zaidi is a 1999 graduate of Dow Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan, where he first served as primary care physician. In 2003 he entered a two-year residency in internal medicine at Columbia University, followed by one year in geriatrics at New Jersey Shore University Medical Center. Zaidi gained a one-year fellowship at Ohio State then in 2008 moved to northern California where he practiced with the UC Davis Medical Group. There Dr. Zaidi was the subject of many complaints and he also drew bad reviews on internet forums. “Avoid at all costs,” one patient commented. “He doesn’t care about patients, because he doesn’t care about the patients’ families.” Dr. Zaidi does not talk to reporters, and his neighbors are reluctant to speak publicly about him. In September of 2011 Dr. Syed Zaidi was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on a spouse. His wife, Dr. Fatima Jafri, told police that in 2007 Syed broke three of her ribs and refused to let her get care unless she promised not to attribute the injury to him. Dr. Jafri, also a Dow alum, provided evidence of repeated spousal abuse over period of years. Dr. Jafri declined to testify against Dr. Zaidi and the charges were dismissed. His misconduct involved three women, but it was not three strikes and out for the Pakistani immigrant. The California Medical Board did not lift his license and settled instead for five years probation. Some locals thought the board might have feared a lawsuit. Dr. Zaidi had claimed a female supervisor told him, “If you don’t like it, go back to where you came from.” So he had been mistreated, as one story had it, because of his “ethnicity.”