(Tyler Durden) The Justice Department has refuted a New York Times report that Attorney General William Barr may leave before the end of the year, saying in a statement that he “intends to stay as long as President Trump needs him.”
(Ivan Pantchoukov) Attorney Sidney Powell said on Monday that someone had removed a Dominion Voting Systems server from a recount center in Fulton County, Georgia.
(Mac Salvo) A massive YouTube purge has taken place. Several channels have been removed from the platform proving truth is treason in the empire of lies.
(Zero Hedge) Protesters in Washington DC clashed with police Thursday night and into Friday morning, as the last night of the Republican National Convention turned into a chaotic scene down the street from the White House.
(Zero Hedge) Big tech CEOs took a beating from both sides on Wednesday, with Democrats on the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee hammering the heads of Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple over anti-competitive conduct, and Republicans on the committee focusing on bias against conservatives.
(ZeroHedge) Twitter has suspended multiple large Cuban media accounts for reasons the social media platform has yet to explain as of this writing, a move which journalist Dan Cohen has described as “the equivalent of silencing CNN, Fox, WaPo and NPR’s accounts” for that nation. The Union of Cuban Journalists has denounced the move as censorship.
(Zerohedge) After hitting a new high last month, mentions of immigration as the most important problem facing the U.S. increased further to 27% in July. Since Gallup began regularly recording mentions of the issue in 1993, immigration has been cited by an average of 6% of Americans, though it has been higher in recent years. There have been occasional, typically short-lived, spikes when major immigration events were occurring.
(Zerohedge) No longer can we call Jeffrey Epstein a “billionaire pedophile” or a “billionaire registered sex-offender.” In a court document filed Monday afternoon following a bail hearing, the 66-year-old financier claims to be worth just over $559 million as of June 30, 2019.
(Zerohedge) In the wake of Jeffrey Epstein’s weekend arrest, an observant Twitter user noticed that someone has edited the billionaire pedophile’s Wikipedia page to remove all mention of Democrats who have flown on the “Lolita Express” – the nickname given to his private Boeing 727 jet which was reportedly outfitted with a bed.
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(Zerohedge) A fourth cancer-causing compound was found in widely prescribed blood pressure pills, according to a new report by Bloomberg. The solvent dimethylformamide was discovered in the drug valsartan, manufactured by several companies including Novartis, by an online pharmacy, Valisure.
(ZeroHedge) With the recent second verdict where a jury ruled that Roundup weedkiller contributed to a man’s cancer, controversial pesticides, herbicides and fungicides are once again in the news. These chemicals, particularly the herbicide glyphosate (the active ingredient in Roundup) have long played a role in American agriculture, but their health risks are only now being understood. As a result, thousands of cancer lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto, the company that invented Roundup, and Monsanto’s new parent company, Bayer AG.
(Zerohedge) If everything is racist, nothing is racist. You’d think that principle might now be obvious, given how the terms racist and racism are used as often as they are. Maybe you’ve been hoping that racism’s most genuine enemies are concerned that overusing the term is causing real examples to be overlooked. Forget it.
(Zero Hedge) A group of KKK members led by a Jefferson County “Imperial Wizard” known only as Derek were ejected from a Saturday “Occupy ICE” counterprotest by members of conservative groups the “Three Percenters” and “Proud Boys,” who had organized the response.
(Zero Hedge) The US Air Force completed two more tests of the B61-12 gravity nuclear bomb by dropping a dud (or “non-nuclear test assembly“) from a B-2 Spirit stealth bomber at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada on June 9, as part of the multi-billion dollar project to extend the service life of the bomb, introduced […]
(Zero Hedge) Suicide is exploding in America – and the increase isn’t confined to celebrities like Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. Suicide rates have risen by an astonishing 30% since 1999, with suicidal people citing relationship stress, financial difficulties and other issues as the underlying cause.