Edward Snowden Deserves a Pardon

by David D’Amato, The Burning Platform: The global spotlight was cast upon Edward Snowden in 2013 after he blew the whistle on the National Security Agency’s (NSA) warrantless domestic surveillance programs. Working with The Guardian and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald, Snowden famously (or infamously, depending on one’s point of view) revealed that the NSA was illegally […]

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Trump Will Name One of These 12 People to the Supreme Court Next Week

by Matt Margolis, PJ Media: On Saturday evening at a rally in Fayetteville, N.C., President Donald Trump announced that he would be naming a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “I will be putting forth a nominee next week. It will be a woman,” the president declared. This will likely unleash […]

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Democrats Heads Are Exploding Following President Trump’s Historic Middle East Peace Deal And His Nobel Peace Prize Nomination

by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline: President Donald Trump has been nominated to receive the Nobel Prize for his work with Israelis and Muslims in the Middle East. This possibility has left knees jerking all over America and Europe. Note, they were left knees. Of course, Obama was given the same prize for doing—well, for […]

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Lindsey Graham Says He Backs Trump in ‘Any Effort to Move Forward’ on RBG Vacancy

by David Ng, Breitbart: Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that he is supporting President Donald Trump “in any effort to move forward” concerning the vacancy left by the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Graham would preside over confirmation hearings for the president’s choice to fill Ginsburg’s seat. […]

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Trump tells Republicans ‘we’re in position of power’ to replace RBG

from RT: President Donald Trump has asked the Republican Party to press ahead with replacing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg “without delay,” hours after her death. Democrats have vowed to resist. “We were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us, the most […]

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COME AND TAKE IT! TEXAS BAR OWNER REFUSES TO SHUT DOWN IN DEFIANCE OF STATE MANDATE

by Adan Salazar, InfoWars: Bar owner invokes Texas spirit of independence in fight to save her business A bar owner in Texas has defied state coronavirus rules to shut down her business, instead staying open and challenging the state’s authority to enact such an order. The freedom fighter is standing her ground in the East […]

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New Jersey man doxxed as QAnon website operator

by Shepard Ambellas, Intellihub: Citigroup information and security analyst doxxed as QAnon website operator A popular website that aggregates QAnon conspiracy theories was shut down after a New Jersey man has been exposed as the operator of the site which garners thousands of dollars in revenue monthly. The fact-checking site Logically.ai identified Jason Gelinas on 10 September as being the “developer and mouthpiece” of the site which aggregates a plethora of Q posts. William Turton reporting for Bloomberg reached out to Gelinas outside of his home for comment where the web operator declined to give any details about the operation. “I’m not going to comment on any of that,” Gelinas said. “I am not going to get involved. I want to stay out of it.” A Linkedin profile for Gelinas states that he works at Citigroup as an information and security analyst. Bloomberg reports: QAppAnon, the online name of qmap’s creator, also runs a Patreon account, which receives more than $3,000 a month in donations, according to the Patreon site. In March, QAppAnon announced on Patreon an upcoming Android app named “Armor of God,” a social network for followers of QAnon. Citigroup has refused to comment. Read More @ Intellihub.com

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Why the polls are wrong again: As in 2016, Trump supporters are not divulging their vote intentions

by Dr. Eowyn, DC Clothesline: The polls leading up to the 2016 presidential elections showed Hillary Clinton winning, but the polls turned out, happily, to be wrong. Democrats, who had believed the polls, were outraged. To this day, Demonrats are in denial, having convinced themselves that their candidate lost because Trump had colluded with those dastardly Russians — for which, after a two-year exhaustive FBI investigation that cost taxpayers millions of dollars, there is zero evidence. None. Nada. Zilch. Of course, that hasn’t stopped Demonrats in repeating the fake Russian collusion story because of their “I’ve made up my mind! Don’t confuse me with facts!” psychopathology. Well, the signs are pointing to the polls being wrong again in the 2020 election. Although polls after the Democrat and Republican party conventions show that Joe Biden still has a four-point lead over Trump, this is why those polls are wrong: Many Trump supporters simply are not telling people for whom they’ll vote on November 3. On September 3 and 6, 2020, Rasmussen Reports conducted a national phone and online survey of 1,000 likely voters, with a +/- 3 margin of sampling error and a 95% level of confidence. The survey found that: As many as 17% of those who Strongly Approve of the job President Trump is doing say they are less likely to let others know how they intend to vote in the upcoming election. In contrast, only 8% who those who Strongly Disapprove of the president’s performance say they won’t tell others how they’ll vote. Not surprisingly, Republicans are less likely than Democrats to tell others how they intend to vote: 16% of Republicans vs. 12% of Democrats. Independents, i.e., those not affiliated with either major political party, are even more inclined to keep secret for whom they’ll vote — 21%. Liberals are more likely to talk up their vote than moderates and conservatives are. Blacks and other minority voters are less likely than whites this election cycle to tell others how they plan to vote. Republicans are more enthusiastic about the election (which means they are more likely to turn out to vote). In the 2016 election, Trump supporters also were less likely to divulge how they intended to vote. At this same time in the 2016 election cycle, Rasmussen found that: Read More @ DCClothesline.com

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