The EU is trying to get another referendum, they are trying to get the people to say they do not want the BREXIT. The [CB] have the ability to manipulate the economy, the magic wand works with stats, stock market etc, the one place it falls short is people spending, this is why we see retail declining the way it is. Countries are now detaching themselves from the [CB] money system, they are preparing for the transition. Unplanned is being censored and social media platforms are pushing their agenda to make sure it does not get viewed.White House working on health care reform. [DS] is in a frenzy, they want the Mueller report, but they are not going to like what they get, the panic is real. Before the elections the [DS] are trying everything to rig the system so they can return to power. Paul Sperry uncovers how the 4am talking points are distributed and who fund the org. JW sues to find out if HRC server was sending emails to many countries.Trump says the census is worthless without the citizen question. Comey tweets a mysterious message.
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- Earlier, the European Union had given the United Kingdom until April 12 to decide upon alternative withdrawal arrangements, or leave without a trade deal.
- So they want a second referendum now
- This is exactly what they did in Ireland with the treaty of Lisbon.
- They asked once, Ireland said NOO!!!! but the dirty corrupt globalist bureaucrats didn’t like the results so they brainwashed the population and fear-mongered them for a year and then asked again and got a YES…
- Make no mistake about it, had they said no again, they would have asked a third, fouth, fifth, etc time until they got the result they were seeking!
- Now look, they are pulling the exact same scam on UK with Brexit.
- According to Brussels officials cited by the newspaper, the UK could be given some time to hold a general election or hold another referendum to get a majority for the withdrawal agreement.
- headline retail sales dropped 0.2% MoM in February (exaggerated by strong upward revisions) and core retail sales (ex-auto and gas) tumbled 0.6% MoM…
- Sales in the “control group” subset, which some analysts view as a cleaner gauge of underlying consumer demand, also fell 0.2%, missing estimates for a gain, after an upwardly revised 1.7% increase in the prior month. The measure excludes food services, car dealers, building-materials stores and gasoline stations.
- On a year-over-year basis, retail sales growth slowed to +2.2%…
- Seven of 13 major retail categories showed declines…
- Led by Building Materials & Garden Equipment plunging 4.4% – the biggest drop since 2012… (additionally, receipts at electronics and appliance stores fell 1.3 percent, the most since May 2017).
- According to Challenger, Gray & Christmas, retail layoffs were up a whopping 92 percent in January and February compared to the same period a year ago.
More than 41,000 people have lost their jobs in the retail industry so far this year — a 92 percent spike in layoffs since the same time last year, according to a new report.
And the layoffs continue to mount, with JCPenney announcing this week it would be closing 18 stores in addition to three previously announced closures, as part of a “standard annual review.”
- Yes, competition from Internet commerce is hurting the traditional retail industry, but it certainly doesn’t explain a 92 percent increase.
Walmart is closing at least 11 US stores across eight states.
The stores include one Walmart Supercenter in Lafayette, Louisiana, and Walmart Neighborhood Market stores in Arizona, California, Kansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington.
- Here is a list of the addresses where Walmart stores are closing…
6085 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, Arizona
3900 W. Ina Road, Tucson, Arizona
1600 Saratoga Ave., San Jose, California
712 N. Western Ave., Liberal, Kansas
1229 NE. Evangeline Trwy., Lafayette, Louisiana
3603 Broad River Road, Columbia, South Carolina
1757 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Morristown, Tennessee
2501 University Commons Way, Knoxville, Tennessee
7000 Iron Bridge Road, North Chesterfield, Virginia
2864 Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia Beach, Virginia
7809 NE. Vancouver Plaza Dr., Vancouver, Washington
- Many people believe this is only happening because of the growth of Internet retailing.
- And yes, Internet retailing has been growing, but it still accounts for less than 10 percent of all U.S. retail sales. In addition, it is important to point out that Internet retailers had a very disappointing holiday season just like brick-and-mortar retailers did.
- Ultimately, the truth is that the U.S. economy has been steadily slowing down in recent months
- With Russia actively dumping US dollars and buying gold at the fastest paced in decades, the writing is on the wall
- And with Russia now clearly seeking to end monetary ties with a dollar-denominated “west”, there is just one alternative – China. Which is why it will probably not come as a surprise that several Russian banks joined the China International Payments System (CIPS) also known as China’s “SWIFT”, to ease operations between the two countries, according to a senior official at the Central Bank of Russia (CBR).
- “As for the cooperation on payment systems, a range of banks are already connected to CIPS, allowing to facilitate payments routing procedure,”
- Despite intense media opposition, an “R” rating from the MPAA, and big tech censorship, pro-life film “Unplanned” is wildly outperforming expectations at the box office.
- The biopic — which details Planned Parenthood defector Abby Johnson’s dramatic journey from abortion mouthpiece to pro-life crusader — has taken in an estimated $6,110,000 this weekend, expected to become the #5 movie at the box office.
- The film was projected to bring in less than half of what it’s generated thus far.
- Notably, “Unplanned” ($6 million budget) racked up a cumulative per-screen average of $5,770 per screen, edging out big-budget flick “Captain Marvel” ($152 million budget).
- “Unplanned” has also dominated in audience reviews, scoring a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes and earning an A+ rating from CinemaScore.
- Unplanned” was hit with a controversial R rating from the MPAA and TV networks refused the film’s ads. On Saturday, Twitter inexplicably suspended the official account for the movie, however, after swift backlash, the “error” was fixed and the account was restored.
Here is an update
— UnplannedMovie (@UnplannedMovie) April 1, 2019
Michelle Malking tweeted out the following
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) April 1, 2019
In the video she shows how she cannot follow, Twitter will not let her
- The White House is quietly working on a healthcare policy proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the matter.
- While it is not clear how far along the process is, work on a proposal has been going on for months. The effort appears to belie criticism that Trump’s decision to restart the debate on healthcare, an issue Democrats used to their advantage in the 2018 midterms, was an error committed without forethought.
- “The White House, mainly through the National Economic Council, has been engaged on thinking about health care reform for a while now, and they have been engaged with a group of center-right health policy groups to talk about various proposals and ideas,”
- The analyst said the administration has been “having conversations” on healthcare policy and has reached out to numerous think tanks, including the Heritage Foundation, the Mercatus Center, and the Hoover Institute.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, (D-N.Y.), on March 26 PHOTO: J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Nadler said Monday that he had scheduled a markup on Wednesday to authorize a subpoena for the Mueller report, as well as the special counsel’s underlying evidence. The markup would give the New York Democrat the green light to subpoena the report, though Nadler has not said whether he would do so before Attorney General William Barr releases a redacted version publicly, which he is expected to do later this month. –CNN
- On Friday, Barr sent Nadler and Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham a letter notifying them that he was working with Mueller to redact sensitive information which could affect ongoing matters – including grand jury material, information that would infringe on someone’s personal privacy or information which could compromise the DOJ’s sources and methods of investigation, and that the redacted report would be ready by mid-April “if not sooner.”
- This wasn’t good enough for Nadler, who responded “As I informed the Attorney General..Congress requires the full and complete Mueller report, without redactions, as well as access to the underlying evidence, by April 2. That deadline still stands.”
- It’s bad enough, as has been evident for some time, that Donald Trump and his campaign were being spied upon by our own government, but it’s highly likely they were also subject to literal entrapment–at least a serious attempt was made.
- Former special counsel Robert Mueller “exhausted” his investigation into President Donald Trump’s non-existent Russia collusion in December 2017, but kept the investigation going for more than a year even though he was warned that he was impeding President Trump’s inability to govern the United States of America.
- “By early December, he had exhausted all of the evidence and the witnesses,” President Trump’s former lawyer John Dowd said
- So now we know that the Operation Crossfire Hurricane conspirators allowed the media narrative to continue through the 2018 midterms with no evidence. Would that qualify as election interference?
- Judicial Watch, filed the lawsuit after ODNI failed to produce documents responsive to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed on July 13, 2018.
- Judicial Watch filed the FOIA on the heels of an explosive committee hearing on Capitol Hill featuring former FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok. During the hearing, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) accused Strzok of ignoring a major Clinton email investigation lead from the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG).
- The inspector general discovered an “anomaly on Hillary Clinton’s emails,” Gohmert said, with nearly every single email “going to an address that was not on the distribution list.” Gohmert didn’t disclose the entity to which the emails were forwarded, describing it as a foreign actor other than Russia.
- Where Were Emails Going?
- According to Gohmert, inspector general investigator Frank Rucker and attorney Janette McMillan relayed the lead during a meeting with four FBI officials, including Strzok and Dean Chappell.
- The Judicial Watch lawsuit seeks to force the release of documents it has sought since July 2018, which include all records and communications related to the meeting between the FBI and the ICIG.
- “Our lawsuit could further expose how anti-Trump activists like disgraced FBI official Peter Strzok bent over backward to protect Hillary Clinton from having to answer for her national security crimes,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement. “The scandal of the illicit Trump spying is directly tied to the Deep State protection of Hillary Clinton.”
- Key Democratic operatives and private investigators who tried to derail Donald Trump’s campaign by claiming he was a tool of the Kremlin have rebooted their operation since his election with a multimillion-dollar stealth campaign to persuade major media outlets and lawmakers that the president should be impeached.
- The effort has successfully placed a series of questionable stories alleging secret back channels and meetings between Trump associates and Russian spies, while influencing related investigations and reports from Congress.
- The operation’s nerve center is a Washington-based nonprofit called The Democracy Integrity Project, or TDIP. Among other activities, it pumps out daily “research” briefings to prominent Washington journalists, as well as congressional staffers, to keep the Russia “collusion” narrative alive.
- TDIP is led by Daniel J. Jones, a former FBI investigator, Clinton administration volunteer and top staffer to California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein. It employs the key opposition-research figures behind the salacious and unverified dossier: Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson and ex-British intelligence officer Christopher Steele. Its financial backers include the actor/director Rob Reiner and billionaire activist George Soros.
- The project’s work has been largely shrouded in mystery. But a months-long examination by RealClearInvestigations, drawn from documents and more than a dozen interviews, found that the organization is running an elaborate media-influence operation that includes driving and shaping daily coverage of the Russia collusion theory, as well as pushing stories about Trump in the national media that attempt to tie the president or his associates to the Kremlin.
- The group also feeds information to FBI and congressional investigators, and then tells reporters that authorities are investigating those leads.
- Five days a week, TDIP emails a newsletter to influential Democrats and prominent Beltway journalists under the heading “TDIP Research” – which summarizes the latest “collusion” news, and offers “points of interest” to inspire fresh stories regarding President Trump’s alleged ties to Moscow.
- Recipients of the TDIP reports include staffers at the New York Times and Washington Post and investigative reporters at BuzzFeed, ProPublica and McClatchy, as well as news producers at CNN and MSNBC, according to a source familiar with the project’s email distribution list. Democratic aides on Capitol Hill also subscribe to the newsletter.
- The briefings typically run several pages and include an “Executive Summary” and links to court documents and congressional testimony, letters and memos, as well as new articles and videos.
- The Steele dossier and impeachment are common themes in the reports, which generally spin news events against Trump, copies of the newsletter obtained by RCI show. A March 13 TDIP bulletin, for instance, highlighted former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s sentencing without informing readers that Special Counsel Robert Mueller closed the case without any collusion accusation against Manafort, who was punished for personal financial crimes.
So the question we need to ask, is this how the 4am talking points are created and distributed.
Thank you for showing the world how Clowns pass the narrative to journalists @ 4am.
Re_read crumbs re: SecureDrop.
John Perry Barlow.
Trump tweets out the following
Can you believe that the Radical Left Democrats want to do our new and very important Census Report without the all important Citizenship Question. Report would be meaningless and a waste of the $Billions (ridiculous) that it costs to put together!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 1, 2019
- The president’s comment comes one year ahead of the next Census milestone, April 1, 2020, the date by which the Census Bureau plans to send a letter or door knocker to every U.S. household. The massive data collection is undertaken every ten years and has major implications, including alterations to the apportioning of congressional seats, the drawing of political districts, and allocations of local and federal funding.
- A federal judge in New York blocked the Trump administration from adding the question in January, arguing that the addition was illegal and intended to discriminate against noncitizens.
- Arguments will take place before the Supreme Court in April, and a decision should come by late June. Justices agreed to a speedy review of the lower court ruling because the questionnaires need to be printed soon.
- Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) is set this week to introduce a constitutional amendment to abolish the Electoral College,
- An aide told the outlet that the amendment is supported by Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.). Multiple news outlets confirmed Schatz’s plan.
- Any amendment would face a tough road: It would first need to win over two-thirds of both chambers of Congress and then be ratified by three-fourths of the states.
- In a recent op-ed, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg implored the state to get more involved in governing the internet. “Every day, we make decisions about what speech is harmful, what constitutes political advertising, and how to prevent sophisticated cyberattacks,” he began. “These are important for keeping our community safe. But if we were starting from scratch, we wouldn’t ask companies to make these judgments alone.”
- Zuckerberg’s case for government-instituted speech codes is a cynical attempt to deflect criticism aimed at his company. But it’s also propelled by two corrosive political myths.
- For starters, there’s no such a thing as “harmful speech.” There might be speech that offends us. There might be speech we disagree with. There’s also speech that’s inarguably ugly, dishonest, pornographic or despicable. “We” allow these unpleasant words to go largely unregulated because we value the broader liberty of being able to offer opinions without government censors dictating which thoughts are acceptable.
- So if Zuckerberg wants to rid his platform of this “hate speech,” no one is stopping him. Facebook allegedly employs a number of new mechanisms to achieve this very task. Good luck.
- But Zuckerberg also claims that “we,” as society, now have a special responsibility to facilitate his efforts to keep people “safe” from reprehensible rhetoric. We have no such obligation. Facebook already offers users the ability to block or ignore accounts they find distasteful. If they don’t like how Facebook is governing speech, they can quit.
- The government wouldn’t be able assist Facebook in administering speech codes any more effectively, anyway. Though, bureaucrats would now be tasked with taking on the thorny decision-making process of deeming speech inappropriate. Which is, no doubt, the point.
- Moreover, Zuckerberg wants to institute these plans in “common global framework.” Well, Vladimir Putin recently signed a bill that makes it a crime to “disrespect” the state and spread “fake news.” France, who Zuckerberg says he is already working with, has passed hate-speech laws that allow the banning of political content. As do many other nations, including Canada. And let’s not forget fully authoritarian nations like China. Are those the countries that Zuckerberg trusts to assist the United States in instituting a framework for acceptable Internet speech?
- The bottom line is that Facebook is now actively asking for global government involvement in regulating the Internet.
- The last thing America needs is for our Speech to be regulated under a “Common Global Framework”. The Founders gave us 1st Amendment protections for a reason: they saw how their current “common global framework” was functioning and wanted no part of it for their Grand Experiment.
- On Friday San Diego-based U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez ruled California’s law against high-capacity gun magazines was unconstitutional
- California law has prohibited buying or selling of magazines with over 10 rounds since 2000, but those who had them before then were allowed to keep them
- In 2016, the Legislature and voters approved a law removing that provision
- The California arm of the National Rifle Association then sued and Benitez sided with the group’s argument, in defense of the right to bear arms
- He cited stories of three women confronted by armed intruders in their homes
- One woman who had a high capacity magazine was able to kill one of the three armed intruders, scare the others off, and call for help at the same time
- The other two women ran out of bullets during the home attack
A federal judge declared California’s ban on high-capacity gun magazines over 10 rounds as unconstitutional on Friday, following a lawsuit by the state’s arm of the National Rifle Association.
On Friday San Diego-based U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez ruled the law against high-capacity gun magazines was unconstitutional, blocking the state from enforcing the voter-approved ban outlined California’s Proposition 63.
- Incumbent Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko has zero chances to win the presidential election provided that it is not rigged and an administrative resource is not used,
- Poroshenko losing ground with 70% of ballots counted
Vladimir Zelensky leads the race, winning 30.45% of the vote. Poroshenko comes in second with 16.19%
I’m in. We need someone in the middle. #2020 pic.twitter.com/IGt69bEQz1
— James Comey (@Comey) April 1, 2019
It’s been 60+ years (obviously way more) that govt has been hiding dirty dirty secrets and President Trump is first 1 not part of their inner circle so they tried to make an example of him and are winding up exposing themselves! Don’t you love it?
— Wyatt (@SayWhenLA) April 1, 2019