The economy is moving ahead at full steam. The people are noticing, businesses are coming back online, capacity is now filling. The economist believed that the spending and income would decline but once again we are seeing a V shaped recovery. The [CB]s around the world are backing themselves into a corner, the just hit the brick wall. The [DS]/MSM are trying to control the narrative, but it is failing the people are awake and they see what is really happening. The c19 event is not working, people are no longer afraid, the protests are not working, people only see the riots. The patriots are in control, the appeals court ruled that foreign detainees at Guantanamo Bay do not have the right to make due process claims in court. Define treason, subversion, remember the questions LG asked Kavanaugh.
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- Analysts expected the trend of the last two months to continue in July with personal spending rebounding (though at a slower pace) and personal incomes shrinking back, but both surprised to the upside with a +0.4% MoM rise in incomes and +1.9% MoM jump in spending ( vs -0.2% and +1.6% respectively).
Incomes (thanks to govt transfers) are still up 8.2% YoY while spending remains down 2.8% YoY…
The Fed Redefines Inflation… Again
- The original definition of inflation was an expansion of the supply of money. If you create more money while keeping everything the same, ceteris paribus, then prices should rise accordingly.
- This is a simplistic understanding of the role of the money supply as it leaves out the manner in which the new money makes its way into the economy.
BREAKING: Prime MInister Shinzo Abe to resign due to his health – AFP
Donald Trump is leading a dangerous alliance of right wing extremists, corrupt politicians, craven opportunists & malevolent bigots.
Civil disorder & violence is a tragic result of too many years of injustice & economic inequity fueled by people like Trump.
Vote them out.
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) August 27, 2020
Obviously the John Durham interview didn’t go very well.
- Pientka was involved with everything corrupt involving the Russia Collusion Hoax and his wife is an attorney for a company involved with Fusion GPS. The FBI has hid them to this day.
- But now we find out that Pientka has reportedly met for hours in front of Senate Committees.
- the FBI did all it could to hide Joe Pientka, the corrupt cop at the FBI, who was a main participant in most all the criminal activities involving the coup of candidate and President Trump. This corrupt cop was involved in everything and the FBI has hid him. There were multiple reasons why.
Joe Pientka was a very key player in the Crossfire Hurricane and Mueller gangs created based on fraudulent information.
Overall Pientka was:
- Supervisor of Crossfire Hurricane.
- The Crossfire Hurricane team members were selected by Peter Strzok, the Intel Section Chief, and Pientka.
- The agents reported to Pientka.
- Pientka reported operational activities to Strzok.
- Pientka and Strzok entrapped General Flynn in the White House and lied about Flynn’s lying to the FBI
Pientka was a member of the Crossfire Hurricane gang that was running the sham Trump Russia collusion investigation. He shows in charts of the Crossfire Hurricane gang in 2016:
Pientka moved from the East to West Coasts in the summer of 2019. He is still at the FBI!
- What’s also unusual is the date that the Pientkas purchased their home in California, May 19, 2018. This happens to be almost a year to the date when US Senator Chuck Grassley requested that the FBI bring Pientka before the Senate to testify on the Russia sham investigation. The FBI never did comply with Grassley until recently. Melissa Pientka’s is working for a firm by the name of Baker and Hostetler LLP in Washington D.C:
- Baker & Hostetler are connected to Fusion GPS.
- According to Bruce Ohr’s testimony in front of Congress Pientka was his ‘handler’:
Pientka gets the ok from DOJ to go be interviewed by the Senate Judiciary, right after Durham interviewed Brennan.
We heard nothing from Pientka for about 3 years, then he testified behind closed doors, most likely to contain the leaks.
- President Trump evoked “Obamagate” during his Republican National Convention speech at the White House.
- Speaking to a crowd on the South Lawn, Trump briefly veered off his prepared remarks to bring up the controversy that critics worry could amount to an “October Surprise” to disrupt the 2020 election.
- “Remember this: They spied on my campaign, and they got caught,” Trump said. He then warned: “Let’s see now what happens.”
- The leaders of the Coalition of African American Pastors (CAAP) they are supporting President Donald Trump and wholeheartedly believe many black Americans will be voting for him, though some may do so quietly.
- CAAP President Rev. Bill Owens and his wife, Deborah De Sousa Owens, said it is both “disturbing” and “dishonest” that a party that celebrated America’s “first black president” now claims the United States is “inherently racist.”
- Rev. Owens, who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the civil rights movement, said he grew up poor, but his mother taught him the value of working hard to get ahead.
- “When I grew up, 11 people lived in two rooms, with outside water and an outside toilet,” he explained. “My mother’s sister died, and she took her children in. And I worked. My mother instilled in us the importance of getting an education and working hard.”
- “So, in this country the Democrats and these rioters call so bad, I was able to be successful because I earned it,” he continued. “We were taught to earn it. But, the Democrat Party teaches you the government will take care of you. I won’t have that. Black people can do better. It’s a lie that people cannot achieve in America – a lie.”
- Linn County Auditor Joel Miller issued 140,000 absentee ballots in July that were already pre-filled with voters’ personal information, such as their date of birth and most importantly, voter identification numbers, .Miller said he wanted to make it easy for voters to vote absentee during the pandemic, per the same report.
- However, Judge Ian Thornhill ruled that Miller’s mailing of the ballots violated a “clear directive” from Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, who said absentee ballots forms must be blank when sent to voters,
- An Iowa judge ordered 50,000 absentee ballots to be invalidated after ruling the Iowa elections commissioner overstepped his authority by pre-filling the ballots with voters’ information.
- Asolid majority of registered U.S. voters plans to vote in-person during the presidential election this year, despite the ongoing pandemic that has kept Americans away from public place and larger gatherings, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
- Six out of every 10 voters plan to cast their ballots at a polling place in November, while 33% plan to vote by mail. Just 7% are undecided.
- “By way of comparison, roughly 21% of votes were cast by mail in 2016,” Rasmussen said. “Thus, the polling data suggests a very significant increase in voting by mail. However, most will still vote in person.”
- A study shows nearly 12 percent of Republicans say they would not give an honest opinion to a pollster.
- The same is true of 10.5 percent of Independents but only 5.4 percent of Democrats.
- According to this study, the “missing” or “shy” or “undercounted” Trump voter many suspect is downplaying the public’s true level of support for the president, is real.
- The study, conducted by CloudResearch out of New York, offers this bottom line regardless of whether you are Democrat, Republican, or an Independent: “10.1% of Trump supporters said they were likely to be untruthful on telephone surveys.”
- Some said they did not believe their preference would be kept confidential and feel it’s dangerous in this current climate to share an opinion that is not the accepted “liberal viewpoint.”
- CloudResearch broke it down this way:
- A lack of trust in phone polls as truly being anonymous.
- An apprehension to associate their phone numbers with recorded responses.
- Fear that their responses will become public in some manner.
- Fear of reprisal and related detrimental impact to their financial, social, and family lives should their political opinions become publicly known.
- A general dislike of phone polls.
- Malicious intent to mislead polls due to general distrust of media and political pundits (though a sentiment expressed only by a few “shy voters”).
Since we are watching people protest, people riot, why can’t people vote in person, look at DC, people arrived to protest the RNC
Why can’t people go to the polls, seeing is believing
And now we see NP backtracking on her statement that JB shouldn’t debate,
- Robert Barnes is once again pushing the envelope in his quest to slay more giants.
- Fresh off formally launching lawsuits on behalf of the Convington Kids, Barnes has now launched the Free America Law Center, which he explains is “dedicated to protecting the freedom of speech, the freedom of thought, and the freedom of press in America against big tech and big media colluding” and will be centered around crowdfunded memberships.
- “We have long needed a counterpart to the Southern Poverty Law Center… To do for civil rights and civil liberties in the modern digital age what the NAACP achieved in the 1960’s and 70’s for the rights of African Americans in this country,” he says in the promo video. “This organization depends on you. You get to decide what to make of it. You get to decide what power we are able to wield.”
- Police in Kenosha, Wisconsin arrested nine individuals on charges of disorderly conduct after stopping several ‘suspicious vehicles with out-of-state plates’ and suspecting the occupants of “preparing for criminal activity related to the civil unrest,” a
- The suspects were driving three vehicles; a black school bus, a bread truck and a tan minivan.
- Police said this began with a citizen tip that the vehicles planned to meet in a remote lot near State Highway 50 and Green Bay Road,
- Officers began surveilling the vehicles after locating them, assisted by U.S. Marshals — and confirmed the out-of-state plates.
- Police said officers followed them to a gas station near Washington Road and 30th Avenue, where officers observed the occupants of the bus and bread truck exit and attempt to fill multiple fuel cans.
- As officers closed in, the driver of the minivan attempted to pull away, but was stopped by police who forced an entry into the vehicle and arrested the occupants.
- The vehicles contained helmets, gas masks, protective vests, illegal fireworks and suspected controlled substances, according to the report.
- Is this the van? If so, it would suggest that the group was part of “Riot Kitchen,” a Seattle-based group which operates a food truck (and buys lots of gasoline, allegedly).
Success: Since the National Guard moved into Kenosha, Wisconsin, two days ago, there has been NO FURTHER VIOLENCE, not even a small problem. When legally asked to help by local authorities, the Federal Government will act and quickly succeed. Are you listening Portland?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 28, 2020
Elderly man assaulted just outside the White House. He stoically makes his way through the crowd and is attacked, knocked to the ground and knocked out right after passing the massive BLM words plastered to the street. This is the true nature of BLM right now. pic.twitter.com/F89kw0K8sz
— Justin Hart (@justin_hart) August 28, 2020
This tweet, and the corresponding AP article, make no mention of the fact that Rand Paul is the co-sponse of the “Justice for Breonna Taylor Act” 2 months ago which prohibits no-knock raids, which he came to after “talking with Breonna Taylor’s family”https://t.co/biACbNpLAR https://t.co/dsHC5mRNQ6
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) August 28, 2020
- Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) is introducing legislation this week, to strip convicted rioters of federal unemployment benefits and have them pay the cost of federal policing of riots.
- Banks’ legislation, known as the Support Peaceful Protest Act, would ensure that rioters convicted of violence, vandalism, or looting must pay restitution to cover the cost of federal law enforcement policing of the riot at which they were arrested.
- In addition, Banks’ plan would mandate that convicted rioters become ineligible for federal unemployment benefits during the Chinese coronavirus crisis. Some are currently receiving hundreds of dollars in extra unemployment benefits.
— Mayor Ted Wheeler (@tedwheeler) August 28, 2020
Remember: every example of violence Donald Trump decries has happened on his watch. Under his leadership. During his presidency.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 28, 2020
So they are not peaceful protests, they are violent riots. So why haven’t the Govs stopped it? Trump offered to send in the NG, all they had to do was ask. The Govs are [knowingly] responsible
- Flashback remember when Kamala Harris said the following
- “Everyone, beware. [Protestors] are not going to stop before Election Day in November and they’re not going to stop after Election Day,” Harris added that “they should not” and “we should not.”
- According to polls, support for Black Lives Matter is rapidly declining,
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- IT TOOK A WHILE, BUT TRUMP HAS A PLAN. The final night of the Republican convention, on the South Lawn of the White House, wasn’t just an unprecedented event and perhaps the nation’s best fireworks show. It was also a formal notice that the Trump campaign, after much struggle, has settled on a way to attack Joe Biden in the last 66 days before the election.
- “There is now a coherent strategy to take down Biden,” CNN liberal analyst Van Jones said shortly after the president finished his speech accepting the Republican nomination. The speech was long (70 minutes) and lost energy at times, but out of it emerged some of the president’s key attack lines.
- The first attack line is about jobs. “Joe Biden is not the savior of America’s soul,” Trump said. “He is the destroyer of America’s jobs, and if given the chance, he will be the destroyer of American Greatness. For 47 years, Joe Biden took donations of blue collar workers, gave them hugs and even kisses, told them he felt their pain — and then he flew back to Washington and voted to ship their jobs to China and many other distant lands.”
- Biden’s “shameful” record includes votes for NAFTA and for China’s entry into the World Trade Organization. “After those Biden calamities,” Trump said, “the United States lost one in four manufacturing jobs. The laid-off workers in Michigan, Ohio, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and many other states didn’t want Joe Biden’s hollow words of empathy. They wanted their jobs back.” Biden, the president said, “spent his entire career outsourcing the dreams of American workers.”
- The second line of attack is about order and public safety. Trump noted that, during their convention, Biden and his fellow Democrats stayed silent about the riots and violence that have plagued some of the nation’s major cities. The president said the unity platform Biden signed with Sen. Bernie Sanders — Trump likes to call it the “manifesto” — would result in freed criminals flooding into American neighborhoods. “Make no mistake, if you give power to Joe Biden, the radical left will defund police departments all across America,” Trump said. “They will pass federal legislation to reduce law enforcement nationwide. They will make every city look like Democrat-run Portland, Oregon. No one will be safe in Biden’s America.”
- The third line of attack is about Biden’s nearly half-a-century in Washington. Three times in his speech, Trump spoke the words “47 years” — as in the 47 years that Biden spent in the federal government in Washington. (Actually, it is 44 years; Biden took office in the Senate in 1973 and left the vice presidency in 2017 and has been in private life since then.) In any event, Trump took repeated aim at Biden’s long, long time in the nation’s capital.
- “We have spent the last four years reversing the damage Joe Biden inflicted over the last 47 years,” Trump said when discussing his work to rebuild the military. On another occasion and on another topic, he said, “I have done more in three years for the black community than Joe Biden has done in 47 years.” And on yet another occasion he made the reference to Biden’s 47 years of taking the donations of blue collar workers quoted above. The message was clear: Joe Biden has been around too long.
- Trump is clearly feeling more optimistic lately. In yesterday’s newsletter, he told me that back in February, he thought victory was assured, only to run into the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic plunge. For much of the summer, Biden has held a big lead in the polls, both nationally and in some key swing states. But now Trump appears to be getting his feet back under him. At the convention, he seemed confident that he has finally found the way to win against Biden in such a troubled year.
- A federal appeals court ruled that foreign detainees at Guantanamo Bay do not have the right to make due process claims in court.
- The decision from the three-judge panel on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Due Process Clause of the Constitution does not apply to those held at the military base.
- Judge Neomi Rao, who was appointed to the court by President Trump, wrote in the decision that “the Due Process Clause may not be invoked by aliens without property or presence in the sovereign territory of the United States.”
Why it matters: For more than a decade, the detention of foreign combatants held at GITMO has been litigated by attorneys sympathetic to them. The argument has been made that foreign combatants were being detained without constitutionally guaranteed due process.Today’s ruling correctly notes that constitutionally guaranteed freedoms do not apply to non-U.S. citizens. The ruling allows foreign combatants to be detained indefinitely.
Justice K confirmation
Goodbye, Mr. Rosenstein [payment in full]
“Flake’s decision came after he spoke to senators of both parties and withstood pressure from some Republicans not to take such a step. As he considered his course of action, Flake also had a conversation with Deputy Attorney General [Rod Rosenstein], who is in charge of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.”
The crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.
The act of subverting : the state of being subverted; especially : a systematic attempt to overthrow or undermine a government or political system by persons working secretly from within?
Think line of questions re: Sen. Graham > Justice K re: ‘Enemy Combatants’.
Operators standing by.