[DS] Cornered, This Why The [DS] Will Be Exposed – Episode 1881

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[DS] Cornered, This Why The [DS] Will Be Exposed
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Nigel Farage is getting ready to shake politics in the UK. He promises to sweep away parties that have dominated UK politics for over 100 years. The [CB] economy is declining rapidly, the housing market is declining, Trump will put pressure on the Fed to cut rates and start stimulus. GDP was revised by for the first quarter of 2019, but it is still above expectations. The MSM takes a swipe at the economy, big fail. Powell is now mimicking Bernanke, is this part of the plan? Mueller entire investigation has come to an end. The [DS] tried to use the Mueller press conference to push impeachment but it will not work because their is not evidence. Trump making a big announcement on the border issue. JW discovers more information on the [HRC] email scandal. New tech uses AI to detect fake videos, the [DS] plans have just gone down the tubes. The [DS] will be exposed.

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Current News – 05.30.2019

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  • Despite disappointing weakness in new- and existing-home sales in April, pending home sales were expected to maintain their gains, rising 0.5% MoM (after a 3.8% MoM rise in March).
  • However, the analysts were way off, as pending homes sales slipped 1.5% MoM

Only the Midwest managed a rise in sales…

  • Northeast fell 1.8%; March fell 1.7%
  • Midwest up 1.3%; March rose 2.6%
  • South fell 2.5%; March rose 4.4%
  • West fell 1.8%; March rose 8.8%

Source: zerohedge.com

  • After Wall Street was stunned when the BEA reported a far stronger than expected first reading of Q1 GDP, which soared to 3.2%, smashing earlier expectations that it would print around 1%, moments ago the Dept of Commerce reported the first revision to the first quarter number, which was revised fractionally lower to 3.1%, which however was still just above the consensus estimate of 3.0%, and certainly better than the 2.2% recorded in Q4.

Source: zerohedge.com

Trump says U.S. doing well in trade talks with China

  • President Donald Trump said the United States was doing well in trade talks with China and that Beijing wanted to make a deal with Washington.
  • “China would love to make a deal with us. We had a deal and they broke the deal. I think if they had it to do again they wouldn’t have done what they did,” Trump told
  • Trump said U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods were prompting manufacturers in China to leave the country and locate in other nations.
  • “China is subsidizing products, so the United States taxpayers are paying for very little of it,” Trump said, noting the tariffs had little impact on inflation.
  • “I think we’re doing very well with China.”
  • Trade tensions between Washington and Beijing escalated sharply earlier this month after the Trump administration accused China of having

Source: reuters.com

The Economy Is Booming. So Is Financial Stress.

  • . Now a new study by the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank has dug beneath the national averages to take a close look at family balance sheets. In a paper called “The Unequal Recovery: Measuring Financial Distress by ZIP Code,” researchers cleverly analyzed the big numbers to identify financial distress among households.
  • The authors considered two periods since the end of the financial crisis: 2010-2015 and 2015–2018. The first period, early in the recovery from the wreckage of 2008, was characterized by economic uncertainty and doubt. During the later three years, by contrast, the recovery was becoming so robust that the Fed thought it was prudent to begin raising interest rates.
Source: bloomberg.com

Powell Channels Bernanke: “Subprime Debt Is Contained”

  • Remember, in 2007, Ben Bernanke gave two speeches in which he made a critical assessment of the “sub-prime” mortgage market.

“At this juncture, however, the impact on the broader economy and financial markets of the problems in the sub-prime market seems likely to be contained.” – Ben Bernanke, March 2008

“Given the fundamental factors in place that should support the demand for housing, we believe the effect of the troubles in the sub-prime sector on the broader housing market will likely be limited.” – Ben Bernanke, May 2007

  • It was interesting to see Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, during an address to the Fernandina Beach banking conference, channel Ben Bernanke during his speech on corporate “sub-prime” debt (aka leverage loans.)

“Many commentators have observed with a sense of déjà vu the buildup of risky business debt over the past few years. The acronyms have changed a bit—”CLOs” (collateralized loan obligations) instead of “CDOs” (collateralized debt obligations), for example—but once again, we see a category of debt that is growing faster than the income of the borrowers even as lenders loosen underwriting standards.Likewise, much of the borrowing is financed opaquely, outside the banking system. Many are asking whether these developments pose a new threat to financial stability.

In public discussion of this issue, views seem to range from “This is a rerun of the subprime mortgage crisis” to “Nothing to worry about here.” At the moment, the truth is likely somewhere in the middle. To preview my conclusions, as of now, business debt does not present the kind of elevated risks to the stability of the financial system that would lead to broad harm to households and businesses should conditions deteriorate.” – Jerome Powell, May 2019

  • In other words, corporate debt is “contained.”
  • The reality is that the corporate debt issue is likely not contained.

“Currently, the same explosion in low-quality debt is happening in another corner of the US debt market as well. In just the last 10 years, the triple-B bond market has exploded from $686 billion to $2.5 trillion—an all-time high.

To put that in perspective, 50% of the investment-grade bond market now sits on the lowest rung of the quality ladder. And there’s a reason BBB-rated debt is so plentiful. Ultra-low interest rates have seduced companies to pile into the bond market and corporate debt has surged to heights not seen since the global financial crisis.”

Source: zerohedge.com


Mueller Slipped Up: His Wednesday Statement Exposed the Lies He Told Attorney General Bill Barr in March

  • During his statement Mueller said he based his decision on the fact that via the Office of legal Counsel” a President cannot be charged with a federal crime while he is in office. That is unconstitutional.”
  • But this was a lie.
    Author and legal expert Gregg Jarrett later revealed that this is the exact opposite of what Mueller told Attorney General Bill Barr back in March.
  • According to reports Mueller told the Attorney General that the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) opinion played no role in the special counsel’s decision-making or lack thereof.
  • Via FOX News:

In his final act before resigning his position, Mueller told the gathered media on Wednesday that his non-decision decision on whether the president obstructed justice was “informed” by a long-standing opinion by the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) at the Justice Department that a sitting president cannot be charged with a crime. But according to William Barr, that’s not what Mueller told the attorney general and others during a meeting on March 5, 2017. Here’s what Barr told Senators during his May 1st testimony:

We were frankly surprised that they were not going to reach a decision on obstruction and we asked them a lot about the reasoning behind this. Mueller stated three times to us in that meeting, in response to our questioning, that he emphatically was not saying that but for the OLC opinion he would have found obstruction.”

Barr said there were others in the meeting who heard Mueller say the same thing – that the OLC opinion played no role in the special counsel’s decision-making or lack thereof. The attorney general repeated this in his news conference the day Mueller’s report was released to the public:

We specifically asked him about the OLC opinion and whether or not he was taking a position that he would have found a crime but for the existence of the OLC opinion. And he made it very clear several times that was not his position.”

Yet, on Wednesday Mueller was telling a different tale. He seemed to argue that he could not have accused the president of obstruction because he was handcuffed by the OLC opinion. Why, then, did Mueller allegedly inform Barr that a special counsel can abandon the opinion if the facts merit it?

  • Mueller either lied to the American public today or he lied to Attorney General Robert Mueller.

Source: thegatewaypundit.com

  • Let’s start with the Mueller team’s unique take on the nature of a prosecutor’s job. The standard American view of justice, affirmed and enforced by the U.S. Constitution, is that all are presumed innocent absent conviction by a jury of a specific charge of criminal wrongdoing. That is, the natural legal state of an individual in this country is innocence. It is not a state or a nature bestowed by cops or attorneys. Innocence is not granted by unelected bureaucrats or federal prosecutors.
  • At one point in his remarks, Mueller seemed to agree. Referring to indictments against various Russian individuals and institutions for allegedly hacking American servers during the 2016 election, Mueller said that the indictments “contain allegations and we are not commenting on the guilt or innocence of any specific defendant.”
  • “Every defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.”
  • Had he stopped there, he would have been correct. But then he crafted a brand new standard.
  • “The order appointing the special counsel authorized us to investigate actions that could obstruct the investigation. We conducted that investigation and kept the office of the acting attorney general apprised of our work,” Mueller said. “After that investigation, if we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.”
  • According to Mueller and his team, charged Russians are presumed innocent. An American president, however, is presumed guilty unless and until Mueller’s team determines he is innocent. Such a standard is an obscene abomination against the rule of law, one that would never be committed by independent attorneys who place a fidelity to their oaths and impartial enforcement of the law ahead of their political motivations.
  • The contradictions and double standards didn’t stop there, though.
  • “It would be unfair to potentially accuse somebody of a crime when there can be no court resolution of the actual charge,” Mueller said, after all but stating that Trump committed a crime for which Mueller never charged him. Just as Mueller’s own words and actions at the Wednesday press conference prove that he didn’t want his team’s report to speak for itself, the report itself proves that Mueller and his team don’t believe it’s unfair to accuse somebody of something a court cannot resolve.
  • “The prosecutor in a criminal case shall … refrain from making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused,” states Rule 3.8(f) of the American Bar Association’s rules of professional conduct.
  • Mueller’s performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn’t an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus. Mueller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes he charged against Republicans. Paul Manafort was charged with unregistered lobbying for foreign governments, while Mueller left alone long-time Democrat donor Tony Podesta and former Obama White House Counsel Greg Craig.
  • George Papadopoulos and Michael Flynn were charged with making false statements to federal investigators, while Clinton campaign cronies Glenn Simpson and Christopher Steele’s false statements to Congress and the FBI were ignored. Trump’s nonexistent Russian connections were plumbed while a dubious Clinton campaign-funded dossier sourced directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial roadmap rather than rock-solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin.

Source: thefederalist.com


Trump tweeted out the following


Rep Doug collins chimed in on all of this and tweeted out the following


Those who have the most to lose,commited a crime are now pushing impeachment, remember they need facts, propaganda, news articles from the MSM will not work,

Former CIA Director John Brennan Gives Marching Orders to Democrats: “There Needs to Be Follow Up Action” on Mueller Report (VIDEO)

  • John Brennan gave his marching orders to Democrats

John Brennan: “The public statement today is going to give momentum to those who want to move forward with impeachment hearings. I think there can be no doubt about Mr. Mueller’s message that the obstruction of justice issue is not resolved and that there needs to be a follow up action on it.”

  • John Brennan seems a bit worried these days as he should be

Source: thegatewaypundit.com

  • Clinton spoke after Special Counsel Robert Mueller issued his statement on his report detailing the findings on the Russia investigation.Just today before this graduation ceremony started, we heard from the special counsel, Robert Mueller, who said there were multiple systemic efforts to interfere in our election,” she said.
    “And that allegation deserves the attention of every American, but what we’ve seen from the administration is the complete refusal to condemn a foreign power who attacked our democracy or to take even the most basic steps to protect our voting systems for the future despite the fact that all of the professionals who studied this say more attacks are coming,” Clinton said.“And it’s so clear that there is a real challenge to get to the root of that problem. In fact, it seems clear. It seems absolutely clear that we’ve got to deal with what has been investigated and reported. Now when I think about the future, I think about what do we do when people in positions of authority are not held accountable, when they defy requests from the Congress, when they spread misinformation online,” she said.Clinton told graduates that she decided to bring up the issue, because “the future of this democracy truly does depend on you, and I know that’s asking a lot, and it can be tempting to read the news and throw your hands up and conclude nothing matters, nothing will change, so why even bother, but it does really, really matter, and this is no time for apathy.”“Instead, it should be a time for action,” she said, “because the question for each of us to answer, especially for you graduates is will the symbol of this troubled age be the cynic’s shrug, or will it be the raised hand of the volunteer, the activist’s rolled up sleeves, the linked arms and marching feet of people who demand justice and democracy.”

Source: cnsnews.com

Judicial Watch: Former Asst. Sec. of State for Diplomatic Security Testifies Under Oath that He Warned Hillary Clinton Twice About Unsecure BlackBerrys and Personal Emails

  • Judicial Watch today released the deposition transcript of Eric Boswell, the former Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, in which he reveals that Hillary Clinton was warned twice against using unsecure BlackBerrys and personal emails to transmit classified material. A full transcript of the deposition is available here.
  • Boswell, who was responsible for securing classified and national security information, stated that Clinton and her staff were “wedded to their BlackBerrys.” Additionally, he stated that he and other former State Department employees “were surprised” that Clinton used clintonemail.com to conduct official government business.
  • In his deposition, Ambassador Boswell stated:
  • Hillary Clinton and other Senior State Department officials were warned in 2009 that “any unclassified Blackberry is highly vulnerable in any setting to remotely and covertly monitoring conversations, retrieving emails and exploiting calendars.”
  • Clinton was warned again in 2011 that “We also urge Department users to minimize the use of personal web email for business, as some compromised home systems have been reconfigured by these actors to automatically forward copies of all composed emails to an undisclosed recipient.”
  • Clinton assured him that she “gets it” when he informed her about dangers of Blackberries.
  • Clinton and her staff were “wedded to their blackberries” and wanted to continue using them in secure areas even after warning because it was a “convenience issue” to them.
  • Boswell was deposed as part of the discovery granted to Judicial Watch by U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth in response to its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unsecured, non-government email system (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:14-cv-01242)).
  • Judicial Watch was granted both depositions and written questions under oath of former Clinton aides, State Department officials, and others:
  • Justin Cooper, a former aide to Bill Clinton who reportedly had no security clearance and is believed to have played a key role in setting up Hillary Clinton’s non-government email system;
  • John Hackett, a State Department records official “immediately responsible for responding to requests for records under the Freedom of Information Act;”
  • Jacob “Jake” Sullivan, Hillary Clinton’s former senior advisor and deputy chief of staff;
  • Sheryl Walter, former State Department Director of the Office of Information Programs and Services/Global Information Services;
  • Gene Smilansky, a State Department lawyer;
  • Monica Tillery, a State Department official;
  • Jonathon Wasser, who was a management analyst on the Executive Secretariat staff. Wasser worked for Deputy Director Clarence Finney and was the State Department employee who actually conducted the searches for records in response to FOIA requests to the Office of the Secretary
  • Clarence Finney, the deputy director of the Executive Secretariat staff who was the principal advisor and records management expert in the Office of the Secretary responsible for control of all correspondence and records for Hillary Clinton and other State Department officials;
  • Heather Samuelson, the former State Department senior advisor who helped facilitate the State Department’s receipt and release of Hillary Clinton’s emails;
  • Monica Hanley, Hillary Clinton’s former confidential assistant at the State Department;
  • Lauren Jiloty, Clinton’s former special assistant;
  • E.W. Priestap, is serving as assistant director of the FBI’s counterintelligence division and helped oversee both the Clinton email and the 2016 presidential campaign investigations. Priestap testified in a separate lawsuit that Clinton was the subject of a grand jury investigation related to her BlackBerry email accounts;
  • Susan Rice, President Obama’s former UN ambassador who appeared on Sunday television news shows following the Benghazi attacks, blaming a “hateful video.” Rice was also Obama’s national security advisor involved in the “unmasking” the identities of senior Trump officials caught up in the surveillance of foreign targets;
  • Ben Rhodes, an Obama-era White House deputy strategic communications adviser who attempted to orchestrate a campaign to “reinforce” Obama and to portray the Benghazi consulate terrorist attack as being “rooted in an Internet video, and not a failure of policy;”
  •  Heather Samuelson, the former State Department senior advisor who helped facilitate the State Department’s receipt and release of Hillary Clinton’s emails;
  • “Thanks to our court-ordered discovery, we now have confirmation that Hillary Clinton was warned by the top security official in the State Department that unsecure Blackberry and email use was a security risk, yet Hillary Clinton ignored these warnings,” said Tom Fitton.

Source: judicialwatch.org

Trump is announcing big plans at the border take a listen

REPORT: Trump Considering Banning Asylum for Central Americans

  • In the midst of the illegal alien crisis at the southern border, President Donald J. Trump is reportedly weighing a plan to end asylum for Central Americans.
  • “A draft proposal circulating among Trump’s Homeland Security advisers would prohibit migrants from seeking asylum if they have resided in a country other than their own before coming to the U.S., according to a DHS official and an outside advocate familiar with the plan,” said 

Source: bigleaguepolitics.com

Geopolitical/Police State

Trump Responds To Claims The White House Ordered USS John McCain ‘Out Of Sight’ During Japan Visit

  • President Donald Trump fired back Wednesday after reports circulated that the White House had ordered the USS John McCain to remain ‘out of sight’ during his visit to Japan. Trump tweeted out the following


  • But several sources, including the official account for the Office of Navy Information, claimed that the photo of the USS John McCain covered with a tarp was actually taken the day before Trump arrived and had been removed by the time he arrived.
  • In summary, Caleb Hull tweeted, “

Source: dailycaller.com


A Cure for Deep Fakes? AI-Driven Imaging System Protects Authenticity

  • Q has let us know that the MSM, the politicians are going to says that videos are a fake, they have been projecting this in the MSM, but
  •  researchers are turning to artificial intelligence to thwart artificial intelligence by using digital watermarks to verify authenticity.  It’s important to note that they do not address audio production, only image and video. Audio is being worked on, I do believe they have the technology already they are just not letting the public know about it.
  • To thwart sophisticated methods of altering photos and video, researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have demonstrated an experimental technique to authenticate images throughout the entire pipeline, from acquisition to delivery, using artificial intelligence (AI).
  • In tests, this prototype imaging pipeline increased the chances of detecting manipulation from approximately 45 percent to over 90 percent without sacrificing image quality.
  • Pawel Korus, a research assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at NYU Tandon, pioneered this approach. It replaces the typical photo development pipeline with a neural network – one form of AI – that introduces carefully crafted artifacts directly into the image at the moment of image acquisition. These artifacts, akin to “digital watermarks,” are extremely sensitive to manipulation.

Source: activistpost.com

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