Military Tribunals, Sealed Docs To Be Unsealed, Moves & Countermoves – Episode 1738

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Europe insists that the BREXIT deal will not be renegotiated, it is either the people take the EU deal or else. Australia is warning of a housing crisis.  World’s largest cleaning service ISS is now laying off 100,000 employees, they number of employees has been declining for years. Trump reports very productive talks with China, big new coming soon. The central bank is trying to control the narrative, you can see via the MSM. The entire economic structure is about to change, prepared and ready for the transition. Broward commissioner on elections will do an audit. Nadler pushes the campaign violation, it was not a violation. Obama was fined for a violation in 2013, Trump’s occurred before he was running. Trump tweets out that Comey knew the dossier was paid for by the D’s.Jim Jordan grills Google. Yellow vests reject Macrons concessions. Q drops more bread, the wall will be build using military funding. The raid on the CF whistleblower was needed, name leaked to unseal docs. Can civilians be on military tribunals, history says yes. The DS is panicking, they cannot impeach the President because the senate will try the impeachment, the target was the Senate.

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Current News – 12.11.2018

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Economy

Europe Insists Brexit Deal Won’t Be Renegotiated As May Hopes To ‘Run Out The Clock’

  • Our best guess: More political theater to show restive MPs that she’s doing ‘everything she can’ to win ‘the best possible deal’.

Source: zerohedge.com

  •  Australia’s household debt to income ratio has ballooned to shocking levels over the past three decades as Sydney is ranked as one of the most overvalued cities in the world, Australia’s regulators have been warned to prepare “contingency plans for a severe collapse in the housing market” that could lead to a “crisis situation” in one or more financial institutions.

  • Australia has transitioned from the lowest household debt-to-income ratio to the highest in the world, in just three decades.

And now Australia’s News.com.au reports that The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) latest in-depth assessment of Australia maintains that while the “current trajectory” of house price declines “would suggest a soft landing… some risk of a hard landing remains.”

  • Wage stagnation and elevated home prices have turned into the perfect storm that will bring forward a housing crisis

Source: zerohedge.com

  •   global cleaning giant Denmark’s ISS A/S, which is also one of the world’s largest private employers,   it announced plans to fire about 100,000 workers as it exits 13 countries that were among its least profitable markets. The mass layoff represents about a fifth of the company’s global workforce,
  • The countries ISS plans to exit are mostly the “poorer” variety, including various emerging markets in Asia and Eastern Europe. At the same time, the company wants to do more business with so-called key (i.e., more profitable) accounts, such as global banks.

 

Source: zerohedge.com

  • The US is likely to feel the effects of sharply slowing economic growth elsewhere in the world, while the effect of US tax cuts and spending hikes diminishes, the chief economist at the International Monetary Fund has said.
  • For the rest of the world there seems to be some air coming out of the balloon. That will come back and also affect the US,” he predicted.
  • Worries about falling growth in Europe and Asia have started to impact the US policy outlook, even as the Federal Reserve, the nation’s central bank, prepares for a likely increase in short-term interest rates later this month.

Source: presstv.ir

Freelancers, Get Ready For The Coming Recession – Forbes

JPMorgan, BofA Detect Hints of a U.S. Recession Looming in 2019 …

There could be an unlikely place to hide out if a recession is coming: Housing – cnbc.com

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Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: a22a92 No.4243710 
The plan to have the FED raise rates [steep incline beginning Mar 2019] in an effort to ‘kill’ the economy prior to 2020 P_elec is known and planned for.
Structure change coming?
Q

Political/Rights

Broward commissioners consider audit of elections office

  • County commissioners and new Supervisor of Elections Peter Antonacci will consider a county-funded assessment of how the office runs.
  • Gov. Rick Scott appointed Antonacci to the position Nov. 30 after Scott suspended Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes for “misfeasance, incompetence and neglect of duty.”
  • The audit would look for places where improvements can be made and determine if the office’s budget is sufficient to get the job done.

Source: sun-sentinel.com

Rep. Nadler Says Trump Hush Money Payments with His Own Money Are “Impeachable Offenses” …But What About the Hush Money Payments from Congress?

  • Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), the incoming chairman of the House Judiciary Committee,  said that President Trump’s hush money payments to two women with his own money are “impeachable offenses.”
  • Meanwhile, Congress paid has paid out $17 million in the past 10 years, public records show, for unwanted sexual advances by unnamed lawmakers.
  • So thebradforfile asks the question

Source:gatewaypundit.com

 

Obama Was Never ‘Squeaky Clean:’ Fined $375,000 for Campaign Finance Violations, One of Largest in History

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  • In 2013, Obama’s 2008 campaign was hit with a $375,000 fine for campaign reporting violations,
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  • The major sticking point for the FEC appeared to be a series of missing 48-hour notices for nearly 1,300 contributions totaling more than $1.8 million — an issue that lawyers familiar with the commission’s work say the FEC takes seriously,”

Source: westernjournal.com

Trump continued with his tweets against James Comey

Jim Jordan Questions Google CEO About Specific Example of Overt Political Bias From Executive…

  •  Google’s Multicultural Marketing development head Eliana Murillo sent out an email November 9ht, 2016, detailing how Google had “supported partners like Voto Latino to pay for rides to the polls in key states,” which she characterized as a “silent donation.”
  • We even helped them create ad campaigns to promote the rides (with support from HOLA folks who rallied and volunteered their time to help),” Murillo said. “We supported Voto Latino to help them land an interview with Sen. Meza of Arizona (key state for us) to talk about the election and how to use Google search to find information about how to vote. They were a strong partner, among many in this effort.”
  • Jim Jordan questions Google CEO Sundar Pichai about their specific political bias.

 


Geopolitical/Police State

Macron’s Concessions Rejected, French Opposition Calls For ‘Citizen’s Revolution’ To Continue

  • “We expect a real redistribution of wealth,” Benoît Hamon, a former presidential candidate , accusing Macron’s package of measures that benefit the rich.
  • The Socialist Party’s first secretary, Olivier Faure, also slammed Macron’s financial concessions to struggling workers, noting that his general “course has not changed.”

Source: newspunch.com


Q

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Q Proof
>>4249648
+17 min delta between Tweets (cherry on top).
Q
https://twitter.com/cain_nate/status/1072221511443013633📁
Sometimes ‘intrusions’ have a way of safeguarding people & evidence.
Sometimes ‘intrusions’ are a necessary event in order to safeguard chain of custody [post OIG WB status + doc handover protocols].
Active criminal investigations of this magnitude must be handled w/ extreme care.
The moment your name went ‘live’ there was no other choice.
Keep the faith, Patriot.
You are never alone.
Q

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Here is the link to the tweet, but let me read what trump said from the beginning to make more sense of this tweet.

 

Despite the large Caravans that WERE forming and heading to our Country, people have not been able to get through our newly built Walls, makeshift Walls & Fences, or Border Patrol Officers & Military. They are now staying in Mexico or going back to their original countries…….

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 11, 2018

…..Ice, Border Patrol and our Military have done a FANTASTIC job of securing our Southern Border. A Great Wall would be, however, a far easier & less expensive solution. We have already built large new sections & fully renovated others, making them like new. The Democrats,…..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 11, 2018

Trump threatens to have military build border wall if Pelosi, Schumer won’t budge

 

Anonymous
>>4256557

 

Many worldwide oppose more migration – both into and out of their countries

As the number of international migrants reaches new highs, people around the world show little appetite for more migration – both into and out of their countries, according to a Pew Research Center survey of 27 nations conducted in the spring of 2018.

Across the countries surveyed, a median of 45% say fewer or no immigrants should be allowed to move to their country, while 36% say they want about the same number of immigrants. Just 14% say their countries should allow more immigrants.

In Europe, majorities in Greece (82%), Hungary (72%), Italy (71%) and Germany (58%) say fewer immigrants or no immigrants at all should be allowed to move to their countries.

People in other countries around the world hold views similar to those in Europe. Large majorities in Israel (73%), Russia (67%), South Africa (65%) and Argentina (61%) say their countries should let in fewer immigrants.

 Source: pewresearch.org

https://twitter.com/cain_nate/status/1072221511443013633📁
Sometimes ‘intrusions’ have a way of safeguarding people & evidence.
Sometimes ‘intrusions’ are a necessary event in order to safeguard chain of custody [post OIG WB status + doc handover protocols].
Active criminal investigations of this magnitude must be handled w/ extreme care.
The moment your name went ‘live’ there was no other choice.
Keep the faith, Patriot.
You are never alone.
Q
>>4250950
https://www.scribd.com/document/395382132/U-S-Attorney-Motion-Opposing-DCNF-Request-to-Unseal-FBI-Raid-Documents-December-7-20128📁
Read carefully.
Why is the ‘CLINTON FOUNDATION’ back in the news?
NAMES OF WHISTLEBLOWERS BEING LEAKED OR PUT OUT FOR STRATEGIC REASONS? YES Leaked because of the Raid
NORMALLY, A WHISTLEBLOWER IS PROTECTED AND SHIELDED FROM ALL NON ESSENTIALS (CLAS). YES, but not this time
How do you protect a valuable witness (whistleblower)? Transparency
How do you protect the chain of custody of evidence? Unseal it
Name IDEN Public > FBI ‘intrusion’ > Lawsuit > Response to Lawsuit > Public Reveal (otherwise sealed?)
Moves & Countermoves.
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U.S. Attorney Motion Opposing DCNF Request to Unseal FBI Raid Documents, December 7, 20128

The Daily Caller filed a lawsuit to unseal the documents the FBI took during the raid of the Clinton Foundation whistleblower. Clinton foundation in the news because Huber is going to testify this Thursday, the name of the whistleblower was leaked intentionally by the Deep State which prompted the FBI to raid. The lawsuit is a move to have the docs unsealed, normally they would have remained sealed. moves and countermoves.
Anonymous

Wow what a show!

President Trump on Tuesday engaged in an extraordinary argument with Democratic congressional leaders over his demand for border-wall funding, threatening a government shutdown if he does not get the money.

“I will be the one to shut it down,” he told House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) at the White House.

During the contentious meeting in the Oval Office, Pelosi (D-Calif.) repeatedly asked Trump not to discuss the funding request in front of the news media.

“You will not win,” Pelosi told Trump.

The meeting was scheduled to be closed to the press but the White House unexpectedly opened it to reporters just as Pelosi and Schumer were arriving at the White House.

The exchanged heightened the sense of drama surrounding government-funding stalemate between Trump and Democrats.

https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/420782-trump-democrats-battle-over-wall-in-oval-office-spat📁

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>>4257129
“You will not win?” – Pelosi
You didn’t think the largest MIL spending bill in history (FY 2019) wasn’t going to [indirectly] include funding for the wall did you?
Learn the Constitution re: vested powers of POTUS re: matters of NAT SEC.
This was planned and forecasted as the ‘border funding’ solution from the beginning.
https://twitter.com/inthematrixxx/status/977540875323691011?lang=en📁
Anons had the proof long ago but shining a light back then would have defeated the primary purpose of showing the ‘public’ the real objective of D’s (party of open borders/elim of ICE/elim of security/defend illegals over Americans _Midterm_elec).
These people are stupid.
Q

Anons knew that the military would build the wall, The deep state pushed,  Soros’  pushed and sent up the caravan,  POTUS then   declared national emergency. Boom military can build the wall.

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Civilians Could Serve on Military Tribunals

  • Pentagon lawyers designing historic military tribunals to try terrorists are poring over history books and legal tomes for guidance.
  • While U.S. law permits the executive branch to design the commissions with few restrictions, even with little regard to precedent, officials drafting the rules are reportedly keeping history in mind.
  • America has a long tradition of using military tribunals to try foreign combatants and even terrorists, reaching as far back as the American Revolution. Most recently, military commissions were used extensively by the United States during and after World War II.
  • In 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt used tribunals to try eight Nazi saboteurs who landed on the East Coast apparently to harm wartime industrial production. Hundreds of German and Japanese prisoners were tried at military tribunals — including after the fall of Nazi Germany.
  • White House officials say the administration is carefully studying the rules and procedures used at the Nuremberg trials, which resulted in the indictment of scores of Nazi officials and organizations charged with abetting the Nazi effort. The Nuremberg trials were distinct from military tribunals established in the United States in that they used high-ranking civilians as judges.
  • Some experts say placing respected civilians on the Bush terror tribunals, such as retired U.S. generals, or former secretaries of defense or attorneys general, would go a long way toward shoring up international support for such commissions. “The more that can be done to make this process appear like a regularly constituted court the greater it will be received in the global community,” said Sean Murphy, a professor at George Washington University Law School.

 

Hannity: I don’t trust Putin – I think he’s a thug, I think he sent his thugs here. We had an FBI spy in his network. He’s tried to get a foothold in our uranium industry; bribery, kickbacks, money laundering. We all knew about it, but they still signed off on that deal and Hillary benefitted through the foundation. She paid for a Russian dossier full of lies. Absolute lies that were disseminated to the American People. Where’s that investigation Senator?

Graham: Well we should have had a special counsel appointed a long time ago to look at all things Clinton. So here’s what I will do if I’m the chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the Senate next year; I’m gonna look at the FISA warrant application. How much of it was based on the dossier? Was there any information beyond the dossier offered to get the warrant? And if the dossier was unverified – how could you swear to the court that it’s accurate? Somebody misled the court. 

Source: zerohedge.com

Remember the oped in the NY Times

  • A bipartisan group of nearly four dozen former senators warned current and future members of the Senate on Monday that the United States is “entering a dangerous period,” and urged them to defend America’s democracy by serving national interests rather than political ideologies.
  • “We are on the eve of the conclusion of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation and the House’s commencement of investigations of the president and his administration,” the 44 ex-lawmakers wrote inan op-ed published by The Washington Post. “The likely convergence of these two events will occur at a time when simmering regional conflicts and global power confrontations continue to threaten our security, economy and geopolitical stability.”
  • The senators continued: “It is a time, like other critical junctures in our history, when our nation must engage at every level with strategic precision and the hand of both the president and the Senate. We are at an inflection point in which the foundational principles of our democracy and our
  • Though the op-ed did not refer to President Donald Trump by name, its ominous tone and solemn appeals were reminiscent of another opinion piece that recently riled up Washington — the anonymous letter published by The New York Times in September alleging that a “quiet resistance” within Trump’s executive branch had banded together to “frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.”
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https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/mark-levin-a-time-for-truth📁
Re: #5 Impeachment
Impeachment requires 2/3rd vote by the Senate.
https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/briefing/Senate_Impeachment_Role.htm📁
What are the odds of that?
YOU ARE WATCHING FAKE NEWS FAKE POLITICIANS FAKE HOLLYWOOD ALL PLAY TO THEIR ‘DESTROY AMERICA’ BASE.
#FactsMatter
Q

Mark Levin: A time for truth

  • 1. A sitting president CANNOT be indicted. That’s official DOJ policy since 1973. Neither the Special Counsel nor the Southern District of New York (SDNY) nor Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein can defy that 45-year-old policy.
  • 2. SDNY is NOT expert in campaign finance violations and neither is the Clinton appointed district judge. They rarely handle campaign finance cases. The left-wing media and politicians are regurgitating what the prosecutors have merely filed in their own self-serving brief. The media and others intentionally refuse to look at the actual rules and context. They refuse to even question what these prosecutors have thrown together.
  • 3. The actual campaign rules and context do NOT include Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) or infinite other contracts, payments, arrangements, acts of a private nature, etc. as campaign contributions. This is normal human behavior and was never intended to be regulated or reported. SDNY is dead wrong. And these private payments can be made in any manner or any amount. Again, they’re private payments involving private matters. To underscore, there’s no reporting requirement because they’re not campaign payments made with or without campaign funds.
  • 5. As for impeachment, NDAs involving wholly private matters occurring before the president was even a candidate and completely unrelated to his office cannot legitimately trigger the Constitution’s impeachment clause. Indeed, they could not be more irrelevant. The history of the clause and its “high crimes and misdemeanors” language make it crystal clear that the office and the president’s duties are not affected in any conceivable way by these earlier private contracts.

Source: foxnews.com

  • The United States Constitution provides that the House of Representatives “shall have the sole Power of Impeachment” (Article I, section 2) and that “the Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments …. [but] no person shall be convicted without the Concurrence of two-thirds of the Members present” (Article I, section 3). The president, vice president, and all civil officers of the United States are subject to impeachment.
  • The concept of impeachment originated in England and was adopted by many of the American colonial governments and state constitutions. At the Constitutional Convention in 1787, the framers considered several possibilities before deciding that the Senate should try impeachments.

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