EU is now trying to push back the BREXIT until 2020, this is exactly what thought they were going to do. The US is preparing for a hard brexit, which means a no deal BREXIT. The minimum wage increase did not solve problems, it made the problems worse, we need to go to the source of the problem the [CB]. The Fed is in trouble, the [CB]s are in trouble, the plan is moving forward. The ECB cannot do anything without the Fed, they are now going to hold rates steady. Assange is being spied on in the Ecuadorian Embassy. NYT is no projecting trying to get ahead the spying, declass and the OIG report. Collins releases Bakers testimony. Barr putting together a team to investigate, Barr admits that Trump was spied on. MSM trying to say that Obama’s separation of children is different than Trumps. Q is back and says the following PANIC.
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- European Union leaders are likely to offer Britain a long extension to the U.K.’s exit from the bloc, possibly delaying its split into 2020, though they could demand guarantees that Britain refrain from disrupting the EU’s agenda while it remains a member, European diplomats said.
- U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the Trump administration is preparing for the possibility of a “hard Brexit”.
- “I think at this point we need to be prepared for a hard Brexit as a very realistic outcome,” Mnuchin said at a hearing of the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services.
- In what has become just one more example of government intervention going the exact opposite of what socialists intend, minimum wage laws are driving a “payroll tsunami.”
- Small businesses are being forced to lay off workers in order to comply with a law demanding an increase in wages.
- several mom-and-pop coffee shops and restaurants, are responding by cutting hours, eliminating jobs or closing down entirely because they can’t keep up with rising wages under the law.
- Similar effects were seen after employers were dictated to comply with the Obamacare law. Instead of giving full-time employees health insurance paid for by the company, many workers were simply cut to part-time.
- Government intervention in the market has proven disastrous in just the past several years, and yet people still believe there isn’t enough totalitarianism.
- California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York all have approved a $15 minimum wage, as has the District of Columbia. Phoenix, Arizona employees are on track for the hourly pay bump on May 1, along with the job losses that will come with it. In all, there are 20 states that have or will move toward a $15 wage.
- It seems like no matter how much evidence is out there that increased totalitarianism doesn’t help in the labor market, the masses cannot possibly be bothered to do anything else but beg the government to write laws for their own salvation. We live in a nation full of bleating sheep.
- As expected, unlike the March ECB decision, today there were no surprise, with the central bank announcing no changes to its three rates, and said that it sees rates at present levels “at least through the end of 2019”, in line with last month’s announcement, while expecting to reinvest debt for an extended time after the first rate hike. In other words, absolutely no changes.
- There is a problem with the Federal Reserve system for managing interest rates. It is attracting new bank entrants, but the Federal Reserve does not want their business. To “fix” the problem, it has proposed rule changes that govern the way it pays banks interest on reserves. The plan would allow it to pay different banks different rates on reserves, including a rate of 0 percent. The Federal Reserve would choose which banks qualify for a high rate, which quality for a low rate, and which will earn nothing.
- These changes would give the Federal Reserve a new dangerous power to use interest on reserves to choose winners and losers, including blocking new bank entrants it deems “problematic.” In 2006, when Congress gave the Federal Reserve authority to pay banks interest on reserves, it never imagined the Federal Reserve would use that authority to pay favored banks higher interest rates on their reserves. Congress needs to revisit the Financial Services Regulatory Relief Act to limit central bank authority and require the Federal Reserve to treat all legally chartered banks equally.
- Lets go back to the 2008 financial crisis
- All of the combined efforts by the United States government and the Federal Reserve with regards to the financial crisis of 2008, were funded with dollars that were created by the Federal Reserve. And the dollars were made available in the form of credit. The credit was extended to the U. S. government and to various financial institutions.
- By their actions, the Fed has eliminated any doubt that they are the “lender of last resort”, in this country, and probably the world. But, a guarantee is only as good as the guarantor. Who stands behind the Federal Reserve?
- What happens when it all comes undone? If we suddenly found ourselves in the middle of another financial meltdown, will there be somebody, or some institution that can re-guarantee all of the worthless debt that currently floods the world?
- Any credibility for the Fed is dependent on their avoidance of a recurrence of 2008. But, unfortunately, it is not up to them, nor is avoidance dependent on their efforts. Another credit collapse is inevitable.
- But even a lender of last resort has limits to the impact of its activities and functions. The Federal Reserve is approaching those limits. And there isn’t anything they can do about it.
- Spanish police are now investigating an espionage operation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, made possible by the Ecuadorian government that had given him asylum.
- At a press conference on Wednesday morning, WikiLeaks’ current editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson announced that there was a $3 million extortion attempt against the publisher.
- A group in Spain had obtained a trove of photos, videos, and even legal notes from the surveillance cameras that the Ecuadorian embassy is crawling with. Hrafnsson explained that the group was demanding they pay up, or else they would start shopping the spy material to media outlets. He also showed the media examples of the invasive materials.
- The theft of the materials would not have been possible if the Ecuadorian government was not aiding the spying and persecution of their citizen and refugee.
- Something is coming… something big, huge, we all know what it is. How can we tell? Well, whenever a bombshell is about to drop on the corrupt Intelligence Community, the New York Times does a quick narrative dump to get out ahead of the story.
- All the way down, buried deep, in a NYT story about Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s FISA investigation and AG Barr’s review of DOJ and FBI activity… they drop the following two paragraphs (emphasis mine):
[…] The inspector general is also scrutinizing another early source of information for the Russia investigation, the people said: Mr. Horowitz’s investigators have been asking questions about the role of Stefan A. Halper, another F.B.I. informant, and his prior work for the bureau.
Agents involved in the Russia investigation asked Mr. Halper, an American academic who teaches in Britain, to gather information on Mr. Page and George Papadopoulos, another former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser. (read more)
- Oh? NYT now saying FBI agents asked help from intelligence asset Stefan Halper to go gather information on Carter Page and George Papadopoulos?
- Six months ago the New York Times was calling people ‘conspiracy theorists’ for pointing out how the CIA and FBI were using overseas intelligence officials to run up against the Trump campaign. Now they just drop it in their column as ‘meh‘, all casual like…. running spies into political campaigns, well, it happens all the time… or something. Obviously they are shaping and dumping their narratives and quietly trying walking away.
- Representative Doug Collins has released the transcript from former FBI chief legal counsel James Baker during his first day of testimony to congress on October 3rd, 2018. (full pdf below)
- Baker was part of the FBI small group who claimed to be somewhat skeptical of the manner in which the FBI investigation was taking place. James Baker told Congress during his testimony the investigation was “highly unusual.”
The proverbial sh*t’s gonna hit the fan next month, when Sen. Graham formally launches his investigation of the FBI investigations and IG Horowitz releases his long-awaited report on FISA surveillance abuses #SpyGate
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) April 10, 2019
Out of thegatewaypundit
- Newly released FBI court docs confirm James Comey was indeed a witness in the Mueller investigation and his Trump memos were of interest in the special counsel probe.
- “The FBI and the Special Counsel’s office have determined that disclosure of the Comey Memos … could reasonably be expected to adversely affect the pending Russia investigation. The Comey Memos are his contemporaneous notes about incidents that are of interest in that investigation …”
- According to the court filing released that were released, Comey’s memos contained classified information (contrary to Comey’s claims), including the name [redacted] of the confidential source the FBI used against Trump.
- The documents also suggest then-FBI Director James Comey began his coup against President Trump because he didn’t like his foreign-policy decisionmaking.
- A couple weeks ago, US District Judge James Boasberg in Washington ordered the FBI to turn over Comey’s ‘Trump memos’ — both clean and redacted versions by April 1st as he weighed releasing them to the public.
- The FBI previously pushed back on March 1st and wrote to Judge Boasberg, an Obama appointee, saying that the memos were still redacted and classified and should remain under seal to avoid interfering with Mueller’s inquisition — Mueller’s witch hunt ended a few weeks ago so the judge asked the FBI to file an opinion about the release of Comey’s memos.
- blocks removed, everything is fair game
So lets go back in time
- Then-FBI Director James Comey personally signed off on THREE FISA applications to spy on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page — one of the FISA warrants Comey signed off on was after he met with President-elect Trump on January 6th, 2017 (at Trump Tower), with the intent of putting the incoming administration under a cloud of suspicion with an investigation and criminal leaks to the media.
- President Trump fired Comey as FBI Director on May 9th, 2017 and Comey immediately went into overdrive to launch a special counsel probe into the president as revenge.
- Comey admitted during a Congressional hearing that he gave portions of his memos to a friend to leak to the New York Times in order to prompt a special counsel investigation into President Trump for obstruction of justice.
- Attorney General William Barr was questioned today by republican lawmaker Robert Aderholt about potentially fraudulent DOJ and FBI submissions to the FISA court – to gain a Title-One surveillance warrant against U.S. Person Carter Page.
- In a deliberate response AG Barr stated: “The Office of the Inspector General has a pending investigation of the FISA process in the Russia investigation. I expect that will be complete in probably May or June, I am told. More generally, I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016..
- The response would indicate AG Barr is taking personal interest in the events behind the July 31st, 2016, origination of the Crossfire Hurricane counterintelligence operation. Additionally, this approach indicates AG Barr’s review is going much further than Inspector General Horowitz; taking the review all the way to the origin of the intelligence community operation.
Attorney General William Barr has assembled a team to review controversial counterintelligence decisions made by Justice Department and FBI officials, including actions taken during the probe of the Trump campaign in the summer of 2016, according to a person familiar with the matter.
- During Bill Barrs second day of testimony on the Hill, he was asked about spying on the President, take a listen to his response
We are now witnessing the shadow investigation coming into the light
- The President unloaded on the deep state and Mueller probe of 18 angry Democrats.
- Trump called the deep state tactics an attempted coup – treason — BAD PEOPLE!
- President Trump did not hold back! Take a listen
President Trump: After wasting all of this money and all of this time with people who were haters. People that worked on the Hillary Clinton Foundation, people who were absolutely haters of Trump. They found no collusion. What has been found during this period of time are the illegal acts of getting this whole phony investigation started. And hopefully that’s where people are going now. And it’s very interesting. It was an illegal investigation. It was started illegally. Everything about it was crooked. Every single thing about it. There were dirty cops. These were bad people. You look at McCabe and Comey and you look at Lisa and Peter Strzok. These were bad people. And this was an attempted coup. This was an attempted take down of a president. And we beat them. We beat them.
- Claire Grady, who was next in line after it was announced by President Trump over the weekend that Nielsen was resigning, was reportedly pushed out of the position to make room for Trump’s pick, Kevin McAleenan, the chief of Customs and Border Protection.
The MSM are pushing their agenda about separating children at the border, Trump posted a video showing children separated back in 2014 and said one word TRUTH, now the MSM is trying to spin what Obama did back then
- Sam Vinograd, a former top adviser in the Obama administration, says President Trump’s policy of separating children from adults when they illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border is much worse than Barack Obama’s policy of separating children from adults when they illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
- Yes, really.
- “When President Obama separated children from their families, Wolf, or from adults, Wolf, it was for their protection,” she told Wolf. “It was if there was a risk of trafficking or other kind of harm that might have been incurred,” Vinograd said.
- Then she went into a whole new land of equivocation. “But even if he did do that, why is Donald Trump saying that two wrongs make a right? Again, Obama wasn’t wrong, but so he’s saying that because something happened under President Obama, he’s repeating it and upping the ante. That’s an incredibly poor excuse. He’s systemized that inhumane treatment that, again, Obama was doing to protect the children.”
- Trump on Tuesday said, “I’m the one that stopped it. President Obama had child separation.”
- “President Obama separated the children. Those cages that were shown, I think they were very inappropriate. They were built by President Obama’s administration, not by Trump. Take a look: The press knows it, you know it, we all know it.” (By the way, here’s the truth about that photos, which we taken in 2014 — during Obama’s time in office.)
Take a listen to what trump said
Judicial watch has discovered how Mexico received 33 billion dollars
- Though President Trump said he would block money transfers to Mexico to fund a much-needed border wall, Mexicans in the U.S. sent a record $33.48 billion in remittances last year and a big chunk of it flowed through a government program operated by the Federal Reserve. This means that, amid an onslaught of illegal immigration, the U.S. government is largely responsible for the billions in remittances flowing south of the border from illegal aliens. Figures released by Mexico’s central bank show that 104 million transactions were executed in 2018, nearly six million more than the previous year.
- Uncle Sam facilitates the process with a program called “Directo a Mexico” (Direct to Mexico), launched by the Federal Reserve, the government agency that serves as the nation’s central bank, more than a decade ago. President George W. Bush came up with the idea following the 2001 U.S.-Mexico Partnership for Prosperity to provide low-cost banking services to illegal immigrants and facilitate the procedure for those sending money home. In its first year, 2005, remittances to Mexico topped $20 billion and the Federal Reserve reports “double-digit percentage growth for the past several years.” Remittances are transferred through the Federal Reserve’s own automated clearinghouse linked directly to Mexico’s central bank (Banco de Mexico). The Trump administration should eliminate it because it undermines our nation’s immigration laws and is a potential national security nightmare.
- Marketing materials target immigrant workers in the U.S.—regardless of their legal status—as well as banks, credit unions and other financial institutions. The program is promoted as “the best way to send money home,” offering “more pesos for every dollar.” American financial institutions are charged $0.67 per item to transfer money from the United States to Mexican banks, ensuring a “highly competitive rate.” The Federal Reserve also provides participating U.S. financial institutions with Spanish language promotional materials to “help get your message out.” The marketing materials also include the number of Mexican migrants in the U.S. with no distinction between those here illegally or not. A separate list identifies thousands of Mexican banks receiving “Directo a México” transfers.
- When the program was created Federal Reserve officials acknowledged that most of the Mexican nationals who send money back home are illegal immigrants so a Mexican-issued identification is the only requirement to use the government banking service. A colorful brochure promoting “Directo a Mexico” offered to help immigrants who don’t have bank accounts and assured the best foreign exchange rate and low transfer fees. A frequently asked question section posed this: “If I return to Mexico or am deported, will I lose the money in my bank account?” The answer: “No. The money still belongs to you and can easily be accessed at an ATM in Mexico using your debit card.” In short, the U.S. created this special banking system specifically for illegal aliens and tens of billions of dollars have streamed through it.
- As a presidential candidate Trump proposed a plan to get Mexico to fund a border wall by cutting off remittance payments from Mexican migrants in the U.S. In a memo to a mainstream newspaper Trump wrote that Mexican migrants send $24 billion in remittances annually and the estimated cost of a border wall would be between $5 billion and $10 billion. According to his plan, the U.S. Patriot Act would be amended to block wire transfers from Mexican nationals using companies such as Western Union. Nowhere in the document is the Federal Reserve’s special program, which clearly caters to illegal immigrants. So when Trump says that Mexico is going to pay for the wall, I believe he has plans to stop this.
Barr testifies ‘spying did occur’ on Trump campaign, amid reported review of informant’s role
So whats next
Mueller Report, Next, most likely next week
MSM will try to spin it, they will try to get out in front of what is coming, NYT has already started
DS Planned Event, clog the news cycles
OIG Report May June