Storm Right Behind Trump, It’s Coming, Get Ready, Batten Down The Hatches – Episode 2240
The economy is picking up, new vehicle sales are continually rebounding. Trump administration is now in the process of bringing back manufacturing to the US. The patriots are pushing the Fed to be insolvent. Get ready Trump ready to push tax holiday, no more waiting. The [DS]/MSM narrative falling apart very quickly, Trump card coming. Everything the [DS] tried has now fallen apart, the people are waking up, the storm is coming, its right behind Trump, batten down the hatches because it’s going to get rough.
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Current News – 08.03.2020
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- Analysts expect U.S. new vehicle sales to keep rebounding in July after increasing by 42.3% MoM in May and 6.9% in June according to Wards data.
“The Trump administration is fully committed to restoring all parts of America’s once-vibrant manufacturing base to its former—and now future—glory. The Kodak project is … a huge step forward toward US pharmaceutical independence.” https://t.co/csZq1xkOT6
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) August 2, 2020
Back on the table’: Talk of payroll tax cut returns as Trump suggests executive action on coronavirus relief
- President Trump has resumed talk of a long-sought payroll tax holiday, which outside advisers say could occur with executive action.
- “We’re putting it back on the table,” said Stephen Moore, an outside economic adviser to the president and a member of his economic recovery task force,
- With negotiations stalled, the president said on Monday that he is looking to address the impact of an eviction moratorium and a $600-per-week supplement to unemployment for some 30 million people that expired at the end of July.
- “A lot of people are going to be evicted but I’m going to stop it because I’ll do it myself if I have to,” Trump during an event at the White House. “I have a lot of powers with respect to executive orders and we’re looking at that very seriously right now.”
How the Fed may become insolvent and worsen future crises: Wells Fargo
- the Fed owns trillions in assets that are backed by the world’s preeminent reserve currency .But economists at Wells Fargo have plotted a path to technical insolvency due to the unique ways in which the central bank has supported markets and businesses during the coronavirus-induced crisis. The consequences would be more political than economic but they could be equally devastating for markets if the Fed cannot swiftly respond to future crises Since March, the Fed has added a significant amount of higher-risk assets to its balance sheet. These include corporate bonds, municipal bonds, and loans to small business through the Main Street Lending Program. These all have default risk ,
- Nervous managers of the scheduled 2020 presidential debates are shuffling the logistics and locations to deal with the threat of the coronavirus. But here’s a better idea: Scrap them altogether. And not for health reasons.
- The debates have never made sense as a test for presidential leadership. In fact, one could argue that they reward precisely the opposite of what we want in a president. When we were serious about the presidency, we wanted intelligence, thoughtfulness, knowledge, empathy and, to be sure, likability. It should also go without saying, dignity.
- For years, the media assured Americans that the dossier alleging treasonous collusion between Donald Trump and Russia was based on the scrupulous work of a mastermind British ex-spy and his vast network of credible and well-connected sources spread throughout Europe. It wasn’t true.
- Steele did not personally collect any of the factual information in his reports. The “vast network” was instead a “social circle” of an American-based former Brookings Institute junior staffer, recently identified for the first time as Igor Danchenko. The friends didn’t have well-documented claims so much as rumors, drunken gossip, and outright brainstorming, conjecture, and speculation. Even that information was “multiple layers of hearsay upon hearsay” before it got to Steele, who then hyperbolically overstated it. And the damning claims of “collusion” appear to have been scandalously misattributed or invented out of whole cloth.
- With such shoddy information collection and analysis methods, there was never any reason to give credence to any of the salacious allegations in the dossier, whether it was claims of secret deals with Russian oil concerns, secret meetings in foreign capitals, prostitutes urinating on Moscow hotel room beds, files of compromising information, or the careful cultivation of Trump, yes Trump, into the most effective Russian agent in history.
- The media have a problem, then, given that they repeatedly led viewers and readers to believe Steele was a master spy. They can almost get away with ignoring the recent news that once again shows their previous reporting was catastrophically wrong.
- Declassification Leads to Identification of Steele’s Source
- This Aged Poorly
- More than a year after Steele was identified as the author of the dossier, Christian Caryl, an editor with the Washington Post global opinions section, sang his praises.
- The dramatic disclosure earlier this year that the Obama administration sought to unmask ex-National Security Adviser Mike Flynn’s conversations intercepted overseas is reviving a long-unanswered question: Do U.S. spy agencies also monitor members of Congress?
- Now, the question has been renewed by the Project for Privacy and Surveillance Accountability (PPSA), a non-profit where former House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) works as a senior adviser.
- The group in February filed a Freedom of Information Act request demanding that the Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) release information related to whether U.S. intelligence has been surveilling past and current U.S. senators and House members.Specifically, the group asked ODNI whether the spy agencies it supervises unmasked the identities of current and past lawmakers known to have been caught up in foreign surveillance, and whether the names of these members were searched through what is known as the “upstream” phone database. The request covered a bipartisan group of 48 current and former lawmakers and their potential surveillance from Jan. 1, 2008 to Jan. 15, 2020.ODNI’s response only added to the intrigue: The agency summarily denied the FOIA with what is known as a “Glomar response,” saying confirming or denying such surveillance “could reveal sources and methods information.”
HUMINT, SIGINT, etc.
Non_FVEY official chan [US senior person(s) req given sensitive nature of ‘target’ re: presidential nominee(s) – POTUS + Cruz [CLAS 1-4]]
Who gave the order(s)?
Papered per normal NATSEC?
Comms to/from F + Domestic?
F2F 1-4 US person(s) initiate scope memo.
US AMB 1 & 2 NSA unmask req.
NSA > US AMB 1 & 2 > AUS, IT, UK
[special order per DIR [CLAS 1-9] AUTH unmask per US AMB]
[EACH UNMASKING REQUIRES APPROVAL / SIGN [‘KEY’]]
C_A domestic assist w/ rogue FBI to avoid US law [non_op domestic]?
C_A HUMINT domestic placement > T campaign [1-3 jumps primary target], T WH spy_insertion NATSEC C, personal advisor(s), cabinet?
C_A organized under DNI?
2010 – 2017 [Clapper] [bulk]
2017 – 2019 [Coats] [sleeper/prevent [black op] release of incriminating docs]
- According to a former member of the Royal guard who worked on Prince Andrew’s security detail, The London Metropolitan Police have destroyed evidence that could have revealed where Prince Andrew was on the night that he is accused of having sex with a teenager that was being trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
- There should be records of what the prince was doing on that evening, which would either exonerate him or prove that he was lying. Members of the royal family are regularly accompanied by police guards in their day to day activities and there are records of where and when the officers were sent, or at the very least a record of which officers worked on which day.
- If these records were to be made available, the investigators could easily determine where Prince Andrew was on the night in question. Initially, police refused to release this information to the media, insisting that revealing such sensitive information about the royal family could be a “threat to national security.”
- One of the guards who was assigned to work Andrew’s security detail on that night, remembers having an issue with the prince when he returned to Buckingham Palace.
- He says that Andrew ended up making his return to the palace very late that night, but wanted to obtain the records to confirm that this was the same night.
- A few months ago, the former guard requested to see his shift records from his time working Andrew’s security detail. He got no response for months, but was eventually contacted by a caseworker with the London Metropolitan Police.
- The caseworker told him that the records were destroyed, and said that it is the agency’s policy to only keep records for two years, which is a bit of a strange policy in the computer age where files don’t take up much space.
New Jersey poised to allow illegal immigrants to get professional job licenses
- New Jersey is poised to allow illegal immigrants to obtain professional and occupational licenses, a move that is touching off a debate about economic fairness during the pandemic shutdown.
- The move would come less than a year after Murphy signed into law legislation last December allowing illegal immigrants to get drivers’ licenses.
- Under the new legislation, illegal aliens would be allowed to obtain professional licenses for the first time regardless of their status, but they must meet all the other standards as legal residents for licensed jobs like pharmacists, accountants, and cosmetologists.
- President Donald Trump challenged the State of Nevada for moving to enact mail-in voting, threatening a lawsuit.
- State Democrats held an emergency legislative session on Sunday, passing a bill that would mail every registered voter a mail-in ballot and even allow other individuals to fill out and deliver ballots for the elderly and disabled.
- The proposed legislation also bypasses the state’s top election official Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske ability to control the election, giving power to the governor after declaring a state of emergency.
New: John Podesta played Biden in an election war-game, and refused to concede in a scenario that looked a bit like 2016 https://t.co/kDEzgI0ejl pic.twitter.com/WmhcGf0wxQ
— Ben Smith (@benyt) August 2, 2020
Stephen Miller responded
Podesta presupposing voter suppression in an election that hasn’t happened yet and arguing it in a make believe scenario gives the entire game away. It’s their fallback no matter what. https://t.co/QJNLD7cM0l
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) August 3, 2020
Trump looking to ban tiktock
- U.S. tech giant Microsoft said that discussions are still underway for a potential purchase of TikTok days after President Donald Trump signaled that he would not be supportive of such an acquisition by an American company while threatening to ban the social media app from operating in the United States.
Atilis Gym owners break into their own business to let in customers, again violating N.J.‘s coronavirus orders
- Owners of the Atilis Gym in Bellmawr kicked down the plywood boards covering their business’ doorway Saturday morning and ushered in dozens of clients for workouts, the latest move in a months-long standoff with government officials over New Jersey’s coronavirus-related restrictions.
- “Gov. Murphy has weaponized the police force against us over and over,” Smith said. “I think he looks foolish, the way he’s treating us — he’s pulling out all the stops. You have to ask, How far will one man go to destroy a small business?”
- Florida reported the lowest single-day increase in cases of the novel coronavirus since June,
Sources: Florida deaths by day: https://t.co/E1fJettqeA
My spreadsheet to track changes: https://t.co/gips4zzYFs
— Jennifer Cabrera (@jhaskinscabrera) August 3, 2020
SHADY GROVE ER WASHINGTON DC. pic.twitter.com/pCIUsPEMMB
— Richard citizen journalist (@DPotcner) August 3, 2020
Exempting Big Pharma from COVID-19 Vaccines Liability
- House and Senate leaders are discussing whether to include this exemption for COVID-19 vaccines under development in new legislation likely to be passed and signed into law in the coming days.
- Most likely, tort liability protection for Big Pharma will be approved.
We are told #coronavirus is a public health emergency and yet emergency measures such as acting on acceptable observational studies and clinical observational support for #Hydroxychloroquine to protect lives is forbidden?
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) August 2, 2020
If it’s discovered that government and media officials knew that hyrdroxychloroquine was effective for treating COVID, but still lied about it to the public They should be charged with murder
CDC Director Urges Schools To Reopen In ‘Public Health Interest’
- The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says schools should reopen in the fall, declaring it is in the “public health interest” to reopen.
- “I don’t think I can emphasize it enough as the director for the Centers for Disease Control, the leading public health agency in the world — it is in the public health interest that these K through 12 students to get the schools back open for face-to-face learning,” Dr. Robert Redfield
Cuban community plans rally at NuLu restaurant in response to Black Lives Matter demands
- Fernando Martinez, a partner of the Olé Restaurant Group, was one of dozens of business owners in the downtown Louisville district who recently received a letter from protesters laying out demands that aim to improve diversity in the area, which is known for its locally-owned shops and restaurants.
Police Body Cam Video Shows Belligerent George Floyd on Drugs Resisting Arrest Before Death
- Months after the death of serial felon drug addict George Floyd during an encounter with Minneapolis law enforcement, the officers’ body camera footage has finally been released to the public.
- The Daily Mail has obtained the video that was suspiciously hidden from the public while attitudes were being formed about the highly polarizing incident. Contrary to the media spin, the footage shows Floyd to be belligerent, high on drugs, and resisting arrest shortly before he died.
- Throughout the entire encounter, Floyd was incoherent and seemingly unable to comply with simple requests from the officers. Floyd complained incessantly about not being able to breathe, even before he was placed on the ground, which was done per his request.
Floyd’s ex Shawanda Hill can be heard off-camera shouting at him, “Stop resisting!” All the cops are calm and professional in contrast to Floyd who is hyper-agitated and aggressively resisting the cops. His histrionics are disturbing,indicative of drug use
……”And now we’re just waiting for the storm and ah I guess it’s right behind me it’s following me” pic.twitter.com/Rc3mcxTMeR
— Karli 🇺🇸 (@KarluskaP) August 2, 2020