A new Washington Post poll that declares President Trump as “the least popular president in modern times,” waits until the second to last paragraph to reveal another tidbit: He’d still beat Hillary Rodham Clinton if the election were held today and in the popular vote, not just Electoral College.
The poll found that Trump’s polls continue to be upside down, with a 42 percent approval and 53 percent disapproval.
Also unchanged: His base still likes him.
It’s not until the second to last paragraph of the long story that it’s shown Clinton would still lose to the president, despite the high disapproval ratings and problems with his first 100 days detailed by the paper. It reads:
The new survey finds 46 percent saying they voted for Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, similar to her two-point national vote margin. Asked how they would vote if the election were held today, 43 say they would support Trump and 40 percent say Clinton.
Jewish propaganda. Even CBS exposes it as such. Take a look at the paragraph I bolded for example.
NEW YORK — The Anti-Defamation League found an increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism last year, evidence that anti-Jewish bias intensified during the election.
The Jewish civil rights group found 1,266 cases of anti-Semitic harassment last year, compared to 941 in 2015 and 912 in 2014. The increase continued into the first three months of this year, with reports of 541 incidents compared to 291 in the same period the year before, according to the ADL data released Monday.
The preliminary 2017 numbers include a wave of more than 150 bomb threats that started in January against Jewish community centers and day schools. Authorities arrested an Israeli Jewish hacker who they said was behind the harassment. The ADL insists those threats should still be considered anti-Semitic since Jews were the target. During the same period, a former journalist in St. Louis was also charged with threatening Jewish organizations as part of a bizarre campaign to intimidate his former girlfriend. But authorities believe the Israeli man is primarily responsible.
Even without those bomb threats, the number of anti-Jewish incidents this January, February and March in the report would be higher than the year before.
The FBI compiles annual hate-crime statistics, but the 2016 numbers aren’t expected to be released until the end of this year. The ADL tally includes a much broader array of incidents, such as distribution of hateful materials, threats, slurs, intimidation and vandalism, along with physical assaults. The organization says its researchers evaluate reports from individuals, community leaders and law enforcement.
This latest compilation includes only a few cases of online harassment – incidents that led to “on the ground” intimidation – so that the organization can continue making year-to-year comparisons of ADL data going back to the group’s first report in 1979, before the internet and social media were so broadly used, according to Oren Segal, director of the ADL Center on Extremism.
Anti-Semitic harassment in the U.S. has been at historic lows in recent years, according to the organization. In some prior years, the number of incidents surpassed 1,500 or 2,000, Segal said. But the recent uptick has fueled anxiety among American Jews during a period of emboldened expressions of white-supremacism and white-nationalism during the presidential election. Last week, a Jewish woman sued the founder of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, accusing the publisher of orchestrating a barrage of anti-Semitic messages from anonymous internet trolls starting last December.
“I think the pace in which the incidents are happening, the speed at which the spike is occurring, I think the historic low is a thing of the past,” Segal said.
The report linked 34 cases last year to the presidential race, including graffiti found in Denver last May that said “Kill the Jews, Vote Trump.” ADL chief executive Jonathan Greenblatt was among the most vocal Jewish leaders pressing Donald Trump, as a candidate and president, to do more to combat anti-Semitism, including among his supporters. Critics, in the Jewish community and elsewhere, said partisanship was behind such pressure on Mr. Trump. In February, Mr. Trump opened his address to Congress with a strong condemnation of recent cases of vandalism at Jewish cemeteries.
On college campuses last year, the number of reports of anti-Semitic incidents remained about the same compared to the previous year, the ADL said. Many of the schools have been roiled in recent years by protests over Israeli policies toward Palestinians. However, the organization saw an increase in the number of reports of harassment against Jewish school children from elementary age through high school.
Russia has claimed it can disable the entire US Navy in one fell swoop using powerful electronic signal jamming.
A news report from the country – where the media is essentially controlled by the state – said the technology could render planes, ships and missiles useless.
The newsreader says: “Today, our Russian Electronic Warfare (REW) troops can detect and neutralise any target from a ship’s system and a radar, to a satellite.”
The news report claims a single Russian war plane flew several times around American destroyer the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea several years ago, disabling its systems and leaving it helpless.
The report also claims they are capable to creating electronic jamming domes over their bases that make them invisible on radar screens.
The propaganda piece even quotes top US General Frank Gorenc as saying: “Russian electronic weapons completely paralyse the functioning of American electronic equipment installed on missiles, aircraft and ships.”
The reporter adds: “You don’t need to have expensive weapons to win – powerful radio-electronic jamming is enough.”
The news comes after Donald Trump dispatched the USS Carl Vinson, powered by nuclear reactors, carrying almost 100 aircraft and accompanied by destroyers, a cruiser, and a submarine to the Korean Peninsula.
And the commander-in-chief is said to be bolstering American deployment in the region by sending the USS Ronald Reagan and the USS Nimitz to the Sea of Japan next week.
Russia, along with China, is said to have sent a spy ship to the area to ward off the task force amid rising tensions in the region.
And Putin urged the US to show “restraint”.
Meanwhile, in response to this story, Popular Mechanics reports that there is no electronic bomb.
The Russian TV report is an explainer on Russian Electronic Warfare (REW) troops, which the reporter claims can “neutralize any target” from “a ship’s system to a radar to a satellite.” This apparently includes synthetic aperture radars on NATO satellites, aircraft, and other platforms, which can form images of targets in the air and on the ground using radar waves. In this case, “neutralizing” doesn’t mean blowing something to bits, but rather jamming its radar sensors to effectively render it blind.
The Russian news report concludes with the bombastic line, “You don’t need to have expensive weapons to win – powerful radio-electronic jamming is enough.” That claim isn’t supported by the actual report, which says REW systems can only shut down enemy radars and hide friendly forces. To actually win a war, you need to kill the enemy and break stuff—something radio waves can’t do.
The Russian television and Sun tabloid story are both blends of real and fake news. Russia’s electronic warfare troops do indeed have some powerful electronic warfare systems—but pay no mind to oddball claims that they can make enemy sailors resign out of sheer fear or win wars singlehandedly.
No matter what is revealed about Alex Jones, I’ll still have a soft spot in my heart for him.
Like millions of others he got me to thinking about things that the (((power elites))) would prefer that we not think about. In fact, it was Jones, David Icke, Henry Makow, Stormfront, and Jared Taylor that started me on my journey.
The lawyers are doing what lawyers do, demonizing the other party. Headshrinkers can be bought who’ll say anything the lawyers want them to say.
Infowars founder Alex Jones was diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder in a psychiatric evaluation, the divorce case manager confirmed during his custody trial in Austin on Wednesday. Austin psychologist Alissa Sherry said that a different doctor compiled the report, part of what she said was the most time-consuming divorce case she has ever worked. People diagnosed with NPD typically show traits including a lack of empathy, arrogance, and a propensity for grandiose fantasies. They are also frequently described as manipulative and demanding. Minutes earlier, an attorney for ex-wife Kelly Jones discussed at length an incident in which Alex Jones reportedly yelled at his daughter for wearing a boot for her broken toe, which Sherry said could “perhaps” be a symptom of NPD. Day 3 of the custody trial has so far focused on the testimony of Sherry, interspersed with brief moments of tension between Alex Jones and ex-wife Kelly Jones’ legal team, who have complained over the past two days that Jones is shaking his head and smirking at them repeatedly.
Alex Jones Exposed reveals that ex-wife Kelly, pictured above, is Jewish.
Heavy offers five fast facts about Kelly.
The Daily Stormer takes a dim view of the ex-wife, claiming she’s “trying to kike him.”
The New York Daily News is reporting that the residents of Newtown, site of the infamous Sandy Hook school massacre that Jones says did not take place, are demanding that President Trump denounce Alex.
There’s an informative analysis of some of the legal issues involved at the Los Angeles Times, which I recall allows you to read 5 or 10 free articles a month.
I looked at the brief article on narcissistic personality disorder at Psychology Today. For what it’s worth, I don’t believe Alex has that mental disorder.
I’ll say the same about him that I said about Bill O’Reilly.
Alex Jones is an ***h*le, but he’s my ***h*le. Being a ******* doesn’t mean you’re a mental case.
The comments at the link below to CBS are virtually all negative toward the network’s biased news operation and toward antifa punch girl Louise (aka Moldylocks). The comments indicate huge disgust with CBS for trying to portray her as a victim. Everyone seems to know that she went to Berkeley (from southern California, as it turns out) looking for trouble.
The photo montage below includes an image of her holding an empty liquor bottle, one of the weapons the antifa used at Berkeley. There are statements that she was throwing wine bottles at people, which could obviously kill someone. Her unique face covering makes it easy to identify her in a variety of images.
The Facebook video below was extracted from a longer video I posted just before this one. I can’t hear Louise’s responses over the crowd noise, but supposedly she’s fine with injuring innocent people according to others who’ve heard her response.
You can see the blood on this patriot, a victim of a thrown object. It looks like a rock or bottle hit him in the head, but he refused to stand down. Unlike the cowardly cops who are nowhere to be seen.
Comments on the Internet say that the black gloves worn by Louise are punch gloves, illegal weapons under California law. The gloves allegedly have damaging weights in them and she’s allegedly seen punching people with them. The glove issue is one that I personally can’t confirm, although obviously there’s no other reason to be wearing gloves.
The Internet has turned her lewd photos into mocking memes. This is a good one.
Why doesn’t CBS go into her porn career? Why doesn’t the network tell the truth? Louise is lying and so is CBS.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Louise Rosealma never intended to become the face of a movement, but by Monday she had.
Rosealma traveled to Berkeley with her boyfriend and two other friends – all members of the Antifa anti-facist collective — from Southern California on Saturday to take part in a counter demonstration at a Patriot’s Day event organized by alt right and neo-nazi groups including the Proud Boys.
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By the end of the afternoon, the video of Rosealma being punched by Nathan Damigo – a known white supremacist who attends California State University, Stanislaus – would go viral.
“We got there around 1 p.m.,” she told KPIX 5. “We went to show our support and be bodies present in counter protest.”
She knew going in that the demonstration might turn violent.
“We were hoping for the best and expecting the worst,” she said.
By the time Rosealma and her friends got to the park, tensions were already boiling.
“You could hear the commotion…Things got very intense, very quickly,” she said.
Rosealma and her friends were not in the park long before they found themselves rushed by a group of counter demonstrators.
“A smoke bomb went off in the area where the white nationalists and neo-nazis were…Everyone was confused,” said Rosealma. “It (the smoke) filled the whole intersection. They started rushing and started attacking people.”
Chaos ensued. Rosealma found herself in the midst of an angry mob.
“Me and my friends were fleeing. As we were running away I lost my friends,” she said. “I was trying to follow my boyfriend, but he just disappeared…I was just trying to block myself away from different people who were just pushing me and attacking other people.”
Rosealma found herself backed up near a wall and garden.
“I was just trying to get out of where I was because I was in a cornered spot,” she said. “The next thing I remember is turning around and from the corner of my eye I saw this fist coming at me … I put my arms up to try and push him away as much as I could. He just threw himself into me.”
Cameras caught what happened next.
“He punched me on the bridge of my nose. It cut it a little bit,” Rosealma said. “I got thrown down and I’m pretty sure he just ran (away). I got right back up. I was punched twice more by two other people. People kept trying to throw me down to hit my head on the rocks that were in the planter. I was just trying to not get my skull cracked open.”
The last attacker kneed her in the head several times before he also fled.
Eventually, the attack stopped the 5-foot-1, 95-pound Rosealma said. She looked around and found her boyfriend nearby covered in blood.
“There was no time for emotion,” she said. “I was just terrified. I didn’t have time to process what was happening to me. All I knew was I was trying to find my boyfriend and not get hit…When it was happening I realized they were trying to crack my skull on the curb and on the rocks in the planter.”
During the entire attack, Rosealma said she never saw any Berkeley police officers. She also said the attack was unprovoked.
“I didn’t exchange words with anyone,” she said. “I was just standing there.”
Fortunately, Rosealma was just battered and bruised and not seriously injured. However, the attacks have continued on social media with memes and threats.
“They are trying to make me into this trophy – the victory of the alt right and neo-nazis,” she said. “It’s petty and pathetic… That they knocked over a 95-pound person… It (the harassment) has been non-stop… Requests on Instagram. Facebook, Youtube…They just are trying to get to me.”
Berkeley officials once again — to their chagrin — found their city playing host to a bat-wielding, brick tossing, pepper-spray fueled confrontation.
City of Berkeley spokesman Chakko Matthai said authorities would be looking to prosecute assailants who attacked others during the protest.
“There is a lot of video out there,” said Matthai. “We will be working with the community to identify those people who were committing those acts.”
When asked if he thought Saturday’s event was a political rally or a rumble, Berkeley Mayor Jessie Arreguin replied, “I would probably say it was both.”
He continued: “It’s challenging. They had helmets. They had shields, they had weapons and this is something we really haven’t seen before.”
The Berkeley police have yet to say what they are investigating in light of the violence. A similar protest and violent outbreak on March 4th has led to charges against several suspects.
The authorities did make 20 arrests at Saturday’s protest.
Rosealma says all she wants now is to return to her normal life. But she does vow that Saturday’s attack will not end her activism.
Punch harder next time, Nathan. Just hard enough to send her back to doing more porn.
The purpose of the smear job done by the Jewish Forward on Mike Cernovich does not appear to be aimed at destroying Cernovich. The purpose instead is clearly to take a few shots at President Donald Trump.
Cernovich, who is alt-light and not alt-right, is a civic nationalist supporter of Trump. His interaction with Trump has been nil, but when he broke the Susan Rice unmasking story that the mainstream media had been sitting on, two in Trump’s inner circle Tweeted about it, rightly giving credit to Mike. His appearance on 60 Minutes also drew a Tweet.
On the basis of that thin evidence, the Forward attempts to link Trump to evil Nazis, white supremacists, and other monsters lurking in the minds of Jewish writers.
The excerpt you are about to read is anti-Trump Jewish propaganda.
Who is Michael Cernovich, who goes by his last name on Twitter? The “‘60 Minutes’ segment” Conway referenced isn’t about his skills in journalism or activism, but instead his long history in the creation of fake news. While the term gets tossed around nowadays, the rubbish Cernovich disseminates (to a shockingly large audience) is demonstratively fake and includes unsourced and widely speculative topics, ranging from the unproven ill health of the former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to a child slavery ring linked to the Democratic campaign now known as “PizzaGate.”
The New York Times recently published an article answering the question “Who is Mike Cernovich?” The cliff notes version of the answer is simple: He is a bad guy. For anyone willing to look for evidence, it isn’t hard to find; Cernovich’s lies are all readily accessible on his own social media, not to mention a documented fact from both conservative and liberal sources alike.
Conway’s gushing tweet prompted waves of condemnation on social media from those familiar with Cernovich’s dark history. Far from a political neophyte, Conway was arguably the most professional member of the Trump campaign, fully capable of vetting an individual before singing his praises on her closely followed Twitter account. An experienced political operative like Conway understands the importance of choosing her words carefully; and given the medium (her own social media, not speaking off the cuff on television), she should be held to a higher standard than most others working in communications for the White House.
Any hope her tweet might have been a misstep disappeared the next day, when Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. tweeted similar praise of Cernovich’s work regarding former national security adviser Susan Rice.
Since the inauguration, many have wondered what role the “alt-right” and its political philosophy might play in the Trump administration. While we should be comforted by the removal of Stephen Bannon from the National Security Council, these two tweets indicate that the White House remains uncomfortably close to central figures in the “alt-right” universe. The Trump administration no longer needs to court their favor, and yet, two major personalities in Trump’s inner circle deliberately made a point to signal their support for one of the country’s most controversial figures this week. In so doing, they’ve not only stained their own reputations, but also elevated someone as reprehensible as Mike Cernovich to the national stage.
Published on Apr 7, 2017
Watch MSNBC’s craziest Trump / Russia conspiracy yet. Lawrence O’Donnell has a theory about what’s really going on, and you have to see it to believe it. No, this is not a joke. This is from his opening monologue from Friday’s show.
Interesting comment on youtube:
I’m willing to bet the Rebels in Syria gassed their own to get help from the US. Trump was smart enough to just make a small strike on an airbase after he alerted the Russians so they removed all their people and planes. The airbase is still intact and nothing of any value was damaged. Trump was in a corner and he did the smartest option he could. This was a one and done and Trump comes out stronger. He is much smarter than people give him credit for. As for the crazy’s over at MSLSD, they feel the farther left they go, they get more popular aka Maddow.