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This is not a close call.

It is not a judgement call.

It is not subject to interpretation.

It is a flat-out criminal offense.


Franken: “We Will Have Hearings” About “Rogue Elements” Inside The FBI

I think what’s troubling that we have heard out of the FBI, I think it was troubling that he put that vague letter out 11 days before the election. I think even more troubling is what we have heard from sort of the rogue elements within the FBI, seemingly tipping off former Mayor Giuliani that something was up. And also, I mean, it just seems like that’s not the FBI. That’s not what the FBI is supposed to do, it seems. So, I’m on the Judiciary Committee. I’m sure we will have hearings. I’m sure that FBI Director Comey will be before us. And I think he should answer questions about this. And he should be able to control the FBI. He is director of the FBI. He should be able to — what has been happening there has been a little hinky, I think.


UK Cardinal: “We have to learn…from the vibrancy of the Muslim faith that comes here”

Cardinal Nichols sets up a straw man when discussing the immigration crisis: “I think the immigration crisis is real and it needs concerted effort to address it. It needs to be addressed realistically with resources and proper legislation, but it’s almost impossible to do that in an atmosphere in which fear and hatred are the dominant features. It does nobody any good, this somewhat self-indulgent way in which people have begun to express themselves and their distaste and their hatred of people who they see as different. And that is creating a culture of fear among people who have been welcomed here.”


Governor to Obama: Maine will stop cooperating with federal refugee resettlement

Just days before the presidential election, Gov. Paul LePage has announced that Maine state government will no longer cooperate with the federal Refugee Resettlement Program.

In a letter addressed to President Barack Obama, LePage cited concerns about how refugees coming to the state are screened.


Germany’s building a 12ft barrier to separate communities – and it’s higher than the Berlin Wall

The 12-foot high barrier, which is higher than the Berlin Wall, is being erected in the suburb of Neuperlach Sud, to separate around 160 young migrants from locals living nearby.

As expected, some people are enraged by the decision, with the Deputy District Chairman calling it a ‘monster of a wall’.


U.S. Government Hackers Threaten to Intervene in Election Over ‘Russia’ Suspicions

In an unprecedented turn of events, the United States government is warning that it will launch cyber attacks if the government suspects Russian involvement in the U.S. elections.

A frantic article appeared Friday night on NBC News called “U.S. Government Hackers Ready To Hit Back if Russia Tries To Disrupt Election.”

In the article, U.S. government sources clearly warn of the possibility of cyberwar with Russia in the near future. The article foreshadows a new likely talking point: that U.S. government hacker interference in the election is necessitated by supposed Russian aggression.

LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 20: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) (R) gets a kiss from her campaign manager Terry McAuliffe at an election night rally at the Marriott Hotel May 20, 2008 in Louisville, Kentucky. Clinton defeated her opponent Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) in the Kentucky primary by a wide margin, but Obama was favored to come out ahead in the Oregon primary. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Virginia Gov. Pardons 60,000 Felons, Just Enough To Swing Election

There’s more than one way to rig an election. This here is a BIG one.

Stuffing ballot boxes is not the only game in town for election rigging. Even though at least one Elections officer in New York knows it’s going on.

It even goes beyond rigging the voting machines.

All you need to do is dump in a large pool of voters who are friendly to your cause.

Lauren-Paige Smith, 19, from Cardiff, who has been summoned to court for feeding a McDonalds chip to a bird in Swansea. See SWNS story SWCHIP. A teenager has been summoned to court - for feeding a pigeon a McDonaldís CHIP. Lauren-Paige Smith, 19, a customer service advisor from Cardiff, Wales, was tucking into lunch in June 2016 when she gave a chip to a pigeon. Shortly after the bird wolfed down the chip, a council worker approached Lauren and slapped her with a £25 fine for ëlitteringí. Lauren told the council worker that the bird finished the chip and there was no ëlitterí left, but she was still fined. The teen refused to pay the fine and yesterday received a letter through the post summoning her to court.

Council takes teenager to court for feeding McDonald’s chip to pigeon

Lauren-Paige Smith, 19, was approached by a council worker and given a £25 fine for littering.

She told the official that the pigeon had eaten the chip so there was no litter left.

However, she was still fined.

She refused to pay the cash but has now received a letter summoning her to court on November 15.


France: Armed ‘migrants’ fight running battles in Paris streets

The blood-curdling brawl erupted just yards from the Stalingrad Metro station, where a squalid migrant camp has popped up following the demolition of the Jungle.

It was not immediately clear what sparked the early morning fight, but rival gangs of people smugglers have previously been involved in violent brawls in Calais.


Black Lives Matter accuses West, Canada for death toll in Haiti by Hurricane Matthew

Black Lives Matter – Toronto (BLM – TO), the self proclaimed “coalition of Black Torontonians resisting anti-Black racism, state-sponsored violence, police brutality,” accuses France, U.S. and Canada for the death of over 1000 people in Hurricane Matthew that recently pounded Haiti. “Even the cholera outbreak occurring today was brought to the island by European colonizers,” BLM – TO said.