Q-Advocate Subpoenaed by Mueller

Special Counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed author Jerome Corsi on Wednesday for questioning.

Mueller is going after Roger Stone for his 24 word exchange with Guccifer 2.0 during the 2016 election. To date 80% of Robert Mueller’s junk indictments have been against Russians who will never face a US court because they will never visit the United States.

 

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DOJ Blows Whistle on Mueller Felonies

Justice Department officials are blowing the whistle on Robert Mueller.

Now we know why Mueller has continually delayed Mike Flynn’s sentencing: To silence the retired General and keep the influential Conservative out of politics and the crucial midterm elections.

 

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A True Vietnam War Hero

Born on April 15, 1943, Hugh Clowers Thompson, Jr., was a United States Army helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War. He is best known for his role in stopping the My Lai Massacre, in which a group of US Army soldiers tortured and killed several hundred unarmed Vietnamese civilians, mutilating their bodies after they had been murdered.

 

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Did Sessions Renew Trump Surveillance?

By now, most people are aware there was no FISA-court hearing on the Carter Page surveillance warrant. It was the news over the Labor Day weekend. Everyone talked about it, blogged about it, uploaded videos about it and gnashed their teeth in frustration and confusion.

 

 

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Top Facebook Exec Resigns to Play Frisbee

Facebook executives have long called the company’s top ranks a “family,” but after a series of high-profile exits, the family is about to get a lot of new faces.

At least seven senior Facebook executives have announced their departures this year. None are leaving on bad terms, a company spokesperson told CNBC, and some will remain on in advisory positions.

 

 

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L.A. Times Agrees with POTUS

Adopting more active forest management policies such as increased thinning of trees and conducting controlled burns will help mitigate damage from future wildfires, the Los Angeles Times editorial board writes.

California forests have grown drier and less healthy from overcrowded trees, infestations of bark beetles and the effects of climate change, the LA Times writes. California’s restrictions on active forest management have contributed to the poor and worsening conditions of the forests, allowing them to grow uninhibited while suppressing fires that would normally naturally control the forests’ growth.

 

 

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