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#1
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Nov 22 - While Pandering, Elizabeth Warren gets Protested!!!

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By quarter

She seems a little flustered..not able to take much heat.

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Nov 22 - MC Maga n the traitors - the fu-k the democrabs mixtape

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Nov 22 - Obama Tells ymmot To "Chill Out"

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By MELODY

Obama tells anxious Democrats to 'chill out about the candidates' and avoid putting them through 'purity tests'


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Former President Barack Obama had a message for wealthy Democratic donors on Thursday evening growing anxious about the current slate of primary candidates and the lack of a clear frontrunner in the race.

"Everybody needs to chill out about the candidates but gin up about the prospect of rallying behind whoever emerges from this process," Obama said at a California fundraiser, according to a report in The Washington Post.

The former president also said that Democrats should avoid putting candidates through "purity tests," according to The New York Times.

"I'm always suspicious of purity tests during elections," Obama said. "Because you know what? The country's complicated."

He also urged the party to focus on defeating President Donald Trump in next year's election and not get sucked into ideological disputes that could threaten their chances of reclaiming the White House.

"The field will narrow, and there's going to be one person, and if that is not your perfect candidate and there are certain aspects of what they say that you don't agree with and you don't find them completely inspiring the way you'd like, I don't care," Obama said. "Because the choice is so stark and the stakes are so high that you cannot afford to be ambivalent in this race."

They're the latest attention-grabbing comments from Obama, who has been moving off the sidelines in the Democratic primary to soothe the nerves of party donors and lawmakers. Some are rattled by the progressive ideas driving the primary like Medicare for All and the wealth tax.

Last week, Obama indirectly rebuked Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, both leading progressive candidates, saying that "the average American doesn't think we have to completely tear down the system and remake it."

Obama, however, has not endorsed a candidate, and only offered guidance to those seeking his counsel, The Times reported. The former president has declined to call out candidates by name up to now and hasn't tried to tilt the scales behind the scenes either.

He's chosen instead to push his big tent, moderate vision of politics, fearful that sweeping ideas to remake the American economic and healthcare systems could alienate swing voters in the general election.

They have no one.

Bernie is just far too crazy and radical.




Pocahontas thought she was Indian her entire life.


Biden can't even get a cosign from Obama because of his Ukraine scandal, his dementia, and predator like history.







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#4
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Nov 22 - PHOTO OF THE CALL WHISTBLOWER AND OBAMA SHAKING HANDS

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VERY SLOPPY JOB BY ADAM SCHIFF, IF THEY WANTED TO PULL THIS IMPEACHMENT HOAX THEY SHOULDVE DONE BETTER

I MEAN COME ON A CIA AGENT WHO WORKED FOR OBAMA, BIDEN AND SCHIFF

SMH, LOW QUALITY HOAX

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A newly surfaced photo of the alleged whistleblower in the impeachment inquiry is fueling concerns about partisanship. The Washington Examiner has obtained an image which shows Eric Ciaramella shaking hands in the Oval Office with former President Barack Obama. It was discovered on a website for a friend’s 2018 wedding.
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“This picture raises serious questions about how this sham impeachment process started,” a senior Trump administration official told The Washington Examiner. “It’s no surprise that Schiff has now changed his story about letting the falsely labeled whistleblower testify.”

At the time the photo was taken, Ciaramella allegedly worked as the National Security Council’s Ukraine director. Critics of the impeachment inquiry have raised questions about Ciaramella’s ties to other Obama-era officials.

“Certain of the media released information about a man that they said was the whistleblower—I don’t know if that’s true or not,” stated President Trump. “What they said is he was an Obama person…he was like a big anti-Trump person.”

House Intel Chair Adam Schiff has repeatedly rejected calls by Republicans to call the alleged whistleblower to testify before the House, citing efforts to protect the individual’s identity. During Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman’s testimony on Tuesday, he interrupted the proceedings to make sure the official didn’t mention the name.
Devin Nunes cleverly cornered Vindman and brought Schiff hurriedly to the rescue, along with Vindman's counsel. Nunes found the connection to Eric, the deep state operative. It just isn't going well for the Democrats. Now we have one perjury, and one gigantic liar presiding over the whole mess.

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#5
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27 million Muslims have been k*lled due to 9/11 wars: Scholar

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By Putin~Work

Some twenty seven million Muslims have been k*lled due to US wars following the September 11, 2001 false flag attacks in the United States, says Dr. Kevin Barrett, an American academic who has been studying the events of 9/11 since late 2003.

Dr. Barrett, a founding member of the Scientific Panel for the Investigation of 9/11, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Thursday following the release of a study conducted by Watson Institute of International Public Affairs at the United StateÂ’s Brown University.

The US war on terror has led to cost over 800,000 direct war deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Middle East, according to the study.

US federal spending on post-9/11 wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere around the world stands at $6.5 trillion through fiscal year 2020, according to the study.

“Actually it’s a gross underestimate of the truth. In fact the Brown University and whoever was responsible for the study they should all be charged with holocaust denial for this because the real number of people k*lled in the 9/11 wars is vastly beyond that 800,000 figure,” Dr. Barrett said.

“In fact according to Dr Gideon Polya – he is one of the world’s leading avoidable mortality experts; he’s a science professor from Australia -- there’s been a 27-million Muslim holocaust due to these wars – 27 million people have been k*lled, and another five million people who would have been born have not been borne because the people who would have been their parents were k*lled, meaning 32 million people are gone from the world who should be there because of these wars,” he added.

“Additionally the cost is much higher than the supposed six trillion figure cited by the Brown University. So it’s really almost impossible to exaggerate the level of horrific catastrophe that has happened due to the American and Israeli authorities deciding to go ahead and do their false flag operations, blowing up the World Trade Center which was flatted for demolition for years. The New York City was desperate to take it down,” he noted.

The September, 11, 2001 attacks, also known as the 9/11 attacks, were a series of strikes in the US which k*lled nearly 3,000 people and caused about $10 billion worth of property and infrastructure damage.

US officials a*sert that the attacks were carried out by 19 al-Qaeda terrorists but many experts have raised questions about the official account.

They believe that rogue elements within the US government, such as former Vice President d*ck Cheney, orchestrated or at least encouraged the 9/11 attacks in order to accelerate the US war machine and advance the Zionist agenda.
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 Nov 22 - RNC receipt for Books-a-Million FOUND for Tяump Jr. to buy his way to the top

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#7
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Nov 22 - Utah Woman Charged With Lewdness After Being Topless In Her Own Home

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By Sin





A Utah woman has been charged with lewdness in her own home after her stepchildren walked into the room and saw her bare chest.

Attorneys for the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah argued this week that the statute under which Tilli Buchanan, 27, was charged is unconstitutional, and they have asked a judge to drop the charges against her and change the state law.

Buchanan and her husband had been installing drywall in the garage and had taken off their shirts that were itchy from the fibers, she told The Salt Lake Tribune.

When her stepchildren, aged 9, 10 and 13, walked in, she "explained she considers herself a feminist and wanted to make a point that everybody should be fine with walking around their house or elsewhere with skin showing," her lawyers wrote in court documents, The a*sociated Press reports.

Now the state has charged Buchanan with three charges of lewdness involving a child. The charge is a Class A misdemeanor.

Though her husband was similarly clad, he was not charged with a crime.

The state's lewdness statute criminalizes exposure of "the female brea*t below the top of the areola" in the presence of a child in a private place "under circumstances the person should know will likely cause affront or alarm."

If convicted, Buchanan faces imprisonment, fines and the requirement to register as a s*x offender for 10 years.

"It was in the privacy of my own home. My husband was right next to me in the same exact manner that I was, and he's not being prosecuted," she told reporters after the court hearing.

The charges were filed after the children's mother told that authorities she was "alarmed" by the incident, according the AP.

Buchanan's case raises a number of constitutional concerns, says Leah Farrell, an attorney at the ACLU of Utah.

To begin with, "the criminalizing of behavior that many people don't consider criminal, and is normal."

Most people wouldn't consider, for instance, that they "might be brought into court because of their dealing with their dirty clothes within their house. Anything that really extends the criminal justice system into people's homes in this way is something that we're interested in looking at closer," Farrell says.

And then there's the gender issue.

"Simply because Miss Buchanan is a woman, she is facing this charge," Farrell says. "Therefore, women throughout Utah are at higher risk of facing a criminal charge simply because of their gender. There are different ideas around what morality is or is not. But the state's reach to criminalize morality based on gender and gender stereotyping is incredibly problematic."

Farrell notes that the statute's language requiring women to predict whether going topless is likely to cause "affront or alarm" imposes an additional burden that is not required of men.

Ryan Robinson, West Valley City prosecutor, would not comment on the case, except to say that city prosecutors "see our role as enforcing the law of the state of Utah as enacted by our state legislature, and we're excited to see what the judge decides."

The judge said she will rule in the coming months.

In February, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal judge's ruling that an ordinance in Fort Collins, Colo., banning women from being topless in public was unconstitutional. Fort Collins decided not to appeal the court's decision, after spending more than $300,000 to defend its ban.

That case concerned women being treated differently in public rather than in private. If anything, Buchanan may have a stronger case, says Farrell: "You wouldn't think you would lose those protections within the private space of your home."

The courtroom battles are one front in what's called the "free the n*pple" movement.

In August, three women who were arrested and convicted for being topless at a New Hampshire beach asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their case. They argue that the city ordinance barring women from showing their n*pples in public is inherently discriminatory on the basis of gender.

Facebook has also been criticized for its ban on images of women with "uncovered female n*pples except in the context of brea*tfeeding, birth giving and after-birth moments, health-related situations (for example, post-mastectomy, brea*t cancer awareness or gender confirmation surgery) or an act of protest." Instagram's policy on female n*pples is similar.

More than 100 people lay nud* in front of Facebook's New York offices in May, holding aloft images of female n*pples in protest of the company's policies.

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#8
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 Nov 22 - Sanders is the only candidate beating Trump in polls head to head...

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By BernieDaGoat

but we need a moderate to beat Trump right??


Im sure the response will be polls dont matter! Yet they matter when Pete became #1 in IA or when Biden was leading all the polls..

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#9
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 Nov 22 - Robert Kraft: 'Tяump used kneeling as fodder for his mission to divide'

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By phantomnation


New England Patriots team owner Robert Kraft blasted President Trump in a meeting that was at the height of the National Anthem kneeling controversy in uncovered audio from October 2017.

Kraft, who is a longtime friend of Donald Trump, could be heard taking a stand against the presidentÂ’s rhetoric on players who were taking a stand to protest racial injustice in the U.S., according to audio obtained by TMZ Sports.

“I must tell you, I think these dialogues are great,” Kraft said. “But, the elephant in the room now in my opinion, is this kneeling, which every player has a right to do if they feel it’s right.

“The problem we have is, we have a president that will use that as fodder to do his mission that I don’t feel is in the best interest of the matter. It’s divisive and it’s horrible. And, it’s actually the opposite of what you all are trying to do.”

“I just hope one of the things that can come out of here is that we find a way to be unified. And, be able to carry through and follow through,” he said.

That meeting took place in New York City during the middle of the 2017 season. Commissioner Roger Goodell reportedly had even made a point to say “let’s make sure that we keep this confidential.”

Clearly, that didnÂ’t happen.

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#10
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Nov 22 - PUTIN: Scientists Who Died in Blast Working on 'Most Advanced' Weapon Ever

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has told widows of the five scientists who died in a nuclear explosion earlier this year that their husbands were working on 'the most advanced and unmatched technical' weaponry.

Putin's comments came during a ceremony of state decorations at the Kremlin today where he awarded the deceased employees of Russia's state nuclear company with the Order of Courage, posthumously.

'They led a very difficult, responsible and critical direction, we are talking about the most advanced and unmatched technical ideas and solutions,' he said





On August 8, five employees of the Russia's nuclear company, Rosatom, were blown up while testing a nuclear rocket propulsion system





Vyacheslav Lipshev, 40, was one of the experts k*lled in the blast. His widow Natalia Alexeeva, 40, posted a tribute: 'I love you my dear, how will I live without you? You are my everything'


On August 8, five employees of the Russia's nuclear company, Rosatom, were blown up while testing a nuclear rocket propulsion system at the Nyonoska testing site in the White Sea. The blast caused a brief radiation spike in the nearby city of Severodvinsk.

Putin said that they made 'an indispensable contribution to the strengthening of the Russian state.'

He expressed his condolences to the widowed but maintained that Russia would go on developing this type of advanced weaponry.

' The fact of possessing such unique technologies is today the most important reliable guarantee of peace on the planet. And no matter what, we will certainly improve this weapon,' he said.

The August explosion raised concerns that a prototype of a weapon, called Burevestnik by Russia and known as Skyfall by NATO, is being developed by the Kremlin





It has not been confirmed whether a Burevestnik cruise 'Doomsday' missile was being tested when the explosion occurred.

But US nuclear experts at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in California insist the blast did come from a Skyfall test.

Anne Pellegrino, a research a*sociate at the James Martin Center, told German broadcaster Deutsche Welle: 'Our operating theory is that there was a catastrophic failure of some kind during the testing of Russia's nuclear powered cruise missile. They call it Burevestnik but NATO refers to it as Skyfall.'


The mysterious incident led to a 'radiation spike' in the nearby city Severodvinsk, according to reports in the aftermath of the explosion.

Three injured testers are reported to be recovering. They were named for the first time as engineers Dmitry Abanin and Aleksander Manyukhin along with another specialist Sergey Grishin.

The five k*lled in the explosion were Vyasheslav Yanovsky, 71, one of Russia's most senior nuclear scientists, Vyacheslav Lipshev, 40, director of a secret research institute, Evgeny Korotaev, 50, a leading electronics engineer, Alexey Vyushin, 43, who had developed a high-energy photon spectrometer, and Sergey Pichugin, 45, a testing engineer.

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#11
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Nov 22 - Second Week of Peachment Testimony Ends with More Damning Evidence:A Closer Look

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Seth takes a closer look at a week of impeachment hearings that have been nothing short of jaw-dropping.

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#12
5 hours ago


Nov 22 - TRUMP INTERVIEW: YOURE GOING TO SEE THE BIGGEST SCANDAL IN U.S, DEEPSTATE SHOOK

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By Bucks414

HOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLY sh*t!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LISTEN TO 5 MINUTES IN MINIMUM



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#13
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 Nov 22 - US Foreign Policy is now a Tяump diaper in a state of 'incontinence'

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By phantomnation



LONDON — It is not normal for the United States to have two diplomatic channels for dealing with a foreign ally at war, as the U.S. apparently did with Ukraine under President Donald Trump, as the acting ambassador to Ukraine, Bill Taylor, told the House impeachment inquiry this month.

The first was the official one run by Taylor, aimed at supporting Ukraine in its war with Russian-backed separatists. The other was “irregular, informal” and unaccountable to Congress, with the goal of getting Ukraine’s new leader to do President Donald Trump “a favor” by investigating a political rival, as described by a number of witnesses — most explosively by the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, on Wednesday.


What is also not normal is the United StatesÂ’ current standing in the world and the way other countries have engaged with it since Trump took office, but particularly since the revelations about his actions toward Ukraine prompted the impeachment inquiry against him.

Diplomatic and foreign policy experts tell NBC News that the president’s habit of deviating — sometimes wildly — from long-held alliances and diplomatic norms have substantially altered America’s relations with allies around the world, and made trusting U.S. intentions and policy positions increasingly difficult.

“The U.S. traditionally has been the country that has most carefully parsed its sentences and words, and with any statement and policy it ran things through an inner-agency process where everyone is involved — what you see is what you get,” says Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who was president of Estonia from 2006 to 2016 and was foreign minister before that.

“Other countries may waffle and say ‘that’s not the case’ or ‘we didn’t mean that’ but with the States, anything from the president was always so nailed down,” Ilves said.


That’s why when something like Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy comes up, “everyone is bewildered.”

Ilves, in a phone interview from Stanford University, where he is a visiting fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, said that international actors responsible for statecraft are now wary of what the U.S. might do while Trump is in the White House.

“Most of my colleagues and people in the same position today are bewildered and trying to do their best to avoid landmines,” Ilves said. “There is an overarching and abiding concern about what will happen to the various treaty obligations that the U.S. has.”

Trump has pulled the U.S. out of several key international agreements, including the Iran nuclear deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and the Paris climate accords. Trump has reportedly discussed leaving NATO with senior aides and has criticized its members for not matching U.S. spending on defense — although in public he has committed to staying in the alliance.


Nevertheless, TrumpÂ’s less-than-fulsome support for NATO left Pentagon officials scrambling to reassure allies that the U.S. would meet its obligations.

“Of course renouncing treaties is more complex than simply not fulfilling a verbal promise. But I think heads of statement and governments generally are anxious and nervous,” Ilves said.


Ilves dealt with the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations and describes the phone calls and meetings with each president as meticulously planned.

He said that, with previous administrations, anything the president said was policy, whereas now many are left wondering what is approved and what isnÂ’t.


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 Nov 22 - Trump 'bombshell'...

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#15
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Nov 22 - Bitcoin plummets to a six-month low on China crackdown

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By Sin

LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin slumped to a six-month low on Friday after ChinaÂ’s central bank launched a fresh crackdown on cryptocurrencies, warning of the risks entailed in issuing or trading them.

Bitcoin BTC=BTSP, the world's biggest cryptocurrency, fell 9% to $6,929, its lowest since May, and was last down 7% at $7,107.

The PeopleÂ’s Bank of ChinaÂ’s Shanghai headquarters said it would tackle growing cases of illegality involving virtual currencies. It also cautioned investors not to confuse crypto with blockchain technology, the digital ledger that underpins many cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.

The move came a day after regulators in Shenzhen launched a similar campaign, and came as the PBOC prepares to launch its own digital currency.

Chinese President Xi Jinping said last month that the worldÂ’s second-biggest economy should accelerate the development of blockchain technology.

Bitcoin, known for its wild price swings, soared over 40% in two days after XiÂ’s remarks, with investors betting that BeijingÂ’s backing of blockchain and plans for a digital renminbi would accelerate the mainstream embrace of cryptocurrencies.

But since late October bitcoin has slumped by nearly a third.

Jamie Farquhar, portfolio manager at London-based crypto firm NKB Group, said the PBOC statement crystallized a growing sense among crypto investors that ChinaÂ’s embrace of blockchain would be unlikely to include cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.

“It’s the realization that the positivity over Xi’s blockchain announcement was exaggerated,” he said. “It may not include bitcoin at this point.”

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#16
6 hours ago


Nov 22 - NYTs Goes after Tulsi for her clothes.....

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By BernieDaGoat

They really hate Tulsi.

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What has happened to the white pantsuit? Watching the Democratic debate held in Atlanta on Wednesday night, it was one of the questions that stuck with me. ItÂ’s not as important as Medicare for All, obviously, or economic disparity. But given the role white pantsuits have played in the national conversation for the last three years, itÂ’s not immaterial. (No pun intended.)

It was only a mere presidential election cycle ago, after all, that the white suit was thrust into the limelight as a symbol of so much: women’s advancement and opportunity, and the possibility of change. That it became not an item of clothing but a placeholder in a continuum that began with the suffragists, continued through Geraldine Ferraro, and resonated today. That it sparked mountains of text and tweets and entire Facebook groups dedicated to celebrating its meaning and urging adoption — and then designating it the outfit of the opposition.

That Hillary Clinton made it a cause célèbre, #WearWhiteToVote made it a hashtag, Melania Trump made it a pointed subject of speculation, and the women of the 116th Congress made it a gauntlet.Now Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, underdog presidential candidate, has, by all indications, made it her uniform. And yet no one really seems to care.

Wednesday evening marked the third time Ms. Gabbard appeared in a white pantsuit during a debate.
Though she wore a red jacket for her initial appearance, back in June, by late July she had changed to head-to-toe white (not ivory, not cream), a look she repeated in October — she didn’t make the September debate, to her very vocal chagrin — and again this week. She is also pictured in white, looking soulfully into the future, on the home page of her official campaign website. When she filed her official declaration of candidacy in New Hampshire, she was wearing a white jacket and shirt.

That kind of repetition, especially during events geared toward the public eye, does not happen by accident. ThereÂ’s a reason she is opting for the imagery; a calculation behind the choice.

She should, by all counts, be seen as the standard-bearer of the tradition, so recently embraced by so many women. Yet reaction has been muted at best; more along the lines of “Hey, she looks really good in white,” than “our champion!”

Do we so quickly forget? Or is something else going on?

ItÂ’s not Ms. GabbardÂ’s relatively small slice of support in a large field; both Andrew Yang and Tom Steyer, with similar polling numbers, have managed to parlay visual symbols (math buttons and tartan ties, respectively) into an easy form of engagement and a*sociative shorthand.

Part of the muted reaction probably has to do with the fact that Ms. Gabbard has engaged in a pretty public battle with Mrs. Clinton, calling her “queen of the warmongers” after Mrs. Clinton suggested Ms. Gabbard was the favorite Democratic candidate of the Russians.

It may also have to do with the fact that instead of a single female candidate on the stage, there are still four (plus Marianne Williamson), making the imagery of a woman standing in white less loaded with portent.

But it most probably also has to do with the fact that Ms. Gabbard herself doesn’t seem particularly interested in connecting with the suffragists, but rather is using her white suits to tap into another tradition, latent in the public memory: the mythical white knight, riding in to save us all from yet another “regime change war.”

Her white suits are not the white suits of Ms. Clinton, nor even the white of Ms. Williamson, whose early appearances in the shade often seemed tied to her wellness gospel and ideas of renewal and rebirth. Rather, they are the white of avenging angels and flaming swords, of somewhat combative righteousness (also cult leaders). And that kind of a*sociation, though it can be weirdly compelling, is also not really community building. It sets someone apart, rather than joining others together. It has connotations of the fringe, rather than the center.

And it is a reminder that clothes, especially when it comes to the optics of politics during an era of the ubiquitous screenshot, are only as meaningful as the content that fills them.

This is like #tangate.
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#17
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Nov 22 - John Durham Reportedly Took a Third Trip to Italy, Is Now Investigating Pentagon

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By Eyesofchaos

AG BarrÂ’s US Attorney John Durham is reportedly digging deeper into the Deep State actions in 2015 through 2017 related to candidate and President Trump. Durham reported traveled to Italy for a third time last week and heÂ’s also reportedly looking into actions in the Pentagon as well.

Sara Carter reported US Attorney Durham is now investigating personnel in the Pentagon –

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Justice Department prosecutor U.S. Attorney John Durham is questioning personnel connected to the PentagonÂ’s Office of Net a*sessment, which awarded multiple contracts to FBI informant Stephan Halper. Halper, who was informing the bureau on Trump campaign advisors, is a central figure in the FBIÂ’s original investigation into President Donald TrumpÂ’s 2016 campaign, SaraACarter.com has learned.

These latest developments reveal the expansive nature of what is now a Justice Department criminal probe into the FBIÂ’s investigation into the Trump campaign. The revelation also comes on the heels of DOJ Inspector General Michael HorowitzÂ’s report regarding the bureauÂ’s investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, announced to Fox NewsÂ’ Sean Hannity Wednesday night the lengthy investigative report will be released to the public on Dec., 9
The Washington Examiner reported that Iowa Senator Grassley requested information from the Pentagon and received an inadequate reply –

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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley wrote to then-acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper earlier this month seeking details about contracts the Defense DepartmentÂ’s Office of Net a*sessment had with Stefan Halper, a former Republican operative and White House aide who became a foreign policy academic with close ties to both American and British intelligence.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, Halper had discussions with at least three Trump campaign members: foreign policy aides George Papadopoulos and Carter Page as well as Trump campaign co-chairman Sam Clovis. The New York Times reported in April that the Justice Department inspector general was looking into his actions to see if he exceeded the scope of his a*signment.

Grassley’s letter, which cited concerns about whether the defense contracts “were used to support potential partisan political or other improper or wasteful activities,” set a July 25 deadline. And while the Defense Department responded to the Iowa Republican’s demand, Grassley’s office said the department’s response was inadequate.
We know and have reported that Halper was also involved with and had discussions with a fourth Trump campaign a*sociate and that was General Michael Flynn, the war hero and President TrumpÂ’s National Security Advisor. Halper set up Flynn in December 2015. He invited Flynn to London to an event and Halper seated the General right next to Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was then used by the Deep State to tie candidate Trump to the Russians.

At that meal in London in 2015 there were two individuals who spied on General Flynn. Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud was also in attendance. The Obama Deep State was already spying on candidate Trump in late 2015 as we first reported in June 2018.

Now it’s being reported by Italian media that US Attorney Durham took his third trip to Italy related to his investigation into the Deep State’s 2015-16 actions –

John Durham making another trip to Italy to meet with officials as part of criminal probe.

Italian media is reporting he is making another trip

His third in 2 months #Spygate visit this link https://t.co/d6h9lBL8Je

— RockPrincess (@Rockprincess818) November 19, 2019

This comes as a former FBI employee is accused of altering FISA documents and is under criminal investigation by Durham.

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#18
6 hours ago


 Nov 22 - Elizabeth Warren says it's time to talk about reparations

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#19
16 hours ago


Nov 21 - Senator Graham To Open Investigation On Bidens & Ukraine

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By MELODY

Graham requests State Department documents on Bidens, Ukraine

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wants the State Department to hand over any documents tied to the Bidens and Ukraine.

Graham sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo requesting the documents "to a*sist in answering questions regarding allegations that Vice President [Joe] Biden played a role in the termination of Prosecutor General [Viktor] Shokin in an effort to end the investigation of the company employing his son."

Under Graham's request, he wants the State Department to hand over any documents tied to calls between the former vice president and former Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko, including if Biden brought up an investigation into Burisma, the company where his son, Hunter Biden, was on the board.

Graham also wants any documents related to a meeting between Devon Archer, Hunter Biden's business partner, and then-Secretary of State John Kerry.

Graham's request comes as he, President Trump and other GOP lawmakers have homed in on Hunter Biden as they've sought to push back against the House impeachment inquiry, which is investigating the president's actions toward Ukraine.

Hunter Biden worked on the board of Burisma, a natural gas company owned by a Ukrainian oligarch, while his father served as vice president.

Joe Biden pushed in 2016 for the dismissal of Shokin as prosecutor because of concerns he was overlooking corruption in his own office, and threatened to withhold aid to Ukraine if the prosecutor was not fired.

ThereÂ’s no evidence that Joe Biden was acting with his sonÂ’s interests in mind and the former vice president has denied doing so.

A bipartisan group of senators, in a publicly released letter in 2016, urged Poroshenko to make "urgent reforms" to the prosecutor general's office. Kurt Volker, the former U.S. envoy to Ukraine, also told House lawmakers last month during his closed-door deposition as part of the impeachment inquiry that Biden "was representing U.5. policy at the time."

"And it was a general a*sumption, I was not doing U.5. policy at the time, but a general a*sumption among the European Union, France, Germany, American diplomats, U.K., that Shokin was not doing his job as a prosecutor general. He was not pursuing corruption cases," Volker told lawmakers.

Graham has faced pressure from the right to use the Judiciary Committee to investigate the Bidens.

After inviting Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal lawyer, to testify, he appeared to reverse course, saying that the Foreign Relations Committee should instead call State Department officials to testify on the Bidens and Ukraine.

Graham's letter to Pompeo was sent on Judiciary Committee letterhead, suggesting that he's reversed course a second time by seeking to have his panel look into the requested documents.

Sens. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) — the chairmen of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and Finance committees, respectively — previously sent a letter to Pompeo seeking any documents tied to Hunter Biden and the Ukraine energy company.



Obama's administration really has the potential to be the dirtiest in history.



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Nov 21 - 1/2 of your brain gets removed....can you survive the aftermath

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A new study has revealed the remarkable ability of the human brain to adapt even when half of it is missing.
The brain is an important organ, so much so that the very idea of having any of it removed at all would seem positively barbaric - surely we need the whole thing in order to function in our daily lives ?

According to a new study however, this may not actually be the case.

The research sought to a*sess the brain health of six people who had undergone a hemispherectomy as a child - a procedure that involves either severing or removing half the brain.

Such an action is usually taken to reduce the chance of seizures in bad cases of pediatric epilepsy.

"The people with hemispherectomies that we studied were remarkably high-functioning," said study author Dorit Kliemann. "They have intact language skills. When I put them in the [brain] scanner, we made small talk, just like the hundreds of other individuals I have scanned."
"You can almost forget their condition when you meet them for the first time."

Now in their 20s and 30s, the patients underwent MRI scans while fully conscious.

Incredibly, the scans revealed normal neural activity and function within the brain.

"What surprises me is the degree of compensation that was noted," said Dr. Joseph Sirven.

"And if we could figure out the way that the brain compensates in this dramatic setting, and harness this compensatory mechanism for patients affected by stroke, traumatic brain injury or other conditions, that would be a very big deal."

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