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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

CLG: Why the MSM Is Ignoring Trump's Sex Trafficking Busts

 News Updates from CLG
28 February 2017
Previous editions: Former NSA analyst claims intel community will go 'nuclear' against Trump, ensure he will 'die in jail'
Trump to Seek $54 Billion Increase in Military Spending | 27 Feb 2017 | President Trump put both political parties on notice Monday that he intends to slash spending on many of the federal government's most politically sensitive programs - relating to education, the environment, science and poverty - to protect the economic security of retirees and to shift billions more to the armed forces. The proposal to increase military spending by 54 billion and cut nonmilitary programs by the same amount was unveiled by White House officials as they prepared the president's plans for next year's federal budget. Aides to the president said final decisions about Medicare and Social Security would not be made until later in the year, when he announces his full budget. But Sean Spicer, his spokesman, cited Mr. Trump's campaign commitments about protecting those programs and vowed that "he’s going to keep his word to the American people."
Trump's Budget Won't Touch 'Entitlement' Programs, Mnuchin Says | 26 Feb 2017 | Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said President Donald Trump's upcoming budget won’t touch entitlement earned programs such as Social Security or Medicare, and will instead focus on ways to produce long-term economic growth by slashing taxes. "We are not touching those now," Mnuchin said of entitlements in an interview taped Friday and broadcast Sunday on Fox News Channel. "So don't expect to see that as part of this budget, OK. We are very focused on other aspects and that's what's very important to us." Mnuchin said that the administration thinks tax cuts and regulatory relief will lead to a sharp increase in economic growth of 3 percent or higher.
Trump to Speak on Obamacare Repeal, Tax Cuts in First Speech to Joint Session of Congress | 28 Feb 2017 | President Donald Trump will address a joint session of Congress for the first time on Tuesday night, and he will give details on many of his proposals. The president says he will talk about his budget, tax cuts and the replacement of Obamacare during his first address before a joint session of Congress. The White House said Trump will also propose a 54 billion boost in defense spending by cutting c-sh for domestic programs and foreign aid, while improving efficiency, CBS2 reported.
US troops 'in combat' in Mosul, some have been wounded - Pentagon | 23 Feb 201 | While nominally operating as military advisors to the Iraqi forces, the US servicemen taking part in the assault on Mosul have been involved in front-line fighting and an undisclosed number have suffered battle injuries, according to military officials. US soldiers "have come under fire at different times, they have returned fire at different times in and around Mosul," said Air Force Colonel John Dorrian, the Baghdad-based spokesperson for Operation Inherent Resolve, the US-led coalition fighting against the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL [but still McCain's I-CIA-SIS]).
Iraq: US Forces Trying to Evacuate ISIL Commanders From Tal Afar | 23 Feb 2017 | Commander of Asa'eb al-Haq Movement affiliated with Iraqi popular forces of Hashd al-Shaabi said that the US forces have been trying hard to evacuate ISIL commanders from the besieged city of Tal Afar West of Mosul. After photos surfaced in the media displaying US forces assisting ISIL terrorists, Javad al-Talaybawi said that the Americans are planning to take ISIL commanders away from Tal Afar that is under the Iraqi forces' siege. In the meantime, member of Iraqi Parliament's Security and Defense Commission Iskandar Watut called for a probe into photos and footages displaying US planes airdropping aid packages over ISIL-held regions. Watut further added that we have witnessed several times that US planes dropped packages of food stuff, arms and other necessary items over ISIL-held regions, and called on Iraq's air defense to watch out the US-led coalition planes. Eyewitnesses disclosed on Wednesday that the US military planes helped the ISIL terrorists in Tal Afar region West of Mosul.
Just so we're clear: Exposed: Syria's White Helmets Are Al Qaeda's 'Civil Defence' | 23 Jan 2017 | The following video is a compilation of testimonies taken from Syrian civilians, finally liberated from almost five years of [John McCain's] Nusra Front-led terrorist occupation of all districts of East Aleppo. The unadulterated, unedited, uncensored voices of the Syrian people, released from Nusra Front aka Al Qaeda jail in East Aleppo, finally given a platform instead of corporate media's terrorist propaganda amplification and "regime change" narrative monopoly.
Islamic State planning attacks in Britain - anti-terrorism lawyer | 26 Feb 2017 | Islamic State militants are planning "indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians" in Britain on a scale similar to those staged by the Irish Republican Army 40 years ago, the head of the country's new terrorism watchdog said. In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph published on Sunday, Max Hill, the lawyer tasked with overseeing British laws on terrorism, said the militants were targeting cities and posed "an enormous ongoing risk which none of us can ignore".
Use of weaponized drones by ISIS spurs terrorism fears | 21 Feb 2017 | Late last month, a pair of Islamic State fighters in desert camouflage climbed to the top of a river bluff in northern Iraq to demonstrate an important new weapon: a small drone, about six feet wide with swept wings and a small bomb tucked in its fuselage. The two men launched the slender machine and took videos from a second, smaller drone that shadowed its movements...The incident was among dozens in recent weeks in a rapidly accelerating campaign of armed drone strikes by the Islamic State in northern Iraq. The terrorist group last month formally announced the establishment of a new "Unmanned Aircraft of the Mujahideen" unit, a fleet of ­modified drones [funded by John McCain, et al.] equipped with bombs, and claimed that its drones had killed or wounded 39 Iraqi soldiers in a single week.
Timbuktu bars smashed by Muslim protesters in Mali | 25 Feb 2017 | Dozens of young Muslims opposed to alcoholic beverages smashed bars and liquor stalls in the northern Malian city of Timbuktu on Saturday, saying they were "places of depravity", local sources said. "The youngsters were very organised, having targeted what to destroy," said a resident reached by phone who asked not to be identified...Several dozen youths were involved in the protest, a police source said, adding that at least five bars and stalls had been ransacked in the city more than 900 kilometres north of the capital Bamako.
British men jailed on terrorism charges after trying to leave UK | 25 Feb 2017 | Two British men who were caught trying to leave the UK via a southern port have been sentenced to more than seven years in prison after pleading guilty to terrorism offences. Mohammed Mayow, 23, from Hayes, Middlesex, and Mohanned Jasim, 21, from Southall, west London, were arrested at Dover eastern docks by police as they tried to leave the UK in November 2015. On Saturday, the south-east counter terrorism unit (Sectu) said in a statement that both men had been sentenced after pleading guilty to terrorism offences at the Old Bailey in London.
Swedish policeman blames migrants for the majority of country's rapes and shootings and accuses politicians of 'turning a blind eye' --He was not allowed to record ethnicity of people suspected of rape, shooting | 26 Feb 2017 | A Swedish detective who has triggered a row by blaming violent crime on migrants has gone one step further and accused politicians of turning a blind eye to the problem because of 'political correctness'. Earlier this month Peter Springare, who has spent more than 40 years in the police, aired his anger on social media when he was told not to record the ethnicity of violent crime suspects...Now Springare has told The Sunday Times: 'The highest and most extreme violence - rapes and shooting - is dominated by criminal immigrants' ... Prosecutors launched an inquiry, suggesting he had incited racial hatred, but later dropped the charges.
Unindicted 9/11 co-conspirator George W. Bush takes on Donald Trump on Russia, immigration and media [At least Trump was actually elected.] | 28 Feb 2017 | Former United States President [sic] George W. Bush, in his first interview since the start of Donald Trump's administration, said he sees a need for an investigation into the Trump team's [alleged] ties to Russia and voiced scepticism about his successor's approach to immigration and the media. "We all need answers," Mr Bush said during an interview with NBC's Today program on Monday regarding the Trump campaign's involvement with Russia prior to the November election...Asked if he agreed with Mr Trump's pronouncement that the news media is "the enemy of the people," Mr Bush was even more direct in his criticism of the new president.
Spicer checks WH staffers' phones for leaks, vows more searches coming | 26 Feb 2017 | As the Trump administration hunts for the source of a series of politically embarrassing leaks that have plagued the young administration, dozens of White House staffers have had their phones searched in what is being termed "recess" compared to what may be planned, two top administration officials told Fox News. One official told Fox that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer called nearly two dozen staffers into his office and demanded the staffers' cell phones in order to check for evidence of leaks. Spicer warned that the initial search would be "recess" compared to what awaits staffers in round two of the investigation, if the leaker -- or leakers -- aren't discovered.
Trump: I won't attend White House correspondents' dinner | 25 Feb 2017 | President Trump announced Saturday he will not be attending this year's White House Correspondents' Association dinner, a break with past presidents. "I will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening!" Trump tweeted.
White House bars some 'news' organizations from briefing | 24 Feb 2017 | The White House excluded several major U.S. [fake] news organizations, including some it has openly criticized, from an off-camera briefing held by the White House press secretary on Friday, representatives of the organizations said. Reporters [sic] for CNN, The New York Times, Politico, The Los Angeles Times and BuzzFeed were not allowed into the session in the office of press secretary Sean Spicer...Reuters was included in the session, along with about 10 other news organizations, including Bloomberg and CBS.
Trump's trade czar Ross easily wins Senate confirmation | 27 Feb 2017 | Corporate turnaround expert Wilbur Ross easily won confirmation as U.S. commerce secretary on Monday, clearing President Donald Trump's top trade official to start work on renegotiating trade relationships with China and Mexico. The U.S. Senate voted 72-27 to confirm Ross's nomination, with strong support from Democrats. Ross, a 79 investor, is set to become an influential voice in Trump's economic team after helping shape the president's opposition to multilateral free trade [sic] deals such as the now-scrapped Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Why the MSM Is Ignoring Trump's Sex Trafficking Busts | 25 Feb 2017 | Since President Donald Trump has been sworn in on Jan. 20, authorities have arrested an unprecedented number of sexual predators involved in child sex trafficking rings in the United States. This should be one of the biggest stories in the national news. Instead, the mainstream media has barely, if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests. This begs the question - why?...As the MSM has ignored these historical arrests, they have zeroed in on casting conservative icon Milo Yiannopoulos as a monster. They claim he supports pedophilia based on comments he made in a video years ago. The reality is Milo was a victim of child sex abuse, and although he did joke about his abuse in an interview, he in no way promotes pedophilia. The opposite is true, and he addressed this controversy head on in a press conference. Not only is it normal for sex abuse victims to make light of their abuse as a coping mechanism, Milo has personally taken down and exposed pedophiles in his columns over the years. However, the mainstream media and the left ignored this information and demonized Milo. The irony of all this is that the left and MSM have been the biggest proponents of pedophilia.
Connecticut governor to cops: Don't follow Trump immigration orders | 22 Feb 2017 | Connecticut's Democratic governor is telling state and local law enforcement they do not have to comply with federal requests to detain residents who are in the country illegally, a day after the Trump administration detailed plans that could lead to millions of deportations. In a memo to state law enforcement and school district officials Wednesday, Gov. Dannel Malloy (D) said Connecticut officials should not detain anyone solely on the basis of their immigration status. Federal immigration detainer requests do not constitute orders or warrants, Malloy's memo says. Law enforcement officials should not give federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers access to individuals in state or local jails, Malloy's office added.
NYPD official tells Trump that 'nobody' will get deported for jumping turnstile | 24 Feb 2017 | A top New York Police Department official said Friday that jumping a subway turnstile--a minor offense--will not get you deported if you are an illegal immigrant. "Even if you're a recidivist and jumped a turnstile for the fourth or tenth time, and we arrest you for the misdemeanor crime, that's a misdemeanor -- it’s not a qualifying" Larry Byrne, the deputy commissioner for legal affairs, told reporters, according to Politico. "Nobody is getting deported for a minor offense." The nation's biggest city is prepared to challenge President Trump's crackdown on immigrant-protecting "sanctuary cities" with legal action if necessary, New York's mayor said Wednesday...
Homeland Security unveils sweeping plan to deport undocumented immigrants | 22 Feb 2017 | The Department of Homeland Security issued a sweeping set of orders Tuesday that implement President Trump's plan to increase immigration enforcement, placing the vast majority of the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation. The memos instruct all agents -- including Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) -- to identify, capture and quickly deport every undocumented immigrant they encounter. The memos require undocumented immigrants caught entering the country to be placed in detention until their cases are resolved, increase the ability of local police to help in immigration enforcement, call for the hiring of 10,000 more immigration agents and allow planning to begin on an expansion of the border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Trump at African-American History Museum Denounces Anti-Semitism and Racism: 'It Has to Stop' | 21 Feb 2017 |President Donald Trump on Tuesday denounced the recent rise in bomb threats against Jewish community centers across the country, saying the anti-Semitism and racism that continue to afflict America must be addressed. "Anti-Semitism is horrible, and it's gonna stop and it has to stop," Trump told NBC News in an exclusive interview, after touring the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Federal authorities have been investigating a wave of phoned-in bomb threats to at least 10 Jewish community centers, including in Alabama, Ohio, Illinois, Texas and New York. No one was injured, and the threats appeared to be hoaxes, the Jewish Community Center Association of North America told NBC News on Monday.
Feds say at least 12 aircraft violated restrictions during Trump's Florida visit | 20 Feb 2017 | At least 12 aircraft violated temporary flight restrictions through Monday afternoon for President Donald Trump's Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago stay, with at least five of those having the unique experience of being buzzed by military aircraft, federal officials confirmed to The Palm Beach Post. Eight of those crossed the line on Friday alone, with three of those having what likely were unsettling encounters with F-15 jets and one with a military helicopter, according to the Federal Aviation Administration and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).
More than 200 protesters indicted on felony rioting charges from Inauguration Day | 22 Feb 2017 | A total of 214 people have been indicted so far on felony rioting charges in connection with the Inauguration Day protests in downtown Washington. On the morning of January 20, protests over Donald Trump's inauguration turned violent when black-clad "anti-fascist" protesters smashed storefronts and bus stops, hammered out the windows of a limousine and eventually launched rocks at a phalanx of police...On Tuesday, a grand jury in DC charged five individuals. This was in addition to the 209 other defendants who've been indicted on rioting charges earlier this month.
Thomas Perez elected the first Latino leader of Democratic Party | 25 Feb 2017 | Former labor secretary Thomas Perez was elected the first Latino chair of the Democratic National Committee on Saturday, narrowly defeating Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) at the end of a contentious battle over the fate of the beleaguered party in the age of President Trump. Perez's victory concluded the first contested race for the DNC leadership since 1985, a cont-st the party had extended by a month to allow more debate. It put in place the Democratic leadership that will navigate thousands of state and local elections - where the party hopes to reverse the losses of the past six years - and a 2020 presidential race that could divide the party again.
Another Useless Eater: New DNC Chair Perez Supported Obama's TPP 'Trade' Deal | 03 July 2016 | Labor Secretary Tom Perez, a potential Democratic vice presidential pick, isn't backing down from his support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the trade dealcorporate takeover opposed by Hillary Clinton. The debate over trade has roiled the Democratic Party, with President Barack Obama and many congressional leaders supporting the agreement and both Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders opposing it. The position is a reversal of sorts for Clinton, who has traditionally supported trade deals and spoke favorably of the TPP when she was secretary of state.
There's No Saving the Democratic Party If Tom Perez Wins DNC Chair | 16 Feb 2017 | The DNC chair race is the Democratic Party's last opportunity to make a unifying concession to progressives, who were cheated and disenfranchised during the Democratic primaries by former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz...Perez backs the same failed strategies that have run the Democratic Party into the ground over the last decade. An email released by Wikileaks from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta revealed that Perez advised the Clinton campaign to whitewash Sanders's campaign during the Democratic primaries in order to repel minority supporters...During Perez's tenure as secretary of labor, he stabbed labor unions in the back by supporting the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), despite virtually every large labor union strongly opposing it.
Union gets larger inflatable rat to outsize building owner's cat | 27 Feb 2017 | It's a game of cat and mouse - and the rodent is winning. A city union protesting at a Midtown construction site has erected an even larger inflatable [20-foot] rat, topping the blow-up cat that the building's owner amassed to show up the union's first rodent. The new vermin - put up at 8 a.m. Monday across from Grand Central Terminal by members of Local 1 of the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers union - stands at least a foot taller than the neighboring cat set up last week by One Grand Central Place's corporate owner, Empire State Realty Trust.
Oscars sensation 'Gary from Chicago' is attempted RAPIST: Stars' homes tourist was released from jail just three days before stunt after 22 years inside | 28 Feb 2017 | The man who stole the show at the Oscars as 'Gary from Chicago' was convicted of attempted rape and served more than 22 years in prison, DailyMail dot com reveals. Gary Alan Coe and his fiancee Vickie Vines were part of the group of tourists Jimmy Kimmel invited inside the Dolby Theater during the ceremony Sunday night, gaining instant celebrity. The pair made an impression as they calmly snapped photos of the celebrities sitting just inches from them, revealed they were engaged and even got fake-married by Denzel Washington. Gary, a native of the South Shore of Chicago, was only able to attend the ceremony because he had been released three days beforehand, he told ABC7.
College Faculty's New Focus: Don't Offend | 27 Feb 2017 | In recent years, hundreds of schools have created bias-response teams that field thousands of complaints from students from across political spectrum who believe they have been slighted or slurred over race, gender, sexual orientation or political views. At some campuses, conservative students have posted clips of lectures to expose what they see as professors' radical leftist views..."It's like the inquisition or McCarthyism," said Benjamin Ginsberg, a political-science professor at Johns Hopkins University. "Administrators have created new classes of victims and new classes of crimes. It diminishes the confidence of the faculty."
Penn State professors told: 'Avoid assuming the gender of any student' | 21 Feb 2017 | In response to growing concerns over "implicit bias and stereotype threat," Penn State professors have been provided a checklist suggesting ways to avoid microaggressing students, as well as ideas on how to make their curriculum and classroom more "inclusive." One bullet-point on the list: “Avoid assuming the gender of any student." It’s among 53 tips on Penn State's “Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms: Workshop Activity," which was recently posted as an online resource for campus educators in response to "reports from students that they experience implicit biases, stereotype threat, and micro and macro aggressions in our classrooms," the university’s website states.
University of Washington, Tacoma: Expecting Americans to use proper grammar 'perpetuates racism' --'While overt racism is usually easily identified, more elusive are microaggressions...' | 22 Feb 2017 | The Writing Center at the University of Washington, Tacoma, is telling students that expecting Americans to use proper grammar perpetuates racism. A press release put out by UW Tacoma's Writing Center argues that "there is no inherent 'standard' of English," and that pressure to conform to proper American grammar standards perpetuate systems of racism. "Linguistic and writing research has shown clearly for many decades that there is no inherent 'standard' of English," claims the writing center's statement. "Language is constantly changing. These two facts make it very difficult to justify placing people in hierarchies or restricting opportunities and privileges because of the way people communicate in particular versions of English." [Put a fork in me. I am done.]
Richard Spencer, alt-right leader, booted from CPAC | 23 Feb 2017 | Richard Spencer, a leader in the ethno-nationalist "alt-right" movement, was booted from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Thursday. In a short video posted online, Mr. Spencer said he was "expelled" from the event and had been "politely asked to leave." He had earlier held forth with reporters inside the event.
Milo Yiannopoulos Has Resigned From Breitbart Citing His ‘Poor Choice of Words’ | 21 Feb 2107 | After days of speculation, it is official: Milo Yiannopoulos is out at Breitbart, with news of his resignation reaching social media just minutes ago via Michael Grynbaum of The New York Times.
Trump administration poised to change transgender student bathroom guidelines | 21 Feb 2017 | The Trump administration plans to roll back protections for transgender students, reversing federal guidance that required the nation’s public schools to allow children to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that matched their gender identities. In a letter to the nation’s schools, administration officials plan to say they are withdrawing guidance issued by the Obama administration that found that denying transgender students the right to use the bathroom of their choice violates federal prohibitions against sex discrimination, according to a draft of the letter obtained by The Washington Post.
More than 200 San Jose residents evacuated in floods | 22 Feb 2017 | San Jose firefighters rescued more than 200 residents by boat in flood waters in the Rocksprings neighborhood at Senter and Phelan. New evacuations were ordered for the entire area along Coyote Creek north of Interstate 280 and South of 237 at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday evening. They expanded the mandatory evacuation order to nearly all residents East of Coyote Creek and West of Highway 101, except for the Bonita neighborhood.
It's International Polar Bear Day! | 27 Feb 2017 | Feb. 27 marks International Polar Bear Day, an annual event meant to raise awareness of polar bears and their conservation status. Polar bears are considered a vulnerable species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, and there are about 26,000 polar bears across five countries. (Video)
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