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1…………>  Today’s White House Tweets


Donald J. Trump

@realDonald Trump


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If you want to send a message to the Do Nothing Democrats that Kentucky and America support President @realDonaldTrump

—VOTE REPUBLICAN and vote to re-elect Governor @MattBevin and the whole Republican ticket!


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Team Trump @TeamTrump 13h

“While we’re Creating Jobs and Killing Terrorists, the Democrat Party has gone completely insane.” – President @realDonaldTrump


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Mark Meadows @RepMarkMeadows Oct 31

One reason why the ‘quid pro quo’ narrative is a fairy tale:

Not only were Ukraine officials unaware aid was even being delayed until a month AFTER the 7/25 phone call… the aid was released WITHOUT any new investigations.


Donald J. Trump



Lou Dobbs @LouDobbs

Oct 31

Debunking Radical Dems. @RepMarkMeadows on former WH official, Tim Morrison’s testimony vindicating @POTUS . #MAGA #AmericaFirst #Dobbs


2…………> Political Prisoner Assange’s In Grave Danger: Deep State Prison Treatment


“Julian Assange continues to be detained under oppressive conditions of isolation and surveillance. Unless the [Islamic Sheikdom of UK] urgently changes course and alleviates his inhumane situation, Mr. Assange’s continued exposure to arbitrariness and abuse may soon end up costing his life,” the UN special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment said, according to Nils Melzer.

He visited Mr.Assange in May, but he said he has new “medically relevant information” received from “reliable sources”, saying the treatment of WikiLeaks founder, and “Deep State” political prisoner, who is facing the threat of extradition from the Islamic Sheikdom of UK to the US on espionage charges, is putting his life “at risk.”

“While the precise evolution is difficult to predict with certainty, this pattern of symptoms can quickly develop into a life-threatening situation involving cardiovascular breakdown or nervous collapse,” he warned.


3…………> Trump On Beto O’Rourke: A ‘Poor Bastard’?


“Deeply confused” Dem’s presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke’s campaign fundraising and polling collapsed in recent months, as he struggled to deliver consistent vision and messaging as a presidential candidate, saying: “My service to the country will not be as a candidate or as the nominee.”

O’Rourke who was urged to run for president supporters of former president Barack Obama, has now become a target of President Trump’s attacks, being branded as a “poor bastard” and a “pathetic guy” following the end of his presidential campaign.

“He came out of Texas, a very hot political property, and he went back as cold as you can be… He was against religion, and if that’s the case, some really bad things happened — because he made a total fool out of himself.”


4…………> Caning Law Indonesian Cleric: Flogged For Adultery


An Indonesian Cleric was physically reminded what the Holy Books have said for a long, long time: “Thou shall not commit adultery.”

“The implementation of Islamic Sharia should be in all aspects of life, government and community without exception,” Banda Aceh assistant major Bachtiar said, as Mufti Mukhlis bin-Muhammad, a member of Aceh’s Ulema Council, the Muslim organization that helped the provincial government draft its religious laws, was caned 28 times in public for breaking a religious law on adultery that he helped draft.

Groups like Amnesty International say the laws are a violation of human rights and should be discontinued.


5…………> Asteroid Watch: JD1 Is Coming


An  enormous asteroid is on track to hurtle past our planet in a “close approach” trajectory this weekend, with NASA experts estimating that asteroid JD1, measuring somewhere between 656ft and 1,476ft (200m to 450m) across, and at the upper end of the scale standing taller than New York’s Empire State Building, is to approach Earth at around 8/44am EDT on Sunday, 3 November, zooming past our planet with a speed of more than 26,600mph.


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Bibi1581 Blog For 03/16/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> Stars At Sea: Memories

The celebrated Cunard cruise line was the first to introduce onboard photographers in the 1920s, as ships’ photographers would take snapshots of the passengers, creating prints in the darkroom that were then displayed on long tables the next morning. Travellers were able to put their orders in, and the photographs were then printed in Southampton and posted around the world. 

By 1936, when Cunard’s flagship the Queen Mary was launched, the firm employed a fleet of photographers working all night to supply the demand.


2…………> Encrypted Drug Dealing: Canada

Vincent Ramos, the chief executive of Canada-based Phantom Secure, and four of his associates were indicted by a federal grand jury today on charges that they knowingly and intentionally participated in a criminal enterprise that facilitated the transnational importation and distribution of narcotics through the sale and service of encrypted communications.

This is the first time the U.S. government has targeted a company and its principals for knowingly and intentionally conspiring with criminal organizations by providing them with the technological tools to evade law enforcement and obstruct justice while committing transnational drug trafficking.

“With one American dying of a drug overdose every nine minutes, our great nation is suffering the deadliest drug epidemic in our history,” said Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “Incredibly, some have sought to profit off of this crisis, including by specifically taking advantage of encryption technologies to further criminal activity, and to obstruct, impede, and evade law enforcement, as this case illustrates. The Department of Justice will aggressively prosecute not just drug traffickers, but those who help them spread addiction and death in our communities. I want to thank the FBI, DEA, Customs and Border Protection, Homeland Security Investigations, Washington State Police, the Bellingham and Blaine Police Departments, and all of our law enforcement partners around the world, including Australia, Canada, Panama, Hong Kong, and Thailand for their hard work on this case. Today’s indictment sends a clear message that drug traffickers and criminals cannot hide because we will hunt them down and find them wherever they are.”

3…………> Shoddy Vests: Japan

Toyobo Co. Ltd. of Japan and its American subsidiary, Toyobo U.S.A. Inc., f/k/a Toyobo America Inc. (collectively, Toyobo), have agreed to pay $66 million to resolve claims under the False Claims Act that they sold defective Zylon fiber used in bullet proof vests that the United States purchased for federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies, the Justice Department announced today, being fully aware that Zylon degraded quickly in normal heat and humidity, and that this degradation rendered bullet proof vests containing Zylon unfit for use.

“Bulletproof vests are sometimes what stands between a police officer and death,” said Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “Selling material for these vests that one knows to be defective is dishonest and risks the lives of the men and women who serve to protect us. The Department of Justice is committed to the protection of our law enforcement officers, and today’s resolution sends another clear message that we will not tolerate those who put our first responders in harm’s way.”


4…………> Sharia Country: Indonesia

Amnesty International urged Indonesia to block moves to introduce beheading as a punishment for murder in the country’s conservative Aceh province, by not following countries like Saudi Arabia using it as an effective deterrent.

In addition, it suggested that Indonesia stop drafting laws to criminalise gay sex, sex between unmarried couples.

“Beheading is more in line with Islamic law and will cause a deterrent effect … a strict punishment is made to save human beings,” Syukri M. Yusuf, the head of Aceh’s Shariah Law and Human Rights Office, said on Wednesday.

“We will begin to draft the law when our academic research is completed.”


5…………> Faulty Design: Florida

Six people are now confirmed dead, and more than 10 seriously injured after the newly built 950-tonne bridge crushed vehicles on one of the busiest roads in South Florida.

“Unfortunately, this has turned from a rescue to a recovery operation,” a Miami-Dade police said.

The number of those killed could rise since more vehicles could still be under the concrete and twisted metal, and rescue workers are combing through the rubble of a pedestrian bridge that collapsed onto several lanes of traffic at Florida International University.

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