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Bibi1581 Blog For 09/15/2018: Evening Edition

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1…………> White House Tweets: President Trump


14 hours ago


When President Obama said that he has been to “57 States,” very little mention in Fake News Media. Can you imagine if I said that…story of the year! @IngrahamAngle

14 hours ago

….GWU Research to tell them how many people had died in Puerto Rico (how would they not know this?). This method was never done with previous hurricanes because other jurisdictions know how many people were killed. FIFTY TIMES LAST ORIGINAL NUMBER – NO WAY!

15 hours ago

“When Trump visited the island territory last October, OFFICIALS told him in a briefing 16 PEOPLE had died from Maria.” The Washington Post. This was long AFTER the hurricane took place. Over many months it went to 64 PEOPLE. Then, like magic, “3000 PEOPLE KILLED.” They hired….

15 hours ago

Great job FEMA, First Responders and Law Enforcement – not easy, very dangerous, tremendous talent. America is proud of you. Keep it all going – finish strong!

16 hours ago

My thoughts and prayers are with Evelyn Rodriguez this evening, along with her family and friends. #RIPEvelyn

16 hours ago

“The story of Puerto Rico is the rebuilding that has occurred. The President has done an extraordinary job of cleanup, rebuilding electrical stuff and everything else.” @EdRollins “The people of Puerto Rico have one of the most corrupt governments in our country.” @LouDobbs





2…………> Hurricane Florence: The Day After


After President  Trump declared a disaster in North Carolina where hurricane Florence’s top sustained winds weakened to 50mph (80km/h), but still left a trail death and destruction behind, killing seven people and further catastrophic flash flooding.

Some towns have already had over 2ft of rain, and forecasters warn that totals could hit 3.5ft. Nearly a million householders have no electricity in the Carolinas, as President Trump’s disaster declaration for eight North Carolina counties freed up federal funding including grants for property repairs and low-cost loans to cover uninsured losses.








3…………> Records Of A Violent Hurricane: Social Media


 Hurricane Florence might have been downgraded to a category one storm, but it hasn’t become less deadly, carrying some 18 trillion gallons of water with it and has already started unleashing it on city streets in North Carolina.

The situation was further worsened by the fact that the storm had lost its speed before reaching land, allowing it to accumulate more water, which it is set to let loose on North Carolina, traveling through it at 5 miles per hour. According to the Weather Channel, the expected flooding in the state could range from 3 feet to 9 feet and presented a chilling visualization of how dangerous such a flood could be.







4…………> Cyclone Mankhut: Philippines



On the other side of the world, more than a dozen people have died as Typhoon Mangkhut rips through the Philippines as the strongest cyclone in years ravaged the island of Luzon, sending million in search of shelter.







5…………> MS-13 Ring Busted: Fresno


A federal grand jury in Fresno, California returned a five-count indictment yesterday against 16 members and associates of La Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), with the defendants charged with assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering (two counts); conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana; and being an alien in possession of a firearm (two counts).

According to the complaint and indictment, the defendants were allegedly members of MS-13 operating in Mendota and Los Angeles, engaging in racketeering activity, including murder, kidnapping, extortion, and drug trafficking. Its members span the nation and are active internationally as well. The charges allege that in May 2018, Denis Barrera-Palma and Edgar Torres-Amador assaulted another individual with a dangerous weapon in furtherance of MS-13 and to gain entrance to, or maintain or increase their status within, MS-13. They further allege that in August 2018, Lorenzo Amador assaulted another individual with a dangerous weapon in furtherance of MS-13 and to gain entrance to, or maintain or increase his status within, MS-13. The charges also allege that all defendants, except Amador-Torres, engaged in a conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana.

 Those proceeds would then allegedly be used for a variety of purposes, including funding trips to obtain drugs or commit acts of violence, putting money on the books of incarcerated MS-13 members, sending cash to MS-13 members in El Salvador, and getting more narcotics to sell.


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