President Trump Assassination Attempt Investigation
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1d ago
It was a daring and sloppy move to attempt to assassinate President Trump given the revelations of the Kennedy assassination and the Dark Cabal enforcers we call the Mossad, the CIA and the FBI.   It stinks of desperation and it stinks of behavior hypnosis and grooming of a young man who looks eerily like the Sandy Hook shooter.  Nerd personified.  While facts remain sketchy at best, the same FBI that investigated the Russia Hoax, the Hunter laptop, and the 2020 bombs outside both democrat and republican headquarters, it is likely they will declare a Hinkley type conclusion ..read more
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National Burden of Injury and Deaths From Shootings by Police in the United States, 2015‒2020
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1d ago
The nation is at a loss as to why law enforcement officers did not fire first on Michael Crooks instead of let him shoot and injure former President Trump, David Dutch, James Copenhaver, and kill Corey Comperatore. How often to police shoot first in tough situations with potential threats? Ward et al reviewed nonfatal and fatal police shootings from 2015 to 2020 in the United States. “A total of 1769 people were injured annually in shootings by police, 55% fatally. When a shooting injury occurred, odds of fatality were 46% higher following dispatched responses than police-initiated respo ..read more
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Cock-ups, Conspiracies and the Failed Trump Assassination
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by No Author
1d ago
First, I have some corrections and expansions to yesterday’s post. WPXI in Pittsburgh, who have good sources in Pennsylvania law enforcement, are now clarifying that no counter-sniper teams were staged in the building that Crooks shot from at all. They were rather on the second floor of an adjacent building, which I have circled here in red: This should clarify why nobody heard Crooks moving on the roof before he opened fire. WPXI also note that law enforcement first took notice of the would-be assassin not thirty minutes, but a full hour, before Trump began speaking. This is w ..read more
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Inflation and the Fed’s Monetary Policy
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by Alasdair Macleod
1d ago
The dynamics behind interest rate policy Undoubtedly, market values everywhere are predicated on the Fed cutting rates. To a limited extent, this could become a self-fulfilling prophecy. So far, the effect on the 10-year US Treasury Note, which sets the valuation tone for all financial assets, has been to reduce its yield in recent months from 4.7% to under 4.2% currently. I have pencilled in a potential support line at 4.08% (the pecked line). While there is little evidence that this line will provide a floor to the yield, taking it as a reference point it should be noted that an anticipated ..read more
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Living With Perpetual Violence
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by Jacob G. Hornberger
1d ago
Notwithstanding the near-assassination of former President Trump, I could not help but find a bit of humor in the response of Republicans, Democrats, and mainstream-press commentators to the shooting — the response that says that there is no room for political violence in American society. Are they kidding? How can any reasonable person not guffaw at that statement? Ever since the U.S. government was converted into a national-security state form of government after World War II, perpetual political violence — as well as the threat of political violence — has formed the basis of America’s gover ..read more
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We Must Pray for Those Misled by ‘Usurper Bergoglio’
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1d ago
The following is a sermon written and published by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò for the Solemnity of the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ. IN SANGUINE TUO Homily on the external Solemnity of the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ Redemisti nos, Domine, in sanguine tuo, ex omni tribu, et lingua, et populo, et natione: et fecisti nos Deo nostro regnum. Rev 5:9-10 Dear brothers and sisters, First of all, allow me to share with you my serenity of mind in facing this trial. I experienced the same inner peace when, a few years ago, I rediscovered the Tradit ..read more
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Iwo Jima 2.0
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by No Author
1d ago
The Iwo Jima 2.0 pic, immortalizing the Trump fist surviving an assassination attempt, has taken the world by storm – generating everything from a meme tsunami on China’s Weibo to fresh anime in Japan. Not to mention the deluge of hats and T-shirts. This carefully composed pic changes everything – in more ways than one. So let’s engage in a first attempt to deconstruct it. We start with the major losers. The combo running Crash Test Dummy’s teleprompter/earpiece set up is essentially composed by Mike Donilon, Steve Richetti, Bruce Reed and Ted Kaufman. Government functionaries like Jake Sulliv ..read more
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‘Lady MacBiden’
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by No Author
1d ago
I am careful about my words. I don’t throw around accusations, and, for the legal record, I am not here making an accusation. This essay is deliberately written so as to not be an act of defamation or of libel. Here is my immediate response on Saturday July 13, to the assassination attempt. As I warned you all in my recent essay “What Time It is”, about the incarceration of Stephen K Bannon, the attempt on President Trump’s life on Saturday July 13 was sadly predictable, as we are in the period, foreseeable per the historical record in a declining democracy, of the “physical mop ..read more
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Guess Who’s a Secret Agent
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by Tom Woods
1d ago
This one’s such a doozy I hardly know what to tell you. I trust you are familiar with Max Boot of the Council on Foreign Relations. Max is like Bill Kristol: there isn’t a U.S. war in recent decades he hasn’t supported (oh, sure, 20 years later he’ll solemnly inform us that mistakes were made, but that’s about it). In supporting the Iraq war, for example, Boot cited the US occupation of the Philippines and the gruesome guerrilla war that claimed 200,000 Filipino civilians as evidence that eventually Americans prevail against guerrillas. Boot reviewed my Polit ..read more
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7 Things We Know About the Man That Shot Trump
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by Michael Snyder
3d ago
I am still in shock.  When I first learned that Donald Trump had been shot, I literally had difficulty processing the information.  I watched footage of the shooting over and over, and honestly I am still trying to put the pieces together.  The Secret Service is supposed to be far better at protecting our leaders than this.  If Trump had not shifted his head at the last moment, he would have almost certainly been killed.  Sadly, firefighter Corey Comperatore was not so fortunate.  He was killed by one of the bullets that the shooter fired.  Trump was hit in t ..read more
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