Monthly Archives: October 2019

  • Will Trump’s China Trade Truce Impact 2020 Elections? [VIDEO]

    Will Trump’s China Trade Truce Impact 2020 Elections? [VIDEO]

    When President Donald Trump launched his tariffs on China, many political pundits said that his actions would drastically hurt Trump in the upcoming 2020 elections. The sewagestream media, along with many Democrats instantly jumped at the chance to highlight the American workers impacted by the ...
  • UK Universities Bans Whites From Attending ‘Anti-Racism’ Conference

    UK Universities Bans Whites From Attending ‘Anti-Racism’ Conference

    The Student’s Union at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom has banned white students from attending a series of anti-racism meetings. The union says that the ban on white students comes as apart of its effort to shift from a “non-racist to an actively anti-racist” organization, ...
  • Report: Migrant arrivals in Europe surge in 2019

    Report: Migrant arrivals in Europe surge in 2019

    With 2019 three quarters of the way through, fears of a second migrant crisis continue to grow as the number of migrant arrivals in Europe has increased substantially compared to 2018. According to a report by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), the amount of migrants who’ve sought ...
  • Turkey Trashes Trump’s “Trash Talking” Letter – The Pence Gets Ceasefire

    Turkey Trashes Trump’s “Trash Talking” Letter – The Pence Gets Ceasefire

    Apparently Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, felt the best place for Donald Trump’s WWE style “trash talking” letter was in the trash! Fox News is reporting that the letter, which they first released, in which the president urged Erdogan “not to be a fool,” wound up in the trash bin. According ...
  • Maria Bartiromo Says She Got It Wrong on Release Date for FISA report

    Maria Bartiromo Says She Got It Wrong on Release Date for FISA report

    Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo, walked back her announcement that the Justice Department inspector general’s report on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuses would be released this Friday, October 18. Bartiromo had been saying that the report by Department of Justice Inspector ...
  • Extremist Group ‘Extinction Rebellion’ Paid 450 Euro-A-Week

    Extremist Group ‘Extinction Rebellion’ Paid 450 Euro-A-Week

    Extinction Rebellion activists are being paid as much as 450 euros-a-week to lead protests that have brought disorder and confusion to cities across Britain, new reports have revealed. Green extremist activists working for the organization have been paid nearly 230,000 euros since the protest ...
  • Rules Snafu Keeps Gowdy on Sidelines of “Team Trump”

    Rules Snafu Keeps Gowdy on Sidelines of “Team Trump”

    Congressional rules have kept Trey Gowdy from joining President Trump’s legal team, at least for now. Fox News and other outlets are reporting that Trump’s wish to hire former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy for his legal team – as he faces a tough battle with House Democrats over ...
  • 2020 Democrats Vow to Destroy Economy and Lowest Unemployment in 5 Decades

    2020 Democrats Vow to Destroy Economy and Lowest Unemployment in 5 Decades

    What a difference between a few years under different political administrations. Under Barack Hussein Obama, his policies set a record of over 40 consecutive months of unemployment at 8.0% or higher. Millions of Americans were out of work. they were losing their homes to foreclosure and filing ...
  • Bill Gates Met With Epstein Many Times

    Bill Gates Met With Epstein Many Times

    The spotlight that is being aimed at the relationship between Bill Gates and disgraced, deceased pedophile Jeffry Epstein is shining brighter and brighter. Fellow billionaire Bill Gates has downplayed his connection to Jeffrey Epstein, and has continually claimed that he had no business or ...
  • Turkey Looses Arms Exportation From It’s EU Friends

    Turkey Looses Arms Exportation From It’s EU Friends

    Germany and France announced on Saturday that they would halt arms exports to Turkey over its military incursion into northeastern Syria. “Against the background of the Turkish military offensive in northeastern Syria, the government will not issue any new permissions for any weapons that can ...