Citizens for Legitimate Government
Richard Spencer stopped by authorities while traveling in Europe - report | 05 July 2018 | White nationalist leader Richard Spencer was reportedly stopped by authorities in Europe this week while attempting to travel to address young white nationalists. Spencer seemingly confirmed the incident Thursday on Twitter, sharing a Swedish-language tweet from another "alt-right" supporter saying that Spencer had been banned in Europe because of his views...ThinkProgress, citing Swedish media, reported earlier Thursday that Spencer attempted to travel to Sweden to make a surprise appearance at a conference for young white nationalists when he was stopped by Polish authorities during a layover in the country, who told him to return to the U.S. The Associated Press reported last year that Spencer had been banned from entering 26 European countries.
Under fire for ethics scandals, EPA chief Pruitt resigns | 05 July 2018 | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt, who pleased President Donald Trump by rolling back environmental regulations but came under heavy fire in a series of ethics controversies, has resigned, Trump said on Thursday. Pruitt was under scrutiny for months over first-class travel at taxpayer expense, security spending, connections with lobbyists and industry groups, accusations of using his office for favors, a $43,000 soundproof phone booth for his office and his rental of a high-end condo from an energy lobbyist's wife. Numerous Democratic lawmakers and even some fellow Republicans had called for his resignation.
Former MSNBC host Ed Schultz dies | 05 July 2018 | Liberal commentator Ed Schultz died at his lake home in Minnesota, according to a report on Thursday. WDAY in Fargo, N.D., reported that the longtime broadcaster died of natural causes. He was 64. Schultz started his career in Fargo before eventually working as a commentator and host at MSNBC. Fans praised his focus on middle-class issues on his TV show "The Ed Show," which was broadcast weekday afternoons. Schultz's MSNBC show was canceled in 2015 [after he spoke against the TPP - the Deep State scum-bags at MSNBC didn't like that very much], and in January 2016 he joined RT America, the English-language Russian news channel.
CIA Teams With Defense Industry to Undermine Korea Negotiations | 30 June 2018 | Factions within the CIA attempted for the second time in just over a month to undermine President Donald Trump's peace overtures towards North Korea by leaking information calculated to decrease confidence in Kim Jong Un's willingness to earnestly negotiate. On June 29, 2018, NBC News released a report quoting anonymous CIA officials who claimed that North Korea was increasing nuclear production at "secret sites" without providing any actual evidence for such claims. The report's credibility is further weakened by the fact that it also cited reports from a think tank which has strong connections to the defense industry and other private special interests. In disseminating their report, the CIA used NBC reporter Ken Dilanian as an outlet for leaks. As Disobedient Media previously reported, Dilanian was outed by the Intercept in 2014 as a CIA asset.
Russia, US top diplomats to meet after Putin-Trump summit | 04 July 2018 | Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that Moscow and Washington had agreed that he would meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo after President Vladimir Putin holds a summit with US President Donald Trump on July 16. Lavrov said his meeting with Pompeo would have to take place after the summit in Helsinki and not before because of his US counterpart's tight schedule.
Kim Dotcom eligible to be extradited to US, court rules | 05 July 2018 | Internet mogul Kim Dotcom has lost his bid to avoid extradition to the United States. The Court of Appeal released its finding today, upholding the decision of the High Court and District Court. Mr Dotcom and his three co-accused - Bram Van der Kolk, Matthias Ortmann and Finn Batato - are eligible for surrender on [phony] charges of money-laundering and copyright breaches related to the defunct file-sharing website Megaupload. The decision on extradition now rests with the Minister of Justice Andrew Little, according to the Extradition Act.
Trump administration set to scrap Obama-era guidelines for diversity in university admissions | 03 July 2018 | President Donald Trump's administration is set to scrap guidelines designed to promote diversity in university admissions, US media reported. The policies were introduced by Mr Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, and outlined legal recommendations for institutions looking to consider race in applications as a way to boost diversity on campuses. Mr Trump's government is now encouraging university officials to adopt "race-blind" admissions standards instead, echoing the policies in place during the Bush administration.
American border patrol agents stopping and boarding Canadian vessels - spokesman | 04 July 2018 | A little-known cross-border dispute that has simmered between Canada and the United States since the late 1700s is now approaching the boiling point. In the past two weeks, at least 10 Canadian fishing boats from New Brunswick have been intercepted by U.S. Border Patrol agents while fishing in the disputed waters around Machias Seal Island, a spokesman for the fishermen says. Laurence Cook, chairman of the advisory board for Lobster Fishing Area 38, said Wednesday that some Canadian vessels were boarded by American agents who asked about possible illegal immigrants.
House Judiciary Committee subpoenas Peter Strzok to testify in open congressional hearing | 03 July 2018 | The House Judiciary Committee announced Tuesday that it has issued a subpoena to embattled FBI official Peter Strzok to testify in an open hearing next week regarding the FBI's actions surrounding the 2016 election. The hearing, on FBI and Department of Justice actions around the 2016 election, will take place next Tuesday and comes after Strzok was accused of being "smug" during questioning at a closed-door Judiciary hearing last week. That appearance was the first congressional appearance by Strzok following revelations of anti-Trump messages he exchanged with colleague Lisa Page.
Wolfgang Halbig has stunning evidence that Sandy Hook Elementary School was closed months before 'massacre'
Wolfgang Halbig has stunning evidence that Sandy Hook Elementary School was closed months before 'massacre' | 18 June 2018 | We are told that on December 14, 2012, a lone gunman, Adam Lanza, went to Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) in Newtown, Connecticut, where in the space of 11 minutes, shot and killed 20 first-graders and 6 adults. We are also told that after the massacre, SHES relocated to an empty school in neighboring Monroe, CT -- Chalk Hill Middle School at 375 Fan Hill Rd. -- until a new swanky SHES was rebuilt with the $50 million from the state of Connecticut as a result of the shooting massacre. It turns out that SHES had moved to Chalk Hill months before the alleged massacre, which leads to this question: Since SHES had moved to Monroe, who, then, were the students and teachers whom Lanza shot to death at SHES on December 14, 2012? ...[Other 'oddities':] Years before the "massacre," the school was reported to be in disrepair and contaminated with environmental toxins, including the deadly asbestos. --Absence of legally-required designated handicapped parking spaces and signage in the many aerial photographic and video images of the school’s parking lot taken by news media on the day of the "massacre". --Testimony from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine of the school's lack of Internet activity from the beginning of 2008 through all of 2012.
Mexico's leftist Lopez Obrador wins largest landslide in country's recent history | 02 July 2018 | Veteran Leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been elected president of Mexico, winning the largest landslide in his country's recent history in a remarkable routing of what he terms "the mafia of power". Promising to combat corruption and drive down record crime rates, Mr Lopez Obrador captured 53 per cent of the vote, according to preliminary results - a historic victory for the party he created. Voters decided in their millions to turn their backs on the two parties which have ruled Mexico for almost 100 years, and finally give him a chance - sending his supporters into a frenzy. Donald Trump, the US president, was quick to congratulate the 64-year-old, who has charted a careful course of not antagonising his northern neighbour, but vowing to put Mexico first. "I look very much forward to working with him," said Mr Trump.
White House counsel to lead Trump's Supreme Court search | 02 July 2018 | White House counsel Don McGahn will oversee President Trump's selection of a replacement for retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, the White House announced Monday. The move is part of a temporary reshuffle of the West Wing designed to swiftly confirm a new justice on the high court by the fall. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said McGahn will receive assistance from a group of attorneys who will vet nominees and prepare briefing materials for Trump.
Terror plotter is arrested after pledging allegiance to Al Qaeda and telling undercover FBI officer he was planning to attack Cleveland's 4th July parade
Terror plotter is arrested after pledging allegiance to Al Qaeda and telling undercover FBI officer he was planning to attack Cleveland's 4th July parade by giving remote control cars filled with explosives to military children and blowing up a van --He also discussed plans for a future attack in Philadelphia | 01 July 2018 | A man has been arrested for allegedly assisting Al Qaeda [al-CIAduh] plot a Fourth of July terror attack in Ohio. Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts, also known as Abdur Raheem Rahfeeq, was arrested Sunday at 10am, officials announced in a press conference Monday. The US citizen allegedly proclaimed allegiance to Al Qaeda and planned to attack a Fourth of July celebration in downtown Cleveland by setting off a van filled with explosives and by sending remote control cars filled with bombs and shrapnel to the children of military officers. He also wanted to take St. John's Cathedral in Cleveland 'off the map'.
Man accused of planning terrorist attack in Cleveland had San Francisco travel plans | 02 July 2018 | A suspect has been arrested on terrorism charges in connection with planning an attack on Fourth of July in Cleveland, ABC News sources confirmed. The suspect, identified as Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts, was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio, over the weekend, the FBI said. The plot involved detonating a bomb on Independence Day. FBI charging documents reveal Pitts discussed possibly traveling to San Francisco to "conduct additional targeting and reconnaissance."
Mexico's Lopez Obrador Wins Presidential Vote as Rivals Concede | 01 July 2018 | Mexicans have elected Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as their first left-wing president in decades, according to exit polls that showed him headed for a landslide victory over two business-friendly rivals. A survey by El Financiero showed Lopez Obrador with 49 percent of the vote. Ricardo Anaya, leader of a right-left coalition, had 27 percent and Jose Antonio Meade, the candidate of the incumbent PRI party, was on 18 percent. Even though no official results are due for more than two hours, the numbers were decisive enough for the leftist's two main challengers to acknowledge his victory.
Russian military downs unidentified drones near Khmeimim Air Base in Syria - MoD | 01 July 2018 | A group of unidentified drones has been shot down by Russia's Air Defense units near Khmeimim Air Base in Syria, the Russian MoD has announced. No damage to the facility was reported. The objects were detected north-east from the military facility on Saturday, the base's authorities said. "All aerial targets were destroyed," they confirmed. [Good job!] The military, however, stopped short of naming exact weapon systems which were used to bring down the drones (UAVs).
Billionaire Koch brothers take on Trump | 05 June 2018 | Powerful US billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch [aka the Koch suckers] are funding a multi-million dollar campaign against President Donald Trump's trade tariffs. Three political groups backed by the brothers say they will use advertising, lobbying and grassroots campaigns to push the benefits of free [sic] trade. The duo run Koch Industries, one of the world's largest privately owned firms...The three Koch-backed groups launching the campaign against Mr Trump's tariffs: Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, Americans for Prosperity and the LIBRE Initiative, are urging the president to lift the recent tariffs on aluminium and steel imports as well as the proposed tariffs on other imports from China. [This is all the proof you need to know that the Deep State owns and operates "the Resistance."]
Protest of alleged 'Nazi' in New London leads to one arrest | 30 June 2018 | (CT) The protest of an alleged white supremacist working at a Bank Street eatery led to one arrest Saturday. More than a dozen protesters converged on the sidewalk outside Dev’s on Bank at 463 Bank St., waving signs to passers-by and handing out flyers asking for a boycott of the restaurant. The man depicted as a Nazi in the flyer, who allegedly works as a cook at Dev's, faced charges in 2015 for allegedly yelling obscenities and anti-Semitic remarks at a member of Congregation Beth El. Police were called to the restaurant shortly after 6 p.m. for reports of a disturbance. One of the protesters, Christopher Garaffa, 33, of New Haven, was charged with breach of peace in an altercation with one of Dev's employees.
Illegal immigrant is arrested for 'starting dozens of wildfires in Colorado that forced hundreds to evacuate and destroyed 38,000 acres of land'
Illegal immigrant is arrested for 'starting dozens of wildfires in Colorado that forced hundreds to evacuate and destroyed 38,000 acres of land', as video shows blaze rapidly engulfing one of the many decimated homes | 01 July 2018 | A man was arrested on Saturday on charges of starting a forest fire in Colorado that has destroyed structures and forced hundreds to evacuate their homes in one of dozens of wildfires raging across the drought-hit U.S. southwest. Jesper Joergensen, 52, was taken into custody last Saturday for the suspected arson that started the Springs Fire, according to Costilla County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page. Joergensen is not a U.S. citizen and will be handed over to ICE once he has faced arson charges, said a Costilla County detention officer.
Manafort Assistant Gave FBI Access to Storage Locker - Testimony | 29 June 2018 | A personal assistant to Paul Manafort granted the FBI access to a storage locker, allowing the government to secure evidence that President Donald Trump's former campaign manager is trying to suppress, according to testimony on Friday in a federal court hearing in Virginia. FBI special agent Jeff Pfeiffer made the disclosure at a hearing to consider whether evidence from the locker and a separate search of Manafort's home, both in the Washington, D.C., suburb of Alexandria, could be used in a Manafort trial set for July. Manafort's lawyers have sought to suppress the searches as part of a broader attempt to discredit the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is probing whether Trump's campaign worked with Russia to sway the election. Manafort, who is now in jail, has been charged mainly for financial crimes not related to the campaign.