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by Burt Prelutsky
American intelligence official warned
Israelis Russia had 'leverage' on Trump: report
{} ~ Israeli intelligence officials were warned in January that American intelligence agencies believed Russia had... “leverages of pressure” over President Donald Trump, Vanity Fair reported Wednesday. Members of Mossad, Israel’s foreign espionage agency, and other Israeli intelligence officials attended a meeting in Langley, Virginia, a short time before Trump’s inauguration. The meeting was largely uneventful, until an American “spymaster” announced the conclusion that Russian President Vladimir Putin had leverage over Trump. The official did not offer further specifics, Vanity Fair reported...
Republican PAC Fundraises 
Off Trump’s Defense of Roy Moore
by Davis Richardson
{} ~ A group supporting Senate candidate Roy Moore is fundraising off Present Donald Trump‘s veiled endorsement of the Alabama Republican... A Thanksgiving-themed email from Solution Fund PAC, a group aligned with Moore, appeared in voters’ inboxes with the subject line “Giving thanks for YOU and OUR PRESIDENT!” “We are thankful that his last words before leaving the White House to celebrate Thanksgiving were the strong words of support for Roy Moore,” the email read. While some Republicans like Senate Majority Leader RINO-Mitch McConnell and Arizona Senator RINO-John McCain have demanded the candidate withdraw from the race outright following allegations of sexual misconduct, others have publicly doubted those claiming Moore molested them as minors...
Moore Campaign Communications Director
Forced Out Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations
by Andrew Kerr
{} ~ The communications director for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has resigned, the campaign announced Wednesday... but at least one campaign worker indicated that it wasn’t purely his decision. John Rogers tendered his resignation last Friday, according to campaign chairman Bill Armistead. “As we all know, campaigns make changes throughout the duration of the campaign,” Armistead said in a statement obtained by Reuters  Wednesday. “John made the decision to leave the campaign last Friday — any representations to the contrary are false — and we wish him well.”...
{} ~ Iranian warships are set to leave the waters of the Persian Gulf to sail across the world and tour another gulf... the one that lies between the U.S. and Mexico. At a time when Iran is looking to expand and modernize its military in the face of what is seen as a growing U.S. threat, its newly appointed navy commander, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, held his first press conference Wednesday, announcing that a fleet of Iranian ships would soon depart for the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico en route to visits to a number of South American countries, Iran’s semiofficial Tasnim News Agency reported. The move is reportedly part of a push to project Iran’s military on a more global scale and establish international ties as President Donald Trump and his allies, including Israel and Saudi Arabia, seek to isolate the revolutionary Shiite Muslim power...
David Avella: Lastest Flynn Leak Is A PR Stunt
Study: TSA Is Failing Security Checks At An Alarming Rate
Democratic Lawmaker Tell John Conyers To GET OUT!
Facebook To Help Identify If You ‘Liked’ Russian Propaganda
Walid Phares On The Deadly Mosque Attack In Egypt
Prager U: Everyone Should Stand For The National Anthem
by Burt Prelutsky

I get it that a lot of Democrats can get audiences to jump out of their chairs and clap like trained seals by claiming they’re going to impeach the President. In fact, Rep. Mad-Maxine Waters will probably soon be signing a recording contract to do a rap version of “Impeach 45!”

Not to be left in the dust, her pinheaded colleagues Al Green and my own congressman, Brad Sherman -- whose head so closely resembles a pin, he could take his rightful place in an old-fashioned freak show -- might sign on as backup singers; the House version of the Supremes backing up Diana Ross.

But even if the Democrats could persuade the appropriate number of Republican legislators to commit political hari-kari by evicting Donald Trump from the White House, would they really be happy to see him replaced by Mike Pence, who is not only more conservative than Donald Trump, but has a squeaky-clean image and probably doesn’t even know how to tweet?

● Because I get the New American, I am privy to the scores they give House and Senate members. The editors decide what is the appropriate conservative response to various issues and then tote up the votes of all 535 legislators and rate their conservatism.

The built-in problems are, one, that you have to accept their decisions as to what constitutes true conservatism, and, two, they give equal value to all ten issues under consideration.

In case you’re curious, the only one who scored 100% in the Senate was Rand Paul, which might at least explain why he was attacked and had his ribs busted by a left-wing zealot. In the House, Tom Massie of Kentucky and Walter Jones of North Carolina also scored 100%.

The only zeros in either body were achieved by Sen, Bill Nelson of Florida and Mark Warner of Virginia.  The highest score by a Democrat was North Dakota’s Sen. Heidi Heitkamp with 30%. The lowest score by a Republican was, predictably, Maine’s RINO-Susan Collins, with 20%.

The problem I have is that two of my favorite politicians, Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, scored only 60%, but RINO-Jeff Flake of Arizona scored 70%. Which just goes to show that, as with other polls, the results can be determined by the questions asked and by those interpreting the responses.

To me, the most puzzling aspect of my research was that there are a dozen states that are represented in the Senate by both a Democrat and a Republican. I understand how states can have a mix of Democrats and Republicans in the House. Big cities tend to elect Democrats, rural and suburban areas tend to favor Republicans. But, for reasons I can’t pretend to fathom, the voters in Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Maine, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wisconsin, have elected senators in statewide elections who essentially cancel out each other’s votes.

● Ivanka Trump decided to weigh in on the Roy Moore election by stating that she had no reason to doubt the allegations made against the man by his victims. I wonder if she has the same blind faith in the allegations of women who allege they were victimized by her father,

It was also a question that frequently crossed my mind when Chelsea liar-Clinton would laud her own father as a champion of women.

● In California, there’s legislation pending that would compel Pro-Life doctors and groups to propose abortions as an alternative to their clients. It struck me as akin to forcing A.A. groups to provide liquor at its meetings. It could lead to situations where someone would stand up and announce: “I’m Burt P and I haven’t had a drink in the past 15 seconds.”

Not too surprisingly, the ACLU, which has gotten rich defending the free speech rights of Nazis, Communists and Mad-Maxine Waters, to spout vile nonsense, refuses to defend those who defend the inalienable rights of the unborn.

● Missouri, the show-me state, can boast a state attorney general named Josh Hawley. He has decided to investigate Google, which is very likely, in the words of Tucker Carlson, “the most powerful company in the history of the world,” for possible violations of consumer protection and anti-trust laws.

David going up against Goliath had nothing on young Mr. Hawley. I understand he intends to run for the Senate next year. Too bad Jimmy Stewart isn’t still around to star in the title role of “Mr. Hawley Goes to Washington.”

● In late 2016, Paul Krugman, writing in the NY Times, gazed into his crystal ball and confidently predicted the Stock Market would crash because of Donald Trump’s election.

A year later, the Stock Market continues to reach record highs. It seems to me that it’s about time that a bunch of big Swedes showed up at Krugman’s New York City apartment and made him return the 2008 Nobel Prize for Economics.

But, then, I always thought that awards should never be bestowed, but merely loaned. That way if, say, Laurence Olivier went on to stink up the screen in “The Jazz Singer,” “Inchon,” “Marathon Man,” “The Betsy,” “The Boys from Brazil” and “Clash of the Titans,” he would have to give back the Oscar they gave him for “Hamlet,” which, by the way, he didn’t deserve in the first place.

Finally, I'd like to take this opportunity to wish you folks a very happy Thanksgiving. You all, each and every one, give me a great deal to be thankful for 365 days a year.
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‘WikiLeaks Can’t Protect Their Sources’
Is The CIA About To Reveal Names Of DNC Leakers

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The saga surrounding who leaked sensitive DNC documents to WikiLeaks may take an interesting turn, hints former CIA officer Fred Rustmann.

WND reports:

The Central Intelligence Agency knows the identities of the people who leaked DNC emails to the whistleblower organization WikiLeaks during the heat of the 2016 presidential campaign, a former CIA officer contends.

Fred Rustmann, who served as an operations officer in the CIA’s National Clandestine Service for 24 years and was a member of the agency’s elite Senior Intelligence Service, said in an interview with WND that WikiLeaks’ ongoing release of classified information is “disgusting.” 

“WikiLeaks says they want to protect their sources – Julian Assange said that he wouldn’t reveal his sources, but he would say that it wasn’t the Russians,” Rustmann said. “But the agency knows a lot of the information. I suspect they may have a pretty good idea of who provided that information to WikiLeaks.”

Rustmann’s comments raise questions about potential plans for the CIA to reveal the names of those who allegedly leaked DNC documents to WikiLeaks.

Recently, the CIA made a veiled threat to WikiLeaks in respect to protecting their sources.

“WikiLeaks may think they are protecting those who provide them with classified information & other secrets, but they should not be certain of that,” the CIA statement said. 

In a statement to WND, Robert L. Deitz, a former advisor to CIA head Michael Hayden, called the threat “unprecedented.”

“It’s pretty unusual for the CIA to make a threat to WikiLeaks so publicly. It’s pretty unprecedented; one ought to be skeptical about this. That is not the way that CIA officials should operate,” Deitz said.

“This is the kind of thing, if somebody were to make this kind of threat it would come out of a different organization, DOD, State or maybe the White House. Traditionally it would certainly not come out of the CIA,” Deitz added.

WikiLeaks is in the news after both CNN and CBS falsely reported the group granted Donald Trump Jr. access to future leaks.

However, WikiLeaks had tweeted a link to the information days before the email reached Trump Jr.’s inbox. The fake news media claim this was stone cold proof of collusion, as WikiLeaks has long been smeared as a Kremlin puppet.


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