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Liberal mag inadvertently 
exposed 'Trump dossier' lie
by ART MOORE 
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Tuesday Top Headlines 
by Political Editors:  Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo (ABC News)
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House Intelligence Committee finds no evidence of Russian collusion favoring Trump (Fox News)
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Mueller invokes unusual “conspiracy to defraud government” charge to ensnare more targets (The Washington Times)
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Trump wants a “phase two” of tax cuts (CNBC)
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Administration blocks Broadcom bid to buy Qualcomm, citing national security (MarketWatch)
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Senate GOP shoots down bill blocking Trump tariffs (The Hill)
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liar-Clinton says racist poor people voted for Trump, “optimistic, diverse, dynamic” people voted for her (The Daily Wire)
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GOP seeks to stave off big Dem upset in Pennsylvania (The Hill)
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Bill that protects freedom of those for and against same-sex marriage angers some on Left (The Daily Signal)
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Austin, Texas, on edge after spate of package bombs kills two (NBC News)
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North Texas teachers attend gun and active shooter training (CBS Dallas/Fort Worth)
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“Highly likely” Moscow ordered attack on former Russian spy in UK (The Guardian)
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Humor: Harvard now offering four-year degree in feeling oppressed (The Babylon Bee)
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Policy: Progressives might not want to look to the Old West for gun control ideas (The Daily Signal)
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Policy: Beware, Mr. President: North Korea wants its own version of the Iran nuke deal (New York Post)   
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Judge Jeanine – Trump Genius Brought 
N Korea To The Table Where Others Failed 
{ rickwells.us } ~ Judge Jeanine Pirro observes the fact that “genius is rarely recognized at the time it occurs... greatness most often realized not in the moment but rather in retrospect.” That is the situation she sees with President Trump, as he has “waged his unique battle to get North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong Un, to the bargaining table. What’s worse, aside from their criticism of his style, the media and establishment politicians have a deep-rooted hatred for Trump, who represents the end of their good old boy self-serving system and a return of power to the American people. She points out that as Kim continued to launch his missiles and conduct nuclear tests President Trump warned him he was in danger of experiencing “fire and fury like the world has never seen” and “that his nuclear button was bigger and more powerful than the dictator’s.”...   https://rickwells.us/judge-jeanine-trump-genius/
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Crazy Joy Reid Has New Fake Claim About NRA
by Joe Newby And Jeff Dunetz
{ lidblog.com } ~ Does Joy Reid get these crazy lies while in the padded room... wearing a jacket with he loooooooong sleeves that tie together in the back? During the Saturday edition of MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” host Joy Reid falsely claimed the National Rifle Association (NRA) is aligned with the alt-right in an effort to make guns a cultural issue, Breitbart.com reported. “The NRA has sort of aligned itself with the so-called alt-right,” she said, offering no proof whatsoever of her outrageous claim. “They’ve made it a cultural issue and sent signals that it is the scary brown people you need to arm yourself for civil war against. It’s crazy messaging. That next generation, very multi-racial, very multi-cultural. They’re not interested in that message.”... https://lidblog.com/crazy-joy-reid-fake-claim-nra/ 
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A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism 
in Britain: February 2018
by Soeren Kern
{ gatestoneinstitute.org } ~ February 1. Foreign Office officials invited 1,800 female staff members to wear Islamic headscarves to mark World Hijab Day... The department gave away taxpayer-funded headscarves, claiming they symbolized "liberation, respect and security." Critics, citing the compulsory veiling of women in Islamic countries such as Iran and Saudi Arabia, said the garment is a symbol of male oppression. Tory MP Andrew Bridgen said, "I'd like to know whose bright idea this was. It is ridiculous, a complete waste of taxpayers' money and not the business of a government department. I can't see the Foreign Office promoting Christianity or the handing out of crosses." February 1. Max Hill QC, the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, declared  that it is "fundamentally wrong" to use the phrase "Islamist terrorism" to describe attacks carried out in Britain and elsewhere. Hill said that the word terrorism should not be attached "to any of the world religions" and that the term "Daesh-inspired terrorism" should be used instead. Tory MP Philip Davies blasted Hill for "pandering" to political correctness: "It might not be acceptable in the trendy metropolitan circles he moves in, but all he's doing is showing how out of touch he is with the public at large. I suggest this politically-correct snowflake gets out more."...   https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12019/islam-multiculturalism-bri... 
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Nearly finished US peace plan won’t 
call for two-state solution — report 
{ timesofisrael.com } ~ US President Donald Trump’s peace plan is nearly finished and the White House intends to present to the proposal soon... The New York Times reported Sunday. Likening the plan to the Israeli-developed GPS app Waze — which allows users to bypass traffic jams — one senior US official told the paper that the “ultimate deal” would prevent both sides from falling into the traps that have sunk most other peace proposals. While the three senior officials interviewed for the article declined to provide the details of the proposal, they told The New York Times that it would not have a set of broad guiding principles as previous plans have been known to contain. Instead, the document is said to provide specific solutions to the main issues of borders, security, refugees and the status of Jerusalem...  https://www.timesofisrael.com/nearly-finished-us-peace-plan-wont-ca... 
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Austin package explosion leaves teen dead,
woman hurt after second blast in 2 weeks
by Travis Fedschun
{ foxnews.com } ~ A teenager was killed and a woman was seriously hurt after a package exploded at an Austin home early Monday... in a blast similar to another deadly incident nearly two weeks ago in Texas' capital city, officials said. Austin Police said they received a call about the explosion in a neighborhood on the northwest side of the city around 6:45 a.m., after the 17-year-old resident found a package on the front step, brought it inside, and opened it in the kitchen where it exploded. "It is very similar to the incident that occured in Austin on March 2," Austin Police Chief Brian Manley told reporters...  http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/12/austin-package-explosion-leave...
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Liberal mag inadvertently 
exposed 'Trump dossier' lie
by ART MOORE 
{ wnd.com } ~ A lengthy, glowing New Yorker magazine profile on the anti-Trump “dossier” author, Christopher Steele, reported the former MI6 agent knew that his work was funded by the liar-Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

That claim conflicts with the FBI’s explicit statement in its October 2016 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance application that Steele was unaware of who financed his work for Fusion GPS, the opposition-research company hired by the Democrats’ law firm Perkins Coie, reports investigative reporter Sara Carter.

Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe has testified to Congress that the dossier was essential to obtaining the warrant to spy on former Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page.

New Yorker writer Jane Mayer wrote that several months after Steele was subcontracted by Fusion GPS in the spring of 2016, he learned his research was being jointly subsidized by the liar-Clinton campaign and the DNC.

But in a footnote on the warrant application to the FISA court on Oct. 21, 2016, the FBI stated “Source #1,” meaning Steele, was “never advised” as to “the motivation behind the research into Candidate #1’s Trump’s ties to Russia.”

Former Senator Tom Coburn provides the solution to how “we the people” and the states can finally wrest control from Washington insiders in “Smashing the DC Monopoly,” available at the WND Superstore.

Carter asks: “Did Steele lie to the FBI or did the FBI choose not to disclose this information to the secret court?”

Steele held personal animus toward Trump, and was “passionate” about ensuring the real estate billionaire did not become president, Senior Justice Department official Bruce Ohr informed the Justice Department, according to the House Intelligence Committee’s majority Republican memo, released Feb. 2. Ohr met multiple times with Steele, beginning in the summer of 2016.

Steele was suspended and then terminated by the FBI as a source after he disclosed to the media his relationship with the bureau. But Steele, the memo states, continued contact with the Justice Department through Ohr, who worked closely with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

Republican senators Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and rino-Lindsey Graham, a senior committee member, have named Steele in a criminal referral, accusing him of making false statements about “the distribution of claims contained in the dossier.”

Meanwhile, the former Russian double agent authorities believe was poisoned with a nerve agent in the U.K. last weekend has links to Steele, the London Daily Telegraph reported Thursday.

The Telegraph said Sergei Skripal, who remains in critical condition, was in close contact with a security consultant who worked for Steele. The paper said that if the Kremlin believed Skripal “might have helped with the compilation of the dossier, it could explain the motive for the assassination attempt in Salisbury town center.”

Steele: Dossier ‘unverified,’ ‘raw intelligence’

The former Trump campaign volunteer Page has denied all of the accusations made against him in the Steele dossier and has filed lawsuits against Buzzfeed and other media outlets for publishing the claims.

Powerline blogger Scott Johnson points out that the New Yorker feature by Jane Mayer, which “presents Steele as a left-liberal heartthrob,” doesn’t mention the fact that Steele is the defendant in several defamation lawsuits contesting the veracity of the dossier.

With the stakes raised for false testimony, Steele has downplayed the significance of his findings, noted former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy.

In a lawsuit by filed in London by Aleksej Gubarev, whom Steele accused of participating in Russian intelligence hacking, the former British spy testified the dossier is merely a compilation of bits of “raw intelligence” that were “unverified.”

Steele explained he passed along the information because it “warranted further investigation,” not because he could vouch for its truthfulness.

Powerline’s Johnson observed that the New Yorker’s Mayer “should have been especially interested in Steele’s disclaimer of the veracity of his dossier.”

Mayer wrote that she represented the New Yorker when it was among the “major press organs” that met with Steele “during the stretch run of a contentious presidential election.”

Deadline for answers on ‘dirty dossier’

In an interview Monday with Fox News, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., reacted to the New Yorker profile, calling it “more evidence about how dirty this dossier is.”

“The dossier on the face of it is ridiculous,” Nunes said. “The Russians had an operation against us, but they’ve always had an operation against the United States of America, going back for many, many years and many elections.”

Nunes told Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs Wednesday that top officials from the liar-nObama and Trump administrations have until Friday to answer a questionnaire to find out what they known about the Democrats’ funding of the dossier.

Nunes said his committee has received “quite a few” responses, noting the initial deadline was last Friday. A few extension requests were granted, he said, and there are a few individuals who never replied.

“If they don’t respond by the end of this week, then they will be getting subpoenaed to do a deposition,” Nunes warned.

Wednesday night, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he is considering appointing a special counsel to probe the FBI and Justice Department investigations of alleged Trump campaign collusion with Russia in the 2016 election.

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“Stop Mass Hysteria”  Michael Savage On Current Media Frenzy: It’s Like A Virus, An Epidemic… It Will Die Of Its Own Oxygen Deprivation 

The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft interviewed Dr. Michael Savage on his latest book “Stop Mass Hysteria” this weekend.

“Stop Mass Hysteria” COULD NOT come at a better time. And our discussion with Dr. Savage on this subject was timely to say the least.

Dr. Savage discussed the history of mass hysteria in America from the Salem witch trials to the Trump-Russial collusion witch hunt.

Michael Savage also shared his thoughts on the mass hysteria surrounding the Brett Kavananaugh confirmation hearings.

Dr. Michael Savage: Let me just say starting from the beginning that there is a huge difference between mass hysteria and justified concern. And this is something we have to understand. There are imagined threats and then there is real danger as we all know. And this is an imagined threat – That Kavanaugh poses a threat to all women on the planet that he’s a mad rapist. That he will be on the Supreme Court running around and making the climate of rape more acceptable. This is the greatest example of mass hysteria since the Trump derangement syndrome. And it is a continuation of course, of the hatred of Trump and their hatred for those of us who supported Donald Trump, and Donald Trump’s agenda more than Donald Trump. It’s really not about Donald Trump it’s about the agenda which is largely based on modern nationalism that I offered for many, many years.

Dr. Savage is truly brilliant. He publishes a book on mass hyteria and the the Kavanaugh confirmation comes along.

Dr. Savage goes on to say the number one greatest threat facing America today is radical Islam. “For the last 1,400 years radical Islam has been at war with the world. This is not Islamophobia as the mainstream media would have you believe. It is history.”

Michael Savage took some time to bash CNN in his chapter titled “From Salem to CNN” where he compares the two asking, “They’re not too different are they?”

Michael Savage   @ASavageNation

MICHAEL SAVAGE AT THE PRESIDENT'S DESK (USED BY EISENHOWER, KENNEDY, CARTER, REAGAN, BUSH, CLINTON, BUSH, OBAMA, TRUMP)

Michael went on to describe the real “war on women” is the radical feminists who are actually debasing feminists and debasing women across America with false accusations, or exaggerated accusations.

Dr. Savage talked about the danger of mass hysteria, “It’s like a virus. As a trained epidemiologist it’s really like an epidemic. It’s almost a medical situation, this madness is very similar to an epidemic that continues to spread though a population without discriminating who it attacks. That’s the point. And so in stopping mass hysteria I try to bring real history to the discussion rather than straight polemics.”

Near the end of the interview I asked Michael about what will eventually the end of mass hysteria. Michael offered this, “We have to believe at the end reason will trump hysteria. We have to believe. I believe this mania we are living through will die of its own oxygen deprivation.”

Let’s hope Dr. Savage is right. He usually is. God help us.

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