And so it begins……..protecting their own…..

…And so it begins……..protecting their own…..

President Donald Trump said Thursday he will grant a pardon to Dinesh D’Souza, a conservative political commentator and filmmaker who pleaded guilty to a felony in 2014 over his use of straw donors to make illegal contributions in a 2012 Senate race.

"Will be giving a Full Pardon to Dinesh D’Souza today. He was treated very unfairly by our government!" the president tweeted.

Read more: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/05/31/trump-says-hell-pardon-conservative-filmmaker-dinesh-dsouza-615326

 

this game of chicken is one TRUMP will lose

clip_image002Playing this game of chicken is one TRUMP will lose

The Trump administration will impose new duties on steel and aluminum imports from three key trading partners — the European Union, Canada and Mexico — after failing to reach deals with them to address national security concerns related to the imports, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday.

Read more: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/05/31/trump-hits-us-allies-with-steel-aluminum-tariffs-615327

Courtesy, kindness, are not attributes which TRUMP possesses

image..Courtesy, kindness, are not attributes which TRUMP possesses…

 

 

 

Trump tweets regret for picking Jeff Sessions, but advisers say he’s unlikely to fire him

The president renewed his complaint about the attorney general’s recusing himself from the Russia investigation.

By Matt Zapotosky, Josh Dawsey and Robert Costa  •  Read more »

 

…I do not know if this information is true…What is worth exploring is why this data, information reputedly in official law enforcement files is being withheld from public disclosure…???

…I do not know if this information is true…What is worth exploring is why this data, information reputedly in official law enforcement files is being withheld from public disclosure…???

 

The Associated Press and local Las Vegas media outlets successfully sued the Las Vegas Metro Police Department (LVMPD) for the release of 2,000 pages of information previously withheld from the public about the biggest mass shooting in US history.

 

These reports confirm reports that I’d posted 7 months ago from eyewitnesses, Gio Rios, René Downs and Orora Monroe about active shooters at numerous hotels on the night of October 1, 2017 at the Luxor, Tropicana, New York, New York, MGM, Hooters, Aria, Cosmopolitan, Miracle Mile Shopping, Bellagio, Paris, Caesar’s Palace and Harrah’s.

 

Why did the AP sue to have these documents released and then not publish a word about these discrepancies?

 

Shockingly, this Las Vegas ABC affiliate KTNV 13 Action News report appears to be the only mainstream media report of this document release – and it was reported over a week ago on May 23, 2018 – and I didn’t hear about it until yesterday! I see ZERO other videos posted on this incredible development, not even by the journalists who’d been assiduously covering this mass shooting previously, like Jake Morphonios.

 

Laura Loomer additionally reported that the documents state that alleged ‘lone shooter’ Stephen Paddock had three women in his room at the time of the shooting. She says Sheriff Lombardo, who is up for re-election on June 12, intentionally misled the public about the details surrounding the Las Vegas shooting.

 

Running Time: 2 min  https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/lvmpd-docs-show-12-resorts-reported-active-shooters/

 

 

be assured that Arizona’s “water” guru’s will continue to report that Arizona has NO immediate

…But be assured that Arizona’s “water” guru’s will continue to report that Arizona has NO immediate water issue…

AP
No rain in sight: Fire fears force land closures in Arizona

Arizona Public Radio


State won’t support Quartzsite leasing Colorado River water

Fast Company


Climate change could shake up Arizona agriculture

White Mountain Independent


clip_image001How tree rings help measure Arizona’s ‘mega drought’

Arizona Daily Star


6 things to know about dire challenges to Arizona’s Colorado River water lifeline

 

…I suspect like “man-induced-climate-change” these opioid allegations will just be kissed off by the TRUMP government…

...I suspect like “man-induced-climate-change” these opioid allegations will just be kissed off by the TRUMP government…

As US opioid epidemic skyrockets, sea life now testing positive for Big Pharma’s oxycodone

 

Researching aquatic life has long been used as a barometer for evaluating pollution levels, and according to a recently published study, opioids are now showing up in the bays in and around Seattle’s Puget Sound—serving as yet another reminder that the United States’ opioid crisis has gotten completely out of control.Scientists at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) transplanted uncontaminated farmed mussels from Whidbey Island to various locations in the Puget Sound…
Read full article at NexusNewsfeed.com website »

 

Romney will do and say whatever it takes

…Romney will do and say whatever it takes to get to DC where he hope he can make another run for the title Mr. President….

Romney threads the needle on Trump in Utah Senate debate

James HohmannMay 30 at 9:29 AMEmail the author

 

THE BIG IDEA: Mitt Romney let it slide when his Republican primary opponent ripped him as a flip-flopping “Boston businessman” who “has seen fit to relocate here” during a Utah Senate debate on Tuesday night. He didn’t get worked up as the young state representative, Mike Kennedy, attacked him for signing an assault weapons ban as governor of Massachusetts and imposing an individual mandate that forced people to buy health insurance, a.k.a. Romneycare.

But the onetime standard-bearer of the GOP would not let it go when his opponent mentioned that Romney called Donald Trump a “phony” and a “fraud” in 2016 and recently attacked Robert Jeffress, an ally of the president, as a “religious bigot.” It came toward the end of an hour-long debate at Brigham Young University in Provo. Moderator David Magleby said there wasn’t enough time for the front-runner to respond. Romney protested. So Magleby, a professor at the school, said he could take 20 seconds.

“No, no, no, no,” Romney complained. “I get longer!”

The 71-year-old touted “relationships” he has with the Trump White House that he says will help him offset the clout being lost by the Beehive State with the retirement of Orrin Hatch, who has served in the Senate for 41 years.

“First of all, I’ve known the president for a long, long time and the president has endorsed me in this campaign — which shows he respects people who call ‘em like they see ‘em,” Romney said in a 55-second answer.

“I’m not sure with President Trump, you see things the right way,” said Kennedy, a practicing physician. “I do know some good doctors if you’d like a referral to get your vision checked because I think President Trump has been outstanding. He is one of the presidents that we have that actually keeps his promises … and I’m proud to stand with the president and not deride him publicly.”