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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Four scandals the media ignores

If you are just learning about these items, the news media you are reading or watching is Fake News.

This story broke at noon on Friday.

From the New York Post:
De Blasio employee arrested for child pornography
A leading young Democrat and de Blasio administration employee has a secret taste for sickening kiddie porn that involves baby girls as young as 6 months old, court papers revealed Friday.
Jacob Schwartz, 29, was busted for allegedly keeping more than 3,000 disgusting images and 89 videos on a laptop after downloading the filth from the internet.
The illegal smut shows “young nude females between the approximate ages of 6 months and 16, engaging in sexual conduct… on an adult male,” court papers say.
Schwartz’s father — labor lawyer and Democratic insider Arthur Schwartz — called his son’s case “a personal tragedy.”
“I understand these are serious charges,” said the elder Schwartz, who watched his son get arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday night.
“He’s already in therapy for this.”
If true, he should be in prison for it.

This story broke Friday morning.

From the Pioneer Press in Minnesota:
Charges filed against Tim Kaine’s son, others who crashed MN Capitol Trump rally
The chaos that counter-protesters brought into the Minnesota Capitol in March during a rally in support of President Donald Trump included smoke bombs, mace in people’s faces and fireworks, prosecutors said Friday as they announced charges against eight people.
Among the people charged was Linwood “Woody” Kaine, the son of Sen. Tim Kaine, who was Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016. The 24-year-old is charged with fleeing police on foot and concealing his identity in a public place, both misdemeanors, and obstructing legal process with force, a gross misdemeanor.
The inability of journalists to write a proper straight news story shows a disdain for journalism's foundation of answering who, what, where, when, how, and why.

It's all about the Narrative.

This broke on Wednesday.

From the East Bay Times:
Bay Area college professor used U-shaped bike lock in beating, police say
[SNIP]
Eric Clanton remained in custody in lieu of $200,000 bail at Berkeley Jail on Thursday and is scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. Friday at Oakland’s Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse. He was arrested on three counts of suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon that isn’t a firearm and assault causing great bodily injury.
In a statement Thursday, police acknowledged that video of the incident, captured by onlookers and posted on social media, helped them identify Clanton as the suspect behind “several violent assaults” that happened April 15 during the demonstration at Civic Center Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
Police confirmed Clanton can be seen in videos hitting people in the head with a U-shaped bicycle lock. Three people received “significant injuries” because of the beatings, police said.
But a politician shoved a reporter who got in his face.

Body slam!

Finally, this broke Friday afternoon.

From Townhall:
Circa: FBI Illegally Shared Espionage Data On Americans With Unauthorized Actors
Circa has been reporting on the intelligence community’s breaches into constitutional privacy protections. They reported that the National Security Agency had violated privacy protections for years under the Obama administration, but now they’re saying that the FBI also illegally shared spy data on Americans with persons who did not have clearance to review such information:
The FBI has illegally shared raw intelligence about Americans with unauthorized third parties and violated other constitutional privacy protections, according to newly declassified government documents that undercut the bureau’s public assurances about how carefully it handles warrantless spy data to avoid abuses or leaks.
In his final congressional testimony before he was fired by President Trump this month, then-FBI Director James Comey unequivocally told lawmakers his agency used sensitive espionage data gathered about Americans without a warrant only when it was “lawfully collected, carefully overseen and checked.”
Once-top secret U.S. intelligence community memos reviewed by Circa tell a different story, citing instances of “disregard” for rules, inadequate training and “deficient” oversight and even one case of deliberately sharing spy data with a forbidden party.
For instance, a ruling declassified this month by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) chronicles nearly 10 pages listing hundreds of violations of the FBI’s privacy-protecting minimization rules that occurred on Comey’s watch.
The behavior the FBI admitted to a FISA judge just last month ranged from illegally sharing raw intelligence with unauthorized third parties to accessing intercepted attorney-client privileged communications without proper oversight the bureau promised was in place years ago.
The court also opined aloud that it fears the violations are more extensive than already disclosed.
[…]
The Justice Department inspector general’s office declassified a report in 2015 that reveals the internal watchdog had concerns as early as 2012 that the FBI was submitting ‘deficient” reports indicating it had a clean record complying with spy data gathered on Americans without a warrant.
But Russia, Russia, Russia.

The American press is so Marxist that it thinks its purpose -- like Pravda's -- is to get people to stop believing in anything.




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10 comments:

  1. Trump and Sessions need to make sure there are consequences for violating the law. obama, hillary, rice, comey, holder, lerner, etc, etc, etc, etc, need to be held accountable.
    NOTHING ever happens when these egregious violations of law occur. They just resign or retire and collect their pensions. So, it WILL happen again, unless they are made to suffer consequences.
    Maybe not in an "honest" administration but, who is to say that another obama or clinton won't win election in the future.
    Is there any wonder that the deplorables dislike the media and government. NO ONE should be too big to prosecute.

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  2. Pay no attention to those low-lifes and criminals behind the curtain! The Great and Powerful MSM will decide what it is you need to know.

    #executeleeboydmalvo

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  3. They've been doing it forever.

    The selective outrage of the Left is boundless.

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  4. 4 stories is just the tip of the iceberg. You need some top-down time, but could probably list 40 ignored stories. The liberal media is in free fall.

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  5. I was aware of all four stories, but I don't get my news from the MSM

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  6. Another side of "most ignored stories" are Trump's outstanding accomplishments. That picture of king Salman shaking Melania's hand is PRICELESS!
    And BTW, Trump knows the Saudi's are not our friends. Making nice is diplomacy, not friendship.

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  7. The last story suggests that Comey may have committed perjury in his testimony, so it begs the question why there hasn't been more of a response from the multitude of Congressional committees that are "investigating" all matters Trump. And who the heck is Circa? I've never heard of them before. Are they legit? Can I trust them? This seems like it should be one of the biggest news stories of the year if not the decade. It makes the Watergate scandal look like kids' stuff.

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  8. Any common thug can administer the 'therapy' Schwartz needs.

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  9. I note the Kaine story doesn't seem to show up in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. I wonder why.

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  10. The reason Trump won is the Damocrats didn't realize how much fraud would be necessary to overcome the tea party

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