James O’Keefe Defiant After Media Outrage — Drops Freshly Leaked Washington Post Email From Inside Source
November 28, 2017 by Joshua Caplan
Following Monday’s outrage over Project Veritas and the Washington Post’s double sting, guerrilla journalist James O’Keefe is more motivated than ever to take down the mainstream media.
In a tweet Monday evening, O’Keefe remained defiant, warning the Washington Post he has the goods on the paper.
“Been fighting since Rutgers. There is always another vid and high level resignation around the corner. Always. @Project_Veritas doesn’t give up and doesn’t stop. I don’t fear being hated by the media. It’s a sign of respect. We have u/cs embedded all over. More WaPo vid coming!,” tweeted O’Keefe.
Been fighting since Rutgers. There is always another vid and high level resignation around the corner. Always. @Project_Veritas doesn’t give up and doesn’t stop. I don’t fear being hated by the media. It’s a sign of respect. We have u/cs embedded all over. More WaPo vid coming!
On Tuesday, O’Keefe tweeted an email sent by the Washington Post’s deputy managing editor Tracy Grant to the paper’s entire newsroom, notifying reporters of a policy change in respect to visitation.
“Beginning immediately, all requests to bring groups into the newsroom — whether students, visiting journalists, representatives of governments or other groups — must be cleared with me. Even for approved groups, we may limit where they can go and the use of still or video cameras,” wrote Grant.
In a follow-up tweet with the same email, O’Keefe asked, “How did we obtain this email? Project Veritas has sources inside the Washington Post, and there are more videos coming out from inside their newsroom this week.”
How did we obtain this email? Project Veritas has sources inside the Washington Post, and there are more videos coming out from inside their newsroom this week. http://pic.twitter.com/359uLz4z5r
Talk about picking the wrong residence to mess with.
What went down?
An off-duty Michigan sheriff’s deputy fatally shot a man who broke into her home around 2 a.m. Saturday, Detroit police told WDIV-TV.
The intruder — wearing a black ski mask and carrying a gun, police told WXYZ-TV — woke up the Wayne County deputy as he kicked in her door and entered her home, WDIV said.
But the deputy grabbed her gun and waited, WDIV reported.
Gunfire was exchanged, police told WDIV. While it’s unclear who fired first, the 15-year veteran deputy was the better shot, fatally wounding the 26-year-old intruder through the heart, WDIV said.
The unnamed suspect was pronounced dead at the scene, WXYZ reported.
The deputy — who’s 35, WXYZ said — was not injured, WDIV added.
The sheriff’s office said the deputy will be assigned administrative duties pending the outcome of an internal investigation, WXYZ reported, adding that Detroit police are investigating as well.
What are neighbors saying?
“I would have probably did the same thing,” Curran Pickett, who lives on the block, told WDIV. “She did what she had to do.”
“You come into somebody’s house — what’d you expect?” he added to the station. “And then, you’re armed.”
Another neighbor spoke to WXYZ — but without revealing her name or face — said she keeps a gun by her bedside given the break-in spike that’s hit once-quiet neighborhood : “I’m not playin’ … I know how to use the bad boy, and I’m not afraid to use it.”
Pickett said even a self-defense deadly shooting may not be so easy for the deputy to cope with: “That’ll be on your membrane,” he told WDIV. “That’s something you have to think about for the rest of your life regardless if you live there or somewhere else.”
In the end, Pickett said he hopes crooks thinking about similar crimes will start thinking twice — and he offered a simple message to them, WDIV said: “Stay out of people’s houses.”
With a Tuesday morning tweet sure to induce media whiplash as they have to twist themselves into human pretzels and divert from the “Pocahontas” faux scandal to the bad man picking on black millionaires, President Trump once again punted the NFL protesters.
The Thanksgiving Day weekend’s slate of games is now over and while the actual number of kneelers has drastically decreased since hundreds of angry blacks ran amok in week three, the problem still persists and is all but condoned by the league offices.
At least 24 players kneeling this weekend at NFL stadiums that are now having a very hard time filling up. The American public is fed up with the disrespect the NFL is paying to our Country, our Flag and our National Anthem. Weak and out of control!
The President continued to hammer the league as being “out of control” for failing to bring an end to this idiotic shit show that has devolved into a battle of wills between the obscenely overcompensated and grossly incompetent Commissioner Roger Goodell and himself.
The problem is that it is a battle of attrition that can be seen in the weekly numbers and they aren’t looking good. Sunday night’s marquee battle between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers was down considerably over last week and a sobering report that came out two-weeks ago estimates that the league and it’s partners are on track to lose $500 million by the Super Bowl.
As Roger Goodell, Jerry Jones, and the NFL engage in an ugly internal fight over the future leadership of the NFL, TV partners at CBS, ESPN, Fox and NBC are staring at their own internal conflicts — namely a substantial decline in NFL ratings that is on pace to cost the four networks up to $500 million in lost revenue.
Already several hundred million in lost revenue has been booked in 2017 and it has the league’s top executives and television partners scrambling to figure out what went wrong. How did a league that was setting ratings records in 2015 suddenly see its audience fall by nearly 20% just two years later.
While much of the attention has focused on the protests, according to ongoing conversations with several people close to the league and its television partners over the past couple of months, the ratings decline that will cost the TV partners up to $500 million can actually be attributed to four primary factors.
The factors can all be laid directly at Goodell’s feet and in addition to spitting in the faces of patriotic fans by tolerating cop-hating miscreants who fell that it is a good idea to wipe their asses with the flag they are:
Poor quality of the product, the dilution of quality games in the early Sunday time slot due to too many good matchups being moved to the night games, the concussion problems that are driving parents to keep their kids from playing football and the move of two teams to Los Angeles which has only had a downward pull on local ratings.
The entire article can be read HERE and it makes some good points, especially the analysis about the concussions.
As the old Greek proverb goes – a fish rots from the head down and Goodell must be having ulcers by now with Trump’s weekly sacking of his team at NFL headquarters.
Navajo Code Talker Breaks Silence – DESTROYS Elizabeth Warren With Epic One-Liner
November 28, 2017 by Cristina Laila
As previously reported, fake Indian Elizabeth Warren got super triggered after President Trump slammed her Monday calling her Pocahontas while honoring Native American code talkers.
“You were here long before any of us were here. Although we have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago. They call her Pocahontas,” Trump told Native American code talkers during a ceremony.
Liberals came unhinged!
Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren and the liberal liars in the media accused President Trump of being offensive by throwing out a ‘racial slur’ during the ceremony.
One of the Navajo code talkers, Thomas Begay broke his silence and destroyed Warren with an epic one-liner.
“The Marines made us yell ‘Geronimo’ when we jumped out of planes and that didn’t offend me either.”
Just met Thomas Begay who was “puzzled” but not offended by Trump’s Pocahontas quip: “The Marines made us yell ‘Geronimo’ when we jumped out of planes + that didn’t offend me either.” http://pic.twitter.com/6wOonggocE
“The fact that people are willing to be public can change things. I mean, we all talked about for years,” said Roberts.
Further, Roberts says that it “does make a difference” now that women are not being shy about this kind of misconduct. Roberts implied that Conyers’ predatory behavior was an open secret among the press corps.
“Don’t get in the elevator with him, you know, and the whole every female in the press corps knew that, right, don’t get in elevator with him,” said Roberts. She continued, “Now people are saying it out loud. And I think that does make a difference.”
People are treating this as proof of the press’s ideological agenda in covering up for Democratic malefactors. Why didn’t Cokie say anything about left-wing predators? To know if there was bias at work, though, we’d need to know how many Republicans were also known to the media to get handsy with women in the elevators but were never named and shamed. There were lots of barriers to a woman reporter exposing a male harasser that had nothing to do with ideology. The big one was, and is, defamation law. If you have a single accuser claiming she was groped, how do you substantiate that, especially if she won’t let you use her name in the story? Haley Byrd, a congressional reporter for the IJ Review, notes that she’s heard plenty of rumors about congressmen behaving inappropriately but if she started tweeting them out without amassing hard evidence she’d be buried under lawsuits.
You’re probably safe legally if you can find multiple women reporting similar experiences — of if you yourself were groped by the congressman — but there are other problems. Women who went public would risk public skepticism, retaliation from members of Congress in the form of lost access, and potential black-sheep status in their industry among male executives who wouldn’t want someone around who might object to their own handsy habits. You think Roger Ailes was eager to hire any reporters whom he knew had a track record of exposing powerful predatory men? Even if the accuser was believed, what percentage of the public in the 1980s upon learning that John Conyers had grabbed a woman reporter’s ass would have shrugged and said, “She’ll live”? Maybe his victims would have reported on Conyers if they had good reason to believe doing so would mean he’d suffer serious consequences, but right around the time that Cokie Roberts was making this point on Sunday morning, the first woman Speaker of the House was on “Meet the Press” spinning for Conyers. Democrats can’t or won’t get rid of him now, with the country in the middle of a minor cultural revolution about taking women who claim abuse seriously. How the hell would they have gotten rid of him in the 1980s?
Remember, the president of the United States currently stands accused by upwards of a dozen women of various forms of sexual misconduct. If that was no barrier to him getting elected, how seriously would a report on harassment by Conyers from a couple of women reporters have been taken until recently?
What’s interesting about this clip isn’t the fact that female reporters (or male reporters who’d also heard the stories) didn’t expose Conyers. What’s interesting is why his own congressional leadership didn’t expose him. The problem for the media, as noted, is the power imbalance: Even if they can clear the defamation bar, they’re going to make powerful enemies in the institution they cover by airing dirty laundry. Only someone more powerful than Conyers could semi-safely expose him and raise the odds that he’d be punished. Someone like … Nancy Pelosi, who’s been the leader of the House Democratic caucus for nearly 15 years. If Cokie Roberts was sufficiently tapped in to know that an elevator ride with Conyers wasn’t safe, Pelosi definitely knew. Exposing him could have wrecked her career, though. She aspired to be the first woman Speaker; taking down Conyers would have divided Democrats, risked alienating the Congressional Black Caucus, and frightened other harassers in her ranks who would worry that they were next. She would have been pushed out. So she looked the other way, just as the leaders of both parties have apparently been doing for ages. What did Dick Gephardt and Tom Foley and Tip O’Neill and John McCormack know about Conyers? They could have handed his head to the press corps on a silver platter if they had cared enough about his behavior to do so. They didn’t.
Pelosi’s trying to atone now by issuing a statement yesterday insisting that she believes Melanie Sloan, the former Conyers staffer who claims he harassed and verbally abused her. Stay tuned. In lieu of an exit question, read this piece proposing an interesting way to solve the prisoner’s dilemma that confounds women who have been harassed. No one wants to be the first to accuse someone of sexual misconduct because typically there’s no way to know if anyone else will be second. That’s a lonely fight. So how about a system of “information escrow” in HR departments in which women could submit complaints secretly to hedge against the risk of retaliation, on the condition that their complaint will be published if and when a predetermined number of complaints against the alleged offender is reached? Then no one has to be first. A group of accusers would all be revealed simultaneously.
ABC’s Cokie Roberts admits that she and all the other women in the press knew about Democrat Rep. John Conyers.
There is little question that members of the former Obama administration covered up and played down reports of wrongdoing regarding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to conduct official government business.
Yet, even as they acted as a Praetorian guard to protect her from the legal consequences of her actions, at least some of them knew she was in the wrong — but they were incapable of doing anything about it.
Such was the narrative that emerged from an exclusive interview between Charles McCullough III, former Inspector General for the Intelligence Community, and Fox News top reporter Catherine Herridge.
Once word got out that McCullough was looking into Clinton’s email arrangement, “There was personal blowback. Personal blowback to me, to my family, to my office,” he revealed.
The blowback really kicked in following McCullough’s notification to Senate Republican leadership that classified “Top Secret” documents had been trafficked through Clinton’s unsecured personal email server, a major violation that would send almost anyone else to prison.
“All of a sudden I became a shill of the right,” McCullough recalled. “And I was told by members of Congress, ‘Be careful. You’re losing your credibility. You need to be careful. There are people out to get you.’”
Yet, he persisted with his investigation of the email scandal and took his findings to the man who was his “boss,” former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who was as upset by the findings as most anybody else.
“(Clapper) said, ‘This is extremely reckless,’” McCullough remembered. However, being a dutiful politicized member of the administration, Clapper “mentioned something about — the campaign … will have heartburn about that.”
“(Clapper) was as off-put as the rest of us were,” stated the former IG, who recalled that the comments were made during an in-person meeting in either late 2015 or early 2016.
But that was nearly the end of his interactions with Clapper about the investigation. He recalled, “I was told by senior officials to keep (Clapper) out of it,” perhaps in order to grant the director plausible deniability and a free hand in the matter, though the IG added that he tried to keep Clapper in the loop as things progressed.
McCullough mentioned the 22 Top Secret documents he discovered on Clinton’s server, which would have caused harm to national security if ever made public, and noted how Clinton’s campaign deliberately misled the American public about the classified material that had been found.
By March of 2016, pressure on McCullough was increased in a “coordinated strategy” as he received a letter from seven top Democrats questioning his impartiality in the review. Pressure was also exerted against another unnamed senior investigator that was working on the review as well.
That pressure only intensified as Election Day drew near. “It was told in no uncertain terms, by a source directly from the campaign, that we would be the first two to be fired — with (Clinton’s) administration. That that was definitely going to happen,” McCullough recalled.
“I was, in this context, a whistleblower,” he continued. “I was explaining to Congress — I was doing exactly what they had expected me to do. Exactly what I promised them I would do during my confirmation hearing.”
“This was a political matter, and all of a sudden I was the enemy,” he added.
In conclusion, McCullough was asked what would have happened if he had done the same things as Clinton with a private email server, and without hesitation he replied, “I’d be sitting in Leavenworth right now.”
As an independent “watchdog” within the federal government, McCullough was only doing his job, and for that he faced intimidation, pressure and even threats against his life, career and family.
Members of the Obama administration knew Clinton had done wrong — they willingly prosecuted others for less — but let it slide either out of concern over the potential damage to the political party, or out of fear of reprisals from the odds-on favorite to succeed former President Barack Obama in office.
Thankfully Clinton lost the election nonetheless, and the truth is finally being told in regard to how she violated the law and how her comrades in the administration covered for her.
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Police said a 28-year-old man armed with a handgun and “multiple magazines on his person” wandered to an auto repair shop in Rockledge, Florida, the day after Thanksgiving and began firing in the parking lot, Florida Today reported.
The gunman killed one shop employee and paralyzed another, the paper said.
But two other Schlenker Automotive employees — both concealed weapons permit holders — fought back with their own guns, Rockledge Police Chief Joseph La Sata told Florida Today.
Police said the homicide suspect — Robert Lorenzo Bailey Jr. — was shot twice and in critical condition at a Melbourne hospital, the paper reported.
What did police say about the employees who fought back?
“If not for the brave, quick thinking of the employees at Schlenker, this could have been a lot worse,” La Sata told Florida Today. “Mr. Bailey had multiple magazines on his person. He was intent on doing harm. The employees stepped up.”
Who were the gunman’s victims?
Police said longtime Schlenker employee Roger Lee Smith, 50, was fatally shot by the suspect after stepping into the parking lot when he heard the shot that paralyzed his 25-year-old co-worker, the paper reported.
The paralyzed employee’s name was not released Saturday morning, Florida Today said.
What did those who knew the fatally shot victim say?
“He would do anything … anything for anybody. It hurts that somebody would hurt him,” Bnickcole Smith, the victim’s 27-year-old niece, told Florida Today in a follow-up report. “That man took from us a longtime husband, a father figure and a grandfather. He loved being with his family and was such a fun, outgoing person. Personally, it’s just destroyed me.”
“In this difficult time of mourning the loss of Roger and the severe injuries that (our other employee) has sustained, we would like to thank all of the community for the overwhelming support and prayers we have received,” Lou Schlenker, owner of the shop, said in a statement to the paper Sunday evening. “We know there will be a long healing process ahead of us but we want to reassure everyone that this is an organization full of dedicated, courageous, and heroic individuals serving this community.”
What do we know about the suspect?
Detectives are trying to learn the motive for the shooting, Florida Today said, adding that La Sata noted there was no connection between Bailey and the auto repair shop.
Brevard County Public School officials told the paper Bailey was employed with the district since 2014, working at Lewis Carroll Elementary on Merritt Island as a part-time custodian.
Bailey remains on the payroll, district spokeswoman Jennifer Wolfinger told Florida Today, which added that officials are reviewing his employment records.
Bailey also is known to friends as a bouncer and a regular on the Cocoa Village pub scene, the paper added.
The manager at the Dog and Bone British Pub told Florida Today that Bailey seemed to be behaving differently lately, adding that he was fired from his job at the pub after confronting a patron.
Another manager suggested Bailey see a doctor after Bailey said he believed the patron had a gun and was trying to kill him, the paper reported.
“You could tell he had gone through some type of stress or disorder. He kept to himself,” 26-year-old Paul Lyal, who learned about the shooting late Sunday, told Florida Today.
Lyal told the paper he met Bailey at the Dog and Bone several years ago: “Sometimes he would be quiet, other times out laughing with everyone. He would even do karaoke or just go upstairs and dance for hours. I’m just shocked like everyone else.”
Alec Baldwin told Iowa Democrats that former President Bill Clinton had a message for them: “stop believing that impeaching” President Trump is the answer.
Baldwin made the comments while keynoting the Iowa Democratic Party’s 2017 Gala on Monday.
“At a fundraiser in New York a couple weeks ago I asked a wise man, a great party elder for some advice as to what I might convey to you all here tonight,” Baldwin told the crowd.
“Here’s what he said to me. He said, ‘Alec you tell those folks in Iowa that we’ve got to get people to stop believing that impeaching this guy is the answer,’” Baldwin told the crowd, while impersonating former President Bill Clinton.
TGP’s Jim Hoft reported that EVERY SINGLE DETAIL of their public accusation was a LIE.
Republican Judge Roy Moore recently released testimony that proves far left Attorney Gloria Allred, accuser Beverly Nelson and the national media were lying about the allegations against Judge Roy Moore.
People are calling for the arrest of far left Attorney Gloria Allred.
The woman’s secret flight from the caliphate took place more than six months ago, aided by a smuggler who helped her sneak across the Syrian-Turkish border one spring night. But in spirit, this red-haired exile from the Islamic State never truly left.
She covered herself in black from head to toe to greet a recent visitor to the small Moroccan house where she stays, and removed her veil only when assured that her guest, also a woman, was alone. Over sips of mint tea, she spoke admiringly of her militant husband and the comrades she met in the Islamic State’s all-female brigade. Calling herself Zarah – she declined to give her family name because she had traveled to Syria in secret – she vowed that her children would someday reclaim the Islamist paradise she believes was stolen from her family.
“We will bring up strong sons and daughters and tell them about the life in the caliphate,” she said, fingering her teacup through black gloves. “Even if we hadn’t been able to keep it, our children will one day get it back.”
Zarah’s blunt-spoken fealty to the Islamic State was remarkable, given the physical and legal perils facing Islamic State residents who seek to return to former homes. But counterterrorism officials fear that the sentiments expressed by the Moroccan woman may not be so unusual.
For months, terrorism officials have been expecting a wave of returnees from the caliphate. But not this one.
In Morocco, the North African kingdom whose coastline faces continental Europe from across the narrow Strait of Gibraltar, just over 1,600 male fighters have traveled to Iraq or Syria since 2012 to join the Islamic State, along with a nearly equal number of women and children, according to figures compiled by the Soufan Group, a private firm that advises governments and corporations on security matters.
The flow of recruits from North Africa and Europe slowed to a trickle last year as U.S.-backed forces cut off the group’s supply lines and closed in on its final strongholds, and relatively few of the male fighters have come home, despite fears of a mass exodus as the caliphate neared collapse. Instead, foreign consulates in Turkey have been besieged by hundreds of women and children – the wives, mothers and offspring of Islamic State fighters – seeking permission to return home.