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One of the unlawfully extracted NSA/FBI database search results (’17’ About Queries) was a critical mistaken identity surrounding a “Michael Cohen” traveling to Prague. That mistaken identity is inside the Christopher Steele dossier. The mistake came as an outcome of FISA(702) database searches for Michael Cohen. That mistake connects the scheme behind the operation. The mistake is, therefore, a massive risk.

It’s a growing concern for border patrol as Laredo has become the number 1 crossing point for Bangladeshi nationals, a country that has known ties to terrorism.

The conspiracy theories fall apart when you examine them. Dig into the numbers and they don’t hold up. And none of them prove their central premise that the 2016 election was illegitimate. Like the Mueller investigation and most conspiracy theories, they go to all sorts of interesting places. But they never actually make the trip from A to B. Instead they’d like to tell you about Russian trolls, Canadian gay vegans, British intelligence agents, Macedonian websites, Japanese servers and everything else.

Financial analysts and large institutions have generally avoided gold and silver for nearly a decade. But the tide appears to be changing.

Starbucks and the Philadelphia police department are on the defensive as a video has gone viral showing them allegedly arresting two men for “waiting for a friend while black.”

Today’s fascists call themselves “anti-fascists.” Just like the Nazis, they are totalitarian: they are determined not to allow their opponents to murmur the slightest whisper of dissent. Forcibly suppressing the speech of someone with whom one disagrees is a quintessentially fascist act.

The implied — well more than implied — understanding of this threat to the homeland threat is that Muslims will strike here in support of the jihadis abroad.

Khuzami was in charge of SEC enforcement under Obama. He did speak at the RNC convention in ’04 in support of the Patriot Act and donated to McCain in ’08. But as we’ve seen with Mueller, that kind of thing is old news. The much more significant factor is his SEC gig.

Clearly, Mueller wanted to provoke. He hoped that this Gestapo inspired tactic would make Donald Trump appear guilty in the eyes of the world.

To get around the obstacle of public opinion, the United States government has an extensive history of lying their way into war.