The riots in the USA have upstaged slower-moving problems, such as the Epstein scandal, Big Pharma bribery of politicians, Israeli infiltrators, and so on.
Some long-term stories relating to DoJ FoIA disclosures should be perused, but first let us consider the riots, which were probably organized by foreign bribe-payers:
Note the comment on the following bitchute video:
MANUFACTURED CHAOS: SOROS FUNDED ANTIFA AGENT CAUGHT PAYING AND GIVING ORDERS TO RIOTERS
Note: I am making assumptions in the title of this video. I do not know with 100% certainty this is a Soros funded Antifa agent but based on past and present reports it seems so extremely likely to be the case that I will be very surprised if it is ever proven otherwise.
See discussion at:
A strongly related allegation was made in a comment at:
This is interesting, may be a “loving crafted” fake.
Or maybe not.
Interesting times indeed:
This an unofficial NYPD web site – Thee Rant:
and the document scan:
Posted by: Ward Broom | 31 May 2020 at 09:45 PM
Some cops claim that they have found documents suggesting the antifa were paid cash to riot. This has not yet been proven, so don’t take it as a solid fact.
On the topic of paid rioters:
Stupid antifa children of politicians might get those politicians into very deep trouble.
Whites kneel down to idolize blacks:
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version 2 of same story:
This post is too long to summarize easily! We have many, many links, below the fold:
Here’s a funny coincidence: George Floyd and Jeffrey Epstein got the same coroner. What are the odds?
Tucker Carlson knows the score:
How can Snyder still be shocked?
Commies gloat at US riots.
Anons dispute whether the guy who filmed a death had good intentions:
And now, as promised, the long-term DoJ news:
POTUS may be better for tech geeks than we realize:
Degenerates and traitors hate Bill Barr:
Related: RedState disdains Sullivan:
The Lancet may be guilty of malfeasance:
Tom Fitton is doing the heavy lifting as always. This guy should be elected to high office in the near future.
MSM used footage from the movie World War Z to portray fires from rioting
During a presser in the Bronx, @RepEliotEngel heard on hot mic asking “If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care.”
Protester Arrested in Chicago After Filming Himself Handing Out Bombs at MN Riots and Posting on Facebook
When they tell you that nothing ever changes, show them a calendar that summarizes relevant events:
Senate Republicans Set Summer Of Investigations Involving Biden
By Susan Davis • 3 hours ago
Senate Republicans have launched politically loaded investigations into the Obama administration and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden that are expected to carry on into the fall.
On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee begins the first of a planned series of hearings on the origins of the FBI’s 2016 Russia investigation into possible ties with the Trump campaign. Republicans are particularly interested in the decision-making inside the Obama-Biden administration.
Further, the Senate Homeland Security Committee late last month approved a subpoena along party lines for Blue Star Strategies, a consulting firm that worked for Ukrainian energy company Burisma when Biden’s son Hunter served on the board.
“The public deserves to know how a guy who was vice president of the U.S. who is currently trying to be president got away with using the U.S. government to force a foreign country to stop investigating a company that was paying his son over $80,000 a month,” said Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.
Andrew Bates, a spokesman for the Biden campaign, accused the committee’s chairman, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., of abusing his power to aid Trump.
“We’re in the middle of the worst public health and economic crisis in a century,” he said, “and what is Senator Johnson focused on? Running a political errand for Donald Trump by wasting Homeland Security Committee time and resources attempting to resurrect a craven, previously-debunked smear against Vice President Biden.”
It is the allegation at the heart of Trump’s impeachment — the president wanted Ukraine to investigate alleged corruption and conspiracy theories about the Biden family. Ukraine did not, and in December 2019, Trump was impeached for abuse of power by the House of Representatives for making the ask. The Senate acquitted the president in February after a contentious trial.
Senate Democrats are howling over what they say is Republicans using the Senate to try to help get Trump reelected. “There are literally matters of life and death waiting for our committee’s attention but instead this committee is doing the president’s personal bidding,” said Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., a potential contender to be Biden’s running mate.
During the first Judiciary Committee oversight hearing, senators will hear testimony from former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., plans to subpoena 53 individuals, including former FBI Director James Comey, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former director of national intelligence James Clapper — all frequent Trump political targets.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., had generally avoided weighing in on these investigations, but he fully embraced them in a recent Senate floor speech. “No matter what some Washington Democrats may try to claim, you are not crazy or a conspiracy theorist if you see a pattern of institutional unfairness towards this president. You would have to be blind not to see one,” he said.
Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley, who testified against Trump’s impeachment in the House, said investigations can be political and still have merit. “I certainly believe that the oversight interests are stronger when you’re looking at things like the Russia investigation. The Burisma controversy presents a more challenging question, however, I tend to favor some inquiry.”
As vulnerable House Democrats experienced during impeachment, high-profile partisan inquiries can spark political backlash when voters have more urgent concerns — like the pandemic, the economy and social unrest.
Graham was quick to announce last Friday that the Senate Judiciary Committee would also hold a hearing on police use of force.
Democratic strategist Scott Mulhauser is a former Biden aide, and a former Senate aide. He said Senate Republicans — who are fighting to hold their majority this November — could be making a political blunder. “It’s an overreach here, an overplay of your hand with these hearings. Taking your eye off the ball is a mistake that could cost careers.”
Graham says he would like to issue a committee report by October, ahead of Election Day.
Turkey seeks to arrest 118 military personnel over coup an hour ago
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Prosecutors in Istanbul issued warrants on Tuesday for the detention of 118 military personnel over their suspected links to a U.S.-based Muslim cleric as authorities pressed ahead with a crackdown on a network Turkey blames for a failed coup attempt in 2016.
The state-run Anadolu Agency said 72 of the suspects were detained in simultaneous raids in 35 provinces across Turkey for alleged ties to cleric Fethullah Gulen’s network. Police were searching for 46 other suspects, the agency reported.
The agency said 98 of the suspects targeted by the warrants are currently serving in the military and two of them are civilians.
Since the coup, about 77,000 people have been arrested and around 130,000 others, including military personnel, have been dismissed from state jobs in the on-going crackdown on Gulen’s network.
Gulen, who has been in self-imposed exile in the United States since 1999, denies involvement in the coup attempt which killed about 250 people and injured around 2,000 others.
The governor of Virginia refused to send his National Guard troops across the Potomac River into Washington D.C.
Governor Ralph Northam, a Democrat, turned down White House request
‘I am not going to send our men and women in uniform of a very proud National Guard to Washington for a photo-op,’ Northam said
Meanwhile, the White House inquired about taking control of D.C. police
Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser threatened legal action if they tried
Tattoos are a means of identification:
Satire: Lefties go anti-Trump at any cost: