Conservative’s “fake news” comes under attack for now

Late post today, my apologies. Looking for a topic to write about took longer than usual. It is August.

Since President Trump’s Tampa rally a few days ago, mainstream media have been having a field day ripping into the movement called QAnon. I wrote about this some months ago here.

There’s a saying that “You only get flak when you are over the target” by last count there are well over 150 news article questioning Q-Anon as a conspiracy theory of the right. Many of these articles had very similar headlines and body copy as if it was provided by a centralized organization and disseminated to “news organizations” to post across the net.

At the same time the major web video and podcast organizations began banning Alex Jones and his InfoWars channel for alleged crimes committed years ago. Apple and YouTube are the major platforms taking Jones off the Internet.

Why now? Why has Q come under attack? Why censor Alex Jones for comments made about Sandy Hook shooting, which occurred in 2012?

I suggest that especially in Q’s case he is over the target.

In a post last month Q — who is a team of people believed to be in the administration with a military intelligence background — suggested that the Carter Page FISA report be unclassified and released by the president to show the level of corruption in the Obama administration in the lead up to the 2016 election.

This week there have been news leaks that Trump is considering it. I believe it will come out, but the information contained is so damning that it needs to be served in bite size chunks for the American people to comprehend the borderline treasonous acts contained in the document.

Certainly August is not the time for its release — especially if you want it to have an impact on the Nov. elections. As I said last month, nothing will come of this until mid-September at the earliest.

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Trump has an October Surprise in his pocket for midterms

Back in April of this year I wrote about what is now coming to the fore.

The story dribbling out now is how the Carter Page Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant was issued based on the Trump Dossier, which was paid for in large part by the Clinton campaign. Yes you have Fusion/GPS and Christopher Steele operating with Clinton campaign and the Obama White House all of which I covered here.

The whole Russian collusion case is based on lies forged in the dossier and circulated to partisan federal law enforcement staff in the FBI and DOJ, who cleaned it up a bit and included some other “questionable” facts and presented the finding to the FISA court for the surveillance warrant. The feds did not tell the court that the application was based largely on Clinton campaign opposition research.

The first ruling from the court did not grant the warrant, so the document was re-circulated among the same staffers: AG Loretta Lynch, FBI director James Comey, his second in charge, Rod Rosenstein, FBI investigator Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page among others and reissued to the court and was approved. All of this is known to my readers months ago.

However until the unredacted FBI application for the warrant is released Americans will not know the truly despicable acts taking place within the Obama White House to ensure a Hillary Clinton victory.

The most interesting development — largely overlooked by the press — was that the redacted FBI application was released at all. FISA operations have the highest security clearance in government. FISA operations are not subject to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. So who approved its release?

Only one person could declassify the heavily redacted FBI warrant application: President Trump. Will the President declassify the entire report? That could be an October Surprise in time for the midterm elections.

 

 

 

Big news from small businesses

This is the effect of a pro-business White House means to the US economy.

Main Street’s businesses are looking at a far brighter future, according to the latest survey taken by the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

Small business posted its second highest optimistic score in the history of the survey in February with a reading of 107.6. Continue reading