FBI used Trump Tower blaze to snoop on Trump: WH source

The FBI raids on President Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen took the legs out of the market on Monday. As news broke at about 3:10PM, the Dow dropped 310 points into the close.

However the talk around the White House pointed to the coincidence of a fire at Trump Tower over the weekend just prior to this take down of Trump’s lawyer. Continue reading

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Q-Anon told of McCabe’s firing weeks ago. Look out Mueller and Rosenstein

As I wrote yesterday this Q-Anon entity is very interesting in its ability to foreshadow the future. The posts two weeks ago laid out much of what we see today in the news.

While Monday’s news below was unsettling, there is another shoe to drop dealing with Robert Mueller. Continue reading

July jobs report bigger than Mueller’s motions

Friday’s job number of 209K beat the Street’s 180K estimate with hourly earnings ticking up 0.3% as mid-year raises kick in.

Equity futures markets are up 60 points on Dow unchanged from prior, despite the news out of Washington of a special grand jury being impaneled.

The dollar also strengthen on the job news.

The fact that the markets shrugged off Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s actions, speaks more to the continued DC gridlock, which the equity markets see as a buying opportunity.


I would like to acknowledge the passing of a great newspaperman and researcher Jim Marrs.

Marrs was a prolific writer with 14 published tomes and his book, “Crossfire” was used by Oliver Stone for his film, “JFK”.

Marrs was a cub reporter in Dallas on the day of the assassination and worked tirelessly for many years talking to sources within the Dallas police department and Secret Service to construct an alternative narrative to the events on Nov. 22, 1963.

Marrs taught a course on the Kennedy assassination at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Marrs was 74 years old at the time of his death.