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118645 No. 118645 ID: dc6cdc hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
https://nypost.com/2018/10/02/packages-sent-to-pentagon-test-positive-for-ricin/amp/


NEWS
Envelopes sent to Mattis, Navy chief test positive for ricin
By Yaron Steinbuch

October 2, 2018 | 12:59pm

James Mattis
James Mattis
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Two envelopes addressed to Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson have initially tested positive for the deadly poison ricin at the Pentagon’s mail facility, according to a report.

The packages, which were delivered Monday, were intercepted before making it into the sprawling headquarters of the Defense Department in Virginia near Washington, DC, spokesman Chris Sherwood said Tuesday.
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>> No. 118648 ID: 7bf3a7
>>118647
Huh. Mueller was involved in that one. Never knew. Being the FBI director, he wasn't the lead on the investigation, but given the scope, importance, and public scrutiny involved, I'm sure he was sticking his nose in it early and often.
>> No. 118650 ID: f2172d
Already made an arrest.

>A 39-year-old U.S. Navy veteran has confessed to sending letters to U.S. President Donald Trump and other senior officials that were initially feared to contain the poison ricin when they were discovered this week, court documents showed.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-pentagon-ricin/utah-man-confessed-sending-letters-in-ricin-scare-court-documents-idUSKCN1ME2RE
>> No. 118651 ID: 013660
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>>118650
That was quick.
>> No. 118655 ID: 3f6978
>>118647
Convenient that he died before being charged.
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118652 No. 118652 ID: f5c3ed hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>The drama of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the US Supreme Court finally ended on Saturday afternoon, when without any last-minute surprises, the US Senate voted Kavanaugh to become the 114th Justice to the US Supreme Court in a major victory for both the Republican party and President Trump.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-06/watch-live-senate-votes-confirm-kavinaugh
>> No. 118653 ID: b430d1
I grew up in Fairfax County VA, just outside of DC and I knew all the same people as those two did. Whatever was between them was chad & stacy shit, they both deserve to be up against the wall on the day of the revolution. Even worse than them were the Langley High School people. Langley is the fanciest public school in the nation, coincidentally in the same locale that senators live in. Great Falls isn't bad either but its a 15 minute further commute to DC. When Dan Quayle was VP his son was a Langley boy. Some of the private school kids were actually cool, but only because some of them got into private school when they got kicked out of public school and their parents had no other choice. Those few Judd Nelson/John Bender types (I know it seems implausible that such a type would exist in the nation's wealthiest suburb, but I witnessed it myself, I may have even smoked pot with some of them) were never in the same circle as the Chad & Stacy kegger crowd. Chad Kavaknickerbocker ended his life as a rich and famous successful legal figure because he was raised as rich kid with an enormous sense of entitlement and Indelible Stacy Ford ended her life as a rich and famous successful legal figure because she was raised as rich kid with an enormous sense of entitlement. I still live in that part of Virginia, not too far from CIA HQ. Somehow I didn't get to be raised as rich kid with an enormous sense of entitlement and that kind of pisses me off, I'm not famous or successful at all and I'm only rich mainly because of massive inherited wealth. I couldn't afford this zip code before my parents died, but now I can afford to raise my kids as rich entitled spoiled little brats and send them to Ivy league shitheadfactories. One day I will command the universe, I'm making all four of my kids grow up to be president and them imma make them build me space ships (I didn't inherit private spacecraft money, only 7 figures + 2 houses) and I'm going to be the first guy on Mars as an old man and once established there I'm gonna nuke Earth and have the universe all to myself.


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118566 No. 118566 ID: 789d4a hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/365351-mccain-war-hero-and-senate-giant-dies

John McCain, a giant of the Senate who survived years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam to become a leading actor on the political stage for decades, died Saturday at the age of 81.
>> No. 118571 ID: 3f8805
http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/403891-gop-senator-mccain-is-partially-to-blame-for-controversy-over-white-house?amp

GOP Sen. James Inhofe (Okla.) on Monday said the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is "partially to blame" for the controversy over President Trump's raising and then re-lowering American flags to mark McCain's death.

The White House on Monday afternoon re-lowered its flags to half staff after facing widespread pushback for returning them to full staff less than 48 hours after McCain's death on Saturday.

In response to a question about the flag controversy, Inhofe, who is expected to succeed McCain as the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the former GOP presidential nominee was not "courteous" to Trump.

"Well, you know, frankly, I think that John McCain is partially to blame for that because he is very outspoken," Inhofe told reporters, according to CNN. "He disagreed with the president in certain areas and wasn't too courteous about it."


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  Posting here after this was shadow banned by different submitters on plebbit's /r/news and mod-banned at /r/worldnews

Undercover video taken by an investigator from Project Veritas shows current and former Twotter employees bragging how they use machine learning to censor content on their platform.

https://www.projectveritas.com/2018/01/11/undercover-video-twitter-engineers-to-ban-a-way-of-talking-through-shadow-banning-algorithms-to-censor-opposing-political-opinions/
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>> No. 118533 ID: 2c3f6d
TeleSUR is a Latin American news and television network which often reports on stories censored or unreported in the mainstream U.S. and U.K news outlets. It is included by Project Censored as one of its 'Independent News Sources'.

From TeleSUR:

>teleSUR English's page has been removed from Facebook for the second time this year without any specific reason being provided. It should be noted that the first time this occurred back in January 2018, Facebook did NOT provide any explanation in spite of our best efforts to understand their rationale. This is an alarming development in light of the recent shutting down of pages that don't fit a mainstream narrative.

>This is currently the only communication we have received from Facebook:

>"Hello,

>Your Page "teleSUR English" has been removed for violating our Terms of Use. A Facebook Page is a distinct presence used solely for business or promotional purposes. Among other things, Pages that are hateful, threatening or obscene are not allowed. We also take down Pages that attack an individual or group, or that are set up by an unauthorised individual. If your Page was removed for any of the above reasons, it will not be reinstated. Continued misuse of Facebook's features could result in the permanent loss of your account.

>The Facebook Team"

>We will keep you informed as news develop.
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>> No. 118534 ID: 8ef802
>>118533
TeleSUR is the Venezuelan government's propaganda mouthpiece and exists only to claim that EVERYTHING IS FINE while their country slips further into anarchy at the hands of it's incompetent socialist looters, i'm sorry, "moderate anti-imperialists."
>> No. 118535 ID: e69291
>>118534
Your mother is my cock's mouthpiece

(mediocre.)
(/n/ 2)
>> No. 118559 ID: 00146d
>>118534
>TeleSUR is the Venezuelan government's propaganda mouthpiece and exists only to claim that EVERYTHING IS FINE while their country slips further into anarchy at the hands of it's incompetent socialist looters, i'm sorry, "moderate anti-imperialists."

Is that unlike how any reporting critical of the United States is 'propaganda of a foreign power'?
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Wow turns out the SUPER MALE VITALITY ESTROGEN PILLS make you watch a guy with breast implants eat another guy's ass. So manly.

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118565 No. 118565 ID: 1b83dc hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/403492-dnc-moves-to-limit-role-of-superdelegates-in-presidential-nominations

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to limit the role of superdelegates in choosing the party’s presidential nominee, moving to heal internal divisions that emerged during the bitter 2016 primaries.

The reform, adopted by voice vote at the DNC’s summer meeting in Chicago, will bar superdelegates — lawmakers, former presidents and other party dignitaries — from voting during the first ballot of the nominating process.
>> No. 118568 ID: 41441c
Meanwhile the New York Democratic party establishment is so scared of upstart progressives and the DSA they're just nominating random members to keep "insurgents" like Ocasio-Cortez from getting nominated.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/24/nyregion/queens-candidates-nominated-without-knowing.html

>There is just one problem: Ms. Gambichler, a 72-year-old retired court clerk, did not know she was running for anything. Nor does she wish to run. “I have no idea what that’s about,” she said.

>She had been nominated, without her knowledge, by the borough’s Democratic Party leadership, which is struggling to maintain control after the longtime Queens party chairman, Representative Joseph Crowley, was trounced by the left-leaning insurgent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a June Congressional primary that sent tremors through the Democratic establishment nationwide.

>Ms. Gambichler is hardly alone.

>The New York Times called dozens of the Queens party machine’s nominees for county committee. The candidates for 21 seats were running without their consent.

>Most of these candidates did not know they were running at all until a reporter told them; two, including Ms. Gambichler, found out when they got letters from the city Board of Elections showing how their names would appear on the Sept. 13 primary ballot. Only four candidates The Times spoke to said they were running on purpose.


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116526 No. 116526 ID: eb29fa hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Old one is autosaging.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-revealed-highly-classified-information-to-russian-foreign-minister-and-ambassador/2017/05/15/530c172a-3960-11e7-9e48-c4f199710b69_story.htm
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>President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and former U.S. officials, who said that Trump’s disclosures jeopardized a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State.

>The information Trump relayed had been provided by a U.S. partner through an intelligence-sharing arrangement considered so sensitive that details have been withheld from allies and tightly restricted even within the U.S. government, officials said.

>The partner had not given the United States permission to share the material with Russia, and officials said that Trump’s decision to do so risks cooperation from an ally that has access to the inner workings of the Islamic State. After Trump’s meeting, senior White House officials took steps to contain the damage, placing calls to the CIA and National Security Agency.

>“This is code-word information,” said a U.S. official familiar with the matter, using terminology that refers to one of the highest classification levels used by American spy agencies. Trump “revealed more information to the Russian ambassador than we have shared with our own allies.”
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>> No. 118477 ID: 278cbe
  >>118476
>intended to deter Russia
It was intended to destroy countries, steal resources, enslave people, cover up criminals and promise everybody peace and prosperity. It destroyed almost every country around Europe and now it is going to destroy Europe itself.
>> No. 118478 ID: 5b28e6
  >>118477
>>118477
>the russian again projects the failings of his imperialist polices onto others
>> No. 118480 ID: 278cbe
  >>118478
>projects the failings of his imperialist polices
>posts late-USSR footage
So the rumours were true, capitalism is crumbling after all.
>> No. 118482 ID: 974c30
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https://amp.slate.com/culture/2018/07/donald-trumps-hollywood-walk-of-fame-star-destroyed-by-pickax-wielder.html
>> No. 118542 ID: 6eecf3
  You've been visited by the Black Science Man of Infinite Cosmos. Space Marines and shuttle door gunners will become a reality, but only if you reply "Thank you, Black Science Man!"


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118561 No. 118561 ID: cad7ac hide watch quickreply [Reply]
time to slot floppies.


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118523 No. 118523 ID: 9568c0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I can't believe that the moderation team decided to lock the one thread on this board that was actually about guns. Even worse they tried to pass it off without an explanation (as if there could have been a reasonable one) by using childish petulance as a substitute for logic. Thats what woman and babies do.
>> No. 118525 ID: 35e6cb
Because that thread was basically one guy posting the same "HURF DURF WAEK UP SHEEPLE" shit over and over again, not even engaging with other posters in the thread. It was effectively spamming.
There ya go there's your explanation.

Oh also: not news, but I'll leave this thread open in case you want to whine some more.
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>>118523
>tried to pass it off…by using childish petulance as a substitute for logic

>>118525
>HURF DURF WAEK UP SHEEPLE

well thanks for demonstrating how non-childish and unpetulant you are, are you going to throw a tantrum next? do you need a diaper change or is it time for your bottle?


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117878 No. 117878 ID: 89d7f8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
But but but but but RT assured us that Hillary would be the one who started a war with Russia!

https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/07/politics/us-strikes-pro-regime-forces-syria/index.html
>The US-led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria conducted strikes against pro-regime forces in Syria Wednesday, the coalition said in a statement.

>The coalition said the strikes were carried out after forces allied to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "initiated an unprovoked attack" against a well-established Syrian Democratic Forces headquarters where coalition advisers were working with US-backed Syrian fighters.

>A US official told CNN that the attackers crossed the Euphrates River and were armed with artillery and other weapons. The US official said that US forces in the region counterattacked using artillery and aircraft.

>The official added that no US personnel were killed or wounded in the engagement.

>The official added that it was unclear exactly who the pro-regime forces were but the US is looking into whether Russian contractors operating in the vicinity might have been involved but added that there is no direct evidence yet that the Russians fired on the Syrian Democratic Forces facility where the US advisers were located. The official said they have not ruled out that Iranian backed-forces might have also been involved in the attack.

>"In defense of coalition and partner forces, the coalition conducted strikes against attacking forces to repel the act of aggression against partners engaged in the Global Coalition's defeat-Daesh mission," the coalition statement said, using the Arabic acronym for ISIS.
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>> No. 118365 ID: 9315da
>>117878

There will never be a war with Russia.

And you are now reminded US intervention in Syria was started under Obama.
>> No. 118377 ID: 278cbe
  Oh, isn't that a beautiful example. The observations on a site in Aleppo where the Al Nusra terrorist groups organized their hospitals. You can observe a similar picture everywhere in the rest of Syria where the government forces were fighting "democratic" insurgents.

Too bad Raqqa isn't given such attention at all - it was just bombed to dust by coalition and nobody even goes there any more. It's not controlled by government force, nor by American coalition, and may as well end up as another point of insurrection.

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/05/middleeast/us-led-coalition-raqqa-war-crimes-intl/index.html

>Airstrikes by the US-led coalition in Raqqa, Syria, probably breached international humanitarian law and potentially amount to war crimes, according to a report by Amnesty International that is being hotly contested by the Pentagon.

>The rights group accuses the coalition of killing and injuring thousands of civilians in attacks that were at times "disproportionate or indiscriminate," during its offensive to flush ISIS militants from their de facto capital.

>"The coalition's claims that its precision air campaign allowed it to bomb (ISIS) out of Raqqa while causing very few civilian casualties do not stand up to scrutiny," said Amnesty's senior crisis response adviser, Donatella Rovera.
>> No. 118378 ID: aae3aa
>>118377
>look mommy I posted it again!
>> No. 118528 ID: 6e9258
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NATO missile falls into a bog in Estonia, starts a wildfire.

https://news.err.ee/852585/rescuers-working-to-extinguish-wildfire-sparked-by-launched-missile

>At 15:44 EEST on Tuesday, a Spanish Eurofighter serving on the NATO Baltic Air Policing mission accidentally fired an air-to-air AMRAAM type missile in Estonian airspace, six kilometres off the ground.

>A bog had caught fire in the search operation area, and rescuers were able to begin extinguishing it that evening. As the fire is deep in the turf, extinguishing work will continue on Thursday, the South Regional Rescue Centre said.

>"accidentally"
>> No. 118530 ID: 8603a5
  Assad will stay in power in Syria, and there's nothing the shareblue/crew shills or the white-helmet terrorists can do about it!


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118442 No. 118442 ID: e9badb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Welcome to Trump's Internet!
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/07/comcast-starts-throttling-mobile-video-will-charge-extra-for-hd-streams/

>Comcast has been telling Xfinity Mobile customers about the changes in an email titled, "Update on cellular video resolution and personal hotspots." One Comcast customer forwarded the email to Ars, and there's also a Reddit thread discussing the email. All Xfinity Mobile customers are receiving this email, Comcast confirmed to Ars.

"To help you conserve data, we've established 480p as the standard resolution for streaming video through cellular data," Comcast told customers. For now, customers can contact Comcast for an "upgrade" to 720p video "on an interim basis at no charge."

>But after the interim period is over, getting HD-quality video will cost extra. "Later this year, 720p video over cellular data will be available as a fee-based option with your service," Comcast told customers. Comcast hasn't mentioned any plans to make 1080p or any resolution higher than 720p available over cellular, and there's no word from Comcast yet on what enabling 720p video will cost. Comcast previously imposed no speed limits on video streaming on the Xfinity Mobile service.

[...]

>"If you have the Unlimited data option, your speeds on any device connected to a personal hotspot will not exceed 600kbps," Comcast told customers. Xfinity Mobile users can get 4G hotspot speeds by switching to Comcast's "By the Gig" pricing.

>By the Gig customers pay $12 for each gigabyte of usage. The unlimited plan costs $45 a line each month, and it's unlimited in the sense that there are no overage fees for using too much data. But the unlimited plan only provides 20GB of full-speed data each month—after 20GB, the plan is limited to 1.5Mbps downstream and 750kbps upstream at all times. This limitation was already in place when Comcast started offering mobile service last year.
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>> No. 118454 ID: 9299f1
>>118443
You failed to understand why we need HTTPS why should net neutrality be any different?
>> No. 118455 ID: 278cbe
>>118454
HTTPS is communism. Freedom ain't free.
>> No. 118504 ID: 41441c
https://www.engadget.com/2018/08/06/fcc-report-reveals-ddos-claims-were-bogus/

>If you didn't buy the FCC's claims that its comment system fell prone to a DDoS attack when it was soliciting net neutrality comments, investigators have just validated your suspicions. An imminent report from the agency's Inspector General has revealed that there's no evidence of such an attack. To put it another way, the comment system's problems were more likely due to large-scale opposition to the net neutrality repeal (helped by Last Week Tonight's John Oliver), not an untimely hacking campaign.
>> No. 118505 ID: 09c7e0
  Part of the recent fracas over 3d printed gun parts involved state governments getting ISPs to agree to block downloads of the data needed to print. This is the government censoring internet content and it all happened less than a month after the official end of net neutrality
>> No. 118526 ID: 815268
op is a bitch nigger

(And you're banned.)
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