July 30, 2016

Donald Gets Intelligence Briefing Donald Divulges Intelligence Secret



                                                                            


Pres.Obama inspects Saudi Troops as He arrives at Airport


 
Despite the fact that Senator Harry Reid and other high ranking intelligence officials from both sides have asked that Donald Trump not be given access to classified information just yesterday, today, Trump was given his first shot learning sensitive information this afternoon.

   
Trump attended an intelligence briefing this afternoon in which he was told sensitive information for his own safety and for the safety of Americans. Within hours he was neck deep into one of his classic word salads when he proved Harry Reid and other Pentagon officials right.

In what was the biggest faux pas of his entire political career, Trump accidentally revealed sensitive and classified information about the locations of secret military bases. Trump arrogantly spoke to an audience at a Colorado Springs rally today, when he said that the U.S. should not have to pay rent for its military base in Saudi Arabia.
 
There’s just one problem with this. There isn’t supposed to be an American military base in Saudi Arabia. This revelation could and should mean huge consequences for Donald Trump, who has called for the arrest and indictment of Hillary Clinton for mishandling of classified emails.


According to the government, Donald Rumsfeld was supposed to have closed the American base in Saudi Arabia right after 9/11. If what Trump is saying is not just another of his made up facts, that means that a secret military base is now public.


The consequences of Trump’s actions today are not yet, and may never be, made known to the public. However, you can be certain that the location of that base was classified for a reason, and now that protection has been compromised.

What Countries Are Using American hackers to Hack America




A computer network used by the Clinton campaign was hacked as a part of a large cyber attack on Democrats. Two other Democratic political organizations, the Democratic National Committee, and a Democratic Congressional fundraising committee were also hacked, and U.S. intelligence officials suspect Russian hackers to be responsible for the attacks.


Where Does Clinton Vs. Trump Stand on LGBT {facts}


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Last year, a landmark Supreme Court ruling made marriage equality the law of the land in all 50 states. But fights over transgender bathroom access and last month's tragic shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando showed the nation that the battle for equality is far from over. 

Both presidential candidates have tried to paint themselves as champions of the queer community. But where do they each stand on the issues that affect them the most? Here's a rundown.

Hillary Clinton: "Gay rights are human rights."

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is a strong proponent of LGBTQ rights, and she has received the endorsementof the Human Rights Campaign, one of the nation's largest LGBTQ advocacy groups. 



As secretary of state during President Barack Obama’s first term, Clinton fought for greater benefits for LGBTQ diplomats at the State Department and greater recognition of gay rights around the world, according to The Huffington Post. "Gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights," she said during a 2011 speech in Geneva, Switzerland, to mark International Human Rights Day.  


However, some gay-rights activists have criticized Clinton for coming around on the issue relatively late, according to The New York Times — neither she nor Obama fully supported same-sex marriage during the 2008 presidential campaign. Others have questioned where Clinton stood on the issue when her husband, former President Bill Clinton, helped put two important anti-gay policies in place in the 1990s.

But many of those critics have come around to supporting Clinton, The Times reports. “We’ve seen our own family and friends evolve around us," Sarah Kate Ellis, president of the LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD, told The Times, "so it’s not out of context to see a politician evolve as well.”

Tim Kaine: An evolving vice-presidential candidate

Clinton's vice-presidential candidate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, has had a long evolution on gay rights. Like Obama and Clinton herself, Kaine long opposed same-sex marriage, preferring rights for same-sex couples that fell short of full marriage.

However, Kaine's come around on same-sex marriage and other LGBTQ issues as they've become more widely accepted. One of his first executive actions as governor of Virginia banned workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation (that part of the non-discrimination policy was later repealed by his successor, Republican Bob McDonnell.)

Despite his early opposition to same-sex marriage, the Human Rights Campaign says that Clinton's choice of Kaine for her vice-presidential candidate "bolsters" her cred with LGBTQ voters.

“Having proven time and time again that they have the experience, determination, and leadership needed to move equality forward for all Americans, we are confident Clinton and Kaine will tear down the walls of discrimination that hold all of us back," Human Rights Campaign president Chad Griffin said in a statement. “The stakes for LGBTQ people in this election couldn’t be higher, and the choice for pro-equality voters couldn’t be clearer.”




 Donald Trump: "I will do everything in my power to protect our LGBTQ citizens."

Donald Trump is to the left of many Republicans on LGBTQ rights, but that doesn't necessarily make him an ally of the gay or transgender communities.

Since the horrific shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando last month that left 49 victims dead and 53 wounded, Trump has promoted himself as the LGBTQ community's best hope in this election. The shooter, 29-year-old Omar Mateen, who was born in the United States, had been investigated by the FBI for ties to terrorism and pledged allegiance to an Islamic terrorist group during the attack.

In his speech to the Republican National Convention earlier this month, Trump said, "as your President, I will do everything in my power to protect our LGBTQ citizens from the violence and oppression of a hateful foreign ideology, believe me."
However, many of Trump's policy positions tell a different story. He's said that if elected president, he would consider appointing Supreme Court justices who would overturn marriage equality. Trump's position on transgender bathroom access has shifted at different times in the campaign. And he has a history of making questionable comments about LGBTQ people.  That leaves many feeling that Trump's record on LGBTQ rights is mixed, at best.
Mike Pence: A clearly anti-LGBTQ vice president.
If there's one person whose record isn't mixed, however, it's Trump's running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, who signed anti-gay legislation that makes many kinds of discrimination legal across his state. 

 That's not to say that Trump and Pence don't have some LGBTQ support. But many aren’t buying it.



NYPD Det. Picked Up Ranting on FB as a Hobby and Hits the Mayors Wife with Rants


Det. Gregory Gordon is third from L at Center Commissioner Bill Bratton 
 This officer has forgotten way back at the academy that a cop is always a cop.  He cannot take off what he is and what he represents which is the police Dept of this City and even the City itself as it stands for law and order. In this case we will highlight order! He has call many women many names including Hillary Clinton but this case he forgot that the mayor is his boss’s boss making him his boss also and he wont be please when you start calling his wife names. 

Ranting seems to run in the family.
The sister of a NYPD detective who posted racist Facebook messages came to his defense via the same social media network that got the officer in trouble.
Detective Gregory Gordon’s conduct is currently under review by the NYPD after the Daily News first reported he had - among other things - called Mayor de Blasio’s wife Chirlane McCray a “former crack addict.”
“What’s sad is ‘he’ spoke the truth on his private forum and some sad individual is trying to bring a good cop down,” Marissa Carbonara wrote on the Staten Island Advance’s Facebook page Thursday night. “Don’t people have anything better to do?!”

Carbonara also insisted Gordon, 33, was just exercising his First Ammendment rights and making “factual statements.”
When another Facebook user called the person who informed The News of the posts a “lurking rat,” Carbonara agreed and described the person as a “trolling c---.”
At her home on Friday, a woman denied knowing Carbonara - but seemed well aware of the ongoing Facebook controversy.
“You should be ashamed of yourself for all the dirty media you put in your paper. These people protect your rights,” she said. A former high-ranking police official said Gordon clearly crossed the line when posting those comments.
“It shows issues of judgment,” he said. “Being a police officer, you walk a very thin line. You are supposed to be above that. If you sink to that level, you are demeaning the department standards you have sworn to uphold.”
In August 2014, Gordon griped about a woman who told a TV reporter it was hard growing up black.
“Are you f------ kidding me? Stop acting like anyone owes you anything. Slavery ended 149 years ago,” he wrote. The NYPD quickly distanced itself from the comments Thursday.
Department policy advises cops to “exercise good judgment and demonstrate the same level of professionalism expected of them while performing their official duties.”
And Gordon’s Facebook page, which had been set to private, was deactivated Thursday afternoon after The News called him for comment.
In a statement Friday night, Michael Palladino, President of the Detectives’ Endowment Association, said he understands that “some may be offended by (Gordon’s) remarks.”
“Cops have become the targets of intentional violence which makes their job even harder and solves nothing but to perpetuate hate.
“If the press were to scrutinize the Facebook pages of the anti-cop hate groups they would find comments much worse and more inflammatory but that never appears in the news.” 

  
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS


An NYPD cop from Staten Island is under review after posting racist diatribes on social media including one that called Mayor de Blasio’s wife a “former crack addict,” sources said.
Detective Gregory Gordon, who works at the 121st Precinct, is under fire after making a series of racist and anti-Muslim remarks on Facebook, according to law enforcement sources.
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In one screed from Nov. 2014, Gordon was furious about a story reported by The Post that said the city’s first lady Chirlane McCray did not trust NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton.
“Who cares what this former crack addict says!” Gordon wrote, according to a source.
McCray vehemently denied that she made the remarks.
Gordon, who has removed the entire Facebook page from the Internet, is being looked at by the NYPD who has told cops to “exercise good judgement” when using social media.

“The comments made by Gregory Gordon do not in any way represent the views of the New York City Police Department,” read a statement from the NYPD.
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ISIS Biblical Reasons For Killing a Catholic Priest

                                                                 
In this biblical caption of Christian and jews uniting and ISIS fighting both to liberate Jerusalem for the moslems and Their ruling of the world. ISIS is being weakened militarily so now they concentrate on symbols that have worked so well for Christians and Jews now they look for those symbols to get converts. There are many that hate both the Christians and Jews so they have a big pool. Masses can be convinced of anything, history teaches us that. The message has to be simple and shocking at the same time to penetrate and stick. Cutting a priest’s throat after making him read from their book in his own church is penetrating and shocking for most. One of the mistakes the West is making is seeing them as simple killers and terrorist  that kill for the sake of violence. But they have a message and many are buying it. In order to defeat the enemy past liberators and successful Generals would say it takes for you to know and understand the enemy. When religion is involved many are afraid to call it out as such afraid to offend the religious. Religion should be place in its proper perspective and place in history. Through the ages there’s been religious insurrections killing the innocent and non believers. One might say this is what is happening here. The status quo in the middle east is the mother of ISIS, Taliban, all these groups. We already opened the door in Iraq, now we most find a way to close the door but more importantly is to not leave the middle east on its
 status quo. adamfoxie’s Publisher)

In a string of accelerating strikes across the map, the Islamic State’s attack on a French Catholic parish stands out for its symbolism in the terror group’s ultimate goal.
Followers of any faith other than their Wahhabist interpretation of Islam are reviled by ISIS as “infidels,” but certain religious groups have more strategic significance than others.
Their targeting of Jews is as clear as it is for any other terror group from Hamas to al-Qaeda to the mullahs in Tehran: they want to wipe Israel off the map and seize Al-Aqsa for Muslims. ISIS’ war in the Sinai, infiltration in Gaza and its goal of carving “pathways” through Jordan and Lebanon are critical cogs in their strategy to be the ones to “liberate” Jerusalem. According to an ISIS e-book, “Black Flags from Palestine,” they think the final confrontation with the antichrist will be at Ben Gurion International Airport.
When noting ISIS’ broader attacks against Christians, recent events have grimly underscored the group’s special targeting of Catholics.
The sacking of Rome and the Holy See, after all, is essential to their apocalyptic game plan.
Terrorists who had pledged allegiance to ISIS saw their opportunity Tuesday when Catholics started their day at Mass in the Normandy town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray. They slit the throat of Father Jacques Hamel, 86, after taking the priest, two nuns and two parishioners hostage.
“They forced him to his knees. He wanted to defend himself,” one nun, Sister Danielle, told BFM TV. “And that’s when the tragedy happened. They recorded themselves. They did a sort of sermon around the altar, in Arabic. It’s a horror.”
ISIS’ Amaq news agency rapidly claimed responsibility, generically calling the attack “operations in response to calls to target countries belonging to the crusader coalition.” But that quickie statement downplays their motive behind ritually murdering the priest.
In April, Italian authorities arrested four people in an alleged plot to target both of ISIS’ main religious enemies: the Vatican and the Israeli Embassy in Rome. Officials said Italian national Abderrahim Moutaharrik received instructions from ISIS to hit Rome during the Holy Year of Mercy, a jubilee declared by Pope Francis that runs through November.
“I swear I will be the first to attack…in this crusading Italy…the Vatican with the will of God,” said Moutaharrik in an intercepted March message, according to officials.
Long before ISIS escalated into the terror rampage we see today, Iraq’s ambassador to the Holy See warned that ISIS wants to assassinate the pope.
“What has been declared by the self-declared Islamic State is clear—they want to kill the Pope. The threats against the Pope are credible,” Habeeb Al Sadr told Italian daily La Nazione in September 2014. “I believe they could try to kill him during one of his overseas trips or even in Rome. There are members of ISIL who are not Arabs but Canadian, American, French, British, also Italians. ISIL could engage any of these to commit a terrorist attack in Europe.”
What will ISIS do to achieve its goal of putting the menacing black flag atop St. Peter’s Basilica? The question is, what won’t they do? Without the conquest of Rome, their whole caliphate road map hits an insurmountable speed bump.
The threats against Rome and the Vatican span the breadth of videos, articles and photo essays that comprise Islamic State propaganda. In a 2015 e-book, “Black Flags from Rome,” ISIS called on recruits within Europe to rise up “to pave the way for the conquest of Rome” from all directions.
“Muslim fighters from all European countries will continue the fight, breaking borders until they can reach Northern Rome,” the book vowed.
They’re pushing the clock, though, as their stated timetable calls for the conquest of Rome by 2020.
Seven months after that, they claim, the antichrist will come and the stage will be set for the final battle in Israel. “It’s important to note that during this time period, Christianity and the Pope in the Vatican will be fully engulfed by the Zionist system,” ISIS wrote in “Black Flags from Palestine,” predicting that the jihadists can slyly win allies in Europe among those who oppose Israel or the Catholic Church.
ISIS’ apocalyptic vision puts a target on Jews and Catholics that’s intensified by their conquest goals. That’s why they quickly, proudly trumpeted the assassination of an elderly priest who did nothing more than say Mass on a sleepy Tuesday morning, with more boasting and propaganda materials to come.
When ISIS hits Jewish and Catholic targets, they consider them first strikes. Washington, however, tries to erase any perception of a holy war with ISIS, understandably fearful that new recruits will be pulled into the fight.  Which is exactly what’s being waged in the mind of the Islamic State.
Bridget Johnson is a fellow with the Haym Salomon Center, NPR contributor and D.C. bureau chief at PJ Media

July 29, 2016

On Pulse’s Anniversary Rubio Speaks to Anti Gay Group



*Group of ‘God blocking cure for AIDS'
*Same group of ‘Kim Davis, County clerk'




Marco Rubio, Florida's most brazen political opportunist, used the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando as an excuse to run for Senate reelection despite having said about a thousand times that his career as a U.S. Senator was over. After the shooting, he told the Advocate, the nation's largest LGBT magazine, that the shooting was a clear attack on queer Americans. He said elsewhere he was "deeply impacted" by it.


Because Rubio apparently has the memory span of a goldfish, he sees no issue in returning to Orlando August 12 to speak at a conference held by a virulently anti-gay Christian group.

Rubio will address the crowd at an event called the "Rediscovering God in America Renewal Project" at the Hyatt Regency Orlando next month. The meeting is hosted by the right-wing Liberty Counsel, a "pro-family" Christian group with a long history of straight-up hatred of LGBT people.
 
The group is run by Mat Staver, also known as the attorney who represented Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk famous for refusing to let gay people get married. During that whole ordeal, Staver attacked "the media" and "liberals" for not siding with Davis.

"They want her scalp to hang on the wall as a trophy," he said of the American Civil Liberties Union. 

The event is also hosted by the Florida Renewal Project, an affiliate of the similarly anti-gay American Renewal Project. That group's leader, David Lane, has spewed so much LGBT-hate in the past that it would take days to compile it all. Here's a short summary: Lane has argued that God would punish homosexuals praying at President Obama's 2013 inauguration with "car bombs"; encouraged Christians to "prepare for martyrdom" to fight same-sex marriage; quoted an author who said that "same sex marriage practiced universally is suicide"; said homosexuality is a "Marxist psychological conditioning plot"; and compared Republicans who support gay marriage to politicians who supported slavery. We're honestly just getting started here. (The website Right Wing Watch has compiled even more.)

And that's just the background of the event's two hosts. Rubio will also speak alongside this all-star cast of gay-haters, including:

David Barton, a discredited evangelical historian whose book about Thomas Jefferson, The Jefferson Lies, was pulled from shelves for containing too many factual inaccuracies. (NPR also attacked him for somehow misquoting the Bible. Repeatedly.) Back to the homophobia: He’s also said God is rightfully blocking a cure for HIV and AIDS to punish LGBT people.

Bill Federer, a conservative author who claims homosexuals are to blame for Islamic terrorism.
Fred L. Lowery, a conservative pastor and author who once wrote a book promoting religious "covenant marriage," a stricter form of marriage in which couples sign documents restricting the reasons they can divorce. In the ‘90s, other religious leaders said marriage in the absence of a "covenant" encourages "homosexual or polygamous marriage."

Ken Graves, a pastor who preaches against the rise of "militant homofascism," whatever that is.
Former U.S. Rep. Bob McEwen, who now works as a lobbyist for the Pro-Family Legislative Network, where he spends his time writing bills aimed at "strengthening family values" across America. (Coincidentally, McEwen also worked as a lobbyist for former Côte d’Ivoire dictator Laurent Gbagbo, who was arrested by the United Nations in 2012 for widespread human rights violations.)

Of course, everyone already knew Rubio's genuflection toward the LGBT community in June was pretty hollow. Rubio himself has a long history of covert LGBT hatred: The civil rights group Human Rights Campaign has repeatedly bit into the senator for his longstanding opposition to gay marriage, his battle to withhold federal civil-rights protections from LGBT people, his history of fundraising for gay-conversion therapy groups, and, of course, for being a “champion” of traditional marriage.


Court Dismisses OverZealot Prosecution of Alleged Chandra Levy Killer

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A judge dismissed the indictment Thursday against the man charged with killing intern Chandra Levy, after prosecutors asked to drop the case that drew national interest and embroiled a lawmaker in scandal.

Above those are the pictures of Ingmar just before he was arrested for as a suspect of Chandra’s death and now as he is being released. Imagine the bitterness against this nation he most have. At the end,  he is being deported for not killing her.

Ingmar Guandique, who lived in Washington, was found guilty in 2010 of killing Levy, who disappeared in 2001. Guandique, who has protested his innocence from the start, was granted a new trial last year based on questions about the credibility of a jailhouse informant. Prosecutors now say he will be deported.

Superior Court Judge Robert Morin ordered the case dismissed, based on the request from U.S. Attorney Channing Phillips.

"Mr. Guandique has maintained since the beginning, when he passed an FBI administered lie detector test, that he did not kill Ms. Levy. This dismissal vindicates Mr. Guandique," Lauren Hankins, general counsel for the public defender service that represented him, said in a statement. "Finally, the government has had to concede the flaws in its ill-gotten conviction."

The disappearance of Levy, 24, of Modesto, Calif., while she worked as an intern at the federal Bureau of Prisons, made headlines after she was linked romantically to then-Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif. Condit was later ruled out as a suspect.

A man walking his dog found Levy’s remains in Rock Creek Park in 2002. Police said she used to run through the park.

Prosecutors argued in an earlier trial that Levy's death fit a pattern of attacks Guandique committed on female runners. When he was charged, he already was in prison for attacks that occurred around the same time 

The illegal immigrant from El Salvador was convicted of first-degree murder in 2010 and sentenced to 60 years in prison, despite protesting his innocence. Guandique's lawyers pursued a retrial for the past two years, citing new evidence that a former cellmate and key witness, Fresno gang member Armando Morales, lied during the initial trial.

A new trial was scheduled for Oct. 16. But Phillips filed a motion Thursday asking Morin to dismiss the indictment based on new information received by the government within the last week. Those new details weren't provided in the filing.

“After investigating this information and reviewing all of the evidence in the case, the government now believes it is in the interests of justice for the court to dismiss the case without prejudice,” Phillips said in the filing.

Prosecutors determined they could no longer prove the murder case against Guandique beyond a reasonable doubt, the U.S. attorney's office said in a statement. One of Guandique's public defenders didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Guandique's request for a new trial focused on Morales, who testified at trial that Guandique confided in him that he was responsible for Levy's death. Because there was no physical evidence linking Guandique to Levy's death, Morales provided some of the trial's most powerful testimony.

However, Guandique's attorneys suggested in a court filing that Morales lied several times at trial, including testifying he had not asked for anything in exchange when he had asked to be put in a witness protection program, the lawyers said.

"In 2010 the trial prosecutors convinced a jury to convict by deliberately hiding evidence that would have exposed the false testimony of their star witness," said Hankins of the public defender service. "It is now clear that the jailhouse informant, who was central to the government’s case, was a perjurer who too easily manipulated the prosecutors."

Defense lawyers only learned of the informant's identity "just before trial" and it took years of investigation to uncover the extent of flaws in the case — and to force the government to reexamine its own case, she said.

"Justice would have been better and more timely served had the government provided open file discovery to the defense before the trial and if the government had fully investigated its own witnesses," Hankins said.

Guandique has been incarcerated while awaiting retrial. Prosecutors said after the judge’s dismissal Guandique would be released to the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Chandra Levy, a 24-year-old intern who disappeared April 30, 2001 without leaving any hint as to her whereabouts. 

, USA TODAY


Ship Being Name After Legendary Harvey Milk


 
 Harvey Milk Spent 1951-55 as being a sailor
 
 
The Navy is set to name a ship after the gay rights icon and San Francisco politician Harvey Milk, according to a Congressional notification obtained by USNI News.

The July 14, 2016 notification, signed by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, indicated he intended to name a planned Military Sealift Command fleet oiler USNS Harvey Milk (T-AO-206). The ship would be the second of the John Lewis-class oilers being built by General Dynamics NASSCO in San Diego, Calif.

The Secretary of the Navy’s office is deferring additional information until the naming announcement, a Navy official told USNI News on Thursday.

Mabus has said the John Lewis-class – named after civil rights activist and congressman Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) – would be named after civil rights leaders.

Other names in the class include former Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren whose court ruled to desegregate U.S. schools, former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, women’s right activist Lucy Stone and abolitionist and women’s rights activist Sojourner Truth.

Screen Shot 2016-07-28 at 1.10.13 PMMabus has also named ships in the past for other civil rights icons, including the Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ships USNS Medgar Evers (T-AKE-13) and USNS Cesar Chavez (T-AKE-14).

Milk came from a Navy family and commissioned in the service in 1951. He served has a diving officer in San Diego during the Korean War on the submarine rescue ship Kittiwake as a diving officer until 1955. Milk was honorably discharged from the service as a lieutenant junior grade.

Following his service, Milk was elected to the San Francisco board of supervisors and was the first openly gay California politician to be elected to office. He was killed in office in 1978. When Milk was shot he was wearing his U.S. Navy Master Diver belt buckle.

Over the last several years, there have been pushes from California politicians to have a ship named for Milk since the 2011 repeal of the Department of Defense’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” policy.

Naming a ship after Milk, “will further send a green light to all the brave men and women who serve our nation that honesty, acceptance and authenticity are held up among the highest ideals of our military,” said Milk’s nephew Stuart Milk in a statement to San Diego LGBT Weekly in 2012.

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