"They pointed to three key advantages for Trump: He’s the incumbent, the U.S. economy is strong and the Democrats have no definitive front-runner to challenge him."
The Planned 'Mass Roundup Of Americans' Is No 'Conspiracy Theory'! With Politicians Pushing 'Red Flag Laws', This Flashback To 'Rex 84' And 'Main Core' Helps Complete The Story
In this very important August 7th story over at the website of Paul Craig Roberts, Ronald Reagan's former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy, Roberts reports that much of what we've been witnessing across America recently has been an open invitation to tyranny following the release of an FBI document which characterizes 'conspiracy theories' as a potential form of 'domestic terrorism', with Roberts warning: In effect, the FBI’s document reduces the First Amendment, that is, free speech, to the right to repeat official and prevailing explanations. Any other speech is a conspiratorial belief that can lead to the commission of a crime. For those who haven't yet read it, we've embedded that FBI document at the very bottom of this story in full for you to read yourselves to form your own opinion about what their document means yet as we had reported on ANP back on August 3rd within this story titled "Is This The 'Atom Bomb' That Will Take Down The 1st Amendment And America? With The FBI Dropping This New Bombshell, Let's Talk 'Conspiracy Theory", corrupt politicians and corrupt government agencies will quickly label any true stories about their corruption as 'conspiracy theories' in an attempt to destroy those who are seeking truth. As Roberts points out within his story, the FBI document says that conspiracy theories “are usually at odds with official or prevailing explanations of events.” Note the use of “official” and “prevailing.” Official explanations are explanations provided by governments. Prevailing explanations are the explanations that the media repeats.
And then comes the big BUT which we'll be happy to emphasize again and again.: Official and prevailing explanations do not have to be consistent with facts. It is enough that they are official and prevailing. Whether or not they are true is irrelevant. Therefore, a person who stands up for the truth can be labeled a conspiracy theorist, monitored, and perhaps pre-emptively arrested... http://allnewspipeline.com/Rex_84_Main_Core_And_The_Mass_Round_Up_Of_Americans.php
Bill Gates will Try to Block the Sun: ‘Tower of Babel’ in 2019 (LOOK)
A team of scientists personally sponsored by Bill Gates plan on countering the effects of ‘global warming by injecting millions of tons of dust into the atmosphere to block the sun’s rays. Despite the clear and obvious concerns, the first test run is set to take place any day now. “There is a very fine line between playing God and tikkun olam (fixing the world),” Rabbi Trugman told Breaking Israel News. “If you don’t get it right, you are courting disaster.” Rabbi Trugman noted that this was also true for other branches of science like genetic research. “They think they can control the environment and they also think they can control men. They think they can keep the populace calm by investing in projects that may or may not solve the problem.”
"The Southern Poverty Law Center Is A Hate-Based Scam That Nearly Caused Me To Be Murdered"
... I wrote and edited for the Family Research Council, a public advocacy organization that promoted the principles I’d cared about since childhood: protecting the family, promoting the dignity of every human life and advocating for religious liberty. It reads like a tagline, but it’s also just what I believed and the way I chose to match my career with my convictions. I never expected that everyone would celebrate or share my beliefs. But I did expect to be able to discuss and debate these differences without becoming a political target in an act of terrorism, the first conviction under Washington, D.C.’s 2002 Anti-Terrorism Act. It was the type of violent incident that one could expect a group that purportedly monitors “hate,” like the Southern Poverty Law Center, to notice, research, and decry. In fact, we were on the center’s radar but for all the wrong reasons. The assailant acknowledged later in FBI testimony that he had selected our office precisely because the SPLC had labeled my employer a “hate group.”...
It’s always been easier to smear people rather than wrestle with their ideas. It’s a bully who calls names and spreads lies rather than thoroughly reading a brief’s legal arguments or challenging the rationale underlying a policy proposal. The SPLC has chosen to take the easy path — to intimidate and mislead for raw political power and financial benefit. For years, former employees revealed, local journalists reported and commentatorshave lamented: the Southern Poverty Law Center is not what it claims to be. Not a pure-hearted, clear-headed legal advocate for the vulnerable, but rather an obscenely wealthy marketing scheme. For years, the left-wing interest group has used its “hate group” list to promote the fiction that violent Neo-Nazis and Christian nonprofits peacefully promoting orthodox beliefs about marriage and sex are indistinguishable. Sometimes, it’s apologized to public figures; it’s smeared and recently paid out millions to settle a threatened defamation lawsuit... https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-18/southern-poverty-law-center-hate-based-scam-nearly-caused-me-be-murdered