It turns out that several money bundlers for Hillary Clinton—Fredrick D. Schaufeld, Karen Schaufeld, Sonjia Smith, Michael Bills—donated significant sums to Jill McCabe, who was running for the state senate in Virginia, in 2015. Well, Jill McCabe’s husband is an assistant FBI director, Andrew McCabe, who was involved in the Hillary email scandal investigation. You know, the investigation that falsely exonerated Hillary.
“The right to receive and impart true information is the guiding principle of WikiLeaks – an organization that has a staff and organizational mission far beyond myself. Our organization defends the public’s right to be informed. This is why, irrespective of the outcome of the 2016 US Presidential election, the real victor is the US public which is better informed as a result of our work.” – Julian Assange
Compelling story on cover ups and Government fraud. 1963 – History of Polio vaccine corruption – drug companies pushed by Government to create a Polio vaccine, discovered vaccines were contaminated cancer viruses (SMV-40) and vaccinated 100 million children any way to meet the Government deadline. Big Pharma’s rational was they would come up with a ‘cancer’ cure later. Polio vaccines = 15 cases of cancer for every 1 polio case.
Activist and comedian Dick Gregory explains the real and sobering goings on behind the scenes of the events we see play out in society today.
Whistleblowers are true defenders of democracy. Both Manning and Snowden believed in ordinary people, in their ability to make vital decisions about their own lives.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange knows more about the contents of the TPP than most members of Congress and is doing much more to inform the American public than any of our so-called representatives with the lone exception of Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL)… Very, considerably larger than NAFTA, it is mostly not about trade. Only five of the twenty-nine chapters are about traditional trade.
2016 thus far has proven remarkable for the sheer volume of information brought to light by people, events, and the general crumbling of the deep-seated establishment narrative — and it’s no small matter for those whose claims had previously been met with scorn and derision. Following are just eight items of erstwhile contention, which 2016 has confirmed for posterity — and perhaps to the ultimate detriment of the establishment paradigm.
When Snowden first fled the country in 2013, Clinton stated that she could never condone what he did. She said the former NSA employee was a “Traitor” who had “blood on his hands.”
Assange, who has repeatedly denied the accusations of sexual assault made against him, believes the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) issued by Sweden is an American tactic meant to allow the U.S. government to extradite Assange. In the United States, Assange is wanted on espionage charges over classified US documents and footage released online by his Wikileaks organization.
It appears that nearly 15% of Sanders’ votes were flipped to Clinton on maliciously-coded voting machines and central tabulators. Sanders hand-counted share exceeded his machine-counted share in virtually ALL 58 counties. The probability of this occurrence is ZERO.
Over the years, William R. Ponsoldt had earned tens of millions of dollars building a string of successful companies. He had renovated apartment buildings in the New York City area. Bred Arabian horses. Run a yacht club in the Bahamas, a rock quarry in Michigan, an auto-parts company in Canada, even a multibillion-dollar hedge fund. Now, as he neared retirement, Mr. Ponsoldt, of Jensen Beach, Fla., had a special request for Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm well placed in the world of offshore finance: How could he confidentially shift his money into overseas bank accounts and use them to buy real estate and move funds to his children?
Pentagon officials tasked with protecting whistleblowers have lied under oath, illegally destroyed documents, and gone out of their way to ruin people’s careers and lives for attempting to raise concerns about government abuses of power, according to a high-ranking Department of Defense (DoD) official, John Crane, who went public with his story on Sunday.