Elizabeth Warren calls for using 25th Amendment to remove Trump

Sen. Elizabeth Warren supports removing President Donald Trump from office despite having no justifiable or legal reason to do so.

While speaking to a local news outlet on Sunday following a rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, the 2020 presidential candidate was asked about fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe saying Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and others at the Department of Justice spoke about invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump in May 2017.

“My point here is that if they believe that Donald Trump cannot fulfill the obligations of his office, then they have a constitutional responsibility to invoke the 25th Amendment,” Warren told reporters.

Warren said she believes that Trump’s Cabinet has a duty “to the Constitution of the United States and to the people of United States.”

Warren’s chilling comments were in response to McCabe sitting down for an interview on CBS “60 Minutes,” which aired on Sunday night.

Host Scott Pelley asked McCabe about his new book, specifically a section where he recounts the meeting and conversation about invoking the 25th Amendment after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey in May 2017.




A Quarter of French Believe ‘Elites’ Using Mass Migration to ‘Replace’ Native Europeans

A study claims that up to a quarter of the French population not only believe in a conspiracy of “elites” but also think those same elites are using mass migration to replace European populations.

The study, released by Jean-Jaurès Foundation and Conspiracy Watch, is the second of its kind and looks at the extent to which the French believe in various so-called conspiracy theories.

The study found that 27 per cent of French believe in an “Illuminati” of elites who control the population while one quarter say they believe in the theory of the “Great Replacement,”Le Point reports.

The theory of the Great Replacement was coined by French writer Renaud Camus and encompasses several subjects under the broad scope of interchangeability and exchangeability, from goods and services to people themselves.

Mr Camus spoke to Breitbart London at the beginning of the Yellow Vest protests, which have continued for the past 12 weeks, and claimed much of the origins of the movement lie in his theory.

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CIA’s illegal MKUltra mind-control experiments – using drugs, hypnosis and electronic devices- revealed in new documents

DISTURBING details of secret mind-control experiments carried out by the CIA have been revealed in newly released documents – that officials have been trying to hide for decades.

The new documents, released under the Freedom of Information Act, reveal how the CIA experimented on both humans and animals using drugs, hypnosis and electronic devices as part of the top secret – and illegal – mind control project MKUltra.



Hackers using leaked NSA hacking tools to covertly hijack thousands of computers

More than a year after patches were released to thwart powerful NSA exploits that leaked online, hundreds of thousands of computers are unpatched and vulnerable.

First they were used to spread ransomware. Then it was cryptocurrency mining attacks. Now, researchers say that hackers are using the leaked tools to create an even bigger malicious proxy network.

New findings from security giant Akamai say that the previously reported UPnProxy vulnerability, which abuses the common Universal Plug and Play network protocol, can now target unpatched computers behind the router’s firewall.

Attackers traditionally used UPnProxy to remap the port forwarding settings on an affected router, allowing the obfuscation and routing of malicious traffic — which can be used to launch distributed denial-of-service attacks or spread malware or spam. In most cases, computers on the network were unaffected because they were shielded by the router’s network address translation (NAT) rules.

But now, Akamai says that attackers are using more powerful exploits to burrow through the router and infect individual computers on the network. That gives the attackers a far greater scope of devices it can target, and makes the malicious network far stronger.

“While it is unfortunate to see UPnProxy being actively leveraged to attack systems previously shielded behind the NAT, it was bound to happen eventually,” said Akamai’s Chad Seaman, who wrote the report.

The injections use two exploits — EternalBlue, a backdoor developed by the National Security Agency to target Windows computers; and its “sibling” exploit EternalRed, used to backdoor Linux devices, found independently by Samba. Where UPnProxy modified the port mapping on a vulnerable router, the Eternal family of exploits target the service ports used by SMB, a common networking protocol used on most computers.

Together, Akamai calls the new attack “EternalSilence,” drastically expanding the spread of the proxy network to many more vulnerable devices.

Akamai says more than 45,000 devices are already under the thumb of the massive network — potentially amounting to more than a million computers waiting for commands.

“The goal here isn’t a targeted attack,” said Seaman. “It’s an attempt at leveraging tried and true off the shelf exploits, casting a wide net into a relatively small pond, in the hopes of scooping up a pool of previously inaccessible devices.”

But Eternal-based intrusions are difficult to detect, making it difficult for administrators to know if they’re infected. That said, fixes for both EternalBlue and EternalRed have been available for more than a year — yet millions of devices remain unpatched and vulnerable.

The number of vulnerable devices is going down, but Seaman said that UPnProxy’s new capabilities “may be a last ditch effort to utilize the known exploits against a set of possibly unpatched and previously inaccessible machines.”

Patching against the Eternal exploits is better late than never, but it’s not a silver bullet to fixing the problem. Even disabling UPnP isn’t a one-stop solution. Seaman said it’s “the equivalent of plugging the hole in the boat, but it does nothing to address the water that has made it into your sinking ship.”

Flashing an affected router and disabling UPnP may remediate the issue, but Seaman said in his opinion that the router should probably be “completely replaced.”



Macron Threatens UK Fishermen Using Brexit Deal

France’s President Emmanuel Macron is already using the terms of the deal agreed by Theresa May to threaten Brexit Britain, warning that the country would be trapped in the ‘backstop’ Customs Union if it didn’t submit to France’s demands on access to British fishing waters.

In a message that perfectly illustrates how those in the EU may seek to lock the UK in its orbit indefinitely, Macron today said: “We will concentrate our efforts in order to obtain access to the British waters before the end of the transition period. And of course all of our fishermen will be protected.”



University Professors Told ‘All Caps’ are too Triggering. Ordered to Stop Using Them

Like Democrats with crime. Michael Moore’s gelatinous paunch. These kids have spent so long in their trigger-free safe spaces, simple things like too many capital letters are enough to trip them up. This is why university peeps are starting to outlaw professors from using words in all caps:

University lecturers have been told not to use words in capital letters when setting assignments because it might frighten students into failure.

These are your future leaders, world. God forbid a serious problem, like a county’s national debt, befall them.

Sleep tight.

Staff at Leeds Trinity’s school of journalism have also been told to “write in a helpful, warm tone, avoiding officious language and negative instructions”. Some blasted the move as “more academic mollycoddling” of the snowflake generation. An “enhancing student understanding, engagement and achievement” memo lists dos and don’ts – with “do” and “don’t” among words frowned upon.

Nobody tell them about red pens. Or give them a history book.

Course leaders say capitalising a word could emphasise “the difficulty or high-stakes nature of the task”.

The memo says: “Despite our best attempts to explain assessment tasks, any lack of clarity can generate anxiety and even discourage students from attempting the assessment at all.

“Oh Golly. Professor Blockhead used that word in all caps. This is getting to be too much. THE PRESSURE!!! Oh, no. NOW I’M USING ALL CAPS! AAAAAHHHHHH!”

These kids DO NOT like all caps. So, I guess it’s in everyone’s best interest if those pesky capital letters would just GO AWAY. While we’re at it, let’s just go ahead and nix italicizing, bolding, and underlining as well. After all, we wouldn’t want those younglings to have a full-on NERVOUS BREAKDOWN!

We seem to be becoming wimpified as a people. Remember the good ol’ days when being conservative was the only verboten thing on campus? Yeah, those days are long past. Now, capital letters are too triggering for the younger generations. These are the people who will be running the show in a few decades. God help us.



Project Veritas Unmasks: DoJ Official Using Databases To Push Socialism, Dox Business Owners

A Department of Justice paralegal reportedly utilizes government software to push her socialist agenda, as revealed in the latest installment of Project Veritas’ “Deep State Unmasked” undercover exposé series.

The undercover video shows anti-Trump DoJ employee Allison Hrabar, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America (Metro DC DSA) who was involved in driving DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielson from a DC restaurant in July, discussing the use of DoJ resources to obstruct Trump administration policies.


“So Allison is a paralegal, so she, her living is researching people, so she’s very good at researching people. So, they just find the companies, and then the people that run those companies, and then they find their home address. She uses Lexis Nexis and a couple other software things,” said DSA member Cliff Green to a PV journalist.

Green goes on to say Hraber likely breaks the law using her position to push a socialist agenda.

“That’s the kind of thing that you would get fired for…people do not have the silver bullet, the smoking gun or whatever. Um, if they were able to get proof of that, you know? So, we’re all walking that line.”

Also featured is Jessica Schubel, the former Chief of Staff for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services during the Obama administration.

“It’s kind of like the Nixon, ‘deep throat’ type of thing,” she says in the video.

The DoJ has issued a statement in reaction to PV’s latest video:

“These allegations are deeply concerning. Department policy prohibits misuse of government resources to advance personal interests. We are looking into this immediately and have referred this matter to the Inspector General as well.”

PV’s first Deep State installment featured State Department employee Stuart Karaffa discussing how he carries out socialist political activitieson the taxpayer’s dime.

“Resist everything. Every level. F*ck sh*t up,” he said.

The State Department said Monday they have opened an investigation into Karaffa.



Antifa Spreads List Of ICE Agents Compiled Using LinkedIn And Blasts It Over Twitter

Antifa, a violent, so-called anti-fascist group, tweeted out a list of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents’ identities.

The Twitter account “nebraska antifa” sent out a tweet to its followers on Tuesday that linked to the personal information of ICE officers compiled from information found on LinkedIn.

“Some enterprising hero archived the ICE employees listed on linkedin,” the tweet reads.

A Twitter user who goes by Sam Lavigne compiled the list of ICE agents’ identities, titles and locations. In a tweet on Tuesday morning he says he “scraped LinkedIn for people that work for ICE.”

The Medium link in Lavigne’s was no longer available as of Tuesday night.

While the original post of ICE personal information has been removed, the Antifa Twitter account linked to an archived post, where viewers can access the Lavigne’s original database.

There have been a number of reports of Antifa’s violence. One example illustrates the group’s attack on individuals at a University of California, Berkeley campus protest in August 2017.

In several video clips, Antifa members are recorded assaulting individuals they described as being right-wing nationalists and alt-right. Department of Homeland Security documents have shownthat Antifa has at times posed a greater threat then the so-called white supremacists they combat.



The world keeps using more antibiotics and it’s making us sick

“As lower- and middle-income countries increase their economic growth and start to use antibiotics more, we don’t want them to fall into the same trap that higher-income countries have,” he said. “While we need to reduce consumption globally, we need to do it in a safe and effective manner that still allows low-income countries access to antibiotics.”

>> Read more: Why taking unneeded antibiotics might make you fat, and other facts to know

The U.S. total of 3.3 billion doses for 2015 was relatively unchanged from 3.4 billion doses in 2000. But the population rose during that period, so the picture looked better on a per-person basis, Klein said. Study authors calculated a rate of 28.2 doses per 1,000 U.S. residents every day in 2015, down 14 percent from 32.9 doses per 1,000 residents in 2000.

In the process, the U.S. fell from the top five countries in per-capita antibiotic use:

  • In 2000, the five highest consumption rates occurred in high-income countries: France, New Zealand, Spain, Hong Kong, and the U.S., the authors found, using sales data from the global research firm IQVIA.
  • In 2015, three of the five highest rates occurred in low- or middle-income countries: Turkey (first), Tunisia (second), and Algeria (fifth). Higher-income countries Spain and Greece were third and fourth on the list.

The results from the U.S., Japan, and some other developed nations were promising, said Jason C. Gallagher, a clinical professor and infectious diseases specialist at Temple University’s School of Pharmacy.

“But you had much of the rest of the world catching up, and that is discouraging,” said Gallagher, who was not involved in the research. That’s a concern because in a global economy, a drug-resistant pathogen can spread easily from one country to the next.

Antibiotics promote resistance in this way: Though they may be effective against a specific organism that is causing disease, they kill other microbes in the process. That means clear sailing for any remaining bacteria that were resistant to the drug, enabling them to multiply.

And contrary to popular perception, that problem can arise even when antibiotics are used appropriately, Temple’s Gallagher said.

“Any use leads to resistance,” he said. “If you’re using amoxicillin to treat someone’s strep infection, the bacteria in your gut do not care. It can still lead to a resistant infection elsewhere in the body.”

Not included in the study is another cause for concern: the overuse of antibiotics in livestock. In the U.S., the drugs are given to farm animals in far greater numbers than to human patients.

While the drugs are needed to treat sick animals, some farmers have traditionally used them as a preventive measure or even just to promote growth. Public health experts warn that such overuse may lead to the development of drug-resistant bacteria, which in turn can spread from farm animals to humans.