March 15, 2017
THE MEDIA IGNORES TRUMP'S UNPRECEDENTED SEX TRAFFICKING BUSTS
Under 400 arrests in 2014- but now with Pres Trump in office 1,500 arrest his first month
Liz Crokin | Town Hall
Since President Donald Trump has been sworn in on Jan. 20, authorities have arrested an unprecedented number of sexual predators involved in child sex trafficking rings in the United States.
This should be one of the biggest stories in the national news. Instead, the mainstream media has barely, if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests. This begs the question - why? As a strong advocate for sex crime victims, I've been closely following the pedophile arrests since Trump took office. There have been a staggering 1,500-plus arrests in one short month; compare that to less than 400 sex trafficking-related arrests in 2014 according to the FBI. It's been clear to me for awhile that Trump would make human trafficking a top priority. On October 8, 2012 Trump tweeted: "Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents - fast trial, death penalty." My suspicions were confirmed on Feb. 23 when Trump gave a press conference from the White House addressing how human trafficking is a "dire problem" domestically and internationally. President Trump gave further confirmation when he said, "Dedicated men and women across the federal government have focused on this for some time as you know - it's been much more focused over the last four weeks." Trump's press conference was barely a blip in the mainstream media and the massive arrests have been almost completely ignored by the Main Stream Media altogether.
REPORT: U.S. TROOPS DEPLOYED TO SYRIA IN RESPONSE TO TURKISH THREAT
Effort to prevent attack on Kurdish forces by Turkey, ISIS
An armored column of American troops was spotted near the Syrian city of Manbij in a show of force after Turkey threatened to attack Kurdish forces currently occupying the city.
The United States confirmed the presence of American soldiers near Manbij following video footage released by the Kurdish-affiliated Manbij Military Council (MMC) while sporadic gunfire continues between the MMC and Turkish forces to the west of the city. The Manbij Military Council is one of four military councils established by the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). Colonel John Dorrian, spokesman for the Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve, tweeted the deployment near Manbij was a "deliberate action" to assure that forces within the coalition "deter aggression" and "keep the focus on defeating ISIS." Dorrian noted American troops have been active in the area around Manbij since the city's liberation from ISIS in the summer of 2016. The suggestion to keep coalition forces focused on defeating ISIS, and the deployment of American troops to the city, was likely a veiled message to the Turkish government, and the rebel forces it supports, to stop attacking Kurdish forces in areas recaptured from ISIS.
In an effort to prevent an attack by Turkish forces, the MMC ceded control over six villages west of Manbij to the Syrian Army under the terms of an agreement reached with Russian assistance. "These six villages were liberated from Daesh during the Al-Bab operation. They are located 22 kilometers to the west from Manbij. Under an agreement with Russia they are now under control of the Syrian Army," an official with the MMC said. The agreement reportedly created a demarcation line between Kurdish-allied forces in Manbij and forces allied with the Turkish military.
"We will not let other forces enter the region. Manbij was liberated by Kurds and coalition forces. The same forces will continue to protect the city and its population," the MMC said in a statement. The senior MMC official noted the deployment of American troops to the area, as well as a recent shipment of weapons to Kurdish fighters. "In addition, US troops and armored vehicles were deployed in northern Manbij. Yesterday, the US sent a large shipment of weapons to the regions. Meanwhile, fierce clashes are still underway in the area."
The Turkish government opposes the presence of Kurdish forces near its border, and has regularly launched air and artillery strikes to halt their advance. Turkey's ties to rebel forces linked to ISIS and other radical organizations is well known.
CNN CUTS OUT AS GOP REP MENTION REFUGEE TERRORISM STATS
Segment abruptly ends as Republican mentions 300 FBI refugee terror investigations
A CNN guest interview was cut short Monday after he brought up an inconvenient FBI statistic concerning terrorism in the US related to "refugees."
Republican Congressman Scott Taylor was attempting to discuss President Trump's revised executive order banning travel from six terror-prone nations when his feed was abruptly and inexplicably cut off. "Just today, the FBI comes out and says that 30 percent, 30 percent, of their domestic terrorism cases that they're investigating are from folks who are refugees," Taylor said. "It's important not to label all refugees bad people, that's not why I'm here, but -" Taylor attempted to tell CNN correspondent Dana Bash before his statement was interrupted. "I was just going to say, congressman, it's time to go, but I think the TV gremlins did that for us," Bash says before ending the segment. On Monday, a Department of Homeland Security official announced the FBI is currently conducting investigations into 300 refugees as potential domestic terrorists.
KIM DOTCOM: "TRUMP IS IN DANGER"
Megaupload founder warns president in series of tweets
Paul Joseph Watson
The man who predicted that Wikileaks release of John Podesta's emails would bring down Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is now warning that President Donald Trump is in danger. Kim Dotcom (Kim Schmitz), was the founder of the infamous and now-defunct file hosting service Megaupload and is known to have close connections to Wikileaks and Julian Assange. During a September 2016 interview with Bloomberg, Kim said, "Julian Assange is going to be Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare." Just a month later, he was proven correct when Wikileaks began publishing thousands of emails from John Podesta's email account, revelations which continued right up until the election and played a huge part in Hillary's defeat.
Following Wikileaks 'Vault 7' release of CIA files and the intensification of Donald Trump's battle with the deep state, Kim warned in a tweet today that "Trump is in danger". Wikileaks: Now: Trump is in danger March 8, 2017 "The White House leaks are coming from a "rogue group" within the CIA. They want to stop the Trump presidency. This is NOT speculation," Kim also added, "Rogue group of Obama loyalists at CIA used powerful cyber warfare tools illegally to spy on Trump; and fabricated Russia narrative. Trump is in BIG DANGER!"Kim later responded to a question about what Donald Trump should do to protect himself by answering, "Appoint new FBI leadership, get FBI agents from outside DC to investigate CIA, NSA for all unlawful activities. One domino falls, game over." As reported, the deep state in alliance with Barack Obama is attempting to sabotage Trump's embryonic administration with a series of leaks that they hope will lead to his impeachment or resignation.
TREASON: SNOOP DOGG ENCOURAGES VIOLENCE AGAINST OUR PRESIDENT
Wannabe thug encourages assassination of Trump
Snoop Dogg 'assassinates Trump' in a new music video. [Video not shown due to its vulgarity]. This so-called "free speech" is offence. These words incite violence and should be treated as the criminal offence that it is. It is not entertainment for most of the citizens of the United State, especially in the political times in which we live.
TRUMP DEPLOYS MORE JUDGES TO BATTLE BACKLOG OF IMMIGRATION CASES In response to the 'paralysis' facing immigration courts, dealing with over 500,000 pending cases, President Trump is deploying 50 judges to immigration detention facilities across the United States, according to two sources and a letter seen by Reuters. As the Associated Press points out, there are 58 immigration courts in 27 states around the country with a total of 301 judges. The problem, of course, is that those 301 judges already face a mountain of 534,000 pending immigration cases which is likely to balloon even higher under Trump's administration. Of 374 authorized immigration judge positions, 301 are filled. Fifty more candidates are in various stages of the hiring process, which typically takes about a year, said Kathryn Mattingly, a spokeswoman for the Executive Office for Immigration Review. In all, more than 534,000 cases were pending before immigration courts nationwide in February, according to a recent memo from Kelly. The massive backlog means that processing errors are a common occurrence and ultimately just result in illegal immigrants getting a free pass to reside in the country even longer, which is unacceptable to President Trump, and as Reuters reports the Department of Justice is also considering asking judges to sit from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., split between two rotating shifts, to adjudicate more cases, the sources said. A notice about shift times was not included in the letter. Two sources familiar with the Justice Department's plan said the department would ask more judges to volunteer for one or two month deployments at detention centers. If the department cannot find enough volunteers, the department would assign judges to detention centers, the sources said. Judges who volunteer for the first 50 deployments would be sent to detention centers in Adelanto, California; San Diego, Chicago and elsewhere, according to the letter. Judges are employed by the Justice Department to oversee cases that determine if immigrants are given protections, such as asylum, or ordered deported. A handful of judges work from detention centers but most work from courts around the country. One way to relieve the court burden is to simply increase deportations without using the court system at all, a strategy that has the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants' Rights Project, and the 1,000s of immigration lawyers that earn a living filing appeal after appeal, up in arms. Advocates worry the Trump administration will increase the use of procedures that allow authorities to deport people without using the court system at all. "Instead of actually trying to make the courts better, they just want to use them less, even though that obviously is deeply problematic from a due-process standpoint," said Omar Jadwat, director of the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants ' Rights Project. Mehlman agrees the system is broken, but said advocacy groups and lawyers who keep filing new motions and appeals are part of the problem. "They understand that time works to their benefit and that the longer you can drag this out, the more bites at the apple you can get, the greater the likelihood that you can find some plausible reason for remaining here in the United States," he said. The Justice Department did not respond to a request for comment.
President moves to stop illegals from abusing overloaded system