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Source: From the Internet, Wednesday October 16th 2019

Explosive Undercover Video: CNN Employee Discusses Network Head’s ‘Personal Vendetta’ Against Trump
The conversations Poarch recorded reveal Zucker pushing the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump as the most significant news story for his network. Poarch explains that the morning calls are daily events in which Zucker directs CNN’s news operations from the company’s New York bureau. “He runs it with an iron fist,” Poarch says. “Every day just hammering Trump in some way, shape or form or Republicans in general, about, yeah, all these other stories may be happening, but we want to divert all our resources to this aspect of Trump or that aspect of Trump or most recently it’s just all about impeachment.”

ICE Chief Says ‘Judicial Overreach’ Is Threatening Public Safety
Speaking from the White House press room podium, acting ICE Director Matt Albence lambasted a judge’s ruling that blocks Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) from using database information to issue detainers. A detainer is a request to a local jail to hold an inmate for up to 48 hours longer in order for ICE to take custody. ICE issues detainers based on probable cause to believe that an individual is a removable alien, Albence said. “Probable cause is the same legal standard that other law enforcement agencies must meet in order to make an arrest,” he said on Oct. 10.

Terminally-ill scientist with motor neurone disease ‘transforms into world’s first cyborg’ by replacing body parts with machinery
A dying scientist battling motor neurone disease has become the world’s first full cyborg. Dr Peter Scott-Morgan, 61, was diagnosed with the muscle wasting illness two years ago but instead of accepting his fate he decided to transform himself into a robot and extend his life. He said he wanted to push the boundaries of what science can achieve so decided to extend his life and become fully robotic – and he’s now known as Peter 2.0.

ABC News caught red-handed ‘lying to news customers’
ABC News is coming under heavy fire after airing footage it claimed showed a ferocious attack by Turkish military forces bombing Kurdish civilians in Syria. There’s only one problem: the video was actually from a nighttime weapons demonstration at the Knob Creek Gun Range in West Point, Kentucky. “ABC News regrets the error.” “This is full-fledged illusion creation. This is lying to news customers.”

Interstellar interloper is a comet resembling those in our solar system
The second interstellar object ever spotted passing through the solar system is a comet that appears quite like those formed in our neighborhood of the cosmos, providing fresh evidence that other planetary systems may be very similar to our own.

Trump to impose sanctions over Turkish action in Syria
I will soon be issuing an Executive Order authorizing the imposition of sanctions against current and former officials of the Government of Turkey and any persons contributing to Turkey’s destabilizing actions in northeast Syria. Likewise, the steel tariffs will be increased back up to 50 percent, the level prior to reduction in May. The United States will also immediately stop negotiations, being led by the Department of Commerce, with respect to a $100 billion trade deal with Turkey.

Trump’s Syria Pullout is Great for Israel says Jerusalem’s Top Middle-East Expert
While many in the pro-Israel community have been decrying President Trump’s decision to withdraw US troops in northern Syria to make way for a Turkish invasion, Guy Bechor, one of Israel’s most respected Middle East experts says that ironically, Israel stands to benefit significantly from the move….

Thunder Strikes Al-Aksa Mosque on Temple Mount
On the second evening of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), thunder and lightning storms hit Israel on Monday night illuminating Jerusalem’s skyline. One local man snapped a photograph of a lightning bolt that appeared to have hit the Al-Aksa Mosque on the Temple Mount.

California is just in a race to the bottom it seems. Just one disastrous move after another.
now that Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed SB225, a bill to allow illegals to “serve” 9and be paid) on state boards that make policy in California. If your interests conflict with theirs, too bad about yours: This is ridiculous. The only way we’re going to get better is if the president cuts off all federal funding to the state. This and the state board thing is equal to enabling a drug addict by paying for his drugs and giving him a place to live.

Schrodinger’s superconductor naturally stable in two states at once
Quantum computers have the potential to someday far outperform our traditional machines, thanks to their ability to store data on “qubits” that can exist in two states at once. That sounds good in theory, but in practice it’s hard to make materials that can do that and stay stable for long periods of time. Now, researchers from Johns Hopkins University have found a superconducting material that naturally stays in two states at once, which could be an important step towards quantum computers.

Tunisia’s president elect: Normalization with ‘Zionist entity’ is treachery
Kais Saied, who was recently voted in as Tunisia’s next president, expressed opposition to normalizing ties between his country and Israel… “This is my view on the Zionist entity and it will not change. If one day I change my mind, remind me about the things I said now. We are in a situation of war with Zionism, and normalization is treachery,” said Saied in a televised interview on Monday.

Violent clashes erupt as Spanish court jails Catalonia leaders
Protests have erupted in Barcelona after Spain’s Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in prison. The separatists were convicted of sedition over their role in an illegal independence referendum in 2017. Another three were found guilty of disobedience and fined, but not jailed. All 12 defendants denied the charges.

Fourteen police dead in Mexico gun ambush
Fourteen police officers have been killed and three injured in a shooting in western Mexico. The police were carrying out a court order in El Aguaje, Michoacán state, when their convoy was ambushed. A powerful criminal group, the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, is believed to have carried out the attack.

U.S. demands Syria ceasefire, slaps sanctions on Turkey over incursion
President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Turkey on Monday and demanded the NATO ally stop a military incursion in northeast Syria that is rapidly reshaping the battlefield of the world’s deadliest ongoing war. Trump, who gave what critics say was a de facto green light for Turkey’s assault by ordering U.S. forces away from the conflict area, requested the ceasefire in a call with President Tayyip Erdogan.

Putin visits Saudi Arabia in sign of growing ties
Russian President Vladimir Putin has visited Saudi Arabia in his first trip to the kingdom in over a decade, signing oil agreements and discussing regional security, in particular, Saudi Arabia’s ongoing rivalry with Iran. A mounted guard escorted Putin’s limousine to King Salman’s Al-Yamamah palace in Riyadh after his arrival on Monday, his first visit since 2007.

Erdogan vows no Daesh fighters will escape Syria
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed not to allow any Daesh fighters to escape northern Syria, in an editorial published Tuesday, following fears from Western nations over its offensive in the region. “We will ensure that no ISIS (Islamic State) fighters leave northeastern Syria,” Erdogan wrote in the Wall Street Journal.

State of emergency after unprecedented October snowstorm leaves 250 000 without power in Manitoba, Canada
At least 250 000 were left without power after an unprecedented snowstorm hit Manitoba, Canada. Heavy and wet snow began falling on Thursday, October 10 and continued into Friday, October 11. The capital, Winnipeg, was prompted to declare a state of emergency following the destructive event. As of Sunday, October 13, around 32 000 homes and businesses remain without electricity.

Record weather conditions across USA in the first half of October
A strong early-season snowstorm pounded several parts of the United States in the first half of October. The unusual weather set records, with snowstorm blanketing the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains. Meanwhile, blizzard conditions have hit Dakota, while Denver dropped to a record low of -10 °C (13 °F). Widespread extreme wind events in California also prompted a massive power shut-off in the prevention of wind-induced wildfires.

Communist China just doubled its number of military troops… is an invasion of America the next chapter in global domination?
Americans take it for granted that foreign troops aren’t pillaging their country, vying for military control over U.S. cities, and forcing compliance to a communist government. Neither China nor Russia has attempted such a bold invasion, but their core communist belief systems continue to drive them toward global domination.

Democrats and Militant LGBT Activists Want to Shut Down American Churches
There should be no doubt that Democrats and a militant mob of LGBT activists are hell-bent on shutting down every evangelical church in America and silencing any Christian who dares to stand in the way of their agenda.

Trump sending Pence to Turkey to ‘pursue a ceasefire and negotiated settlement’
US President Donald Trump on Monday urged his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to “stop the invasion” of Syria, Vice President Mike Pence said.

The Star Of The 39th Gitex Technology Week In Dubai Is A Human Implantable NFC Microchip That Is Capturing Attention Of United Arab Emirates
UAE operator Etisalat has partnered with Swedish company Biohax International to implant microchips in a person’s hand that can be loaded with all kinds of data, including medical history and passwords.

51 Dead, 214 Wounded in Chicago September Gun Violence
You won’t hear these stats in the mainstream media. That’s why we encourage you to bookmark The DC Patriot. We are “Real News in Real Time.”

MONKEY TRIALS: Adam Schiff Is Banning Republicans From Impeachment Depositions And Holding Secret Closed Door Testimony Meetings
Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi…have begun banning Republicans from attending the depositions, are holding testimony meetings in secret, and refuse to put impeachment of the president to a vote. What do all those things add up to? A monkey trial in a banana republic, that’s what, and these sham proceedings are a national disgrace.

Whistleblower: Google Partners with China on ‘AI Manhattan Project’
Former Google senior software developer and whistleblower Zach Vorhies appeared on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Rebecca Mansour Friday to discuss Google’s relationship with Communist China and the company’s artificial intelligence project DeepMind, which has been called the “AI Manhattan Project.”

The use of chemical abortions is on the rise
The use of chemical abortion (sometimes referred to as “medical abortion”) is on the rise, and there is an alarming push to make it ubiquitous. A recent column for The New York Times advocates for abortion pills to be “everywhere.” But chemical abortion endangers women and ends the lives of their unborn children.

After Failed Gun Buyback Program, New Zealand Moves to Establish Firearms Registry
Despite the epic failure of its recent semi-automatic rifle ban, New Zealand is attempting to impose even more gun control mandates on its citizenry.

Air Canada Drops ‘Offensive’ ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ Greeting, Goes ‘Gender Fluid’
Air Canada has begun efforts to become more inclusive of its customers by dropping its traditional “ladies and gentlemen” or the French “mesdames et messieurs” when greeting passengers boarding its aircraft.