Social media giant shadow bans presidential candidate’s tweet

JULY 29, 2016

Twitter is provably censoring Donald Trump in order to prevent him raising money for his presidential campaign.

A tweet sent out by Trump yesterday to promote his #MillionDollarMatch donation drive does not appear on Trump’s profile page nor did it appear on the feed of anyone following him.

You can check for yourself. Here is the tweet sent out by Trump yesterday and here is his main profile page – which doesn’t show the tweet. The tweet has been buried as if it never existed.

This is yet another example of Twitter shadow banning – where people on a designated ‘blacklist’ have their tweets relegated on search results and hidden from users’ timelines, while leftist politicians and commentators on a ‘whitelist’ have their tweets promoted.

A Twitter insider admitted to Breitbart back in February that Twitter had indeed begun shadow banning politically incorrect users, a claim verified by a senior editor at a major digital publisher.

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A Trump tweet in which he declared that “the establishment and special interests are absolutely killing our country” was also shadow banned by Twitter back in April.

While Twitter is censoring Trump, it has repeatedly been accused of gaming its algorithms in support of Hillary. Back in February, users were irate after the social media giant appeared to censor the anti-Hillary hashtag #WhichHillary after it started trending.

The revelation that Twitter is shadow banning Trump comes on the heels of Google claiming that a ‘technical bug’ was to blame for Donald Trump not appearing when users searched for “presidential candidates”.

Twitter’s shadow banning of Trump also follows its controversial decision to slap conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos with a lifetime ban.


Hack reportedly “part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations”

JULY 29, 2016

Hackers successfully compromised the computer network of the Hillary Clinton campaign in what appears to be a widespread attack on Democratic organizations.

According to Reuters, who broke the story Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice national security division is currently looking into whether the attacks “threatened U.S. security.”

“The involvement of the Justice Department’s national security division is a sign that the Obama administration has concluded that the hacking was state sponsored…” Reuters reports.

Neither the Clinton campaign nor the Department of Justice have commented on the report thus far. News of the breach comes only hours after the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) announced that it had been hacked also.

The DCCC claims that like the Democratic National Committee (DNC), they too were targeted by Russian government backed hackers.

“Based on the information we have to date, we’ve been advised by investigators that this is similar to other recent incidents, including the DNC breach,” DCCC spokesperson Meredith Kelly said in a statement.

Although a growing amount of data points directly to Russia as the responsible party, many in the cybersecurity realm are waiting to place blame.

“I don’t think we’re quite ready yet to make a call on attribution,” Director of National Intelligence James Clapper recently said. “We all know there’s just a few usual suspects out there, but in terms of the process we try to stick to, I don’t think we’re ready to make a public call on that yet.”

It is currently unknown what was accessed in both the DCCC and Clinton campaign hacks and whether or not Wikileaks is in possession of any of the data.

As noted by Yahoo News Thursday, the FBI “warned the Clinton campaign that it was a target of a cyberattack last March,” although the campaign appears to have brushed off the issue.


Corporate and bankster controlled duopoly has a vapor lock on elections

JULY 29, 2016

Griffin Edwards of the Independent Voter Project points out how the WikiLeak’s tranche underscores the fact elections are rigged and primaries steered by apparatchiks of both political parties.

Edwards writes:

As private organizations, political parties are largely unaccountable to the American voter. Therefore, although the emails are shocking, they’re (largely) legal. Americans are outraged, but unable to change anything. Party bosses can continue to choose candidates, exclude independents, and discredit serious challengers.

Even with serious scandal like Clinton’s email imbroglio, the system continues to operate without disruption:

What’s more, because the duopoly offers voters limited choices, even a massive scandal like this one will do little to loosen the two-party vice grip on American politics.

In addition to immunity from charges of serious malfeasance that would send a normal citizen to prison, the system is able to prevent people from voting (while claiming the other side is working to limit or disallow voters):

Want proof? Wasserman Schultz long ago publicly voiced her support for closed primaries. One uncovered email relates to how the Democratic Party even reduced polling locations during Rhode Island primaries to dilute support for Hillary’s chief rival, Bernie Sanders.

And if it took this long for something like this to enter the public limelight, imagine how long it’s been going on — not just among Democrats, but also Republicans.

Now that the conventions have played out, the next step for the ruling elite is to control the debates and make sure outsiders like Gary Johnson and Jill Stein are not allowed to participate despite appreciable support among the electorate:

If recent history is our guide, both the RNC and DNC will be looking for ways to discredit, exclude, and downplay outside challengers. In fact, the Commission on Presidential Debates is LITERALLY a partnership between the Republican and Democratic Parties. Imagine the emails circulating right now strategizing how to prevent Johnson and other third party or independent candidates from competing in November.

If the Republicans and Democrats really sought to serve the people, rather than themselves, they wouldn’t stifle competition — whether inside or outside their parties — they’d welcome it.

Julian Assange has promised additional emails as we head into the final battle in November. However, the emails previously made public provide enough evidence elections are rigged and if the current system remains in place outsiders will never be allowed to challenge the elite and put an end to their iron-fisted hold on what passes for democracy in America.

If Everything Is So Great, Then Why Do Two-Thirds Of Americans Say The Country Is On The Wrong Track?

Only 23.1 percent of Americans believe that we are headed in the right direction.

Michael Snyder | End Of The American Dream

Americans appear to be increasingly pessimistic about the future of America.

According to a Real Clear Politics average of recent polls, 68.9 percent of Americans believe that the country is on the wrong track, and only 23.1 percent of Americans believe that we are headed in the right direction. But if you have been listening to the endless parade of political speeches at the Democratic and Republican National conventions, you would be tempted to think that the greatest days for the United States are right around the corner. The politicians keep promising us that better times are coming if we will just make the “correct” choices on election day, but no matter who we send to Washington D.C. things just seem to keep getting worse and worse. Let’s take a look at just a few of the signs that indicate that our country is going in the wrong direction…

-The rise in violent crime: We haven’t seen crime rise this rapidly in our major cities in a very long time, and according to a report that was just released this week many forms of violent crime are way ahead of where they were at this time last year…

A new report published by the Major Cities Chiefs Association said that violent crime – homicides, rapes, robberies, assaults and shootings – is on the rise nationwide.

The troubling results, though just one survey, could provide vindication to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. President Barack Obama has contested Trump’s assertion– made prominently in his nomination acceptance speech last week – that crime is a national epidemic and major problem.

The mid-year violent crime survey, released Monday, shows 307 more homicides so far in 2016, according to data compiled from 51 law enforcement agencies from some of America’s largest cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. There have also been 1,000 more robberies, approximately 2,000 more aggravated assaults, and 600 more nonfatal shootings in 2016 compared to this time in 2015.

-Police officers are being shot at a staggering rate: The number of police officers shot in the United States during the first half of 2016 was up 78 percentcompared to the exact same time period last year.

-Mass shootings: In just the past few weeks we have seen the worst mass shooting in U.S. history in Orlando, and there were mass shootings of police in Dallas and in Baton Rouge.
-The U.S. economy continues to crumble: We just learned that orders for durable goods fell again in June, Gallup’s U.S. economic confidence index just hit the lowest level so far this year, and at this moment 43 million Americans are on food stamps.

-The U.S. consumer appears to be increasingly tapped out as the middle class shrinks: Most of the country is living paycheck to paycheck these days. One recent survey found that 62 percent of all Americans have less than $1,000 in savings, and U.S. News & World Report is reporting that some analysts are projecting that we are heading for a “restaurant recession”…

Analysts are forecasting a “restaurant recession” in the U.S., which is bad news for America’s food and drink establishments and potentially even worse news for the economy at large.

Paul Westra, a senior research analyst at Stifel Financial Corp., said in a research note Tuesday that he’d turned “decidedly bearish” on the restaurant industry, downgrading Stifel’s stance on 11 different restaurant stocks, including Chipotle Mexican Grill, Panera Bread and Cheesecake Factory.

He and his colleagues now “confidently believe” that the weak restaurant consumer spending seen in the second quarter of the year “reflects the start of a U.S. restaurant recession.”

-Business is not booming: The total amount of stuff our businesses have been selling has been declining since mid-2014, and it is being projected that corporate earnings will be down for a fifth consecutive quarter. Earlier today, we learned that our biggest aircraft manufacturer, Boeing, has reported its first quarterly loss in nearly seven years.

Government debt continues to explode: The U.S. national debt has hit a staggering 19.4 trillion dollars, and we have added an average of more than 1.1 trillion dollars to the debt since Barack Obama has been in the White House.

-Our politicians just continue to go from bad to worse: If you thought that the Obama years were bad, just wait until you see what Hillary Clinton can do. The woman that the Democratic Party just nominated for president of the United States is one of the most evil, wicked and corrupt politicians the nation has ever seen.

-Everywhere you look, evil is exploding: The social fabric of our nation is coming apart all around us, and most of our men are hooked on pornography…
A 2014 national survey commissioned by the organization found one-third of men ages 18-30 admitted they are either addicted to porn (23 percent) or are unsure if they are addicted (10 percent).

“According to our survey, over one-half (52 percent) of men age 18-30 admit to risking their careers and livelihood by viewing porn at work within the past 3 months,” Hesch told WND. “The numbers are even higher for men ages 31-49, with nearly three-fourths (74 percent) watching porn at work.”

-Sadly, most Americans are way too addicted to entertainment to bother noticing that our nation is rapidly going down the toilet: In America today, millions of people would rather spend endless hours playing video games such as Pokemon Go on their phones rather than getting involved in their communities. And it is difficult to say that we even have “communities” anymore when most people spend far more time online than in face to face interaction with others. If you can believe it, one recent survey found that half the population of the United States and Canada uses Facebook at least once a day.

I could go on and on, but hopefully you are getting the point.

The average American spends more than five hours a day watching television, and the television is telling them that everything is going to be just wonderful and that they should go out and vote for Hillary Clinton because she would be the first woman president and that would make history.

Meanwhile, our society is falling apart in literally thousands of different ways, and most Americans know deep inside that our country is deeply, deeply broken. That is why more than two-thirds of us tell the pollsters that America is on the wrong track. Virtually all of us know that something is seriously wrong with the United States, even if we can’t always agree on what the solutions should be.
Let us work very hard to wake our fellow Americans up while we still can, because time for turning this country in the right direction is rapidly running out.

DNC staffer mysteriously murdered in DC

Published on Jul 29, 2016

Seth Rich was a DNC staffer who was murdered in the middle of the night in Washington DC, and the police have no leads. The media, however, has chosen not to focus on his murder as part of the larger investigation of who is responsible for the DNC leaks. Instead, they follow Hillary Clinton’s story. Like The Resident on Facebook at


Putin must have a really good hitman
Punishment Due

try again, it was one of Hillary Clinton’s IT staff member, so get your facts correct! ironically he died the same day that the DNC got hacked! This is a cover-up and this smells like fishy Clintons!

just another coincidental loss of life coupled with a Hillary Clinton scandal
John McGuirk

it’s one of those, what do you call it… a yes a (((coincidence))).
Tru words

probably Hillary Clinton
Punishment Due

I’ve heard about this and it was one of Hillary Clinton’s IT staff member!