By now most of us are aware that Smartmatic manufactures the voting machines that will be used this November.

The Chairman of Smartmatic, Mark Malloch-Brown, is on the board of George SorosOpen Society Foundation.

Yes, George Soros, the billionaire COMMUNIST CROOK who is one of Hillary’s biggest donors.


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Here’s A List Of The 17 Most DAMAGING WikiLeaks Emails Released So Far

by Staff

With new emails being released by WikiLeaks on an almost daily basis, here’s a roundup of the most damaging documents to have been released by the anti-state secret organization to date:

1. Clinton Campaign Believed Obama Committed Voter Fraud In 2008

According to one leaked email, the Clinton campaign believes that President Obama was guilty of committing voter fraud during his 2008 primary battle with Hillary Clinton.

The email chain from May of 2015 suggests that then-Senator Obama’s presidential campaign “flooded the caucuses with ineligible voters” during the 2008 primaries. The email also sought support for James Lyons and Michael Driver, a pair of lawyers close to the Clintons, to organize lawyers for “caucus protection” to prevent the same fraud during the 2016 race.

2. MSNBC Producer Gushes Over Hillary Clinton

A leaked email from an MSNBC producer to the Clinton campaign is showing just how much the media gushes over Hillary Clinton. In the April 2015 email from a producer on All In With Chris Hayes to Clinton spokesperson Adrienne Elrod, the producer goes as far as to call Clinton an “amazing, intelligent woman.”

3. Transcripts Of Hillary’s Paid Speeches To Goldman Sachs Leaked

At long last we finally got to see excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s paid speeches to Goldman Sachs and various other banks. The excerpts were made public by Wikileaks, who just today leaked thousands of emails from Clinton loyalist and campaign chairman John Podesta.

The speeches had become a campaign issue during the Democratic primary when Hillary’s challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, used the speeches as evidence of the former Secretary of State’s cozy relationship with Wall Street.

The excerpts were revealed in an email dated January 25, 2016, with the subject line, “HRC Paid Speeches.” The email came from Tony Carrk, research director of the Clinton campaign, and was addressed to Chairman Podesta.

WikiLeaks later released the FULL speeches.

4. Clinton Campaign Illegally Coordinating With SuperPAC

One email appears to show evidence that the Clinton campaign is violating campaign finance law.

Specifically, an email from chairman Podesta to Mandy Grunwald, a Democratic political consultant, appears to show the Clinton campaign coordinating their efforts with a pro-Clinton SuperPAC.

5. Hillary Clinton Was Provided Questions Prior To Major Interview

According to a leaked campaign memo, Hillary Clinton received the exact questions she would be asked ahead of a major interview she gave to talk show host Steve Harvey earlier this year. The memo, dated February 17th, is further evidence of the kid-gloves with which the Democratic nominee has been treated by the media.

6. People in Clinton inner circle fear Bill’s sex life is a liability.

In a December 2016 email from progressive writer Brent Budowsky to John Podesta, Budowsky laments the fact that he’s been hearing from the Clinton’s inner circle that there are fears that Bill’s sex-life might be a liability on the campaign trail.

7. John Podesta Wished San Bernardino Shooter Had Been White

In an email to Clinton spokeswoman Karen Finney, John Podesta was dismayed that the shooter had a Muslim-sounding name rather than one typically associated with white people.

“Better if a guy named Sayeed Farouk was reporting that a guy named Christopher Hayes was the shooter,” Podesta said to Finney in the December 3rd email, referring to the MSNBC host.

8. Hillary fears jihadists will enter the U.S. amongst refugees.

In a private 2013 speech, Hillary Clinton expressed fears that Jihadists could potentially enter the United States hidden amongst the Syrian refugee population, a fear she is now intent on ignoring.

“So I think you’re right to have gone to the places that you visited because there’s a discussion going on now across the region to try to see where there might be common ground to deal with the threat posed by extremism, and particularly with Syria, which has everyone quite worried, Jordan because it’s on their border and they have hundreds of thousands of refugees and they can’t possibly vet all those refugees,” Clinton said before the Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago during an October 2013 lunch.

9. Clinton Team Bashes ‘Backward’ Catholics

In a 2011 email entitled “Conservative Catholicism”, John Halpin, a senior fellow at the left-wing Center for American Progress (CAP), and Jennifer Palmieri, formerly of the CAP and current Director of Communications for the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, and John Podesta trash the Catholic faith and its adherents. The email, in which traditional Catholic beliefs are derided as “backwards”, drips with contempt for Catholic Americans.

“Many of the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic (many converts) from the SC and think tanks to the media and social groups,” Halpin writes to Podesta. “They must be attracted to the systematic thought and severely backwards gender relations and must be totally unaware of Christian democracy.”

Palmieri piles onto the Catholic bashing in her response.

“I imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion,” Palmieri writes. “Their rich friends wouldn’t understand if they became evangelicals.”

10. Clinton Insiders Bashed Efforts To Get Elizabeth Warren To Run For President

It appears that members of Hillary Clinton’s inner circle were non-plussed about efforts to draft Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren into the 2016 presidential election.

The email came from Phillippe Reines, a former senior advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and was a response to a New York Times article which detailed the multi-million dollar effort by to draft progressive Senator Warren into the 2016 race.

11. Hillary Got Town Hall Question In Advance

Amongst the leaked Podesta emails is evidence that Hillary Clinton received at least one question prior to a March 2016 primary debate with opponent, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

The email, dated March 12, 2016 and entitled “From time to time I get the questions in advance”, came from Donna Brazile, and was sent just hours ahead of a Town Hall style debate hosted by CNN.

“Here’s one that worries me about HRC,” Brazile, who is a former CNN contributor herself, wrote to Clinton Staffer Jennifer Palmieri. What followed was the exact wording of a question Clinton would be asked.

12. Hillary Staffers Discuss ‘Excuse’ For Not Turning Over Emails

In one email released by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton staffers appear to be discussing an “excuse” to not release the full compliment of emails which had been subpoenaed by the House of Representatives.

The email exchange, which included a number of top Clinton staffers including Cheryl Mills, Phillipe Reins, and Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, took place several weeks before a Clinton staffer used “Bleachbit” to wipe her private server clean.

13. Hillary Insiders Worried About Her ‘Troublesome’ Relationship With Sid Blumenthal

In another email, John Podesta fields a complaint about some of Hillary Clinton’s closest friends and loyalists including Lanny Davis and her “troublesome” relationship with former White House advisor Sidney Blumenthal.

Opinion writer Brent Budowsky called Clinton’s email correspondences with Blumenthal, Davis, and Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden “disquieting” and unbecoming of a Secretary of State and possible future president.

“It is disquieting that when HRC was secretary of state she spent a good time of time doing gossip emails with Sid Blumenthal about various matters, the ubiquitous Lanny Davis shilling for himself in pathetic ways, and Neera Tanden gossiping about what Soros thinks of Obama,” Budowsky wrote in the January 2016 email. “At least Tanden I regard as a serious person. Sid and Lanny I do not by standards of a secretary of state or potential president.”

14. Podesta Tells Hillary To Court ‘Needy Latinos’, Calls Latino Governor A ‘D***’

In an email likely to rankle hispanic voters, Clinton Campaign chairman John Podesta encourages Hillary to reach out to the voting block, calling them “needy.”

In an email from August of 2015 with the subject line “Needy Latinos and 1 easy call”, Podesta encourages Clinton aid Huma Abedin to tell Clinton to consider calling former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and former Energy Secretary Federico Pena and ask personally for their endorsement. In the process, Podesta also calls Richardson a “dick.”

15. Clinton Campaign Nervous About Bill’s Paid Wall Street Speeches

Amongst the emails released by the anti-state-secret organization is one in which campaign staff expresses concern about the poor optics of a speech to a major Wall Street Bank that Bill Clinton was set to deliver on the heels of Hillary’s announcement that she would be running for president.

Despite their protests, Hillary is said to have “very strongly” wanted him to deliver the speech as planned.

16. Democrats Plotted To Create Fake Trump Craigslist Ads

WikiLeaks document show that the plot to smear Donald Trump goes back at least several months, when the the Democratic National Committee (DNC) plotted to create FAKE Craigslist ads with sexist messages toward women.

In the email, dated May 18th 2016 and entitled “need comms approval – craigslist job post”, Christina Freundlich, a spokeswoman for the Democratic National Committee, seeks approval for the fake ad from DNC Communications Directors Louis Miranda and Mark Paustenbach.

17. Clinton Campaign Pushed Muslim Obama Narrative In 2008

Another WikiLeaks email lends credibility to the idea that the Clinton Campaign was originally behind pushing the Obama “birther” narrative.

The email, dated January of 2008, shows that the Clinton campaign was poll-testing various lines of attack on then-senator Obama including his Muslim roots, as well as his admission of cocaine use. Included on the 2008 email were Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and Clinton pollster Paul Begala.

Boxer on Clinton’s Obamacare Remarks: ‘He’s Saying It Like It Is’


Sen. Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.) said Bill Clinton’s remarks criticizing Obamacare as a “crazy system” were “inartful” on Wednesday, but she also praised him for speaking from the heart and “saying it like it is.”

Asked by MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts if the comments were a gift for Donald Trump heading into his next debate with Hillary Clinton, Boxer said Bill Clinton was not actually attacking the entire law.

“Maybe he was inartful, I’ll give him that,” Boxer said. “I love him because he speaks from the heart. He’s saying it like it is. Of course we have to keep on working to make Obamacare better. Of course we have to fix the problems … The Republicans don’t want to make Obamacare better, because they want to repeal it and throw 20 million people out of the program. That’s what Donald Trump wants to do, so I’m not defensive about the fact we have to fix it.”

Bill Clinton ripped into the health care law on Monday for its effect on middle-class Americans who did not qualify for subsidies, causing a stir given President Obama’s importance as a surrogate for his wife Hillary Clinton’s White House bid.

“So you’ve got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care and then the people who are out there busting it, sometimes 60 hours a week, wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. It’s the craziest thing in the world,” Clinton said.

He tried to walk back the remarks later in the week, according to CNN, saying he supported the law but still adding that it hurt many middle-class people.

“But there is a group of people–mostly small business owners and employees–who make just a little too much money to qualify for Medicaid expansion or for the tax incentives who can’t get affordable health insurance premiums in a lot of places. And the reason is they’re not in big pools,“ Clinton said. “So they have no bargaining power.”

MI5 spy narrowly avoids being butchered by north London Islamists

A former MI5 spy narrowly avoided being butchered by terrorists while following a group of Islamist extremists in London, it has emerged.

The spy, who goes by the pseudonym Tom Marcus, claims to have narrowly avoided being lured into a trap set by radical Islamists who wanted to kill the intelligence operative.

He describes the incident in a new book, Soldier Spy, in which he gives an account of his life as an agent for Britain’s domestic intelligence agency, MI5.

The book will be published this week, having already been vetted by MI5 to prevent security breaches.


Marcus worked as a mobile surveillance officer with MI5 from 2005 to 2013 after a career in special operations with the army.

In his autobiography, Marcus claims a group of extremists used counter surveillance techniques to track who was following them and lure him into an alleyway.

His operation was quickly abandoned by MI5 controllers when they realized what was happening.

It was later discovered that the extremists had made preparations to film the murder of the spy. When the authorities searched their London flat, they found the floor had been covered with plastic sheeting, while the room also contained a black flag, three butchers’ knives, and a video camera.

The biggest operation Marcus claims to have taken part in involved foiling a plot in 2009 in which al-Qaeda planned to blow up landmarks in Manchester over the Easter bank holiday.

He left the security services after being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and is having difficulty finding a job.

“The only really well-paid options for someone like me were in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, but I just couldn’t risk my life doing that,” Marcus told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire program.

“It was never an option. I didn’t want my PTSD to come back. And no amount of money is worth risking being caught and beheaded.”
Since leaving the agency, he has had to take up jobs in fast food restaurants and call centers to get by.

“Working as an MI5 surveillance officer is seen as a job for life – so when you have to come out it’s very difficult to figure out what job you can do,” he said.

“You can’t answer the question about what you’ve been doing for the last 10 to 15 years in a job interview properly because you’d be breaking the Official Secrets Act.

“So, work-wise, I just started at the bottom of the pile again. I got an MI5 pension but I had to make money by working in call centers and flipping burgers to build up work experience.”

Video shows angry mob attacking patrol car with officer inside… ‘We run the streets’…


A police officer who responded to several calls about illegal street racing and reckless driving found himself surrounded by a mob of angry people, some of whom yelled and cursed at him while others hit and kicked his vehicle as he sat inside.

“F the police, we run the streets,” they said, according to Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer, ABC affiliate KFSN-TV reported.

The incident happened the afternoon of Sept. 25. The Fresno Police Department and California Highway Patrol received reports of large crowds blocking traffic a few miles outside of downtown Fresno, according to the police department.

A California Highway Patrol officer, who was first on scene, spotted a reckless driver and got out of his vehicle to make a traffic stop, the police department said. Then, people began yelling at the driver to leave. The driver sped away, and the officer went back to his vehicle to chase him. That’s when a crowd of about 30 to 40 surrounded the officer’s sport-utility vehicle.

Several people can be seen violently kicking the sides of the SUV while others recorded the incident with their phones.

The officer, whose name was not released, was able to drive away unharmed.

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Over the past week, the police department has posted to its Facebook page several still photos taken from videos of the attack.

Three men, Federico Gonzalez, 20; Gabriel Deanda, 18; and Milton Rodriguez, 29, have been arrested in connection with the incident, according to media reports.

Rodriguez was the driver whom the officer tried to pull over, the Fresno Bee reported. The officer’s dash camera and a license plate reader were able to collect information about the Chevrolet Tahoe that Rodriguez was driving, according to the paper.

One of the suspects was arrested after his fingerprints were traced from the officer’s SUV, according to media reports. One of them also admitted to investigators that he was upset with the California Highway Patrol for towing his car.

Both Gonzalez and Deanda are members of the Bulldog gang, the Fresno Bee reported.

The attack resulted in about $12,000 worth of damage to the patrol car, which had several dents and shattered windows.

Police are still looking for more suspects, including Guadalupe Gonzalez, 19, and a still-unidentified man who, police said, was wearing a red baseball cap and tried to throw what appeared to be a large rock at the officer.

“We’re going to identify as many people as possible that were involved in this incident and we’re going to arrest them,” Dyer told ABC affiliate KFSN-TV. “We’ll work with the DA’s office to prosecute them and make sure they’re prosecuted on some serious felony charges.”

Dyer said that had the officer gotten out of his car when the crowd surrounded him, “I’m not sure what would’ve happened.”

Investigators think that some of the suspects came from the Bay Area, but that a majority are from Fresno in California’s Central Valley. Dyer told reporters that the attack occurred during a street-racing event.

The Washington Post was unable to reach someone from the police department or the California Highway Patrol on Sunday.

The incident comes at a tense time for law enforcement in the country.

Just a few days before the attack on the officer, the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, who is black, prompted riots in Charlotte and repeated calls for authorities to release video footage of the shooting. The footage was later released, but it did not show whether Scott was armed.

On Sept. 16, a Tulsa police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man. Officer Betty Jo Shelby, who has been charged with first-degree manslaughter for the death of Terence Crutcher, pleaded not guilty during an arraignment Friday.

In Fresno, the shooting death of Dylan Noble in June prompted its own angry demonstrations. A vigil for the 19-year-old, who is white, featured Confederate flags and a “White Lives Matter” sign. Body-camera footage showed officers fatally shooting the unarmed 19-year-old, who is seen hiding his hands behind his back and disobeying officers’ commands.

According to The Washington Post’s database, police fatally shot 991 people in 2015 and 719 this year. Of those shot this year, 43 were unarmed, while nearly 400 had a gun.

Speaking at a news conference Friday, Dyer, the Fresno police chief, said there appears to be a willingness from some people to attack police officers.

“We know what the environment is across the nation today with protests, riots and police officers being attacked and a lot of the criticism that law enforcement faces,” Dyer said, according to the Fresno Bee. “I believe this is a symptom of that.”

George Soros network pushed “Islamophobia” propaganda after San Bernardino jihad massacre


“ReThink Media, funded in part through NSHR grantee the Security and Rights Collaborative, distributed a set of talking points to organizations working to combat Islamophobia and arranging a series of conference calls to discuss messaging and crisis communications tactics.”

For years I have wondered why every single mainstream media reporter I have ever encountered was completely in the tank for the “Islamophobia” myth, and wholly unconcerned about jihad terrorism. Now we know why: they were bought and paid for. These revelations should bring the whole elite media superstructure tumbling down. It won’t, but every new push brings it closer to collapse.

“Hacked Memos: George Soros Network Hyped ‘Islamophobia’ After Muslim Terror Attacks,” by Aaron Klein, Breitbart, September 28, 2016:

NEW YORK – In the wake of Islamic terrorist attacks in the U.S. and abroad, grantees of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations mobilized to counter anti-refugee and anti-Muslim immigration sentiment while using the attacks to push gun control and advocate against the surveillance of Muslims in major U.S. cities such as New York.

Hacked Foundations memos reviewed by Breitbart Jerusalem betray the symbiotic relationship between Soros’ grantees and prominent politicians, including Attorney General Loretta Lynch, in working to push these agendas.

One December 3, 2015 document, titled “Aftermath of ISIS attacks,” outlined a network of grantees that immediately sprung to action pushing specific policy agendas immediately after the December 2, 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.

“Anticipating a backlash against Muslims, advocates swung into high gear,” the memo relates.

The grantee actions included attacks on those who spoke against immigration from Islamic countries, a push for gun control, and a speech by Attorney General Lynch at the annual dinner of a grantee, Muslim Advocates.

Here are some actions, as cited in the document:

*ReThink Media, funded in part through NSHR grantee the Security and Rights Collaborative, distributed a set of talking points to organizations working to combat Islamophobia and arranging a series of conference calls to discuss messaging and crisis communications tactics.

*Muslim Advocates was set to host a conversation with Attorney General Loretta Lynch on efforts to battle hate speech and anti-Muslim discrimination at its annual dinner in Washington DC.

* Advocates of greater gun control took to Twitter, chiding the parade of politicians who sent “thoughts and prayers” without taking concrete steps to improve public safety. The Center for American Progress convened calls on mass gun violence—one of a number of efforts to follow through on President Obama’s exhortation to revive efforts to enact new controls, such as universal background checks or a ban on assault rifles.

* The National Security Network released a new policy report entitled Mainstreaming Hate: The Far-Right Fringe Origins of Islamophobic and Anti-Refugee Politics in their handling of the Syrian refugee resettlement.

* The Refugee Council USA and some of its members issued calls to action to safeguard the Syrian refugee resettlement program.

After the Lynch event, a second Foundations’ memo boasted, “Appearing at the annual dinner hosted by grantee Muslim Advocates, Attorney General Loretta Lynch vowed that her department would vigorously investigate claims of hate speech that could lead to anti-Muslim violence.”

The first document relates a specific rapid response deployment of Foundations grantees to combat calls for restrictions on the visa waiver program after it was made public that Tashfeen Malik, one of the San Bernardino attackers, passed three background checks by U.S. immigration officials and was granted a K-1 visa to immigrate from Pakistan as the fiance of attacker Syed Rizwan Farook.

The document reveals:

Following the San Bernardino shootings in December by a U.S. citizen and his Pakistani spouse, there were additional proposals to limit the immigration of foreign nationals from specific Muslim countries, including restrictions on the visa waiver program.

US Programs’ Reserve Fund request, already in pipeline since the Syrian refugee crisis erupted last summer, received tentative approval. This request, which includes both c3 and c4 components, will provide communications capacity and advocacy support to refugee groups. It will also bolster immigrant rights groups’ ability to respond to anti-Muslim and anti-refugee rhetoric, which has been prominent in the race for the Republican 2016 presidential nomination.

The issue of refugee resettlement is central to the Open Society Foundations’ domestic aims. As recently reported by Breitbart News, hacked Soros documents state that the billionaire and his foundation helped to successfully press the Obama administration into increasing to 100,000 the total number of refugees taken in by the U.S. annually. The documents reveal that the billionaire personally sent President Obama a letter on the issue of accepting refugees.

Meanwhile, another document, titled, “ISIS Attacks Aftermath” and dated November 17, 2015, lamented that “Tuesday brought a more concerted effort to push back against efforts, fueled by key leaders in Congress and governors in over half the states, to bar Syrian refugees from resettlement in whole swaths of the U.S.”

According to that memo, among the prescriptions from grantees was:

Cities United for Immigration Action, a coalition of nearly 100 mayors, municipalities and counties organized by New York City’s Bill de Blasio, sought to counter the wave of governors opposed to allowing in Syrian refugees with a message of welcome and inclusion. “We should not close our borders to any group of people fleeing the atrocities and horrors of terrorism,” said Mayor de Blasio.

Yet another document listing grantee response to Islamic State attacks, dated January 7, 2016, addressed grantee opposition activism to the domestic surveillance of Muslims. The actions, the document states, included a lawsuit “contesting the NYPD’s surveillance of Muslims in New Jersey, brought by grantees Muslim Advocates and the Center for Constitutional Rights.”

Police arrest 2, fire pepper balls at protesters in El Cajon, California following altercations

Police used pepper balls on dozens of protesters in El Cajon, California, and detained two men, after the crowd started throwing glass bottles at the officers.

According to an El Cajon Police press release, up to 75 protesters blocked an intersection in the town, stopping cars and breaking their windows. They also assaulted a motorcyclist who was knocked off of his motorcycle.


The local police got numerous 911 calls about the events, so a group of officers was sent to the scene. The policemen declared an unlawful assembly and ordered the protesters to disperse.

After the warning, protesters started hurling objects at officers, who then deployed pepper bullets and made arrests, according to police press release.

One of the detained is described as a 19-year-old male and the other is a 28-year-old male, according to police. Both are from El Cajon. There are no reported injuries at this time.

READ MORE: Black man fatally shot by El Cajon Police was unarmed, pointing e-cigarette

The disturbance comes a few days after 38-year-old Alfred Olango, an unarmed man, was fatally shot by police in El Cajon.

Initial reports indicated Olango may have been mentally ill, but his mother said that it was not true, and that her son was grieving for a friend.

Olango had a criminal history, and according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, the department tried to deport him twice, but Uganda refused to take him.

A few hours after the shooting, authorities released a photo that showed Olango holding an object and facing the officer that eventually shot him. The object was later identified as an e-cigarette.

Olango’s family had come to the US from war-torn Uganda 25 years ago for protection. The family is set to hold a rally on Saturday, and urged locals to join them.