VIDEO : BUSTED! Vegas Hillary Staff Caught on Hidden Camera Committing VOTER FRAUD



The Hillary campaign is one big racketeering ring.

Collectively speaking, these people have no ethics and no morals.

It’s very much a “The Ends Justify The Means” mentality.

And like their candidate, they shamelessly break the law and the rules, with seemingly no punishment whatsoever.

That’s the case in Las Vegas, where team Hillary is literally knowingly breaking the law and committing VOTER FRAUD.

Oh, and bonus, they laugh about it.

I would imagine that their boss, Hillary is also having a hearty laugh.

Below is the undercover video blowing the lid off of these sick liberal animals.

Busted AGAIN! Hidden cam busts clinton staffers

Amy Moreno

Foreign ‘dirty bomb’ responders train in Nevada…


MERCURY — In today’s world it could be called the University for Dirty Bomb Studies.

Founded in 1998, it was a niche at what was then the Nevada Test Site for emergency responders to learn how to deal with disasters caused by weapons of mass destruction.

Since then, about 180,000 firefighters, police officers, public safety officials and hazardous materials technicians from all corners of the United States have completed courses that teach them how to detect, prevent and react to an unthinkable act involving radioactive or hazardous materials to harm civilian populations.

In a few months this Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training will enter a new, international dimension as police officers from eastern Europe and elsewhere outside the U.S. descend on a one-of-a-kind training facility in Area 1 at the Nevada National Security Site, 85 miles northwest of Las Vegas.


Known as “T-1,” the site is unique because it was ground zero for the Apple-2 nuclear test, a large-scale civil defense experiment in 1955 that used an atomic bomb placed on a tower to blow up buildings and structures in “Survival Town.” The blast delivered an explosive yield equivalent to 29,000 tons of TNT, or 8,000 more than the nuclear blast at Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945, the second and last time a nuclear weapon was used in combat.

The Apple-2 detonation left a higher-than-normal level of background radiation in the immediate area that, while safe to access 60 years later, is ideal for students to learn how to use hand-held and personal radiation detectors to interpret their readings from a previously contaminated area.

“The T-1 training area is unique and cannot be replicated,” Nevada National Security Site spokesman Darwin Morgan said in an email Friday.

“It is an important asset for first responders in the United States — and eventually from other countries — because it provides them practical hands-on experience to learn about radiation, contamination and decontamination,” he said.



The first wave of foreign students is expected to arrive in September for Project Mercury, a $500,000 pilot program that will bring first responders from Interpol, the world’s largest international police organization.

While the cost of the security site’s counterterrorism effort is $22 million funded annually by the Department of Homeland Security, the $500,000 for the inaugural Project Mercury trial course comes from the Department of Defense, a Pentagon official said Friday.

He said the money covers training for “a small contingent of foreign first responder personnel” sponsored by Interpol.

The official, a spokesman for the office of the Secretary of Defense, added that future funding avenues exist in “several programs that build partner capacity to deal with the full range of threats associated with” weapons of mass destruction.

One, he said, focuses on teaming with other nations to ensure there will be safe and successful responses to nuclear incidents.

Other Defense Department programs are aimed at reducing the threat posed by the movement of radioactive materials across borders, and building the capacity of countries to reduce threats within their borders or region, including countermeasures to thwart smuggling of nuclear materials.

Project Mercury comes at a time of heightened awareness about radioactive materials from nuclear medicine sources, research reactors or even power reactors falling into the hands of terrorists, said Brian Richardson, training supervisor for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Counter-Terrorism Operations Support Team.

“Currently several terrorist organizations are attempting to get radiological material for a radiological dispersal device, or dirty bomb. Others are actually trying to acquire a stolen nuclear weapon,” he said.

While a so-called dirty bomb wouldn’t erupt into a nuclear chain reaction, explosives could scatter radioactive material over a widespread area, requiring years to clean it up to make it accessible again.

Another fear is that terrorists in possession of special nuclear materials could detonate a device that exposes people to harmful radition that could kill or severely injure them, he said.




The militia movement is growing. See what drives members to join and train with one of Indiana’s largest militias.

David Nantz carefully pushed aside a grouping of bare branches at the tree line of Echo Lake Park, then stood still. He listened for movement, playing the role of the enemy attempting to infiltrate a base that had been forged by his men.

It was Sunday, training day, and the Indiana Volunteer Militia, one of the largest militias in the state, was practicing how to set up a patrol base and establish perimeter security. Their mission was to fashion a few shelters and secure the base before Nantz made entry.

In a real world scenario, Nantz said, when the grid goes down, you have to know how to protect yourself and your family.

Recent high-profile standoffs with federal law enforcement agencies in Nevada and Oregon, as well as a controversial appearance by a militia group during the police brutality protests last year in Ferguson following the shooting of Michael Brown, has soured the word “militia” in the mouths of many Americans.

But the militia movement is growing. According to a study published by the Southern Poverty Law Center in January, the number of active militia groups in the United States has risen by 37 percent since 2014.

To better understand why these groups exist, and what drives people to join them, IndyStar reporter Michael Anthony Adams was granted access to the Indiana Volunteer Militia, to give you an inside look at how its members train and prepare.


Shooting of Oregon occupier LaVoy Finicum justified – prosecutor


The Oregon State Trooper who shot and killed Robert ‘LaVoy’ Fincium, one of the leaders of the armed occupation of the Malheur Wildlife National Refuge, were cleared of any wrongdoing.

Finicum was killed January 26 when a convoy headed from the refuge to a community meeting was met by FBI and state troopers.

Two troopers shot Finicum in the back a total of three times, one of which pierced his heart, the Oregonian reported. A prosecutor ruled the shooting was legally justified, noting that Oregon state law allows the use of deadly force when officers believe that a person is likely to seriously injure or kill someone else.

Finicum had a loaded handgun in his pocket at the time of the encounter with law enforcement, and kept moving his hands towards that pocket. There was an Oregon trooper in front of the 54-year-old, the prosecutor said.

“All six shots fired by the Oregon State Police, the three into the truck and the three that struck Mr. Finicum, are justified,” said Malheur County District Attorney Dan Norris in a prepared statement. He noted that the shots were “in fact, necessary.”

However, the US Department of Justice is investigating an unnamed FBI agent who fired twice at the Arizona rancher, but didn’t report the shots. The four other members of the agent’s Hostage Rescue Team, an elite FBI unit, are also under criminal investigation for potentially helping the shooter cover up the shooting. Neither of the bullets struck Finicum.

The revelation was part of the release of the findings by a team of local investigators, according to the Oregonian.

READ MORE: Oregon standoff: Militia member loses foster kids, blames ‘pressure from the feds’

In February, Finicum’s family said that he was “executed in cold blood,” and accused law enforcement of deliberately misleading the public about the events in late January. Three days after his death, the FBI released video of the shooting.


The Oregon State Police and the FBI planned the peaceful arrest of the occupiers for days, investigators said, adding that they plan to release police reports, interview transcripts, photographs, the autopsy report and new video to allow the public to evaluate their findings in Finicum’s death.



Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 11.26.59 AM

Government considers Bundy supporters domestic terrorists – MARCH 4, 2016

The federal government took action against supporters of Cliven Bundy on Thursday.

Two of Bundy’s sons, David Harold Bundy and Melvin D. Bundy, were arrested by federal agents. Two other sons, Ammond and Ryan Bundy, were arrested by the feds on January 26 after LaVoy Finicum was killed by the government during the non-violent occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.

Cliven Bundy was arrested on February 10 in Portland, Oregon.
A federal indictment names the elder Bundy as the leader and beneficiary of the “conspiracy” to prevent the government from seizing cattle near the Bundy ranch in Nevada in April 2014. Bureau of Land Management officials backed down after public backlash.

The arrest of 12 people in six states followed a grand jury indictment in Nevada’s US District Court on Wednesday.
The indictment charges the Bundy supporters with conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, conspiracy to impede or injure a federal officer, weapon use and possession, assault on a federal officer, threatening a federal law enforcement officer, obstruction of justice, extortion to interfere with commerce and interstate travel in aid of extortion.
“This investigation began the day after the assault against federal law enforcement officers and continues to this day,” US Attorney Daniel Bogden said in a statement. “We will continue to work to identify the assaults and their role in the assault and the aftermath, in order to ensure that justice is served.”
The corporate media is reporting that one of the arrested men, Jerry DeLemus, is connected to the Trump campaign. DeLemus is the co-chair of Veterans for Trump in New Hampshire. The organization is not formally part of the Trump campaign.
The arrested Bundy supporters will likely face stiff penalties and long prison terms. In April 2014 Harry Reid, the Democrat Senate Minority Leader, called Bundy supporters “domestic terrorists.”