ABC Hypes Claims of ‘Racist’ Ingraham Comments, Edits Her Response

On Sunday’s World News Tonight, the show picked up on complaints by liberals accusing FNC host Laura Ingraham of making “racist” comments about the NBA’s LeBron James on her show in which she criticized him for his recent slam against President Donald Trump. 

The worst thing about ABC’s pre-recorded report was that, although the news team were clearly aware of Ingraham’s response since they used a portion of it, they omitted the key explanation that her choice of words was a takeoff on her book, Shut Up and Sing, as the conservative talk radio host has had a long history of calling out liberal celebrities both white and black.

In the show’s opening, ABC host Tom Llamas teased the report: “Racist remarks? The Fox News TV host under fire after telling LeBron James to, quote, ‘shut up and dribble.'”

A bit later, showing images of Ingraham and James on screen with the words “Racist Remark?” underneath, Llamas set up the report: “Fox News host Laura Ingraham accused of making racist remarks over James’s political statements after telling him to quote, ‘shut up and dribble.'” 

Correspondent Eva Pilgrim began her piece by declaring that LeBron James “is not backing down” over the criticisms Ingraham made about him on her FNC show. After playing a clip of James claiming that President Trump “don’t give a f*** about the people,” then came a clip of the FNC host: “Keep the political commentary to yourself, or, as someone once said: Shut up and dribble.”

After Pilgrim recalled that Ingraham’s comments led to a “lighting up” of  social media, viewers then saw two edited clips which only showed a small portion of Ingraham’s on-air response and defense of her words.

INGRAHAM CLIP #1: Many claim my line that LeBron should “shut up and dribble” was racist. Uh — what?

INGRAHAM CLIP #2: If you’re a white NBA player and you said that stuff that he said — about Obama — you’d never play again.

Pilgrim then ended the report by informing viewers that James already had a previous history of complaining about President Trump, and that Ingraham has invited him onto her show,. The ABC correspondent did not inform viewers that the FNC host’s words were a reference back to her book which many of Ingraham’s audience members would be well aware of, and therefore get the point of her comment.

By contrast, even far-left MSNBC anchor Joy Reid at least played a larger portion of Ingraham’s response as the AM Joy host led a discussion to trash Ingraham and Fox News.

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Trump’s Racist Comments May Actually Help Some Immigrants Stay In The U.S.

President Donald Trump’s comments last week that the United States should try to attract immigrants from places like Norway instead of “shithole countries” like Haiti or El Salvador weren’t just racist. They also expose his immigration policies to challenge in federal court, and may even allow some of the people he’s trying to deport to stay in the U.S.

Here’s why: Trump made the “shithole countries” remark while defending his decision to cancel Temporary Protected Status ― a designation that offers deportation relief and work authorization to people from countries afflicted by natural disasters or war ― for hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan.

Stripping people of TPS is well within the president’s authority. But if Trump did so with the intention to discriminate against them because of their national origin or race (most Haitians are black, while most Norwegians are white), his administration may once again find itself in federal court defending the constitutionality of its actions.

Immigration lawyers who defend people facing deportation will be sure to cite Trump’s comments, too.

“I can guarantee I’ll be making an argument that this administration is discriminating based on national origin and race when I have a client who happens to be from Haiti, El Salvador, or Africa,” said Luis Mancheno, an attorney for Bronx Defenders, a nonprofit legal services group. “Or, honestly, anyone who’s not from Norway.”

Protestor Pierre Gabriel from Haiti carries flags during a march on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in Times Square.  (TIMOTHY A. CLARY via Getty Images)Protestor Pierre Gabriel from Haiti carries flags during a march on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in Times Square.  (TIMOTHY A. CLARY via Getty Images)

No group has yet announced a legal challenge to the Trump administration’s decision to cancel TPS for countries he reportedly derided as “shitholes.” But lawyers told HuffPost the comments could be used as evidence to support a claim that Trump canceled the program with discriminatory intent.

“This administration gives us an almost continual flow of circumstantial evidence that would support a conclusion of racial discrimination and bias,” Thomas Saenz, executive director of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, told HuffPost. “This latest fiasco certainly provides an important piece of evidence. It’s a pretty strong indication that [Trump] has racially discriminatory views that then influence his policy concerns, including cancelling TPS.”

The Trump administration already faces several lawsuits accusing the president of discrimination. The courts temporarily blocked his restrictions on travel from several Muslim-majority countries last year, partly over the allegation that he changed U.S. policy with the goal of targeting Muslims. And a lawsuit filed in New York by a coalition of 15 states, along with the District of Columbia, accuses Trump of ordering the cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as part of an “animus-driven” effort to discriminate against Mexicans. (DACA, an Obama-era initiative, allows undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as minors to avoid deportation and to work legally. More than three-quarters of DACA recipients were born in Mexico.)

Those lawsuits are peppered with Trump tweets and and passages from campaign speeches. He announced his candidacy by referring to Mexican immigrants broadly as “rapists” who are “bringing crime,” the New York lawsuit notes. One of his tweets referred to protesters carrying the Mexican flag as “criminals” and “thugs.”

“For those of us in the immigrant rights world who seek to defend the interests and rights of immigrants, we always welcome the president saying exactly what he feels,” Justin Cox, an attorney with the National Immigration Law Center, one of the groups suing to overturn the DACA cancellation, told HuffPost. “Even though that can be exceedingly painful for everyone to see.”

Challenging officials on equal protection grounds is often difficult. Those making such claims in court have to prove discrimination was intentional in an era when public officials rarely make overtly racist comments. Instead, those legal challenges often have to show that a new law or policy disproportionately impacts a certain group, or that authorities violated normal procedures to push through a change ― a standard laid out in a 1970s Supreme Court housing discrimination case Arlington Heights v. Metropolitan Housing Corp.

But every time Trump fires off a statement that punctures the barriers of political correctness ― like the “shithole countries” comment, or when he reportedly said the United States shouldn’t take more immigrants from Haiti because they “all have AIDS” ― he makes it that much easier to prove in court that his administration is changing immigration policy for reasons that have more to do with personal prejudice than national security.

On Friday, U.S. District Judge William Alsup issued an order detailing claims the Trump administration will face in the challenge to kill DACA. He allowed the claim alleging discriminatory intent to move forward.  

In that ruling, Alsup cited a case in which Arizona banned the Tucson school district from teaching Mexican-American studies classes. The lawyers who challenged the ethnic studies law based their claim that officials discriminated against Hispanic students in large part on the Arlington Heights case.

But one of the officials who carried out the Mexican-American studies restrictions was John Huppenthal, the former head of the state public education system, who was outed as an internet troll in 2014. Huppenthal’s mean-spirited comments about Hispanics played a major role in overturning the ethnic studies law.  

“Huppenthal’s blog comments provide the strongest evidence that racial animus motivated the enforcement of” the state law against the Mexican-American studies program, Judge A. Wallace Tashima wrote in the opinion finding the restrictions unconstitutional.

One day, Trump might find himself on the losing end of a similar ruling.

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Gainesville 'Hot Cop' Resigns Amid Investigation Over Alleged Anti-Semitic Comments

One of the so-called ‘Hot Cops’ whose photo brought them viral fame during Hurricane Irma has resigned.

Michael Hamill, formerly of the Gainesville Police Department in Florida, was the focus of an internal investigation that began when years-old, anti-Semitic comments were discovered on his Facebook page.

The Gainesville PD Internal Affairs investigators said in a statement they’d opened two separate investigations into Hamill. One concerned the anti-Semitic statements he allegedly made on his personal Facebook account and the other concerned sexual relations he allegedly had while on duty. 

The department said in a statement that both allegations come with “a possible recommendation of… termination.”

Hamill tendered his resignation on Dec. 6, the day he was scheduled to appear for an Internal Affairs Interview for both matters.

“The Gainesville Police Department continues to demand a culture of understanding and respect for all persons that we serve,” the department’s statement continued.

All new Gainesville Police recruits will tour the Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg before being sworn in, it added.

Hamill, along with Officer Dan Rengering, 27, and Officer John Nordman, 39, uploaded a selfie to the Gainesville Police Department Facebook page in September, and the trio quickly went viral for their good looks.

One of the screenshots from Hamill’s Facebook page, posted in 2011, read: “So I find it funny that people will talk about how our government needs to do something about our economy and in reality its YOU who needs to stop taking advantage of our system and get a life and do something with your life. Gotta love reality when it hits you in the face. Stupid people annoy me. put them in an oven and deal with them the hitler way. haha”

Another screenshot of a 2013 post reads: “Who knew that reading jewish jokes before I go to bed would not only make me feel better about myself but also help me sleep better as well. here is one for everybody ‘what’s the difference between boy scouts and jews?’ anybody know? well it is because ‘Boy scouts come back from their camps.’”

Hamill joined the force in 2016, three years after he made the alleged comments.


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JFK’s Shocking Comments About Alien Beings & UFOs Before He Passed Away

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It might sound unbelievable, but we’re currently living in an era that’s birthed the disclosure of some very sensitive information. So sensitive that despite all of the evidence, it’s still hard for many people to think about, let alone accept. And that’s the fact that there are now dozens of governments who have confirmed the existence of UFOs. We’re talking about mysterious objects performing maneuvers that defy our laws of physics. Apart from having both visual and radar confirmations, there are hundreds of military officers from all ranks, politicians and academicians speaking out and providing evidence that suggests some of these UFOs are indeed extraterrestrial.

One of the people responsible for this movement is Dr. Steven Greer, MD and founder of The Disclosure Project and The Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI), who has been on a mission for decades to shed light on the fact that we’re not alone, that we’ve never been alone, and that an ET presence is currently engaging our planet and the human race.

This person has been able to organize and bring forth hundreds of military whistleblowers with verified backgrounds, who have given some shocking witness testimony.  Colonel Ross Dedrickson is one example; here is an interview Dr. Greer conducted with him over a decade ago.

Another example would be former Apollo astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, who confirmed that himself and Greer did in fact have multiple meetings within the Pentagon about this issue.

One thing is for sure: Greer has some interesting connections that have allowed him to do what he does. He’s known as the father of the disclosure movement, for one person to bring forth hundreds of defence employees is quite eye-opening.

Out of all those who support him that come from different fields and verified backgrounds, Dr. Greer has amassed a great deal of credibility. Being in contact with, and referenced by astronauts, colonels, generals and more who have agreed to participate in the disclosure movement is what gives his project a special kind of credibility, because all those who agree to an interview do indeed come from where they say they do, within the military industrial complex. Never before have we seen such a large gathering, all with verified backgrounds.

Which is why, when he conducts an interview where the name remains anonymous, it’s that much more interesting. Sure, we can’t verify this person’s identify, but the hundreds of others who have been a part of his disclosure project, as well as all of the big names who have verified multiple stories from Greer, it’s probably best to give this one the benefit of the doubt.

“There is considerable knowledge as far as the actual being of UFO and ET phenomena that we’re aware of today.”

The clip from Greer was a cut clip from his recent film, one that broke records, titled “Unacknowledged.

Other Information That Lends Credibility To This Story

According to Author and UFO researcher Dr. William Lester, the CIA released documents to him under the Freedom of Information act after he made a request while researching for his new book at the time, A Celebration of Freedom: JFK and the New Frontier. The document and story was brought forth by the Daily Mail, pertaining to a letter written by John F. Kennedy to the head of the CIA demanding to be shown highly confidential documents about UFOs just 10 days before his assassination.

According to the Daily Mail, “the secret memo is one of two letters written by JFK asking for information about the paranormal on November 12 1963, which have been released by the CIA for the first time.” 

It’s understandable that a Daily Mail article and a claim from a UFO researcher isn’t really considered credible, but what’s even more fascinating about the story is the fact that it also appears within some Wikileaks Cables.

February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files; over five million emails from the Texas headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor. The emails date between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal’s Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency. The emails show Stratfor’s web of informers, pay-off structure, payment laundering techniques, and psychological methods.

From these emails, we have one that details information that documents by a gentleman named Timothy S. Cooper, who, according to many, leaked the supposed “MJ-12” documents that dealt with the cover-up of UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon.

In the email, it states that “Soon after Kennedy became President, he began to needle the CIA for
information on UFOs” and  that “President Kennedy fired off a top secret memorandum to him outlining a previous discussion concerning a classification review of all CIA UFO files that could affect national security. Dated 12 November, 1963, just ten days before he would be gunned down in the streets of Dallas, Texas, Kennedy informed Angleton that he was setting things in motion to actually share sensitive CIA UFO intelligence data with the Russians through the director of NASA.”

The email itself goes into more detail.

The question to ask here is why is a company like Stratfor sending emails within the company regarding this topic?

Definitely interesting to think about.

Perhaps the most interesting fact is that JFK was President right around the time a massive cover-up regarding this topic ensued. Only a couple of terms before his own, President Harry Truman went on national television stating that this topic is discussed at every single conference they have with the military. The topic of flying saucers and “other things.” He stated that “there are always things like that going on” (source).

There are even claims that President Eisenhower held a meeting with extraterrestrials. His great granddaughter Laura is one who has spoken about the incident. You can read more about that specific story and where it comes from, here.

Today, Presidents don’t really know much. In fact, based on my research, when they do inquire they’re not told much and they don’t really have access nor a need to know information about UFOs and extraterrestrials. So who does?

Here are a couple of related CE articles that will give you an idea of who we’re referring to here:

A detailed description of the “Black Budget.”

10 Presidents and Politicians Who Told Us That A Secret Government Controls The World & What They Said

Here’s another interesting clip from Greer’s documentary that pertains to the subject. You can find out more about the documentary and how to watch it HERE.

It seems, based on my research,  that presidents don’t really have access to this type of information, and it’s not an easy thing to inquire about.




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Saudi Arabia hands protest note to Germany over comments on Lebanon crisis

Riyadh will hand a protest note to Germany’s ambassador to the Kingdom rebutting comments by German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel during a meeting with his Lebanese counterpart, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Saturday. Earlier this week, Gabriel criticized Saudi interference in Lebanon’s internal affairs. His statement has been described not only as “incorrect,” but also “outrageous and unjustified” by Saudi Arabia. The Kingdom’s ambassador to Germany has also been summoned to Riyadh for consultations following Berlin’s remarks, which were considered destabilizing by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to SPA.

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US Secretary of Energy Makes Some Very Interesting Comments About The Existence of Parallel Universes

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The new Netflix original series, Stranger Things, has been gaining popularity since its release this summer and for good reason. Not only is the TV show captivating, but it has numerous conscious undertones as well. The TV show is actually based on real-life government programs regarding telepathy and parallel universes. On a recent episode of Chelsea, Nuclear physicist and U.S. Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz, discussed the truth behind Stranger Things and confirmed that the U.S. government is researching higher dimensions and parallel universes.

MK Ultra Was The Inspiration Behind Stranger Things

If you’re unfamiliar with the TV show Stranger Things, here’s a quick synopsis: set in the 1980s, a young boy goes missing and his mother and friends set out to find him. They discover his disappearance is linked to a secret government program surrounding telepathy and an alternate dimension they refer to as “The Upside-Down.” As they uncover more clues, they meet a young girl (Eleven) with telepathic abilities who was experimented on in a government mind-control program. What many viewers didn’t know is that this horrific experiment was inspired by a real, CIA sanctioned program that ran from the 1950s until mid-1970s.

Matt and Ross Duffer, the brothers behind the show, stated in a Rolling Stones interview that their show was based on “bizarre” government experiments that took place during the Cold War, specifically MK Ultra. Matt explains, “We wanted the supernatural element to be grounded in science in some way. As ridiculous as it is, the monster [in the alternate dimension] doesn’t come from a spiritual domain and it’s not connected to any religion. It made it scarier. I don’t believe in ghosts, but I believe in aliens and alternate dimensions.”

In Stranger Things, the government allows the sacrifice of young children to satisfy this monster for “the greater good.” This sounds bone-chillingly familiar to what occurred in Project MK Ultra, as numerous innocent people including young children fell victim to these experiments, all of which was developed for “the greater good of America.”

More specifically, the experiments were intended to identify drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations and torture in order to weaken victims and force confessions out of them through the use of mind control. The TV show lightly touched on the severe mental, physical, and sexual abuse involved but left out many of the other gruesome details of the experiments, all of which you can read about here. The real monsters aren’t the illusory ones hiding under your bed, they’re the ones controlling these types of programs, otherwise known as the elite or the shadow government.

If you’re interested, check out this Evolve and Ascend article: The Hidden Programming Within Stranger Things.

U.S. Secretary of Energy On Stranger Things, Higher Dimensions, and Parallel Universes

One of the more recent episodes of the new Netflix show, Chelsea, guest stars Joshua Jackson, Don Cheadle, and U.S. Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz, in which they discuss Stranger Things. Even though Moniz hasn’t watched the show, he was quick to engage in the conversation by stating that he’d heard of the series and that there’s some truth behind it.

Moniz explains, “We do work in parallel universes… We are also a big supporter of very basic science, and that includes trying to understand the basic particles of nature and the structure of the universe. It turns out, theoretical physics addressing that looks at things like higher dimensions than three dimensions and parallel universes.”

You can watch the interview on Chelsea Handler’s show here:

How This Relates To Us

During the interview, the audience laughs off Moniz’s claims. People have so much trust in the system that they can’t even see what’s in front of them, even when government officials admit what they’re doing. To be fair, most of them probably hadn’t considered that the government may study parallel universes because the concept is often dismissed or considered “Hollywood movie material.”

This concept really isn’t that far out. The Milky Way alone includes billions of Earth-like, potentially habitable planets and the Milky Way  itself is only one of billions of galaxies. Furthermore, the scientific term multiverse was created in support of Stanford physicist Andrei Linde’s theory of eternal chaotic inflation, which supports the existence of an infinitely-increasing number of universes. Linde explains, “We started calling it a ‘multiverse,’ meaning the entire ensemble of innumerable regions of disconnected space-time.” We need to accept that we literally know nothing about the multiverse; thus, the potential for parallel universes is very real.

Scientists have been researching higher dimensions for decades, this is not new information. Carl Sagan discussed it on his TV show, Cosmos, back in the 1980s. We currently live in a third-dimensional world, so how do we gain access to higher dimensions? I personally believe that it can be done through our consciousness. Carl Sagan explained the differences between the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th dimensions on his show Cosmos, which you can watch here.

If you’re interested in learning more about multiple dimensions, below is a great clip for starters, taken from the film What The Bleep Do We Know.

Another noteworthy part of this video was when Joshua Jackson said, “So Stranger Things was fiction for us, but autobiography for you.” This relates to the lack of transparency in the government and how little information is disclosed to the public.

For example, UFO disclosure is practically non-existent in the U.S., mainstream media regularly spreads misinformation to benefit corporations, and black budget programs operate in complete secrecy. It’s no wonder the audience was confused, given how much corporate and government propaganda they’re exposed to on a daily basis.

Final Thoughts

I believe that all of this is proof that our planet is experiencing a massive shift in consciousness. Stranger Things helped shed light on what I consider to be one of the darkest government programs in history and one that continues to plague America. The fact that the U.S. Secretary of Energy was honest in admitting the government researches higher dimensions is a huge step in the right direction, even if there was an air of humour surrounding it. Let’s hope that other government officials follow suit!


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People Are Officially Done With John Kelly After His 'Absurd' Civil War Comments

John Kelly, chief of staff to President Donald Trump, angered many on Monday when he told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham that the Civil War was caused by a “lack of ability to compromise.” 

Kelly had been seen by some as a voice of reason in the White House. But his latest comments may have burned up whatever goodwill he had among the president’s critics:

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