Sunday, July 22, 2018

Trump tweet accuses FBI and DoJ of misleading court

Trump asserted without evidence Sunday that newly released documents relating to the wiretapping of his onetime campaign adviser Carter Page "confirm with little doubt" that intelligence agencies misled the court that approved the warrant. Lawmakers from both political parties said that the documents don't show wrongdoing and that they appear to undermine previous claims by top Republicans.
Congratulations to and on being successful in getting the Carter Page FISA documents. As usual they are ridiculously heavily redacted but confirm with little doubt that the Department of “Justice” and FBI misled the courts. Witch Hunt Rigged, a Scam!

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Trump warns longtime lawyer of 'consequences' of taped conversation - Update

Donald Trump was secretly recorded by Michael Cohen, his personal lawyer, discussing hush payments to a former Playboy model who claims she had an affair with him.

A recording of the conversation, which took place two months before the 2016 presidential election, was seized by the FBI in a raid on Mr Cohen’s home and office earlier this year. Specifically, the FBI is looking into payments to Karen McDougal, a Playboy model, and Stormy Daniels, the adult film star. McDougal, 47, sold her story to the National Enquirer just before the election for $150,000.
President Donald Trump lashed out at his longtime lawyer, Michael Cohen, suggesting that there could be legal consequences for Cohen’s decision to record a discussion they had two months before the 2016 election about paying a former Playboy model who said she had an affair with Trump.

Here's what Trump had to say on Twitter ... “Even more inconceivable that a lawyer would tape a client — totally unheard of & perhaps illegal. The good news is that your favorite President did nothing wrong!”
Trump’s advisers have viewed the Cohen investigation as possibly a greater risk than the special counsel inquiry into his campaign’s ties to Russia, given Cohen’s onetime status as the keeper of Trump’s personal and business secrets.

Friday, July 20, 2018

‘Say that again?’: U.S. intelligence chief learns of Putin’s White House invite

U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was left in the dark about Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s White House invitation.

He was informed about the invite on live television, while he was speaking at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado. During the event, Coats also claimed that he didn’t know exactly what happened during U.S. President Donald Trump‘s meeting with Putin earlier this week. Coats, who oversees the nation’s 17 intelligence agencies, also said that if he had been asked, he would have advised Trump against meeting Putin alone, with just interpreters. He has continued to raise the alarm on Russia since his appointment by Trump as intelligence chief in March 2017. Clearly Trump isn't listening.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

'Stuff of nightmares': Time magazine morphs Trump's face with Putin's for new cover

Time magazine has placed U.S. President Donald Trump on its cover for the second time in as many months. The striking image, morphing the 72-year-old’s face with that of Russian President Vladimir Putin, comes following the pair’s meeting in Helsinki, Finland. The July cover was likened to a similar morphing of the two world leaders in a March 2017 issue of German magazine Der Spiegel.

The U.S. president has been tweeting furiously all week, defending his 'performance' at the summit. “The Summit with Russia was a great success, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake News Media”

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

MGM Resorts sues Las Vegas shooting victims

MGM Resorts International has sued hundreds of victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history in a bid to avoid liability.

The company argues in lawsuits filed in Nevada, California, New York and other states that it has “no liability of any kind” to survivors or families of slain victims. MGM wants a court to declare that the U.S. law “precludes any finding of liability” against the company “for any claim for injuries arising out of or related to Paddock’s mass attack.” Most see the maneuver as an attempt to intimidate victims.

High-stakes gambler Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds more last year before killing himself.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Trump says he meant the opposite of what he said

U.S. President Donald Trump says he meant the opposite of what he said in Helsinki. Under heavy pressure from all sides he told reporters that he said he meant he doesn’t see why Russia “wouldn’t” be responsible.

He also now says he accepts the American intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia interfered in the election, with the proviso that it had nothing to do with his campaign. Earlier in the day on Twitter, Trump declared that his summit in Helsinki with Putin went “even better” than his meeting with NATO allies last week in Brussels. The global barrage against the criticism and insults he delivered has grown to the point where he now dismisses it all with a new attack on a familiar target: the news media. His remarks, siding with a foe on foreign soil over his own government, brought intense criticism from GOP politicians that have generally stuck with Trump during a year and a half of turmoil.
He was assailed as never seen before as he returned home. Even staunch Trump backer Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker, called Trump’s comments “the most serious mistake of his presidency” and said they “must be corrected — immediately.”
Former CIA Director John Brennan, who served under President Barack Obama, called Trump’s words “nothing short of treasonous.” Brennan tweeted: “Not only were Trump’s comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin."

Monday, July 16, 2018

Trump blaming U.S. ‘stupidity’ for sour relations with Russia

Reaction to the latest Trumpism has been loud and plentiful. 'No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant,' said Trump critic McCain. Even many Republicans are shaking their heads. When asked if he held Russia "accountable for anything," Trump said he held "both countries responsible," echoing language he used after hostilities broke out last year when white nationalists rallied in Virginia.

Trump also again assailed the investigation being led by Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 election, calling it a "disaster for our country," and seemingly expressed skepticism over the findings of his own intelligence agencies.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

‘Tyrone is getting nothing’: lotto winner vows to sue nephew over splitting $1.2M prize

Barbara Reddick has no intention of splitting 'her' big lotto win. The feud between an aunt and her nephew erupted in a painfully public way, with Reddick vowing to sue the teenager in front of a pack of news cameras. “I’m taking him to court. It was my ticket,” she shouted. “Now he’s trying to lie and say I said split.”

“I said ‘Well, put your name on the ticket and you’ll be my good luck charm. I didn’t say split. I never mentioned money at all.”
“Tyrone is getting nothing from me,” she said. “It’s just for the principle. We were so close. He broke my heart. He broke it. … People go crazy when it comes to money.”

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Shark bites InstaStupid model

'Doing it for the gram' has nearly cost one 'model' her arm after being bitten by a shark in the Bahamas. Katarina Zarutskie, a 19-year-old nursing student from Florida, was swimming with a group of nurse sharks at Staniel Cay marina in the Bahamas when one grabbed her arm and began dragging her underwater. While the 'model' said she was fortunate, she was worried a permanent scar from the incident could affect her modelling career.

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been 'reflecting' on groping allegations

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has responded to 18-year-old groping allegations, saying he “apologized in the moment” but doesn’t believe he did anything wrong. “I’ve been reflecting on the actual interaction and if I apologized later, then it would be because I sensed that she was not entirely comfortable with the interaction that we had,” Trudeau told reporters Thursday. “Even when the original editorial came out at the time I was fairly confident, I was very confident, that I hadn’t acted in a way that I felt was in any way inappropriate.”

The scandal, which some have dubbed GropeGate, has been dogging Trudeau who has presented himself as the ridiculously feminist prime minister. The bloom is off this rose/dope.

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Instafamous Model Busted for Drugs

Mary Molloy, 25, is a popular fitness model on Instagram. Known for her photos in skimpy bikinis and her videos showing her workouts she has 70,000 followers.

Police in Australia allege that Molloy and her former partner Jason Atkins, 32, were part of a huge drug trafficking ring in Queensland.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Blake Leibel convicted - Update; Life without Parole

Blake Leibel, 37, guilty last week of first-degree murder, torture and aggravated mayhem in the slaying of 30-year-old Iana Kasian has been sentenced to life without possibility of parole.
Blake Leibel has been found guilty of his girlfriend's gruesome murder. Iana Kasian’s death came at the jealous, raging hands of the father of her three-week-old baby, who was infuriated that he was no longer the center of attention.

When cops found Kasian’s body on a bed, covered in a red Mickey Mouse blanket, she had been battered about the face. An ear and two eyebrows were cut off and she had been scalped. Every drop of blood had been drained from her body.
Blake Leibel has been convicted of torturing, disfiguring and ultimately killing his girlfriend in their West Hollywood apartment. He could be put to death by the state of California because of the gruesome nature of his crime.

The graphic novelist, screenwriter and son of a prominent Toronto developer, pleaded not guilty to charges of premeditated murder, mayhem, aggravated mayhem and torture yesterday. His alleged victim: Iana Kasian, his live-in girlfriend and mother of his newborn child. Prosecutors say Leibel tortured and mutilated Kasian before killing her, then draining the blood from her body.
“A decision on whether to seek the death penalty will be made at a later date,” a release said. California last executed a prisoner in 2006. The accused wore a sleeveless padded suicide jacket during his brief court appearance in Los Angeles. Leibel is the son of Toronto-area businessman Lorne Leibel, the owner of Touchstone Homes.
A week before Kasian's body was found, Leibel was arrested on a sex-assault charge.
30-year-old Iana Kasian “sustained blunt force trauma to her head.” Leibel had barricaded himself in the West Hollywood apartment and placed furniture and bedding to prevent police from entering. Police forced their way through and arrested the 35-year-old without incident.

Kasian had just given birth four weeks ago. Court documents related to his mother’s will reveal Blake Leibel’s life in L.A. was entirely financially supported by both his parents. Blake Leibel lived a privileged, lavish lifestyle marked by contentious disputes with his family over money.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Heather Locklear arrested again for punching police officer, kicking EMT

Former Melrose Place star Heather Locklear was arrested again for an incident where she allegedly punched a police officer and kicked an emergency medical technician at her southern California home. Police were called to Locklear’s house after she got into an argument with friends and family. She was “heavily intoxicated” at the time of arrest, and she punched a police officer who attempted to intervene. The arrest comes four months after Locklear was involved in an eerily similar situation.

See --->Heather Locklear busted for battery

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Trump accuses Canadians of smuggling/scuffing U.S. Shoes

U.S. President Donald Trump is accusing Canadians of buying goods in the U.S. and smuggling them home across the border because of tariffs, while pledging that Canada will no longer "take advantage" of the U.S. Trump cited a story in a "major newspaper".

Nobody has any clue what he's talking about, again. "The tariffs to get common items back in to Canada are so high that they have to smuggle them in. They buy shoes and they wear 'em they scuff 'em up… We’re treated horribly."