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8chan News Board Ring: /pn/ - Politics and News - /politics/ - Politics

File: 337c5f09acb58ee⋯.webm (2.11 MB, 480x480, 1:1, trump_sit_down_funny.webm)

 No.504283[Reply]

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 No.504337

File: 65b6d9f48233356⋯.mp4 (1.65 MB, 640x360, 16:9, autistic screeching.mp4)


 No.504340

>>504336

Who ever said Obama wasn't a desperate power-hungry retard?


 No.504344

File: fa11ed691e9936f⋯.webm (1002.83 KB, 480x480, 1:1, cleric feminist.webm)

>m-muh feminism!


 No.504347

>>504340

yeah but who is dumb enough to think that a solar flare is caused by glowball warming?


 No.504348

>>504347

The same people who are dumb enough that think cow farts cause global warming?




File: d47046d398652bf⋯.jpg (521.52 KB, 2400x1800, 4:3, vaccines for africa, their….jpg)

 No.503892[Reply]

The first viruses CEPI will target are MERS-CoV, Lassa, and Nipah viruses. The coalition will seek to develop two vaccines for each virus, which emergency responders can administer in the event of an outbreak. It'll also look to defend against new strains of Ebola and Zika should they crop up.

CEPI has called on other world leaders for support in raising the remaining $510 million. As the coalition gathers momentum, Gates suspects the added brainpower will also lead to faster innovation.

"CEPI is a great example of how supporting innovation and R&D can help the world to address some of its most pressing health challenges," he said.

One of the greatest challenges public-health agencies face is recognizing an outbreak of infectious disease and containing its spread.

With certain viruses that tend to be a bit milder, such as the flu virus, agencies can look at data from doctor and hospital visits to know where the virus has spread. Vaccines also work to prevent that spread from ever taking place. With deadlier viruses, ones for which there are no vaccines, the spread can lead to death long before experts know where it's headed and who's most at-risk.

One of CEPI's major long-term goals is to reduce the chance a group could miss an outbreak or fail to stop a spread within a reasonable amount of time.

"For new vaccines to be game changers, they must be developed and tested before outbreaks hit and made accessible and affordable for all communities in times of health crisis," Dr. Joanne Liu, International President of Doctors Without Borders, said in a statement. "These are the conditions that will determine CEPI's success and ensure this new initiative saves lives."

https://archive.is/B72VH

Some parents prefer not to vaccinate children against every possible virus. Not every virus is lethal, not all vaccines provide the same immunity boosting respons that vaccines do. Shoud all children in the near future be boosted with cybernetic enhancements too? That is the argument the pro vaccine crowd is making, your children need to be boosted despite your parental discrePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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File: 1ebc1e056745c18⋯.jpg (73.29 KB, 700x340, 35:17, trump-bikers.jpg)

 No.504152[Reply]

Inauguration Day is going to be very large, and a day that nobody can forget. Both pro-Trump and anti-Trump groups are finalizing plans to come to Washington D.C. to either partake in the festivities or protest them. The women’s march is set for January 21st.

Estimates for the march are approximately around 200,000. Organizers are bragging about the fact they believe the number of protesters will far outnumber the people attending the Donald Trump inauguration.

However, Bikers For Trump might actually foil their plans. Chris Cox who is the founder of the bike group looking to go and support the President-Elect had to get into a nasty and long drawn out fight with the National Park Service in order to get the permits they needed. The argument for heated because the service had already given the allotted number of public space permits to anti-Trump groups.

Cox alleges that around 5,000 bikers are looking to gather at the Capitol. Which would make it the largest pro-Trump rally that has been put together by a private group in the inner city over the weekend. They called it a halftime rally. Cox insisted they are looking to host speakers as well as ha musical performances at the John Marshall Park. This is all on the parad route near the Capitol Building.

A lot of these motorcycle clubs are clubs out together by veterans and older baby boomers who bike as a hobby. Some of them include professionals and weekend warriors. Not criminal gang members like some would try and stereotype them as.

Cox does not foresee there being issues with his planned events and he said as much,

“I’m confident the police have learned from Arizona, Chicago and a lot of other places where things got out of hand. I think it will be a lot like Cleveland and they will have beaucoup police presence.”

It surely will be entertaining to watch.

http://archive.is/SRzUz

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 No.504194

>>504188

Even if that were true, and it's not, I still would say Thank God he's president and not Clinton. Any—fucking—-day.


 No.504224

GETS COMFY, MAKE SOME HOT COCOA & WATCH! COMMIES FREAK OUT! PEPPER SPRAYED!

https://www.truthmonitor.com/2017/01/terror-at-trump-inauguration-its-happening/


 No.504323

Proof that just like Obama Trump is a degenerate drug dealer


 No.504326

I wish I was a drug dealer biker. Being a part of a psychopath criminal gang is the only way to make it in MEARICA. If I was a drug dealer biker that paid off police, fbi, dea, and dhs, I would have so much time and money that I could drive to DC just to show people how badass it is to look like an exact clone of your 50 faggot hairy smelly fat friends who have the same tattoo and beard as you. I could also fuck bears. Everyone knows all bikers do it for the hairy smelly male asshole.


 No.504330

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>>504159

>>504167

>>504188

shills eternally btfo

I am feeling so good right now




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 No.503347[Reply]

Monday Social Media outrage intensifies

"Trump's favorability rating historically low, poll finds"

https://archive.is/kkI46

Of the 1,032 adults polled across the U.S. from Jan. 4 through Jan 8, 40 percent had a favorable view of Trump compared to President Obama, who enjoyed a 78 percent rating ahead of his inauguration.

George W. Bush meanwhile held a 62 percent favorability rating and Bill Clinton a 66 percent rating.

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Trump’s score, however, is higher than it was during the campaign.

Gallup said Trump’s favorability rate never rose above 38 percent on the campaign trail. And while 82 percent of Republicans hold a favorable opinion of the real estate tycoon, that’s also down from past presidents.

Gallup said Republicans were nearly unanimous in their rating of Bush in January 2001, with 97 percent of GOP respondents rating him favorable at that time. Obama enjoyed a 95-percent favorable rating among Democrats and Clinton a 92 percent rating.

When asked about Vice President-elect Mike Pence ,42 percent of Americans had a positive opinion of the former Indiana governor.

Tuesday (((News comes out)))

Wednesday False Storm

Thursday Calm before the real Storm, as dusk falls positions are taken

Friday CURRENT YEAR

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 No.504256

a few more hours remain


 No.504257

>>503347

>"Trump's favorability rating historically low, poll finds"

You mean the same polls that incorrectly predicted and try to sway opinion throughout the elections?

Those polls?

I fucking hate the MSM.


 No.504324

>>503598

*100 people support you*

Kissless Virgin: See? Everyone agrees with me. Now shut up. This is now a fact.

*1000 people don't support you*

Kissless Virgin: Fuckin bullshit. That's only 1000 people. Come back to me with some real data and I'll believe you.

Kill all hypocrite faggots


 No.504327

>>504324

While I agree in principle, the polls have been demonstrably wrong this election cycle. There's no reason to start trusting them now.


 No.504329

1000 people is enough i the survey is done under fair conditions, and as you can see trump is disliked more then most other president in history the Protest clearly show that.

Let just hope he's a good president for everyone's sake.




File: e10bdef922d225d⋯.png (89.3 KB, 680x415, 136:83, IMG_6136.png)

 No.504052[Reply]

And there it is, the unvarnished, raw, truth about how everything went wrong for middle class America.

Since the Vietnam war, more than 45 years ago, the US has embarked on a neocon strategy of war in an effort to build a global empire. The result of that strategy has left American infrastructure second rate, its school system in shambles, and its healthcare system a complete and utter joke.

Just imagine what America could've done with $14t of investable dollars, instead of waging wars.

Aside from the wars, America spends more than 50% of its discretionary budget on the military, per annum, 16% of its overall budget.

In a very rare glimpse into what the Chinese really think about American imperialism and how it shaped the global economy, all the better for China might I add, Jack Ma spoke candidly today in an interview with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=887_ybYGgRc

"It's not that other countries steal jobs from you guys," Ma said. "It's your strategy. Distribute the money and things in a proper way."

He said the U.S. has wasted over $14 trillion in fighting wars over the past 30 years rather than investing in infrastructure at home.

To be sure, Ma is not the only critic of the costly U.S. policies of waging war against terrorism and other enemies outside the homeland. Still, Ma said this was the reason America's economic growth had weakened, not China's theft of jobs.

http://archive.is/E43Rw

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-18/alibabaa-jack-ma-drops-redpill-us-wasted-14-trillion-wars-over-past-30-years

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 No.504271

>>504270

>this delusional

Niggers fight niggers. When they leave their ghettos they get gunned down. Too bad youre a disarmed cuck.

Watch out for trucks!


 No.504272

>>504271

>two whole truck attacks in the past decade

>neither of which were in the UK, where I live

>meanwhile in America

>23 mass shootings

>since the beginning of this year

>23 mass shootings in 20 DAYS

>41 dead, 69 injured

>January isn't even gone yet

>muh gun rights

top kek


 No.504274

>>504052

How much money has china wasted on those "Islands?" Or ghost cities?

China can talk when it isn't pouring sand on reefs.


 No.504284

>>504065

?

trump is the only one who didnt want ot go to war

>>504272

non argument


 No.504317

File: 93e4c9a32d25f51⋯.png (204.15 KB, 636x529, 636:529, british to the extreme.png)

>>504240

Yeah right.




File: 4d7dc965690235d⋯.jpg (58.05 KB, 600x278, 300:139, Limbaugh-Trump.jpg)

 No.502090[Reply]

The provenance of the dossier lies with a Washington-based opposition research firm, Fusion GPS, led by former journalists skilled in digging up secrets on public figures. The company was employed in September 2015 by one of Trump’s Republican detractors to look into his dealings. According to the BBC, an outside group supporting then presidential candidate Jeb Bush was the main client initially, followed by an anonymous Democratic donor. Fusion GPS in turn contracted a former British counter-intelligence officer with strong Russia contacts to delve into Trump. Reports gathered by the contractor based on his Russian sources were brought together to form the dossier, which in turn began to circulate between the FBI, British intelligence and DC-based journalists who looked into the allegations but could not stand them up.

The most potentially damaging line of inquiry contained in the dossier that could yet cause Trump trouble relates to allegations that members of his team were in close contact with Russian officials in the course of last year’s presidential election over Russian hacking of Democratic emails that were later published by WikiLeaks. Independent reports suggest that US intelligence agencies were already investigating alleged links, such as those between businessman Carter Page and senior Russian officials. The president-elect’s spokesman Sean Spicer this week said that the president-elect “does not know” Page, even though Trump himself last March described Page as a member of his foreign policy team.

Were Trump’s team to be found to have conspired with the Kremlin to distort the 2016 presidential election, that would certainly fall into the impeachable category.

http://archive.is/jslKW

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 No.502837

>>502730

/leftypol/ hates both of them


 No.503348

Hewon't be impeached,but the stink of piss will linger over his entire term


 No.503349

>>502090

Could someone explain to me why he would be impeached if the allegations were true?


 No.504279

File: c613eb32ca8f8f0⋯.jpg (83.02 KB, 465x644, 465:644, f-for-fake-trump.jpg)

>>502801

ffffffffffffffake

FAKE

ffffffffffffffake

FAKE

ffffffffffffffake

FAKE


 No.504289

Man, are they so desperate to take Trump down they'll just make up shit so outlandish and hope it sticks? I can't imagine hating someone so blindly that I'd believe any bullshit about them as long as it was embarrassing enough.




File: d543d76f971ab69⋯.jpg (97.22 KB, 960x773, 960:773, Trump-on-Vaccines.jpg)

 No.503293[Reply]

At the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, the mood is bleak. President-elect Donald Trump’s surprise victory over Hillary Clinton has generated agency-wide anxiety, with employees reportedly worried about the impact of a Trump presidency on job safety, funding and public health policies.

CDC employees are literally falling apart and becoming emotionally disturbed over their future with Trump.

Specifically, CDC employees fear that Trump appointed public leaders may not support mandatory vaccinations – especially in light of the most recent meeting between Trump and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., an outspoken critic of the pharmaceutical industry. Employees are also worried that the policies of a Trump presidency will create a general atmosphere of ‘scientific regression.’

According to a representative of the radio station WABE, ‘one microbiologist (at the CDC) said her colleagues were crying in the hallways.’

Trump has been outspoken about his personal beliefs regarding vaccination, saying that he not only has never had a flu shot in his life, but that he has never suffered from the flu in any form.

The atmosphere of worry at the CDC stands in sharp contrast to the authoritative tone of an NPRM – or Notice of Proposed Rule Making – released a mere three months ago.

In the NPRM, the CDC and the Health and Human Services Department alarmed natural health and personal freedom advocates with a proposal for an unprecedented expansion of powers, claiming the ability to detain, force vaccinate and even quarantine American citizens without due process – if they are believed to be “infected with a communicable disease in a qualifying stage.”

Expansion of the definition of “qualifying stage” – to extend to people showing no visible symptoms – has led to fears of forced quarantines and “medical witch hunts” in which the government could round up troublesome or unpopular individuals and detain them indefinitely under the guise of protecting public health.

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 No.504217

>>504203

That's what the TV told you, isn't it. It also said all the smart people vote liberal.


 No.504219

>>504203

yet they are smarter than you.


 No.504280

>>503371

>never had the flu

You need to have contact with human beings to get the flu,/killcen/


 No.504282

Jesus, some of you guys need to take your fucking meds. I'm willing to accept some points, like infants are too young to get vaccinated, and precautions should be taken to protect them. People who don't take vaccines create risks for these infants, and also make eradicating the disease harder.

>B-but muh 'murican freedum

I understand you feel forced, but getting a vaccine really is for the greater good.

>>503371

Sure, diet and exercise has to have something to do with a good immune system, but having a good immune system isn't enough, because the body won't have knowledge on how to deal with the sickness. After the immune system has a battle and wins, certain cells go around the "battlefield" collecting memory of the certain strain of the disease, with that the immune system knows how to deal with the same strain next time.


 No.504318

>>504280

I still socialize with people just not as often as I used to. The internet really changed my lifestyle over the last 10 years, I'll admit. Somewhat for the better, but I really should get out more often than I currently do.

>>504282

>I understand you feel forced, but getting a vaccine really is for the greater good.

Most Americans are not being forced (yet), only citizens in Commiefornia are currently forced under law. Of-course the CDC would like see this go nation-wide, which I strongly oppose due to the violations against very personal freedom of choice (and natural consumer rights).

Like I stated above, the major controversy is parental rights to choose whether or not their kids are vaccinated. I assume this will be the key debate for years to come. As it should be debated, because it's a very controversial topic that will effect millions of American families.




File: 8839c967333026f⋯.jpg (289.49 KB, 1139x648, 1139:648, soros-trump-will-fail.jpg)

 No.504146[Reply]

George Soros thinks President-elect Donald Trump will fail — and that will be just fine with the billionaire investor and supporter of progressive causes.

"I personally am convinced that he is going to fail," Soros told Bloomberg during an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Failure will come "not because of people like me who would like him to fail, but because his ideas that guide him are inherently self-contradictory and the contradictions are already embodied by his advisors."

Soros spoke less than 24 hours before Trump, himself a billionaire businessman and political agitator, takes the oath of office as the 45th president. Trump's Cabinet picks have been undergoing a sometimes-grueling round of confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill, though it's not clear if any will be rejected.

During the 2016 campaign, Soros donated close to $20 million to various causes, including more than $10.5 million to Trump's opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

He has been unrelenting in his criticism of Trump, and unloaded on him again during the Davos interview.

"It is impossible to predict exactly how Trump is going to act, because he hasn't actually thought it through." - George Soros

"I have described him as an impostor and a con man and a would-be dictator," Soros said. "But he's only a would-be dictator because I'm confident that the Constitution and the institutions of the United States are strong enough. … He would be a dictator if he could get away with it, but he won't be able to."

Trump's unexpected win in November hurt Soros beyond politics and ideology — he is believed to have lost more than $1 billion in trades he made that would have benefited if the market went down. Instead, a monthlong rally after the election cost Soros big.

However, he said Thursday he still believes the market is headed lower.

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 No.504237

George Soros is going to die from heartbreak soon.


 No.504262

Soros clearly is one of the greatest and most evil machiavellians to exist.

We think we've upset his plans, but I think we acted exactly as he wanted us to. He's a dying man trying to resuscitate the world by pissing people off in the right way.

Otherwise - he'd do a lot more damage than he's done.


 No.504263

>>504262

"Trump's favorability rating historically low, poll finds "put it this way - he played Clinton like a fucking fiddle."


 No.504267

>calling trump a nazi and a dictator

Shut up kike, back to the ovens you go


 No.504278

>>504237

Rockefeller will just share some of his couple dozen set-aside transplant hearts to put him back on his feet.




File: 9f90e847b5f1be2⋯.jpg (86.84 KB, 744x500, 186:125, comrade Trump4.jpg)

 No.504161[Reply]

Trump will become president Friday with an approval rating of just 40%, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll, the lowest of any recent president and 44 points below that of President Barack Obama, the 44th president.

Following a tumultuous transition period, approval ratings for Trump's handling of the transition are more than 20 points below those for any of his three most recent predecessors. Obama took the oath in 2009 with an 84% approval rating, 67% approved of Clinton's transition as of late December 1992 and 61% approved of George W. Bush's transition just before he took office in January 2001.

The complete CNN/ORC poll results

Trump's wobbly handling of the presidential transition has left most Americans with growing doubts that the President-elect will be able to handle the job. About 53% say Trump's statements and actions since Election Day have made them less confident in his ability to handle the presidency, and the public is split evenly on whether Trump will be a good or poor president (48% on each side).

The President-elect dismissed the poll findings on Twitter: "The same people who did the phony election polls, and were so wrong, are now doing approval rating polls. They are rigged just like before."

Trump cucked ffff.f.f….ffa..faak…fakkke…ffffaaaakkkkeeeee!!!!

http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/17/politics/trump-administration-approval-inauguration/

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 No.504253

>>504161

>(((CNN)))

>idiot shitposting

here, have a sage


 No.504255

>>504161

>CNN poll

We all know how incredibly accurate those are.

>President stands tall and proud as he takes office in spite of over a year of constant bashing by crybaby media because their insanely criminal, communist cunt didn't win

I will literally be masturbating to the ceremony.


 No.504260

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>CNN polls

>the same channel who call for trump's assassination

Totally legit polls right here


 No.504266

>>504161

>believing lugenpresse figures

>after they claimed Hillcunt will win

I am sure, this time they are not lying


 No.504276

>>504222

Oy vey, (((we))) are experts in number manipulation, you goyim can trust us with that.

Still expecting the prophetized ¡Yeb! surge tbh famalam




File: 82d9fc079d094e7⋯.jpg (7.7 KB, 300x200, 3:2, th.jpg)

 No.503936[Reply]

CNN has been criticized for airing a report which revealed that an Obama appointee would become president if Donald Trump was killed during an attack on the inauguration tomorrow.

Entitled Disaster could put Obama cabinet member in Oval Office, the report admits that there is no specific threat targeting the inauguration, but goes on to speculate about “who would be in charge if an attack hit the incoming president….just as the transfer of power is underway”.

An individual named the “designated presidential successor” will not attend the inauguration as a security precaution, “but it won’t be a Trump cabinet secretary….it will be an Obama appointee,” reports CNN.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxIG4dduqy0

The report emphasizes that “a president from the prior administration” will take power if there is an attack due to the fact that none of Trump’s cabinet secretaries have been confirmed yet.

According to CNN, the designated presidential successor is likely to be Tom Shannon, the Under Secretary For Political Affairs, and an Obama appointee.

The report teases the potential for an attack on the inauguration by asserting it would create “chaos” and “high theater,” before airing clips from ABC’s Designated Survivor show in which Kiefer Sutherland plays an obscure cabinet secretary who is “unexpectedly thrust into the presidency after an attack at the capitol during a State of the Union address.”

Given the huge number of death threats leveled at Trump – including one family friend of Hillary Clinton who was arrested after he threatened to assassinate Trump at the inauguration – is CNN irresponsible in drawing attention to this issue?

Respondents to the video on YouTube, which was heavily thumbed down, slammed CNN for almost encouraging a violent attack against Trump.

“Totally not suggesting anything here, huPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.504112

It's official. Trump can have CNN shut down now. DO IT


 No.504124

>>504016

>the internet will be shut down forever by trump, he said he wants to censor the entire internet

Haha how can you seriously think this wasn't blown out of proportion to the extreme? Are you trolling or just a braindead idiot that swallows the mainstream propaganda?


 No.504213

>>504102

Hoping this is the case. I'm looking forward to seeing the commies screaming and throwing tantrums in the streets tomorrow, with all those bikers blocking them off away from Trump supporters and those militia men on rooftops aiming snipers at the commies.


 No.504269

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

It won't be directly organized by the msm. They are trying to radicalise and put ideas into desperate lefties.


 No.504275

>>503974

He who controls the military controls the media

Mike Pence is a MIC puppet

He will be our president

Trump will suffer a stroke.




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 No.503944[Reply]

Ben Swann Exposes The Pizzagate Conspiracy on CBS’s Reality Check

CBS46 Atlanta news channel’s Ben Swann reported this evening on PizzaGate in a segment called Reality Check. He brought to light some of the strangest content found by citizen journalists and asking the question “why hasn’t any of this been investigated by law enforcement”. This video barely scratches the surface of all the information connected to Pizzagate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5AxV1SrTkE

http://www.activistpost.com/2017/01/ben-swann-exposes-pizzagate-conspiracy-cbss-reality-check.html

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 No.503997

>>503983

It's actually (very surprisingly) a relatively unbiased report. It's worth the watch, and does address some questions that need to be answered, as well as some evidence that needs to be investigated.

I am very surprised the MSM allowed this to even be aired, considering these are topics they usually won't touch with a ten foot pole.


 No.504252

>>503997

There are competing pedo Lords among the elites . Podesta's league lost a few years ago


 No.504258

CBS is playing with fire.

But at least they tried to cover it somewhat.


 No.504259

>>503983

While some MSM sources blatantly cover it up, others are not reporting due to fear.

I guess CBS saw our posts and thought "no we have to take a stand now even if it risks our neck."


 No.504273

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File: 5dbd9f344282fc9⋯.png (274.79 KB, 1438x1078, 719:539, mainstream media is dying.png)

 No.503979[Reply]

While the so-called ‘mainstream media’ continues to self-destruct by publishing fake news and creating false narratives about President-elect Donald J. Trump, the alternative media is surging ahead and quickly becoming the new “mainstream,” go-to media for Americans.

In the past year, Natural News “likes” on Facebook have surged, with our site surpassing 2.07 million.

We are joined by similar news traffic giants like Breitbart, which has more than 3 million followers and Alex Jones, founder of InfoWars with more than 1.4 million. All told, these three sites, which are being systematically censored on the Internet’s major social media sites like Facebook and Google News, have a following of more than 6 million people.

That’s called having an impact. And it’s akin to using the beast against itself. Despite the fact that we may be getting censored in “news feeds” and other streams, we are able to reach our readers directly just by the simple act of posting our stories to our followers.

It doesn’t hurt that we also, combined, have millions of people who subscribe to our email newsletters (which you should sign up for on every news site you trust and follow, as a way to avoid further attempts at censorship). Besides being exposed to some great offers for terrific products you can’t find anywhere else, you get the news and information that you trust in the most direct route possible.

Throughout the past year all of our sites have grown in terms of readership, followers and overall reach. As much as the ‘mainstream’ establishment wants to ban us and censor us, it has become impossible to do without shutting down the Internet itself.

But we are certain we will continue to grow in the weeks, months and years ahead because we will continue publishing genuine, sourced and factual news and information you won’t be able to find in the fake news media establishment.

If you haven’t signed up for our newsletter, we invite you to do so.

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 No.504221

>>504201

>should not be allowed to license them

*should not be allowed to train or license them

my bad


 No.504234

>>504208

>antivax propaganda.

as opposed to provax propaganda?


 No.504238

Alt right media are race baiters thAT give confirmation biases to stormfags.

They have as much credibility aa cnn when reportin or questioning repubican canidates an polices.

Its not fake news vs mainstream bs

Its propaganda vs propaganda


 No.504241

>>504208

>natural news

It's basically infowars for middle-age liberal upper middle class white women who are desperate for a sense of self worth.

Anytime you see someone here using it as a source, consider it the same as them saying "listen and believe you stupid goy".


 No.504254

>>504000

tripped into the truth




File: dcf006e4ab3743a⋯.jpg (38.57 KB, 589x412, 589:412, Overwatch_6729ae_6152267.jpg)

 No.503855[Reply]

"In another display of his ever-present “charm”, Randy Pitchford, has decided to use a new form of marketing to sell you Battleborn. Earlier today the Gearbox Software CEO (Borderlands, Aliens: Colonial Marines) tweeted a link to a newly created subreddit dedicated to lewd fan creations of Battleborn characters."

http://sagamer.co.za/2017/01/17/randy-pitchford-is-resorting-to-rule-34-to-sell-you-battleborn

http://www.pcgamesn.com/battleborn/battleborn-porn-subreddit-overwatch-randy-pitchford

https://www.destructoid.com/randy-pitchford-found-porn-on-the-internet-413037.phtml

https://twitter.com/DuvalMagic/status/821140723135352832

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 No.503858

File: 982e20ac02aa9bf⋯.jpg (22.73 KB, 488x421, 488:421, 1483478552507.jpg)

>game is mega failure

>resort to linking porn to shill your game


 No.503862

File: fed0644e53b1a43⋯.jpg (116.51 KB, 500x744, 125:186, 1470772650734.jpg)

/fur/ here, provide lewds of rocketbird and maybe I'll think about buying your bargain-bin dumpster fire for $3 :3c


 No.503864


 No.504214

Bitchford deserves all the bad things that happen to him after his singing fiasco


 No.504236

File: 375af33d92b895c⋯.jpg (171.87 KB, 1116x1080, 31:30, C2YO54sVQAAQMlb_orig.jpg)

>reaching the point where the CEO has to shill their game with badly drawn cartoon porn




File: e23c000c06d769e⋯.jpg (60.79 KB, 660x424, 165:106, comrade Trump2.jpg)

 No.502985[Reply]

Warnings on cyberattacks show ex-spy’s work is respected

The head of MI6 used information obtained by former officer Christopher Steele in his Trump investigation, in a warning against Russian cyberattacks and attempts to subvert Western democracies, The Independent has learned.

Sir Alex Younger’s briefing notes for his first public speech as head of the Secret Intelligence Service contained some of the material supplied by Mr Steele, according to security sources. Drawing on the alleged hacking carried out by Moscow in the US presidential campaign, he warned of the danger facing Britain and Western European allies, and especially to elections due to be held next year.

Security sources stress that MI6 had extensive information, British and international, on the Russian threat apart from that of Mr Steele. But they pointed out that he is held in high regard and the contribution he provided was valuable.

In one of his recent tweets, Mr Trump described Mr Steele as a “failed spy”. He also claimed in another tweet that “James Clapper [director of national intelligence] called me yesterday to denounce the false and fictitious report that was illegally circulated. Made up, phony facts. Too bad!”

Mr Steele had, in fact, a highly successful career in MI6, received a number of commendations and is highly regarded by both British and American intelligence agencies. Mr Clapper pointed out that what he had actually said was that the intelligence service “has not made any judgement that the information in this document is reliable”.

Mr Steele and a Washington based company, Fusion GS, were initially hired by Republican opponents of Mr Trump and, after he won the Republican nomination, the Democrats. After Mr Trump’s surprise election win their services were no longer required by the Democrats. However, Mr Steele and, it is believed, one of his American colleagues, continued to work without pay because they felt that what they were uncovering should see the light of day. Mr Steele passed on what he had found to the FBI and MI6 because he believed such material was a matter of national Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.502988

>>502985

> Mr Steele and, it is believed, one of his American colleagues, continued to work without pay because they felt that what they were uncovering should see the light of day

This is a fake guy

he really is a kiosh stand


 No.503317

vat iz dis "pissgate"?

I pizz avry daz und iz ok


 No.504212

HAHAAHAHAHAAHHAHA

YOUR TAX QUIDS AT WORK, LADS!


 No.504215

>>504212

I totally believe it.




File: ead979e33d6f125⋯.jpg (72.54 KB, 545x699, 545:699, Obama_Legacy.jpg)

 No.504082[Reply]

President Barack Obama will leave the federal government approximately $9,335,000,000,000 deeper in debt than it was when he took office eight years ago, according to data released today by the U.S. Treasury.

The increased debt incurred under Obama equals approximately $75,129 for every person in the United States who had a full-time job in December.

The $9,334,590,089,060.56 that the debt had increased under Obama as of the close of business on Wednesday is far more debt than was accumulated by any previous president. It equals nearly twice as much as the $4,889,100,310,609.44 in additional debt that piled up during the eight years George W. Bush served as president.

When Obama took office on Jan. 20, 2009, the federal debt was $10,626,877,048,913.08. As of the close of business Wednesday, it was $19,961,467,137,973.64. The final debt number for Thursday, Obama’s last full day in office, will not be released until after Donald Trump is sworn in as president on Friday.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 124,248,000 people in the United States with full-time jobs in December. The total federal debt of $19,961,467,137,973 equals approximately $160,658 for each one of those workers. The $9,334,590,089,060.56 that the debt has increased under Obama equals $75,128.69 for each one of those works.

http://archive.is/LFhSz

http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/obama-leaves-usa-9335000000000-deeper-debt

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 No.504148

>>504138

If we could cut welfare in half, and not get ourselves into another major war within the next 4 years, this would be a great start at fixing just some of the economic problems we face today.

Although nothing is a quick solution, we have literally been royally shafted up the ass for the last 30+ years thanks to horrific central banking policies, globalism and out of control government spending. Folks, it will take nothing short of a miracle to pull ourselves out of all the bad debt and financial pain we inevitably will face. Even with 8 years of Trump we can't fully pay off all this national debt, there is no way. Lets hope this saves us some time, so more people can get properly prepared for the inevitable shitstorm coming our way.


 No.504170

File: 3ad7a30d5f4563a⋯.jpg (59.06 KB, 472x558, 236:279, comrade trump.jpg)

FAKE

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FAKE

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FAKE

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FAKE

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FAKE

news

news


 No.504177

>>504170

CTR take you're meds.


 No.504207

>>504170

Russia is no longer a communist nation. Almost any protest taking place in Russia is stirred by the communist party (which have pretty much lost all political control).

Putin used to be KGB, so he knows what communism is and what it has done to Russia. I believe that's why he helped reform Russia into a capitalist nation. He saw the writing on the wall, knowing full well nations don't survive well under communism.

That said, the big threat is China today, not Russia.


 No.504211

>>504140

That's pure speculation on your part. How do you think we should address the deficit if not budget cuts? More taxes and more social programs? More immigration?




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