News and Headlines. 5/24/2018

News and Headlines. In The News, Deep State/Government Corruption, Commentary/Opinion.

In The New:

Trump says North Korea summit still ‘possible’ after pullout, but warns US military ‘ready if necessary

Minutes after pulling out of a highly anticipated summit with North Korea, President Trump said Thursday that the U.S. would continue its “maximum pressure campaign,” and warned that the military was “ready if necessary” — but made clear that a summit could still go forward if Kim Jong Un is willing to engage constructively.

“Our military, which is by far the most powerful anywhere in the world … is ready if necessary,” Trump said.

Letter from to Kim Jong Un on Singapore Summit.

Trump pardons late black boxing champion Jack Johnson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday issued a posthumous pardon to boxer Jack Johnson, the first African-American heavyweight champion, who was jailed a century ago due to his relationship with a white woman.

RED WAVE: Poll Shows GOP Has Hugely Narrowed Gap In Congressional Vote

The GOP has steadily closed the gap on the generic ballot for Congress, according to the Real Clear Politics average, where the Democrats lead on the ballot has shrunk to a paltry 3.4 points.

Probe: Missile that downed MH17 came from Russia-based unit

BUNNIK, Netherlands (AP) — The missile used to shoot down a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet over eastern Ukraine in 2014, killing all 298 aboard, belonged to a Russia-based military unit, an international team of investigators said Thursday after painstakingly studying video and photos of a military convoy.

The criminal investigation team “has concluded that the Buk Telar with which Flight MH17 was shot down is from the 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade from Kursk in the Russian Federation,” said Wilbert Paulissen, head of the Netherlands’ National Crime Squad, referring to the missile system used.

Mom battling cancer refuses abortion, gives birth to healthy boy

LEAWOOD, Kan.- It’s hard to even imagine finding out you are expecting a baby and all the joy that comes with it – and then finding out you have cancer.

It happened to a Kansas woman. She got two opinions and each would bring a very different outcome.

Stacey Johnson went from experiencing one of the highest highs that life can offer to one of the most terrifying moments a human can endure all in a matter of weeks.

Former Planned Parenthood CEO and Big Abortion Ambassador Cecile Richards Disingenuously Calls Pro-Lifers Liars and Criminals

Cecile Richards, who recently jumped ship from her role as CEO of flailing abortion giant Planned Parenthood, just demonstrated she can comfortably and confidently lie and cast aspersions, even when the facts contradict her every statement.

Police seize more than 30,000 heroin bags; 4 arrested

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Officials say more than 30,000 bags of raw heroin have been seized in Massachusetts and four men have been arrested for drug trafficking.
The Hampden District attorney’s office says officials learned a large shipment coming to the area.

Massachusetts State Police witnessed a drug transaction at a self-storage facility in Chicopee and stopped four people on Interstate 391 Tuesday.

Ex-marine found guilty of murdering five Southern California women

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – A 53-year-old serial killer was found guilty on Wednesday of murdering five women across Southern California in the late ’80s and early ’90s.

Andrew Urdiales’ conviction in the deaths of women from Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties raises his total number of victims to eight after he was found guilty in the early 2000s of murdering three women in Illinois, according to KTLA.

Prosecutors in Orange County will pursue the death penalty, the district attorney’s office said.

Police: Missing Mexican woman’s body found in Utah canyon

SPANISH FORK, Utah (AP) — The body of a Mexican woman who disappeared on her way home from her English language class in Utah three years ago has been found in a rugged, mountainous canyon area and police are investigating her death as a homicide, officials said Thursday.

The skeletal remains of 26-year-old Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado were discovered last Friday by a man searching for camping spots in an area popular for hiking, fishing and camping about 15 miles from where Salgado was last seen in downtown Provo, Utah.

Caretaker questioned after three bodies found ‘piled on each other’ in L.A. home, police say

The family member, who described himself to police as the son of one of the victims, went inside to find his father, grandmother and her husband dead in the bathroom area, Whittingham said at the scene Tuesday.

“There was something suspicious about the way they were found,” he said.

The bodies were “piled on each other in some way,” according to the captain.

All of the victims had suffered some sort of blunt trauma to the head, Whittingham said. White and his mother were also shot, according to detectives.

Arkansas woman accused of killing her 80-year-old grandmother

Deputies arrested 26-year-old Andrea Wilson on Monday on charges of capital murder and tampering with evidence in the death of Ruby Ross, according to the Benton County Sheriff’s Office.

On May 16, police were called to Ross’ home on Blue Jay Road in Pea Ridge, Arkansas after her daughter found Ross dead inside. Ross appeared to have suffered four blows to her head from a hammer, according to the affidavit.

Lawsuit forces CA homeowners’ association to allow Christian groups in senior community

Solera has a community center where residents meet, including four popular Christian groups: a Sunday morning worship service, a men’s Bible study group, and two women’s Bible studies groups. About 100 residents attend the groups every week.

George Zimmerman to court: I have no job, no assets, and owe $2.5 million

A court allowed George Zimmerman to use a public defender in his alleged stalking case after he filed documents saying he’s $2.5 million in debt and has zero income.

Zimmerman is facing stalking accusations in his latest legal woes since his 2013 acquittal in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Shaun King slammed for pushing woman’s now-discredited claim trooper sexually assaulted her

Social activist and the Intercept columnist Shaun King is being widely slammed for pushing a story about a state trooper sexually assaulting a woman that has been discredited when police body camera footage did not corroborate the story. The controversial King has backtracked and deleted damaging social media posts in which he said the trooper committed “rape” – but it’s too late for many critics.

Sherita Dixon-Cole had accused Officer Daniel Hubbard of sexual assault during a traffic stop on Sunday and King was quick to push her version of events. Earlier this week, King appeared on Radio 103.9 in New York and pushed the now-discredited story as if it were already proven to be accurate.

North Carolina man rolled his eyes at wife before buying winning lottery ticket

RALEIGH, N.C. – A North Carolina man won’t be rolling his eyes at his wife for wanting a lottery ticket anymore.

As Darrin Nunnery, of Linden, headed to the store Monday night, his wife called out, “Get me a Lucky For Life ticket,” according to a North Carolina Education Lottery news release.

Darrin Nunnery, of Linden,Lucky for Life $25,000 winner.
Darrin Nunnery, of Linden,Lucky for Life $25,000 winner.

Nunnery rolled his eyes as usual when his wife wants to play the lottery, but he came home with a $2 ticket for that night’s drawing.

Morgan Freeman apologizes after multiple women accuse actor of sexual harassment

Morgan Freeman issued an apology to “anyone who felt uncomfortable or disrespected” following an explosive report containing claims of sexual harassment from eight women.

The veteran actor told Fox News on Thursday, “Anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows I am not someone who would intentionally offend or knowingly make anyone feel uneasy. I apologize to anyone who felt uncomfortable or disrespected — that was never my intent.”

Bus driver charged in crash that killed student, teacher

A school bus driver with a history of driver’s license suspensions caused a fatal crash on a New Jersey highway last week by crossing three lanes of traffic in an apparent attempt to make an illegal U-turn, according to a criminal complaint released Thursday.

emergency personnel work at the scene of a school bus and dump truck collision
FILE – In this May 17, 2018, file photo, emergency personnel work at the scene of a school bus and dump truck collision on Interstate 80 in Mount Olive, N.J. Hudy Muldrow Sr., the school bus driver caused the fatal crash by crossing three lanes of traffic in an apparent attempt to make an illegal U-turn, according to a criminal complaint released Thursday, May 24, that charged him with vehicular homicide. (AP Photo – Seth Wenig)

Authorities charged Hudy Muldrow Sr., 77, with two counts of vehicular homicide in the deaths of 10-year-old student Miranda Vargas and 51-year-old teacher Jennifer Williamson. More than 40 others were injured, some seriously, in the May 17 crash between the bus and a dump truck.

Man put ‘copyright’ on homemade child pornography, feds say

PORTSMOUTH, Va. – Dashawn Webster added a “copyright” to images of him allegedly molesting a 2-year-old boy, court documents say.

Webster, who lives in Portsmouth, Virginia, was arrested late last week and was in court on Wednesday afternoon.

Dashawn Webster
Dashawn Webster added a “copyright” to images of him allegedly molesting a 2-year-old boy, court documents say.

Investigators carried out two investigations into multiple screen names and say the screen names trace back to Webster, according to WTKR.

EXCLUSIVE: Inside the largest mosque in the U.S. Katie Hopkins

In 2016, just before Thanksgiving, Solera’s homeowners’ association (HOA) suspended the group meetings following a complaint from oneatheist resident.

The Islamic Center of America was built in Dearborn, Michigan in 2005. While reporting in Detroit, I knew it was a place I had to investigate.

Come inside with me…

Demonitized: Amazon Cuts Off Conservative Blog Legal Insurrection Without Warning

William Jacobson, founder of the conservative blog Legal Insurrection, writes that Amazon has terminated his website’s “Amazon Associates” account, which the site used to earn revenue via affiliate links.

Jacobson says that the company cites a TOS violation that Legal Insurrection had “remedied” in January — which Amazon acknowledged at the time and expressed thanks.

Joe Concha on the ‘affliction of selective outrage’

Democrats continue to call for impeachment. ‘The Hill’ columnist shares his thoughts.

Deep State/ Government Corruption:

New FOIA Documents Released: Comey-Led FBI Lost Chain of Custody for Clinton Email Server During Investigation

In September of last year, the ACLJ issued a FOIA request to the FBI seeking, among other things, documents concerning the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server in sending and receiving classified documents. In response to that request, the FBI notified us that it would be releasing responsive documents in monthly productions uploaded to its online Vault.

The latest release of documents, while heavily redacted, reveals that the FBI bungled the investigation more than we thought.

Mueller Seeks To Indefinitely Delay Russian Collusion Trial

Special counsel Robert Mueller asked a federal judge Tuesday to reject the four-decade-old speedy trial law in the case against 13 Russians and three Russian companies and has asked for an indefinite delay in his Russian collusion case, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

It is the second time Mueller tried to delay the trial. Judge Dabney L. Friedrich, a Trump appointee, rejected the earlier request without comment and ordered the case to go forward.

Tucker: Obama administration hacks were all lying

Tucker: The corrupt FBI leadership, former Obama administration officials repeatedly told us there was no spying on the Trump campaign. That’s what they’re still telling us, even as they simultaneously admit that it actually happened.

Newt Gingrich speaks out about deep state corruption

Former House speaker reacts on ‘Hannity’ to comments by James Clapper.

Ingraham: The unbridled power of the surveillance state

Was the Trump campaign, and the private citizens within it, surveilled by our law enforcement agencies?

Hannity: Deep state actors are racing to cover their tracks

President Trump is not letting the lies of Comey and Clapper slide.


Justice Delayed Is Justice: Mueller Fights To Delay Russian Collusion Trial

There is an old joke among criminal defense attorneys that “justice delayed is justice,” a twist of the old adage that “justice delayed is justice denied.”  The joke reflects that fact that the defense almost always benefits from the passage of time and it is the prosecution that often pushes for earlier trial debates to deny the defense enough time to absorb and address evidence. That is not the case with Special Counsel Robert Mueller who has asked federal Judge Dabney L. Friedrich to deny a speedy trial motion and delay any trial of 13 Russians and three Russian companies for efforts to influence the 2016 election.

Lahren slams Democrats’ new ‘drain the swamp’ message

Democrats shift message, vow to ‘drain the swamp.’ Fox News contributor says it was ‘disheartening’ for Minneapolis diners to curse and hurl a drink at her.

“The left claims to be LGBT activists and the party of women and yet you see , conservative commentator, attacked in a restaurant … and liberals on social media running out to defend the person who attacked Tomi Lahren.” —