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The Daily Sheeple’s Will Porter on the Foreign Policy Focus Podcast #64

Daily Sheeple staff writer Will Porter’s appearance on Foreign Policy Focus, episode 64. Will joins host Kyle Anzalone to discuss a recent Seymour Hersh article that demolishes the Trump administration narrative on the alleged April 4 chemical weapons attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, filling in the omissions and correcting the media/government spin. That transitions into…

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The Latest Russian Plot: Hacking Nuclear Power Plants

Yet another Russia story is being reported breathlessly from our nation’s finest major media outlets, this time hyperventilating over the claim that the Russians are trying to hack into U.S. nuclear infrastructure. The New York Times, Newsweek, Bloomberg, the Washington Post, NBC, the Chicago Tribune, Business Insider, the Hill and numerous other outlets have pushed…

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Corp Media Cites Unnamed Sources to Refute a DOJ Warning Not to Trust Unnamed Sources

Image: P. Sinn, used with permission. As the corporate press continues fecklessly insisting the public ‘just trust’ the unnamed officials and anonymous sources it perpetually cites when running shock reports on the inner dealings of government, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — acting authority in the Russia probe, thanks to Jeff Sessions’ recusal — stunningly…

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The West’s War on Free Speech

With a name like the “National Democratic Institute” (NDI) one might expect the US State Department-funded, corporate-financier chaired front to be the premier proponent of freedom and democracy worldwide. And although it poses as such, it does precisely the opposite. It uses principles like free speech, democracy, press freedom, and human rights as a facade…

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Trump Slammed for Alleged Intel Leaks to Russians

President Trump came under pressure Tuesday to explain why he shared sensitive intelligence with senior Russian officials last week in a meeting in the Oval Office. “As President I wanted to share with Russia (at an openly scheduled W.H. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight…

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Presstitute Polls Twitter to Find out If People Believe WikiLeaks or US Intelligence: Guess Who Is in the Lead?

CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood, whose friendly relationship with the Clinton campaign was exposed in the Podesta Leaks, Tweeted to ask Americans who they believe regarding the hacking of the Democratic National Committee – WikiLeaks or US Intelligence. So far, here are the results of Harwood’s poll… Oops! Looks like this backfired on him.…

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