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Hillary Clinton’s Trump/Russia Media Strategy Revealed In Day 4 Of Sussmann Trial

Hillary Clinton’s Trump/Russia Media Strategy Revealed In Day 4 Of Sussmann Trial Authored by Techno Fog via The Reactionary, Yesterday morning we saw the continued testimony of former FBI general counsel James Baker and Hillary Clinton Campaign manager Robby Mook. (As we previously observed, Mook had already admitted to being briefed on “general updates concerning” Fusion GPS findings – though he has denied knowing who Fusion GPS was.) I’m traveling this weekend and can’t do the deepest dive into yesterday’s testimony – including that of the CIA agent in the afternoon session – but here are the highlights from Baker and Mook. The Baker examination, continued. Baker testified that Sussman did not notify him that the discredited Trump-Russia Alfa Bank allegations had been shared with the New York Times. (For a refresher, here are the transcript excerpts from his Thursday testimony.) Q: Did he [Sussman] tell you anything about whether he had a client when he went to The New York Times? A: I guess the answer to that question is no. Q: And you don’t know, sir, whether they were his clients for purposes of attempting to get this story placed in The New York Times, do you? A: That’s fair. I do not know that, that’s correct.  Q: You don’t know whether he was working with the Clinton Campaign to do that, do you? A: I do not. The Robby Mook testimony. Robert Mook, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, also testified before the jury Friday. In his testimony, he stated that Hillary Clinton personally approved a plan to spread the lie that Trump was colluding with Russia via secret servers to the media. He also admitted to being briefed on the conspiracy. Q: Okay. In connection with the general focus on Mr. Trump and Russia, did there come a

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Authorities ID Border Patrol agent killed in solo crash in California

County officials on Monday identified the U.S. Border Patrol agent who died early Friday in a rollover crash near the international border as Santee resident Daniel Humberto Salazar. According to the Border Patrol, Salazar, 40, joined the agency in June 2018 and was assigned to the El Cajon station within the San Diego Sector. He was married and had a son. The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office determined that Salazar died from multiple blunt force injuries apparently sustained in the solo-vehicle crash. The Border Patrol has released few details about the incident. According to a tweet from the Border Patrol union, Salazar crashed while “responding to sensor activity.” The National Border Patrol Council did not respond Monday to a request for comment, but Border Patrol agents use different types of sensors — including ground sensors and radio frequency sensors, as well as surveillance technology and other tools — to monitor the border. It’s unclear when Salazar crashed, but it occurred on a dirt road off Bell Valley Truck Trail between Campo and Potrero, in an area just north of the border and southwest of Campo Road. Another agent found the wrecked SUV around 5:30 a.m. The vehicle ended up overturned and was heavily damaged, Cal Fire Capt. Neil Czapinski said Friday. The agent who found Salazar’s vehicle discovered it “in the middle of an embankment with the lights on” and radioed for help, according to the Medical Examiner’s Office. A second agent at the scene found Salazar “lying unresponsive on the ground next to the damaged vehicle.” A Border Patrol spokesperson on Monday declined to provide further details about the crash, citing the California Highway Patrol investigation. A CHP spokesperson did not respond late Monday afternoon to a request for more information. “This Border Patrol agent died while performing his duty, protecting our great Nation, and keeping our communities safe,” San Diego Sector Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Heitke said in a news release. “Our prayers go out to his family during this difficult time.” Along with his wife

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Top Putin Aide Predicts “Global Famine” By The End Of This Year

Top Putin Aide Predicts “Global Famine” By The End Of This Year Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, A top aide to Vladimir Putin has predicted a “global famine” that will occur before the end of the year as a result of worldwide grain shortages caused by the war in Ukraine. Maksim Oreshkin asserts that the United States’ attempt to takeover Ukraine’s grain reserves is going to lead to a humanitarian disaster. “It is important that in the conditions, for example, of a global famine that will occur closer to autumn, by the end of this year all over the world, Russia should not suffer, but be fully provided with food,” Oreshkin said. Oreshkin blamed inflation caused by the Federal Reserve overprinting the dollar since 2020 as one of the causes, but also zeroed in on the Biden’s administration’s more recent actions in Ukraine. “In fact, what America is trying to do with Ukraine now is to take out the grain reserves that Ukraine currently has in its possession – just another action that dooms Ukraine to serious humanitarian problems, but also dooms the global community to having big problems with hunger,” he warned. Russia and Ukraine account for almost a third of the world’s wheat exports, with sanctions on Russia and the war in Ukraine having led to a 60 per cent price surge so far this year. As we previously highlighted, Italian League party leader Matteo Salvini has warned that if the war in Ukraine is not brought to a conclusion by the end of this month, chronic food shortages will cause an immigration wave that will lead to 20 million African migrants trying to enter Europe. “Significant hunger is expected on the African continent, which will be a humanitarian, then a social, and finally an Italian

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