Thursday, April 26, 2018

Two Thoughts For Today...
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

Thought one:

Why is everyone so into the ‘big names’ who get kicked off or sent to fb jail instead of we ‘little guys’ who are the prime victims of fb censorship. I’ve been in fb jail 23+ times for one nonsensical reason or another…why aren’t the senators and such concerned about me. YES Diamond and Silk and others ‘of name’ have their gripes…and rightly so…but so do I and many many others just like me who are ‘targeted’ for selective enforcement time and time again. Guess the truth hurts when it’s given by conservatives and if there’s one thing fb is afraid of it’s we who try to get the truth out against all odds.

Thought two:

Poster sized enlargements of passports are on display during an anti-Muslim ban rally as the Supreme Court hears arguments about wether President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from several mostly Muslim countries violates immigration law or the Constitution, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)The Supreme Court gave President Trump’s travel limits a far more favorable hearing Wednesday than it has received in most lower courts, with conservative-leaning justices actively rebutting charges that the latest version of the president’s policy is the “Muslim ban” that critics contend.

The case marks the first of Mr. Trump’s major policies to squarely reach the justices, and analysts said their ruling will set the tone for how much deference courts give the unorthodox president for the rest of his tenure.

Immigrant rights activists, congressional Democrats and much of the rest of the anti-Trump resistance had been looking to the justices to block Mr. Trump. With Congress controlled by Republicans, they said, it is up to courts to constrain the president.

Some of the court’s liberal justices were inclined to agree, but they appeared to be outmatched by the Republican-appointed justices who defended the president’s powers and discounted lower courts’ findings of anti-Muslim “animus.”

“If you look at what was done, it does not look at all like a Muslim ban,” declared Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.

Solicitor General Noel Francisco, arguing the case for Mr. Trump, agreed.

Two-Facebook: Claiming neutrality while punishing the Right
By Bosch Fawstin / Jihad Watch


Editor-in-Chief of Frontpage Magazine, Jamie Glazov, was recently threatened with violence by a Muslim on Facebook, and the only one who paid a price for that threat was Jamie, after he posted about it. Facebook ended up suspending him for a week. That’s the basis of my accompanying cartoon. This unfair, unwarranted punishment of those […]
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Google Search Manipulation Can Swing Nearly 80 Percent of Undecided Voters: Report
A new study conducted by a team of researchers at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology shows Google can actually manipulate the large majority of voters by returning negative search results.

Basically, all Google censors have to do is affix a negative suggestion to a candidate’s name — and a positive to another chosen candidate’s name.

The findings are significant because they put numbers and evidence to what conservatives have long known — that the liberal-leaning anti-Republican, anti-conservative, anti-Donald Trumpers in social media are on an all-courts-press to stifle voices that counter their progressive goals.

From Breitbart:

By inserting negative search suggestions under the name of a candidate, search engines like Google can shift the opinions of undecided voters by up to 43.4 percent, according to new research by a team at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology and reported exclusively by Breitbart News.

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Developing now, Thursday, April 26, 2018
  • President Trump's legal team reportedly wants to know whether Russia Special Counsel Robert Mueller has 'an open mind' as they negotiate a possible interview between the president and Mueller's team
  • Trump joins 'Fox & Friends' for an exclusive interview Thursday at 8 a.m. ET
  • Memos that fired FBI Director James Comey leaked to the media were more widely shared than previously believed, sources tell Fox News
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  • Bill Clinton 'casually encouraged' Trump to run for president before the 2016 race to disrupt the GOP, according to a new book
  • Dr. Ronny Jackson, Trump's pick to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, reportedly faces more pressure from Republicans to withdraw his nomination amid new allegations of improper conduct