Sep. 20, 2018 - Google thought about ways to alter search results after Trump's travel ban decision. Who is the bigger threat? Russia... or Google?

Jair Bolsonaro is a right wing candidate leading in polls to win the Presidency.

Chemintz, Germany, September 1, 2018

From President Trump's Twitter (Aug 29, 2018)

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From PragerU website: https://www.prageru.com/

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Fox News (June 22, 2018): President Trump on Friday blasted what he described as a media double standard on immigration, as he honored families whose loved ones were killed by illegal immigrants and accused the press of ignoring them to focus on the plight of migrants caught crossing the border.
After a week of saturation coverage on illegal immigrant parents separated from their children -- a policy Trump reversed under public and political pressure -- the president stressed that so-called Angel Families have been “permanently separated.”

From President Trump's twitter page (June 20, 2018)
Trump: "Don’t worry, the Republicans, and your President, will fix it!"
Link: https://t.co/xsbuPzXbHj

Daily Wire: White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders fired back at former First Lady Laura Bush on Monday over her recent criticisms of the current administration's "zero tolerance" policy. Sanders pointed out how the current separation of children from their families at the border is the result of actions taken by prior administrations, specifically Bush's husband, George W. Bush.

Fox News (June 6, 2018)
Where were the media to report it when it happened?

Fox News (June 3, 2018)

Fox News (May 30, 2018): Prosecutors on Wednesday released three chilling videos of Parkland school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz detailing his plans to become famous after plotting to kill people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
"Hello, my name is Nik, and I'm going to be the next school shooter of 2018," Cruz, 19, calmly stated in one of the videos, which appeared to have been filmed on Feb. 14, the day of the mass shooting. The gunman said there was "going to be a big event" at Stoneman Douglas.

The Fresno Bee (May 26, 2018): Before Clovis High played Buchanan Friday night for the Central Section softball championship, the announcer representing the section stated there wouldn't be a national anthem prior to the game.
Those in attendance at Fresno State's Margie Wright Diamond weren't having any of that. Following a loud chorus of boos, the patriotic crowd stood up and began singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" a cappella. Many removed their hats and placed their hands over their hearts. Others simply stood tall with pride.
Players stopped their pregame warmups to turn around and face the American flag that waved beyond the center-field wall.
When the song was over, the crowd burst into a round of applause.The teams went on to play ball.
Event coordinator Bob Kayajanian of the Central Section said it was a mistake on his part.

Evening Standard: Hundreds of protesters have descended on Whitehall to demonstrate against Tommy Robinson’s arrest for ‘breaching the peace’ outside a courthouse.
Whitehall had to be closed to traffic as a huge group gathered outside Downing Street on Saturday afternoon, chanting Mr Robinson’s name.It comes after the founder of the English Defence League was apprehended by police while streaming a Facebook live video outside a grooming trial in Leeds on Friday morning.

Hat this ever happened before?
President Donald Trump gave a speech to the graduates of the Naval Academy Friday morning. Then he shook the hands of every single graduate — more than 1,000 midshipmen.

From 'RNC Research' Twitter page (May 22, 2018)

Fox News (May 21, 2018): In the middle of a presidential election when a man is vowing to drain 'the swamp,' there could have been a plot hatched at the senior levels of our government to entrap secondary figures in the Trump campaign.

Glenn Beck has had enough of dishonest media, now supports Trump.

A Republican candidate in the Georgia governor’s race, announced Tuesday that he is taking a “deportation bus” tour through the state’s sanctuary cities as part of his campaign to highlight the dangers of illegal immigration.,
Michael Williams, a state senator and a former Georgia co-chair for the Trump campaign, is running in the Republican primary race and promising to “expedite the deportation process and send a clear message to illegal communities that they are not welcomed in Georgia.”
“If you're as tired as I am of politicians who do nothing but talk, and you want to see this bus filled with illegals, vote Michael Williams on May 22,” he says in a new ad.


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