Seth Rich's Murder Was Not a Random Killing, According to an Independent Report
Cited by WJLA in Washington D.C, a student group from George Washington University, called the Profiling Project, released a new report into the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
One of the first odd things about the report is that, Profiling Project says they did not have access to the police records, which makes you wonder why the police wouldn't allow access to them. Profiling Project also said they came across a CCTV camera in the area Seth Rich was killed, but the police "missed it".
How can police miss a surveillance camera in the same area where a homicide happened? Let's hope Profiling Project can gain access to the tapes from the night Seth Rich was killed.
The report also showed the lack of evidence at the crime scene, such as no bullet shells or any other evidence that the offender would have left behind. This backs up the claim that this could have been professional, or at least the offender knew what they needed to do and how to do it.
While the Profile Project ruled out it wasn't a robbery or random killing, they did not suggest it could have been a hit job or assassination, but they really gave no possible conclusion within their report.
We do know though, Seth Rich was alive when he was transported to the hospital, but we do not know what Seth Rich told police during that time. Again, the police seem to be hush-hush about this case for some odd reason.
This report seems to suggest almost every hit-job theory would only be confirmed if a "toxin" was given to Seth Rich, which seems a bit odd in itself since a hit-job can very well be executed with any weapon. Though the report suggested that if it were professional, someone wouldn't risk a shooting.
If the above were true though, why has this case been so closed, and why did the shooter slip into the night without a trace? If it wasn't a random killing, then what was the reason Seth Rich was gunned down on his way home in the early morning hours?
With this report coming out and putting it side by side with the Rich's private investigator report that Seth was in contact with Wikileaks, put two and two together, it seems very fishy. Seth Rich was also a Bernie Sanders supporter.
There is just too much circumstance pointing towards a hit-job murder of Seth Rich than just a "random" killing. The way the police have handled it and the lack of investigation is also quite fishy. There is a reason Wikileaks is offering a hefty cash reward to information leading to the solving of Rich's murder.
The Profiling Project report can also be accessed here: http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/06/21/independent-report-casts-doubt-on-police-theory-of-seth-rich-murder/
Kicking off this week, President Trump met with technology leaders. People like Tim Cook (CEO, Apple), Jeff Bezos (CEO, Amazon), Ginni Rometty (CEO, IBM), and many others such as the co-CEO of Oracle. This meeting was another example of Trump bringing people together to help get the country and government back on track.
Cyber security was a hot topic, "sweeping IT overhaul" for the federal government was brought up (well needed), and it seemed to have been a very productive meeting. It's no doubt that technology is and will be the industry power house going forward, but it digs deeper than that.
The tech leaders that met at the White House on Monday are some of the richest most well connected people in the world. Money and connections go a long way anywhere. President Trump knows this and it could be another reason he wants to work so closely with them, because those people have and will continue to change the world year after year.
Here's a video from the meeting per Fox Business:
Twitter and Facebook were no-shows at the meeting, but according to The Hill, Twitter wasn't invited because they didn't follow through on an emoji request from the White House. It just goes to show Jack Dorsey's (Twitter CEO) true feelings for this administration.
This meeting really boiled down to cyber security and education. Cyber security for the whole country, an update for government technology, and making coding a requirement for high school. The latter part is a great idea, and should have been done a long time ago. Coding is the future, and with the way AI is going, may be the only true tech job 50 years from now.
It's simple, to be competitive in the 21st century, your technology sector has to be a power house and the US's has been for decades. It's time to combine the power of the private sector and the power of government and use those resources for the greater good of all US citizens. The tech firms have the know-how, money, and resources and the government has the power.
Let's end this with a panel discussion on Fox Business summing up this tech meeting:
Video soruce: InfoWars
If Comey's testimony taught us anything, it taught us that President Trump is still squeaky clean. James Comey confirmed that the President never obstructed any investigation, President Trump was never the subject of an investigation, and Russia changed no votes in the election.
Of course this didn't satisfy the liberal media, they quickly went into damage control, all but Chris Matthews who seemed to accept defeat. Matthews of MSNBC conceded that the "collusion" theory fell apart, which it did.
Here is Senator Risch pressing Comey on how Trump did not order Comey to stand down from the Flynn probe per PBS NewsHour:
The loss column just seemed to pile on for Democrats yesterday, not only did Comey confirm President Trump is good to go, but he also dropped a bombshell on former US Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Comey stated that Lynch directed him to call the Hillary Clinton server investigation a "matter" and not an investigation. That is clearly a wrong a doing, and helps back up the theory Comey and Obama Admin got Hillary off.
Comey also delivered another blow to the left by simply stating most media stories talking about classified info and the russia investigation are wrong. Here's the video of Comey stating that, per PBS NewsHour:
Thanks, Comey for confirming the fake media.
Comey however put himself in a negative light. He confirmed that he leaked his own memo. Yes, James Comey wrote a memo about President Trump, didn't do anything official with it, got fired, gave it to a source within the FBI, who then leaked it out to the press. Yes, Comey was part of a deep state leak, and can make you wonder if he was part of any other leaks.
Comey on multiple occasions, used language like "if i were strong enough" and "cowardly" when describing some of his actions. That doesn't shine positively on him at all, and helps confirm why Trump thought he was incompetent.
At the end of the day Comey handed the democrats a loss, handed Trump a win, and gave the media a free for all on both sides. Of course liberal media won't concede defeat this easy, but it sure gave them a kick in the ass. Hopefully they wise up, start being professional, and get back to real journalism.
It would be nice if we as a country can get passed this charade, and start talking about and working on the real issues that face our country. America First.
Pulsar Poll Results: Do You Support President Trump's for Withdrawing the US from the Paris Accord?
America First! That's what President Donald Trump is all about, and he showed it when withdrawing us from the Paris Climate Agreement. However, the most recent Pulsar poll didn't show the full support for the President's decision.
The "No's" have it at 62% while the "Yes's" make up 33% of the vote, and a few stragglers make up the "Unsure" and "No Opinion". The move was not popular in the mainstream, and quite frankly among those who don't really know what the accord is.
Read this paper from the White House on the reason President Trump pulled us out:
It was a bad deal overall for the United States. The biggest polluters: China, India, and Russia have almost no restrictions on emissions and pollution under this deal. The United States has to dish out the most cash out all of countries as well, not good!
Even MIT agrees this accord is for nothing, stating above in the image, that if all countries in the agreement met their obligations, the world temperature would only be reduced by .2 degrees Celsius.
Good move, President Trump.