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Billionaire Robert Smith pledges $40M to clear debt for Morehouse graduates

UPI - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:36
Billionaire tech investor Robert F. Smith announced Sunday his family was creating a grant to pay off the debt of Morehouse College's entire graduating class.

Full Measure: Lobbyists Inventing New High Tech Ways To Influence President Trump

RealClear - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:32
"Full Measure" host Sharyl Attkisson interviews Luke Mullens of Washingtonian magazine about the new and innovative tactics lobbyists are using to skirt the rules and influence the president and his circle. SHARYL ATTKISSON: When Donald Trump came to Washington, it shook up the long-established money system that both Democrats and Republicans established to influence policy. Traditional lobbying routes were disrupted. Luke Mullens of Washingtonian magazine finds lobbyists have invented fascinating new high tech ways to reach the President and his circle. LUKE MULLINS, WASHINGTONIAN MAGAZINE: The basic issue is that when Trump was elected, all of the typical channels that would have been available to most presidents, like, you know, like a Jeb Bush, he would have had people on this campaign that were familiar with folks on K street and lobbyists. So they would have had sort of some more traditional access channels. That wasn't the case with the Trump administration. There was an urgency to get to him and with those traditional channels not being there, the industry innovated. SHARYL ATTKISSON: What are some of the tactics that they developed that were new and innovative? LUKE MULLINS: So one of the tactics that we talked about here is a tactic called Geofencing. Basically what you're able to do is sort of create a grid around a specific geographic area and then serve ads using Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, just social media platforms to that specific geographic location. SHARYL ATTKISSON: Why would somebody or an industry want to target particular ads to a geographic location and the people there? LUKE MULLINS: If you don't have a way to get a meeting with that person, this is one way to do it. Now, one of the reasons that this was used more is because Trump's, sort of media consumption. Obviously, he does use Twitter and there was a feeling in the industry that hey, this is a medium that we can reach out to him. SHARYL ATTKISSON: Would an example be that if he is in a Trump building and we know the President is in there, that industry interests are able to deliver ads to everybody around him in the building? LUKE MULLINS: Exactly. That's how it works. So you can geo-fence the White House, which is, which is geo-fenced all the time. You know, Congress has constantly geo-fenced. What was different here was that we were, industry was targeting ads specifically designed for Trump himself and you're going to capture other people around him. But the idea was to get directly to him and that's something we didn't see in previous eras. SHARYL ATTKISSON: Do you know which industries did this and did they meet with any success? LUKE MULLINS: What the Hotel Association was doing was following him basically wherever he went. So they geo fenced the White House when he was there, Mar a Lago when he was in Florida. And even when he went to Davos, they geo-fenced the hotel that he was around and again, and they also cut an ad that used his own language from the speech in Davos to try to get his attention. They're able to do it really, really quickly. SHARYL ATTKISSON: Is there any way to tell whether this is effective? LUKE MULLINS: It's so hard to know. Well, just the influence business in general is difficult to measure. This particular tactic I think is most effective when it's used in conjunction with other efforts. You wouldn't just run a geo-fencing campaign, you would use it to bolster other sort of traditional lobbying and other efforts. The big takeaway is that this is a fundamental tool in the toolbox for influencing people in Washington. What's different about what's happening now is it's all sort of being centered on Trump and the idea is to reach Trump who's known in the industry as the 'audience of one' sort of through his media consumption habits. SHARYL ATTKISSON: Is there anything that we in the general public should be concerned when it comes to using these tactics? LUKE MULLINS: All of these tactics fall under the sort of broader category of sort of what's known as shadow lobbying. The concern is that we have no idea who's doing this, how much they're spending and that's a big concern. That should be a concern. SHARYL ATTKISSON: Mullens is investigating even more high tech ways lobbyists plan to narrow-cast their messages to Washington's power players in a way that happens outside normal disclosure and oversight.

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Info Wars - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:29
Why the President needs to invoke the Insurrection Act.

‘Concerned’ Bernie Sanders gives a chilling answer when asked about sex-selective abortions

Twitchy - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:27

Not only does Sen. Bernie Sanders support no restrictions on abortion, listen to his answer when Chuck Todd asks him about whether killing the baby on the basis of his or her gender should be outlawed.

Bernie Sanders says he’ll support ZERO legal restrictions on abortion… even sex selective abortions.pic.twitter.com/8BtnLWxw5w

— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) May 19, 2019

He says he’s “concerned” about sex-selective abortions but doesn’t believe there should be legal protections against them because it’s “something society has got to deal with.”

When asked, @BernieSanders says he does not support laws enacting abortion bans.

When asked about people who got abortions because they were unhappy with the sex of the fetus, Sanders said that it was something society needed to deal with. https://t.co/pA1kBVrrAv

— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 19, 2019

“I wouldn’t use a restriction. That’s an issue that society has got to deal with, and it is of concern,” Sanders said.

Sick.

What could go wrong? https://t.co/6W8E8fHCE9

— SaintMaybe (@SaintMaybe1970) May 19, 2019

Disgusting https://t.co/x4MUfJ13uv

— ATamburine (@ATamburine) May 19, 2019

Not sure how he’s planning to get society to “deal with” this as president, but remember this is the same person who believes abortion is a right guaranteed by the Constitution.

Bernie Sanders says ‘abortion is a constitutional right’ (and people have thoughts) https://t.co/rasAuT7zJI

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 15, 2019

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WATCH: Romney Talks About Trump’s Moral ‘Character,’ And Rep. Justin Amash’s Shocking Tweets

Daily Wire - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:27
On Sunday, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) appeared on CNN’s "State of the Union" with host Jake Tapper. At the beginning of the segment, Tapper quoted a series of tweets from Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) in which the congressman claims that President Trump "has engaged in impeachable conduct."

If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran. Never threaten the United States again!

Trump Twitter - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:25

If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran. Never threaten the United States again!

Hugh Hewitt stands up for Pete Buttigieg, says his quote on Jefferson is being taken out of context

Twitchy - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:23

Hugh Hewitt stood up for 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Pete Buttigieg today, saying that a quote from his recent interview with the South Bend mayor on renaming Jefferson-Jackson dinners is being taken out of context. We covered it on Saturday:

Would the Jefferson Memorial get to stay? Pete Buttigieg wants events, buildings renamed https://t.co/VcxDk4JShz

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 19, 2019

Here’s Hugh with what Buttigieg was getting at:

Agree Kelly. I noted to @BrianLehrer yesterday that too often bits and pieces of interviews and remarks are used to hype a headline and generate clicks. I think @PeteButtigieg would stop well short of tearing down the Jefferson Memorial. One key thing the mayor said: https://t.co/QLec6gk1tk

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

Jefferson knew and wrote about the moral outrage of slavery in his Notes on Virginia and elsewhere. The latter generations of southerners tried to justify slavey via Calhoun but as Lincoln argued in Cooper Union Speech, the Framers from the South knew slavery was evil.

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

As “fathers marked it, so let it be again marked, as an evil not to be extended,” declared Lincoln. The subsequent repudiation of this understanding mixed with deep hypocrisy and a lack of courage compromises the legacy of Jefferson, but what @PeteButtigieg argued is true.

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

“Now we’re all morally conflicted human beings. And it’s not like we’re blotting him out of the history books, or deleting him from being the founder fathers. But you know, naming something after somebody confers a certain amount of honor.” https://t.co/zskjlmxObC

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

It seems fair two write on basis of interview that @PeteButtigieg would support removing most if not all statues honoring the confederacy, and many honoring Jackson, but leave Jefferson, Madison and Washington as remembered, but accurately, as “morally conflicted human beings.”

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

It is discouraging to see people comment on public officials —left, right and center— without giving those offficials any credit for good intentions, nuance, or simply lack of time to fully present a case. It discourages liberals from talking to conservatives and vis-versa.

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

I appreciate your spotting that @johnston_kelly. Thanks for the pointer.

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 19, 2019

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Would the Jefferson Memorial get to stay? Pete Buttigieg wants events, buildings renamed https://t.co/VcxDk4JShz

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 19, 2019

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Kevin McCarthy: Justin Amash Impeachment Call Is "Disturbing," But He Is A "Lightweight"

RealClear - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:22
House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy called GOP Rep. Justin Amash's call for President Trump's impeachment "disturbing" in an interview on FNC's "Sunday Morning Futures," but added that the libertarian Republican congressman is a "lightweight" who "votes more with Nancy Pelosi than he ever votes with me." "What he wants is attention in this process. He's not a criminal attorney. He's never met Mueller. He's never met Barr. And now he's coming forward with this?" McCarthy quipped. "He wants a Sunday show to put his name forward with a question." "But it's very disturbing. This is exactly what you would expect from Justin. He never supported the president. And I think he's just looking for attention." MARIA BARTIROMO: Look, even within your own party, with your own convention here, you have got division. I want to read this quote -- this tweet from Justin Amash. Your colleague on the GOP says: "Here are my principal conclusions. Attorney General Barr has deliberately misrepresented Mueller's report. Number two, President Trump has engaged in impeachable -- impeachable conduct. Number three, partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances. Number four, few members of Congress have read the Mueller report." President Trump has -- has responded to this. And the president tweeted right after Amash tweeted. And he says: "Never a fan of Justin Amash, a total lightweight who opposes me and some of our great Republican ideas and policies, just for the sake of getting his name out there through controversy." What's happening, sir? REP. KEVIN MCCARTHY: Well, apparently, those who know Justin Amash, this is exactly what he wants. He wants to have attention. Now, you have got to understand Justin Amash. He's been in Congress quite some time. I think he's only ever asked one question in all the committees that he's been in. He votes more with Nancy Pelosi than he ever votes with me. It's a question whether he's even in our Republican Conference as a whole. What he wants is attention in this process. He's not a criminal attorney. He's never met Mueller. He's never met Barr. And now he's coming forward with this? Because this is what he wants. He wants a Sunday show to put his name forward with a question. It's really disturbing, because, when you watch on the floor, you could have a bill with 400 votes all supporting it. There will always be one opposed, and that will be Justin Amash. BARTIROMO: Well, it's also speculated that he wants to run against President Trump in the 2020 election as a libertarian. Has he said that to you? MCCARTHY: Well, I know he said it on some show before. He had a very hard time winning in the last election. So I wonder. Maybe he wants some type of exit strategy. But it's very disturbing. This is exactly what you would expect from Justin. He never supported the president. And I think he's just looking for attention.

Missouri Taco Bell manager-in-training fired after Islamophobic conversation with customer

Daily Mail - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:20
A manager-in-training at a Taco Bell restaurant in Bridgeton, Missouri was filmed on Tuesday making Islamophobic comments by Tarek Hamdan, a Muslim man who was visiting the store.

Progressives Want Democratic Party To Purge Remaining Pro-Lifers

Daily Wire - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:17
Leaders of the Congressional Progressive Caucus are demanding that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee abandon its support of the five remaining pro-life Democrats in Congress and allow abortion advocates to compete for their seats.

False reporting yesterday. “There are no plans to send migrants to Northern or Coastal Border facilities, including Florida.” @FoxNews Not by airplanes or any other way. Our Country is FULL, will not, and can not, take you in!

Trump Twitter - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:15

False reporting yesterday. “There are no plans to send migrants to Northern or Coastal Border facilities, including Florida.” Not by airplanes or any other way. Our Country is FULL, will not, and can not, take you in!

Adam Schiff: House Dems Could Use Impeachment As A "Tool" To Beat Trump's "Maximum Obstruction Campaign"

RealClear - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:13
Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation" that House Democrats could use impeachment proceedings as a "tool" to beat the Trump administration's "maximum obstructionism campaign against Congress." "It provides an additional tool," Schiff said. "We have been gradually escalating the tactics we need to use to get information for the American people." "If the only way that we can do our oversight is through an impeachment proceeding then maybe we have to go down that road," he added. "But I think it'll be important to show the American people this was a decision made reluctantly. [That] this is a decision forced upon us rather than something we were eager to embrace." MARGARET BRENNAN: Speaker Pelosi has previously said that for her the standard for impeachment requires a bipartisan level of support for it. We saw yesterday the very first Republican, Justin Amash, who is a libertarian, he is no fan of the President, but still a Republican. He suggested that the President has carried out impeachable behavior. Does this meet the Democratic standard, now, to consider and move forward with an impeachment inquiry? REPRESENTATIVE ADAM SCHIFF: Well, I think that what the Speaker has referred to and I have as well is can an impeachment even be potentially successful in the Senate? We see no signs of that yet. And, you know, I respect what Justin Amash is doing and has said. He showed more courage than any other Republican in the House or Senate. But what may be pushing us in the direction of impeachment in any event has less to do with Justin Amash and more to do with the fact that the administration is engaging in a maximum obstructionism campaign against Congress. MARGARET BRENNAN: You do think there is more of a movement towards impeachment? REPRESENTATIVE ADAM SCHIFF: I think that we are seeing more members that recognize that the administration is acting in a lawless fashion, essentially, having obstructed justice, is now obstructing Congress and our lawful function. And if we conclude that there's no other way to do our jobs, no other way to do the oversight, no other way to show the American people what this President has done, his-- his unethical and illegal acts as outlined in the Mueller Report, then we may get there. MARGARET BRENNAN: You're-- what-- what you're suggesting just to clarify, is that by opening up an inquiry into impeachment or proceedings into impeachment, it would allow you to get the information you've-- and evidence you've been asking for? REPRESENTATIVE ADAM SCHIFF: It may-- MARGARET BRENNAN: That it provides a tool even if it fails? REPRESENTATIVE ADAM SCHIFF: It-- it-- it does, it provides an additional tool. And what we have been doing is we have been gradually escalating the-- the tactics we need to use to get information for the American people. So we began by asking for voluntary cooperation and that was not forthcoming. We followed with subpoenas, we followed with contempt, we may follow with inherent contempt, and we may have to follow with impeachment. There may be an odd confluence of interest here between the Trump administration and people around the President who want him impeached because they think it's politically advantageous. And an increasing number of Democrats and maybe Republicans who feel this President's conduct is so incompatible with office, incompatible with our system of checks and balances that if the only way that we can do our oversight is through an impeachment proceeding then maybe we have to go down that road. But I think it will be important to show the American people this was a decision made reluctantly. This is a decision forced upon us rather than something we were eager to embrace.

Gowdy Says He Has Seen Evidence That Is ‘Game Changer’ In Russia Probe

Federalist Papers - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:12

Former Republican South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy said he is aware of possible evidence in the Russia probe that was withheld from the FISA courts. The former representative said on “Sunday Morning Futures” that there is exculpatory evidence that would change a lot of minds. “If the bureau’s going to send in an informant in,…

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Kirsten Gillibrand: "President Trump Has Started A War On American Women" And "He's Going To Lose"

RealClear - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:08
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand joined CBS's Margaret Brennan Sunday to talk about the anti-abortion law passed in Alabama and the Trump administration's immigration policies. Gillibrand said that President Trump "has started a war on America's women." "If it's a fight he wants to have it's a fight he's going to have, and he's going to lose," she said. SENATOR KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND: This is nothing short of an all-out assault on women's reproductive freedom, an effort to take away our basic human rights and civil rights, and make no mistake, the thirty states that are trying to unwind abortion rights are trying to get rid of Roe v. Wade. It-- it-- it's nothing more complex than that. And they do not believe that women should have the right to make the most intimate, personal life-and-death decisions. And I think it's untenable, and I hope America's women are paying attention because President Trump has started a war on America's women. And if it's a fight he wants to have it's a fight he's going to have, and he's going to lose. MARGARET BRENNAN: But you have said that if you're elected President you would codify Roe v. Wade. To do that you would need a Congress that agrees to follow your lead on that. Are you assuming a Democratic Congress to follow you in 2020? SENATOR KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND: I do. We already took back the House in 2018. Women across this country have been marching since President Trump became President, and then took their views and voices to the ballot box, electing a hundred and twenty women to Congress who support women's reproductive freedom and reproductive rights. I think that trend is going to continue. We saw a surge in women's votes. I think that will continue in '20. And, hopefully, we can actually flip the Senate as well and take back the presidency. MARGARET BRENNAN: Now the-- the chairman of the Democratic National Committee Tom Perez has said every Democrat should support abortion rights. And that was met with some outcry because it was seen as-- as a litmus test. Now for your party to win you need to be able to attract more people to it. Can you say that there is room in the Democratic Party for people who have a moral objection to abortion? Is-- is there room on your ticket for supporters like that? SENATOR KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND: So for voters across America and for individuals, of course, you can have your personal views on any issue. There's nothing wrong with having a religious perspective on this issue. But what I do not accept is any Democratic leader or candidate to not believe in full civil rights and human rights for women. We cannot have Democrats who are running for office who do not believe in basic health care and civil rights for women. It-- it's just untenable, and it's unacceptable, and I will not support a candidate, and I do not believe any candidate running for President should be undermining women's reproductive freedom and our basic human rights.

Sanders: "Beating Trump Is Not Good Enough," We Have To Beat Fossil Fuel Industry, Big Pharma, Insurance Companies

RealClear - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:03
In an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, Sen. Bernie Sanders sounded the alarm on climate change, stating that "beating Trump is not good enough." "You have to take on all of those forces of the status quo, who do not want to move this country to energy efficiency and sustainable energies," Sanders said. "We're going to try to beat the -- Trump. But you know what else we're going to try to do? We're going to try to transform the United States of America," he said. "Deal with this massive level of income and wealth inequality, deal with Wall Street, deal with the greed of the drug companies and the insurance companies and the fossil fuel industry. So our campaign has a different goal. It's to transform this country. And we're taking on the entire establishment." CHUCK TODD: Well, let me start with something the vice president, former vice president, said yesterday. And it was a fascinating way -- he was talking about his climate change proposal. And he said, 'If you want to know what the first and most important plank in my climate proposal is it was," quote, "beat Trump." You have said, if all the Democrats do is focus on Trump, you lose. Essentially, Biden is saying, no, no, no, no, no. It is all about Trump. Your reaction. SEN. BERNIE SANDERS: Well, I think Democrats have got to do a couple of things. Number one, it goes without saying that we have got to beat, defeat Donald Trump, who, in my view, is the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country. He's a pathological liar. He's a sexist and a racist, et cetera, et cetera. But that is not enough. If we're talking, for example, about climate change, what the scientists tell us is that we have 12 years before irreparable damage is done to this planet. Beating Trump is not good enough. You've got to beat the fossil fuel industry. You have to take on all of those forces of the status quo, who do not want to move this country to energy efficiency and sustainable energies. Chuck, what the scientists tell us is that the future of the planet is at stake. And we have a moral responsibility to make sure that our kids live, and our grandchildren live, in a healthy and habitable planet. That means massive investments in wind, solar, and so forth and so on. So taking on Trump, of course, you've got to do that. But you need a real plan to transform our energy system. CHUCK TODD: Well, I think another way of looking at it is you have to win, right? And you have to -- I think one of the cases you need to make to the Democrats is when -- you know, the former head of the Democratic Party in Pennsylvania, and I gather that Joe Biden has a lot of support in Pennsylvania. But here's what he said about you. He said this. "I'm supremely confident Bernie Sanders could not win Pennsylvania. When Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren open their mouths, many, many Democrats in Pennsylvania stick their fingers in their ears." Tell us how you win Pennsylvania. SEN. BERNIE SANDERS: Look, you know, let me just say this to Ed, who I've known for many years, and to the entire Democratic establishment. Let me tell this to Ed, that there are millions of people who are sick and tired of that Democratic establishment. What Ed should know is that a recent poll that came out had me, if I'm not mistaken, eight points ahead of Trump in Pennsylvania. We've had polls which have me way ahead of him in Michigan and Wisconsin and, in fact, all over this country. Now, the reason that we can beat, that my campaign can beat Donald Trump is we're going to create the kind of excitement that we need to bring out the large voter turnout. We're going to bring out young people, who not only are interested and are going to fight for real climate change, they want to raise that minimum wage to $15 an hour, a fight that I have been helping to lead. They want healthcare for all through a Medicare-for-all, single-payer program. They understand that it is absurd that young people should be leaving college 50,000, 60,000, 100,000 dollars in debt. They want public colleges and universities tuition-free. They want criminal justice reform. They want immigration reform. And the truth is that our campaign, I think, can generate that excitement. Our generation can talk to some, some of the Trump supporters, who now know that they were lied to, when Trump said he was going to provide healthcare to everybody and then tried to throw 32 million people off their healthcare. I think we are the campaign that can beat Donald Trump. CHUCK TODD: Senator, I would argue, you made a very similar case against Hillary Clinton four years ago. And you came up short. Why do you think, this time -- especially when it seems like you have an exhaustive -- I'm just saying, you have, you have a part of the Democratic Party -- that seems to be gravitating toward Biden. Go ahead. SEN. BERNIE SANDERS: You know, we came up short. Yeah, we took on the entire Democratic establishment. We took on the Democratic National Committee. We took on every Democratic governor. We took on every Democratic mayor. And we ended up winning 22 states and 13 million votes and, in fact, bringing forth an agenda that transformed the Democratic Party. Four years ago, people were not talking about the issues they're talking about now. So I understand that our campaign is unique in the sense that we're going to try to win the Democratic primary. We're going to try to beat the -- Trump. But you know what else we're going to try to do? We're going to try to transform the United States of America, deal with this massive level of income and wealth inequality, deal with Wall Street, deal with the greed of the drug companies and the insurance companies and the fossil fuel industry. So our campaign has a different goal. It's to transform this country. And we're taking on the entire establishment, when we do that, including Ed Rendell.

Bernie Sanders Blasted for Comparing Baseball Player Contracts to Teacher Salaries

Breitbart - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 20:02
Self-confessed socialist candidate for president, Bernie Sanders, recently ripped pro-baseball because its players make more than teachers. But to many Americans, it looks like Bernie lacks any understanding about the economics of the matter.

IVF 'will alter human evolution' by allowing disease-prone people to have babies

Daily Mail - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 19:58
At a conference in Vienna Dr Hans Hanevik will say babies could be being born with defective genes that led to their parent's difficulty having children. This may ultimately have an effect on evolution.

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Trump Twitter - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 19:54

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Trump Twitter - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 19:48

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