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PIZZAGATE: The Mysterious Death Of A Human Trafficking Investigator

Human trafficking widespread in the wake of Haiti earthquake

The United Nations after roughly six years has finally apologized for bringing the ongoing cholera outbreak to Haiti following the 2010 7.0 Earthquake that struck southwest of Port-au-Prince and devastated the already suffering island nation.

The UN continues to deny that their Nepalese contingent unleashed the cholera outbreak, even arguing that the cause was unimportant.

The cholera outbreak has killed at least 9,300 Haitians and infected 800,000 more and is currently spreading like a pandemic to the Dominican Republic and Cuba. This was the first time in Haitian history that cholera had reached Haiti according to Professors at Duke University.

Oddly enough on November 14th, the Laboratory to combat Human Trafficking reported that Monica Peterson mysteriously died the day before.

2016 Election: World Reacts to Donald Trump’s Stunning Upset Victory

Welcome to Breitbart News’s live coverage of the aftermath of Election Day, 2016. Check this page for updates on president-elect Donald Trump, celebrating a shocking upset win, and the reactions from Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, the bipartisan political establishment, and legacy media outlets.

All times Eastern.

2:43 PM —

Heat Street’s Louise Mensch Locks Her Twitter Account: ‘Stumped by Trump’

Louise Mensch, the former Conservative MP and founder of the News Corp-owned blog Heat Street, has made her Twitter account private after Donald Trump’s upset victory in Tuesday’s presidential election.

From the beginning, Mensch has been a staunch supporter of the #NeverTrump campaign, with a Twitter bio staunchly declaring that you “Can Stump The Trump.”  Wikileaks revealed that she pitched ad campaign scripts to Hillary Clinton’s inner circle, and echoed the Democratic candidate’s attacks on Pepe the Frog. Mensch and Heat Street also showed strong support for Evan McMullin, the independent conservative candidate who tried to spoil Trump’s chances in Utah.

However, after the results had come in, Mensch began to break down. An archive of her account from around 9AM UTC shows tweets of her claiming that an “FBI coup” pushed Trump into office, even though he was a “racist, Russian spy.”

Her bio now reads “Stumped by Trump.”

Jack Hadfield is a student at the University of Warwick and a regular contributor to Breitbart Tech. You can follow him on Twitter @ToryBastard_, on Gab @JH or email him at jack@yiannopoulos.net.

2:15 PM — Elizabeth Warren.

2:01 PM —

1:27 PM —

AP: Donald Trump’s Midwestern Working-Class White Voters ‘Helped Anchor Democratic Presidential Victories for a Generation’

(AP) Republican Donald Trump won the presidency fueled by a surge of working-class whites across a band of Midwestern states. Those are the kind of voters who had helped anchor Democratic presidential victories for a generation.

Trump won states such as Pennsylvania and Iowa that had twice backed Barack Obama.

Exit polls and unofficial returns reflect deep racial, gender, economic and cultural divides across the region and nationally.

Trump’s support Tuesday skewed older, more male and overwhelmingly white. His supporters said they are deeply dissatisfied with the federal government and eager for change. That’s according to the exit polls conducted by Edison Research for national media outlets.

Democrat Hillary Clinton’s support was anchored in cities, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Trump’s advantages in small towns, rural areas and many suburbs.

1:07 PM —

‘Not My President’: Leftists Riot over Donald Trump’s Election Victory

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Demonstrators opposed to the election of Donald Trump smashed windows and set garbage bins on fire in downtown Oakland, California early Wednesday, as protesters swarmed streets across the country in response to the election. The protests elsewhere were generally peaceful.

In Oregon, dozens of people blocked traffic in downtown Portland and forced a delay for trains on two light rail lines. Media reports said the crowd grew to about 300 people, including some who sat in the middle of the road to block traffic. The crowd of anti-Trump protesters burned American flags and chanted “That’s not my president.”

In Pennsylvania, hundreds of University of Pittsburgh students marched through the streets, with some in the crowd calling for unity. The student-run campus newspaper, the Pitt News, tweeted about an event later Wednesday titled “Emergency Meeting: Let’s Unite to Stop President Trump.”

In Seattle, a group of about 100 protesters gathered in the Capital Hill neighborhood, blocked roads and set a trash bin on fire.

The Oakland protest grew to about 250 people by late Tuesday evening, according to police. Officer Marco Marquez said protesters damaged five businesses, breaking windows and spraying graffiti.

Police issued a citation for a vehicle code violation, but did not make any arrests.

A woman was struck by a car and severely injured when protesters got onto a highway early Wednesday morning, the California Highway Patrol said. Protesters vandalized the driver’s SUV before officers intervened. The highway was closed for about 20 minutes.

Marquez said the department is fully staffed for the possibility of another protest Wednesday evening.

Oakland is a hotbed of violent protest in the San Francisco Bay Area. Protesters briefly shut down two major freeways, vandalized police cars and looted businesses two years ago when a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black teenager in Ferguson.

And nearly 80 people were arrested after a night in 2010 that saw rioters using metal bats to break store windows, setting fires and looting after a white transit police officer, Johannes Mehserle, was acquitted of murder and convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the slaying of Oscar Grant, an unarmed black man who was shot dead on a train platform the previous year.

Elsewhere in California, police said at least 500 people swarmed on streets in and around UCLA, some shouting anti-Trump expletives and others chanting “Not my president!”

Smaller demonstrators were held at University of California campuses and neighborhoods in Berkeley, Irvine and Davis and at San Jose State.

12:45 PM —

12:42 PM — Egyptian president congratulates Trump. In mid-September, Breitbart News spoke with Egyptian leaders who heavily insinuated they looked forward to a Trump administration.

12:29 PM —

12:23 PM —

12:22 PM — 2016.

12:19 PM —

12:17 PM —

Paper: Donald Trump Is Apparent Winner of Final Michigan Vote

No one has officially called the state of Michigan yet, but a local newspaper says that the final tally shows Donald Trump prevailing over Hillary Clinton.

From the Detroit Free Press:

With seven critical Genessee County precincts now reporting results, Donald Trump appears to have won Michigan by 13,225 votes — a margin of less than three-tenths of a percent —  out of more than 4.8 million cast, according to unofficial results posted late this morning by the state.

Trump held a 12,488-vote lead over Hillary Clinton through the morning. But with all 83 Michigan counties reporting, Clinton won 2,264,361. Trump’s margin of victory was exceedingly close: He won 47.6% compared to 47.33% for Clinton, according to updated state totals updated at 11:20 a.m. today.

The Associated Press has not yet called the race.

Read the rest of the story here.

12:06 PM — Trump spokesman on Hillary’s remarks:

12:05 PM — Wikileaks not yet done with John Podesta.

12:03 PM — Video message from Bibi Netanyahu:

11:53 AM — Clinton quotes Paul’s epistle to the Galatians: “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”

11:52 AM —

11:51 AM —

11:47 AM — 

11:46 AM — Clinton: “To Barack and Michelle Obama, our country owes you an enormous debt of gratitude.”

11:45 AM — 2016.

11:44 AM — Clinton: “Donald Trump is going to be our president and we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead.”

11:42 AM — Clinton: “I know how disappointed you feel, because I feel it too. And so do tens of millions of Americans who invested their hopes and dreams in this effort. This is painful, and it will be for a long time.”

11:40 AM — Hillary all smiles as she takes the stage and hugs Kaine, accompanied by Bill, Chelsea, and son-in-law Marc. “Thank you all so much. Very rowdy group,” she says as room bursts into standing ovation.

11:39 AM — Kaine subtly attacks Trump: “Nobody had to worry whether she’d doubt the outcome of an election.”

11:37 AM — Kaine reciting the parable of the workers in the field, eyes visibly welling up. Says Clinton was loyal to workers who contributed to the campaign later, just as she was to those who were there from the beginning.

11:36 AM — Kaine gets a big round of applause after touting Clinton winning the popular vote. “That is an amazing accomplishment,” he says.

11:34 AM — Tim Kaine and his wife take the stage at Clinton’s first public event since conceding the race Tuesday night. “My wife Ann and I are so proud of Hillary Clinton,” he opens.

11:33 AM —

Kelly Ayotte Not Conceding New Hampshire Senate Race Yet

(AP) Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan is declaring victory in the New Hampshire Senate race. But incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte is not conceding.

The Associated Press has yet to call the race. Unofficial results have Hassan up by fewer than 700 votes.

In a statement Hassan says: “It’s clear that we have maintained the lead and have won this race.”

But Ayotte issued her own statement saying: “We look forward to results being announced by the secretary of state, and ensuring that every vote is counted in this race that has received an historic level of interest.”

New Hampshire is the only Senate race where a winner has not yet been declared. Regardless of which way it goes, Republicans will retain control of the Senate. Either party could request a recount.

11:23 AM — Ryan: Obamacare is collapsing under its own weight. “With a unified Republican government, we can fix this.”

11:21 AM — Ryan: Trump heard the voices in America that others didn’t, says he has a “mandate.”

11:18 AM — Paul Ryan congratulates Trump and says that his “coattails” boosted Republicans in down-ballot races, says Trump’s speech set the “perfect tone” for country to move forward.

10:41 AM — Hillary Clinton is late for a 10:30 speech she announced this morning.

10:41 AM —

Vox: ‘Media Obsession with a Bulls**t Email Scandal’ Helped Donald Trump Win

Matt Yglesias of Vox works out his feelings Wednesday morning after the American public voted to hold Hillary Clinton accountable for exposing the nation’s secrets to amateur hackers — rebuking the FBI’s contorted rationale not to prosecute her lawbreaking.

From Vox:

The media’s coverage of the 2016 race didn’t win the election for Donald Trump, but it didn’t help.

Back in September, Gallup presented the findings of an important research project that, in retrospect, ought to have prompted a lot more soul searching among members of the press. What they did was, over an extended period of time, survey people and ask them what they were hearing about the two candidates.

The answer is that with regard to Hillary Clinton, they heard a lot about email. With regard to Trump, they heard about nothing in particular.

Read the rest of the tantrum here.

10:24 AM —

Obama Congratulates Donald Trump, Invites to White House Meeting

WASHINGTON (AP) — Conceding his party’s staggering electoral defeat, President Barack Obama on Wednesday invited President-elect Donald Trump to meet with him to discuss the handover of power from his administration to Trump’s.

The White House said Obama called the Republican in the early hours of the morning to congratulate him on his victory in the presidential campaign, which marked a forceful rebuke by voters to Obama’s eight years in office. The two leaders planned to meet Thursday at the White House, where Obama was to update Trump about ongoing planning for the transition.

Obama was to offer his first reaction to the election later Wednesday in a televised statement that the White House said would focus on “what steps we can take as a country to come together after this hard-fought election season.”

“Ensuring a smooth transition of power is one of the top priorities the president identified at the beginning of the year and a meeting with the president-elect is the next step,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in a statement.

For Obama, the act of holding the meeting is a humbling blow to his legacy and to his hopes for leaving a lasting imprint on the nation’s policies. Trump has vowed to rip up much of what Obama accomplished, including his signature health care law, the Iran nuclear deal and a painstakingly negotiated trade deal with Asia.

Obama also called Hillary Clinton after it became clear she’d lost the race. The White House said Obama had “expressed admiration for the strong campaign she waged throughout the country.”

It was unclear how substantive Obama’s call was with Trump, or how long it lasted, although the White House noted that Obama placed the call from his residence in the White House, rather than from the West Wing.

Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, described it as a “warm conversation” and a “gracious exchange.” She said Trump had missed the president’s original call as Trump was speaking to supporters in New York, then called him back after leaving the stage.

Like Clinton and other Democrats, Obama didn’t appear to see Trump’s victory coming. As he campaigned vigorously for Clinton in the race’s final days, Obama said he was confident that if Americans showed up to vote, they’d choose against electing the billionaire former reality TV star with no formal government experience.

He had also warned supporters in apocalyptic terms that “the fate of the republic” rested on Clinton defeating Trump on Election Day.

Hillary Tied to Bizarre Occult “Spirit Cooking” Ritual

What the media is NOT reporting

US Warns Of Possible Al-Qaeda Terrorist Attack On Monday Targeting NY, Texas And Virginia

“Sources say U.S. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al-Qeada could be planning attacks in three states for Monday.”

In an presidential election campaign that has had virtually every possible surprise, only one thing was missing: a terrorist attack. 

Alas, even that may be on the horizon because as CBS News reported moments ago, the news station has learned about a potential terror threat for the day before the election: “Sources say U.S. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al-Qeada could be planning attacks in three states for Monday.

CBS adds that it is believed New York, Texas and Virginia are all possible targets, though no specific locations are mentioned.

A senior FBI official told CBS News, ““The counterterrorism and homeland security communities remain vigilant and well-postured to defend against attacks here in the United States.  The FBI, working with our federal, state and local counterparts, shares and assesses intelligence on a daily basis and will continue to work closely with law enforcement and intelligence community partners to identify and disrupt any potential threat to public safety.” During holiday seasons and when big events are approaching, intelligence about potential threats always increases.

While CBS tried to moderate the warning by noting that the “sources stress the intelligence is still being assessed and its credibility hasn’t been confirmed, but counterterrorism officials were alerted to the threat out of abundance of caution”, such a threat may lead to a depressed turnout in these three states and potentially impact the outcome of the presidential election.

 

Navy Officer Tells Alaskans: Prepare For War

Anonymous official suggests Russia preparing invasion in response to US strikes

An unnamed former Navy official has warned the residents of Alaska to prepare for an invasion in the event of war between the U.S. and Russia.

The Daily Star has reported that a former high-ranking Naval official has evidence to suggest Russia is preparing to invade Alaska if war breaks out between the United States and Russia.

“We are the verge of being invaded from Alaska all the way down into Canada and eventually the Northwest,” he said.

The invasion, according to the Naval official, will begin via submarine incursion near the city of Wasilla, approximately 43 miles northeast of Anchorage.

Wasilla is located along the coast of the Knik Arm, a body of water that branches into the Cook Inlet, which flows west into the Gulf of Alaska.

“Our feeling in the Navy was that Obama had turned Alaska into a defenseless area that will serve as a forward base of operations when World War III begins,” the unnamed official suggested.

Russians disguised as “highway road crews” are allegedly already in Alaska preparing to serve in an asymmetrical role during a full-scale invasion. The crews are set to “disrupt communications and seize vital bridges” when war begins.

Another anonymous source claimed Russians in “civilian clothing” have been seen moving into abandoned motels and military bases.

To describe the Alaskan coast around Wasilla as “undefended” is not entirely accurate, however; Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, site of Alaska Command, NORAD Alaska, the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division and the 11th Air Force, is located in Anchorage.

Clear Air Force Station, which houses a radar station designed to detect ICBMs and submarine-launched ballistic missiles, and Eareckson Air Station, which houses the Cobra-Dane radar system, are also located in Alaska.

As tensions with the United States continue to rise over competing interests in Syria and threatening language from American military officials, Russia has begun taking steps to build up its military capabilities in the sparsely populated Far East region of the country to counter American military forces in Alaska.

Russia recently announced plans to position a new coastal defense military division along its eastern coast by 2018, with some troops expected to be stationed approximately 50 miles from Alaska.

Deployment of the Iskander M, a mobile missile system capable of targeting aircraft and launching nuclear-armed missiles at targets up to 300 miles away, would drastically limit America’s ability to deploy F-22 Raptors from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in response to long range patrols by nuclear capable Tu-160 Blackjack and Tu-95 Bear bombers recently ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

 

 

Former Clinton Chef: Hillary Scrawled Hand Written Notes Calling Black People N***ers

Tracey Martin details shocking accusations ignored by mainstream media

A former traveling chef for Bill and Hillary Clinton says that Hillary used to scrawl hand-written notes that referred to black people as “n***ers”.

Tracey Martin, who worked for the Clintons during their first administration, has overseen culinary events for numerous world leaders, including Margaret Thatcher, Helmut Kohl and President and Mrs. George H. W. Bush.

In an interview with Alex Jones, Martin expanded on claims he first made during an interview with WBEN 930 radio host Tom Bauerle, specifically that Hillary Clinton angrily called a black servant the n-word when he made a mistake during a function at the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center in Washington DC when Clinton was hosting with Bernadette Chirac, the wife of the former French President Jacques Chirac.

“It was just Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Chirac and myself in the same room and one of the people brought in something and it did not please her and she used the n-word very openly,” said Martin, adding that it was a “general pattern” and “very common” for Hillary to use the racial slur.

Martin provided more detail, adding, “We had somebody bring in something – I think it was tea sandwiches or whatever and it wasn’t exactly what she wanted – so she tells me to tell that n-word to please leave and get what she wants.”

In addition, Martin asserts that Hillary would scrawl hand-written notes that contained racial slurs.

“A lot of times because they have so many handlers….they just scratch things down on paper because you need to be quiet, there’s a lot of people around,” said Martin, adding that the notes would consist of lines like, “Tell that n-word that I don’t need them, or she could say ‘that bitch over there’ or whatever.”

Martin also revealed that Hillary was so self-entitled that she would often refer to her staff as “the small people” and was also demeaning towards Hispanics, making fun of their accents.

Martin noted how Hillary would appear grateful to back of the house staff – but only when the cameras were around – and would immediately revert back to her spiteful personality when there was no media present.

“They’re really terrible people,” he asserted, noting how Hillary constantly had a “condescending attitude”.

Martin said he felt obligated to go public having “sat silent for so long”. He is not promoting a book and has no way of profiting from going public.

Martin’s accusations have been completely ignored by the mainstream media despite carrying exactly the same weight as the accusations made by women who claim Donald Trump sexually assaulted them.

While Trump’s accusers have been afforded wall to wall media coverage, Martin has received precisely zero press attention, despite his claims being arguably more damaging.

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