MS-13 Targeting Pro-Trump Hispanics

Violent gang wants open borders

Wayne Madsen Reports has learned from Hispanic California delegates pledge to Donald Trump that many of them are avoiding giving television interviews because they are afraid that members of the violent El Salvadorean gang, MS-13, will identify them and target their families and property in California during their absence this week.

These delegates have flatly refused to be interviewed, although some have been seen on television within the California floor delegation waving Trump signs.

The Trump delegates said that, like themselves, some Hispanic Republicans and others in California are refusing to publicly indicate their preference for Trump because of the threat of violence from MS-13.

The threats by MS-13 will only add to the debate over illegal immigration into the United States, an issue that has been one of Trump’s “red meat” concerns during the campaign.

Although it was California Trump delegates who were fearful of reprisals from MS-13, the gang also has strong roots in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, Boston, New Jersey, and Houston. Trump’s strong law and order message is apparently more popular among Hispanic voters, as a bloc, than current polling indicates. However, because of threats by MS-13 many likely Hispanic voters are hesistant to make their choice on November 8th known to pollsters or journalists.

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#NeverTrump Delegates Attempt To Stall RNC

Details on plan to stop Trump from inside the RNC

A Trump delegate from Texas explains how Anti-Trump delegates have made an attempt to stall the RNC.

California Delegate Reveals How #NeverTrump Failed

Infowars reporter Rob Dew talks to a California Delegate about how the #NeverTrump movement has failed and Trump will win the nomination.

UCLA Shooting: Another Gun Free Zone

Victim disarmament policy claims more lives

At least two people were killed during a shooting on UCLA campus today in yet another victim disarmament gun free zone.

“A UCLA police spokesperson said officers responded to an engineering lab and asked students to go to a secure location after the campus-wide alert system issued a notification,” reports NBC News.

At time of press, the gunman is still on the loose and has not been apprehended.

According to California state law, gun ownership is strictly regulated on the campus of UCLA.

Under Penal Code 626.9 PC, known as California’s Gun-Free School Zone Act, which was enacted in 1995, students are prohibited from carrying a gun within 1,000 feet of school grounds.

UCLA’s own campus policy also, “Prohibits the transportation and possession of firearms and other dangerous weapons on the grounds of UCLA campus, off-campus buildings owned or operated by the University, areas adjacent to University Property or to activities of or programs conducted by the University, whether on or off University Property.”

In October last year, California Gov. Jerry Brown also signed into law SB707, which banned students from carrying concealed weapons on school grounds and college campuses.

Of course, criminals don’t tend to obey laws, so the only impact of such measures is to disarm potential victims.

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San Bernardino Shooting: What They’re NOT Telling You

The left’s fake narrative implodes

Special Ops Soldiers Use Rental Trucks to Infiltrate & Occupy California Town

“Nobody suspected a thing”
Special Ops Soldiers Use Rental Trucks to Infiltrate & Occupy California Town

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by Paul Joseph Watson | August 13, 2015


U.S. Special Ops soldiers infiltrated and occupied a town in California using hay trucks and rental trucks, an admission that is sure to stoke concern amongst those wary of Jade Helm, an U.S. Army exercise that began last month amidst a whirlwind of controversy.

The revelation is contained within an article by the Desert Dispatch’s Mike Lamb about U.S. Army exercises taking place throughout the High Desert area near Barstow, CA which began last month.

U.S. Army sfc. Ryan Sabin, with the 10th Special Forces Group, related to Lamb and other journalists that the exercises would include “two or three soldiers blending in with people inside a restaurant.”

However, Sabin also revealed that preparation for the exercises had already been undertaken in the form of special forces soldiers infiltrating the town of Barstow, with nobody suspecting a thing.

The journalists were shown a Ryder rental truck full of furniture and a hay truck that looked normal from the outside but had been retrofitted on the inside. According to a Green Beret stood near the trucks, it was “mission accomplished,” special forces had used a number of the vehicles to surreptitiously occupy the town.

“I couldn’t count how many hay trucks,” the soldier said. “Everybody was either moving in or moving away. Nobody can suspect that (rental moving trucks).”

“He said the special operation soldiers drove down Barstow streets. And as far as he knows, nobody suspected a thing,” writes Lamb, with the soldier adding that the infiltration was “very successful….we did everything we wanted to do.”

The soldiers subsequently took part in a “joint forcible entry operation training exercise at Fort Irwin National Training Center” that was dubbed ‘Operation Dragon Spear’.

“Even us reporters have a duty. And write we will, but now we’ll be just a little suspicious of rental moving trucks and hay trucks,” concludes Lamb.

The thought of special ops soldiers infiltrating and occupying an entire town with no one even noticing is sure to cause consternation amongst opponents of Jade Helm 15, an exercise currently taking place across the country which involves soldiers operating “undetected amongst civilian populations,” to see if they can infiltrate without being noticed.

Lamb refuses to say whether the “infiltration” or the subsequent exercises were part of Jade Helm, only that such such speculation will “sound off alarms among the….conspiracy followers,” although it seems to be incredibly likely that the drill was part of the nationwide exercise which ends next month.

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CALIFORNIA DROUGHT: Thousands Without Running Water

Angelica Gallegos of Porterville, Calif. Image source: NYTimes

East Porterville, California, has become the first community in the nation to lose something most Americans take for granted – running water. Wells at around 1,000 of the 1,200 homes in the Central Valley community have gone dry because of the ongoing mega-drought in the Golden State.

“Water, water, water, water. I never thought about it before. Now I don’t think about anything else,” East Porterville resident Paula Garcia told The Washington Post.

Garcia has to fill her toilet with a bucket, eat off of paper plates, wash her hands with hand sanitizer and give her children sponge bathes because there is no water in her home.

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It would cost $40,000 to drill a new well, something they can’t afford. To make matters worse, she and her husband, Miguel Gamboa, cannot sell the house because of the situation.

“Who’s going to buy a house without water?” Gamboa asked.

5,433 People without Running Water

Gamboa and Garcia are far from alone; an estimated 5,433 people in Tulare County where East Porterville is located lack running water, according to Mother Jones. Around 1,006 homes in the county are now receiving free bottled deliveries from the county government. A large body of water, ironically called Lake Success, is five miles away, but it is running low, too.

CBS Sacramento predicts the drought could “wipe entire towns off of the map” if it does not end soon.

“Some folks there [are] living in Third World conditions,” reporter Nick James of CBS Sacramento said of East Porterville, which he described as California’s ground zero for the drought.

Some East Porterville residents have been receiving bottled water deliveries for a year as the situation has gotten worse. Last year Off Grid News reported that 960 residents were receiving bottled water and 300 homes were impacted. Now, around 1,000 homes — most of the community — have no water.

“It’s dire, it’s dire here, it’s dire straits,” resident Antonio Alvarez told CBS Sacramento.

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The water table has fallen and there is no public water system in the community. Most of the homes had wells 25 to 30 feet deep, which was adequate until the mega-drought struck. Farmers are pumping the aquifer dry to irrigate their crops.

One Half Gallon a Day

Each resident is allocated one-half gallon of drinking water a day from bottled water delivered every two weeks. Tulare County has also set up three large tanks of non-potable water that people cannot drink. Residents can use that water for taking showers, flushing toilets, running the washing machine and doing the dishes.

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Many residents now bathe in portable sinks and showers that have been set up in front of a local church. Even families that have washing machines now have to use the local laundromat.

Another facet of life that most Americans take for granted has also disappeared from East Porterville: lawns and gardens. Gamboa let his lawn die and pulled up his flower bed. The family’s dream of growing their own food died, too. Before the drought, Gamboa and Garcia had plans to grow flowers, peach trees, watermelons, plums and avocados on their property. Now, they grow dust.

Economic Devastation

The drought has devastated the Central Valley, with 15,000 jobs and $2 billion in revenue vanishing, The Post said.

Jobs are so scarce in the town that many families rely on free food handed out by a local church.

Residents are worried that many of the farm towns in the Central Valley could soon become ghost towns, as residents simply pack up and leave.

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Drug Companies Donated Millions to California Lawmakers Prior to Forced Vaccination Bill

Should we not have the right to choose?
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Posted on June 21, 2015

One in 50 children are now autistic. No, you didn’t read that wrong. Despite the fact that a CDC whistleblower recently came forward admitting that the government agency obfuscated evidence linking vaccines to autistic behavior, California lawmakers passed a mandatory vaccine bill (SB277) which removes parental exemptions – making it so parents couldn’t refuse or delay vaccines. Even more damning evidence has surfaced proving that Big Pharma had their hands in the creation of the bill.

The Sacramento Bee is reporting that State lawmakers behind bill SB277 have ties to the makers of vaccines. Pharmaceutical companies and their trade groups gave current members of the Legislature more than $2 million. Nine of the top 20 recipients of these funds are either members of the Senate health committee, or leaders who could influence the outcome of the bill, as well as push it through to law.

One senator, in particular, is also a doctor, Richard Pan, who received more than $95,000 in campaign cash. He also just happens to be the man who wrote the bill.

As if that weren’t bad enough, Big Pharma also donated more than $500,000 to outside campaign spending groups that helped some of these top nine individuals be elected to their current legislative positions.

Furthermore, pharmaceutical companies contributed nearly $3 million in additional cash to the 2013-2014 legislative session lobbying, among these representatives, the state pharmacists’ board, and other agencies – who could also sway the outcome of SB277 – for mandatory vaccines.

Dr. or Senator Pan, whichever title you choose, is an ‘industry insider’ with far-reaching influence. He has been a teaching faculty member at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, and served many organizations which determine medical funding.

While he has flip-flopped on the vaccine issue in the past, previously introducing a bill which would have required parents to get their doctor’s approval to refuse a vaccine for their child, he recently said that the Disney measles episode, argued by some to be a false flag, was reason enough to promote forced vaccinations ‘for public health.’

Read: California Lawmakers Voice Resounding ‘NO’ to Forced Vaccines

Thousands of people are now calling for the resignation of Dr. Pan for obvious conflict of interest, and a recall of the bill which caused massive protests in California before legislators voted it into law.

A petition has also been started with the same intent:

“We call on California State Senator, Dr. Richard Pan to resign from his position due to his vested interests in profiting from Merck, GlaxoSmithKline and literally dozens of pharmaceutical companies, and the conflict of interest this causes.” (Change.org)

Massive Protests in California Against SB277

The petition was already delivered on June 9th, and had gained 9000 signatures in just days of its posting. A Voice for Choice stated:

“To the Honorable Governor and Legislature of the State of California,

We, the undersigned people of California, are writing in regards to the unquestionably unconstitutional Senate Bills 277 and 792, and Assembly Bill 1117. It shocks the conscience to consider that there are Senators and Assembly Members who deem it within their province to utterly annihilate fundamental rights that all of the members of the California Legislature swore to uphold.

A vote in contravention of the knowledge that SB 277, SB 792, and AB 1117 are clearly incomprehensible under both the United States and California constitutional laws, and in cognizance of the fact that despite the fact that vaccines cause demonstrable injuries, and yet under California laws, doctors and manufacturers remain completely immune from liability, is an attestation to the fact that you are mandating a medical procedure for all children, as well as for adults working as preschool and child care workers, without even a glimmer of choice. If you feel comfortable making that decision, knowing full well the potential ramifications of such a vote, then we see no reason why you would not agree to be held personally responsible, both morally and financially, should any subsequent vaccine injuries or deaths occur. We are strongly opposed to SB 277, SB 792, and AB 1117 and demand that you vote against these bills.

America is a Constitutional Republic and the Supreme Law of this Republic guarantees under Article IV, Section 4, a republican form of government for every state.

In the best interests of the People, businesses and industries of California, and to protect them from economic devastation and bodily harm, the government of California will vote “No” on SB277, SB792, and AB1117. These bills violate the U.S. Constitution, in particular, the 1st, 5th, and 14th Amendments; and the California Constitution, in particular, Article 9; as well as the California Education Code, by which all children are to be afforded a free public education. There is no compelling state interest to deny children in California the right to a public education. And according to the California Department of Public Health, “[v]accination coverage in California is at or near all-time high levels.”

The document continues to outline how California legislators are going against Constitutional law. You can read it in its entirety here: AVoiceforChoice.org/petition/

Related: $15,000 Tax Penalty Enforced for Not Vaccinating

A press conference in Berkeley, California will also be held on Monday, June 22 at 11:00 a.m. to address “the unconstitutional aspects of SB 277 as well as informing about the Consumer Protection Amendment in English, Spanish, and Russian.” Details here.

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California Has Never Experienced A Water Crisis Of This Magnitude – And The Worst Is Yet To Come

Things have never been this dry for this long in the recorded history of the state of California, and this has created an unprecedented water crisis
California Has Never Experienced A Water Crisis Of This Magnitude – And The Worst Is Yet To Come

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by Michael Snyder | End Of The American Dream | June 18, 2015


Things have never been this dry for this long in the recorded history of the state of California, and this has created an unprecedented water crisis.  At this point, 1,900 wells have already gone completely dry in California, and some communities are not receiving any more water at all.  As you read this article, 100 percent of the state is in some stage of drought, and there has been so little precipitation this year that some young children have never actually seen rain.  This is already the worst multi-year drought in the history of the state of California, but this may only be just the beginning.  Scientists tell us that the amount of rain that California received during the 20th century was highly unusual.  In fact, they tell us that it was the wettest century for the state in at least 1000 years.  Now that things are returning to “normal”, the state is completely and total unprepared for it.  California has never experienced a water crisis of this magnitude, and other states in the western half of the nation are starting to really suffer as well.  In the end, we could very well be headed for the worst water crisis this country has ever seen.

When I said that some communities in California are not receiving any more water, I was not exaggerating.  Just consider the following excerpt from one recent news report

The community of Mountain House is days away from having no water at all after the state cut off its only water source.

Anthony Gordon saves drinking water just in case, even though he never thought it would come to this.

“My wife thinks I’m nuts. I have like 500 gallons of drinking water stored in my home,” he said.

The upscale community of Mountain House, west of Tracy, is days away from having no water. It’s not just about lawns—there may not be a drop for the 15,000 residents to drink.

So what are those people going to do?

And what is this going to do to the property values in that area?

Who in the world is going to want to buy a home that does not have running water coming to it?

Other communities throughout the state are pumping groundwater like crazy in a desperate attempt to continue with business as usual.  In fact, it is being projected that groundwater will account for almost all water used in the entire state by the end of this year

Underground aquifers supply 35 percent of the water used by humans worldwide. Demand is even greater in times of drought. Rain-starved California is currently tapping aquifers for 60 percent of its water use as its rivers and above-ground reservoirs dry up, a steep increase from the usual 40 percent. Some expect water from aquifers will account for virtually every drop of the state’s fresh water supply by year end.

But of course this creates a huge problem.  When the groundwater is gone, it is gone for good.  Those aquifers took centuries to fill up, and now they are being drained at a staggering rate.  In some parts of the state, aquifers are being drained so fast that it is causing thousands of square miles of land to sink

Californians have been draining water so rapidly from underground aquifers that tens of thousands of square miles of land reportedly are sinking — so drastically that the shifting surface is starting to destroy bridges and crack highways across the state, according to a recent report by the Center for Investigative Reporting.

So what is the solution?

Some of my readers have suggested that desalination is the answer.  But the truth is that desalination is very expensive and it is really bad for the environment.  The following comes from a recent Natural News article

For those who are saying, “There’s no water problem in California! It has the entire Pacific Ocean right next door!”, you need to look into the catastrophic environmental destruction tied to ocean water desalination.

Not only does desalination use fossil fuels which emit the very same carbon emissions that the California government insists caused the drought in the first place, the desalination process itself pollutes the ocean with high concentration salt brine that kills marine ecosystems and destroys ocean life along the California coastline.

And that’s on top of all the Fukushima radiation that’s already causing a marine ecosystem collapse in many areas of the coast. Add more salt brine to the mix and you get a state where rich, self-entitled Hollywood celebrities demand their lush, green lawns at the expense of ocean life, climate change and the global ecosystem. If that happens, California will lose all credibility as a “green” state, and its wealthiest residents will be living an ecological lie.

Others have suggested that California can solve their water problems using “toilet to tap” technology

Potable water reuse – or converting sewage effluent to heavily-treated, purified drinking water – is receiving renewed attention in California in the midst of the state’s four-year drought.

According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, “California water managers and environmentalists” are pushing the idea of recycled sewage water. Yet past efforts in the state to employ similar systems have stalled, as opponents have dubbed the concept “toilet to tap.”

How would you feel about that?

Would you be willing to have your family drink water that came from the toilets of your neighbors?

I don’t think that I could do that.

But something has to be done.  It is not just the state of California that is experiencing a major water crisis.  All over the world, underground aquifers are being drained rapidly.  In fact, according to the Washington Post, 21 out of the 37 largest aquifers in the world “have passed their sustainability tipping points”…

The world’s largest underground aquifers – a source of fresh water for hundreds of millions of people — are being depleted at alarming rates, according to new NASA satellite data that provides the most detailed picture yet of vital water reserves hidden under the Earth’s surface.

Twenty-one of the world’s 37 largest aquifers — in locations from India and China to the United States and France — have passed their sustainability tipping points, meaning more water was removed than replaced during the decade-long study period, researchers announced Tuesday. Thirteen aquifers declined at rates that put them into the most troubled category. The researchers said this indicated a long-term problem that’s likely to worsen as reliance on aquifers grows.

Sadly, this is just the beginning.  There is a reason why experts refer to fresh water as “the new oil”.  Without fresh water, none of us can survive.  But we are very quickly getting to the point where there simply won’t be enough of it for everyone on the planet.

As for the state of California, it was once a desert and now it is turning back into a desert.  As I mentioned earlier, the 20th century was the wettest century that part of North America had seen in at least 1000 years.  During that time, we built enormous cities all over the Southwest that currently support millions upon millions of people.  But now we are learning that those cities are not sustainable.

So what should be done?  Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

JADE HELM 15 Has Already Begun (HELM – Homeland Eradication of Local Militants)

Training likely linked to Jade Helm begins in other states
JADE HELM 15 Has Already Begun

by Jon Bowne | Infowars.com | June 5, 2015


Jade Helm 15 appears to be underway.

Urban drills are to begin in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Mi­ssissippi, Florida and Louisiana from July 15 through September 15, 2015, according to U.S. Army Special Operations Command.

J – Joint
A – Assistant for
D – Development and
E – Execution

H – Homeland
E – Eradication of
L – Local
M – Militants

15 – 2015

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