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A U.S official has said that the U.S Navy strike group will be moving to the western Pacific Ocean near the Korean peninsula in a show of force, because of recent North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un missiles weapon program.

The strike group called the  Carl Vinson, will make its way from Singapore toward the Korean peninsula. The Carl Vinson includes an aircraft carrier. In a statement by U.S Navy, the Carl Vinson will be heading North, but its destination is yet to be specified, and will operate in the Western Pacific instead of its previously planned port visits to Australia.


President Donald Trump had recently met with the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, where he asked the Chinese leader to do more to curb the excesses of Kim Jong-Un, and to stop the firing of missiles, which is dangerous to its surround neighbour and allies.

The National security adviser to Donald Trump had given him different options for North Korea, and this includes military and economic sanctions. Also, the option of pre-emptive strike on North Korea is not off the table.


Twitter has sued the US government in a lawsuit on Thursday after it received a request from US officials to to reveal people behind an anti-Trump Twitter account. The lawsuit was filed in San Francisco, where Twitter is based.

The anonymous account was set up after President Trump's inauguration, tweeting news happening inside the White house. The account leaked how dozens of US government agencies opposed to the Trump's administration on climate change amidst other issues.


According to Twitter, the  account, @ALT_uscisis known to "express public criticism of the department and the current administration," and it's in lawsuit also added byTwitter, 

"may not compel Twitter to disclose information regarding the real identities of these users without first demonstrating that some criminal or civil offense has been committed, that unmasking the users' identity is the least restrictive means for investigating that offense, that the demand for this information is not motivated by a desire to suppress free speech, and that the interests of pursuing that investigation outweigh the important First Amendment rights of Twitter and its users."

Twitter users are also protected by the first amendment right, and in his lawsuit, Twitter wrote;

The rights of free speech afforded Twitter's users and Twitter itself under the First Amendment of the US Constitution include a right to disseminate such anonymous or pseudonymous political speech.

See Twitter lawusit against the US government.


The US launched dozen of missile strikes on Syria airbase on Thursday night after the US accused the Assad government of using a chemical attack on civilians, that killed more than 100 people.

Two US warship,  USS Ross and the USS Porter located in the Mediterranean Sea, launched 59 missiles at the Shayrat Airfield in Homs province in western Syria, the airfield supposedly used by the Syrian government to drop the chemical payload on its own citizen.


The Pentagon said that people were not targeted, and just the airbase, though no casualties has been reported. Aircraft and infrastructure were hit, including runway and gas fuel pump.


While speaking on the missile strike, President Trump in his Florida Mar-a-Lago family compound in Palm beach said;

Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women and children,It is in this vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons.

Two dozen members of congress were also said to have been briefed on the strike. Vice President Pence, who also had gone home on Thursday for dinner came back to the situation room to monitor the event.

The Syrian government while speaking on the strike, sees it  "as American aggression," while the biggest rebel group,  Ahrar Al Sham said it "welcomes any U.S. intervention through surgical strikes that would deter the Assad regime capabilities to kill civilians and shorten the suffering of our people."

See video of the strike;



Former Trump National Security Adviser, General Michael Flynn has offered to testify before the FBI and congressional committee investigating Trump-Russia inquiry in exchange for immunity.


The former NatSec through his lawyer, Robert Kelner said that he had a story to tell, but he wants immunity assurances before telling his story. In a statement by Robert, he wrote;

General Flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit. No reasonable person, who has the benefit of advice from counsel, would submit to questioning in such a highly politicized, witch hunt environment without assurances against unfair prosecution.

Michel Flynn was paid $68,000 in expenses by Russia linked companies in 2015.


Candace Marie Claiborne, 60, US diplomat allegedly charged with taking thousands of dollars in cash and gifts from Chinese intelligence officials have been charged for lying to investigators about her contact.

The Department of Justice said that Candace knew the money that was given to her by the men was for trading US secrets, because the men were security officials of the Chinese government. She took cash given to her and a new iPhone, and also shared some of the loot with an unidentified man she stayed with in Beijing and Shanghai.


The Chinese agents also paid her fashion school tuition, sewing machine, apartment rent, vacations and other needs she demanded from the men.

In a statement by Acting Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord;

Candace Marie Claiborne is a US State Department employee who possesses a Top Secret security clearance and allegedly failed to report her contacts with Chinese foreign intelligence agents who provided her with thousands of dollars of gifts and benefits.

Claiborne used her position and her access to sensitive diplomatic data for personal profit.

Candace has been working for the department since 1999, and in recent times had financial problems. She was arrested on Wednesday, and pleaded not guilty in her first court appearance on Wednesday.

The case has been announced just days before the US President Donald Trump will meet with the Chinese President Xi Jinping in Florida next week.


While the Donald Trump administration sees staying the Paris Climate change as wasting of US funds, and had signed an executive order to withdraw US from the climate change agreement, Exxon’s manager for environmental policy,Peter Trelenberg is advising the US president not to leave the agreement.


Exxonmobil believes that the agreement would reduce climate change and give a boost to natural gas production. In a letter sent to Donald Trump, Peter in his letter said the agreement signed in 2016 by former president Barack Obama is “an effective framework for addressing the risks of climate change. It is prudent that the United States remain a party to the Paris agreement to ensure a level playing field, so that global energy markets remain as free and competitive as possible."

Former Exxon Chairman, and the secretary of state in the Trump's administration, Rex Tillerson is also advocating for President Donald Trump to stay in the agreement, as it will also help the US diplomatically.

Investigators are currently looking into Exxon for hiding information on climate change, and hiding the information on Global warming. The company is alleged of misleading the public about the effects of climate change, and its supposed effect global warming has on sea levels.



President Donald Trump is not going to be having a great weekend after one of his biggest campaign promises, "Repeal and Replace" Obamacare fails to see the inside of the Republican-run Congress.

Trump and his cabinet have been trying to rally support from congress members to help repeal the ACA, which was also one of former President Barack Obama legacy, but Trump faced a major revolt from conservatives and moderates in their ranks, who believes the new AHCA plan proposal is just like the ACA.


Donald Trump and the Republicans congress have all been talking about the repealing and replacing Obamacare, and had the plan for 7 years after it was passed into law. The major talking point at every Donald Trump campaign among his cheering supporters is repealing and replacing Obamacare, but the problem for the Trump presidency is that this type of announcement sounds great during the campaign, but hard to pull off in the real world.

The recent debacle by the Republicans also shows a division between the party, even though they have both houses, and also have a Republican president. Donald Trump was later forced to pull the bill after people from his party won't support the new bill.

Speaking after the failure of Trumpcare, Speaker Ryan said in his news conference;

We came really close today, but we came up short. I will not sugarcoat this: This is a disappointing day for us. Doing big things is hard.

The lost of the bill was another big blow to the Donald Trump presidency, but this time, just like everything else puts the blame on the Democrats.

When the man that wrote the "Art of the deal" couldn't close the deal, and as he promised that himself and voters will keep winning at different things, and they will be tired of winning, Donald Trump seems to be loosing, and hopefully bounce back.

Some of his other losses include the Popular vote, which he claimed people voted illegally. He also said his phone was wiretapped before the November 8th election, but FBI director, James Comey in his hearing with the congress debunked the claim.

Also, his two travel bans have also been recently nullified by the judiciary system.

The Republicans and White house are now moving to a new plan, Tax Reform, which we await, and hopefully Donald Trump score a win since his Jan. 20th Inauguration.


King Kunta, Kendrick Lamar is back on Heart IV after dropping "Part 3" nearly five years ago, and he seems to have throw shots at both Big Sean and Drake.


Kendrick Lamar rapped;

   The five-foot giant woke up out of his sleep, ni**a, Donald Trump is a chump, know how we feel punk

Then went for Drake and Big Sean like this;

My fans can’t wait for me to son your punk ass and crush your whole little shit,” he raps. “I’ll Big Pun your punk a** you a scared little bitch / Tiptoein’ around my name, you’re lame / When I get at you, homie / Don’t you tell me you was just playin’

There has been a back and forth messages between Big Sean and Drake to Kendrick Lamar, but rapheads believe none of the rappers will like to go that far with Kendrick because of his heavy bars on bars.

Kendrick then let his fans know he will be dropping his album come April 7th, he rapped;

  You know what time it is / Ante up, this is here forever / Y’all got ’til April the 7th to get y’all sh** together.”

Listen to the track here;



Donald Trump in his campaign has talked about how Mexico is known to only send their rapist, drug dealers to the country, and he has since said that his government will be tough on immigration at the US borders, and that is what the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Desoto Police arrested two Latinos.


The video was shared by Robert Espino, after his brother and brother-in-law, Marin Marquez and Eduardo Diaz were taken away from their home recently, leaving behind a sobbing family.

According to the activist site Latino Rebels, Espino lost his brother because of a previous traffic infraction, and went ahead to serve time for his crime. 

According to Robert Espino, who turned on his Facebook live feed to capture the moment, he said;

My brother and brother in law were cuffed and taken away from their families they are not drug dealers, rapist, thieves, not even a traffic ticket.

hey leave behind wives, sons and daughters. This what Donald J. Trump supporters wanted, to see families torn apart because of where you’re born.

This is for you all motherf*ckers that voted for Trump.

Breaking up families and sh*t. DeSoto’s fu*king finest, ain’t got sh*t better to do. Fc*king with families don’t catch real fc*king criminals. You Trump supporters happy? My nine-year-old niece getting her father taken away from her. God knows how long it will be …before he sees his family again.

Diaz was in the process of obtaining his citizenship, and was arrested 20 years ago after a relationship with a 15year old girl, when he was a teenager. Law enforcement, said he was violating his probation, but won't say explain what part of the probation was being violated.

Watch the video here:



A Fox news host, Shep Smith has not been the one to shy away from dealing with the various failures of President Trump, or the Republicans. The recent been when Republican party fails to pass the new "Affordable Healthcare Plan," and repeal the Obama legacy Affordable care act "Obamacare."


Shep said that the Republicans had been screaming for seven years about replacing and repealing Obamacare, and when they had their chances, they failed to do so. 

Donald Trump and member of his administration had gone to meet Republicans to sell the new "Trumpcare" bill on capitol hill, prepared by both the Speaker of the house, Paul Ryan and Donald Trump.

At the end of the campaign, modern conservatives, and  ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus don't find the new "AHCA" appealing, and the Republican leaders announced they are pulling the plug on the AHCA.

Shep Smith was in the middle of his broadcast on Friday when the new AHCA was pulled back, and he had this to say;

The new Republican version is dead. Republicans voted to repeal Obamacare more than 50 times when they didn’t have a president in the White House who would ever sign it. And now that they have a president in the White House who will sign it, they can’t get the one thing they’ve been screaming about for seven years done.

This is an obvious indication that it’s much easier to be the ‘no’ vote than it is to govern.

Watch Shep Smith rips into Republicans and the new AHCA;