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Government media agency targets Russian disinformation and Iranian censorship

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) this week recognized the accomplishments and progress made by U.S. international media. The BBG—the federal agency that oversees all U.S. civilian international media—prioritizes advancing the President’s National Security Strategy, promotes democracy and freedom around the world, and pushes back on state-sponsored disinformation and extremism. CEO and Director John F. Lansing, who was hired by the board in September 2015, ...

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Senior National Security Officials Hold Special Briefing on Russia Sanctions

Senior national security officials held a briefing Thursday morning to update the media on the new sanctions against Russian entities. Some were speaking off the record and only on background so their names are not mentioned and quotes may not be exact. National Security Spokesman Marc Raimondi started the briefing at about 10:05 a.m. EDT. MR. RAIMONDI: Hey, thanks everybody ...

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Treasury issues new sanctions against Russian individuals over 2016 election interference, cyber attacks

President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin

Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated five entities and 19 individuals under the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) as well as Executive Order (E.O.) 13694, “Blocking the Property of Certain Persons Engaging in Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities,” as amended, and codified pursuant to CAATSA. “The Administration is confronting and countering ...

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House Committee: ‘no evidence of collusion’ between Trump campaign and Russia

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The House Intelligence Committee said Monday that they were done interviewing witnesses and had found no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. “We have found no evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians,” the committee said in a statement Monday. A 150-page draft report has been compiled by staff members of the Republicans ...

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The White House Flip Side, March 2, 2018

While we catch the most important stories coming from the White House as they happen, some minor stories and small details fall through the cracks on busy news days. When they do, we pick them up … on the flip side Presidential Itinerary – the details The president and first lady headed to Charlotte, NC to attend former Reverand Billy Graham’s ...

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Russian Mercenaries On US Strikes In Syria: ‘They Beat Our A**** Like We Were Little Pieces Of S***’

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  by Ryan Pickrell The Russian government has downplayed the recent strikes on Russian mercenaries in Syria, however, recordings from fighters on the ground reveal just how hard U.S. forces hit them. “One squadron fucking lost 200 people … right away, another one lost 10 people … and I don’t know about the third squadron but it got torn up pretty ...

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Russian Athlete Stars In Promotional Video Against Doping. Tests Positive For Dope

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  by Gabrielle Okun A Russian Olympic bobsledder was featured in an anti-drug video despite later testing positive for doping, an official told the Associated Press Friday. Russian-bobsledding pilot Nadezhda Sergeeva, 30, tested positive for Trimetazidine despite donning an ‘I Don’t Do Doping’ T-Shirt and starring in a promotional video against using performance-enhancing drugs, according to the New York Post. Sergeeva was ...

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White House: Russia launched most destructive cyber-attack in history

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The White House called out the Russian government on Thursday claiming that they were responsible for a very destructive cyber-attack last year. “In June 2017, the Russian military launched the most destructive and costly cyber-attack in history,” the White House said in a statement. “The attack, dubbed NotPetya, quickly spread worldwide, causing billions of dollars in damage across Europe, Asia, and ...

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This New Russian Law Could Further Restrict American Media in the Region

Vladimir Putin

Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin has signed a law under which foreign media organizations can be classified as “foreign agents.”  Russian officials have indicated that, under this law, even more restrictions may be placed on certain networks, including CNN, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) and Voice of America (VOA), and their services, including the Current Time television and digital network. ...

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Mueller’s subpoena of Trump campaign is a nothing burger

Robert Mueller

According to a Wall Street Journal report, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team issued a subpoena in mid-October to President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign demanding documents from more than a dozen officials in what is clearly a last ditch effort to find … anything. The request cited Russia-related keywords meaning that Mueller wasn’t actually sure what he was after but would ...

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Connections: Paul Manafort

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business associate Richard Gates were indicted Monday for money laundering, tax evasion and several counts of underlying documentation fraud. Connecting the dots is a bit more difficult as Manafort used at least 31 companies to cover the trail of money coming from Ukraine and possibly Russia as it made its way to U.S. ...

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Extra Extra Stop the Presses – A.F. Branco

Extra Extra Stop the Presses - A.F. Branco

The Mainstream media is silent and doesn’t have the same appetite for the real Russia collusion story, the sale of Uranium One, that involves Hillary Clinton. Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2017. A.F.Branco 2018 Calendar is here!!! <—- Order Here!

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Hillary paid for fake dossier, involved with sale of uranium to Russia

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“The hoax has been reversed. This is the Watergate of today’s times.”—Donald Trump “After all this is settled the people will forget all about Watergate “– Sebastian Gorka, former advisor to Trump. On the heels of an explosive report alleging that the Hillary Clinton campaign helped pay for that infamous Trump-Russia dossier, known in some circles as the “golden showers ...

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