The censorship must end.
After Trump offered three months ago to give one million dollars to the charity of Elizabeth Warren's choice if she took a DNA test, the results were finally published.
It turns out, Warren was not even close to her claims, which led to a day of some of the funniest headlines and tweets. As reported from Boston globe, it was actually 1,204.
Twitter responded hilariously with some classics of their own:
On top of Twitter hilarity, Cherokee Nation responded with a statement saying the stunt was undermining tribal interests with her continued claims.
If Elizabeth Warren was using the stunt to show boldness and use a DNA test to be the start of a presidential campaign for 2020, well it seems it may have backfired faster than Cory Booker's Spartacus stunt during Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.
Even among all of this, the DNA test unarguably proves that Elizabeth Warren is whiter than most Americans, as the average European American has some native heritage.
Senator Orrin Hatch even got in on the fun with his own tweet:
Lindsey Graham piled on as well, and pledged he would do a DNA test and see if he has a higher percentage of native roots than Warren.
In the end, the reality that Trump trolled Elizabeth Warren into owning herself over the whole debacle, is proof that the man who wrote the Art of the Deal, is still in charge.
Written By FULCRUM Contributor @PinkAboutIt
FULL Segment Below. Watch David Seaman discuss Google loaning its corporate jet to the Clintons multiple times for intercontinental travel. Confirmed by the WikiLeaks.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — FULCRUM's Tuesday October Surprise 1 of 3: Skip ahead to about 20 minutes into today's DC show. Ready for a biggie? Former Google chairman Eric Schmidt LOANED THE GOOGLE JET TO BILL CLINTON BY OFFERING IT TO JOHN PODESTA? AS PER WIKILEAKS...
"FYI. They are donating the Google plane for the Africa trip"
Didn't quite catch that? Here's an instant replay:
"FYI. They are donating the Google plane for the Africa trip"
Donating. The. Google. Plane.
The. Google. Plane.
A public company, the crown jewel of the US tech sector by market cap at the moment aside from Apple, and they were loaning the Clintons their company jet for Clinton sicko trips to Africa.
Ever since the election of Donald Trump, it's no secret that there has been a barrage of political stunts aimed at trying to undermine the results of Trump's presidency.
But, have the Democrats gone too far this time?
First, trying to block tax cuts was a predictable move that everyone understood. Blocking the wall being built, of course. Putting illegals ahead of American citizens? Well, it began a massive movement in the wake of that called the #WalkAway campaign, which was begun by Brandon Straka. By then, Americans were beginning to wake up and see the reality of what the Democratic party had reduced themselves to:
Where did it make sense to stand on a hill where illegals were deemed more important than American citizens? Here, in America where children are starving. Where real problems such as drug abuse tears families apart. Realities that people deal with every day, are far from the democrat policies being focused on. Instead, Democrats choose to exploit people.
When the #metoo movement started, it began as a conversation to open up about the struggles women faced as victims of sexual abuse or rape in the wake of Harvey Weinstein's exposure as a sexual predator. I believe that the movement, which began as a form of opening up conversation for women who survived these attacks, got hijacked and exploited as a political weapon. The Democrats saw an opportunity to exploit a movement for political optics and a desperate attempt to hold onto power.
And that's where we are with Brett Kavanaugh and the massive circus that ensued to block a confirmation. All to save a SCOTUS seat in the hopes of maintaining power. REAL victims, who not only survived the worst part of their lives, get hurt all over again by the political character assassination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Did this stunt work out the way the Democrats intended? Or are they headed for electoral extinction? The real world is so much different than online media.
While in a coffee shop, I overheard a group of people talking about the Kavanaugh hearings.
"I don't believe Dr. Ford"
"I'm disappointed that we wasted a hearing and destroyed a man's family off allegations" another woman commented.
Another woman, "What about being innocent until proven guilty? Are we supposed to believe women don't lie? What about our sons or our husbands? It could happen to anyone."
These are the real conversations happening around America. People from all walks of life, are engaging in open conversations. An unintended side effect of the entire sham circus, is that for the first time since the election of Donald Trump, people are opening up in earnest conversations.
Twitter also had many people commenting they were done with the Democrats after this week.
It is clear that the political stunt angered many people, from all walks of life. Minorities, real victims, and even liberals.
Will this stunt cost the Democrats the midterms?
As Brett Kavanaugh stated in his testimony, "You sowed the wind for decades, and i fear the whole country will reap the whirlwinds."
The midterms will certainly speak of historical significance as November inches closer. Perhaps even, a birth of a new revolution that brings the country back from the edge of political divide- a Democrats worst nightmare.
Written By FULCRUM Contributor @PinkAboutIt
Yet another platform is too weak to allow Pizzagate and WikiLeaks discussion ahead of US midterms. Discuss it anyway. We aren’t backing down and this is un-American censorship, period.
Some updates from David Seaman — Bitcoin ads to be allowed back on Google, Pizzagate updates, more censorship ahead of US midterms, and much more to discuss!
A couple of you have reached out to us and asked, can we take small clips of you to use in order to mock Pizzagate and your career? And the answer is no, you don’t have my permission, nor my blessing, not even a little of it.
A handful of these YouTubers are also making videos, in mockery and in jest, of Alex Jones in the wake of his banning from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
These YouTubers do not have my blessing, because what they are doing is dishonorable and shameful. It is not as if Alex Jones and myself and many others who have been silenced and scrubbed from the Internet had some kind of choice. We didn’t choose to retire and ride off into the sunset.
No, we were silenced. Unconstitutionally. Without notice. Without cause. In our own country.
And at least in the case of FULCRUM, our media startup based in Washington, DC, the slowdown from having my personal YouTube account banned and then our company YouTube account banned, and the ways in which Google has ranked Fake News hitpieces on me above all other search results, has had an impact on our ability to grow.
So no, I don’t find that hilarious. I don’t find the destruction of a good man in America like Alex Jones funny, I don’t find the fact that I’m making peanuts and censored in my own country — in my peak earning years and at the height of my popularity — to be funny.
And what we helped break into the mainstream consciousness, Pizzagate, it’s not in the least bit funny — ultra-rich connected Democratic lobbyists raping and harming children. How is that funny? Elitists harming the most vulnerable and innocent among us. How is that hilarious? It’s not. These YouTubers would be better served by amplifying the truth of Pizzagate, instead of mocking men who can’t reply.
Because Pizzagate is entirely real, and this video is nearing 148,000 views on Bitchute alone. It’s not going away, especially not before midterms:
My background is a sound one. I had a well-followed column at Huffington Post and a column at Business Insider before that. I was popular, intellectually disciplined, and often right on big topics — like the rise of Bitcoin, the election of Donald J. Trump, and Ethereum.
Days before the 2016 Presidential election in the US, I happened to be one of the first journalists to do a proper deep dive into John Podesta’s disturbing leaked emails, which were published on WikiLeaks.
Podesta, of course, was Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman during the election, and as Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff was a well known Clinton orbiter in the DC political world prior to that.
The leaked emails showed an inappropriate level of closeness between Podesta personally and leading figures at major newspapers and entertainment television programs, including a personal social relationship of some kind with the very anti-Trump late night broadcaster Stephen Colbert.
Besides the ethically inappropriate collusion between a Democratic Clinton operative and supposedly independent arbiters of truth in our media, some of the Podesta family email exchanges appeared to show them bragging about torture, and making use of an extensive food-based code language. Pizzagate is called Pizzagate because “pizza” pops up repeatedly throughout the Podesta emails, in a non-literal context that can only be code of some kind.
This word is also known to law enforcement to be used by child traffickers, and serial abusers of children. “Pizza” is believed to be code for very young girl.
Pizzagate has nothing to do with the claim Hillary Clinton slaughters children in the basement of pizza shops in broad daylight—that was MSM-driven Fake News trotted out within days of Pizzagate going viral in leading research communities, we assume to muddy the waters and confuse the public. Shameful.
Now, given how erratic and vicious Hillary has been in the months since the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump, frankly, who knows—maybe she does get off to slaughtering children en masse in DC pizza shops. Nothing about Hillary would surprise us at this point.
But that certainly wasn’t our claim, and it wasn’t the claim as far as I can tell of any other leading Pizzagate proponents, including Alex Jones and his Infowars network.
The simple reality is that the Clintons are monsters; Podestas and other Podesta-like families appear in their social orbit repeatedly, and also appear frequently employed by the Clintons.
The monstrosity of the Clintons and those in their social circle makes you wonder, who would fund such people? And all roads lead back to George Soros and the Rothschild family, as far as who funded the rise of the Clintons and their fake progressive Democratic party iteration.
From FULCRUM Research’s vantage, the Soros and Rothschild family are literally the wealthiest families on the planet, even eclipsing the wealth of little-known Asian and Middle Eastern billionaires we have looked into extensively, for contrast’s sake.
Compared to the Rothschild and Soros clans, all other families are merely mercantile successes. Merely successful merchants, still looking up to a multi-generational banking family that tried to weaken the United States’ financial sovereignty.
George Soros funds Media Matters, which has viciously ripped apart the careers, lives, and reputations of those who continue to research Pizzagate. Media Matters also targets anyone who criticizes the ambitions of the Soros family repeatedly.
The Rothschilds are chief funders of the Reuters and AP news agencies, as well as the listed publishers of The Economist magazine—a leading European financial publication which has been wildly anti-Trump and anti-MAGA at every step of the way. Now you know why.
And now you know why the Rothschilds and old Soros seem to escape much-needed public scrutiny—they own and bully the media through their surrogate organizations.
Must be nice!
But the problem for them is that Pizzagate is not going away, especially not any time before the US midterms, because it is demonstrably real, and the leaked emails are even admissible in court—if and when the Podestas are inevitably prosecuted for their alleged crimes. And those alleged crimes could lead directly back to the Soros and Rothschild families, who own and influence a lot of people, and a lot of things.
Apparently owning that much fiat currency really dements the mind within a couple generations. Thank God for beautiful, Illuminati-free cryptocurrency!
My personal YouTube had more than 11 million views last year in 2017, and this year they banned it and wiped all 505 videos on the channel without warning, some of which were not backed up anywhere else because YouTube was being rude and not letting us download archive versions of our own livestream interviews.
All unkindness is always repaid, that’s karmic law. YouTube, owned by Google, has unexpectedly harmed the lives and livelihoods of millions of law abiding Americans using their platform… simply because we don’t share their zealous, destructive globalist politics.
This year they also banned FULCRUM News’ company YouTube channel, which was devastating. We can no longer upload to Google or YouTube at all, while known Fake News purveyors and anti-Trump personalities who frequently criticize cryptocurrency are hoisted to the top of search results. It is inexcusable, weaponized bias.
Every single time our 8 minute long, legally vetted, rigorously fact-checked, professionally post-edited and produced mini documentary on Pizzagate is uploaded by anyone in the world to YouTube, it is pulled within minutes.
We don’t issue any of these takedown requests, and it’s our own content, wholly. Scary.
Thankfully, a censorship-proof high quality version of it is available to view anytime on Bitchute, click here. (That version has already surpassed 140,000 views, thank you!)
Within hours of Alex Jones bringing up Pizzagate again on his network, he was banned across leading US social media platforms—Facebook, YouTube, and even Twitter axed him within days of the initial banning.
I only had 11 million views last year on YouTube. Alex Jones’ Infowars had garnered billions of views at the time it was banned and deleted.
His multi-million dollar media company, how will that continue?
FULCRUM DC’s honest newsgathering operation, how will that continue?
I don’t have all the answers. I just report the facts. The Podestas are monsters, this cover-up has absolutely failed, and pretty soon the American public is going to demand these degenerates pay for their alleged crimes, and their sloppiness.
If you want my views and the research from my team, we’re still operating, please get the newsletter and podcast. Keeps us funded and it’s the best way around the multi-platform censorship for the time being. Thank you very much.
One more thing, if Pizzagate is fake in any way, why did General Flynn (from his Verified account), tweet the following just days before the 2016 Presidential election:
In the year 2001, the small European nation of Portugal enacted policies to begin the process of decriminalization of recreational drugs. In the seventeen years since drug-related crime rates, STDs, and death-by-drugs, have decreased dramatically and many people are asking why the rest of the EU members (not to mention the US) have not hopped on board the decriminalization train. As of 2012, Portugal’s drug death toll sat at 3 per million, in comparison to the EU average of 17.3 per million. After the example Portugal has set for the rest of the world, in their decades-long experiment, haven’t they already won the war on drugs?
Noted, the US is likely to be the last to fully join, considering our current conservative reign, and the acceptance of change is often rejected. Though I’d like to point out how liberal we have recently become towards the acceptance of cannabis. Many states from Maine to Alaska have legalized marijuana, and even more have decriminalized. Add to this the fact that drug overdoses killed 72,000 Americans (a number that is only increasing), due to unsafe, unregulated injection or usage, you’d think Congress would be all over that sh*t.
Drugs are dangerous, no doubt, to ourselves and to those around us. We have to look at patterns in history when we’re looking to de-escalate these types of crises. Where marijuana was decriminalized and later legalized, it immediately became subject to regulation, with the positive consequence of an increase in quality and safety. Before, if you wanted to get high, there was a possibility of contamination or the drug being laced with a much harder drug. Even further back, with prohibition against alcohol; people were still getting drunk, but it wasn’t safe. Illicit drugs should be regulated by the FDA for safety purposes, but they should be heavily taxed, like alcohol and cigarettes, to keep the sales down.
It’s in our nature to look for an out, a break from reality, if you will. Even monkeys ferment, or at least rot fruit over time to get drunk. The moment you make this illegal, people may push even harder to get their “break”, regardless of what it may take. Not to say any country should ever legalize meth, but the decriminalization of certain drugs may be a big step. Scientists have ranked drugs safest to most dangerous, according to the number of hospital visits, with psilocybin (magic) mushrooms as the safest drug, followed by cannabis. So decriminalizing “safer” drugs might be a good place to start, with the goal of avoiding any possible incidents. And it’s not written in stone, congress can always change their minds if the experiment should fail. Though, with Portugal as our witness, failure is highly unlikely.
Another factor in all of this that we should acknowledge that some people fall into addiction after injury or disease, with their rehabilitation often aided by prescription painkillers/opioids. Say you injure your femur, and your doctor writes you a prescription for Percocet. Several refills later, depending on how long it takes you to heal, and suddenly you’re hooked. The doctor stops writing the prescription but it’s too late. Next thing you know you’re chasing heroin. There needs to be a safer, more regulated way to go about this here in the states.
In 2003, Insite was founded in Vancouver, BC. The site provides a supervised location for injection drug use, being the first in North America. People can bring in any drug they were going to inject anyway, typically heroin, and the on-site staff will supervise in a safe environment. The clinic does not supply any drugs, it’s merely a facility for medical staff to monitor for signs and symptoms of an overdose and to provide addiction therapy. With hundreds of visits a day and approximately 3.6 million visits since it first opened, the staff have reversed 6,440 overdoses, and there has not been one fatality.
Though it isn’t decriminalized, the police won’t raid these facilities due to the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act, exempted by the Canadian government. The city councils of Seattle and San Francisco have been discussing opening their own Insite, being the first in the United States, bringing us one step closer.
Besides the pros of keeping overdoses down, drug decriminalization will aid in solving prison overcrowding (which is a huge and separate issue of criminal justice reform that cannot be adequately addressed here). About half of prison inmates are drug dealers, so the impact of freeing these people would be huge. Drug trafficking, in a “free market”, is about fulfilling a demand, and the moral, ethical, and legal terrain of this issue isn't as cut-and-dried as some legislators pretend. The kids that sold a gram of pot to someone shouldn’t be in the same cage with guys that shank people for fun. Like, c’mon.
Evidently, drug decriminalization is the way to go. Thanks for the example, Portugal.
Written By FULCRUM Contributor Sonya Bernhagen
As Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh began his confirmation hearings, Democrats rolled out all the stops to block his confirmation.
It began with tons of protesters sitting in on the hearing, some even dressed up as handmaids in red.
Protesters disrupted the hearing each day, adding up to over 200 arrests since the hearing began.
A photo of a woman taking money, later got arrested during the hearings for protesting. The photo went viral, bringing into question just how many protesters were paid to be there.
The women dressed in handmaid costumes, were also discovered to be antifa in disguise. Nothing to see here, of course. Just another "organic" protest, courtesy of Soros and company.
You would think the circus would have ended there, but Dianne Feinstein had a few dirty tricks up her sleeve as well.
First, an attempt to make Kavanaugh look bad. While he was surrounded by staff and law enforcement officers protecting him, an unknown male rushed toward Brett in attempt to shake hands. Brett refused of course, assuming the man was a protester. It turned out it was a father of a parkland shooting victim. Conveniently, it was Dianne who invited Fred Guttenberg to the hearing.
Dianne admitted she invited him to the hearing in her own tweet, after some scrutiny arose around the spectacle.
Kavanaugh clarified that he did not know who the man was, assuming he was a protester.
Then, Cory Booker pretended to release classified documents that were already cleared for release by referring to it as his "Spartacus" moment. So brave. Is this a 2020 presidential tryout, or a hearing? No one can tell anymore.
After that spectacle, Dianne suddenly announces she has a letter from a woman alleging an incident in which Kavanaugh had assaulted her during a high school party.
Dianne apparently had the letter for awhile and only conveniently made it public that such a letter existed, just as Kavanaugh began his hearings. Not suspect timing, at all. Or that no one has seen this tactic before, such as when Roy Moore ran and allegations surfaced after 30 years. It smacks of desperation. House majority Whip John Cornyn said it best:
Several women who were classmates and associates of Kavanaugh came forward defending Kavanaugh after Dianne's stunt.
After all this, and the hearings are still going. Kavanaugh confirmation is concise proof of the absolute chaos and desperation the Democrat party is now reduced to. And even after all that, none of it reflects badly on Kavanaugh or Trump. In fact, Democrats are the gift that keeps on giving for Trump.
Written By Fulcrum Contributor @PinkAboutIt
Ah, finally: more proof we are living in the distant future we all dreamed about in high school and college. We are living, after all, 2 years after the date in which 1982 Ridley Scott sci-fi hit Blade Runner was supposed to take place. No androids or replicants, no floating cars for the most part, but boy did we get the Western marijuana legalization wave that thinkers like Terence Mckenna hoped for several decades ago.
Some of the West’s major governments have taken a serious re-look at cannabis sativa, everyone’s favorite psychoactive plant that grew natively in North America and parts of Europe for more than 10,000 years - and was used by humanity extensively during that time - before the hysterical Drug War included it as a target over the last 50 years or so.
A century ago, leading pharmacies in Philadelphia, Cincinnati, San Francisco and other American cities provided potent cannabis sativa tinctures; high dose THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) suspended in alcohol, which is a method of consuming cannabis still popular to this day among medical users.
Today, more US states and territories than ever before have some form of legal cannabis on the books for either medical or recreational use. Furthermore, amazingly, the Trump Administration has quietly been publishing what appears to be pro-cannabis research for scientists and policymakers to review on cancer.gov. One such government report shows just how much of the country has already gone green:
Can’t stop progress. Plus, Canada decided to legalize, a decision that goes into effect for Canadians nationwide next month. Their military members will even be allowed to toke!
In no uncertain terms, Uncle Sam is now saying that cannabis might be very useful in the fight against cancer: “A laboratory study of delta-9-THC in hepatocellular carcinoma (liver cancer) cells showed that it damaged or killed the cancer cells. The same study of delta-9-THC in mouse models of liver cancer showed that it had antitumor effects. Delta-9-THC has been shown to cause these effects by acting on molecules that may also be found in non-small cell lung cancer cells and breast cancer cells.”
Big Business is looking to the mystery leaf also for inspiration, with media reporting Coca-Cola and Aurora Cannabis are in talks to produce a marijuana infused beverage line. Furthermore, Anheuser-Busch heir Adolphus Busch V is reportedly launching his own marijuana business, and feels marijuana (not beer!) will be his business future.
Were we lied to about cannabis by the federal bureaucracy for a generation? That’s pretty much my takeaway after several years of legal recreational use, and some medical use before that. And now the world is waking up to the truth, millions of anecdotal reports of beneficial experiences simply outweigh the media fearmongering, and outweigh decades’ old scientific studies against this plant that may very well have been biased, or not legitimate at all.
Legal marijuana economies in Colorado, California, and elsewhere could soon get a boost, in our view, if the STATES Act - which President Trump reportedly supports - is signed into law. Senators in both parties seem to support de-scheduling cannabis, and the nation’s capitol has surprisingly progressive views on pot in general. Personal use of cannabis has been legal in DC for three years, and it’s hard to go more than a few blocks without smelling the evidence of that excellent policy.
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Still deplatformed from planet Earth and so it goes, yet I'm certainly not lonely. Unbelievably busy in DC, FULCRUM has been. Much change for society, there will be.
Sorry, assuming we still have a few Q faithful among us reading, and y'all seem to like Yoda inversions followed by vague aphorisms. Trust the journey. There you go. Where's FULCRUM's deranged Boomer army to promote our news site for free now 24/7? LOL.
In all seriousness, though, we're proud of the ad-free real news we've published over the last 1 year, 9 months with your generous support. Some of those stories went mildly viral, and may have changed the world in time. Here are just some of our recent hits by traffic:
* that one really seems to have pissed someone off, because our company YouTube was nuked without cause within hours of posting it and discussing it in a video- party on!
So there you go.
Happy to see genius-built Ether and beautiful Bitcoin bounce back as much as they have, that's just not a part of life I worry about because as the public becomes more woke and actually thinks about currency, they'll find handing over all their financial destinies or whatever to a handful of Luciferian money printing families at the central banks just truly doesn't cut it any more. Netflix has arrived. See ya, Blockbuster, enjoy the fall.
Given how traumatized FULCRUM's revenue and traffic has been since the Q boomers began scraping at our startup's reputation like frenzied extras from a Walking Dead episode, we probably cannot and will not continue at this level of production beyond next month. A video news startup located in DC which has been banned from publishing to YouTube, and which is capped severely on Facebook Live, can't be expected to thrive.
A deluge of personal PayPal or credit card wealth (contribute any amount here) would give us more runway, but unlike the Q scammers, we don't beg and we don't force the media marketplace of ideas to go in a direction it doesn't want to go in.
In this case, for whatever reason, it is clear to us that the marketplace is not accepting the business model of an honest, non-Cabal owned influential online media company operating from Washington. Maybe it will in the future, yet it's not right now.
Not accepting market conditions is what dumb people do. I certainly disagree with all the reasons why FULCRUM is being attacked and slowed down, but I can see precisely why they're doing it to us and the Art of War tactic is to leave the battlefield altogether, at once, and fight on a different battlefront, from a new vantage.
We competently broke the biggest story of all time - Pizzagate, the truthful claim that Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman extensively used a code language in his leaked emails known to law enforcement to be used by child traffickers, and the ensuing viral takedown of the pedophile "Illuminati" that has infiltrated Hollywood, Silicon Valley, and DC - none of that is going back in the bottle, and they know that.
The viral ripples will continue to go out wider and wider. Irreversible math at play here.
Our 8 minute legally vetted mini-documentary on Pizzagate and the "pizza" code language, with demonstrable proof from the real WikiLeaks emails, is approaching 137,000 views on Bitchute alone. People are talking. Watch and share here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/dEZgzABhjXsJ/
Granted... We thought that video would be at 12 or 120 million views by now, we thought the public would be OUTRAGED and supporting WikiLeaks right and left out of gratitude, we thought John Podesta would be so in prison by now.
We thought wrong, I guess.
We will strictly follow market conditions and move into other business lines, because FULCRUM is certainly not over.
In fact, we have been hard at work on our first major consumer product, something so revolutionary I can say almost nothing about it for the time being. FULCRUM's chemists and lawyers work best when I keep my mouth shut on under development projects.
FULCRUM's applied sciences division will not disappoint. :)
Speaking of which, the STATES Act is gaining strength here in DC. Some truly awful Swampy Senators have signed on and given their support, meaning sooner or later I'd expect to see the federal prohibition on cannabis come to an end in America.
Trump's a market guy. Canada being allowed to mass export this medical & recreational cash crop, while US companies in Cali and Colorado with arguably better growing conditions are prohibited from doing so due to 50 year old dusty legislation, you can be almost sure a Trump Upset of some kind is in the works.
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