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U.S. Has 3.5 Million More Registered Voters Than Live Adults – A Red Flag For Electoral Fraud

August 18, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

Via Investors.com,

American democracy has a problem – a voting problem.

According to a new study of U.S. Census data, America has more registered voters than actual live voters. It’s a troubling fact that puts our nation’s future in peril.

The data come from Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project. The group looked at data from 2011 to 2015 produced by the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, along with data from the federal Election Assistance Commission.

As reported by the National Review’s Deroy Murdock, who did some numbers-crunching of his own, “some 3.5 million more people are registered to vote in the U.S. than are alive among America’s adult citizens. Such staggering inaccuracy is an engraved invitation to voter fraud.”

Murdock counted Judicial Watch’s state-by-state tally and found that 462 U.S. counties had a registration rate exceeding 100% of all eligible voters. That’s 3.552 million people, who Murdock calls “ghost voters.” And how many people is that? There are 21 states that don’t have that many people.

Nor are these tiny, rural counties or places that don’t have the wherewithal to police their voter rolls.

California, for instance, has 11 counties with more registered voters than actual voters. Perhaps not surprisingly — it is deep-Blue State California, after all — 10 of those counties voted heavily for Hillary Clinton.

Los Angeles County, whose more than 10 million people make it the nation’s most populous county, had 12% more registered voters than live ones, some 707,475 votes. That’s a huge number of possible votes in an election.

But, Murdock notes, “California’s San Diego County earns the enchilada grande. Its 138% registration translates into 810,966 ghost voters.”

State by state, this is an enormous problem that needs to be dealt with seriously. Having so many bogus voters out there is a temptation to voter fraud. In California, where Hillary Clinton racked up a massive majority over Trump, it would have made little difference.

But in other states, and in smaller elections, voter fraud could easily turn elections. A hundred votes here, a hundred votes there, and things could be very different. As a Wikipedia list of close elections shows, since just 2000 there have been literally dozens of elections at the state, local and federal level decided by 100 votes or fewer.

And, in at least two nationally important elections in recent memory, the outcome was decided by a paper-thin margin:

In 2000, President Bush beat environmental activist and former Vice President Al Gore by just 538 votes.

 

Sen. Al Franken, the Minnesota Democrat, won his seat by beating incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman in 2008. Coleman was initially declared the winner the day after the election, with a 726-vote lead over Franken. But after a controversial series of recounts and ballot disqualifications, Franken emerged weeks later with a 225-seat victory.

Franken’s win was enormous, since it gave Democrats filibuster-proof control of the Senate. So, yes, small vote totals matter.

We’re not saying here that Franken cheated, nor, for that matter, that Bush did. But small numbers can have an enormous impact on our nation’s governance. The 3.5 million possible fraudulent ballots that exist are a problem that deserves serious immediate attention. Nothing really hinges on it, of course, except the integrity and honesty of our democratic elections.

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Joint exercises may send Korea tensions soaring again

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Sat, 2017-08-19 03:00
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SEOUL: After North Korea and the US traded bellicose threats of nuclear conflagration, all eyes will be on an annual war game in the South next week that could send tensions spiralling back upward, analysts say.
Pyongyang tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) last month that appeared to bring much of the US within range, triggering an intense warning by US President Donald Trump that Washington could rain “fire and fury” on the North.
Pyongyang then threatened to fire a salvo of missiles toward the US territory of Guam — a plan that leader Kim Jong-un this week delayed, but warned could go ahead depending on Washington’s next move.
The North’s reaction to the “Ulchi Freedom Guardian” (UFG) joint military exercise that starts Monday will be key to determining what happens next.
The annual drills — described as defensive and named after a general who protected an ancient Korean kingdom from Chinese invaders — will involve about 50,000 South Korean and 17,500 US troops, Seoul’s Defense Ministry said Friday.
But Pyongyang views them as a highly provocative rehearsal for an invasion of its own territory, and threatens strong military counteraction each year.
The North said the Guam missile strike could be reinstated in the event of “reckless actions” by Washington, and analysts say the exercise could become an alarming flash point.
“I worry it might enact this plan when the joint exercises start,” said James Acton, co-director of the Nuclear Policy program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
North Korea has repeatedly called for an end to large-scale joint military exercises between the allies in exchange for a freeze on its nuclear and missile programs.
In the early 1990s Seoul and Washington agreed to cancel a drill then known as Team Spirit in return for the North allowing an inspection of its secret nuclear facilities — only to see Pyongyang later walk away and resume its weapons development.
Vipin Narang, an associate professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology specializing in nuclear strategy, warned against another suspension.
“Cancelling it would cede into the huge North Korean aim to decouple the allies and drive a wedge between South Korea and the United States,” Narang told AFP.
Pushing through with the drills is essential for South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s promise to “prevent war at all cost,” said Choi Kang of the Asan Institute of Policy Studies.
“Seoul will say the current tensions call for an even stronger alliance and closer military cooperation,” he said.
The US State Department said this week the largely computer-simulated UFG exercise, which dates back to 1976, will go ahead as planned.
But it declined to comment on whether the drills would be scaled back in an effort to ease tensions.
The US troop numbers given by Seoul’s Defense Ministry represent a cutback from last year, when 25,000 were involved.
The allies could look to make a conciliatory gesture toward Pyongyang by not involving US strategic assets such as stealth bombers or aircraft carriers, said Koo Kab-Woo, a professor at the Seoul-based University of North Korean Studies.
Supersonic B-1B bombers from the US Pacific Command’s Andersen Air Force Base in Guam are often flown over the peninsula for joint exercises and to demonstrate Washington’s “full range of military capabilities” — always infuriating Pyongyang.
When North Korean leader Kim delayed his Guam missile plan, he warned the US to end its “arrogant provocations” and referred to what he called “huge nuclear strategic equipment” being brought to the region.
In an ideal scenario, Acton said, the two sides would agree that North Korea could not carry out missile tests that overfly South Korea or Japan — which would preclude them getting anywhere near Guam — in exchange for the US ending strategic bomber training flights within an agreed distance of the North.
North Korea appears to have left open some room for a quid pro quo, added Narang.
Any negotiation for a quiet agreement to reduce the frequency and range of the B-1B flights “doesn’t have to be terribly public and it could be behind the scene,” he said. “I think it’s reasonable to think that might go somewhere.”

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‘Serious humanitarian crises’ in South Asia as floods affect over 16m

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Sat, 2017-08-19 03:00
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KATMANDU/GUWAHATI: More than 16 million people have been affected by floods in South Asia, aid workers and officials said, with heavy rains and damaged roads hampering relief efforts amid severe food shortages and a growing risk of waterborne diseases.
Heavy monsoon rains in Nepal, Bangladesh and India have killed more than 343 people, officials and aid workers said.
“This is fast becoming one of the most serious humanitarian crises this region has seen in many years,” said Martin Faller, deputy regional director for Asia Pacific at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
“Millions of people face severe food shortages and disease. We fear (it) will get worse in the days and weeks ahead.”
More than a third of Bangladesh and Nepal have been flooded, Faller said.
In Nepal, 27 of 75 districts were either submerged or hit by landslides, leaving villages and communities stranded without food, water and electricity.
Home Ministry official Shankar Acharya said 131 people had been killed and 30 were missing.
“We need donors’ assistance and support from social organizations,” an official statement said.
Aid workers are rushing to deliver tarpaulins for temporary shelter, food and water, said Dev Ratna Dhakhwa, secretary general of the Nepal Red Cross Society.
Residents face “severe food shortages,” as food crops have been wiped out in the worst floods in 15 years, he said.
The risk of a “significant public health crisis” from waterborne diseases such as cholera is also high, charity WaterAid said.
In Bangladesh, flood levels have reached record highs. At least 56 people have been killed and about 4 million are affected, the Red Crescent said Thursday.
The situation could get worse as swollen rivers carry rainwater from neighboring India downstream into the low-lying and densely populated country.
“The immediate situation is extremely desperate,” Save the Children Director Mark Pierce said in a statement.
“The sheer volume of water is also making it really difficult to access some of the communities most in need.”
In India, more than 11 million people have been affected in four states across the north and east, with at least 156 killed.
“These are the worst floods in Assam in a decade,” Keshab Mahanta, relief and rehabilitation minister, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Relief operations have been hampered, even as food packets are being dropped from helicopters in the worst affected areas.
In a makeshift relief camp in Kaliabor, 160 km east of Guwahati city, families said they had not received any aid.
“We are practically starving, with no government supplies reaching us,” said Arunima Dutta, mother of three, who is sheltering from the disaster with hundreds of others.
Residents are also at risk of contracting diseases such as malaria and Japanese encephalitis, the Red Cross warned.
India’s meteorological department is forecasting more heavy rain for the region in the coming days.
“Though we come to expect these rains every year, this year is particularly severe,” Save the Children India manager Murali Kunduru said.

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‘Low-cost terror’ is a new reality for Europeans

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Sat, 2017-08-19 03:00
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PARIS: Vehicle attacks of the sort seen in Barcelona are easy to organize and difficult to stop and have become part of a new reality for Europeans, experts say.
Paris, Berlin, Nice, London and Stockholm have already seen extremists drive vehicles into crowds. The latest attacks in Barcelona and the seaside resort of Cambrils left at least 14 dead and 100 injured on Thursday night.
The atrocities by extremists willing to die carrying out an attack are likely to lead to a rash of new security measures designed to protect pedestrians. But experts warn that citizens’ safety cannot be guaranteed 100 percent.
“It’s the principle of ‘soft targets’,” Frederic Gallois, the former head of France’s elite GIGN police force, told AFP. “Any gathering of people is a soft target and there are crowds everywhere.”
Even if security services managed to protect symbolic sites and the most popular areas around cities, nearby streets or neighborhoods would still be vulnerable, he said.
The unsophisticated low-cost attacks are in sharp contrast to the highly coordinated and planned assault on Paris in November 2015 which left 130 dead. But they are very much part of the strategy of terror groups such as Al-Qaeda and Daesh.
Both extremist groups have urged their followers to use whatever means at their disposal, including vehicles, as part of a strategy of “death by a thousand cuts” aimed at destroying the West.
“They aren’t looking for spectacular results using huge resources, but rather they want frequency to try to destabilize their adversaries,” Gallois added. “It’s the regularity which is the problem.
“At the moment, there’s an attack every four to six weeks in Europe,” he added. Then with each lull, “everyone says to themselves ‘something’s going to happen.’”
Many countries have increased the number of armed security forces patrolling Europe’s streets to deal with the threat, while police are now well-drilled in responding to incidents. Further investments in intelligence-gathering and information-sharing between EU members could also help reduce the risk of future violence, some experts believe.
In Syria and Iraq, military action by Western powers and their local allies has also shrunk the territory and resources available to Daesh, which claimed Thursday’s attack in Barcelona. Jean-Pierre Filiu, an expert on terrorism at the Sciences Po university in Paris, warned against thinking the military defeat of the organization would bring an end to the wave of assaults.
“They want to show that they are still effective despite the territorial losses. But it’s not because they are retreating in Iraq and Syria that they are striking now,” he said on France Inter radio.
The Radicalization Awareness Network, an EU research body, warned last month that 1,200-3,000 militants risked returning to Europe after fighting in Iraq and Syria — out of an estimated 5,000 who joined the terror groups there.
Nathalie Goulet, a French senator who sits on a parliamentary panel tasked with analizing militant groups, said it was important to avoid anti-Muslim rhetoric, which plays into the hands of the extremists.
One of Daesh’s stated goals is turning Western governments and citizens against Muslim minorities in their countries.
“You need to look at the reality. Telling people that banning Muslims… or closing mosques will resolve the problem is lying,” she told AFP in a recent interview.
“Someone who gets into their car and crashes into a crowd, unfortunately we need to learn to live with that and every citizen must remain vigilant,” she said.

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Bannon Speaks: “I’m Going To War For Trump”

August 18, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

While Breitbart has warned of war ‘against’ Trumpshould he break from the policies upon which he was elected – former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has spoken for the first time since being fired today.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Bannon said he was “going to war” for Trump…

If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up.

 

I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents… on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America,

So, war it is!

Presumably, being outside The White House allows him more freedom to pursue his tactics. The question is – given the narrative being spun is he resigned by mutual agreement – does Bannon stil have Trump’s ear? And if so, will Cohn, Kelly, and Kushner stand for it? We already know his agenda is anything but in line with theirs.

Notably The White House formally launched a probe of China’s intellectual property practices tonight – invoking Section 301 just as Bannon had said.

With regard his internal adversaries, at the departments of State and Defense, who think the United States can enlist Beijing’s aid on the North Korean standoff, and at Treasury and the National Economic Council who don’t want to mess with the trading system, Bannon was ever harsher…

“Oh, they’re wetting themselves,” he said, explaining that the Section 301 complaint, which was put on hold when the war of threats with North Korea broke out, was shelved only temporarily, and will be revived in three weeks. As for other cabinet departments, Bannon has big plans to marginalize their influence.

 

“That’s a fight I fight every day here,” he said. “We’re still fighting. There’s Treasury and [National Economic Council chair] Gary Cohn and Goldman Sachs lobbying.”

 

“We gotta do this. The president’s default position is to do it, but the apparatus is going crazy. Don’t get me wrong. It’s like, every day.”

Bannon dismissed the far-right as irrelevant:

“Ethno-nationalism—it’s losers. It’s a fringe element. I think the media plays it up too much, and we gotta help crush it, you know, uh, help crush it more.”

 

“These guys are a collection of clowns,” he added.

And finally, Bannon scoffed at The Democrats

“…the longer they talk about identity politics, I got ’em. I want them to talk about racism every day. If the left is focused on race and identity, and we go with economic nationalism, we can crush the Democrats.

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Kurt Bardella, a Republican communications specialist who worked for Bannon at Breitbart but later denounced him, predicts the strategist would “feel liberated” by his departure.

“Now, he will be able to operate openly and freely to inflict as much damage as he possibly can on the ‘globalists’ that remain in the Trump Administration.”

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Barcelona van attacker among five killed by police

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Sat, 2017-08-19 02:54
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BARCELONA, Spain: The driver of the van that plowed into crowds in Barcelona, killing 13 people, was one of five men shot dead by police in a Catalan seaside resort hours later, Spanish newspapers reported on Friday.
Josep Lluis Trapero, police chief in Spain’s northeastern region of Catalonia, had said earlier that it was possible, but not confirmed, that the driver was among those killed.
The driver abandoned the van and fled on Thursday after speeding along a pedestrianized section of Las Ramblas, the most famous boulevard in Barcelona, leaving a trail of dead and injured among the crowds of tourists and local residents thronging the street.
It was the latest of a string of attacks across Europe in the past 13 months in which militants have used vehicles as weapons — a crude but deadly tactic that is near-impossible to prevent and has now killed nearly 130 people in France, Germany, Britain, Sweden and Spain.
Suspected jihadists have been behind the previous attacks. Daesh said the perpetrators of the latest one had been responding to its call to target countries involved in a US-led coalition against the Sunni militant group.
Hours after the van rampage, police shot dead five people in the Catalan resort of Cambrils, 120 km (75 miles) down the coast from Barcelona, after they drove their car at pedestrians and police officers.
The five assailants had an axe and knives in their car and wore fake explosive belts, police said. A single police officer shot four of the men, Trapero said.
A Spanish woman was killed in the Cambrils incident, while several other civilians and a police officer were injured.
Trapero said the investigation was focusing on a house in Alcanar, southwest of Barcelona, which was razed by an explosion shortly before midnight on Wednesday.
Police believe the house was being used to plan one or several large-scale attacks in Barcelona, possibly using a large number of butane gas canisters stored there.
However, the apparently accidental explosion at the house forced the conspirators to scale down their plans and to hurriedly carry out more “rudimentary” attacks, Trapero said.

Four arrests
Police have arrested four people in connection with the attacks — three Moroccans and a citizen of Spain’s North African enclave of Melilla, Trapero said. They were aged between 21 and 34, and none had a history of terrorism-related activities.
Authorities have issued arrest warrants for four further suspects in connection with the two attacks, a judicial source said, declining to give their names.
La Vanguardia, a Barcelona-based newspaper, said the four being sought were all of Moroccan origin and aged between 17 and 24.
Catalan police said later that all five of the men killed in Cambrils had been identified. Spain’s Europa Press news agency quoted sources close to the investigation as saying that three of the four men being sought by the police were among the dead, while a fourth was still at large.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco sent his condolences to Spain, and US President Donald Trump spoke to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy from aboard Air Force One.
Police in France are looking for the driver of a white Renault Kangoo van that may been used by people involved in the Barcelona attack, a French police source told Reuters.

Worst since 2004
It was the deadliest attack in Spain since March 2004, when Islamist militants placed bombs on commuter trains in Madrid, killing 191 people.
Of 126 people injured in Barcelona and Cambrils, 65 were still in hospital and 17 were in a critical condition. The dead and injured came from 34 countries, ranging from France and Germany to Pakistan and the Philippines.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said an American citizen was confirmed dead, and Spanish media said several children were killed.
A judicial source said investigators believed a cell of at least eight people, possibly 12, may have been involved in the Barcelona and Cambrils operations and that it had been planning to use gas canisters.
As Spain began three days of mourning, people returned to Las Ramblas, laying flowers and lighting candles in memory of the victims. Rajoy and Spain’s King Felipe visited Barcelona’s main square nearby to observe a minute’s silence.
Defiant crowds later chanted “I am not afraid” in Catalan.
Foreign leaders voiced condemnation and sympathy, including French President Emmanuel Macron, whose nation has suffered some of Europe’s deadliest recent attacks.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, speaking after media reports that some Germans were among those killed, said Islamist terrorism “can never defeat us” and vowed to press ahead with campaigning for a general election in Germany in September.
In a message to the cardinal of Barcelona, Pope Francis said the attack was “an act of blind violence that is a grave offense to the Creator.”
Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said the attack showed the European Union’s system of migrant relocation was wrong. “It is dangerous. Europe should wake up,” he said. “We are dealing here with a clash of civilizations.”

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Carl Icahn Says He Is No Longer Trump’s Special Advisor

August 18, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

Et tu, Carl?

Moments ago, billionaire investor and long-time Trump supporter and informal advisor, Carl Icahn, announced on twitter that he has joined the exodus, and  has “ceased to act” as Trump’s special advisor on regulatory matters.

1/2 Today, with President Trump’s blessing, I ceased to act as special advisor to the President on issues relating to regulatory reform.

— Carl Icahn (@Carl_C_Icahn) August 18, 2017

The key passage of note in the Icahn letter is the one in which he vouches he never had access to nonpublic information, and did not “profit” from his position:

I never had a formal position with your administration nor a policymaking role. And contrary to the insinuations of a handful of your Democratic critics, I never had access to nonpublic information or profited from my position, nor do I believe that my role presented conflicts of interest. Indeed, out of an abundance of caution, the only issues I ever discussed with you were broad matters of policy affecting the refining industry. I never sought any special benefit for any company with which I have been involved, and have only expressed views that I believed would benefit the refining industry as a whole.

For what it’s worth, the amusing conclusion basically says that the two New Yorkers never actually got to sit down and do work together:

I sincerely regret that because of your extremely busy schedule, as well as my own, I have not had the opportunity to spend nearly as much time as I’d hoped on regulatory issues. I truly appreciate the confidence you have in me and sincerely hope that the limited insights I shared have been helpful to you. I love our country which has allowed me to achieve so much and I thank you for the informal opportunity you have given me to aid it.

Icahn’s full resignation letter is below.

Dear Mr. President:

 

This will confirm our conversation today in which we agreed that I would cease to act as special advisor to the President on issues relating to regulatory reform.

 

As I discussed with you, I’ve received a number of inquiries over the last month regarding the recent appointment of Neomi Rao as Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (or “regulatory czar,” as the press has dubbed her) – specifically questions about whether there was any overlap between her formal position and my unofficial role. As I know you are aware, the answer to that question is an unequivocal no, for the simple reason that I had no duties whatsoever.

 

I never had a formal position with your administration nor a policymaking role. And contrary to the insinuations of a handful of your Democratic critics, I never had access to nonpublic information or profited from my position, nor do I believe that my role presented conflicts of interest. Indeed, out of an abundance of caution, the only issues I ever discussed with you were broad matters of policy affecting the refining industry. I never sought any special benefit for any company with which I have been involved, and have only expressed views that I believed would benefit the refining industry as a whole.

 

Nevertheless, I chose to end this arrangement (with your blessing) because I did not want partisan bickering about my role to in any way cloud your administration or Ms. Rao’s important work. While I do not know Ms. Rao and played no part in her appointment, I am confident based on what I’ve read of her accomplishments that she is the right person for this important job.

I sincerely regret that because of your extremely busy schedule, as well as my own, I have not had the opportunity to spend nearly as much time as I’d hoped on regulatory issues. I truly appreciate the confidence you have in me and sincerely hope that the limited insights I shared have been helpful to you. I love our country which has allowed me to achieve so much and I thank you for the informal opportunity you have given me to aid it.

 

Sincerely,

 

CARL C. ICAHN

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Qatar concerned about safety of citizens in Saudi Arabia during Hajj

August 18, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Qatar expressed concern about the safety of its citizens in Saudi Arabia following the reopening of the countries’ border enabling Qataris to attend the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca. Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said during a visit to Norway that Saudi authorities had yet to respond to queries from the Qatari Ministry of Islamic Affairs regarding the security of Qatari citizens during Hajj. “The level of tension between the two nations, the language and the tone of the Saudi media spreading hatred against Qatari people represents a great concern for us,” he told a news conference. “Those people crossing the border right now are under the responsibility of the Saudi authorities for their security and safety,” he […]

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