Michealene Risley Robert Epstein And They Can't Kill Us All

Michealene Risley Robert Epstein And They Can’t Kill Us All — Dr. Robert Epstein is one of the world’s most prominent psychologist. He has a degree from Harvard, tenure as editor-in-chief of Psychology Today, appearances on numerous media outlets over many years, and is the founder of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Epstein says Google manipulated at least 2.6 million votes towards Hillary Clinton in 2016 and could push 15 million to the Democrat in 2020.

Yesterday (Jan. 20), he tweeted I briefed a group of state AGs about #Google‘s power to rig elections, one of them said, “I think you’re going to die in an accident in a few months.

Michealene Risley Robert Epstein And They Can't Kill Us All

On Dec. 30, his wife, Misti Vaughn, was killed in an accident when her Ford Ranger spun out of control into the path of a truck in California. She was 29.

On Jan. 4, Epstein tweeted BTW, although losing Misti is devastating for me – there will never be another Misti in my life, after all – I AM STILL NOT SUICIDAL. Hear that, #Google? Hear that, #Hillary?

Michealene Risley Robert Epstein And They Can't Kill Us All

Of course, he also tweeted that same day: And, no I don’t think #Google or #Hillary had anything to do with Misti’s death, but for you conspiracy theorists out there, here’s a recent article about Misti’s accident from one of the world’s largest tabloid newspapers, the @DailyMail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7834593/Google-whistleblowers-wife-29-killed-car-crash.html

Maybe he is just grieving.

On the other hand, there is journalist Michealene Risley.

Mrs. Risley, who won awards for her documentaries regarding human trafficking and sex abuse, described on Quora why she quit activism in 2013 after a strange experience involving her Apple iPhone.:

In October of 2013, my husband and I were going to a local concert to see two friends perform. On our way back, I called home to check on the kids, and was talking to my one son, when I suddenly felt this incredible burning pain sensations throughout my body. I screamed and dropped the phone. The pain continued for about 10 minutes. It was horrible. Turns out that I was electrocuted by the current running through my cell phone. I was freaked out and called a doctor. She basically told me that if I called her, there was nothing else she could do. However, that kind of shock can stimulate a heart attack. I was LUCKY.

Michealene Risley Robert Epstein And They Can't Kill Us All

So I am thinking that APPLE has a problem with the car charger. And I am mad as hell. I am a good letter writer, and wrote a note to Tim Cook at Apple, scanned it to him on October 22. (Full disclosure, my last documentary-APPLE engineers were GREAT to me.) I basically wrote what happened, and how I wanted to share my experience with him on the product asap, as I believed the product to be dangerous. At that time, I didn’t know if it was an apple manufactured product, or a third party product, my goal was to alert Apple to the situation in case they needed to remove these products from the shelves.

I didn’t get much of a response from the CEO’s office and called the APPLE hotline, which was worse-they sent me to Alabama, where they offered me a Genius bar appointment. I went back and forth trying to get someone to pay attention to what I was saying. This all happened over a three day period.

Completely frustrated, I finally just sent the original copy of the letter to Tim Cook and kept a copy on my desk. I figured if they wanted to do something, they knew how to reach me. A few days later, when I walked into my office, there was a note on the copy of the letter. It was on a little yellow “stickie” and it said, “CAREFUL” in uneven caps. The word careful was underlined four times. I immediately went to my husband and said “Why woud you write a note on the top of my note to Apple?” He looked at my strangely and said “I have no idea what you are talking about.” I showed him the note, (Which I still have). Nope, not him. The only other occupants in our house were kids, and they weren’t the least interested in a letter to the CEO of Apple.

So here was a note from someone who came into my house and actually searched my desk to find the letter. Think about it, how would they know I wrote a letter, unless they were listening to my calls. (Very easy to do in my office space) They took one of my stickies to write the warning. Pretty brazen.

At that point, my husband and I realized that something was terribly wrong. Someone was obviously listening to my calls and had been in our house. Perhaps more than once. We didn’t lock our doors, we kept our keys in our cars, it has been pretty safe where we lived. No more. I went to the local Sheriff. He explained to me when someone wants you to have an “accident” they can rewire your car phone charger so you can be electrocuted. AS we sorted through what we knew, other things that didn’t make sense. (My passport disappeared) we realized that someone had actually tried to kill me. After their failed attempt, they came into my office and left me a note to ensure that I knew this was not an accident. How CREEPY is that?

At that time, I was working on a few story ideas for a new documentary. One was a situation happening in East Palo Alto and another on Locust’s destroying the food supply in Madagascar. I also thought about the last documentary that I did which was airing on SHOWTIME. All three of them had elements where I was challenging a powerful government or major corporation.

I thought long and hard about what my options were. I was clear that I could never forgive myself if anything happened to my kids or my spouse. We immediately put camera’s in and around our property to record any and all movement. (deer included) The sheriff’s office had our house in their daily route to make sure everyone was safe.

I also closed my non-profit-I decided despite loving my work on human rights issues, I didn’t ever want my work to endanger anyone that I loved. Things have calmed down since I stopped working on any projects. I consider myself very lucky.


****Thank you everyone for your interest and support, I am humbled. I want to give you an update. My youngest is almost out of the house. My two older kids are in the world and remarkable-each in their own ways. SO lucky I am!! I have decided to change my name back to the one I was born with. It feels a bit separate from the one my kids have AND gives me some space to not worry about the association. Plus it also gives them the freedom to choose if they want to participate in speaking out, or not. I have no vested interest either way.

My response today in 2019 is very very different than in 2013 when I responded from fear. Not only am I starting to fight again, but want to live the rest of my life as a BAD-ASS. If I have one day left or 67 years, I don’t care.

I have seen so many other people wake up to what is happening in our world, to the greed and selfishness. I have seen so many people horrified at the terrible things we do as human beings.

I am not standing alone anymore. There are many of us. Honestly, they can’t kill us all. THEY CAN’T KILL US ALL.

That’s the good news. She is back in the fight. Seriously, how many of you think Jeffrey Epstein killed himself?

Michealene Risley Robert Epstein And They Can’t Kill Us All

Sandmann Millions Dollar Smile

Nicholas Sandmann Millions Dollar Smile or the expression you make when you get CNN to give you millions for doing nothing.

Nicholas Sandmann Millions Dollar Smile or the expression  you make when you get CNN to give you millions for doing nothing.

The Catholic kid from Covington, Kentucky sued the fake news outlet for $275 million for the destructive smear job it tried to pull when he was confronted by an abusive progressive protestor as he waited for the bus to take him home from a school trip to the Jan. 18, 2019 March for Life Rally in Washington D.C.

It was announced yesterday (Jan. 7) that CNN settled albeit the amount of the settlement was not released. We heard one report it was for $25 million. We suspect it was certainly in the eight figures.

Sandmann also has pending nine figure lawsuits against the Washington Post and NBC, and may sue numerous other media outlets, institutions and celebrities.

Good job Nicholas and welcome to the 1 percent.

Sandmann Millions Dollar Smile

Fortune Magazine Ignored OPT Flaws

Fortune Magazine Ignored OPT Flaws

By Joe Guzzardi

Michael Goodwin, a New York Post columnist who began his journalism career at The New York Times, last month wrote a two-part commentary that chronicled the long, steady erosion of reporting integrity. Although Goodwin focused on the Times, his observations that bias has become common in the mainstream media easily applies to many publications. Editors who could once be counted on to, as Goodwin wrote, veer copy toward the middle, gradually became as much of a problem as the reporters whose work they review.

Nowhere is journalism bias more blatantly on display than in immigration stories. Even though polling shows that at least half of all Americans want less immigration, most stories tell only the expansion side, and in the process leave their readers under-informed.

Case in point: Fortune Magazine, the respected, 90-year-old business publication, recently did a story about one of most controversial programs that’s hurtful to U.S. tech workers, the Optional Practical Training program. In brief, OPT allows international students on F-1 visas to remain in the U.S. and work for at least a year, and longer if they have earned degrees in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM).

Although there are multiple reasonable arguments that can be made in opposition to OPT, none of them appeared in reporter Nicole Goodkind’s article. Among OPT’s flaws that Goodkind omitted are that OPT is not congressionally approved, yet it has ballooned into the nation’s largest guest worker program.

OPT is a voracious American job killer. Department of Homeland Securitydata shows that, since 2015 and through May 2017, nearly 500,000 students received OPT, and another 150,000 have STEM extensions. That’s 650,000 good jobs being held now by foreign nationals versus qualified American workers. There’s a powerful incentive for tech companies to hire OPT foreign workers. A 15 percent discount has allowed multinational corporations to evade at least $20 billion to $30 billion in FICA taxes over the years. The OPT worker doesn’t pay FICA either, and therefore doesn’t contribute to Social Security or Medicare.

In her 1,200-word article, Goodkind glowingly cited five pro-OPT sources, including major corporations, that profit from the program. Among them are Google and immigration advocacy groups like the Mark Zuckerberg-founded FWD.us. Goodkind wrote that an amicus brief FWD.us filed supporting OPT read like: “a who’s who of Silicon Valley. Tech giants like GoogleAppleAmazon, Facebook, Airbnb, Bloomberg, IntelMicrosoft, Tesla, Twitter, Uber, and Zillow….”

Yet Goodkind quoted only one critic, John Miano, a lawyer and expert on the effect of foreign labor on technology workers. Miano has worked on behalf of workers and pro-American worker organizations and for more than a decade has challenged OPT in federal court. Goodkind assassinated Miano’s character and that of his associates. Goodkind quoted Miano after she had inaccurately and wrongly marginalized him.

Miano told me, however, that if Goodkind had done the due diligence once considered honest journalism’s bedrock instead of lazily relying on FWD.usshe would have seen that the money trail explains everything. “The tech industry spends tens of millions of dollars each month lobbying for more foreign labor and to preserve their ability to replace working American with that foreign labor,” said Miano.

Fortune once was a highly respected magazine that would never have allowed slanted copy like Goodkind’s to get past the first editorial layer, let alone get published. By passing over OPT’s damaging effects on American workers, Goodkind abandoned the principals that journalists themselves established years ago. The 110-year-old Society for Professional Journalists’ ethics code warns reporters to “avoid advocacy,” advice which Goodkind ignored. As former Washington Post ombudsman E.R. Shipp wrote in her column “In Pursuit of Fairness,” no story is fair if it omits facts of major importance and significance. Goodkind disregarded that basic, most obvious rule.

Reporters like Goodkind need to remember that the full story – he said, she said – is always more compelling than a cheerleading story that quickly becomes tedious.

Joe Guzzardi is a Progressives for Immigration Reform analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at jguzzardi@pfirdc.org.

Fortune Magazine Ignored OPT Flaws
Fortune Magazine Ignored OPT Flaws

Twitter Bans Hegseth For Journalism

Twitter Bans Hegseth For Journalism — Fox News journalist Pete Hegseth, who received a Bronze Star and Combat Infantryman Badge for his service in Iraq, was temporarily banned from Twitter Saturday, Dec. 7, for posted screenshots of the manifesto thought to have been written by  Mohammed Alshamrani, the Saudi military student who killed three and wounded 12 in a shooting rampage Friday at the Navy Station Pensacola on Friday.

The manifesto had been originally posted on Twitter but had been removed by the big tech firm after the shooting. It was traced to Alshamrani by the respected Site Intelligence Group Enterprises.

The Tweet said:

O American People,

I’m not against you for just being American. I don’t hate you because your freedoms, I hate you because every day you supporting funding and committing crimes not only against Muslims but also humanity. I’m against evil, and America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil. What I see from America is the supporting of Israel which is invasion of Muslim countrie. I see invasion of many countries by it’s troops, I see Guantanamo Bay. I see cruise missiles, cluster bombs and UAV.

You say anything wrong in reporting it? Do you believe ignorance is good? Twitter apparently does.

Sign up for Gab. It doesn’t mean you have to give up Twitter.

Twitter, by the way, has a rather troubling history with Islamism.

Saudi prince and billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal was a major investor in Twitter. In 2015, he owned 34.9 million shares in it which put him ahead of CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey. He appears to have lost it following his arrest Nov. 4, 2017 arrest by his relatives.

A year later journalist Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Jasser was tortured to death in a Saudi jail for criticizing the ruling family via a secret Twitter account. How did the tyrants learn of the account? Via spies at Twitter’s regional headquarter in Dubai.

And on Nov. 7 this year, it was reported that two Twitter employees were arrested by the Feds for spying for the Saudi government about users critical of the Saudi government.

Yeah, get on Gab.

Here is a screen shot of the manifesto courtesy Heavy.com.

Twitter Bans Hegseth For Journalism

Tim Liebig Hosts BillLawrenceOnline

BillLawrenceOnline.com was a guest of WFYL‘s Tim Liebig, Oct. 30, on It’s a New Day. Subjects included the Montgomery County commissioners race, Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon’s (D-Pa5) indifference to her constituents, and the child trafficking described in the film Priceless. Note the difference between audience reviews and those of the critics.

WFYL is a great station based outside Norristown, Pa. It can be heard at 1180 AM or online here.

Here is a podcast of the interview.

Tim Liebig Hosts BillLawrenceOnline
Tim Liebig Hosts BillLawrenceOnline

Bukovsky Exposed US Media In Suppressed Book

Bukovsky Exposed US Media In Suppressed Book — Of course you’ve never heard of Vladimir Bukovsky. He was a Soviet dissident who spent 12 years in that nation’s psychiatric hospitals, prisons and labor camps for the crimes of speaking truth and desiring freedom.

His book Judgment in Moscow: Soviet Crimes and Western Complicity was published in France in 1995. It was a searing indictment of the collusion between American media outlets and the tyrannical Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Our major media companies actually entered agreements to publish articles and cover media events under the direct editorial control of the Soviets.

Bukovsky’s expose was only published in the U.S. this year by an independent.

Out media (and academia and public education and entertainment) is corrupt. They are content with tyranny if they think they are going to be with the in-crowd holding the whip.

And Millennials, remember the name of the tyranny was Union of Soviet SOCIALIST Republics. Note the SOCIALIST part.

Socialism is very, very bad.

Bukovsky Exposed US Media In Suppressed Book
Bukovsky Exposed US Media In Suppressed Book -- Of course you've never heard of Vladimir Bukovsky. He was a Soviet dissident who spent 12 years in
How a Soviet memorial was treated in Bulgaria when it became safe to do so.

1619 New York Times Garbage

1619 New York Times GarbageThe New York Times is starting a divisive propaganda push to convince Americans that our country didn’t start in 1776 with the Declaration of Independence but in 1619 “when a ship carrying enslaved Africans landed in Virginia.”

This is going to backfire. You see those 20 Africans were not chattel slaves bound for life but indentured servants much as half of the European immigrants to the colonies were. These Africans were put in bondage by other Africans. Europeans gave money to those who had put them in chains allowing them to gain their freedom after a period of labor– at least in Virginia. It wasn’t all that bad a deal for them.

One of those 20 original indentured servants was an Angolan who took the name Anthony Johnson. After Johnson served his indenture and gained his freedom, he became a successful tobacco farmer. He got an African indentured servant of his own named John Casor.

Except Johnson didn’t free Casor upon the expiration of the indenture.

So Casor got help from an English neighbor, who compelled Johnson to grant Casor’s freedom. The victory, however, was short lived. Johnson filed his own lawsuit in 1654 in Northhampton County, Va. The powers that be felt Johnson had a pretty neat idea, and ruled in his favor binding Casor to him for life.

And hence the vile evil of chattel slavery was born.

If The New York Times wants to argue that our founding father was Anthony Johnson, well, it would certainly be an interesting thing to teach during Black History Month.

The United States was founded on July 4, 1776. Almost immediately upon declaration of independence the British mandate to maintain slavery was rejected by the Northern colonies and abolition began, starting with the counties of New York that would become Vermont in 1777 and then Pennsylvania in 1780. Note this was before the Treaty of Paris was signed and the Revolution still raged.

Skin color is meaningless. Judge people by their character.

The New York Times is garbage. All decent people should ignore it.

1619 New York Times Garbage
1619 New York Times Garbage

Define Racism Truthfully, Not Politically

Define Racism Truthfully, Not Politically — Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa1) gets props for his appearance on the just ended The Dean Malik Show on WWDB 860AM but there was a point that never made it to the table.

Define Racism Truthfully, Not Politically
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick defended his July 16 vote for the Democrats’ politically motivated H Res 489 titled Condemning President Trump’s Racist Comments Directed at Members of Congress.

He said he thought the greatest issue facing the country was the tenor of political discourse.

So he goes along with calling the President a racist.

Go figure.

For what it’s worth, he said he didn’t think President Trump is a racist.

He’s just apparently OK with saying he uses racist language.

Go figure.

Congressman, if you are sincere about wanting to “tone down” discourse start condemning those who use the word “racist” as a political attack.

Insist that “racist” and “racism” be consistently and specifically defined so the evil that the word should describe is not diluted. Racism is not mere bigotry or prejudice or disagreement but a belief that certain ethnicities should have lesser or no civil liberty.

Telling an ingrate to love it or leave America is not racism — or even prejudice — regardless of the color of the skin of ingrate. Calling someone a racist for confronting an ingrate is craven and despicable. Failing to confront someone making such an accusation is cowardice.

The biggest threat, Congressman, is the division caused by identity politics. The Founding Fathers knew this hence our national motto “Out of Many One“.

Or another way of saying it and hopefully triggering the right type of people: Where we go one, we go all.

If you missed today’s show (July 19) here is the podcast:

Define Racism Truthfully, Not Politically

Fitzpatrick Appearing On Malik Show

Fitzpatrick Appearing On Malik Show — Dean Malik has posted that Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa1)will be appearing on his show today (July 19) which airs noon on WWDB 860 AM.

Fitzpatrick was one of the few Republicans who voted to condemn President Trump’s remarks criticizing hateful anti-American statements by Democrat congresswomen.

Fitzpatrick Appearing On Malik Show
Dean Malik and Don Beishl Jr.

The show is hosted by Malik and Don Beishl Fr. Also on the show will be noted journalist Stu Bykofsky, who had a long career with The Philadelphia Daily News; Stan Casacio, about his run for Montgomery County Controller;  Billy Ciancaglini, the Republican candidate for Mayor of Philadelphia, and Bill Lawrence of BillLawrenceOnline.com.

For those unaware, businessman Andy Meehan is mounting a primary challenge against Fitzpatrick.

The Dean Malik Show can be heard online here and a podcast will be forthcoming. Call in number is 888-329-3306.

Fitzpatrick Appearing On Malik

Dean Malik Hosts BillLawrenceOnline

Dean Malik Hosts BillLawrenceOnline — Bill Lawrence of BillLawrenceOnline will be guest of Dean Malik and Don Beishl Jr., noon, tomorrow (July 19) on WWDB 860 AM.

Dean Malik Hosts BillLawrenceOnline
Dean Malik and Don Beishl Jr.

Also on the show will be noted journalist Stu Bykofsky, who had a long career with The Philadelphia Daily News; Stan Casacio, about his run for Montgomery County Controller; and  Billy Ciancaglini, the Republican candidate for Mayor of Philadelphia.

Malik says he has invited Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R?-Pa1) to explain his recent vote condemning the President’s tweets as allegedly “racist” (we strongly disagree) and to discuss other issues.

“We shall see if he makes the time in his busy schedule to be on the show,” Malik said.

For those unaware, businessman Andy Meehan is mounting a primary challenge against Fitzpatrick.

The Dean Malik Show can be heard online here and a podcast will be forthcoming. Call in number is 888-329-3306.

Dean Malik Hosts BillLawrenceOnline