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The notion of a menacing alien life-form at loose on a spaceship is almost heroically unoriginal, yet Daniel Espinosa’s film, while not above panto-style exclamations such as ‘It’s behind you!’, keeps the tension bubbling.
The establishment democrats and rogue U.S. intelligence heads are attempting to frame President Donald Trump and Infowars for colluding with the Russians and violating the NDAA.
This gives Twitter, Facebook and Google the perfect excuse to censor content and label right-wing media as an enemy of the state.
The facts are what they are.
What appears at this writing is that Trump transition team members and possibly Trump himself had their identities revealed, were “unmasked” in the parlance, while foreign diplomats were being surveilled. The identities of American citizens were not sufficiently “minimized,” as they are required to be by law. This is a crime one would assume would put the perpetrators in prison. So far it hasn’t. More than that, such behavior is a grave threat to a free society, to all of us.
Nicola McLean has claimed that her previous battle with bulimia came back to haunt her during her turbulent time on the Channel 5 series – in which she finished in fifth place.
Theresa May admitted there was no prior intelligence of the deadly attack at Parliament, which has now been claimed by ISIS, with the PM revealing MI5 intelligence chiefs had previously investigated 52-year-old Khalid Masood but dismissed him as a “peripheral figure”.
The NFL has recently come under fire for violating federal regulations regarding prescription medications, ignoring the guidance of the DEA, and for pumping players full of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs to propel them through the season. Sealed court documents from a federal lawsuit filed by former players have been reviewed by The Washington Post reveal a sordid relationship between the league, drugs and pain management.
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