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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

ANP Hot News.....Around the Web - Revolution Begins In Colorado - Voters Burn Registration Cards As GOP Delegates Are Removed For Voting Trump

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine 


Revolution Begins In Colorado - Voters Burn Registration Cards As GOP Delegates Are Removed For Voting Trump

Shocking Video Shows What's Happening Now In New York - Report: Weapons Of Mass Destruction Already In All Large US 

HOT NEWS... Around the Web

CO GOP Backfire-Voter Burns Registration
Boston Offers 'Fake' News Of Trump

Video: Why You Shouldn't Trust Anything You See On TV

Trump, Kasich Box Out Cruz In Michigan Delegation

Reuters: Blocking Trump Could Hurt GOP In Election 

Spain Police Find Hidden Weapons Cache, ISIS Flag

Well Regulated: Inside an Indiana Militia

Comparing 1930's To Today: 'Greater Depression Has Started'

SHTF Skills That Every American Needs in 2016
Obama Says No Trump In White House In 2017: HUH? 
Trump's Favorability Ratings Rival Reagan Of 1980

TSA Prepares For The Long Lines Of Summer
Mark Of Beast? Fingerprints To Be Tested As Currency
GOP Establishment Funding Anti-Trump Message

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FBI Warns Of Threat To Power Grid

Obama Says He Can Give Illegals Social Security

Rudy Giuliani Is Voting For Donald Trump

Gov't Will Owe More Than Entire Economy Produces

Bill Clinton Unloads On Obama: 'World Coming Apart'

Wealthy Fleeing Chicago Over Fear of Civil Unrest

TWITTER Posts Blamed Bank Run

Cruz Wipes Out In The Bronx

Country Music Legend Merle Haggard Dies At 79

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Detroit ‘House of horrors' Discovered

Paying More Taxes Than Clothes-Food-Housing Combined

Southern California Braces For Summer Blackouts

Border Agency Admits Terrorists Arriving As Migrants

Why Are Americans Not Included in Panama Papers?

New Website Lets Anyone Spy On Tinder Users

Bernie And Ted Have Excellent Adventure In Wisconsin

Wikileaks Accuses Panama Papers Leaker Of Soros Funding

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Intel Analysts Forced Out For Exposing Obama's ISIS War

Ted Cruz Is Fuming Because John Kasich Won't Bow Out

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The Viciousness Of Megyn Kelly And Her Crazy Obsession With Donald Trump

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

The Fox News, Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump battle is raging again with Donald Trump calling Kelly "sick" and "the most overrated person on TV," and Fox News defending her and accusing Donald Trump of having an "extreme, sick obsession" with her.


It all started on August 6, 2016 at the first Republican debate, the relevant clip of Kelly's first question to Trump shown below:

The war was on with Trump taking to Twitter the next day lambasting Kelly for her argumentative question and Fox, among others accusing Trump of riling up his fans to make "sexist" attacks again Kelly, but the criticisms of Kelly started coming well before Trump left the debate stage as I highlighted on August 7, 2015 with a screenshot showing just a small sample of the reactions, from Kelly's Facebook page, shown below:



After almost daily negative coverage by Kelly on her nightly show with Trump responding via his social media accounts as is his habit, on Friday he tweeted the following message "Everybody should boycott the @megynkelly show. Never worth watching. Always a hit on Trump! She is sick, & the most overrated person on tv."


A look at Kelly's Twitter page shows the majority of what she posts has something to do with Trump, as well as most her coverage at Fox News.

After Trump's tweet on Friday, Fox News issued the following statement:

Donald Trump’s vitriolic attacks against Megyn Kelly and his extreme, sick obsession with her is beneath the dignity of a presidential candidate who wants to occupy the highest office in the land. Megyn is an exemplary journalist and one of the leading anchors in America — we’re extremely proud of her phenomenal work and continue to fully support her throughout every day of Trump’s endless barrage of crude and sexist verbal assaults. As the mother of three young children, with a successful law career and the second highest rated show in cable news, it’s especially deplorable for her to be repeatedly abused just for doing her job.

The Trump campaign instantly responded, via

"Megyn Kelly is a highly overrated reporter and anchor that constantly disparages Mr. Trump with negative and inaccurate reports. Despite the fact he wants nothing to do with her and will not appear on her show due to her extremely biased reporting, much of the program is about him anyway on a nightly basis. In fact, FOX News has begged Mr. Trump to do a prime time special to be broadcast on the FOX Network, not cable, with Megyn Kelly. He has turned them down."

They added, "Likewise, they recently called for an unsolicited and unplanned debate with Kelly as a featured moderator. He turned them down and they immediately canceled. On the FOX debate that Mr. Trump did not do, they received by far their lowest rating. Unlike Megyn Kelly, who resorts to putting out statements via FOX News, Mr. Trump will continue to defend himself against the inordinate amount of unfair and inaccurate coverage he receives on her second-rate show each night."

Trump also took to Twitter again to respond, saying ""@Ma1973sk: Actually, no @FoxNews, @megynkelly has a sick obsession with Trump. Every day, every show, trashing, negative, hate."


According to that report "Fox News officials are growing increasingly concerned for Kelly's safety as Trump continues to target the anchor," but there is no mention of their concern over the "safety" of Trump's children and grandchildren after threatening letter was delivered to his son Eric's home with a direct threat against his children.

Fox News doesn't seem overly concerned with the fact that Trump's 78 year-old sister, Maryanne Trump Barry who is a judge with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, who also received a threatening letter in Philadelphia on Friday.

Using Fox News' logic that they are concerned for Kelly's safety because Trump is targeting her, then would that make Kelly responsible for the threats against Trump and his family due to her constant attacks on Trump?


Is Kelly just doing her job as a reporter or has her focus on Trump been a bit "obsessive," and vicious? Has her reporting been balanced or are the stories, as Trump suggests, all negative and "trashing."

A couple of responses on her latest Facebook posting dated March 15, 2016 about an article titled "'The Kelly File' Fact-Checks the 'D-Minus Rating' on Trump University,"  before the latest statements by Trump and Fox News, seem to suggest that many agree with Trump on this.


The FB posting before that was on March 12, 2016, where Kelly interviewed Michelle Fields on her claim that she was manhandled at a Trump event, which ANP covered when a video showed the exact moment of the supposed "violation" against the former Breitbart reporter. To date, Kelly has never addressed the conflict between what Fields said on Kelly's show and the footage released.

The same pattern is being seen on the Facebook page for The Kelly File:


Directly before that FB posting, The Kelly File has... yes, another Trump story, dated the same day, March 18, 2016:


A couple of other questions come to mind, the first of which is does Trump treat Kelly any differently than other journalists that write or report negatively about him?

A look through his twitter postings shows Trump responded to a critical article written about him in the NYT by David Brooks, saying "While I have never met @nytdavidbrooks of the NY Times, I consider him one of the dumbest of all pundits- he has no sense of the real world!," then following up with "Reading @nytdavidbrooks of the NY Times is a total waste of time, he is a clown with no awareness of the world around him- dummy!"

On the flip side when he likes what a reporter writes about him, he is quite complimentary as evidenced by a March 19, 2016 Tweet stating "@AndreaTantaros- You are a true journalistic professional. I so agree with what you say. Keep up the great work! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain."

Going through Trump's Twitter feed we see more attacks on Kelly than other journalists, generally they come directly after she has done a negative segment on Trump, just as his criticisms of other journalists directly follow a report from them that is negative against him.

As you will see below from the screen shots of The Kelly File's website front page, it seems she viciously attacks Trump far more than he responds on Twitter to those attacks.


After going through Megyn Kelly's Facebook page, as well as The Kelly File Facebook page, along with her Twiiter page and Donald Trumps Twitter page, it appears that the majority of her reports on Trump are negative and his corresponding responses are delivered via social media for the most part, while she uses the Fox platform of a nightly weekday show.

Is Trump obsessed with Kelly or is Kelly obsessed with Trump? A look at her Kelly File front page, right side under transcripts shows the following:


From the left side, Kelly's featured story from Friday night:


Tuesday, March 01, 2016

There Are Vipers In Our Midst - Viral Video Ignored By MSM Shows Why America Is About To Get Bitten

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

With news that the Obama administration is "quietly pushing" to increase the amount of Syrian refugees that are brought into America, despite accounts from state  and country officials that they have had to "fight" with the U.S. State Department to get promised services for those already relocated into their areas, we look around at the problems in Greece, Sweden, Hungary, Germany and more from the massive refugee influx and wonder what is the Obama admin thinking?????

Sex attacks across Europe, riots with refugees and police clashing, terror attacks in France and San Bernandino, California here in the U.S., example after example reported which prove that a country cannot bring in a massive influx of another culture without serious and deadly consequences, as well as the known fact that terror groups have openly stated they are using the refugee crisis in order to infiltrate the west to plan more attacks.

While it was reported by multiple news outlets that GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump recited the lyrics from a 1968 song titled "The Snake," in Iowa in January 2016, with NBC News claiming Trump "slams Syrian refugees," what those same news outlets ignore is what is shown clearly in the video below, brought to our attention by a reader, which has garnered nearly 800,000 hits since Trump recited those lyrics.

In the video below by Rust e., Trump's speech is highlighted, interspersed with actual footage from Greece, France, Hungary, Sweden, Croatia and other European countries.... it is a must see in order to accurately understand why many believe it is a very bad idea to import hundreds of thousands more refugees into America.


(Article continues after the video)

It isn't only the threat of terrorists being imported in with the refugees, but as a report from January clearly shows, it is a cultural issue as a migrant in Germany tells a woman he is groping in the street, that "German girls are just there for sex."  Another horrifying report just this past weekend shows a "hijab clad" women was arrested  in Moscow, after decapitating a child in her care, carring the head down the street and screaming ""I'm a terrorist!" and "Allahu Akbar". Further quoted included her declaring "I hate democracy. I want your death."

It is not just Syrian refugees either, but Mulsim migrants from a variety of Islamic countries are causing chaos throughout Europe in a problem that is ongoing... all one has to do is look at headlines from February 2016 to see the massive scope of the cultural conflicts, where an Iraqi migrant rapes a boy at an Austrian pool because he  had "too much sexual energy."

A 19-year-old migrant from Afghanistan sexually assaulted four girls between the ages of 11 and 13 at a swimming pool in Dresden. The migrant was arrested but then set free. (Source)

Three teenage migrants from North Africa tried to stone to death two transsexuals in Dortmund after they were seen walking around in women's clothing. The victims were saved by police. (Source)

In Siegen women bathers were forced to hide in a changing room after a group of 25 migrant men became “visibly excited” by their presence. In Bornheim, asylum-seekers were banned from the public pool after reports of ­obscene gestures towards female swimmers. (Source)

Other headlines include but are not limited to;

'60 Minutes' crew attacked in Sweden while filming the migrant crisis

Young Women Beaten, Sexually Assaulted In Migrant Attacks During German Carnivals

German asylum centers: Muslim migrants tear up Bibles, assault Christians, sexually abuse women and children, beat up gays

'Cologne was NOT a one-off' Sexual harassment Europe-wide issue, say EU politicians

Mother of boy, 10, raped by Iraqi having ‘sexual emergency’ regrets telling children to welcome migrants

Are we seeing a pattern here?



The patterns we are seeing throughout Europe should be a red flag, cause to decrease the amount of migrants being seeded into every state, and et the Obama administration is pushing to increase those numbers.

It is as if the Obama administration is deliberately bringing vipers into our midst.

Inevitably we will see many decry these statements as racist (even though Islam is a religion, not a race!) or Islamophobia, but as I have pointed out previously and will remind readers, even moderate Mulsims, living in America, believe that Islamic men have the right to tell women they do not even know, how to dress because the way a women dresses can actually be "sexual harassment" against him and others like him!

Directly from the viper's keyboard:

Often, we characterize catcalling men as the predators who harass helpless women. What about immodest dress? If a person dresses in “sexy” clothes and goes out in public, why shouldn't we consider this a form of sexual harassment in its own right?

Let me be frank. As a Muslim man, it is not easy walking through the streets these days. Women's fashion continues to get increasingly sexy and provocative, and, in effect, public spaces are increasingly sexualized. From an Islamic perspective, the harm caused to individuals by this is clear and inarguable. Even from a non-religious perspective, constantly bombarding men with sexiness can be tortuous. Think of men or adolescent males who for whatever reason cannot find a sexual partner. Or think of married men being endlessly tempted by strangers as soon as they step out of the house.

'Nuff said?

Below is the original Trump recital of "The Snake" at an Iowa rally.

The Snake Lyrics

On her way to work one morning
Down the path alongside the lake
A tender-hearted woman saw a poor half-frozen snake
His pretty colored skin had been all frosted with the dew
"Oh well," she cried, "I'll take you in and I'll take care of you"
"Take me in oh tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in oh tender woman," sighed the snake
She wrapped him up all cozy in a curvature of silk
And then laid him by the fireside with some honey and some milk
Now she hurried home from work that night as soon as she arrived
She found that pretty snake she'd taken in had been revived
"Take me in, oh tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in oh tender woman," sighed the snake

Now she clutched him to her bosom, "You're so beautiful," she cried
"But if I hadn't brought you in by now you might have died"
Now she stroked his pretty skin and then she kissed and held him tight
But instead of saying thanks, that snake gave her a vicious bite
"Take me in, oh tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in oh tender woman," sighed the snake

"I saved you," cried that woman
"And you've bit me even, why?
You know your bite is poisonous and now I'm going to die"
"Oh shut up, silly woman," said the reptile with a grin
"You knew damn well I was a snake before you took me in
"Take me in, oh tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in oh tender woman," sighed the snake

(Polish magazine's 'Islamic rape of Europe' cover sparks outrage)

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Best Part Of Nevada GOP Caucus Night - Video Of Trump Stealing The Show From Glenn Beck

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

For die-hard Donald Trump supporters the best part of  the GOP Nevada caucuses which were held on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 would obviously be the fact that he took 45.9 percent of the vote and 14 of the delegates allocated proportionally, right after taking first place in NH and SC. For others seeing the "political establishment" completely freak out rates right up there as a highlight. Then we have those that were very happy to see the "establishment" that has become more pompous, arrogant, and unhinged with every new poll showing Trump rising, become even more unglued.

Below is my favorite moment, caught on camera, then we will take a look at the entrance polls as well as the Super Tuesday schedule.

Setting the stage, so to speak, Glenn Beck was speaking on behalf of Ted Cruz at the Palo Verde High School caucus site and in the video below you will see that Donald Trump who had been visiting caucus locations throughout the evening, showed up to steal Beck's thunder.... watch the people gravitate away from Beck and to Trump.

That was your entertainment part of this article, now lets dig into the entrance polls, which say so much about why Trump has continued to rise and why he is racing towards Super Tuesday with three consecutive big wins under his belt.


An overwhelming 70 percent of Nevada caucus-goers say they are looking for someone "outside the political establishment."


As we have seen since Trump first announced his candidacy, when political leaders and the media alike declared him dead in the water, just to see his poll numbers start to rise, the Republican voters are fed up with those same party leaders attempting to "choose" what candidates will or won't be acceptable rather than letting voters make their own decision.

Which brings us to another entrance poll demographic that defies party leaders and the MSM's immediate repudiation of a Trump candidacy after his announcement that he would be running for President, when all the political pundits and talking heads said his comments on immigration would cost him the Hispanic/Latino vote.


Trump took 44 percent of Nevada's Hispanic/Latino caucus-goes, despite the fact that both Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz have Hispanic/Latino backgrounds.

It is not just Hispanics/Latinos though as we see, according to USA Today, Trump swept "nearly every demographic group,"  showing his appeal is across the board, or to rephrase, the appeal of his message, since another entrance poll question shows 30 percent of caucus attendees rated economy/jobs as the most important issue facing the country, with government spending taking second place with 26 percent and immigration and terrorism tying at 20 percent.

Perhaps the biggest statement being made to "hard-core" conservatives that have attempted to shame their viewers/readers into supporting the candidate of their choice, rather than respecting each person's individual right to choose the person they want according to their own reasoning, is the entrance poll demographic showing 43 percent of NV caucus-goers consider themselves "somewhat conservative" and 40 percent self-identify as "very conservative."


See more entance poll data here.

What many call the rise of Trump could really be said to be the fall of the political establishment, an establishment that for decades has offered voters the "illusion" of choice as they have "selected" who their establishment candidate would be as well as who their "insurgent" candidate would be in order to control the process and ultimately control who the Republican nominee for president would be.


Super Tuesday is March 1, 2016, where twelve states and one territory will caucus or cast primary votes. Those states are Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia will hold primaries for both parties. Alaska will hold its Republican caucus while American Samoa will caucus for Democrats.

How many delegates are at stake? For Republicans, 595 delegates are at stake. For Democrats, there a 1,004. GOP candidates need 1,237 delegates to win the nomination. Democrats need 2,383.

Related: Via Washington Post "Donald Trump is on course to win the 1,237 delegates he needs to be the GOP nominee"


Who you vote for, if you decide to vote, is your choice, your right and no one has the right to tell you, nor shame you, into doing what they want versus what you feel is the correct thing to do.

Personally, the spectacle of seeing the political establishment  work themselves into a frenzy because voters are upending the process and refusing to "do as their told" by the media and party leaders, gives me hope that people are awakening to how corrupt the system has become.