Feel safer with these assclowns in charge?
Feel safer with these assclowns in charge?
From Independent UK
The leader of al-Qaeda has attacked Isis for “madness” and “exceeding the limits of extremism” as the two terror groups continue to compete for territory and supporters around the world.
Ayman al-Zawahiri, who succeeded Osama bin Laden when he was killed in 2011, criticized Isis for killing and “slandering” his own jihadis.
In an audio message, he branded the rival group’s members “cowards” and liars with a “thirsty desire for authority”.
“Isis was struck with madness in takfir [declaring other Muslims to be apostates] and exceeded the limits of extremism,” al-Zawahiri said.
……Isis fought Jabhat al-Nusra in Qalamoun in May 2015 and targeted al-Qaeda-linked rebels in Aleppo the previous year, killing a prominent commander originally deployed to end the infighting between jihadis.
That’s hilarious. One bunch of muzzie cutthroats criticizing another for being “too extreme”. Kinda sucks when one of your own spawns gets more attention for Islamic-inspired atrocities. Too bad their carnage isn’t limited to just killing each other.
The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office now confirms 10 separate cyberattacks on its network were all traced back to U.S. Department of Homeland Security addresses.
In an exclusive interview, a visibly frustrated Secretary of State Brian Kemp confirmed the attacks of different levels on his agency’s network over the last 10 months. He says they all traced back to DHS internet provider addresses.
“We’re being told something that they think they have it figured out, yet nobody’s really showed us how this happened,” Kemp said. “We need to know.”
Kemp told Channel 2’s Aaron Diamant his office’s cybersecurity vendor discovered the additional so-called vulnerability scans to his network’s firewall after a massive mid-November cyberattack triggered an internal investigation.
The Secretary of State’s Office manages Georgia’s elections, and most concerning for Kemp about the newly discovered scans is the timing.
The first one happened on Feb. 2, the day after Georgia’s voter registration deadline. The next one took place just days before the SEC primary. Another occurred in May, the day before the general primary, and then two more took place in November, the day before and the day of the presidential election.
“It makes you wonder if somebody was trying to prove a point,” Kemp said.
Last week, the DHS confirmed the large Nov. 15 attack traced back to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection internet gateway. But Kemp says the DHS’ story about its source keeps changing.
“First it was an employee in Corpus Christi, and now it’s a contractor in Georgia,” Kemp said.
Unsatisfied with the response he got from DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson this week, Kemp fired off a letter Wednesday to loop in President-elect Donald Trump.
“We just need to ask the new administration to take a look at this and make sure that we get the truth the people of Georgia are deserving to know that and really demanding it,” Kemp said.
Kemp says several of those scans came around the same time he testified before Congress about his opposition to a federal plan to classify election systems as “critical infrastructure,” like power plants and financial systems.
Kemp believes Georgia’s state-run election systems are already secure and doesn’t think the feds should be involved.
The DHS did not return Diamant’s emails seeking comment Tuesday.
Rogue government agencies do that shit to intimidate.
Sharyl Attkisson, a former reporter for CBS, was harassed by the DOJ and had her computers hacked into because she dared to ask serious questions about Fast and Furious and Benghazi.
Leaked emails obtained by Judicial Watch disclosed that former United States Department of Justice (DOJ) Spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler told White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz about how “out of control” Attkisson has been in covering Fast and Furious; Schmaler intended on contacting her editor and host of CBS’s Face The Nation, Bob Schieffer.
Obama’s DOJ (Eric Holder) went after Fox News’ James Rosen because he’s one of the investigative reporters who won’t hold back criticism. Holder had James Rosen’s emails hacked into, then proceeded to lie about it—under oath— during his Congressional testimony. The very same month the DOJ started its probe of James Rosen, Obama’s war on Fox News began.
The DHS claims that “there was no attempt to hack into the state’s election computer system, but did acknowledge an agency employee left an electronic paper trail that might make it appear something nefarious was afoot.”
Obviously the trail left behind told a different story.
It is not unusual for the someone up for a Senate confirmation to be surrounded by members of their family. In the case of Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, a Republican, part of his family includes his four grandchildren who happen to be Asian-American since his daughter is married to a man of Asian descent.
At one point early in the Senate hearing, Sessions had one of his young granddaughters on his lap. I’m sure she was happy to be sitting with grandpa and he was thrilled to share this monumental moment with her.
Enter MTV cultural writer Ira Madison III, who happens to be black. Of course, the narrative being pushed by the Left is that Sessions, who fought to desegregate schools in Alabama and who prosecuted a top member of the Ku Klux Klan for the murder of a black teen, is racist. The cry of racism is what those who practice identity politics do in order to turn people against someone they don’t like. Madison, being the good little bigoted social justice warrior he obviously is, decided that a picture of Sessions with his granddaughter on his lap would be the perfect one to use to attack Sessions as a racist and use Sessions’ innocent toddler granddaughter to as a way to attack him.
Check out Madison’s absolutely disgusting, unreal, hate-filled, and bigoted tweet.
Stay classy, Proglodytes.