Ex-CIA Chief Urges Coup to Stop Trump Releasing Deep State Records

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By James Tweedie – Sputnik – 10.11.2020

Former Spy Chief and long-time foe of Donald Trump John Brennan told CNN’s Chris Cuomo he feared the president could declassify sensitive information or give military orders that would undermine US “national security interests” – and urged Vice-President Mike Pence to seize power.

US ex-spy chief John Brennan has urged a palace coup against President Donald Trump before presumed election winner Joe Biden takes office in January.

The former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director told CNN News’ Chris Cuomo – brother of Democrat New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo – that Vice-President Mike Pence and Trump’s cabinet should invoke the 25th constitutional amendment to oust him as a risk to “national security.”

“I’m very concerned what he might do in his remaining 70 days in office,” said Brennan on Monday’s edition of Cuomo Prime Time. “Is he going to take some type of…

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Suspect AI Software Verified Mail-In Ballots With Little Human Oversight in Key Battleground States

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Stepan Pachikov, Parascript’s founder, with Bill Gates in 1990

Unlimited Hangout| November 9, 2020

Though accusations of election fraud in the 2020 US presidential election have been swirling across social media and some news outlets for much of the past week, few have examined the role of a little known Silicon Valley company whose artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm was used to accept or reject ballots in highly contested states such as Nevada.

That company, Parascript, has long-standing cozy ties to defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin and tech giants including Microsoft, in addition to being a contractor to the US Postal Service. In addition, its founder, Stepan Pachikov, better known for cofounding the app Evernote in 2007, is a long-standing and 2020 donor to Democratic presidential candidates.

Parascript’s AI software was used during this election in at least eight states for matching signatures on ballot envelopes with those in government…

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Pfizer’s CEO Dumps 62% Of His Stock On COVID Vaccine Announcement

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Zero Hedge – 11/11/2020

On Monday, Pfizer shares soared 16% following a bullish statement on the company’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine showed 90% effectiveness in preliminary results. Then on Tuesday, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla sold 62% of his stock.

The SEC Form 4 filing showed Bourla sold 132,508 shares at an average price of $41.94 per share, equivalent to $5.6 million – nearly top-ticking the 52-week-high.

Bourla’s sale was conducted under Rule 10b5-1, established by the SEC, allowing the corporate insider to sell a predetermined number of shares at a predetermined time. A Pfizer spokesperson told Axios that the CEO’s predetermined trading plan was formed in August.

Despite the sale being perfectly legal under Rule 10b5-1 to avoid accusations of insider trading, the optics aren’t great for Bourla, who still managed to top-tick the 52-week-high on the sale on news day. One can…

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of (Fake) Democracy

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Democracy is the ostensible religion of contemporary West and is used as a justification for status quo at home and wars abroad. We are the greatest, because we have democracy; we have to accept the dysfunctional political system, because that’s the price of democracy; and we wage perpetual wars all over the world to spread democracy. The pro-democracy slogans and talking points sound great, until you put them under a microscope. Yes, democracy is great, but it has numerous preconditions to be even partially successful. And the big secret is that current democracy is a controlled theater with selected actors and preordained results. Let’s analyze this illusion.

Why Democracy is Good:

The word “democracy” from Greek and means “rule by the people.” Abraham Lincoln refined the definition further by saying that democracy is “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” Ideally, this will be…

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5 Myths About America that Foreigners Believe In

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America is a pretty awesome country, no doubt. It is rich, powerful and a veritable engine of innovation and creativity. But there is also a lot of hype and marketing that hides the truth like an Instagram filter.

Most people in the rest of the world only get to know America through mass media, movies and TV, which are all mostly controlled – directly or indirectly – by western elites. Even people who live in America don’t quite understand many of the problems, since they are equally deceived and distracted by the mass media.

Here are Top 5 myths about America and why they are wrong.

1. America is Rich

Well, it depends on the definition of “America.” If you are referring to the government…

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