When Joanie Stahl worked at an elitist club, where slews of top government officials hung out, the near-future fate of America was revealed to her by one of Obama’s top Secret Service Agents. And, during the time she worked at this club, which was an elitist-freemason club, she witnessed demonic manifestations which are pictured in the below video!
Top Gov’t Official Exposes Terrible Fate For USA & Demons Photographed At Freemason Club
Top Government Agent Reveals Information So Shocking, May the Lord Have Mercy!
Twenty-one children and adults got the ride they never planned on Friday night when a Knott’s Berry Farm ride malfunctioned, trapping the riders for six hours before a rescue could be accomplished.
Sky Cabin is no roller coaster, it is a slow moving ride that rises high which gives those on board a sky-high view of Buena Park. At its apex the ride reaches 180 feet
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Knott’s Berry Farm first released a statement just after 6 p.m that informed the public that the ride first malfunctioned around 2 p.m. The statement continued, “The Sky Cabin is a fully enclosed revolving observation ride. After the Knott’s Berry Farm maintenance team made several attempts to bring the attraction down, we contacted the Orange County Fire Authority to assist.”
Approximately 36 firefighters arrived near 5 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Times. An Orange County Fire Authority assured not one of the trapped riders was hurt or in danger and that firefighters are trained for just such situations. It was about 7:30 p.m. when fire crews began lowering riders the 130 feet from where the structure came to a halt. The riders were brought to the ground using a safety harness.
“All 20 guests and one ride operator were safely on the ground by 9:54 pm,” read an update from the park that came at 10:06 p.m.. “Each of Knott’s rides is inspected, check-listed and properly maintained daily. Sky Cabin will remain closed until the park’s investigation into the cause of the incident is completed.”
“Knott’s Berry Farm’s number one priority is the safety of all its guests and employees,” the park statement assured.
Amid all the inflated headlines about Russian “hacking” of the U.S., the Washington Post was forced to retool an article that falsely claimed a Vermont power plant was hacked by Russian hackers.
Late on Friday, December 30, the Post broke a story originally entitled, “Russian hackers penetrated U.S. electricity grid through a utility in Vermont, officials say.”
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The Post story went on to say, “A code associated with the Russian hacking operation dubbed Grizzly Steppe by the Obama administration has been detected within the system of a Vermont utility, according to U.S. officials.”
But it appears that the paper published the shocking story before actually getting any quotes from the power company in Vermont. It also turned out that the paper’s tale was wildly exaggerated.
The Vermont utility in question, the Burlington Electric Department, later released a statement clarifying where it discovered the “Russian code” and it turned out it there was not any “penetration” into the U.S. electricity grid.
Later that evening, Vermont Public Service Commissioner Christopher Recchia told the Burlington Free Press that “the grid is not in danger.”
“As commissioner of public service we are very concerned about cybersecurity,” Recchia insisted. “I’ve been working with homeland security and our department of emergency management, homeland security to make sure that we are on top of things like this because this is a real concern.”
Utility officials said that the Russian malware code was found on but a single laptop computer that was not in any way connected to its power grid systems.
The utility also issued a statement about the discovery of the code:
Last night, U.S. utilities were alerted by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) of a malware code used in Grizzly Steppe, the name DHS has applied to a Russian campaign linked to recent hacks. We acted quickly to scan all computers in our system for the malware signature. We detected the malware in a single Burlington Electric Department laptop not connected to our organization’s grid systems.
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The national pro-life movement has experienced multiple successes in 2016. Ten of the major highlights of the past year are especially noteworthy.
Four additional states – Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and West Virginia – banned dismemberment abortion, a second trimester procedure during which an unborn baby’s limbs are torn from his or her body. Live Action’s medical animation video shows the procedure:
“These laws not only protect unborn babies but serve to educate the public about the brutality of abortion,” says National Right to Life about the bans on dismemberment abortions.
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Three additional states – Ohio, South Carolina, and South Dakota – passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a measure that bans abortions past the fifth month of pregnancy. Altogether, 15 states have passed the Pain-Capable bill.
Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton painted a sharp contrast between herself and Republican nominee Donald Trump when she was forced to defend her position that babies can be aborted up until their due date when Fox News debate host Chris Wallace questioned her on the issue.
“In a moment that was even cringe worthy for Democrats, Clinton reaffirmed her support for the partial-birth abortion method and abortions throughout all nine months of pregnancy,” observed National Right to Life. “By contrast, Trump said, ‘I am pro-life, and I will be appointing pro-life judges.’”
Pro-life candidates had a winning year in the 2016 congressional elections. National Right to Life notes that it realized ten victories in the U.S. Senate, with only two losses, and 39 wins in the U.S. House, with only eight losses. All in all, the national pro-life group boasts an 83 percent success rate in congressional elections.
The nation’s largest abortion chain Planned Parenthood spent at least $30 million attempting to elect pro-abortion Democrats. The organization was unable to win the White House, even with a head start after endorsing Hillary Clinton in the primary – the first time the organization ever did so.
The U.S. House and Senate sent a reconciliation bill to President Obama that would have defunded Planned Parenthood. As expected, Obama vetoed the measure, but its approval by Congress set a precedent for advancing the legislation with a new pro-life president in the White House.
Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, said, despite Obama’s veto, Congress’ use of the reconciliation process to redirect funds from Planned Parenthood – “a likely criminal organization” – to other healthcare facilities is “historic.”
“This veto – only one of eight bills that Obama has vetoed and the very first pro-life one – underscores the need for the nation to elect a pro-life president in 2016,” she added, “one who does the will of the people instead of pandering to a corrupt and deceitful organization that betrays women and sells them, and their preborn babies, out for the bottom line.”
The U.S. Senate holds off its vote on President Obama’s appointment of pro-abortion Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court to fill the seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. President-elect Trump has promised to appoint only pro-life justices to the nation’s high court.
North Carolina U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers was defeated in the GOP primary. Ellmers came to Congress in the 2010 Tea Party wave, but abandoned her conservative principles after her election. She led a charge to shelve the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in 2015 on the eve of the March for Life, and justified her opposition by saying the measure would negatively affect the GOP with women and millennial voters.
“There is no member of Congress in recent memory who did greater harm to a major piece of pro-life legislation, while claiming to be pro-life, than Renee Ellmers,” said Douglas Johnson, director of federal legislation for National Right to Life.
The Senate Judiciary Committee referred Planned Parenthood to both the FBI and the Justice Department for investigation and possible criminal prosecution following allegations the abortion chain and its partners in biomedical procurement have been harvesting the body parts of aborted babies and selling them for a profit.
The House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives referred Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast for criminal prosecution by the Texas attorney general. The panel ultimately made 15 criminal and regulatory referrals of abortion clinics and fetal tissue procurement companies to federal, state, and local authorities for further investigation into possible violations of the law.
On Friday’s broadcast of “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that especially with Israel and Russia President-Elect Donald Trump is “siding with a foreign leader against the US president.”
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Brooks said, “What’s sort of remarkable is that, especially in the Israel and the Russia cases, you’ve got a US citizen, Donald Trump, siding with a foreign leader against the US president. There is a reason why president-elects have tried to remain mute during their transitional periods, relatively, because you just don’t want to be for somebody — some other country against your own government, and especially when you’re about to take the helm of that government. And there will be a lot of permanent people who are just going to be stuck there, who’s — who are now in a war between the president-elect and the guy they’re currently serving.”
A potential homeowner in Detroit found an unexpected surprise when he walked into the garage of the house he was considering purchasing.
What he discovered was a grisly scene: a mummified, decomposed body in the back seat of a car.
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The discovery occurred around 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon. As the potential home buyer was inspecting the garage of a home in the 19900 block of Spencer, he found the mummified body, the Detroit News reported.
Authorities said the body was found in the back of a 1990 or 1991 Plymouth Acclaim.
Lloyd Jackson, a spokesman for Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office, said officials estimate that the body had been there for “years” and said “the body is brown”- meaning it is well past the decomposition stage.
Jackson said medical examiners “inspected” the body but are waiting for an anthropologist from the University of Michigan that partners with the county to conduct special tests, such as those that will determine the body’s gender.
Jackson told the Detroit Free Press that the body was found lying down in the back seat dressed in a shirt and pants.
Detroit Police spokesman Dan Donakowski said officers were dispatched to the scene after the man discovered the body.
“We talked to the current tenants of that location and they were told that the actual homeowners had said basically don’t go in the garage, don’t put anything in the garage,” said Donakowski, who also stated that the investigation is ongoing.
This is not the first time a mummified body has been discovered in Michigan. Investigators also found a mummified body in Pontiac, Michigan, five years after its death in 2014.