MSM Will Not Cover Treason, North Korea Update, Cartoon Markets

Friday, October 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Greg Hunter
October 20, 2017

The mainstream media refuses to cover the real Russian collusion and treason story. If you watch the MSM, you will not hear that President Obama and Hillary Clinton signed away one-fifth of U.S. uranium production with what looks like bribes to the Clinton Foundation in the form of “donations.” The FBI, under Robert Mueller, knew all about the shady Russia deal and ignored it. The second in command at the Justice Department, Rob Rosenstein, also knew about it as he investigated part of the kickbacks and bribes surrounding the deal. Fast-forward to today, and you have Rosenstein hiring Robert Mueller to investigate Trump and collusion with the Russians in the 2016 election. There has not been a single person charged after a year and a half of “investigating” by Mueller. There are calls for these people to step down and an investigation be started on all involved in this uranium deal. You cannot make this stuff up.

The U.S. Navy and South Korea are conducting war games around the Korean peninsula. North Korea has slammed the warship gathering as a “rehearsal for war.” Meanwhile, Russia is warning the U.S. not to “back North Korea into a corner.”

There is one all-time high after another in the markets these days. Why are the markets so exuberant since the economy is not growing at a rate above 2%? It’s so crazy it’s like a cartoon. Is it because the Fed will have a new and even more dovish Chairman soon when Janet Yellen’s term ends? Are things about to turn up because of Trump, or is it a super nova stock market top getting ready to blow into a black hole? Renowned Yale economics professor Robert Shiller is warning 1987 could “happen again.”

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