In a piece published as part of their end of the week newsdump the NYTimes wrote a piece concerning Deputy US Attorney General Rodney Rosenstein's stalled coup attempt against US President Donald Trump (archived). According to the story after Rosenstein authored a memo recommending James Comey's firing Rosenstein solicited persons1 with access to the White House to surveil the president while Rosenstein himself would gaslight the president. Then according to the plan Rosenstein and conspirators would use recordings of a man reacting in anger to having been gaslit as evidence of "incapacity" and mount a coup from there.
Given the Pantsuit venue in which the report appeared, the plot appears to have been unsuccessful to the point its supporters had to escalate the gaslighting by collaborating with Pantsuit media to publish the plot, likely with critical details altered in order to bait the president into acting clumsily before he cements hold of the Senate in this fall's midterm elections. Earlier this month the NYTimes published a piece (archived) claiming to be from a Trump administration insider sabotaging President Trump's agenda from the inside. While the earlier piece is as likely to be fanfiction as it is the daydreams of a deskriding pantsuit manlet in a government office, the point of publishing these pieces is clearly to bait Trump into premature retaliation before the next congress is sworn in.
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Misfortune continues very publicly following Ghost Gunner Guy Cody Wilson as his effort to rent an apartment in Taiwan was thwarted by a rental agency which took his deposit and then reported him to local police presumably keeping the deposit in the process (archived). At the time Wilson was charged in Tavis County, Texas for crimes related to employing a sex worker he happened to have the fortune of incidentally being in Taiwan rather than the United States proper. Though Taiwan, the USG's unsinkable aircraft carrier, lacks an extradition treaty with the US there is a substantial likelihood Wilson will be deported to the US with the same effect should he interact with the local police.
Twenty six year old Snochia Moseley went retribution day on the Aberdeen, Maryland distribution center for Rite Aid (archived). Three were killed, three more were injured, and Snochia allegedly ended her retribution day by "shooting herself in the head." Per their own slogan, with Rite Aid it is personal.
US Senate Candidate Robert O'Rourke responded to a black male constituent's question on illegal immigration by asserting that the US needs more warm bodies picking cotton (archived). The fourth generation Irish American progre's preferred pronoun is the hispanic nickname Beto which he uses for electoral purposes.
3D printing enthusiast Cody Wilson has been charged in Tavis Country, Texas with "sexual assault of a child" after allegedly paying a sex worker he met through "SugarDaddyMeet.com" 500 USD to have sex with him in a hotel room (archived). Pantsuit media outlets are referring to the sex worker as the "accuser" and she is cited in the affidavit making allegations against her customer. Police are citing surveilance footage of his vehicle at the meetup location as evidence. In the past Cody Wilson pretended to Bitcoin involvement in collaboration with Amir Taaki.
The US "National Solar Observatory Sunspot Solar Observatory" in New Mexico has been closed since September 6th due to unexplained security reasons (archived). The FBI dominates the observed USG presence at the facility while state and local police are being denied information on the security issue present.
A member of the US Coast Guard's Hurricaine response team was removed from his post after NBC cameras caught him signalling everything is alright by flashing the "OK" hand sign (archived). In the last month members of the pantsuit outrage machine have attempted to stigmatize this visual signal for denoting everything is alright with escalating outrage over incidents where cameras have captured mostly1 white people using the common gesture as headline fodder.
The decision by the media outrage machine to latch onto an old meme developed between 2015 which attributed white power messages to a number of gestures including the entirety of the American Sign Language alphabet is the latest incident of humor being subjected to Hegelian frog boiling by the unyielding media social engineers. The habit of producing the "OK" symbol also happens to be ingrained in many Anglophones over the course of however many decades they have been alive ensuring plenty of unconsenting targets for the outrage machine to bring into their culture war.
Josh Garza of GAW miners infamy has been sentenced to 21 months in prison to be followed by 6 months of home confinement and 3 years of "supervised release" after pleading guilty to one count of wire fraud. The wire fraud relates to Garza's "paycoin" altcoin with the rest of his vaporware operation swept under the criminal liability rug.
Forbes reports that expert testimony given in September 2018 to the House Financial Services Committee by Oren Segal, director of the Anti-Defamation League Center on Extremism included:
However, some Bitcoin electronic payment processors aren’t willing to lend their services to white supremacists so the Daily Stormer website has Bitcoin donations mailed to its post office box, the same as any donations by cash, check or money order (archived)
The US Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has ruled that the unauthenticated web page snapshots on archive.org1 may be entered as legal evidence (archived). This is in spite of the myriad of mischief surrounding the service, in particular archive.org's active "curation" and in general the unreliability most "Internet Archivers" have when it comes to taking aomplete and faithful snapshots with many servers sending different content to archiving services than they send to other web browsers.