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14 January 2020 - (Iran report included) Dinner News

President Trump has been working on this for a long time...

Trump filed Make America Great Again as a Trademark back on 11/12/.2012 right after Obama was reelected.  

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The viral clips of Ricky Gervais savaging Hollywood at the Golden Globes got more views than the actual show.

Now that tells you something. Race Hoax Actor may ensnare important Democrats in a criminal conspiracy:

A Cook County judge has ordered Google to turn over Jussie Smollett’s emails, photos, location data and private messages for an entire year as part of the special prosecutor’s investigation into the purported attack on the actor. Two sweeping search warrants, obtained by the Chicago Tribune, provide the first public glimpse at the direction of the probe by special prosecutor Dan Webb more than four months into the investigation.The warrants, filed last month in Circuit Court, sought a trove of documentation from Smollett and his manager’s Google accounts — not just emails but also drafted and deleted messages; any files in their Google Drive cloud storage services; any Google Voice texts, calls and contacts; search and web browsing history; and location data.

Investigators sought a full year’s data — from November 2018 to November 2019 — even though the key events in the controversy took place between late January and late March 2019. Authorities could be looking for any incriminating remarks from Smollett or his manager, especially in the months after State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s office abruptly dismissed disorderly conduct charges against the then-"Empire" actor just weeks after his indictment.

Smollett, who is African American and openly gay, has declared the dismissal a vindication of his claims that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack.The mysterious reversal by Foxx’s office — coming after Foxx herself stepped aside from overseeing the prosecution — sparked a public outcry that ultimately led Judge Michael Toomin to appoint Webb as special prosecutor in late August. The real goal of the Iranians was to create a hostage situation in the US Embassy - echoing the gamy they played so many years ago... Nikki Haley on Iran: Nearly everyone in the world except the Democrats wanted the terrorist dead:

HALEY:  You could see the ayatollah crying today, because that was his number one strategist. That was the number one guy that has literally told all of the proxies in all of these countries who to kill, when to kill, how to kill. And that guy is now gone.   ...

HANNITY: Great question, yes.  

What -- do you agree with -- listen, I have always liked General Petraeus. He's a great general, patriot, hero in this country. He said, it's impossible to overstate the importance of this particular action. It's more significant than the killing of bin Laden, even the death of al-Baghdadi.  

And he said Soleimani was the architect, operational commander of the Iranian effort to solidify control, the so-called Shia crescent stretching from Iran to Iraq, through Syria and Southern Lebanon.  

I think that's the reason why the Jordanians, Egyptians and Saudis now are working with the Israelis, which I don't think anybody saw coming.  

 Well, and I will tell you this. You don't see anyone standing up for Iran.  

You're not hearing any of the Gulf members. You're not hearing China. You're not hearing Russia. The only ones that are mourning the loss of Soleimani are our Democrat leadership, and our Democrat presidential candidates.

HANNITY: That is sad.

HALEY: No one else in the world, because they knew that this man had evil veins. They knew what he was capable of. And they saw the destruction and the lives lost based from his hands.

Cleaning up loose ends in Iraq:

A leading pro-Iran militia commander has been killed in Iraq, according to the Daily Mail. 

Taleb Abbas Ali al-Saedi, a high-level leader of the Popular Mobilization Forces, was shot dead on Saturday in Karbala, a city about 60 miles southwest of Baghdad, the British news outlet reported. The identities of the gunmen are unknown. 

Local Iraqi media claim that al-Saedi was "assassinated" by unknown shooters. No further details about the gunmen were available. Trump Tweet:

To the brave, long-suffering people of Iran: I've stood with you since the beginning of my Presidency, and my Administration will continue to stand with you. We are following your protests closely, and are inspired by your courage.

This tweet by @realDonaldTrump with more than 100k likes is already the most liked Persian tweet in the history of Twitter. A strong show of support by Iranians for Trump's Iran policy, something the MSM does not and will not report.

Also on Sunday, Hossein Salami, commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, said that missiles it fired early on Wednesday on Iraqi bases housing US troops did not represent an attempt to kill American personnel.“Our aim was not really to kill enemy soldiers. That was not important,” he told parliament.In a meeting between Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani and the emir of Qatar, both sides agreed de-escalation is the “only solution” to the regional crisis, the emirate’s ruler said afterwards.The current crisis claimed a tragic toll when Iran — on hair-triggered alert just after attacking the Iraqi bases — last Wednesday accidentally shot down the Ukraine International Airlines plane, killing all 176 people aboard. Iran state TV sees at least 2 news anchors quit: 'Forgive me for the 13 years I told you lies' Fox News ^ | 01/14/2020 | Louis Casiano 

At least two Iranian journalists at a state-owned media outlet reportedly resigned from their jobs, with one of them apologizing to viewers for "the 13 years I told you lies." 

As Tehran continues to grapple with the fallout from protests stemming from a cover-up of its accidental downing of a Ukrainian airliner, TV anchor Gelare Jabbari addressed her viewers on an Instagram post that appears to have been deleted. 

“It was very hard for me to believe that our people have been killed," the post read, according to The Guardian. "Forgive me that I got to know this late. And forgive me for the 13 years I told you lies.” 

Two other news anchors at the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) thanked their supporters in separate statements. 

“Thank you for accepting me as anchor until today," said Zahra Khatami. "I will never get back to TV. Forgive me.” 

Fellow anchor Saba Rad said she was leaving journalism after 21 years. 

“Thank you for your support in all years of my career," she said. "I announce that after 21 years working in radio and TV, I cannot continue my work in the media. I cannot.” 

The resignations come as Iranians again took to the streets in anti-government protests Monday. Many are calling for the ouster of government leaders after the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger plane that Iran initially denied responsibility for. Tehran later walked back its denial and admitted to downing the plane in a misfire during attacks on bases in Iraq where American troops are housed. The attacks followed the killing of Iranian Quds Gen. Qassem Soleimani in a U.S. airstrike.

(Excerpt) Read more at ... SAMs can be used on embassies as well as aircraft… and perhaps a President

A lawyer representing one of the whistleblowers with knowledge of the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi last September says 400 surface-to-air missiles were "diverted to Libya" during the attack and fell into "the hands of some very ugly people."

In an interview with Washington, D.C., radio station WMAL on Monday, Beltway lawyer Joe diGenova said he "does not know whether [the missiles] were at the annex, but it is clear the annex was somehow involved in the distribution of those missiles," reported.

'A lot of people have come forward to share information with us,' he said during the radio station's 'Mornings On The Mall' program Monday morning.

'We have learned that one of the reasons the administration is so deeply concerned' is that 'there were 400 surface-to-air missiles stolen, and that they are ... in the hands of many people, and that the biggest fear in the U.S. intelligence community is that one of these missiles will be used to shoot down an airliner. 400 missiles, surface-to-air missiles, taken from Libya.'

Asked if the missiles are now 'in the hands of al-Qaeda operatives,' DiGenova replied, 'That is what these people are telling us.'

About that Plane Being Shot Down in Iran: According to reports, SIX of these people were NUCLEAR SCIENTISTS. Visiting IRAN. At the same time. on the same plane. What are the chances that it's coincidence?

There were a lot of people on that plane that have the background to be working for Iranian weapons systems - nuclear and biological:

Mojtaba Abbasnezhad​, 26, was an engineering PhD student at the University of Toronto.

Iman Aghabali, 28, was an electrical engineer and PhD student at McMaster University in Hamilton.

Fareed Arasteh, 32, was a biology PhD student at Carleton University in Ottawa. He was in Iran to get married, but his fiancée, Maral Gorginpour, wasn’t on the plane: she was waiting in Iran for a visa to join her husband.

Arshia Arbabbahrami was a Grade 12 student at Western Canada High School in Calgary.

A family from Ajax, Ont. was on the plane: Wife Evin Arsalani, 30, husband Hiva Molani, 38, and one-year-old daughter Kurdia Molani.

Siblings Mohammad Asadi Lari, 23, and Zeynab Asadi Lari, 21, were visiting their parents and younger sister in Iran, a family friend said. Both were students at the University of Toronto, in medicine and science, respectively.

Roja Azadian was supposed to travel to Canada with her husband, a student at Ottawa’s Algonquin College, but a ticket mix-up meant he couldn’t board the plane with her.

Ghanimat Azhdari, a University of Guelph PhD student, was from a tribal territory in Iran and worked with advocacy groups for Indigenous rights and biodiversity.

Edmonton OB-GYN Shekoufeh Choupannejad, 56, was in Iran visiting family with daughters Saba Saadat, 21, a University of Alberta science student, and Sara Saadat, 23, a U of A science graduate.

Delaram Dadashnejad, 26, was a student in Vancouver coming back from a visit to Tehran, according to her friend Dina Sarpoushan of North Vancouver.

Asgar Dhirani, 74, was a semi-retired accountant from the Toronto area who came to Iran for a tour of religious sites. His wife, Razia, was touring with him but travelled home on another flight.

Behnaz Ebrahimi, 45, was a property valuation analyst in Toronto.

Mansour Esnaashary Esfahani, 29, was an engineering PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo. A friend at the school told The Globe he had gone to Iran to get married, but his wife, Hanieh, was not on the plane.

Dr. Parisa Eghbalian, 42, a dentist from Aurora, Ont., was with daughter Reera Esmaeilion, 9.

Mehdi Eshaghian was an engineering PhD student at McMaster.

harieh Faghihi, 58, was a Halifax dentist.

Faezeh (Fran) Falsafi, 46, was a sales representative at HomeLife/Bayview Realty Inc. in Richmond Hill, Ont. She was in Iran visiting family, according to a colleague.

Shakiba Feghahati, 39, and son Rosstin Moghaddam, 10, were returning from a visit to her parents.

Marzieh (Mari) Foroutan, 37, was a geography PhD student at the University of Waterloo, a school spokesman confirmed.

Mortgage agent Iman Ghaderpanah, 34, was travelling with his wife Parinaz Ghaderpanah, 33.

Newlyweds Siavash Ghafouri-Azar, 35, and Sara Mamani, 36, were on their way back to Quebec after their wedding.

Amirhossien Ghasemi was a graduate student at the University of Manitoba’s biomedical engineering program, a friend at the school told The Globe.

Milad Ghasemi Ariani was a University of Guelph PhD student in marketing and consumer studies, the university confirmed.

Mahdieh Ghassemi, 38, was an architect on a family trip with son Arsan Niazi, 11, and daughter Arnica Niazi, 8.

Suzan Golbabapour, 49, was a realtor in Richmond Hill, Ont. Her Instagram account also showed she worked as a personal fitness trainer.

Sahar Haghjoo, 37, worked at the Toronto YWCA to help immigrant and refugee women settle in Canada. She was on the plane with Elsa Jadidi, 8, her only child.

Civil engineers Bahareh Hajesfandiari, 41, and Mirmohammad Sadeghi, 43, of Winnipeg were travelling with daughter Anisa Sadeghi, 10.

Vancouver-area engineer Ardalan Ebnoddin Hamidi, 48, and teacher Niloufar Razzaghi, 45, were a couple travelling with daughter Kamyar Ebnoddin Hamidi, 15.

Saeed Kashani, 30, was a PhD candidate in chemistry at the University of Ottawa. A friend of his told The Globe he was in Iran to visit his parents and siblings.

Dr. Forough Khadem, 38, was an immunology researcher at the University of Manitoba.

Fatemeh Mahmoodi, 31, was a finance student at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, the school said in a statement.

Maryam Malek, 41, was also a Saint Mary’s student in the same program as Ms. Malek.

Mohammad Moeini, 35, was a mechanical designer at Bombardier Recreational Products in Valcourt, Que., the company said in a statement.

Engineer Arvin Morattab, 37, of Saint-Bruno-Que., was travelling with wife Aida Farzaneh, according to the Windsor Star.

A married couple of University of Alberta engineering professors, Pedram Mousavi, 47, and Mojgan Daneshmand, 43, were travelling with daughters Daria Mousavi, 14, and Dorina Mousavi, 9.

Winnipegger Farzaneh Naderi, 38, was travelling with her son Nozhan Sadr, 11.

Zahra Naghibi, 44, was a civil engineer and PhD candidate at the University of Windsor returning from a holiday trip with her husband.

Milad Nahavandi, 34, was a PhD student in the Industrial Bioproduct Lab at Western University.

Alma Oladi was a mathematics PhD student at the University of Ottawa.

Alireza (Ali) Pey, 47, was an electrical-engineering graduate who founded a startup in the Ottawa area.

Mansour Pourjam, 53, was a lab technician at the Ottawa Denture & Implant Centre.

Dr. Naser Pourshabanoshibi, 53 and Dr. Firouzeh Madani, 54, were a married couple, both physicians, who were returning home to North Vancouver after visiting their parents in Iran.

University of Alberta students Arash Pourzarabi, 26, and Pouneh Gorji, 25, were in Iran to get married.

Ontario Tech University sessional lecturer Razgar Rahimi, 38, died on board with wife Farideh Gholami and son Jiwan Rahimi, 3.

Nasim Rahmanifar was a graduate student in mechanical engineering at the University of Alberta.

Niloufar Sadr, 61, was a political activist and former art-gallery manager in Montreal. She had three children.

Mechanical engineer Mohsen Salahi, 31, and civil engineer Mahsa Amirliravi, 30, were a couple who taught at Toronto’s Cestar College of Business, Health and Technology.

North Vancouver engineer Mohammad (Daniel) Saket, 33, was on the plane with wife Fatemah (Faye) Kazerani, 32, his company said in a statement.

Mohammad Salehe, 32, was a University of Toronto PhD student.

University of Windsor PhD student Hamidreza Setareh, 31, and researcher Samira Bashiri, 29, were a married couple who had been in Canada for about a year.

Sheyda Shadkhoo, 41, worked as a control substances co-ordinator at the the Markham office of the inspection and certification SGS, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Afifa Tarbhai, 55, was an accounts administrator at a Toronto property-management firm travelling with daughter Alina Tarbhai, 31, an administrative clerk at the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation.

Maya Zibaie, 15, was a Grade 10 student at Toronto’s Northern Secondary School.

Sounds like Canadians, eh? kek And the most interesting one of all perhaps:

Specifically supplying U.N. backed, Turkey supported, Government of National Accord forces. The company had a plane destroyed in Libya, mid-2019, by a UAE drone.


Obama State Department treason:

Flashback. 3 years ago this week. Final days of Obama admin. Team Obama rushed to let Iran import 130 tons of uranium, enough to make 10 nukes. When asked what Iran was going to do with all that material, State Dept spokesman said "I'm not going to speculate one way or another.”

Julian Assange: “Clinton and ISIS are funded by the same money.” 2.5 minute video of Julian Assange: Hillary Clinton Promises To Bomb Iran as President - YouTube

30 seconds

Mindless aggression without any negotiation or anything. Stupid.

Kerry is brazenly violating the Logan Act:

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