Manchester bombing: Theresa May to confront Trump on investigation leaks


British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to confront President Donald Trump Thursday about leaks from the investigation into the deadly Manchester Arena attack — leaks that may have come from U.S. officials.

May said she planned to raise the issue to Trump at the NATO summit in Brussels, hoping to “make clear to President Trump that intelligence that is shared between our law enforcement agencies must remain secure.” A British official, who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity, said Manchester police would stop sharing information about their bombing investigation until they received a guarantee there would be no more leaks to the news media.




Never mind Obama refusing to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism,” now the BBC has suggested that calling terrorists “terrorists” might be a bigoted thought crime.

A tweet sent out by BBC Scotland asks, “Do you think we should remove the word “Islamist” or “terrorist” from our newspapers or does it categorise the atrocities for what they are?”

Because referring to Islamists who carry out atrocities in the name of Islam as “Islamists” might offend Islamists.

Even worse, calling terrorists who carry out acts of terror “terrorists” might be Islamophobic.

“Paging Mr Orwell, the BBC needs you to slap some sense into them,” responded popular YouTuber Sargon of Akkad.

“No that would be absolutely stupid. Get a grip,” remarked another Twitter user.

“If you don’t name them, they’ll cease to exist, right?” added another.

It’s no surprise that this comes from the BBC, an organization that is so politically correct it actively discourages white people from applying for jobs in order to make itself more ‘ethnically diverse’.

However, the mere notion that the words “Islamist” and “terrorist” should be censored because they don’t accurately “categorise the atrocities for what they are,” is totally absurd and suggests that the BBC thinks some terrorist atrocities are actually justified and that terrorists shouldn’t be called the pejorative term “terrorist”.

Absolute unbridled insanity.


Sen. Rand Paul Asks FBI Why Investigation into Omar Mateen Was Closed


Paul’s remarks came in response to the Democratic-led filibuster from Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, where Murphy led a group of Democrats and some Republicans, including Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA), to push for more gun control.

“I’m friends with Sen. Murphy, he and I have worked together on several resolutions with regards to war and with regards to foreign policy,” Paul said. “However, I’m not so sure he’s right on this issue.”

Specifically, Paul was referring to how Murphy was pushing for people on the government’s terrorism watch lists to be banned from buying weapons. After Paul surveyed the room by a show of hands asking if they felt that people on the terrorism watch list should or should not be able to buy guns, Paul then explained why the Democrats’ logic was off.

“So we have to ask why is it a good or bad idea? The first sort of impression from all of us is: Why the hell should a terrorist have a gun?” Paul said. “If you’re a terrorist, you shouldn’t have a gun. Then we have to ask: Well, how do they make the list and is everybody on the list a terrorist? This is a pretty important thing if you’re going to take away somebody’s rights.”

Paul then laid out how the terror watch list has “probably a million people on it” and “most live outside the country, or are foreigners” who don’t have constitutional rights. “But let’s say you’re here and you’re on the list: How did you get on the list?” Paul asked. He continued:



During a press conference, AG Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey acknowledged a concern that the terrorist attacks in Brussels would inspire copycats.


On this edition of The Infowars Nightly News we cover the recent bombings in Brussels, Belgium as well as voter fraud in Utah and the deployment of TSA viper teams.




She said the Brussels attack that killed more than 30 people is the “latest brutal reminder” that more must be done to defeat Islamic State militants.

So far it has not been determined if the suspected terrorists in Brussels used encrypted devices to plan or communicate during the attacks.

“We do not know yet what role, if any, encrypted communications played in these attacks,” Rep. Adam Schiff(D-Calif.) said in a statement. “But we can be sure that terrorists will continue to use what they perceive to be the most secure means to plot their attacks,”

In December during a debate with rival Bernie SandersClinton characterized encryption as a “terrorist tool used in the Paris attacks.” She said the US should launch a “Manhattan-like project” to “bring the government and tech communities together” so that law enforcement can “prevent attacks.”

In February House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia introduced a bill calling for a committee to examine encryption. Warner said the committee will be based on the 9/11 commission.

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said a congressional committee on encryption should make recommendations within 90 days.

“It could set the table for congressional action but also for the next administration,” said Warner. ” We want to maintain American innovation, but we also need to maintain American security. Encryption is part of the fabric of American security. We also need to have ways we can go after criminals and terrorists.”

McCaul said apps like Telegram and Wire that provide end-to-end encryption pose a challenge to law enforcement. He said encrypted private communications is “probably the biggest challenge to law enforcement I have seen in my lifetime.”