Trump Award Rush Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Trump didn’t just award Rush a Presidential Medal of Freedom tonight.

He deputized him. Rush’s last days will be spent torpedoing the entire globalist world order with information straight from the top.

Each and every show from here on out is absolutely must listen. Rush is the perfect and willing vessel to conduct this final mission for truth for God and for country.


President Donald Trump interrupted his State of the Union address Tuesday night to praise conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and award him the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the gallery while Congress looked on.

Trump singled out Limbaugh during his speech, and praised him as “the greatest fighter and winner that you will ever meet.” Limbaugh revealed Monday on his show that he had been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.

“This is not good news, but what is good news is that he is the greatest fighter and winner that you will ever meet,” Trump stated. “Rush Limbaugh — thank you for your decades of tireless devotion to our country.”

Trump then announced that Limbaugh would receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom — the highest civilian award the president can give — and directed Melania to bestow the medal on an visibly surprised Limbaugh on the spot.

“Rush, in recognition of all that you have done for our nation, the millions of people a day that you speak to and that you inspire, and all of the incredible work that you have done for charity, I am proud to announce tonight that you will be receiving our country’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom,” Trump said.


Vodafone to remove Huawei from core European networks

Vodafone to remove Huawei from core European networks

Move will cost €200m but have limited financial impact on UK operations, says CEO Nick Read

Vodafone is to remove Huawei equipment from the sensitive, core parts of its mobile networks across Europe at a cost of €200m (£169m) over the next five years.

The group, which has 111 million customers across Europe, has taken the decision after the UK government’s move last week to limit the use of Huawei equipment in the country’s 5G network.

Nick Read, Vodafone’s chief executive, said the Huawei equipment replacement programme would have “very limited financial impact” on its UK operations as they were already mostly compliant with the new government measures.

Vodafone is to remove Huawei equipment from the sensitive, core parts of its mobile networks across Europe at a cost of €200m (£169m) over the next five years.

The group, which has 111 million customers across Europe, has taken the decision after the UK government’s move last week to limit the use of Huawei equipment in the country’s 5G network.

Nick Read, Vodafone’s chief executive, said the Huawei equipment replacement programme would have “very limited financial impact” on its UK operations as they were already mostly compliant with the new government measures.

Read said no European countries had indicated at this stage that they intended to introduce caps but because the UK had done so, Vodafone wanted to make its position clear on the potential impact.

“We need to be rolling out 5G to underpin a competitive landscape in a digital society. The US is racing ahead, China is racing ahead. We can’t hold back 5G deployment and caps would be restrictive on that basis,” he said.

On Wednesday, Nicky Morgan, the culture secretary, said Britain could work with its allies to introduce another equipment provider to the UK market. With Huawei locked out of the core of 5G networks, and a cap on involvement in non-core systems, operators are left with just two large alternative suppliers in Nokia and Ericsson.

“We are very determined … that another provider of 5G equipment is needed in order to provide that resilience to our very important 5G network,” Morgan said.

“It may well be we have to work with our international allies as well to make sure we either get another provider who is operating elsewhere to operate in the UK, or potentially to perhaps have another company that’s able to offer that equipment so that we are able to have that resilience in our system.”

Last week, BT said limiting the use of Huawei equipment in EE’s 5G mobile and full-fibre broadband networks would cost it £500m over the next five years.

Last January, Vodafone “paused” the use of Huawei equipment in its core network across Europe because of the debate about security concerns involving the Chinese telecoms corporation.


Fungi that EATS radiation found thriving inside the Chernobyl nuclear reactor could be used like a 'sun block' for humans

  • Fungi was found sprouting up the walls of abandoned gamma-flooded reactor 
  • Fungi absorbs harmful radiation and converts it into potentially useful energy
  • Scientists believe it could be used like radiation ‘sun block’ if turned to drug form

A strand of fungi which spawned inside the Chernobyl nuclear reactor and eats radiation could allow humans to insulate against deadly rays.

In 1991, five years after the disaster which rocked Ukraine, the black fungi was found sprouting up the walls of the abandoned reactor which had been flooded with gamma.

Baffled how it managed to survive the extreme conditions, scientists examined the microorganism – and were even more excited with their findings.

In addition to not perishing, they discovered that the fungi actually grows towards the radiation, as if attracted to it.

This is because of its large amounts of melanin – the pigment which turns skin dark – and allows the fungi to absorb normally harmful rays which it then converts into chemical energy.

In the same way in which plants convert carbon dioxide and chlorophyll into oxygen and glucose via photosynthesis, the fungi sapped up deadly rays which allowed it to produce energy.

This process – hailed radiosynthesis – has captured the attention of scientists because of its potentially revolutionary implications.

Kasthuri Venkateswaran, a research scientist at NASA who is leading the experiments on the Cryptococcus neoformans fungi, believes that by extracting its radiation-absorbing power and manufacturing it in drug form, it could be used as a ‘sun block’ against toxic rays.

It would allow cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy, nuclear power plant engineers and airline pilots to operate without fear of absorbing a deadly dose of rays, Venkateswaran envisaged to Scientific American magazine.

The fungi’s radiation-converting power could also be used to power electrical appliances, with it being touted as a possible biological answer to solar panels.

One anonymous researcher who specialises in the field also mooted its prospective role in developing biotechnology.

They explained on an online forum: ‘The fungi that grow in there (Chernobyl reactor) are radiotrophic fungi, that are rich in melanin.

‘Melanin absorbs radiation and converts it into other forms of energy (including electric).

‘My research is into the use of melanin in conjunction with water to convert electromagnetic radiation into electrical energy.

‘This technology will probably find its place in biotechnology as it is non toxic and biocompatible.’

Advances in using the powers of the fungi for medicinal purposes were gradual, but have been boosted in recent years by an ongoing study which saw samples of it sent into space.

By growing it in the International Space Station, where the radiation level is hiked compared to that on Earth, Venkateswaran and Professor Clay Wang of the University of Southern California were able to monitor mutation.

When microorganisms are put under more stressful environments, they release different molecules, which could further out understanding of the fungi and how it can be used to develop radiation-blocking drugs for humans.

The results of the experiment are yet to be published, leaving the scientific community waiting with baited breath over findings which could revolutionise human’s protection against radiation.


On April 26, 1986 a power station on the outskirts of Pripyat suffered a massive accident in which one of the reactors caught fire and exploded, spreading radioactive material into the surroundings.

More than 160,000 residents of the town and surrounding areas had to be evacuated and have been unable to return, leaving the former Soviet site as a radioactive ghost town.

The exclusion zone, which covers a substantial area in Ukraine and some of bordering Belarus, will remain in effect for generations to come, until radiation levels fall to safe enough levels.

The region is called a ‘dead zone’ due to the extensive radiation which persists.

However, the proliferation of wildlife in the area contradicts this and many argue that the region should be given over to the animals which have become established in the area – creating a radioactive protected wildlife reserve.


The Utter Disaster Of The Iowa Caucuses Shows That The Democrats Still Have No Clue Why Trump Won

The utter disaster of the Iowa caucuses may have fatally wounded Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential bid and revived the specter of 2016 for Sanders supporters. Most of all, it shows that the Democrats still have no clue why Trump won.

The latest news coming out of Des Moines is showing former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) jockeying for the win, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) in third place and former VP and presumed “front-runner” Biden bringing up the rear. That’s with only 71 percent of the precincts reporting, however, amid “unacceptable” delays in reporting caused by a “coding error” in the app used to tally the results, according to Iowa party chair Troy Price.

America reacted with “you had one job” and “dumpster fire” memes – with President Donald Trump himself retweeting the latter at one point on Tuesday – but the entire fiasco is no laughing matter.

If this happened literally anywhere else in the world, the State Department would be calling for regime change and Treasury would be imposing sanctions, all while the Pentagon counts the ammunition to make sure it has enough for some ‘kinetic’ democracy promotion.

Fortunately for the US, no other country wishes to do unto it what it does unto others. That still leaves the fallout from the Iowa disaster, however – which looks pretty bad for pretty much everyone involved.

Take Joe Biden: a faithful agent of the Democrat establishment, the “minder” foisted upon Barack Obama in 2008 to ensure that the man who beat DNC darling Hillary Clinton doesn’t bring too much hope and change. He didn’t run in 2016, letting Clinton and Sanders clobber each other. When he did announce for 2020, he was conspicuously not endorsed by Obama.

His status as front-runner in national polls has been invoked by House Democrats to declare any probing into his family’s business dealings overseas would be “foreign meddling” in the election and literally a pretext to impeach Trump. Yet in Iowa, he finished behind a small-town mayor from Indiana and two out of three sitting senators running for the DNC nomination.

Even the mainstream media outlets, that have until recently acted as his bodyguard, are now turning their backs on Uncle Joe.

What about Warren? She may have come in third overall, but data coming in from Iowa shows she is nobody’s first choice. Buttigieg, Sanders, Biden and even Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota) have at least one county where they’re in the lead; not Warren.

As for “Mayor Pete,” he rushed to claim victory on Monday evening, long before any data from the caucuses was actually available – further fueling speculation about his campaign’s shadowy relationship with the company contracted to develop and run the app used to report the votes.

The “expert” staff behind the app had previously worked for Clinton’s campaign – that notable bastion of computer competence and cybersecurity – so it surprised precisely no one when the Iowa party blamed “coding errors” for the reporting fiasco.

What may yet doom Buttigieg’s candidacy is the uncanny memetic similarity between him and the self-styled “interim president” of Venezuela Juan Guaido.

Initial reports that Sanders had more votes than Buttigieg but was still behind – thanks to the arcane caucus system, which sometimes involves coin tosses – must have raised the spectre of 2016 for many of his supporters. While that may be a cause for concern to Sanders, it’s truly bad news for the Democrats.

Four years of Democrats shouting “RUSSIA” and “Orange Man Bad” haven’t erased the memories of Sanders supporters who saw evidence that their candidate was cheated in emails and documents published by WikiLeaks. The DNC never denied those revelations; in fact, subsequent testimonies by former party officials only confirmed them further. The party doesn’t seem to have done anything to address this cancer.”

As someone who reported from both party conventions in 2016, I saw firsthand how Trump won in Cleveland by charming the GOP holdovers into supporting him in the end – and how Clinton triumphed in Philadelphia not by winning over, but by completely alienating the ‘Berniecrats.’ The difference in energy and tone from one to the other was unmistakable.

That, and not “Russia” – or Facebook memes, or Twitter trolls, or Jim Comey, or any other excuse offered by Hillary Clinton – is why Trump won. If he is anywhere as bad as the Democrats say he is, all the Democrats had to do was not screw up their 2020 nomination process.

To quote Glenn Greenwald, “They’re off to a spectacular start.”


MSNBC Anchor Says Netanyahu is One of the World's 'Bad Guys,' Puts Jewish Leader in List With Putin

MSNBC host Chris Matthews said Israel’s longtime prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was one of the world’s “bad guys,” lumping him in with brutal dictators such as Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s Recep Erdoğan.

Matthews observed during his Tuesday night show that President Donald Trump likes “bad guys” on the world stage more than world leaders Matthews views as good, such as French president Emanuel Macron.

“He does seem to be a guy who doesn’t like the good guys of the world, he seems to like the bad guys,” Matthews said. “He doesn’t like Macron, or Justin Trudeau, or the chancellor of Germany—they’re all too regular for him—he likes the bad guys, he wants to be one of them.”

As MSNBC commentator Steve Schmidt responded by saying Trump “fetishizes the Erdogans, and the Putins, and the dictators,” he was interrupted by Matthews who wanted to add Israel’s Netanyahu to the list.

“Let’s throw in Netanyahu,” Matthews said.

Netanyahu is the longest serving prime minister in Israel’s history, serving first a stint from 1996 to 1999 and now in the midst of a longer tenure that began in 2009. A recent Gallup poll found Netanyahu to be the foreign leader most admired by the American people.




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Trump Award Rush Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom