Thursday, March 16, 2017


Bertrand Daily Report 
The War For Our Mind & Soul Continues

Subject: Your Morning Intelligence Brief (March 16th, 2017) 

March 16th, 2017

Ed Note: Last night's Trump rally in Nashville was great....Trump emphasized border security along the Mexican border is estimated to be 61% more secure thus far and I.C.E. / ATF round-ups in major cities of Mexican illegal alien drug gangs "are happening as we speak." The full video of the rally is at The Power Hour (scroll down). Also...(our) Roger Stone was "t-boned" by a dark vehicle with blackout windows, a hit and run that nearly killed him yesterday. See several reports (below). This was the second attempt to assassinate Roger, a close confidante of President Trump, alleged by Dems as being a "Russian Agent / go between for Trump" and subject to a congressional "witch hunt" but certain rogue elements of the "Deep State" need him dead first so that Roger can be their "straw man" guilty as charged, without hearing his own testimony and innocence of such a charge. The Dems want to impeach Trump if they can prove Russian collusion. They are desperate to say the least and want Roger dead. Listen to Alex Jones this morning about this and hear from Roger himself. Show begins at 10am CDT and you can listen on your cell phone at: 605.562.4029 or As far as my own problem with a hack job of my bank account (nearly) I have signed-on to Life Lock for $10/mo. Any attempt by the asshole(s) to open an account or obtain a new credit card in my name will be intercepted immediately by Life Lock. These hackers have my social security number, children's birthdates and other information. I'm very suspicious, because the latest major hack of Yahoo by Russian agents could in no way have that information from anything on my computer, could only come from government records.  #DaveBertrand@bertranddave1

Today's Featured Article

In Trump era, some Mexican migrants head north - to Canada

Shortly after crossing the Rio Grande into the gang-infested border city of Reynosa, dozens of Mexicans deported during U.S President Donald Trump's first days in office said they would soon try to head north again - but this time to Canada.

In a Reynosa migrant shelter, just yards from the U.S. border, 26-year-old Cenobio Rita said he had earned about $3,000 a month installing playgrounds in Richmond, Virginia, before he was deported on Feb. 15 after police found marijuana in his car.









The Whole POINT of the Internet of Things Is So Big Brother Can Spy On You

The government is already spying on us through spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, streetlights, at airports and on the street, via mobile scanners and drones, through our credit cards and smart meters (see this), television, doll, and in many other ways.
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How Police Departments Use Civil Forfeiture to Collect Billions

Whenever you hear about tips to the police from confidential informants or “concerned citizens,” etc. keep this in mind: U.S. Communications Intelligence Secretly Shared with Law Enforcement for Use Against Americans in Criminal Investigations. So, mass surveillance and civil forfeiture: Is there a link?
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Comet Pizza Gunman To Plead Guilty In Plea Deal With U.S. Attorney

Back in early December, the Pizzagate situation took a bizarre turn for the worse when a gunman, since identified as 28-year-old North Carolina resident Edgar Welch, stormed the Comet Ping Pong pizza restaurant with a .38-caliber Colt revolver and an AR-15 in search of an alleged pedophilia ring thought to be tied to various members of Hillary's inner circle. After failing to find the evidence he sought, but not before letting off a couple of rounds inside the pizza joint in the process, Welch was arrested by Washington D.C. police.
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Relax, Global Citizen; The CIA Is Benign & Benevolent

The massive WikiLeaks Vault 7 release is an extremely important public service. It’s hard to find anyone not concerned by a secret CIA hacking program targeting virtually the whole planet – using malware capable of bypassing encryption protection on any device from iOS to Android, and from Windows to Samsung TVs.


Trump ally Roger Stone claims he may have been targeted by Russians in hit-and-run crash intended to stop him testifying about hacking scandal
The long-time Trump supporter insisted a tinted Sedan tried to 'off' him when it crashed into his car in Pompano Beach, Miami, on Wednesday morning.

Senators tell Rex Tillerson to investigate whether George Soros' pet left-wing foreign causes are getting taxpayer dollars 

Republican senators penned a letter to Rex Tillerson asking him to investigate whether George Soros-funded groups used taxpayer dollars to pick political winners.

Trump blasts the 'illegal' leak of two pages from his 2005 tax filing, calling it a 'disgrace' - but then says it's 'not an embarrassing tax return'
President Donald Trump blasted the 'illegal' leak of his taxes, after two pages from his 2005 return surfaced Tuesday night - and ended up doing little if any damage so far.

Spicey is ambushed AGAIN... but this time by his fans: Sean Spicer finally has a reason to smile as the put-upon press secretary poses for selfies at Trump's Nashville rally

After being accosted in an Apple store on Sunday, Sean Spicer had a happier encounter with the general public on Wednesday when fans in Nashville lined up to pose for him in selfies at Trump's rally.


David Olen Cross          Oregon Department of Corrections: Criminal Alien Report February 2017
The Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) February 1, 2017 Inmate Population Profile indicated there were 14,594 inmates incarcerated in the DOC's 14 prisons. -- Data obtained from the DOC indicated that on February 1st there were 967 foreign nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated in the state's prison system; more than one in every sixteen prisoners incarcerated by the state was a criminal alien, 6.63 percent of the total prison population........
Dallas Morning News          2 illegals accused of fatally stabbing Dallas man in the neck during Seagoville party
Two unauthorized immigrants from Honduras are accused of murdering a Dallas man during a party in Seagoville early Sunday morning. -- Officers found the man, 20-year-old Luis Fernando Sanchez-Guillen, unconscious from an apparent stab wound when they responded to the 700 block of Jack Street, near U.S. Highway 175 and East Malloy Bridge Road, Seagoville police spokesman Steve Davis said. -- Investigators determined that Sanchez-Guillen was at a party at the house in Seagoville when he got into an argument with brothers Carlos Francisco Fajardo-Torres, 18, and Christam Roberto Fajardo-Torres, 24, Davis said........
Sacramento Bee         Kevin de León fights Trump --- and your "misconceptions" --- about immigration in California
California Senate leader Kevin de León sat down for lunch on Monday, his still-boyish face clouded by an expression of subdued rage and disgust. -- He just had come from a contentious hearing at the state Capitol on a series of immigration bills that would cement California's position as the home office of opposition to President Donald Trump's immigration policies.......
WXYZ         700 Michigan State workers refuse to assist immigration agents
Roughly 700 Michigan State University employees have signed a statement vowing not to help federal immigration officials seeking to apprehend or deport students. -- The Lansing State Journal reports Wednesday the faculty and staff members signed the "statement of solidarity" with students who are refugees, immigrants or children of immigrants........
KVAL- TV -- Eugene        Lane County Sheriff says deputies won't perform immigration arrests
Eugene will become another “sanctuary city” in the U.S. -- The city council approved the “Protections for Individuals” Ordinance Monday night. -- State law prevents the use of city resources to enforce federal immigration law, unless related to a criminal offense. -- Council members say the new ordinance ensures if the state law changes, the city code and its protections will remain the same........          ICE arrests 61 immigrants in Nevada, 25 in Reno
Federal agents arrested 25 people in Reno during a week-long operation that targeted illegal immigrants. -- In total, 61 foreigners from six countries were arrested. Of that total, 55 people had criminal histories. That includes prior convictions for sex crimes, drug offenses and domestic violence, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. -- Of the 55 arrested, 18 were previously convicted of driving under the influence. Eight people also had prior drug offenses, and seven were convicted of fraud or identity theft........
KCRG-TV          Project aims to help undocumented illegals post bond
Bonding out costs undocumented immigrants thousands of dollars when they are taken into custody. One group in Iowa City is trying to make it a little easier for them to be freed before authorities deport them. -- It's called the Eastern Iowa Community Bond Project described as a grassroots mission to help undocumented community members. .......
L.A. Daily News         'He had no right to be here': Family faces illegal alien charged in woman's death
The fiance of a woman allegedly killed by an undocumented immigrant in a car crash last month railed against the system Tuesday after the suspect, who federal officials have said was deported five times from the United States, appeared in court for a preliminary hearing. -- Estuardo Alvarado, 45, is accused of killing 42-year-old Sandra Duran of Arleta after slamming into her car as he fled the scene of another collision. He is charged with being intoxicated at the time........
Greenville Sun         Dog Attack Trio Detained By Immigration Officials
The three men convicted in December of brutally injuring a dog in their Asheville Highway apartment are now in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and likely never to return to Greene County.-- Francisco Pultarco Flores, 33, Luis Hernandez Mendoza, 27, and Hector C. Mendoza, 25, were each sentenced in December 2016 by Circuit Court Judge Alex Pearson to one year in jail at 30 percent release eligibility on convictions of aggravated cruelty to animals........
Breitbart          Sanctuary Cities List Grows to Nearly 500, Notes Report
A new report shows sanctuary jurisdictions growing at an alarming rate. The Ohio Jobs and Justice Political Action Committee (OJJ) totaled nearly 500 sanctuary cities. The group has been tracking sanctuary cities for more than 10 years. -- The report claims sanctuary cities grew to nearly 500 with the addition of 36 new locales in 2017, The Washington Times reported. Previous reports by other organizations have listed sanctuary jurisdictions at around 300........


Known smuggler arrested and sentenced after Inter-Agency operation Wednesday, March 15, 2017 | Local Media Release
EDINBURG, Texas – Through a coordinated effort with the Joint Task Force-West, South Texas Corridor (JTF-W, STC), a known smuggler operating in Rio Grande City was arrested and sentenced for her role as an alien smuggling coordinator. On March 8,...

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 | Local Media Release
ROOSVILLE, Mont. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of Roosville seized marijuana and drug paraphernalia from two United States citizens arriving from Canada on Wednesday. The seizure occurred when the two travelers were...

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 | Local Media Release
YUMA, Ariz. – Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents working at immigration checkpoints on Interstate 8 and Arizona Highway 95 seized multiple loads of hard drugs Monday, while agents from Wellton Station’s forward operating base apprehended illegal...



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