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4 shocking takeaways from Homeland Security Secretary’s interview on the migrant caravans

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen did an interview with Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge. In it, she revealed information that will be shocking to some. In this short video, five significant fears about the migrant caravans heading to our border were revealed.

  1. Not all “migrants” are from Central America. “We absolutely see people from the Middle East, from southeast Asia, from other parts of the world. They are not just from Central America.”
  2. They were organized and funded by… someone. “With respect to the timing and particular organization of these caravans, they’re not ‘organic,’ if you will. They’re definitely organized. They’re financed.”
  3. Women and children are being used to frustrate border police and the military. “We don’t want to get into a confrontation with a child or women so they’re almost being used as barriers at the front of some of these caravans.”
  4. Other caravans have fewer women and children. “The other caravans coming up are mostly single males.”

This last point is the one that should concern us the most. The first migrant caravan is an opening salvo, a way to set a precedent for the southern border to open up and allow future caravans to come in unimpeded. This is why we’re seeing more women and children in the first caravan. It gets most of the publicity. It gets the attention from the government and the press. By the time subsequent waves reach the border, their hope is interest will have waned.

The press and the left are determined to make everyone pay less attention to the migrant caravans. If we do, it would be a huge mistake. The threats are real and probably higher than most Americans even realize.

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MSNBC shows Florida vote totals the night before the election. Rigged or test run?

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MSNBC shows Florida vote totals the night before the election Rigged or test run

Conspiracy theorists, get your tinfoil hats ready. MSNBC posted a graphic showing the vote totals in Florida’s gubernatorial election with “99% in”… the night BEFORE the election. This is undeniable proof the elections are all rigged and winners are predetermined by the Illuminati.

Or something.

The faux pas caught All In host Chris Hayes off guard. He later explained:

“Quick clarification here. Just want to say, earlier this hour, uh, we showed a graphic of the Florida gubernatorial race. May have caught your eye because our system had inadvertently populated some test numbers. Obviously, we do not yet have any vote totals here, the night before the election. That was a misfire. Don’t worry. I was pretty confused when I saw it up there, to see it myself.”

The race was labeled a “Close Call” and showed Democrat Andrew Gillum with 3,343,634 votes to Republican Ron DeSantis’ 3,297,970 votes, 49.4% and 48.8% respectively.

Needless to say, conspiracy theorists will be watching this race closely to see how well the numbers match up. The joke will be on them, though, as obviously the Illuminati will change up the numbers and perhaps even flip-flop the winner and loser just to keep us all confused. That’s what they do, right?

MSNBC Puts Florida Vote-Count Graphic Onscreen On Night Before Election

https://deadline.com/2018/11/msnbc-graphic-mistake-florida-governor-race-1202496555/It’s the kind of goof that the folks who scream about “fake news” likely will scream about. MSNBC this evening briefly put a graphic onscreen that showed “vote counts” for the Florida gubernatorial race — you know, the one being held tomorrow.

It’s going to be a long day and night in America — and, to a lesser extent, around the world — on Tuesday, so stick with Deadline for coverage of the key national races along with what’s going on here in California.

My Take

Conspiracy theories aside, every network will be doing everything they can to make sense of the election as quickly as possible. Fox News is using a different model than the standard exit polls, one that has been gathering data since last week to get ahead of the release of actual vote counts. Other networks are doing similar things, using the accumulation of big data and social media scanners to make calls as quickly as possible.

Wouldn’t it be funny if the numbers turned out to be close to MSNBC’s “test results”? Of course, that would mean that Ron DeSantis loses to Andrew Gillum, and we all know DeSantis is going to win by a decent margin, right? RIGHT?

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Will ABC resurrect Roseanne?

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ABC Resurrect Roseanne

Update: A social media comment noted that this could also open the door for ABC to sell the rights to the show to another studio. That would jibe with them ordering a single additional episode to conclude it with Roseanne’s character coming back.

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It’s a crazy world. In this crazy world is Hollywood, which is a crazier world unto itself. Stranger things have happened than a studio reversing a decision and bringing back a character they’d previously fired for the sake of the good ol’ dollar.

As conspiracy theories go, this one is pretty mild. But the complete and total failure of The Conners and a subsequent ordering of a single additional episode give legs to this theory. It also presents a solution.

Ratings: “The Conners” Beaten By Everything, Drops in Total Viewers and Demo as ABC Orders Only 1 More Episode

https://www.showbiz411.com/2018/10/31/ratings-the-conners-beaten-by-everything-drops-in-total-viewers-and-demo-as-abc-orders-only-1-more-episodeBut the key demo sank, which isn’t a good sign. And the total viewers were down by 180K, which is a lot, frankly. People are leaving and they’re not coming back.

ABC has ordered 1 extra episode to the original order of 10. Sounds to me like a finale. Someone wakes up and says they dreamt Roseanne died. There’s a cackle from the next room. Fade to black.

It certainly sounds plausible that the studio may pull something like this. After all, they originally famously fooled us with the original series’ finale that revealed the final season was all fiction and that Dan, the family’s patriarch, had actually died. Then, he was revived for the series reboot.

If they brought back Dan, could they bring back Roseanne? Of course they could.

Reports already surfaced earlier this month that some at the studio regretted firing her in the first place.

Report: Two ABC Executives Regret Firing Roseanne, Fear Conners Could Flop

https://dailycaller.com/2018/10/12/report-abc-executives-regret-firing-roseanne/“We didn’t think it through properly. What Roseanne did was wrong but we shouldn’t have rushed to fire her. It was almost a knee-jerk reaction by Ben [Sherwood] and Channing [Dungey] who should have launched an investigation,” an ABC insider told The Daily Mail.

The ABC insider openly admits regretting not polling the general public before making a decision. The choice to cut Roseanne from the show occurred hours after her comments sparked backlash.

It’s conspicuous that they ordered a single additional episode. That is a good sign they’re planning on ending the show. But they could have easily ended it without ordering an additional show. Shows end without finishing the story all the time. Fans of Deadwood know what I mean.

The only feasible reason to order a single additional episode of a show that costs a ton to make (reportedly $350,000 per episode for John Goodman alone) is to end it in a way that opens the door… to a future revival of Roseanne. They did it with Dan. They can do the same thing with Roseanne’s character.

Would it be controversial? Of course. Her Tweet about Valerie Jarrett was terribly insensitive as Roseanne herself has admitted. But it would be extremely lucrative. The buzz alone would draw viewers to the first episode. If it delivers on the laughs and plays on the controversy, it could become a huge hit.

They’d need to do some PR work with her first. In fact, they could spin the PR work to actually help promote the show. Again, this is very doable.

The crazy world of Hollywood is hungry for hits. The Conners is not one. If they revive Roseanne’s character and make a few PR moves, they could actually have a bigger hit than they ever imagined possible. Controversy drives viewership, after all.

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Oracle’s future ‘cyber robot army’ is much scarier than the threat they defend against

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Oracles future cyber robot army is much scarier than the threat they defend against

Cloud security is a joke. It has been since the cloud itself was first envisioned. Now that there are hundreds of clouds of data out there ripe fro the picking by cyber criminals, Oracle has a security solution.

In theory, it’s brilliant. In reality, it’s much scarier than anything we’ve ever seen in cyber warfare.

Here’s the positive spin:

Oracle is building a robot army to protect data

https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/oracle-is-building-a-robot-army-to-protect-data“Clouds, [and the] modern cloud is constantly under attack by what are called botnets,” Oracle Executive Chairman Larry Ellison said during an exclusive interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo Opens a New Window. on Friday. “Some are state actors, some are individual cyber criminals and we’re building modern robotic defenses to protect our customers’ data.”

In Ellison’s opinion, the only way to “patch databases in a timely fashion” is by fully automating.

Before we go much further, it’s important to understand that these are not really “robots” that Oracle is describing, at least not the way most people perceive them. These are automated protocols that use what is called “machine learning” to recognize a problem, diagnose it, and treat it with the most effective countermeasure available at the moment. These will be less like robots and much more like automated doctors.

This all sounds like forward progress against cyber criminals. Here’s the thing. If it’s bad enough that we need “robots” to protect us, then eventually the “robots” on the other side will be stronger. In the cyber warfare world, it is easier to attack than to defend.

If, on the other hand, it’s not bad enough that we need “robots” but we’re getting them anyway, just in case, then these “robots” are what could eventually lead to our own demise.

It’s easy for people to push aside fears of extremely complicated futuristic concepts like artificial intelligence, quantum computing, or a combination of the two. We generally ignore things we don’t understand and the vast majority of people don’t understand any of these things very well. We may hear an occasional warning from famous people like Stephen Hawking or Elon Musk, but it all seems like a distant challenge others will have to deal with.

It’s not. It’s now.

When the gatekeepers, such as these “robots,” are tied into the power of quantum computing and the decision making abilities of artificial intelligent, the potential for intentional or inadvertent technological chaos suddenly becomes high.

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