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Trump Gave Mueller Docs Regarding Alleged Source Of Pee-Dossier



(Via The Daily Caller)

The Trump Organization has given Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Congress a slew of emails and documents about meetings involving the real estate companies’ executives, according to CNN.

And some of those records pertain to a Belarusian-American businessman who is said to be a major source for the infamous Steele dossier.

CNN reports that sometime last year, the Trump Organization, the Trump family’s real estate company, provided records dated from June 2015 through Jan. 2017.

According to CNN, the records are for “the activities of the company’s executives as well as meetings and events, including emails and calendar entries, mostly connected to campaign-related matters.”

The records include information about the June 9, 2016 meeting held at Trump Tower between Donald Trump Jr. and a group of Russians, the billionaire Agalarov family, which has done business with the Trumps, and a speech that Trump Jr. gave in Oct. 2016 to a pro-Russia think tank in Paris.

Trump Organization also handed over documents related to Sergei Millian, the chairman of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce who is reported to be a source cited heavily in the dossier.

Millian was identified by The Wall Street Journal, ABC News, and The Washington Post last year as a source for some of the most troubling allegations from the dossier — including that Trump engaged with prostitutes in Moscow and that the Trump campaign was colluding with the Kremlin.

Millian, whose real name is Siarhei Kukuts, has previously claimed to have ties to Trump and his real estate empire. He was also in frequent contact during the presidential campaign with George Papadopoulos, a Trump campaign adviser whose activities were reportedly the spark for the FBI’s Russia investigation, which began in July 2016.

Millian has remained low-key since the dossier was published by BuzzFeed nearly a year ago, issuing only vague denials about being a source for the report.

ABC News reported that Millian may have unwittingly talked to someone who was relaying information to Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote the dossier on behalf of Fusion GPS, an opposition research firm that was working for the Clinton campaign and DNC.

Millian is not identified in the version of the dossier published by BuzzFeed, but ABC reported that he is identified in a copy provided to the FBI.

Trump associates have insisted that Millian has overstated his ties to Trump and his real estate firm.

Michael Cohen, a lawyer for the Trump Organization who was in contact with Millian in 2016, has called Millian a “phony.”

He told The Daily Caller last year that he was last in contact with Millian on Nov. 2, 2016, just days before the presidential election. Millian was attempting to have Trump speak at a business event in New York or Switzerland, said Cohen.

But Cohen claimed that he rejected Millian’s request, telling him via email that “you’re clearly seeking attention, something that I have no interest in giving you.”

Cohen declined to share that email, which is now likely in the hands of Russia investigators.

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Refugee Admissions Cut 77% Under Trump From Obama



(Via Washington Examiner)

The Trump administration, which has proposed a massive 60 percent reduction in refugee admissions from the Obama-era high of 110,000, is expected to cut that number even deeper. according to preliminary estimates.

Experts evaluating the administration’s latest refugee totals now predict a slash of over 77 percent, to 25,000 refugees a year.

“The national quota was lowered drastically by the Trump administration from 2018. His quota is, like, 45,000. Likely by the end of the year the number will be substantially less than even that,” according to Don Barnett, a fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies and widely published on refugee resettlement and asylum issues.

At a Tuesday conference, he added that Trump could “zero out” refugees, because it is up to the president to set levels.

Based on current refugee statistics, he said that the administration will likely allow in far less than the proposed ceiling of 45,000. “I personally think it will come in at half that. I think it will come in at 25,000 or so,” said Barnett. “It’s not going to come anywhere near 45,000,” he added.

Obama averaged 75,000 refugee admissions every year, he said.

Refugees have become controversial around the nation as more have poured in. State and local communities have balked at the costs, about $3,000 each, and the right they have to welfare and medical help.

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Social Justice Warrior Company tanks to 5 year low



Market Watch released the following article about a Company known for sugary cartoon cereals.

Shares of General Mills Inc. GIS, -9.60% plunged 9.6% toward a 5-year low in morning trade Wednesday, enough to pace the S&P 500’s SPX, +0.24% decliners, after the consumer foods company reported a fiscal third-quarter profit that beat expectations but slashed its outlook.

The stock hit an intraday low of $44.79, the lowest level seen since Feb. 19, 2013. A close at current levels would mark the biggest one-day percentage decline since it shed 11.2% on March 18, 2009, also following fiscal third-quarter results. The stock has now plummeted 24.5% over the past 12 months, while the SPDR Consumer Staples Select Sector ETF XLP, -0.93% has lost 5.4% and the S&P 500 has climbed 15.9%.

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Officially they blame the loss on the “cost of freight”..

Some people believe the decline may be an economic indicator of the unpopularity of the companies Marxist Community Organizing and Virtue Signaling and past attempts to dominate consumers.

Protests of the General Mills Community Organizing for marxism thru Sugary cartoon cereal goes back to at least 2012:


Angered by General Mills decision to come out against a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage, Minnesota for Marriage urged people to “dump” the Golden Valley company’s products. 

“General Mills cares more about profits than it does about kids. They should stay out of the amendment business, and stick to the cereal business,” said one supporter.

Chuck Darrell, campaign director for Minnesota for Marriage says he’s disappointed that General Mills spends billions on marketing to families only to turn around and support a cause that is so destructive to families.


Here in their own report on “Global Responsibility” ,  they claim:

Goal:  Protect the resources upon which our business depends.

We do this by promoting environmentally and socially responsible practices across our value chain.

They are also a big proponent of Global Climate change in the weather. Is that their “Value Chain”?


Back in 2014 General Mills was involved in a public case of forced Arbitration.

“What General Mills is really doing is testing the extent to which they can impose these adhesion contracts on unaware customers,” said Reuben Guttman, a board member at the American Constitution Society and a partner at Grant & Eisenhofer. “The average person doesn’t retain counsel to buy cereal.”


May 27, 2014 / — Food manufacturing giant General Mills adopted very aggressive measures in getting consumers to adopt a forced arbitration clause and found it bit off more than it could chew last month, according to an article on Public Justice. The company makes Cheerios, Wheaties and Betty Crocker products, among many others.

The language initially adopted by General Mills stated that when a consumer interacted with the company in certain ways, such as viewing its website, downloading coupons, subscribing to e-mails and entering contests, he or she gave up their right to participate in any class action lawsuit against the company and, if something went wrong with their products, the consumer could only pursue their legal claims through arbitration.

General Mills’ arbitration clause was unusual in several ways, most importantly in how members of the public supposedly were going to agree to it. Instead of going into effect when a person signed a written agreement or clicked “I agree” to a set of internet terms and conditions, General Mills took the position that a consumer would abandon his or her legal right to a trial or class action status simply by visiting its website.

Thanks in good part to the power of social media, consumers took notice and a shower of negative publicity, including a New York Times article, flowed into General Mills’ corporate cereal bowl like so much sour milk. Those consumers, connecting with friends and family on social media, voiced their opposition to General Mills’ proposed legal language. The negative feedback was so harsh that General Mills backtracked on the issue.


Sometimes you should just stick to making cereal.

Flashback LUCKY number 7 

According to the Star Tribune 2017:

Sales have now dropped for seven straight quarters for the Golden Valley-based company, but it has maintained profits by cutting costs. In the three months ended Feb. 26, General Mills’ operating profit was 1 percent higher than it was in the same period two years ago despite sales that were 13 percent lower.

Executives faced intense questioning from investment analysts about how long that can go on. One asked whether they were considering selling the Pillsbury and Progresso lines, two popular brands that were hit hard in the latest period. The executives said they weren’t.

They stuck to their goal of increasing the company’s profit margin. And they said they can arrest the sales declines with better pricing tactics and new yogurt products. “It’s a matter of our price competitiveness and getting back to levels of innovation on yogurt that we feel can … get us back to growth in that business,” Jeff Harmening, company president, said.

Doesn’t sounds like Freight was their problem…


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Kroger Deconstructed- A Corporate Community Organizer says: No Photos of Guns -Eat Data



A grocery store chain that says customer satisfaction is top priority to them, has decided to use their platform to shame gun owners and gun makers.

Kroger said it will stop selling magazines that feature assault rifles as part of a tightening of its policies in the wake of the Parkland mass shooting and growing national anger over gun violence.

The Cincinnati-based supermarket retailer said the new policy is being phased in now across its national chain. Kroger didn’t name specific titles, but periodicals that have featured assault weapons include: Guns & AmmoTactical Life and Recoil.

“We regularly review the company’s assortment of periodicals and make merchandising decisions based on customer preferences,” said Kroger spokeswoman Kristal Howard.


“This is a victory for communities and for common sense. And it’s a positive step for our pension fund beneficiaries and for public safety,” New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, who oversees the city’s public pension funds, said in a statement. Stringer said he had called for Kroger to cease selling firearms last year.

Kroger is a part of a movement of corporations to force customers to bend to their anti-second amendment agenda.  Kroger owns Fred Meyers stores and joins Walmart Corporations with other Democrat Community Organizing groups in a well-funded campaign to apply pressure to The People’s representatives without their consent.


Populist Wire did reach out to Kroger for a Statement, we will update you if we get one.

Twitter Responds:


Here he is at Shop Talk. “Shoptalk is the world’s largest conference For retail & ecommerce innovation”

(Fancy name for Community organizing for the left)

Global this- Global that..

“Yael collaborated closely with executives at Kroger as well as Tesco, Macy’s and Raley’s among others, to deliver innovative customer insight and personalization platforms.”

(What does that have to do with selling food?)




From the Shop Talk Site:

Shoptalk covers the rapid evolution of how consumers discover, shop and buy—from new technologies and business models to the latest trends in consumer behaviors, preferences and expectations.

Established retailers and brands, startups, tech companies, investors, media, analysts and others come together at Shoptalk to learn, collaborate and evolve. Everyone benefits from rich interactions over four days packed with incredible content, wide-ranging exhibitors and productive networking.

Shoptalk 2018 will have more than 7,500 attendees, up almost 40% from 5,500 in 2017. As Shoptalk gets bigger, it only gets better by (1) maintaining audience seniority, (2) increasing facilitated and curated interactions, and (3) freshening content and speakers.

For 2018, we’re bringing our U.S. and European events together into one expansive event in Las Vegas to create the industry’s first global dialogue and community.

Yes- More Globalism, more community organizing, and more control over our lives.  America 2018

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