Breaking news out of D.C. where Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Joint Chiefs Chairman Joseph Dunford just announced that President Trump “approved the deployment of US forces” to Saudi Arabia “which will be defensive in nature and primarily focused on air and missile defense”: More troops to Middle East: Defense Sec.
Breaking news out of the Middle East where we’re seeing reports that a surface-to-air missile fired by Iran’s Republican Guard has shot down a U.S. drone that was allegedly flying in international airspace at the time: #IRGC says downing of US drone sends “clear message to America.” US says the
The Pentagon announced Monday that the United States would be deploying an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East in response to recent aggression by Iran. BREAKING: U.S. sending an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East in response to "hostile behavior" by Iranian forces, Pentagon says. https://t.co/CEZXHe4fhD — The
Well, well, well … isn’t this interesting? Fake social media accounts spread pro-Iran, anti-Trump messages during 2018 election – FireEye https://t.co/gVFp09ifP5 — Reuters Iran (@ReutersIran) May 28, 2019 More from Reuters: A network of fake social media accounts impersonated political candidates and journalists to spread messages in support of Iran
Chris Murphy really believes we have to provoke terrorists for them to threaten us. That would be adorable if it weren’t so damn dangerous. Granted, his hatred of Trump has blinded him to reality but still, this thread did nothing but scare the stupid and enrage the not-so-stupid. 1/ THREAD:
Twitter and Facebook both announced Thursday that they had shut down thousands of accounts and pages on their platforms that were part of disinformation and trolling campaigns managed by foreign governments. Social media giants have been under increased pressure in recent years to investigate and take action against disinformation campaigns
Our thoughts and prayers are with every sane person on the ground Saturday embedded with a chapter of the Women’s March and sending back video and audio clips. Caleb Hull is doing the Lord’s work by interviewing some members of the Women’s March, and he’s found himself struggling to untangle
Communications service Slack is taking out the accounts of users associated with Iran in an effort to adhere to U.S. sanctions from the country. Users in several nations such as the U.S., Canada, and Finland started reporting the problem Thursday his or her accounts were abruptly deactivated. Reported by The Verge, Amir