Anyone wondering what "democracy promotion" will look like in a
Hillary Clinton administration may get a taste from a new audiotape
released today of Hillary addressing the editorial board of the Jewish
Press back in 2006.
In the tape Hillary is clearly heard telling the Jewish Press journalists present:
I do not think we should have pushed for an election in the
Palestinian territories. I think that was a big mistake. And if we were
going to push for an election, then we should have made sure that we did
something to determine who was going to win.
This got by me when it actually happened, but I guess I was too busy working to pay taxes...
In the No-Laws-Apply-To-Us (NLATU) Obama Administration it is possible
to see something otherwise unheard of, unimagined, unbelievable; you can
have an Attorney General of the United States taking the FIFTH.
Understand, the chief law enforcement officer only subordinate to the
President of the United States utilizes the Fifth Amendment protection
against self-incrimination in the Iran hostage ransom deal.
Does that mean that Loretta Lynch believes that she could be indicted
for something that took place during the ransom negotiations? Is there
any other reason to invoke the Fifth Amendment other than out of a fear
of prosecution? Is it a legitimate use of the Fifth Amendment to just
not want to say something? Isn't there a possible prosecution element to
the Fifth that does not apply if it is just something embarrassing, or
damaging to a third-party?
Thursday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” host Chris Matthews said, it’s the
Clintons’ “pattern” to raise money “hand over fist” using the White
House like a “Motel 6” and that will not change if Democratic
presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wins in November.
The FBI found emails pertinent to its Clinton
investigation, reportedly on a computer from her aide’s home. That
doesn’t jibe with she told lawyers this summer.
In a normal election year, a normal candidate’s close aide who caused even minor embarrassment to a campaign so near to Election Day would be whisked away as quickly as possible to avoid becoming a distraction.
But Huma Abedin is not simply a close aide, she’s a critical member of Hillary Clinton’s tiny inner circle that protects and — at times — enables the deeply flawed and secretive Democratic nominee.
Agents within the Federal Bureau of Investigation never destroyed laptops given to them by aides of Hillary Clinton as previously reported, a Washington D.C. lawyer with a source close to the Clinton investigation says.
Washington D.C. attorney Joe DiGenova said on The David Webb Show on
SiriusXM Friday night that despite the FBI agreeing to destroy the
laptops of Clinton aide Cheryl Mills and ex-campaign staffer Heather
Samuelson as part of immunity deals made during the initial
investigation of Clinton’s email server, agents involved in the case
refused to destroy the laptops.
On Friday, James Comey,
the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, acting
independently of Attorney General Loretta Lynch, sent a letter to
Congress saying that the F.B.I. had discovered e-mails that were
potentially relevant to the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s
private server. Coming less than two weeks before the Presidential
election, Comey’s decision to make public new evidence that may raise
additional legal questions about Clinton was contrary to the views of
the Attorney General, according to a well-informed Administration
official. Lynch expressed her preference that Comey follow the
department’s longstanding practice of not commenting on ongoing
investigations, and not taking any action that could influence the outcome of an election, but he said that he felt compelled to do otherwise.
Has America become so numb by the decades of lies and cynicism oozing from Clinton Inc. that it could elect Hillary Clinton as president, even after Friday's FBI announcement that it had reopened an investigation of her emails while secretary of state?
We'll find out soon enough.
It's obvious the American political system is breaking down. It's
been crumbling for some time now, and the establishment elite know it
and they're properly frightened. Donald Trump, the vulgarian at their gates, is a symptom, not a cause. Hillary Clinton and husband Bill are both cause and effect.
FBI director James Comey's
announcement about the renewed Clinton email investigation is the
bombshell in the presidential campaign. That he announced this so close
to Election Day should tell every thinking person that what the FBI is
looking at is extremely serious.
This can't be about pervert Anthony Weiner and his
reported desire for a teenage girl. But it can be about the laptop of
Weiner's wife, Clinton aide Huma Abedin,
and emails between her and Hillary. It comes after the FBI
investigation in which Comey concluded Clinton had lied and been
"reckless" with national secrets, but said he could not recommend
My interest in Colonel John Singleton Mosby began in 1950. However, it
wasn't until 2002 that it led to extensive research on the subject,
centered upon newspaper reports on the man begun during the Civil War
and continued throughout-and even after-his life. And while I rejected
Virgil Carrington Jones's observation on Mosby, contained in the preface
of this work, I did not contemplate writing this book until an even
more disparaging observation came to my attention during my research.
The comment was contained in an article in the Ponchatoula Times of May
26, 1963, as part of a six-article series written by Bernard Vincent
McMahon, entitled The Gray Ghost of the Confederacy.
Mr. McMahon, in
turn, based his comment upon General Omar Bradley's judgment of what
might have been the postwar life of General George Patton: "Now
substitute Mosby for General Patton in the book ‘A General's Life,' by
Omar Bradley . . . ‘I believe it was better for General Patton [Mosby]
and his professional reputation that he died when he did . . . He would
have gone into retirement hungering for the old limelight, beyond doubt
indiscreetly sounding off on any subject anytime, any place. In time he
would have become a boring parody of himself-a decrepit, bitter, pitiful
figure, unwittingly debasing the legend'" (emphasis mine).
however, only proffered in his writings the widely accepted view of John
Mosby held by many, if not most. However, like General Ulysses S.
Grant, I have come to know Colonel Mosby rather more intimately through
the testimony of countless witnesses over a span of 150 years, and I
believe that it is time for those who deeply respect John Mosby the
soldier to now also respect John Mosby the man. A century ago, the book
of John Singleton Mosby's life closed. It is my hope that this book will
validate the claim he made during that life that he would be vindicated
What is true conservatism? That question, more than anything else, is
the argument raging in the Republican Party today – one side fully
represented in the party’s establishment wing, while the other resides
in the hearts of true patriots at the grassroots, those who carry the
American Revolution’s sacred fire of liberty. Yet most true
conservatives may not realize that their closely held philosophy of
limited government originated in the South. It is a Southern
institution, and conservatives outside the South are espousing Southern
values, whether they know it or not.
Michael Cohen, Trump Organization EVP and Special Counsel to Donald
J. Trump, spoke out on Twitter Friday evening about Mr. Trump’s
desire–before it was known to him that she was attacked by the Clinton
mob–to present an unspecified gift to the woman. Cohen said he had a
friend in Hollywood looking for her.
After learning she had been attacked, Cohen promised she would have “the last laugh on these thugs.”
Cohen told a supporter to not contact the Trump campaign
about the woman but to DM him on Twitter with any information as to her
whereabouts., indicating this is a personal matter for Trump.
We have all heard the news
today regarding the FBI reopening the investigation into Hillary
Clinton’s emails because of “thousands” of emails they have
discovered while investigating Anthony Weiner in his sexting scandal
with an underage 15 year old girl. As many of you know, Anthony Weiner
and Huma Abedin, Hillary’s chief aide, are married (separated since
his most recent sexting scandal broke several months ago).These emails
must have some highly sensitive or secret information in them for the
FBI to go to the extreme measure of reopening Hillary’s email
investigation. During the original investigation numerous emails were
discovered in Hillary’s emails that were classified SAP (Special Access