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Who Will Win The US 2016 Election?

Poll closed Jan 20, 2017.
  1. Trump

    20 vote(s)
    40.8%
  2. Hillary

    18 vote(s)
    36.7%
  3. Biden

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Bernie

    5 vote(s)
    10.2%
  5. Jeb

    5 vote(s)
    10.2%
  6. Rubio

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Walker

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Kasich

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Rand Paul

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  10. Carson

    2 vote(s)
    4.1%
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  1. About Again

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    what a pathetically stupid inept system to let them vote with no in state ID?

    Unbelievable...:rolleyes:
     
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    It is easier to stuff the box,

    Russia is trying to do it the had way.

    Obama and Hillary does it with make believe people..
     
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    We have a lot of looters in the Hurricane Damaged Areas,

    The Democrats are setting up Voter Registration Booths, for them..
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    Kaepernick Is donating to the Democrat cause,, sending more brothers down there.

    Rumor is Trump might turn in an insurance claim for wind damages,
     
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    The Briefing, Vol. V, Issue 38
    Sep 11, 2017
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    The Briefing, Vol. V, Issue 38

    This Week:




    • Trump’s deal with Dems — who wins?
    • Whose deal was better for conservatives? Ryan’s or Schumer’s?
    • Are moderate House Republicans jumping ship?
    Dances with Democrats: What is one to make of the mighty #Resistance to President Trump, given that Democrats are now cutting deals with him and it’s the Republicans in Congress who are being left out in the cold?

    This is a strange moment for Trump’s presidency, and one that you could even say some anti-Trump conservatives predicted. Ted Cruz was arguing during the New Hampshireprimary in 2016 that Trump would get to Washington and cut deals with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, and this is just what he did last week.

    Then again, the Democratic deal that Trump took might actually be better for conservatives than what the GOP leadership had in mind. Republicans and conservatives are certainly not all agreed on this point, but it cannot be dismissed lightly. House Speaker Paul Ryan was bargaining for an 18-month deal on the debt ceiling, holding the fight over borrowing and spending until after next year’s Midterm election. By March 2019, anything could have happened. It’s possible Republicans will have even lost control of Congress by then.

    Ryan’s long-term deal would have blocked conservatives from ever having a chance to use the debt ceiling fight as leverage to demand spending reforms, something they’ve been hoping to do for years. Thanks to the Democrats’ deal, they will now have just such an opportunity in three months’ time. Republican leadership, meanwhile, doesn’t have the luxury of avoiding such a fight until the 116th Congress.

    Sed cui bono? Democrats, however, seem to think they will be the ones to benefit from the coming debt ceiling showdown. And they will, if enough Republicans in Congress go along with them. A few temporary alliances with Trump might be all Democrats need to kill his agenda and cripple his presidency.

    Then again, if Democrats are planning to use the threat of a default on the national debt to their advantage, Trump can do the same thing. What happens, for example, if Democrats have to choose between funding his wall and forcing a default? How far are they willing to go, especially after all their 2013 rhetoric about how the debt limit is sacrosanct and off-limits for politics? If they do bring the nation to the brink of a default some time around Christmas, how much blame will they actually forced to swallow as the midterm election year begins?

    Which of course brings us to the consideration with which we are always particularly concerned. What does this mean for the parties in electoral terms? Will Republicans benefit in some places from having distance from Trump? Will Democrats benefit in some places from working with him? Surely, in both cases, yes. And the reverse also has to be true — that some Republicans will lose if they try to distance themselves from Trump, and some Democrats will suffer the wrath of their progressive base if they even treat him like he’s actually the president.

    As we learned in 2016, there’s no one right answer when it comes to the effect Trump has on the voters. There are several right answers, depending on which state and which district you’re talking about.

    Democrats still enjoy only a modest single-digit lead in generic ballot polling at this point, with all recent polls testing registered (rather than likely) voters. They have all the advantages of a midterm election, but Trump is too unpredictable And Trump’s administration, unpopular as he is, has gotten rave reviews on all sides for its handling of what’s been a very challenging hurricane season. He could get a bump, and his party might (or might not) benefit from it.

    There should be, at this point, a vague sense that Democrats will gain ground in 2018, at least in the House. But anyone who says they know more than that is surely bluffing.

    House 2018

    Republican retirements: One of the things party leaders work hard to prevent each cycle is retirements. Yes, everyone has to retire (or die) someday, naturally, but you never want it to happen in a year and in a seat where it makes the loss of a seat more likely.

    There have been two recently announced GOP House retirements that might perhaps suggest a bit of trouble for Republicans. This past week, the retirement came in Pennsylvania-15, where Rep. Charlie Dent, R, called it quits.

    Dent, a moderate, has taken several shots at Trump for various reasons over the last few months, and it’s possible he just feels vulnerable. He is leaving open a 52 percent Trump district that has a long history of swingy behavior between the two parties. Note that this Allentown seat is the one Sen. Pat Toomey once held.

    The other potentially concerning new retirement is that of Rep. Dave Reichert in Washington-8. Reichert, the much-admired former sheriff who captured the Green River Killer, is also a moderate. For many years, he held down a far more Democratic district than the one he currently represents. Even so, his current Suburban Seattle seat is definitely winnable for Democrats — Hillary Clinton carried it with 48 percent of the vote. They will have a much easier time winning it as an open seat than they would against a popular longtime incumbent.

    Moderate Republicans who hold swing-y districts are always the last ones you want to see quit in a tough year. That’s because it is never as easy for a newcomer to hold a potentially tricky seat like the ones these two both represent.

    Between Reichert, Dent, and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., there is at least a small early movement by Republican moderates to take the occasion to bail out of the House ahead of a challenging midterm.

    Nothing yet to be too alarmed about, but if a few more of these retirements crop up, it could be a sign of tough times ahead for the GOP.
     
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    Remember many GOPs are really Demo Ducks in fairy clothes, in DC you never know who is the guy or the girl, some can be both..

    Get the people working and the business producing...

    Profit and Production....

    Get the Government out of the businessmans back pocket..
     
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    Trump is doing a Great Job.... markets at all time breaking level highs, unemployment at 16 yr lows, Police and Military have respect again, a Must, and Vets are being looked after, infrastructure investment program......will get better, and better:)

    and sensible tax reform.

    Obama is looking more, and more like an amateur academic that cannot do, an absolute joke, seriously.

    what a waste of eight years.

    at least he bought us President Trump.

    here's another, of many examples of Obama's extreme lack of judgement, and terribly insecure arrogance....

    see who the real Loser is now:D

    the non achievement President, who started Black Lives Matter, and the fight against the Police in thsis country.... and apologized to the world for being American. Idiot.

     
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    Obama was much like his Rev Wright,

    Take from one worker and give to another lazy man, while skimming some off the top for himself,
    do it enough time and Obama will be rich.,

    God Bless Obama.

    Never take a stand, and always churn the pot,

    Keep them poor, pregnant, and fighting others..

    God Damn America,
     
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    Please find a special message from one of our sponsors, Lou Barletta for Senate.
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    Timothy,

    As you’ve heard, Lou Barletta announced his run for the U.S. Senate. Here’s why I’m backing my friend Lou:

    1. Repealing Obamacare failed the Senate by one vote. A single vote cast by Pennsylvania’s Democrat Senator made the difference. Winning this race will end the liberal obstruction and allow us to pass President Trump’s reforms.

    2. This is going to be the country’s top Senate race. President Trump has put Democrats up against the ropes, and we need to finish the job by turning PA red.

    3. Lou is a reformer, not a career politician. He hates Washington because it’s full of professional politicians just trying to keep their jobs.



    Put simply, conservatives -- like you and me -- NEED this win!

    Together, we can take back our state, give President Trump a strong ally, and fix America.



    Rick Santorum
     
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    Mitt Romney For Senate?
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    Former Massachusetts governor, and 2012 presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, is contemplating running for Senate in the 2018 congressional elections.

    Sources close to Romney say that he is planning to run for Senate in Utah, should Sen. Orrin Hatch decide to retire. Although Hatch is 83-year-old, he has indicated interest in running for an eighth term in 2018, but a formal announcement has not been made in either case. While Romney’s decision is contingent on Senator Hatch’s, sources say that Romney is hoping to make a final decision no later than late December of this year.

    Earlier this year, both Hatch and Romney were giving mixed signals as to their Senate intentions – with Orrin Hatch saying in May that, “I’ve talked to Mitt Romney. He’s not going to run for this seat. I would be glad for him if he would.”

    But the path to becoming a Utah Senator may not be a shoe-in for the erstwhile Presidential candidate. Romney is expected to face competition from House of Representatives member Chris Stewart, who represents Utah’s 2nd congressional district. In August, Stuart responded to rumors that Romney would be his competition, “If he chooses not to run — and he’s indicated that he probably will — but if he were to change his mind and not run, then I believe that we would.”

    According to a poll released Monday, Romney is highly favored to win against the likely Democratic challenger Jenny Wilson by a striking ^$% to 24% margin.

    Over the course of the 2016 election, Mitt Romney became a vocal critic of President Trump after he moved back to Utah in2015. It was in Utah where Romney enjoyed his highest margin of support of all the states he won – 73% to Obama’s 25% in the 2012 election.

    Romney graduated from Brigham Young University (BYU) and is a devout Mormon, for which he is most frequently called “Utah’s Adopted Son”. He has served as the CEO of the Salt Lake City Olympic Committee for the 2002 Winter Olympics. As the CEO he recruited sponsors who were previously scared by the bribery scandals and federal investigations related to the International Olympics Committee.

    Romney’s eldest son, Tagg had then said, “If he were to run again, I believe he would be much more willing to open up and share who he is — not by asking others to learn the doctrines of his faith but by speaking of the values of love and service that it has taught him.”
     
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    As heard in a UC in IAD.
    When Jerry Lewis died so did the telethon.
     
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    It’s Not Over Yet: New Trove Of Shocking Hillary Emails Released
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    The evidence is STILL piling up... are Clinton's immune to justice?
    Judicial Watch today released 1,617 new pages of documents from the U.S. Department of State revealing numerous additional examples of classified information being transmitted through the unsecure, non-state.gov account of Huma Abedin, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, as well as many instances of Hillary Clinton donors receiving special favors from the State Department.

    The documents included 97 email exchanges with Clinton not previously turned over to the State Department, bringing the known total to date to at least 627 emails that were not part of the 55,000 pages of emails that Clinton turned over, and further contradicting a statement by Clinton that, “as far as she knew,” all of her government emails had been turned over to department.

    The emails are the 20th production of documents obtained in response to a court order in a May 5, 2015, lawsuit Judicial Watch filed against the State Department (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-00684)). Judicial Watch sued after State failed to respond to a March 18, 2015, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking: “All emails of official State Department business received or sent by former Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin from January 1, 2009 through February 1, 2013 using a non-‘state.gov’ email address.”

    On September 11, 2009, the highly sensitive name and email address of the person giving the classified Presidential Daily Brief was included in an email forwarded to Abedin’s unsecure email account by State Department official Dan Fogerty.

    The State Department produced many more Clinton and Abedin unsecured emails that were classified:

    • On April 16, 2009, Deputy Assistant Secretary Jeffrey Feltman sent to Abedin’s unsecure email account classified information about an unknown subject.
    • On June 18, 2009, Abedin sent classified information summarizing a June 18, 2009, “Middle East Breakfast” meeting between various senators, representatives and State Department officials, at which Deputy Secretary Jack Lew and George Mitchell briefed the congressmen with “an update on our discussions with the [Middle East] parties.”
    • On June 23, 2009, U.S. diplomat Martin Indyk, who had his security clearance suspended in 2000 for “possible sloppiness” in the handling of classified information, sent a memo containing classified information to Abedin’s unsecure email account. The memo, written for Clinton, pertained to Indyk’s discussions with top Israeli officials:
    “Could I ask you to review the memo below that I wrote yesterday on my return from Israel? If you think it worthwhile, I’d be very grateful if you showed it to HRC (I have already shared it with Mitchell and Feltman). A confrontation with Bibi appears imminent. I’ve never been one to shy away from that, as she may know. But it has to be done carefully, and that doesn’t appear to be happening. And I’m concerned that she will be tarred with the same brush if this leads to a bad end. So I think she needs to make sure that the friction is productive. I’ve made some suggestions at the end of the memo”
    • On August 1, 2009, Abedin forwarded classified information from State Department official Richard Verma to her unsecure email account. The email from Senator Russ Feingold was sent to Hillary Clinton regarding her upcoming Africa trip.
    • On August 4, 2009, Assistant Secretary Jeffrey Feltman sent classified information about discussions with Kuwaiti officials to Abedin’s unsecure email account. Feltman noted that the Kuwaitis felt a lunch they had with Obama was “chilly.” The discussions concerned Guantanamo as well as Kuwait’s treatment of detainees.
    • On Sept 20, 2009, Abedin forwarded classified information to her unsecure email account. The email was from State Department official Esther Brimmer and concerned foreign leaders’ discussions regarding a UNESCO leadership appointment.
    • On November 1, 2009, U.S. Ambassador to the UAE Rick Olson sent classified information to Abedin’s unsecure email account. The email shows that Olsen was traveling with Hillary in the Middle East, and Abedin asked him to “work on a list of everything covered in the mbz [presumably Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi] meeting for Hillary.” Olson asks: “do you want it on this system (I can sanitize), or on the other system.” She replies: “This system easier. We are staying without class[ified] computers. Thx.”
    • On December 1, 2009, Abedin sent classified information about foreign military contributions to the Afghanistan war effort to her unsecure email account. The email originated with State official Sean Misko who wrote to Deputy Chief of Staff Jake Sullivan that he first “accidentally” sent it on the “high side” (secure) but was resending.
    • On December 25, 2009, Abedin sent to her unsecure email account classified information prepared by Deputy U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Francis Ricciardone concerning the Afghan elections.
    • On December 26, 2009, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Carlos Pascual sent a memo to Clinton, which was found on Abedin’s unsecure email account. It contained extensive classified information involving U.S. and Mexican counter-drug operations in Mexico.
    • On March 22, 2010, Abedin forwarded to her unsecure email account classified information about a telephone conversation between President Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon.
    • On April 13, 2010, Abedin forwarded to her unsecure email account classified information from Ambassador Jeffrey Feltman regarding diplomatic discussions with the foreign ministers of Algeria and Morocco.
    • On May 24, 2010, Abedin forwarded to her unsecure email account classified information about the minutes of a State Department senior staff meeting regarding State Department officials’ meetings in Uganda.
    • Among Abedin’s unsecure email records is a document that is simply titled “NOTE” with the date September 12, 2010. The contents are entirely redacted as classified.
    • On January 28, 2011, Abedin sent Clinton an unsecure email containing classified information relating to a briefing White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs gave.
    • On March 21, 2012, Clinton received a memo from State Department officials Joseph Yun and Derek Mitchell marked “Sensitive But Unclassified” and sent to Abedin’s unsecure email account. It contained classified information about elections in Burma.
    • Jake Sullivan emailed to Hillary’s unsecure email account classified information in which Sullivan discussed the content of conversations with UK Prime Minister Gordon regarding “the situation” in Northern Ireland. The date of this email is not included on the document.
    • On April 8, 2012, Abedin sent classified information to her unsecure email regarding a call sheet and an “Action Memo” for Clinton relating to a call with Malawi President Joyce Banda. On April 9, 2012, Monica Hanley again forwarded the classified information to Clinton’s unsecure email account.
    Other emails contain sensitive information that was sent via Hillary Clinton’s unsecure email servers.

    On August 18, 2009, confidential assistant Monica Hanley provided Abedin with laptop and fob (a physical device that provides a login code) logins and passwords to log onto a laptop, as well as a secure State Department website at https://one.state.gov. Included were a PIN number and instructions on how to access her email from the secure State Department website. Abedin forwarded this information to her unsecure account.

    (The FBI interviewed Clinton’s confidential assistant Monica Hanley in its probe of Clinton’s email practices, and State’s Diplomatic Security staff reprimandedher after she left classified material behind in a Moscow hotel room. Hanley was the staffer tasked with finding BlackBerry phones for Clinton to use.)

    On August 19, 2009, Hanley asked Abedin to call her and provide Abedin’s computer password so that she could download a UN document for Cheryl Mills from Abedin’s computer. Instead of calling Hanley, Abedin apparently provided the computer password in her unsecure reply email, saying, “Its [redacted].”

    On April 17, 2009, Clinton aide Lona Valmoro emailed Clinton’s sensitive daily schedule for April 18 to various Clinton Foundation officials, including Doug Band, Terry Krinvic and Justin Cooper. She also forwarded Clinton’s daily schedule for July 16 to numerous Clinton Foundation officials. She did the same thing on September 8, 2009. She did so again on January 10, January 14 and April 11, 2010.

    The details of Hillary’s arrival on November 18, 2009, in war-torn Kabul, Afghanistan, for the inauguration of President Karzai, were found on Abedin’s unsecure email account. Included were precise times of landing at Kabul Airport, the occupants of her vehicle, arrival and departure times at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, and meeting times with U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

    The new documents show that Clinton donors frequently requested and received special favors from the State Department that were connected to the Clinton Foundation.

    On July 14, 2009, Gordon Griffin, a XL Keystone lobbyist, sent an email to Clinton Foundation executive Doug Band, asking if Band could get him into a Council on Foreign Relations dinner at which Clinton was speaking. Band forwarded the email to Abedin, saying, “Can u get him in?” Abedin replied: “Yes will get him in.” Band was a top aide to President Bill Clinton and co-founder of Teneo. Griffin was a major donor to Hillary Clinton’s Senate and presidential campaigns.

    On July 16, 2009, Zachary Schwartz asked Band for help getting visas to travel to Cuba for a film production crew from Shangri La Entertainment. Band forwarded the request to Abedin, telling her, “Please call zach asap on this. [Redacted.] Important.” Abedin responded, “I’ll call zach when we land in India.” Abedin concludes with “Enjoy. Cuba is complicated. Am sure you aren’t surprised to hear that.” Schwartz worked for Steve Bing, a mega-donor to the Clintons and owner of Shangri La Entertainment. Bing has reportedly donated $10-25 million to the Clinton Foundation and paid Bill Clinton personally $2.5 million a year to be an adviser to a green construction company Bing owned.

    On September 11, 2009, Terrence Duffy, chairman of futures brokerage firm CME Group, a donor to the Clinton Foundation, asked Clinton to arrange “government appointments” for him in Singapore and Hong Kong. Clinton, using her HDR22@clintonmail.com address, forwarded the request to Abedin, “fyi.” Abedin responded to Duffy’s email, saying she would “follow up” with Duffy’s secretary, Joyce. Duffy gave $4,600 to Hillary’s 2008 presidential campaign; CME Group paid Hillary $225,000 for a speaking fee and has donated between $5,001 and 10,000 to the Clinton Foundation.

    Abedin, using her huma@clintonmail.com address, later told Joyce, “Would like to get some more information and details so we can try to help.” Further along in the exchange, Joyce responds “We would also like some help in arranging meetings with some key govt officials in both locations, such as the Prime Minister of Singapore, and would appreciate any help you may be able to provide.”

    On September 29, 2009, Abedin followed up with Duffy, telling him that “we are happy to assist with any and all meetings” and that she had “discussed you and your trip with our assistant secretary of state for east asia and pacific affairs,” suggesting that Duffy write the assistant secretary, Kurt Campbell. Duffy replied, “Thank you very much. I did connect with Kurt Campbell today.”

    On May 5, 2010, major Clinton Global Initiative member, Clinton Foundation donor and real estate developer Eddie Trump forwarded to “Dougie” Band a request for assistance from Russian American Foundation Vice President Rina Kirshner to get the Russian American Foundation involved in a State Department program. Band forwarded the request to Abedin, saying, “Can we get this done/mtg set.” As Judicial Watch previously reported, the State Department doled out more than $260,000 to the Russian American Foundation for “public diplomacy.”

    Major Clinton donor Bal Das, a New York financier who reportedly raised $300,000 for Hillary’s 2008 presidential campaign, asked Abedin on November 11, 2009 if Hillary Clinton could address the Japan Society at its annual conference in 2010. Clinton did speak to the Japan Society’s annual conference in 2011.

    The emails also provide insight on the inner workings of the Clinton State Department, in particular her engagement with her staff.

    In a May 19, 2009, “Global Press Conference” memo, Clinton was given in advance the “proposed questions” of four of the seven foreign reporters. Examples include: “What is the Obama administration’s view of Australian PM Rudd’s proposal to form an Asia-Pacific Community” and “Why can’t American drones not find, detect and destroy the insurgency supply line?”

    In a document entitled “HRC Pakistan Notes” prepared for Clinton by her staff, Clinton apparently had to be reminded about all her trips to Pakistan and of “stories that you have told/remember.” Her reminder instructions include: “You loved Faisal mosque, and it was especially meaningful to have CVC [Chelsea] with you.” And: “Your first Pakistani friend was in College. She introduced you to Pakistani food and clothes.” And: “You have had lots of Pakistani and Pakistani American friends over the years. From Chicago to California to Washington, DC, you have friends all over the country. They know how much you love Pakistani food …”

    On February 12, 2010, Case Button, a Clinton speechwriter, asked Abedin if her mother, a professor at Dar Al Hekma, a women’s university in Saudi Arabia where Clinton held a town hall meeting, would be willing to give him advice on talking points he was preparing for Clinton. Abedin responded, “Talk to my mom for sure. She will have good points for you.” After reviewing Hillary’s draft remarks, Huma’s mother, Saleha Abedin, (a controversial Islamist activist), offered some advice: “Do not use the political terms such as ‘democracy/elections/freedom.’ Do not use the term ‘empowerment of women’ instead say ‘enabling women’ Do not even mention driving for women! Don’t sound sympathetic to ‘women’s plight’ or be ‘patronizing’ as other visitors have done and made the students extremely annoyed. They rightly consider these as in-house issues …” No references to these issues appear in Clinton’s speech.

    Abedin’s involvement in a major appointment at the State Department is controversial given that Abedin’s mother was an Islamist activist. On July 24, 2009, Cheryl Mills forwarded to Abedin a CV for someone being considered for the position of Special Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. It had been sent to Mills from State Department recruiter Margaret Carpenter. Rather than forwarding the resume on to Clinton for her approval, Abedin simply responds to Mills: “I’m a hundred percent fine with him.”

    Abedin also offered her opinion to Clinton on administration leaders: On January 21, 2011, while on a trip to Mexico, Abedin emailed Hillary that “Biden is a disaster here.”

    On February 20, 2012, Clinton expresses outrage over an apparent wardrobe miscommunication for a meeting in Mexico and sent an email to Abedin with the subject line “I’m venting.” Clinton admonished:

    “So, here I sit in the meeting surrounded by ever other person dressed in a white shirt provided by the Mexicans. Patricia is not wearing the exact style that all others are but her own white shirt. But, since no one ever told me about this, and instead assumed I didn’t need to know, I had no idea about any of this until I just walked into the large meeting in front of the entire press corps and I’m wearing a green top. So, what’s my answer when asked why I think I’m different than all my colleagues and why I’m dissing our hosts?
    “I am sick of people deciding what I should know rather than giving me the info so I can make a decision. This really annoys me and I told Monica [Hanley] I just didn’t understand.”

    “The emails show ‘what happened’ was that Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin obviously violated laws about the handling of classified information and turned the State Department into a pay for play tool for the corrupt Clinton Foundation,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The clear and mounting evidence of pay for play and mishandling of classified information warrant a serious criminal investigation by an independent Trump Justice Department.”

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    “The emails show ‘what happened’ was that Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin obviously violated laws about the handling of classified information and turned the State Department into a pay for play tool for the corrupt Clinton Foundation,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The clear and mounting evidence of pay for play and mishandling of classified information warrant a serious criminal investigation by an independent Trump Justice Department.”
     
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    :cool:I told you they were all crooks..
     
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    “She speaks on the social, technological and economic ramifications of Artificial Intelligence,” the Harvard announcement said. “As a trans woman, she advocates for queer and transgender rights as @xychelsea on Twitter.”

    My wife use to say she graduated from Harvard..
     
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    Even Amazon is doing the pump and Dump,

    The online retail giant acknowledged its decision to remove one-star reviews of Clinton's memoir, What Happened, claiming they have the right to uphold reviews from legitimate customers.

    “In the case of a memoir, the subject of the book is the author and their views,” an Amazon spokesperson told Fortune. “It’s not our role to decide what a customer would view as helpful or unhelpful in making their decision. We do however have mechanisms in place to ensure that the voices of many do not drown out the voices of a few and we remove customer reviews that violate our community guidelines.”
     
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    Obama loved him/her.....

    understandable after his long history with Michael/Michelle....

    a disgrace.

    and to think Obama put him up on a pedestal, maybe so he was within comfortable reach.
     
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    Trump Begins Negotiations With Dems Over Immigration

    Will He Cave?

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    what a joke, continuing to get manipulated by the mass media, Amazon's pro Democrat, Pro LLPSOF, Anti Trump Jeeff Bezos.
     
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    Trump Begins Negotiations With Dems Over Immigration
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    Oh, to be a fly on the wall during Trump's dinner with Pelosi and Schumer...
    Top Democrats, Senator Chuck Schumer and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, announced a deal on Wednesday evening that they had made a deal with President Trump. Much to the dismay of grassroots conservatives, the agreement was to grant DACA amnesty, however no provisions for building of funding a border wall will be allowed in the deal.

    However, after the Democratic leader’s statement was released, the White House quickly responded by insisting that – in fact – no such deal was actually made which precludes the building of a border wall. The announcements all happened in rapid succession after Pelosi and Schumer met with Trump for a “working dinner,” in which they discussed DACA and the future of ObamaCare.

    Pelosi and Schumer’s joint statement noted that, “We had a very productive meeting at the White House with the President. The discussion focused on DACA. We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that’s acceptable to both sides.”

    In response, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that the topics of discussion were, “tax reform, border security, DACA, infrastructure and trade,” she vehemently denied that the Wall was off the table. “While DACA and border security were both discussed, excluding the wall was certainly not agreed to,” said Sanders, noting that the promise to build the wall was a cornerstone of Trump’s campaign and subsequent election success.

    If confirmed, the deal would be the second time that Trump has gone across the aisle to make substantial deals with the Democrats – with the first deal being Trump’s acceptance of the Democrat’s 3-month debt ceiling extension plan over the Republican 18-month plan. On both these deals, Trump faced strong opposition from his party, from Republican leadership in the first case and from the conservative grass roots in this most recent deal.

    But, in a move that has greatly confused matters, Trump took to Twitter yesterday to explain his thoughts on DACA amnesty – in light of his recent dinner meeting with Democratic leadership. In quick succession, the President tweeted, “Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military? Really!…..” And, soon after that, Trump completed the thought, Tweeting out, “…They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own – brought in by parents at young age. Plus BIG border security.”

    Trump came into office, and successfully campaigned on his renown abilities, as one of the world’s greatest living deal makers – so, we may have to see what comes out of this strange and confusing negotiation stage between the President and Democratic leaders.
     
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    Feds To Write Rosy History Of Black Panther’s Violence
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    Do you really think Berkely is going to produce an unbiased, fair, accurate and color-blind account of the Black Panther Party? Your tax dollars at work!
    The National Park Services (NPS) has announced its intention to spend $100,000 to “honor the legacy” of the militant black separatist movement, the Black Panther Party (BPP).

    The University of California at Berkeley, has won the NPS grant despite denying the Constitutional free speech rights of conservative speakers like Ben Shapiro, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Anne Coulter. Just over the past year, UC Berkeley has allowed and encouraged violence from the alt-left and Antifa as a means to shut down and disinvite conservative speakers to campus.

    The NPS’ funding announcement said, “This cooperative research project between the National Park Service and the University of California, Berkeley on the Black Panther Party is anchored in historical methods, visual culture, and the preservation of sites and voices … The project will discover new links between the historical events concerning race that occurred in Richmond during World War II and the subsequent emergence of the BPP in the San Francisco Bay Area two decades later through research, oral history, and interpretation.” Needless to say, it’ is just another way that the government is using taxpayer money to advance the white guilt narrative, and cater to the black entitlement mentality.

    The goal of the grant is to produce, “an authoritative bibliography that includes scholarly texts, newspaper, and magazine articles will be useful for future scholars of the movement.” And to, “document how the BPP impacted the visual arts, music, dance, and styles of the 1960s, 70s and 80s [and] will underscore the vastness of its impact on American culture.”

    Keep in mind that the Black Panther Party was originally founded in 1966 for the express purpose of arming black-only militias across California and the United States. The explicit goal of these militias was to create a “revolutionary inter-communalism,” and to destroy the capitalist United States.

    In the 60s, the FBI rightfully noted the BPP’s “use of violence and guerrilla tactics to overthrow the U.S. government.” However, in the present day, the NPS sees fit to lionize and celebrate this domestic terrorist organization, under the fraudulent pretense of,” bringing diverse voices and communities together to understand their collective past and inspire a better future.”

    According to the National Park Services, it awarded the grant directly to Berkeley – and forewent the usual, required bidding process – because Berkeley is “uniquely qualified” to fabricate a noble and heroic history of the Black Panther Party.

    Steve Bannon is set to speak at Berkeley on September 27th, with Milo Yiannopoulos, Anne Coulter, Ben Shapiro and others.
     
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