Friday, March 24, 2017

Hillary

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Ruuuunnnn! Wait, no don't, just more fake news.

In 2009, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov a red button that was meant to read, in Russian, “Reset.” Secretary Clinton stated that it was President Obama’s desire to “reset” the U. S. relationship with Russia. Mrs. Clinton said that they had worked very hard to use the correct Russian word on this button. “We worked hard to get the right Russian word. Do you think we got it?” Of course, we all know now that they got it wrong. Instead of “Reset” the red button read, “Overcharged!”

Overcharged! Considering today’s political climate, “overcharged” was perhaps the correct word after all. Overcharged with personal accusations, political allegations and people with overcharged emotions and hysteria.

Overcharged accusations of Russia hacking the presidential election. Overcharged allegations of a Trump Administration’s relationship with Russia. Overcharged so that Michael Flynn was forced resign for having phone conversations with the Russian Ambassador. So overcharged, that Attorney General Jeff Sessions, felt it necessary to recuse himself from any investigation into the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. The reason for his self-imposed recusal—meeting with the Russian ambassador while a U. S. Senator. “Overcharged” seems the right word to cover it all.

Now, a Putin spokesman has stated publicly, that people associated with Hillary Clinton met with the Russian Ambassador. Dmitry Peskov told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria that Ambassador Sergey Kislyak met with, “people working in think tanks advising Hillary or advising people working for Hillary.” Peskov also stated, “Well, if you look at some people connected with Hillary Clinton during her campaign, you would probably see that he [Kislyak] had lots of meetings of that kind.”

A former Clinton campaign spokesman denied that any such meeting took place.

Peskov went on to say it was simply part of Ambassador Kislyak’s job to meet with both sides of the campaign in order increase Moscow’s understanding of things going on in America. He denied that Russia was in anyway trying to interfere with the 2016 election. “There were no meetings about elections” Peskov said. He went on to say that these meetings should not be seen as interfering with the electoral process.

Many would agree with Peskov. Russian interference played no role in the last presidential election. They are more inclined to think that the charges of interference are made to delegitimize the Trump presidency. Others are convinced that Russian involvement made all the difference.

Did the Russians, in some way or the other hack or influence the last presidential election? Or like the button Secretary of State Clinton presented to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, is it all “OVERCHARGED?”

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Will T-Rex Tillerson turn over Hillary's emails?

Government watchdog group Judicial Watch, went to court this morning in Washington, D.C. to ask Rex Tillerson’s Department of State to “recover emails of former Secretary of State Hilllary Clinton” and other Department of State employees.

The group had this to say about the hearing:

The hearing will focus on the next steps in light of the recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that required Secretary of State John Kerry (now Secretary Rex Tillerson) to seek the help of the attorney general in recovering additional Hillary Clinton emails.

The Federal Records Act states that an agency head “shall” initiate an action through the Attorney General when he becomes aware of any unlawful removal of agency records. The Obama State Department refused to do this. The Trump State Department apparently intends to do the same. This despite the recent D.C. Circuit ruling that the State Department had not proved it had done enough to recover missing emails and that an enforcement action must be sought unless “no imaginable enforcement action by the Attorney General could lead to recovery of the missing emails.” Neither the State Department nor anyone else has ever contended that all the emails have been returned.

This will be the first hearing since Judge James E. Boasberg granted Kerry’s lawyers motion to dismiss. Judicial Watch then won on appeal and Judge Boasberg reversed the decision on December 27, 2016.

Despite the president’s campaign criticism of Hillary Clinton’s email practices and the protection of her illegal behavior by the Obama administration, the Trump State Department told Judicial Watch this week that it would continue to object to asking the Attorney General to take steps to recover Clinton’s emails.

Judicial Watch has been the top organization pursuing Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and, during the Clinton Administration, filed suit against Bill and Hillary Clinton over numerous others issues including Filegate, Chinagate, Travelgate, etc.

The Clinton Administration was sued over 100 times by Judicial Watch.

Please comment below.

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Former presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is stepping up as the only liberal to take on President Trump on the issues, rather then rhetoric.

While congressional leaders of the left continue to ride many false narratives from racism to Russia, Bernie Sanders responded to Trump’s first official speech with an address of his own.

Published on YouTube, the 14 minute talk has already garnered 1.6 million views.

Sanders was known as the outsider candidate for the nomination of the Democrat Party, however, he was thwarted by what many say as corruption of the nomination process by DNC insiders and Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Sanders, a self-professed “democratic socialist” still maintains a strong following of (wrong-headed) supporters and as Hillary hides in the woods of Chappaqua, New York, Bernie continues the fight for socialist.

Watch his address above (if you have 14 minutes of your life to waste).

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding today’s ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a case that would require Secretary of State John Kerry to seek the help of the attorney general in recovering additional Hillary Clinton emails:

The courts seem to be fed up with the Obama administration’s refusal to enforce the rule of law on the Clinton emails. Today’s appeals court ruling rejects the Obama State Department’s excuses justifying its failure to ask the attorney general, as the law requires, to pursue the recovery of the Clinton emails. This ruling means that the Trump Justice Department will have to decide if it wants to finally enforce the rule of law and try to retrieve all the emails Clinton and her aides unlawfully took with them when they left the State Department.

The appellate ruling reverses a decision in which the District Court declared “moot” a Judicial Watch’s lawsuit challenging the failure of Secretary of State John Kerry to comply with the Federal Records Act (FRA) in seeking to recover the emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other high level State Department officials who used non-“state.gov” email accounts to conduct official business (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. John F. Kerry (No. 16-5015)). According to the FRA, if an agency head becomes aware of “any actual, impending, or threatened unlawful removal . . . or destruction of [agency] records,” he or she “shall notify the Archivist . . . and with the assistance of the Archivist shall initiate action through the Attorney General for the recovery of [those] records.”

An appellate panel found:

Appellants sought the only relief provided by the Federal Records Act—an enforcement action through the Attorney General. But nothing the Department did (either before or after those complaints were filed) gave appellants what they wanted. Instead of proceeding through the Attorney General, the Department asked the former Secretary to return her emails voluntarily and similarly requested that the FBI share any records it obtained. Even though those efforts bore some fruit, the Department has not explained why shaking the tree harder—e.g., by following the statutory mandate to seek action by the Attorney General—might not bear more still. It is therefore abundantly clear that, in terms of assuring government recovery of emails, appellants have not “been given everything [they] asked for.” Absent a showing that the requested enforcement action could not shake loose a few more emails, the case is not moot.

In May 2015 Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit after the State Department failed to take action following a letter to Kerry “notifying him of the unlawful removal of the Clinton emails and requesting that he initiate enforcement action pursuant to the FRA,” including working through the Attorney General to recover the emails. Judicial Watch’s lawsuit subsequently was consolidated with a later lawsuit by Cause of Action Institute. This ruling reverses a January 2016 decision by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissing the case and remands it.

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Hillary Clinton made her first public speech since her concession speech following the election. She spoke at a ceremony for the retiring Nevada Senator Harry Reid.

She spoke on some of Reid’s qualities, but then decided to attack “fake news”.

The Democrats have been focused on what they are calling “Fake news” since Hillary lost the election. Now Hillary is on board.

During her speech, she is referencing a shooting at Comet Pizza in Washington DC, fueled by false information found online.

It seems she is also referencing her election where many of her supporters say she lost the election because of fake news stories that were spread on social media.

Apparently she is forgetting the fact that she has been marred in scandals and FBI investigations during her entire campaign. Hillary lost the election because of Hillary, not due of “fake news”. Hillary lost because of the facts.

She mentions a bill that is moving through Congress with bipartisanship support to limit and stop “fake news” websites. Ironically many of the targeted websites are mostly right leaning sites.

Democrats are hoping to push through the legislation and have it signed into law by president Obama before Trump takes office on January 20th.

Do you think “fake news” is a problem? What do you consider fake news? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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hillary

Just two weeks ago, Hillary went from being one of the most powerful people in the world to losing the presidency and it keeps getting worse for the former Secretary of State.

The Clinton Foundation is not raising money like it once had, and it could get a lot worse.

In 2014, the year before Hillary announced her run for the White House, the Clinton Foundation raised $172 million and she earned $3.6 million making speeches.

In 2015, she announced her run and the Clinton Foundation lost 37% in donations by only raising $108 million and getting paid $357,500 for speeches.

Currently we are in 2016 and the Clinton Foundation came under fire from the Trump Campaign and there is a criminal investigation going on in the FBI right now about Hillary’s ties to the foundation and the State Department.

The Clinton Foundation was the subject of many WikiLeaks emails that had a tremendous negative affect on Hillary’s public perception. WikiLeaks didn’t help Bill or Chelsea too much either. It can’t be good for the Clinton brand.

We are just learning the numbers for 2015, and it will be a while until we really know how bad the Clinton Foundation dropped this year.

With so much airtime and column inches dedicated to the criminal activity of the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s subsequent loss, it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if the Clinton Foundation changed its strategy and downsizes.

The prevailing thought inside the Democratic Party is that Obama is going to pardon Hillary on his way out of office.

Obama might be able to keep Hillary out of prison, but if that happens, the Clinton Foundation will lose a lot of the credibly, power and any prestige it still has left.

The only hope for the future of the Clinton Foundation is to begin to push Chelsea into the spotlight and towards positions of power.

Hillary and the Clinton’s have their future up in the air right now. They never planned for this. They thought they would be filling the new Hillary administration with Clinton Foundation donors right now. They are just trying to figure out what to do next and their only option to save their empire may be Chelsea.

Do you think the Clinton Foundation will continue to function five years from now? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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ego

Trump’s ego and rhetoric have made a lot of people scared of the man elected president of the United States, but Trump’s ego could turn out to be America’s greatest asset.

The people that hate Trump the most believe he is an egomaniac and that the president-elect would have said anything to get elected, and they are probably right. He wasn’t a politician but became one real quick. Now he will be the next president.

What do we do now? This egomaniac has achieved the greatest success in America; he won the election to become the next president. What else is there to achieve?

That question is the key to my optimism for a Trump presidency. What else is there to achieve?

I tried to put myself in his shoes and look in the mirror. What would I say to myself if after running successful businesses and becoming an international celebrity and billionaire only to follow all of that with winning the most historic election in American history? I would say… “What else is there to achieve?”

There are two answers. 1. Take over the world or 2. Be such a good president that it will make people’s head spin.

I honestly don’t believe that Trump has globalist ambitions and despite the media, I don’t think he will be putting people in concentration camps and using nukes to respond to a “yo momma joke” made by an Iranian diplomat.

Many Americans feel a sense of hope and optimism with the president-elect. I’m hopeful in thinking that Trump’s ambitions, now that he has become the “most powerful person in the world”, will shift his ambitions to more righteous tasks.

There is only one logical path for Trump right now, and that is to work to try and clean up Washington’s corrupt political machine while trying to make every American’s life better. I don’t think he want’s to hurt or take away the rights of any American.

In fact, if I was advising Trump, I would suggest he come out with a press conference and make a pledge to communities like the LGBT or law abiding illegal immigrants. It would set some minds at ease and that is what is needed right now.

Trump is in the fight of his life now. He has to survive and unprecedented amount of death threats and find a way to put this country at ease. This is all before he takes office in January.

Then when he gets in office, he will have to really find ways to bring compromise back to Washington. That could be his greatest challenge.

Trump’s ego will lead him to be a good president and it will also help us keep him accountable. In his mind he has won, he has reached every goal he set and now it is time to give back. His ego demands it, and his desire to be the best could really be our greatest asset.

What do you think? Is Trump’s ego America’s greatest asset? Let me know in the comments below.

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trump supporters

Since the election was finalized early Wednesday morning, there have been protests nationwide and now look what is happening to white Trump supporters.

Protesting a fair and democratic election shows the freedom-spoiled nature of many Americans and it is just plain stupid. That being said, they have the right to protest as Americans, just like I have the right to say it is stupid.

Protesting is one thing, but beating up students that happen to be white Trump supporters is wrong and racist.

A young girl in Woodside, California was severely beaten at school for supporting Donald Trump. See the awful video below.

What was seen in this video is hate, and the worse part was all the students that just watched and were unfazed with it. What are we teaching out kids?

Another man in Chicago was pulled out of his car and beaten badly in the middle of the street by a mob of black men. More hate, more racism.

The video is extremely hard to watch, but here it is. (Explicit Language)

In one of the worst examples of violence towards a Trump fan, a little boy in Stafford Elementary was beaten for supporting Trump in a mock election. An 11-year old in class in school.

See the tragic report below.

Teachers were present when the boy was beaten, and didn’t stop it fast enough. Again more people watch and didn’t do anything.

Stories like these are popping up everywhere, and they will continue as long as the corporate media continues frame Trump as a racist and our society encourages such behavior.

This needs to stop. How do the above videos make you feel? Let us know in the comments below.

fear mongering

Liberals love to blame Republicans for using scare tactics, but during this election, Democrats are the ones selling fear.

President Obama was at a campaign stop in North Carolina where he put a lot of pressure on the voters there.

“We don’t win this election, potentially, if we don’t win North Carolina, I hate to put a little pressure on you, but the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. The fate of the world is teetering.”

The “fate of our world?” Really?

Hillary uses many different scare tactics. Here is a montage of her fear mongering during the second Democratic debate on CBS.

If you believe the Democrats then all parents must fear for their daughters, prepare to be invaded by ISIS and Russia and the KKK will take over the country.

Celebrities by the dozens have said they are going to leave this country if Trump wins.

Fear is what they are trying to sell.

Democrats are trying to tell everyone how bad it will be with Trump as president, but they are not using facts, just scare tactics.

Telling voters that the entire fate of our nation rests on their shoulders and the world is teetering on the edge of disaster if you vote for Trump. The fear mongering doesn’t get much more blatant than that.

Which party is using more fear mongering this election? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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stock market

It doesn’t matter what the polls say, the stock market knows who is going to win and today we find out who the market picks.

The stock market has been a great indicator of who is going to win the presidential election every four years.

How it works is rather simple.

If the S&P 500 is up between July 31st and October 31st of the election year, the incumbent party wins.

If the S&P 500 is down between July 31st and October 31st of the election year, then the challenging party wins.

This has been correct 86% of the time.

Sam Stovall, the chief investment strategist at CFRA explains the history of the prediction.

“Going back to World War II, the S&P 500 performance between July 31 and Oct. 31 has accurately predicted a challenger victory 86 percent of the time when the stock market performance has been negative.”

If that is true this year, then Donald J. Trump will be our next president because the S&P 500 is down 2.2% over the last three months.

The prediction has been very accurate, but this is no normal election year and 2.2% is not a huge drop.

If this prediction tells us anything, it is that Trump has a chance and that this election is going to be closer than anyone thought.

Do you agree with the stock market prediction? Let us know in the comments below.

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