Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Pennsylvania

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Hillary Clinton after the 2016 election.

We have not heard much from Hillary after she lost the most incredible election in modern history, but now she surfaces to reach a new low.

Hillary Clinton is now joining the Green Party’s Jill Stein in an effort to do a recount in several battleground states.

Right now a recount of the votes is happening in Wisconsin after Jill Stein raised enough money to have a recount.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign said over the weekend it would be involved and help in the recount efforts.

The campaign probably doesn’t remember this video where Hillary spoke about the reasons why Trump should accept the election results.

It is easy to tell people to accept the results when you think you are going to win. She didn’t win and now is going against all her own advice and supporting the recount.

Wisconsin started the recount by hand today. Jill Stein and her team are working on getting recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan as well.

The election ended with Trump having 306 electoral votes. He needed 270 to win.

If for some reason, the states come back with a different result on the recount, then Hillary could become the president.

Pennsylvania has 20 electoral votes, Michigan has 16 and Wisconsin has 10. If the vote was reversed in all three, then that would leave Trump with 260 electoral votes and it would give Hillary the win.

If Trump retained any one of the three states und recount, he will remain the president elect.

Hillary’s hypocrisy shines even after losing the first time election, but hopefully after this recount, this will be the last time she will lose this election.

Do you think Hillary has a chance to win in the recount? Let us know in the comments below.

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corruption

Years before Pennsylvania’s first Democrat and first female Attorney General got convicted of crimes, Judicial Watch helped expose the corrupt way in which she ran her public office. The state’s disgraced top prosecutor, Kathleen Kane, was hauled away from a courtroom in handcuffs this week after getting sentenced to 10 to 23 month in jail. In August, a jury found Kane guilty perjury and obstruction for illegally disclosing details from a grand jury investigation to retaliate against a political rival then lying about it under oath.

Philadelphia’s largest newspaper described Kane’s sentencing this week as “capping a spectacular downfall for a woman once seen as one of the state’s fastest-rising stars.” Kane’s first year in office was marked by political and public relations successes, the paper states, but it went downhill from there.

After “her star began to dim in 2014, she leaked confidential grand jury material to a newspaper in a bid to embarrass a political enemy, then lied about her actions under oath,” the story says. At this week’s five-hour sentencing hearing in Montgomery County the judge blasted Kane and rejected calls for leniency. The former prosecutor used and exploited her position to battle perceived enemies instead of focusing on the business of fighting crime, the judge, Wendy Demchick-Alley, said during the hearing.

The leak stems from a feud that Kane had with a former prosecutor in her office named Frank Fina, who Kane accused of planting a damaging media story. Before Kane got elected the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office ran a years-long, undercover sting operation that busted leading state Democrats embroiled in a bribery scheme. At the time the Attorney General was Republican Tom Corbett.

When Kane took office in 2013, she shut the operation down. Before Kane ended the investigation, sources familiar with the inquiry said, prosecutors amassed 400 hours of audio and videotape that documented at least four city Democrats taking payments in cash or money orders, and in one case, a $2,000 Tiffany bracelet.

Back In 2014 Judicial Watch testified before a Pennsylvania House State Government Committee investigating Kane for refusing to uphold Commonwealth laws that she didn’t agree with. Judicial Watch Attorney Michael Bekesha explained to the panel that Kane had consistently failed to honor her sworn oath to uphold the state’s constitution by, among other things, refusing to defend the state’s marriage laws and failing to prosecute elected officials for accepting cash and other gifts in exchange for political favors. Bekesha also pointed out to the committee that the State Ethics Commission concluded that the promotion of Kane’s sister to Chief Deputy Attorney General in the child predator section created a perception that the promotion was not free from Kane’s influence. “Attorney General Kane is lawless,” Bekesha testified, adding that just the appearance of impropriety or misbehavior damages the office.

Kane has close ties to the Clintons and she worked on Hillary’s 2008 failed presidential campaign. In 2012 Bill Clinton endorsed Kane for Attorney General over former Pennsylvania Congressman Patrick Murphy. At the time the former president said “Kathleen is a great Democrat who understands that an Attorney General’s job is to stand up for consumers and people,” according to a press release dug up by a news outlet this week. After winning the election and making history as the first woman and first Democrat to hold the office, Kane was considered a rising star in the Democratic Party. Some believed she had a bright future in the U.S. Senate. Instead, the disgraced Attorney General is going to jail and her license to practice law has been suspended.

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isis

Federal authorities released earlier this month that a 19 year old boy in Pennsylvania pledged allegiance to ISIS.

He had used social media to spread propaganda supporting the Islamic State and materials confiscated from his home suggested that he, Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz, was up to more than just retweeting anti-American sentiments.

Among the items found at Aziz’ home was a “go bag” containing a loaded high-capacity magazine, a thumb drive, a modified kitchen knife, a tin filled with medicine, and a face mask bearing striking resemblance to the ones worn by ISIS.

Federal authorities believe that he may have been plotting an attack. The criminal complaint can be quoted as saying that Aziz may have been, “preparing to conduct or assist others in conducting an attack in the United States”.

Aziz used 57 different Twitter accounts to advocate for violence against American military and citizens, and to disseminate ISIS propaganda. All of which were traced back to his parents’ home, where he lived. Each time one account was suspended, he made another.

He was also connected to trying to aid others with travel to Syria to fight alongside ISIS. Aziz even promoted himself as someone who could arrange travel, “on behalf of ISIL”.

Aziz has been arrested and charged with two counts of attempting to provide material support to terrorists.

The craziest part? The Harrisburg Mayor, Eric Pepenfuse told media outlets that the city was aware of Aziz! He stated, “at no point was public safety in jeopardy”. What?! Good thing the feds stepped in.

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