Everyone, Welcome Barack Obama and MSNBC to the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
The Clinton campaign has responded to the devastating State Department report on her email practices, and the response a doozy (although a predictable one). The basic gist of the response is that the report validates her email practices and that anyone who says differently is obviously a part of the vast right wing conspiracy arrayed against her: “The report shows that problems with the State | Read More »
BREAKING: State Department Audit Concludes Hillary Clinton Lied, Broke Federal Regulations with Private Email Server
An internal State Department audit which was just released has concluded that Hillary Clinton broke Federal regulations and record-keeping laws through her use of a private email server, and specifically refuted some of the claims Clinton has repeatedly made about her email arrangement. Specifically, the report refutes Clinton’s repeated assertion that her use of a private email server was approved for use by the State | Read More »
Hillary Thinks Facing Consequences For Her Emails Is a GOP Fantasy
I really wish she wouldn’t use words like “fantasy,” especially since her situation is very precarious, and in a very real way.
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The GOP Just Filed TWO Lawsuits Against Hillary Clinton
The GOP is suing Hillary Clinton in two separate lawsuits over access to her records from her time as Secretary of State. Hillary’s time at State continues to be a source of headaches and tribulation for her, and it won’t let up any time soon. Because of this crazy wacky interest Americans have in truth and transparency and, you know, looking out for Americans who | Read More »
Hillary’s Most Outrageous Lie Yet Is This Whopper ABOUT Her Honesty
Hillary Clinton has taken the title. I’m calling it. She’s a bigger liar than her husband. Mind you, this was not an easy achievement, but she has done it. Because there is no more ridiculous lie than the one she told CNBC this week. “There wasn’t a single one of those that was marked classified, either sent or received. That hasn’t changed. I said make | Read More »
“Clinton compares e-mail questions to Benghazi.” Funny thing about that…
Hillary Clinton compares her email troubles to her Benghazi troubles. I agree… but not in a way she’d like.
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Looking at the Latest Round of Hillary Clinton’s Emails Released
In case you haven’t been following the Hillary Clinton email scandal lately, the most recent round of emails from Hillary’s private server were dropped yesterday, and the news just keeps getting worse for the presidential aspirant. As you might expect, there’s plenty of important information we can mine from this. The exchange over the former Secretary’s struggles with emojis seems to have gotten the most press, | Read More »
Number of Hillary Clinton E-Mails with Classified Information Reaches 60
When I last wrote about Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal, we knew that four of the e-mails found on her server had classified information. However, in the time since then, it has come to light that the real number of e-mails with classified information in them is a much larger number, a story apparently ignored by the media. The most recent tally available, current to the | Read More »
The real email question: Did Hillary Clinton sell US secrets?
While the media is focusing your attention on the shiny object that is her email server, the real story is not being told. The circumstantial evidence indicates that Hillary Clinton, or members of her inner circle with her connivance, purloined highly classified US intelligence and either sold it, traded it, or used it for personal gain. This is not a conspiracy theory and it is | Read More »
Clinton email investigation focuses on Mrs. Carlos Danger
If you look at significant federal investigations you find they tend to follow a pattern. The associates of the main target, the bit players, are targeted. They are presented with the option of fighting a criminal indictment that could, upon conviction, result in decades in prison OR they can plead guilty to felonious mopery with the intent to lurk, take a misdemeanor conviction, and give | Read More »
Report: Democrats in panic over Hillary Clinton’s criminality
Actually, they are in a near panic over her getting caught as they have been fine with her criminality for a couple of decades. From The Hill, Dems near Clinton panic mode: Democrats are worried that the furor over Hillary Clinton’s private email server will be prolonged and intensified after her sudden move to hand it to the FBI. The Clinton campaign’s decision to give | Read More »
Richard Burr’s Advertising June Email Acquisition on National Security
This strikes me as rather funny. wants you to sign a petition to “support a safer and more prosperous America!” At least that is what the graphic says. But look at the URL: https://action.burrforsenate.com/advertising-june-email-acquisition-national-security/ “Advertising June Email Acquisition” In other words, isn’t really going to do anything with your email address except start sending you more emails and know that’s an issue you care about. | Read More »
E-mailgate is Dead! Long live E-mailgate!
David Brock penned a brief column over at USA Today that is about as David Brock as it gets. If anyone was wondering why the Republicans have stoked this e-mail controversy, you now have your answer: the investigation into the Benghazi tragedy is all but dead and this is a desperate gambit to keep it alive in the 2016 elections. Millions of taxpayer dollars have | Read More »
My friend Dave refers to Hillary Clinton as America’s ex-wife. Her press conference yesterday proved him right. The dirty little secret of the Clinton regime is that the press adored Bill Clinton. He was a McDonalds eating, womanizing man whore, who could chit chat on anything, tell a joke that’d make you blush, and then get back to work. And the fraternal press corps loved | Read More »
Hillary Clinton Admitted She Is Not “An Expert on Software-Defined Storage.”
Last year, Hillary Clinton spoke at the OpenSDx Summit in San Francisco, CA. She was asked about privacy, security, and technology. In the speech, Hillary Clinton admitted “I’m not an expert on software-defined storage or the intricacies of cloud computing.” Further Admitting the U.S. Government is “woefully behind” on upgrading to next-generation technology, Clinton noted that under her tenure at the State Department, it was | Read More »