Archive | October, 2016

Four FBI Probes Related to the Clintons

The following information is compiled from allegations contained in news reports and in public interviews by current and former law enforcement officials. All of those involved have denied any wrongdoing. The FBI reportedly has 4 active probes related to the Clintons. Here’s how they dovetail. 1. Clinton Foundation: Four FBI field offices– New York, Los […]

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Wikileaks emails: Clinton strategists suggested attacking McCain on his age in ’08. (He was about the age Clinton is today)

Hillary Clinton’s current strategists and campaign officials were plotting, in the 2008 campaign, ways to attack Republican presidential candidate John McCain on his age, according to Wikileaks emails. At the time they considered McCain too “old”–he was about two years older than Hillary Clinton is today: “Old argument: talking about him being out-of-touch is different for someone older-becomes […]

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Wikileaks email: “Warning to Hillary” from liberal blogger

In March of last year, Hillary Clinton ally Brent Budowsky expressed concerns about foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation and other matters. His alleged email to Clinton campaign chief John Podesta was entitled, “Warning to Hillary.” Budowsky blogs for The Hill, the LA Progressive, and The Huffington Post: “It was not uplifting to learn in […]

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Wikileaks emails: liberal blogger says there are certain truths he would never write

In a blatant example that political operatives use the new media to try to sway opinion rather than necessarily give honest assessments, Clinton ally Brent Budowsky acknowledges that he would never tell certain truths in public. Budowsky blogs for The Hill, the LA Progressive, and The Huffington Post. In January, Budowsky sent Clinton campaign chair John Podesta […]

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Clinton campaign efforts to “conflate” Benghazi with email controversy

In October of 2015, the Hillary Clinton campaign team was working to blend together two of her biggest controversies in the minds of voters: the email scandal and Benghazi. According to emails leaked by Wikileaks, Clinton “consultants” felt it was “imperative” to tie Clinton’s use of private email servers for government business–including classified documents– to the broader […]

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Obamacare: Critical Condition

Obamacare has provided insurance to millions of Americans–many of them for free (at taxpayer expense). But for millions of others, Obamacare has proven disastrous. These individuals and families find themselves paying up to double what they once paid for health insurance. At the same time, they’re socked with huge out of pocket costs and sky-high deductibles. Some are […]

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Courting the Felon Vote

There’s a rush to give the right to vote hundreds of thousands of felons. Sunday on Full Measure, hear from Virginia’s governor as he says he hopes that Hillary Clinton will get the vote of thousands of felons he recently restored voting rights to. And Virginia isn’t the only state where Democrats are courting the felon vote.   […]

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Clinton aides: A joke about Ted Cruz might deflect from Hillary email story

In 2015, as the Clinton campaign was managing the fall-out from negative stories about Hillary Clinton’s improper handling of classified email, aides suggested that Hillary telling a funny joke about Ted Cruz might help deflect attention. Read the email Aides suggested Hillary tell a joke on another occasion to deflect from her email controversies: Read […]

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How pro-Clinton Center for American Progress attempts to discredit reporting of journalists who damage the preferred narrative

This Wikileaks email shows how John Podesta’s pro-Clinton Center for American Progress (CAP) rolls in alleged attempts to discredit the reporting of journalists who prove damaging to the preferred narrative: in this case, Jake Tapper (then of ABC). Clinton campaign spokesman Jennifer Palmieri also came from the George Soros-funded CAP. And both Podesta and Palmieri worked […]

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