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  • Rand Paul calls for indictment of Hillary Clinton

    08/12/2016 7:41:51 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 42 replies
    Republican Senator joins 'The O'Reilly Factor' to elaborate on prison time demand for Democratic presidential nomineehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uofvscfAx4  
  • Julian Assange [Wikileaks]: My Next Leak Will Ensure Hillary’s Arrest (June 12th source)

    07/24/2016 11:57:26 PM PDT · by Admiral_Zeon · 53 replies
    Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has said that Wikileaks have obtained information that, when released soon, will guarantee a Hillary Clinton indictment.
  • Julian Assange: My Next Leak Will Ensure Hillary’s Arrest

    07/24/2016 6:31:04 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 169 replies
    YourNewsWire ^ | 7/24/2016 | Sean Adl-Tabatabai
    Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has said that Wikileaks have obtained information that, when released soon, will guarantee a Hillary Clinton indictment. During a recent interview with ITV, Assange said his next release will “provide enough evidence” to see Hillary arrested. Silenceisconsent.net reports: WikiLeaks has already published 30,322 emails from Clinton’s private email server, spanning from June 30, 2010 to August 12, 2014. While Assange didn’t specify what exactly was in the emails, he did tell ITV that WikiLeaks had “accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, which could proceed to an indictment.” Assange hinted that the emails slated for...
  • Why Comey did us a favor.

    07/10/2016 11:37:20 AM PDT · by Auslander154 · 52 replies
    In a fair, one-tiered world, Hillary Clinton would have been indicted for espionage. Yet, I don't know anyone who actually believed it would happen. Neither did James Comey. FBI Director Comey did the next best thing however. He tried and, for all purposes, convicted Hillary Clinton for the public record. He could have just slipped the case in a manila envelope to the corrupt Obama Justice Dept. where it would have died a silent exonerative death. No details would have ever been revealed as relentlessly damning as the first 15 minutes of Comey's recitation of facts. It would just be...
  • Report: Corrine Brown facing federal indictment

    07/07/2016 12:18:09 PM PDT · by sheikdetailfeather · 55 replies
    Politico ^ | 7-7-16 | Matt Dixon
    Florida Rep. Corrine Brown has been indicted and will be appear in federal court in Jacksonville on Friday, according to First Coast News. The Jacksonville television station, citing "multiple sources," said the indictment remains sealed. It had been known publicly since March that Brown, a Democrat, was facing a Department of Justice Investigation related to "fraudulent activities," and whether or not she improperly solicited charitable donations and misused campaign funds. DOJ officials asked the House Ethics Committee to halt a separate investigation while they conducted their probe. The target of the investigation has not been identified, but Brown does have...
  • Comey’s FBI Helped Convict Navy Reservist who “Handled Classified Materials Inappropriately”

    07/06/2016 11:45:45 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 48 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | July 6, 2016
    Illustrating that FBI Director James Comey is a liar and a fraud, his agency helped convict a Navy reservist last summer of the same crime that he just cleared Hillary Clinton of committing. In that case the reservist from northern California got criminally charged—as per FBI recommendation—for having classified material on personal electronic devices that weren’t authorized by the government to contain such information. The FBI investigation didn’t reveal evidence that the reservist intended to distribute classified information to unauthorized personnel, so he was just being “extremely careless” like Clinton and her top aides. Similar offenses, vastly different outcome. The...
  • Hillary’s email mess isn’t the first scandal where she skirted indictment

    07/06/2016 11:20:52 AM PDT · by PROCON · 10 replies
    nypost.com ^ | July 5, 2016 | John Crudele
    The phrase “And Justice for All” just got another black eye. Hillary Clinton did a whole lot of wrong things with her State Department emails. But she won’t have to pay the price legally, FBI Director James Comey announced Tuesday. Clinton might be singing “Happy Days Are Here Again.” She almost got indicted once before — when she was first lady — for more than a dozen cases of fraud and perjury and whatnot.
  • Here's Why FBI Director Comey Can't Give Hillary A Free Pass

    07/05/2016 1:23:56 AM PDT · by Ray76 · 75 replies
    Investors Business Daily ^ | Jul 2, 2016 | Scott S. Powell
    The facts known about actions taken by Hillary Clinton while secretary of state surrounding the use of an unsecure private email server for conducting government business show that she violated 10 federal statutes. Several are national-security-related felonies, just three of which include: 1. disclosure of classified information (22 documents were Top Secret), 2. unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents, and 3. destruction of evidence (erasure of the hard drive and deletion of some 30,000 emails by Secretary Clinton) after a government investigation had commenced (Benghazi hearings began Oct. 10, 2012). Comey knows of a related but lesser law violation...
  • History repeating? Hillary has knack for eluding jail (Trump: "The fix is in.")

    07/04/2016 5:27:59 AM PDT · by HomerBohn · 23 replies
    WND ^ | 7/3/2016 | Jerome R. Corsi
    NEW YORK – The emerging history that Hillary Clinton evaded a planned Justice Department prosecution in the 1990s for her evidently criminal activity in the Whitewater affair has now been fully documented by Washington-based Judicial Watch. That Hillary escaped jail over Whitewater adds concern that Bill Clinton’s tarmac meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch may have been a resumed effort to the Bill-Hillary crime partnership to keep a planned political indictment from wrecking the political foundation upon which their ill-gotten financial gains continue to depend. On Saturday, WND reported Donald Trump had tweeted his concern that, according to CNN’s unidentified...
  • It appears the fix for Hillary Clinton is now locked in. "Vanity"

    07/04/2016 5:39:09 AM PDT · by JLAGRAYFOX · 92 replies
    It appears the fix for Hillary Clinton to be cleared of any wrongdoing or breaking the law is now firmly locked in place. POTUS, Obama has issued his marching orders...and, the FBI, the entire Democrat Party & the biased Obamabot media has morphed into full lock-step into absolving Hillary Clinton of any criminal charges in her "criminal" e-mail escapade!!! We shall see and find out, in the coming days!!! Sad!!! American, justice, freedom & liberty are dying at the hands of despots, tryrants & dictators. The FBI has no independent credence or honesty. It is just another tool to be...
  • EXCLUSIVE–Darrell Issa: There Is Enough Evidence to Indict Hillary Clinton

    06/25/2016 7:15:26 PM PDT · by V K Lee · 58 replies
    http://www.breitbart.com/ ^ | 6/25/16 | Patrick Howley
    Republican California Rep. Darrell Issa said that there is enough evidence to indict Hillary Clinton for mishandling national security information on her private email server. “There is more than enough for an indictment,” Issa, the former House Oversight Committee chairman, told Breitbart News Saturday on Sirius/XM Patriot Channel 125. Issa explained:
  • EXCLUSIVE — Huffington Post Writer: Editors Deleted My Article on Hillary’s Imminent Indictment

    05/30/2016 5:11:08 PM PDT · by Rockitz · 162 replies
    Breitbart.com ^ | 30 May2016 | Patrick Howley
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — A writer for The Huffington Post is still waiting for an explanation as to why editors deleted his piece reporting that the FBI will pursue an indictment against Hillary Clinton. Huffington Post freelance contributor Frank Huguenard, a scientist and public speaker, wrote a report for the liberal site Sunday entitled “Hillary Clinton to be Indicted On Federal Racketeering Charges.” But the piece was not up for long before the Huffington Post pulled it down and replaced it with a “404” Error screen. “Huffpo has yet to respond to my request for an explanation,” Huguenard tweeted at this...
  • Video: Jake Tapper fact checks Hillary Clinton on her email server claims… brutally

    05/14/2016 8:19:38 PM PDT · by GilGil · 23 replies
    Hot Air ^ | 5/14/2016 | Jazz Shaw
    Is that true? Was Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server for official business while she was Secretary of State “absolutely permitted?” No. That’s not true. She says that because she permitted herself and there was no one absolutely prohibiting her. Jake cuts back to an interview he did with her last year in which she answers the question as to whether or not anyone “signed off” on her doing it and she can only say, “it was allowed.”
  • FBI Confirms “Enforcement Proceeding” Against Hillary

    05/02/2016 6:31:31 AM PDT · by xzins · 105 replies
    Young Conservatives ^ | May 2, 2016 | Alicia Powe
    The mainstream media has succeeded in covering up Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and it appears her supporters couldn’t care less about the corruption. While it seems unlikely that Clinton will be hauled away in handcuffs anytime soon, a new filing by the Justice Department contains a phrase that suggests a criminal prosecution is being planned for the Democratic presidential frontrunner. From The Federalist Papers: In the ongoing battle to get access to the e-mails that Hillary sent, or received or tried to destroy, the Justice Department has been forced to respond or explain why certain emails must remain classified. When...
  • DFU SING-ALONG: Teddy Bears Picnic (Hillary's indictment - can someone sing this?)

    04/17/2016 1:10:37 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 3 replies
    dfu ^ | 4-17-16 | dfu
    < a href="http://www.fairychildren.com/music.shtml"> MIDI MUSIC FILE HERE If you go to her event today, some anger you'll be detecting The FBI has been on the case....her lies they have been dissecting It's time that justice finally prevails...illegal secrets in her emails Today's the day that Hillary is indicted There's laundered money in huge amounts that went into her foundation Her lies about the Behghazi deaths caused anger across the nation It's time that justice finally prevails...illegal secrets in her emails Today's the day that Hillary is indicted It is really a joyous day....make her evil just go away We have...
  • Republicans know Hillary Clinton is not going to be indicted. They just can’t say so.

    04/12/2016 8:26:54 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 67 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 04/11/2016 | Paul Waldman
    If you’ve spent any time inside the conservative information bubble, among the things you know is that not only did Hillary Clinton commit all manner of nefarious crimes with relation to the emails she sent and received as Secretary of State, but she will be indicted for those crimes soon, and that indictment will throw the 2016 to the Republican presidential nominee. If you inhabit the world outside that bubble, you may know that the chances of such an indictment are infinitesimal. But conservatives hold on to the possible indictment like a life raft amid swelling seas, the one tSo...
  • Clinton: GOP in 'fantasy' world dreaming of her arrest

    04/08/2016 12:33:08 PM PDT · by Smittie · 26 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 04/08/16 | Associated Press
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidates tried to shift attention back to Republicans Friday, calling for renewed focus on issues rather than on their dispute over qualifications to become president. Hillary Clinton said Republicans are living in a world of "fantasy and hope" if they think she'll be indicted over her use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state. Legal experts agree charges are unlikely. But Matt Lauer of NBC's "Today" said in Friday's interview that Republicans tell him they hope Clinton will be taken out of the election equation in coming months because of criminal...
  • Delay: DOJ will stall if FBI recommends Hillary Indictment

    03/29/2016 7:13:14 AM PDT · by Din Maker · 28 replies
    Newsmax ^ | March 29, 2016
    The Justice Department would stall any prosecution of Hillary Clinton until after the presidential election should the FBI recommend she be indicted for using a private email server as secretary of state, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay tells Newsmax TV. "If the FBI recommends an indictment, the attorney general will appoint a special prosecutor. That gets this case all the way through the election," DeLay, a Texas Republican, said Monday on "The Steve Malzberg Show." "That's what I think is going to happen [It would be for] stalling purposes. That's how you get it past the election."
  • Why did Liz Warren pick a fight with Trump now? (Cause her want-um be chief)

    03/28/2016 8:40:11 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 28 replies
    Legal Insurrection ^ | March 28, 2016 | William A. Jacobson
    Proving her worthiness for the throne if Hillary taken down by legal troubles. Elizabeth Warren is on the, er, attack against Donald Trump, who slashed back by mocking Warren's false appropriation of Indian identity to try to advance her career. The back and forth begs the real question, which is why did Warren decide to launch a tirade now against Trump? Trump has been being Trump at least since last summer. If Warren wanted to go ballistic on him, there were plenty of earlier opportunities. Senator Elizabeth Warren's harsh Twitter criticism of Donald Trump My theory of Warren is that...
  • Clinton Bristles at Question on E-mail Indictment: ‘It’s Not Going to Happen’

    03/10/2016 4:50:09 AM PST · by Servant of the Cross · 42 replies
    National Review ^ | 3/10/2016 | Brendan Bordelon
    Hillary Clinton bristled at a question over the possibility of her indictment during Wednesday night’s Democratic debate, refusing to say whether she’d drop out of the race should the FBI charge her with mishandling classified material and dismissing larger concerns over her improper use of official e-mail. Though a large portion of Wednesday night’s Univision debate in Miami was taken up by the question of immigration, Univision host Jorge Ramos unexpectedly led the evening with a series of pointed queries on Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. “That goes against a memo that...
  • Do Voters Think A Candidate Should Quit If Indicted?

    03/09/2016 12:45:03 PM PST · by doug from upland · 43 replies
    A former federal prosecutor recently made headlines with his prediction that Hillary Clinton will be indicted soon for trafficking in classified information on a private e-mail server while working as secretary of State. But should a criminal indictment put Clinton’s bid for the Democratic presidential nomination on hold? Just over half of Democrats say no. Forty-six percent (46%) of all Likely U.S. Voters think a political candidate who is charged with a felony while running for office should immediately stop campaigning. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just as many (47%) feel that candidate should continue running...
  • Megyn Kelly Reminds DNC Chair No GOP Candidate Is Facing ‘Threat Of Indictment’

    03/09/2016 5:40:54 AM PST · by Enlightened1 · 31 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 03/09/16 | Steve Guest
    Fox News host Megyn Kelly had to remind Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz  4% that while there may be some vulgarity among the Republican candidates for president, "no one's facing the threat of indictment." During Fox News' primary election coverage on Tuesday, Wasserman Schultz suggested that candidates in the Republican Party are "talking about small hands and their manhood." Adding, "I mean really, we need to make sure that the Republicans at their next debate put a parental advisory warning on the screen before it starts because they certainly aren't talking about the issues that are important...
  • Chesapeake Founder Aubrey McClendon Dies In Car Crash One Day After Federal Indictment

    03/02/2016 12:28:02 PM PST · by Nachum · 55 replies
    zero hedge ^ | 3/2/16 | tyler durden
    Just one day after the DOJ unveiled its had indicted Chesapeake Founder and former CEO Aubrey McClendon on federal charges of conspiring to rig bids for oil and natural gas leases, moments ago the Oklahoma Police announced that he was found dead in a car accident, when while traveling in a 2013 Chevy Tahoe at a high rate of speed he crashed while driving on a two-lane highway and was engulfed in flames. FORMER CHESAPEAKE CEO MCCLENDON DEAD AFTER CAR ACCIDENT: CNBCOKLAHOMA CITY POLICE SAY AUBREY MCCLENDON DEADMCCLENDON WAS GOING FASTER THAN SPEED LIMIT: POLICEMCCLENDON WAS ALONE IN 2013 CHEVY...
  • Texas Court Dismisses Indictment Against Former Gov. Rick Perry

    02/24/2016 1:01:54 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 32 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 02/24/2016
    The top criminal appeals court in Texas just dismissed the nearly two-year-old felony indictment against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry. The first of two charges against Perry was dismissed last July.Today’s dismissal by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals of the second charge against Perry marks the end of the case against him: Texas’ highest criminal court tossed the second and final felony charge against former Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday, likely ending a case the Republican says helped sink his short-lived 2016 presidential bid. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals dismissed the abuse-of-power charge, which was filed after...
  • The Planned Parenthood Videos and Ethical Zotting

    02/05/2016 9:43:06 AM PST · by Gandalf the Mauve · 34 replies
    5280 Denver ^ | 1/29/16 | Luc Hatlestad
    Journalism isn't rocket science. Nor is it law, medicine, or any other field that requires specific credentials to practice it. Many reporters have a journalism degree; some don't. All you really need to get into journalism is a strong sense of curiosity, decent writing skills (a few too many of us don't even have that), and a commitment to finding the truth.... Journalists "take an angle" on stories all the time, because we're human beings who have opinions or hunches about things, and because this profession pays us to have them. But there's a right way and a wrong way...
  • Former Inspector General: Powerful Democrat Women Standing in Way of Hillary Indictment

    02/03/2016 2:20:54 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 60 replies
    Breitbart National Security ^ | 2-2-16 | John Sexton
    A former Inspector General for the State Department says Hillary Clinton will never be indicted for her use of a private email server because there are four loyal Democrats standing in the way. Former Inspector General Howard J. Krongard says the current FBI investigation should be focused on how material made it from the classified email system, known as SIPRNet, to Clinton's unclassified private server. "It can't just jump from one system to the other. Someone had to move it, copy it. The question is who did that?" Krongard tells the New York Post. Krongard says Hillary's top three aides-Cheryl...
  • NEED RESEARCH HELP for Hillary film - we will put a stake in the vampire's heart

    02/02/2016 8:40:31 AM PST · by doug from upland · 20 replies
    fr | 2-2-16 | dfu
    As some of you know, I am working on a sequel to HILLARY! UNCENSORED. I cannot be specific, but we have changed direction with the focus and are going to present the project that does the most to inform the public in a way they can understand what this woman has done. It is going to be presented in a manner in which even the stupid and currently uninformed will be able to understand. I wish I had more hours in the day, but here is how you can help. We are focusing on the server, her email, Benghazi, and...
  • Wiggling Out Of A Sunburn

    01/30/2016 7:22:23 AM PST · by JoeWebb.com · 7 replies
    1/30/16 | Joe Webb
    Looming FBI-recommended Hillary indictment will end Clinton "dynasty " Is there a pardon in the wings for Chelsea and Bill? CLINTONS: Talked their way out of multiple sunburn since the 1980s. The long nightmare is finally over. A sitting President can pardon anyone - prior to indictment, after indictment, before or after conviction. There is precedent: Gerald Ford pardoned Richard Nixon before he was indicted. President Ford reasoned that the American public would not be able to countenance a former Commander-In-Chief sitting in a jail cell. Nixon's crimes were rather benign in comparison to the activist First Lady who became...
  • Halperin: White House Buzzing About FBI Investigation of Hillary Clinton

    01/29/2016 6:58:18 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 69 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | JAN. 29, 2016 | By DANIEL HALPER
    Bloomberg's Mark Halperin reported this morning on MSNBC that the White House is buzzing about the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton. Halperin also said that the FBI will likely interview Clinton. "Yeah," said Bloomberg's Mark Halperin, "well, there are three things people are keying off of. There's a lot of chatter amongst FBI agents, many of whom have never been big fans of the Clintons, but a lot of FBI agents seem to be saying something is happening here. Second is, from a legal point of view, you look at some of the recent developments we've talked about here on...
  • Here's What You Need to Know About The Ridiculous Indictment of The Planned Parenthood

    01/26/2016 11:42:58 AM PST · by Nachum · 43 replies
    The Daily Wire ^ | 1/26/16 | Ben Shapiro
    Last year, two journalists set up a complex and high-level sting against top Planned Parenthood executives; they took undercover video of their meetings with those executives. The videos stunned Americans with their graphic depictions of baby body parts and executives laughing and joking about sale of those baby body parts to research facilities. Now a Harris County grand jury has indicted the real lawbreakers: the journalists. David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of California were charged by the grand jury with tampering with a governmental record, which could carry a sentence of 20 years in prison, as well as a misdemeanor...
  • 61 - Proclamation 4311 - Granting Pardon to Richard Nixon September 8, 1974

    01/22/2016 1:30:18 PM PST · by nikos1121 · 8 replies
    http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=4696 ^ | September 8, 1974 | Gerald Ford
    By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Richard Nixon became the thirty-seventh President of the United States on January 20, 1969 and was reelected in 1972 for a second term by the electors of forty-nine of the fifty states. His term in office continued until his resignation on August 9, 1974. Pursuant to resolutions of the House of Representatives, its Committee on the Judiciary conducted an inquiry and investigation on the impeachment of the President extending over more than eight months. The hearings of the Committee and its deliberations, which received wide national publicity over television,...
  • Hillary Indicted?

    01/21/2016 6:32:15 PM PST · by huckfillary · 48 replies
    Artful Dilettante ^ | January 21, 2016 | Artful Dilettante
    There's lots of talk today about the possibility of Hillary Clinton being indicted. For the benefit of all 13 of my website followers, here's my quick take on it: Indicting Hillary quickly, or otherwise getting her to give up her candidacy, is the only chance the Dims have to win the White House. They have to get her out of the race, and soon, to get a winning ticket, i.e. Biden/Fauxcahontas on the ballot by November. (Fauxcahontas being Elizabeth Warren, who earned the name by falsely claiming to be of 1/64th or some such fraction Native American.) If they somehow...
  • When will Hillary Clinton be indicted?

    01/21/2016 4:08:42 PM PST · by Marcus · 60 replies
    Blasting News ^ | Jan 21, 2016 | Mark R. Whittington
    With the revelation that Hillary Clinton stored above top secret documents on her unsecured email server, the question being discussed on the news talk shows is not whether she will be indicted but when. Two scenarios have arisen concerning a possible Clinton indictment under the Espionage Act and perhaps other, related charges
  • FBI Investigating Clinton Foundation Pay to Play? (realistic on Hillary indictment)

    01/13/2016 11:19:58 AM PST · by jazusamo · 31 replies
    NLPC ^ | January 13, 2016 | Peter Flaherty
    According to unconfirmed reports, the FBI is now investigating the possibility that donors were directed to the Clinton Foundation in return for favors from the State Department when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. This would be in addition to the ongoing investigation into Hillary's use of a private email account for official business. We hope the FBI is reviewing the circumstances described below that we uncovered and have already made public: New York University (NYU) and the United Arab Emirates UAE)- We documented that Cheryl Mills, Hillary's longtime aide and confidant, worked as State Department chief of staff...
  • Former Federal Prosecutor Says Hillary Clinton Could Be Indicted Within 60 Days (Or FBI Will Revolt)

    01/13/2016 7:43:52 AM PST · by Zakeet · 39 replies
    Zero Hedge ^ | January 13, 2016
    The leaking of the Clinton emails has been compared to as the next "Watergate" by former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova this week, if current FBI investigations don't proceed in an appropriate manner. The revelation comes after more emails from Hilary Clinton's personal email have come to light. "[The investigation has reached] a critical mass," DiGenova told radio host Laura Ingraham when discussing the FBI’s still pending investigation. Though Clinton is still yet to be charged with any crime, DiGenova advised on Tuesday that changes may be on the horizon. The mishandling over the classified intelligence may lead to an imminent...
  • Ex-Prosecutor diGenova: FBI 'Would Go Ballistic' If Hillary Not Indicted

    01/09/2016 4:11:25 PM PST · by Libloather · 74 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 1/08/16 | Cathy Burke
    The FBI and intelligence community "would go ballistic" if there's no indictment in the case of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of her private email server to conduct government business, former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova tells Newsmax TV. In an interview with "Newsmax Now" hosts John Bachman and Miranda Khan on Friday, the former U.S. Attorney in the District of Columbia says the FBI will wrap up its probe of Clinton's email use in the next two to three months. "This case is about the future of enforcement of classified information," diGenova declared. "[Clinton] has gotten a pass...
  • Bill Clinton’s damning indictment of Obamanomics (Hussein sucks?)

    01/09/2016 3:38:50 PM PST · by Libloather · 4 replies
    NY Post ^ | 1/08/16 | Deroy Murdock
    Bill Clinton flew to New Hampshire and unsealed an indictment against Obama's economy. Campaigning in Exeter, Hillary's "secret weapon" told Granite State voters Monday, "I think this election is about restoring broadly shared prosperity, rebuilding the middle class, giving kids the American Dream back." The former president may have seemed to hammer some far-Right Republican president who gleefully impoverishes average Americans while enriching his fellow plutocrats. However, a far-Left Democrat has been president for seven years this month. Thus, the economic stagnation that Clinton critiqued is Obama's. In Obama's first or second year, Clinton might have managed to blame Baby...
  • The Bells Toll for Hillary

    01/08/2016 7:27:27 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 55 replies
    The American Spectator ^ | 1-8-16 | R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation will recommend that the Justice Department bring criminal charges against Hillary Clinton and various of her aides, and soon. The evidence consists of materials that the Bureau has gathered in the course of its months-long investigation of Mrs. Clinton's personal server. The recommendations will come very soon. The charges will consist of some of the following: 1. Improper disclosure or retention of classified information. 2. Destruction of government records. 3. Lying to federal agents. 4. Lying under oath. 5. Obstruction of justice. All the counts are familiar to those of us who have followed the...
  • Hillary Clinton’s Criminal Indictment Looms…

    01/07/2016 9:41:46 AM PST · by Signalman · 87 replies
    DC Whispers ^ | 1/7/2015 | DC Whispers
    Talk of a possible indictment against former Obama Secretary of State and current Democrat presidential frontrunner, Hillary Clinton have swirled for months. Whispers now indicate that over the last forty-eight hours that talk has turned very-very serious and it has the Clinton Machine scrambling to prevent what would be a historic political collapse not seen since the days of Nixon. The numbers are already daunting - 1200 classified documents were found with Mrs. Clinton's unsecured personal emails, a direct violation of federal law. That number doesn't even include the many more emails the FBI has been pulling from Clinton's hard...
  • Hillary's Watergate Looms: Washington insider predicts indictment over email scandal

    01/07/2016 8:46:23 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 62 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 01/07/2016 | Roger L. Simon
    Of all the welter of predictions for 2016, by far the most dramatic seems to have been given short shrift or swept under the rug -- the possible indictment of Hillary Rodham Clinton while running for the presidency. Were such an event to occur, it would dominate our culture as nothing since Watergate. Yet most of us put it in the back of our minds, thinking it could never happen and focusing on the latest back and forth with Trump.Nevertheless, as pointed out on PJM by Debra Heine, it very much could happen. Heine cited Laura Ingraham's Tuesday radio...
  • Menendez Shameless But Indictment Looms

    01/04/2016 10:08:43 AM PST · by jazusamo · 4 replies
    NLPC ^ | January 3, 2016 | Peter Flaherty
    In a headline today NJ.com asks the question, "How has Menendez Indictment Affected His Senate Duties?" The story details how Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) is acting if nothing is wrong, and quotesNLPC Chairman (not executive director) Ken Boehm: A leading Menendez critic said he had no problem with the senator's efforts to carry on as if he did not face criminal charges. "Defendants can act anyway they want," said Ken Boehm, executive director of the National Legal and Policy Center, a Falls Church, Va.-based watchdog group. "I take almost an attitude of, 'It's a free country, he's a free...
  • DFU SONG: Teddy Bears Picnic (Hillary's indictment)

    10/27/2015 7:56:04 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 6 replies
    midi site ^ | Oct 2015 | dfu
    FIND THE MIDI FILE HEREIf you go to her event today, some anger you'll be detecting the FBI has been on the case....her lies they have been dissecting It's time that justice finally prevails...illegal secrets in her emails Today's the day that Hillary is indicted There's laundered money in huge amounts that went into her foundation Her lies about the Benghazi deaths caused anger across the nation It's time that justice finally prevails...illegal secrets in her emails Today's the day that Hillary is indicted It is really a joyous day....make this woman just go away We have had quite...
  • Lawsuit: Obama Administration Withholding Draft of Clinton Whitewater Indictment

    10/20/2015 6:13:47 PM PDT · by mbj · 36 replies
    http://www.nationalreview.com ^ | October 20, 2015 6:15 PM | Brendan Bordelon
    “Judicial Watch has confirmed the existence of draft indictments of Hillary Clinton for her lies and obstruction in the Whitewater bank-fraud investigation,” the group’s president Tom Fitton wrote in the statement. “The Obama administration is refusing to release these records out of concern for Hillary Clinton’s privacy. Hillary Clinton’s privacy cannot be allowed to trump the public’s interest in knowing more about whether she obstructed justice and lied to a federal grand jury.”
  • Big Game Hunting, Lawfare Edition: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

    08/02/2015 3:51:58 PM PDT · by lifeofgrace · 2 replies
    sgberman.com ^ | 8/2/15 | Steve Berman
    On Monday, two felony charges will be unsealed against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, and the liberal media will feast on his humiliation and booking in another episode of Big Game Hunting: Lawfare Edition. After the indictments are unsealed, Paxton can surrender to be photographed, fingerprinted and booked at any of the state's 254 county jails. Kent Schaffer, one of the special prosecutors, has previously told News 8 they planned to present a third-degree charge of failing to register with the state securities board, as the law requires. They also said they planned to present a first-degree felony charge against Paxton, accusing him of securities...
  • Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Indicted On Federal Charges (indictment linked)

    05/28/2015 2:34:08 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 38 replies
    BuzzFeed ^ | May 28, 2015 | John Stanton
    WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has indicted former House Speaker Dennis Hastert on reporting evasion charges and lying to the FBI as part of an effort to pay off victims of “prior bad acts.” In an indictment handed down in the District Court of Northern Illinois, the Department of Justice and IRS charged Hastert, 73, with illegally transferring funds in an effort to avoid detection by the IRS, a scheme known as “structuring.” In the indictment, Hastert is accused of agreeing to pay one individual $3.5 million. Although the indictment specifies neither the “bad acts” nor the victims, sources said...
  • 6 Baltimore Police Officers Indicted in Death of Freddie Gray

    05/21/2015 3:01:39 PM PDT · by KeyLargo · 23 replies
    KTLA ^ | May 21, 2015
    <p>Six police officers have been indicted in the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Thursday.</p> <p>The officers are scheduled to be arraigned on July 2, she said.</p> <p>Gray’s death last month after allegedly suffering a devastating injury while in police custody sparked protests and riots in Baltimore.</p>
  • Baltimore officers indicted for the death of Freddie Gray

    05/21/2015 2:29:33 PM PDT · by CivilWarBrewing · 95 replies
    WFSB.COM ^ | May 21, 2015 | Zach Winslett
    (RNN) - All six officers charged for the death of Freddie Gray have been indicted by a grand jury. "As our investigation has continued, additional info has been discovered, and, as is often the case, additional charges can be added," Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby said during a press conference in Baltimore.
  • WSJ Editorial Wrong About Menendez Indictment

    05/15/2015 9:13:31 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 11 replies
    NLPC ^ | May 15, 2015 | Peter Flaherty
    It’s been almost a month since the Wall Street Journal ran an editorial titled “The Menendez Indictment.” We responded in a letter to the editor that has not been published. It’s a safe bet it never will be, so we post it here. The Journal got to the point in its opening paragraph: Ill-defined federal laws now reach into virtually every sphere of human behavior, and thus prosecutors can destroy almost anyone they choose. The recent indictment of Senator Robert Menendez on 14 counts of corruption and “honest services” fraud is a troubling case in point that deserves more...
  • Judge refuses to throw out Perry indictment, case will proceed

    01/27/2015 2:23:31 PM PST · by Responsibility2nd · 40 replies
    San Antonio Express News ^ | 01/27/2015 | Peggy Fikac
    AUSTIN – A state judge on Tuesday refused to throw out an indictment accusing former Gov. Rick Perry of abusing his veto authority to try to force out a local prosecutor. Perry, who is actively eyeing another presidential bid, was indicted last summer. The charges stem from his 2013 threat to veto funding for a public corruption unit overseen by Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg unless she resigned after a drunken-driving arrest. Lehmberg stayed in office after serving jail time, and Perry axed the funding. The Republican said that Lehmberg, a Democrat, had lost the public’s confidence. A grand...
  • June Trial Set in Yee Corruption Case (shoulder fired missiles)

    12/19/2014 3:53:34 AM PST · by Libloather · 4 replies
    Courthouse News ^ | 12/18/14 | MARIA DINZEO
    SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - Suspended California state Sen. Leland Yee could face a jury as early as June for charges of political corruption and conspiracy to import guns. At a scheduling conference on Thursday, U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer said Yee will be tried along with his political consultant Keith Jackson, who also faces drug and murder-for-hire charges. Breyer said those charges will be tried separately, but lawyers for the defendants, including Yee's lawyer James Lassart, were not satisfied. "The firearms charges are going to be extremely prejudicial. The government has acquired 50 to 70 different firearms that, undoubtedly to...