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7/2/2016

Bill Clinton And Loretta Lynch: We Promise To Never Meet Again During F.B.I. Investigations That Involve Us

Filed under: General — Dana @ 6:35 pm



[guest post by Dana]

It’s a lazy Saturday afternoon, so why not throw up a few of the more interesting tidbits of the day.

First, let me point out, as expected, the MSM has provided the public with pathetic excuses reasonable explanations as to why a “really social guy” like Bill Clinton would meet with the Attorney General during an official F.B.I. investigation into his wife’s use of a home server and the Clinton Foundation, in which he is a key player.

And, in case you missed it, Bill Clinton, through his spokesman, said that if he had a do-over, he would not meet with Lynch because of how others might view it. Loretta Lynch also assured the public that if she had to do it again, she would not meet with that “really social guy” because she understands how their innocent meeting has cast a shadow over the investigation. And Hillary Clinton has echoed both Bill and Lynch: “Obviously, no one wants to see any untoward conclusions drawn, and they said they would not do it again.” So, nothing to see, no impropriety, no conflict of interest, and certainly no violation of the Dept. of Justice Ethics Regulations. So get off your judgey high horses, people, because they have obviously learned their lesson.

Amusingly, after giving a voluntary interview with the F.B.I. this morning, we learn that Hillary Clinton gets her news just like our current president. It’s a Democrat thing:

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Also, there are whispers that things are proceeding as planned going to be coming up roses for Hillary:

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And look who simply couldn’t resist:

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Tomorrow morning, the talking heads will provide us with their insightful clarity into this latest Democratic scandal unfortunate misunderstanding.

–Dana

140 Responses to “Bill Clinton And Loretta Lynch: We Promise To Never Meet Again During F.B.I. Investigations That Involve Us”

  1. These people.

    Dana (995455)

  2. Hillary and Barack are always hearing about stuff in the news. Nobody they work with ever tells them anything!

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  3. there’s no better way to take failmerica down for good than electing a sclerotic incompetent criminal slag like stinkypig with her sleazy herpetic hubby in tow

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  4. *cough*

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  5. yes, that will teach them a lesson, or something,

    https://twitter.com/iowahawkblog/status/749369434893000705

    narciso (732bc0)

  6. I don’t know which is more sad and disgusting,
    that leaders of our country treat the press and the public as idiots,
    or that the public is so happy to help them get away with it.

    It is getting increasingly easy to see how the mass of the German people in Nazi Germany just closed their eyes.

    MD in Philly (f9371b)

  7. to say nothing of her criminally fugly daughter and her hedgepig son in law

    NAR

    STY

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  8. my mission in life is for to see iowahawk on a postage stamp

    preferably before either of us dies

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  9. This was just another right wing conspiracy!
    Of course, nowadays, some right wingers are actually conspiring to help her win the Presidency.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  10. “The most obvious explanation and probably the right one, is Bill Clinton is a really social guy, right?” Halperin said in an NBC News interview. “And we’ve all seen situations where famous people on the tarmac, the two planes, it’s kind of fun, ‘Hey, let’s go over and visit.'”

    sleazy bloomberg propaganda slut isn’t even trying anymore

    and he’s getting paid a LOT

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  11. he really is genuine harvard trash, his pop was a traitorous associate of phil agee,

    narciso (732bc0)

  12. i always think of james rufus first when i see that name

    love him more than beans n fishsticks

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  13. Kind of interesting that Patterico was reporting just yesterday that Hillary! had not yet been interviewed by the FBI, yet now we are somehow led to believe that the decision not to indict her has already been made. And they wonder why so many of us think the fix is in.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  14. MD, remember when you are speaking of masses of people the “m” is silent.

    Azygos (198248)

  15. People do not want to be responsible for their souls, MD. It’s a heavy cross to carry. They don’t merely allow, they want, they crave, others to decide for them what is right and what is wrong.

    nk (dbc370)

  16. it’s an old jedi mind trick ‘these are not the droids you’re looking for’ of course, in my best colombo I would ask ‘one more question, how long have you been in communication with all principles of spectre, I mean the clinton foundation,

    narciso (732bc0)

  17. That meeting had to have been arranged – by Bill Clinton, not necessarily and probably not Loretta Lynch. He could have arranged it. He didn’t have to tell her. In fact that might have bene the point. If he tried to scchedule ameeting, it would be easily turned down. If he ran into her at some event, her meeting him might not tell him anything. It had to be a sudden opportunity, but she might be very impolite not to meet him, and would, unless there was some ethical reason not to.

    Finding out whether or not there was an open and shut ethical bar to their meeting might have been exactly what he was after. This would either be that she’s about to indicted, or that that he himself is a potential target of a RICO investigation.

    The fact that Hillary’s interview with the FBI took place today fits with this theory. The interview is a step the FBI would take (unless it was refused) before deciding whether to recommend an indictment. Had she been close to an indictment, the interview would have bene called off by Hillary. Now that she’s not so close, she can do it, and still know there’ll be no indictment before it gets too close to the election to indict, according to Justice Department written guidelines.

    Her schedule was public. He arrived at the airport early. Well, if he wanted to meet her, he would have to be there a bit early because he wouldn’t know exactly when she would land and he wouldn’t want to miss her. They met on an airplane that was parked next to hers that was neither his nor hers. Somebody must have started the air conditioning in that plane before. (Clinton would want to inconvenience her the least – of course, in this theory, he must have known where exactly the plane would touch down, but he might have known this because maybe he could find out the security arrangements or maybe they were standard because there would be a limosine waiting for her which he might also have known would not yet arrive. This is maybe getting too complicated because I don’t know all the facts. The explanation as to how he knew where her plane would be parked would be very simple.)

    The story as to why he was in Phoenix is that he was there to play golf. But it’s not the most natural place to play golf now. It was something like 108 degrees Fahrenheit in Phoenix that day. Golf could be a good excuse for a trip to Phoenix, though, and could be scheduled pretty quickly..

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  18. Once you assume that this meeting was not an accident, then there’s something very telling about this meeting which we may not realize, because it’s so obvious to us.

    It means there’s something very serious that Bill Clinton knows that’s worthy of indictment, whether or not the investigation is at that stage.

    As Rush Limbaugh put it on June 30th:

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2016/06/30/what_i_think_bill_told_loretta

    …Why would Bill Clinton be thinking that it’s even remotely possible his wife would be indicted, necessitating this conversation with her?

    CALLER: Well, sometimes the truth runneth over. I don’t know —

    RUSH: No. I’ll tell you why. I’ll answer my own pregunta. If Bill Clinton is thinking it’s a possibility, then there’s more than smoke here. I realize all of this is hypothetical, we don’t know, we’re all guessing here, but we are using intelligence guided by experience. Bill Clinton’s a known quantity. Hillary Clinton’s a known quantity. We know how they look at the judiciary. We know how they look at power. We know how they’ve used it in the past. We know that the last thing in the world anybody wants or expects is Mrs. Clinton to be indicted, but if Clinton thinks that it’s possible, then there has to be a reason for it.

    If he’s out there thinking she could be indicted and it’s crazy close enough, that he’s gotta go talk to the AG about it, then there’s probably a whole bunch of reasons or validity for indicting her, which would be tantamount to being included in your theory. If Clinton’s running around thinking, “She didn’t do nothing wrong. Hell, she hasn’t done nothing anybody else hasn’t done. This is crazy. This is all ginned up by the vast right-wing conspiracy,” he would be thinking Loretta Lynch is thinking the same thing, there’s no way there’s ever gonna be an indictment, but he’s gonna go talk to her, thinking that there could be an indictment that must mean that his wife’s done something that could justify an indictment. That’s what I’m saying.

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  19. she’s an incredibly large chunk of justice, even for a chronically engorged slutstate like failmerica

    ROTUND i think they call it

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  20. Here is the quote from J. Christian Adams on tha Rush Limbaugh show where he mentions the writen guideline in the Justice Department not to indict (a candidate?) too close to an election: (something most people do not seem to be aware of)

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2016/07/01/j_christian_adams_tells_us_why_lynch_met_with_clinton_and_what_it_means

    RUSH: Right. Well, where do you expect this to go now? As a seasoned veteran of DOJ and now running your election legal foundation, where do you expect this to go? What’s the endgame here with this story?

    CALLER: [sic the caller is Adams] There’s two irreconcilable American values. One, we don’t criminalize politics. That’s what Third World nations do. And you don’t indict people because, you know, there’s some political differences. On the other hand, nobody’s above —

    RUSH: Wait, wait, wait, wait. You mean in a campaign or something, our civilized way, we would not bring proceedings because that would taint the purity of the campaign, the election? Is that what you mean?

    ADAMS: Yeah. And that’s actually a Justice Department value. They don’t want to influence an election by indicting before elections. That’s a written guideline. On the other hand, nobody’s above the law. You know, Hillary’s not above the law, and the king should not be above the law. And so we have these two irreconcilable American values clashing in this, and I don’t know which way it’s gonna go.

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  21. I once wrote a whole Columbo sketch with Detective Colombo interviewing Bill Clinton about Waco.

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  22. Lynch doesn’t have any grandchildren and it was 110 degrees in Phoenix on the day Bill Clinton was supposed to be playing golf. Pull the other one.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  23. how are we supposed to take this travismockasham seriously if you keep remembering facts like that,

    narciso (732bc0)

  24. looks like to me girlfriend got the sugar diabetus and a lack of moral clarity

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  25. The Worst That Could Happen

    Hill, I heard you’ll be indicted
    Heard you’ll be indicted
    This time they’re really sure
    And this is the end
    They say they really mean it
    This time they got you dead to rights
    Tied up and wrapped up good and tight
    And lady, if they let you skate this time
    Maybe it’s the best thing
    Maybe it’s the best thing for you
    But it’s the worst that could happen to us

    I never thought I’d see it, never dreamed I’d see it
    The fix is really in
    But a crim like you needs to be in prison
    The things you’ve done have ruined lives
    No ifs or buts or in betweens
    And lady, if you don’t pay for your crimes
    Maybe it’s the best thing
    Maybe it’s the best thing for you
    But it’s the worst that could happen to us

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  26. Did Loretta High-Tech Lynch and Billy B.J.Clinton …..CORKSCREW into Phoenix, under SNIPER fire.

    GUS (30b6bd)

  27. The fact that B.J.CLINTON did his usual abjectly BRAZEN behavior, and ARRANGED a meet up with the MF’ING ATTORNEY GENERAL of THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA 2-3 DAYS before his WIFE and CRIME FAMILY COHORT was to be INTERVIEWED by the F.B.I., tells us EVERYTHING we need to know. B.J. CLINTON ..,..OBVIOUSLY KNEW, that RODHAM had NEGOTIATED and ARRANGED the F.B.I. interview/interrogation. Rodham wasn’t called on Friday afternoon to see if she could fit the F.B.I. interview into hers and her 5 attorneys schedule. Rodham knew the appointment. B.J.BILLY knew the SCHEDULE. B.J. BILLY realized a 2ND BLUE DRESS was on the IMMEDIATE HORIZON, and made arrangements to be WHERE Loretta “High Tech” Lynch was going to be. The smell of FEAR and DESPERATION, the STENCH of the CLINTON CRIME FAMILY is in the air. Is this SUPPOSED to be a COINCIDENCE???? Rodham is to be INTERROGATED in a couple days, by the F.B.I., and BILLY B.J. takes a FLIGHT to EXACTLY WHERE the F.B.I. Boss Lady is at?? He waits in a PRIVATE JET on the TARMAC so he can have a WEE CHAT about his Grandchildren????? Who believes such CRAP?

    GUS (30b6bd)

  28. All psychopaths to the deck department.

    All sociopaths to personnel.

    Normal people? To the radar.

    Steve57 (ecac13)

  29. Job assignments in hell.

    Steve57 (ecac13)

  30. i’m loving this radar thingy it’s very soothing

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  31. Looks as if it may be time to cash in and screw this third world over taxed hell hole.

    mg (31009b)

  32. The media needs to be killed by we the people.

    mg (31009b)

  33. or at least move to texas

    or tennessee if they get rid of that obnoxious dividend tax

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  34. When talking about children, grandchildren, and whatnot if old friends, like Vince Foster were mentioned.

    {^_^}

    JDow (babe94)

  35. So I flew into Phoenix the other day. On my TAXPAYER funded GLOBAL WARMING MACHINE. I’m the ATTORNEY GENERAL. I arrive and I’m about to have a TAXPAYER FUNDED bullet proof LIMOSINE, pick me up so as to take me to my 5 STAR……TAXPAYER FUNDED Hotel, with adjoining SUITES for my ENORMOUS staff and my Husband as well…when…..SUDDENLY…SOMEHOW…OUT OF THE CLEAR BLUE, my DEPT OF JUSTICE JET AIRCRAFT gets a call and NOTICE, that…..WOW…..COINCIDENTALLY, the HUSBAND of the TARGET of a HUGE 150 F.B.I. AGENT CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION, who is going to be INTERROGATED in 3 DAYS……..just happens to be on his PEDOPHILE ISLAND AIRLINES jet at the same TARMAC!!!!!
    How did MR CLINTON KNOW???? Even in coincidence, there has to be a MOMENT, where MRS HIGH TECH LYNCHING and BILLY BLUE DRESS, “find out” that “EACH OTHER” are there!!!!!! Right LIBTARDS???
    How did THAT happen?????
    AMUSE ME PLEASE.

    GUS (30b6bd)

  36. 17. SF: They met on an airplane that was parked next to hers that was neither his nor hers.

    The third plane might be a completely false report:

    http://observer.com/2016/07/exclusive-security-source-details-bill-clinton-maneuver-to-meet-loretta-lynch/

    I had that third plane from Rush Limbaugh, which he spoke about like it was acknowledged fact, and I assumed he had a good source for that. But it might have been a planted bit of disinformation. The simple explanation for that part of the story might be…that it’s untrue. I think that’s actually the case a lot of times with things Clinton. Parts of the story that don’t fit are..lies.

    That third plane gave all kinds of trouble to the idea that Bill Clinton alone, contrived hat meeting, and Bill Clinton might have been interested in planting a piece of information that contradicted that idea, precisely because it is true and gives insight into his motives.

    That plane would have had to be available to him, and air conditioned already, and he would have had to be able to get it parked next to her plane, without being able to park his own there..

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  37. According to this source, whose credentials were checked and confirmed by the Observer with sources inside both the FBI and the United States Secret Service, the attorney general was caught completely off guard by the meeting and the source dismisses suggestions that have been raised alleging that she waited there to see Bill Clinton or accommodated his request to see him. In fact, it seems from this source that it was Bill Clinton who was maneuvering for face time with the attorney general, because his plane had been scheduled to leave before hers arrived. That he had delayed his departure we knew already.

    . They [their planes] were 75 yards apart. We have a procedure we do to clear [space for] a motorcade. As we were ready to receive her, I saw the other motorcade coming in—we were like, ‘great timing.’ ”

    The source was being sarcastic in saying “great timing,” indicating that it would have been better logistically for Clinton’s plane to take off before Lynch’s arrived, to avoid the congestion of two motorcades on the tarmac at once. The source indicated that Clinton’s people at the airport didn’t know what was taking Clinton’s motorcade so long to arrive and speculated that the delay was engineered specifically so that Clinton would not have left before Lynch arrived.

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  38. Recall that as the Clintonistas left the White House in 2001, after the bitterly disputed 2000 election, they pried off the “W” key from all of the computer keyboards throughout the White House.

    The FBI interview was precisely the right length to be minimally credible. It will be spun as “We only needed to confirm that she didn’t have bad intentions on a few particularly unfortunate email-related concerns. She didn’t. We asked several times. She finally pinky-swore. You can’t beat that. What do you want, thumbscrews? It was Miller time, there’s a coronation to attend at the convention and then the First! Woman! President! can Save! The! World! from Trump!

    Beldar (fa637a)

  39. If your not voting Trump, you are aiding and abetting tinkle bottom and her cocksure husband.
    tinkle bottom- good one, happyfeet.

    mg (31009b)

  40. …If your not voting Trump, you are aiding and abetting tinkle bottom…

    You.

    Are.

    You.

    Are.

    Normally I wouldn’t have bothered but since you’re [note: you are] going around correcting people…

    Steve57 (ecac13)

  41. Somewhere, somebody, is f***ing voting wrong!

    Steve57 (ecac13)

  42. I would bet that the FBI has NOT made its decision on Hillary. They have to cross check everything she said (that is, if she didn’t take the Fifth) with what Abedin and especially Bryan Magliano told them

    Victoria (448f3e)

  43. After a night of drink, drugs and wild sex, Sreve woke up to find himself next to a really ugly woman. That’s when he realized he had made it home safely.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  44. GUS accidentally SWALLOWED some SCRABBLE tiles. His next CRAP could spell DISASTER.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  45. “No Trump campaign buttons or bumper stickers for me. I’m part of the new silent majority: those who don’t like Donald Trump but might vote for him anyway. For many of us, Trump has only one redeeming quality: He isn’t Hillary Clinton. He doesn’t want to turn the United States into a politically correct, free-milk-and-cookies, European-style social democracy where every kid (and adult, too) gets a trophy just for showing up.”

    Think on that, Forever Hillary!roids

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  46. To mirror what the good coronello said.

    I do not have a #NeverTrump bumpersticker on my car.

    Because if God does not bestow His mercy on this country between now and November and all we have to choose from is Trump and Clinton, I will vote for Trump.

    But I will not like it. No force on earth can make me like it. He is a sh*theel.

    Now, how do I explain this to the grandkids?

    Steve57 (ecac13)

  47. I don’t understand why Bubba and Loretta promise to never meet to discuss grandkids again. Is there something wrong with meeting to discuss grandkids?

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  48. I see the Dems are taking California’s Bercerra out for a test-lie on FNS this morning.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  49. EPIC FAIL.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  50. The stoat began sputtering, veered hard left, shuddered and emitted loud gasps and farting noises.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  51. Now, how do I explain this to the grandkids?
    Steve57 (ecac13) — 7/3/2016 @ 6:47 am

    You put them on your knee and say: “Kids, your granddaddy did a lot of things he isn’t proud of during the Great Second Revolution, but he never backed down from the good fight. Even when he hated to do so he pulled that trigger and voted for the person least apt to turn America into a socialist crap-hole. Yep, granddaddy did what a lot of patriots had to do even when we hated doing it. You’re welcome.”

    Then maybe you’ll be able to sing God Bless America without being censored.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  52. We may never know the motive for why Bubba and Loretta met in secret on an airplane parked on the tarmac.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  53. “That third plane gave all kinds of trouble to the idea that Bill Clinton alone, contrived hat meeting, and Bill Clinton might have been interested in planting a piece of information that contradicted that idea, precisely because it is true and gives insight into his motives.” Dude you are great. Very good detection.

    Gmail sign in (8e07c9)

  54. I’m sick of this guy from Clinton. should withdraw from politics anymore. gmail sign in

    Asukel (8e07c9)

  55. I would wear a Trump bumper sticker, but I only have PL/PD, without the illegal alien clause.

    And I live in a police state where masked agents in civilian attire beat up reporters on the Capital lawn.

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  56. Bubba was a man who always had a stiff one
    Prowling for a piece of ass
    Caught himself some heat he left a gob of spunk on
    The blue dress of a winsome lass

    Get lost, get lost
    Get lost because you suck you mutt
    Get lost, get lost
    Get lost because you suck you mutt
    Get lost, Bubba. Go home
    Get lost, get lost
    Lost because you suck you mutt
    Get lost, get lost
    Lost because you suck you mutt
    Get lost Bub

    Daft Hillary Clinton thought she was a winner
    Though she never won the prize
    Threw in with the mutt although he was a sinner
    Two left wings and ginormous thighs

    To jail, to jail
    To jail and no you get no bail
    To jail, to jail
    To jail, to jail
    To jail, Dowager. To jail
    To jail, to jail
    To jail cuz that’s where you belong
    To jail cuz that’s where you belong

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  57. @Colonol Haiku 47. 48. 49.On some questions, Xavier Becerra used carefully chosen words that his interviewer (I didn’t get her name) didn’t pick up the significance of, although for one he gave a clue; and on another question, he just filibustered and didn’t answer the question at all – not because the Democrats don’t have a prepared answer, because they do, and I know it, but because that educates people and raises all sorts of other, better questions, and if this was really folllowed up, we might get somewhere.

    1. Carefully chosen words:

    A) That the military could not have arrived in time.

    This one he gave away actually by mentioning that the orders were, or would have been, to go, not to Benghazi, but to Tripoli.

    Now, first if all, this direction to Tripoli, not Benghazi, needs some explanation. The idea of going to Tripoli was because of the possibility that the embassy there might be attacked. They were getting threats or disinformation that that would be next. Benghazi, most people in the U.S. government thought, was all over, and they kept on thinking that, again and again. over and over again, several different times during the night.

    So that’s why the orders would have been to go to Tripoli – to protect the people there.

    Xavier Becerra said the changing of the uniforms four times in Rota, Spain was already known in 2013, and that’s probably correct, but the Democrats never tried to call any attention to it. I know there’s a couple of things I learned that have not been repeated now.

    And there’s another key thing Xavier Becerra left out. It is not that no help could have arrived. Had anyone been directed to go to Benghazi when the first attack happened, they would have arrived before the last attack happened – the one that killed two Americans – but he makes it sound like it was physically impossible – the U.S. military can’t be everywhere etc..

    B) Confusing information. Becerra doesn’t explain what it was, but it’s very significant, and could raise a lot of questions as to why some of it was believed, or acted upon. This deals with where the Ambssador was, whether Libyan forces were or should be asked to help, how easy it would be to get a plane and evacuate everybody from Benghazi safely, and whether Tripoli was going to be the next target. The interviewer did not pick up on this at all, did not probe, and did not realize there was a lot concealed with these carefully chosen words.

    C) The committee did not find anything wrong that the Accountability Review Board did not. Not mentioned: a) The ACB was limited to a topic that Hillary Clinton chose: Why, in general, there wasn’t more security at the Benghazi villa that the Ambassador was staying in b) it consisted of members she chose, and c) there was nothing on the (surviving) record as to Hillary Clinton having made any decisions about security personally. The interviwee did not mention the non-punishment punishments some people got, and why that happened. Also not covered by the APB was who was responsible for the security plan in Benghazi, why it had all these flaws, and why the idea of abandoning the villa, and having any visitors like the Ambassador staying at the better protected CIA safe house instead, was rejected.

    The reason it was rejected was that the location of the CIA safe house/secret annex was supposedly not known, but, the argument went, if the Ambassador used it, it might become known that this was an American establishment and all the other people there be put in danger. That was the position of the CIA even after the attack – that is, that the place had been detected by the attackers when the people who came to the publicly known place left – i.e., that they were followed that night. I don’t know if that’s still the posiiton of the CIA.

    2. he just filibustered

    This was on teh question as to why Hillary Clinton and others spoke about the video after they already knew it as terrorism.

    The answer to that is that they unlearned it as a result of SOOPER SEKRIT information pouring in from the CIA plus some more public information as well. And that Hillary Clinton did not want to contradict or argue with the CIA. Even though she knew for a fact – not thought but knew that some of it was wrong – in particular, that theer had never been any demonstration preceding the attack in Benghazi.

    The assumption it was a planned act of terror came – or at least became almost undisputed within the U.S. government – in large part because Ansar al Sharia claimed responsibility for it on Facebook. However, that claim of responsibility was later retracted (after the video story seemed to be taking off)

    The media does not seem to have possession of the text of the original claim of responsibility.

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)

  58. Sammeh, the media will continue burying this story and will collude with their Democrat party masters to spin, spin spin and spin some more.

    Bercerra is a lying, sniveling weasel. In other words, a typical liberal Democrat.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  59. Sammy, if the person running the State Department had provided upgraded security to the annex in Benghazi as REQUESTED, then they wouldn’t have had to wait for the cavalry to ride in after it was “too late.”

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  60. like his girl stinkypig, the rules for the rest of us don’t apply to sleazy warren buffett

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  61. “Where is Noor Salman and the media that covered up her “disappearance”?
    Where is Noor Salman? More importantly, where is the media on her overnight disappearance in the wake of her husband’s terrorist attack on the Pulse nightclub?
    Three week ago today, the nation woke up to the news about the worst terrorist attack to hit U.S. soil since 9/11. The one woman who may hold answers (and who may also share responsibility for the attacks) is “missing” according to government officials and no one in the media is asking about her whereabouts. It was obvious given the facts of the case the media was going to bury this story as quickly as possible. But there is a woman missing who may be a co-conspirator and not one inquiring journalist asks about her whereabouts? What a sad state of affairs for that dying profession.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/237801/

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  62. fbi lol

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  63. Chance meeting my ass!

    AZ Bob (71103b)

  64. You know, Colonel that should be our daily question every day until it’s answered. WHERE IS NOOR SALMAN?

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  65. she’s rubbin all up on justice-chunk loretta’s gouty gouty footsies

    does that feel good loretta baby coos noor

    keep rubbin growls loretta you just keep rubbin

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  66. The sad thing is that most Americans don’t care if Noor Salman escapes to a foreign country in order to avoid prosecution as an accessory to murder.
    Sure, lots of liberals will declare on their personal Facebook page that they “stand” with the victims of the Orlando Gay Nightclub Massacre, but their outrage doesn’t ACTUALLY extend to holding anyone responsible for enabling her to get away.
    It’s kind of like the fruit loop liberals who are freaking about some spurious allegation against Trump that he committed sexual assault during the Clinton years.
    We all know how serious the liberals are about sexual assault allegations against politicians!!!!! (LOL)

    If there’s a bakery in Oregon which doesn’t want to decorate a cake for a same-sex wedding, then the Obama Administration will apply the full wrath and fury of law enforcement against them.
    But 49 people dead and 53 others seriously wounded?
    Whatever!

    Nobody at the bakery in Oregon died.
    But that’s not even an ironic point to liberals.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  67. I thought she was more of a Huma Abedin kinda girl.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  68. Gmail sign in (8e07c9) — 7/3/2016 @ 8:45 am

    Asukel (8e07c9) — 7/3/2016 @ 8:46 am

    Sock-puppetry. Pathetic.

    felipe (408c5f)

  69. I’m glad that Trump Supporter is reminding everyone of the pending child rape allegations against Donald Trump.

    I never supported Bill Clinton. I never voted for him. I was 11 years old when he left office. My parents -liberals – slagged him off as a scoundrel.

    So, I guess neither I nor my parents stooped to the levels you’re stooping to, Trump Supporter. Allegations are just allegations, yeah. But these particular allegations make sense, given Trump’s history of raping people and given his acknowledged friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, who even you dishonest shills acknowledge to be a sexual predator.

    You guys want a potential child rapist to be president of the United States. Because something something Hillary. Hope you’re proud of yourselves.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  70. Mr. Trump is such a good person – a good man and a best friend to all who love America – he’s a tip top tap and a rat-a-tat-tat!

    the one i wouldn’t leave unattended with children is Mitt Romney.

    creeeeeeeeeeeeeeeper

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  71. Mr. Trump is such a good person – a sweet-hearted big-hearted kind-hearted man and a best friend to all who love America – he’s a tip top tap and a rat-a-tat-tat!

    the one i wouldn’t leave unattended with children is Mitt Romney.

    creeeeeeeeeeeeeeeper

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  72. Trump’s history of raping people

    Preaching to the choir. Speaking of which why isn’t the liberal media reporting this?

    Don’t hurt yourself thinking about it Levi.

    Maybe they never heard. You should go tell them, if only so you’ll have a proper link beside Democratic Victory to link to.

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  73. I’m just gonna keep telling you guys. You’re the ones I want to be embarrassed.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  74. I don’t think anyone “wants” a child rapist or any rapist for that matter as President of the United States, do you Leviticus? We currently have a person who metaphorically rapes the Constitution on a regular basis and there is no reason to think this gang rape won’t continue under Hillary!. In fact there is good reason to believe she will expand the rape of the American people and our country. Of course that will depend on the deal Bill and Loretta made on the tarmac.

    You guys want a crooked communist grifter to be President of the United States. Because something like Trump. I hope you’re proud of yourselves.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  75. Enjoy your laughably false equivalence.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  76. BTW, produce the seaman stained blue dress or stop the lying. This is still America at least until you get Hillary! in so nobody’s guilty of rape. You’re using leftist tactics smearing a guy before he’s found guilty.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  77. It’s called slander. Maybe that’s why Levi is over here bothering us with it instead of doing a civic duty and reporting it to the New York Times.

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  78. I’m just reminding you of extremely detailed, disturbing, witness-supported child rape allegations against your candidate. Y’all have been perfectly happy to find Hillary Clinton guilty of a multitude of crimes based on unproven allegations. So, take your medicine. Your candidate may well be a child rapist, and it doesn’t even phase you. Bunch of Kool – Aid drinkers.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  79. Only in Donald Trump’s whiny-ass loser America would anything I’ve said be contemplated as slander. I’m just reminding you of allegations in a court filing. Deal with it.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  80. Poor Leviticus. Eatin’ moon pies, drinkin’ RC Cola and barkin’ at teh effin’ moon.

    He has a sad.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  81. Ambulance chaser…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  82. Rape supporter…

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  83. Fart knocker

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  84. This has been the most intensive FBI investigation since Watergate.

    /irony

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  85. What I really do not understand with the “my party right or wrong” folks, is how you think Trump will help the GOP. It’s one thing to go down swinging behind principle (e.g. Goldwater or even McGovern), but it’s just crazy-making to see the party chaining itself to this noxious sh1theel who spells it “principal” because of all the times he went there.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  86. Mr. Donald Trump has the best ideas about making America to where it’s better not worse. He’s gonna get the car out the ditch and drive it to where the prosperity and the greatness gambol in the meadows of peace and freedom and individual liberty.

    You should come along!

    Pack a lunch. We’re gonna make a day of it!

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  87. I just envision a world where liberals actually become angry at Islamic jihadists for their sexual subjugation of women and children.
    But if they were to do that, then I guess they wouldn’t be good liberals.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  88. #79 Leviticus,

    Friend, you just revealed the ‘poker-tell’ about where you stand.
    You said the allegations against Hillary! are “unproven.”

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  89. I just envision a world where Trump supporters are bothered by allegations that their preferred presidential candidate raped a child at a sex party hosted by Jeffrey Epstein. But if they were to be bothered, they wouldn’t be good Trumpkins.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  90. RC Cola lol

    the late night place i get stuff from sometimes (they do awesome 2 a.m. fried shrimps)

    sometimes they randomly throw in a liter of RC

    i just tuck em away for in case of

    i have no idea

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  91. sex parties lol

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  92. Now it’s a sex party.

    The lie getting enbiggened the more he tells it.

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  93. The greatest trick the Clinton campaign ever played was convincing the #NeverTrump rabble they hadn’t actively supported Hillary Clinton.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  94. sex party without Mr. The Donald?

    it’s unpossible!

    please to come to our sexy sexy party Mr. The Donald

    we make good sexy for you!

    plus Shonda’s gonna make those lil weiners on the toothpicks and we iced up three igloo coolers for so you can have all the RC Cola you can drink!

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  95. Leviticus,

    Didn’t you say you’re a lawyer?
    You should know that an allegation is merely an allegation. You keep insinuating that the allegation against Trump is proven.
    Allegations of sexual impropriety should not be taken lightly, but they also need to be proven before someone is forced to walk around town with a scarlet letter.

    Ironically, you say that the allegations against Hillary are unproven — even though many of them have been proven. For instance, she used an unsecured server to store government secrets. That’s proven.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  96. 90.I just envision a world where Trump supporters are bothered by allegations that their preferred presidential candidate raped a child at a sex party hosted by Jeffrey Epstein. But if they were to be bothered, they wouldn’t be good Trumpkins.
    Leviticus (3068a2) — 7/3/2016 @ 2:29 pm

    You envision a world where Trump rapes a child just to prove something about his supporters? What kind of animals have you Trump haters become? You are becoming as morally corrupt as the leftists. That is just plain sick, man!

    I feel dirty just responding to that post, Leviticus. And I’m not even a Trump supporter but I think people who talk like you turn people into Trump supporters. I don’t want to be on the same team as a person who envisions the rape of a child to prove a point. Sorry, not me.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  97. #97 Rev Hoagie,

    It would be nice if the liberals were as animated about jihadists slaughtering people TWO WEEKS AGO (or even today in Baghdad) as they are with an apparently politically motivated allegation about sexual impropriety that allegedly occurred over 20 years ago.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  98. I love how the default Trumpkins response is “politically motivated!!1!” (when there’s absolutely no evidence of that), but they are offended – offended, I say! – at the notion that anyone might acknowledge the possible veracity of the allegations (of violently raping a child) contained in a federal civil complaint.

    Leviticus (3068a2)

  99. Mr. Trump’s the only way for the little failmerican children to have a chance to grow up in a prosperous and free America.

    The one what wants to rape the children, what wants to defile their futures, is stinkypig clinton.

    We have to stop her.

    It’s the most important thing!

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  100. A little known fact: 1 of every 5 New Mexican lawyers have been raped.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  101. the whole clan should be arrested, as a threat to public safety and solvency,

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/07/03/hillary-clinton-son-law-lost-calpers-money-betting-greek-bonds/

    narciso (732bc0)

  102. 101.A little known fact: 1 of every 5 New Mexican lawyers have been raped.

    Usually by an Old Mexican lawyer.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  103. well I don’t know about that, but how long did it take to get wise to heisenberg, and he was the local dea chief’s neighbor.

    narciso (732bc0)

  104. blasphemy before skydragons’ is indeed a serious offence,

    http://spectator.org/vw-shaken-down/

    narciso (732bc0)

  105. america’s such a greasy animal thugstate anymore

    no wonder the whole whirl hates you

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  106. well it’s global scam, they promised something that can’t be done, like converting lead to gold,

    narciso (732bc0)

  107. and yet the people what sigh and resign themselves to four more years of this disgusting thugmerican corruption and criminality

    they’re “principled”

    yeah tickle my other pickle

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  108. Leave the 3-H club to their own devices today, Leviticus. Haiku has decided to spend his second childhood in 9th grade (not all that bad an idea, actually); happyfeet has still to be promoted to 7th; and Hoagie never listened to his parents when they warned him about the kids he was hanging out with.

    nk (dbc370)

  109. my friend in dc, who has faced everyone from nazi war criminals to murderous union bosses,

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/07/maybe_its_time_to_stop_thinking_about_tomorrow.html

    narciso (732bc0)

  110. narciso, as presumed conservatives and former Republicans wring their hands about how horrible Trump is, Loretta Lynch, Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, Mezvinsky and Goldman Sachs are perpetrating a grand fraud on the people and government of the United States. They are moving beyond a crime syndicate and into a cabal of accomplices in and out of government conspiring to circumvent any damn law they desire. This corruption is so bad it makes Caligula or Nero look like Jefferson. And they’re gonna get away with it because their followers don’t care and in fat encourage them and our team is busy b!tching about Trumps bankruptcy’s.

    We no longer have law in America for “special” people. I just googled “Barack Obamas Net Worth” and was informed it’s 12.2 million. And Google stated: “the math for this drastic increase in net worth will not quite add up if you consider an annual salary of $400,000.” In the last 10 years he went from $1.3 million to $12.2 million. HOW?

    I bet when he leaves office it’s $50 million. Wanna bet?

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  111. revolutions have imperfect leaders, the one who headed brexit till it went house of cards classic was a philanderer, a creative journalist, and a host of other faults, a more conniving although outwardly more moral seeming fellow, stabbed him in the back, now parts of the camarilla, are now saying what we promised, you shan’t be getting anytime soon, this is where the likes of Cromwell come in stage right,

    narciso (732bc0)

  112. In the last 10 years he went from $1.3 million to $12.2 million. HOW?

    His books (and I imagine reinvestment of the proceeds from them). $12.2 million is not bad and people actually bought them to read them. Not to mention every library in the world. By “not bad” I mean contrast it with Hillary’s $30 million “advance” from the publisher for her book the sales of which were laughable.

    nk (dbc370)

  113. This corruption is so bad it makes Caligula or Nero look like Jefferson.
    Nero and Caligula were (possibly psychopathic) despots but they weren’t particularly corrupt. Nor all that lethal, when you consider the ratio of victims to general population.

    The Roman parallel to the modern US is actually the late Roman Republic, when power was embedded among the oligarchic families of Rome, and corruption a normal thing. It took the Civil Wars and the Caesars to bring working government back to Rome. But both Trump and Hillary would feel quite at home in Rome c. 60BCE.

    kishnevi (082931)

  114. He didn’t make any 12 million from a friggin book, nk. Not unless his name is Stephen King. You’re telling me he made a million a year after taxes? I don’t think so.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  115. heck we’re in the social war periods, things to look forward,

    narciso (732bc0)

  116. Happy should sell his surplus RC far outside the city where all the exChicago peeps would snort it like crack. For some it is on par with Garretts popcorn and Harolds Chicken as emblematic Chicago cuisine.

    Narciso – Cokie might not be as far off as you think. Machismo might explain the small lead Trump had amongst Latino voters in the most recent Rasmussen poll.

    urbanleftbehind (2256c6)

  117. I think she’s a corrupt hack, who’s not a particularly good politician, that better explains it,

    any I meant we’re not at the social wars, much less the spartacus revolt,

    narciso (732bc0)

  118. I tend to agree with kishnevi. The informal triumvirate, post-Spartacus, of Caesar, Pompeii and Crassus, with the rise of the Populares and the decline of the Optimates.

    nk (dbc370)

  119. so who are the other triumvirs,

    narciso (732bc0)

  120. The informal triumvirate, post-Spartacus, of Caesar, Pompeii and Crassus, with the rise of the Populares and the decline of the Optimates.

    Really? I make a hyperbolic slur against Hillary and all you guys can do is launch into a history of Rome before Christ? The very thought of sliming Hillary! rather than Trump is so repugnant to h8Trumpers you’d rather talk history than the current corruption that very well be President. God save America.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  121. It’s a loose analogy about the political climate.

    nk (dbc370)

  122. BTW, Hoagie, Stephen King is small potatoes. J.K. Rowling is a billionaire from her Harry Potter books.

    Likewise, if we look strictly to “branding”, Trump is small potatoes compared to Michael Jordan who is a billionaire just from letting his name be put on cheap Chinese sneakers.

    nk (dbc370)

  123. I think junior is a dissapointment to kagan pere,

    http://oyc.yale.edu/classics/clcv-205/lecture-17

    narciso (732bc0)

  124. I like Kagan’s sense of humor”

    “I wrote a one-volume history of the Peloponnesian war – it sold 50,000 copies of the damn thing! I was truly amazed -so was my publisher.”

    felipe (408c5f)

  125. Hoagie I was thinking of guys like Gaius Verres
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verres
    Comparing her to Verres is hardly a compliment.

    kishnevi (082931)

  126. well it is striking because thucydides hasn’t lent itself to cinematic treatments like say go tell the spartans or 300,

    narciso (732bc0)

  127. Thucydides was no Herodotus.

    felipe (408c5f)

  128. true, but there were instances like the sicilian campaign that might lend themselves to film,

    narciso (732bc0)

  129. I agree, but how to make it “box office?”

    felipe (408c5f)

  130. Someone should teach these clowns not to tout fake rape stories that accuse people that the politically correct crowd hate.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  131. referring to this,

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/documents-show-reporting-fallout-rolling-stone-article-40317257

    well you could take from pericles, who thanks to thucydides was considered without fault,

    narciso (732bc0)

  132. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, the left wingers are plotting…

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  133. Sure, but you gotta give Pericles props for coming up with the idea of an arbiter, to settle disputes between Athens and Sparta, in their treaty that resulted in the thirty years peace. If any movie is to be made, I predict it to be made by a liberal director as an anti-war allegory.

    felipe (408c5f)

  134. everything that matters is off limit.

    https://twitter.com/PoliticalShort/status/749801742087315456

    narciso (732bc0)

  135. Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6) — 7/3/2016 @ 5:56 pm

    I just googled “Barack Obamas Net Worth” and was informed it’s 12.2 million. And Google stated: “the math for this drastic increase in net worth will not quite add up if you consider an annual salary of $400,000.” In the last 10 years he went from $1.3 million to $12.2 million. HOW?

    Mainly from book sales, which shot up temporarily after he became a leading 2008 Democratic presidential candidate, and then the nominee, and then president. In 2009 he grossed nearly $5.7 million from book sales, but in 2010 only $1.6 million, according to the following source, citing Forbes. It’s not Google, by the way, that wrote that the math does not add up, but the website http://celebritynetworth.club.

    http://heavy.com/news/2015/11/barack-obama-net-worth-height-age-twitter-wife-michelle-kids-sasha-malia-president-money-salary-pension-books-rich/

    …His net worth is estimated to be in the millions, $12.2 million according to Celebrity Net Worth and $6 million according to Forbes….Much of Obama’s money comes from the books he writes, two of which were written before he was president. And his future post-presidency memoir? It’s expected to make $20 million, according to the Washington Post.

    The proceeds of his 2010 book “Of Thee I Sing: A Letter To My Daughters,” went to a charity that gives scholarships for children of fallen and disabled soldiers.

    Forbes had lowered its estimate from an earlier one, both because Obama appears to have spent some money and because the amounts were estimated from figures given in ranges in financial disclosure statements and some items dropped from one category to a lower one.

    He gets a salary of $400,000 per year, but $1.5 Million is contributed toward his pension. (!) He went into the presidency, or had shortly – within a year or two after he became president – $3.4 million in Treasury bills (the most neutral and safe investment he can have, although that does align his interests nevertheless with some people and not with others) That money probably came mostly from book sales.

    He also had about $300,000 in college funds for his daughters, as well as a 90,000 in a state of Illinois pension fund. He never saved money for many years, and by 2012 he still hadn’t paid off the mortgage on his Hyde Park house. He wasn’t getting very much in interest in Treasury bills and bonds, and the tax deduction is limited to the first $100,000 of value anyway and the house is worth something like $1,650,000.

    Sammy Finkelman (09e4a9)


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