Friday, July 21, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017

Clinton vs. Trump Jr



Here we go again. The media are in another frenzy over Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with Russians.

As you know, Hillary Clinton's campaign was haunted by scandal, not related to Russia, but her own attempts to avoid State Department regulations regarding the handling of sensitive communications. She maintained an eye-popping number of unsecured devices -- private servers, laptops, iPads, Blackberries -- from which she sent thousands of emails that she did not want others to see.

When investigators attempted to gain access to Clinton's emails, she and her lawyers engaged in an extraordinary effort to conceal them.

She deleted tens of thousands of emails she claimed were about yoga lessons and weddings.

Her private server was wiped with Bleachbit.

Devices that were surrendered were -- Surprise! -- useless. They were missing SIM cards that contained essential data.

Her aides destroyed several devices with hammers.

A laptop was "lost" in the mail.

I'm surprised she never tried the excuse, "My dog ate my emails."

In legal parlance all of this behavior relates to what prosecutors (not named Comey) would call "intent." Clearly, her intent was to hide communications that many believe would incriminate her for exploiting her government office to benefit the financial dealings of the Clinton Foundation.

By the way, she did all of this as a former first lady, former senator and lawyer in her mid-to-late 60s who has had an eye on the presidency ever since she graduated college.

Now let's compare that to the current controversy involving Donald Trump Jr., a 39-year old real estate executive who grew up in a family that had nothing to do with politics.

He finds himself in the middle of a presidential campaign, something you can't imagine unless you have done it (and I have). His father is shocking everyone with his success. Don Jr. gets an email suggesting that a lawyer from Russia may have incriminating information on Hillary Clinton.

If you believe that talking to this lawyer is illegal, would you engage in the email chain he wrote?

Would you ask other key people in the campaign to join you?

After big media makes Russian collusion a big theme, would you leave the emails on your computer?

Donald Trump Jr. is not guilty of collusion. He is guilty of not understanding how the far left will go to criminalize politics.

Friday, July 07, 2017

Monday, July 03, 2017

Coming to America




Comey: Good Riddance!

Crimes Comey refused to prosecute

This is a short list of unprosecuted crimes that Comey ignored or supported provided by The Millennium Report.


    The infamous Iran deal
    Hillary Clinton Benghazi gun running
    Ambassador Steven’s death
    Eric Holder’s Fast and Furious gun running
    Hillary’s private server espionage and treason
    Bush and Clinton bank bailouts
    Bombing seven sovereign nations without congressional approval
    Obama’s IBM Eclipse Foundation’s social networking patent theft
    James Clapper’s illegal NSA/CIA/FBI surveillance and his perjury before Congress
    Obama’s energy company subsidies
    Misuse of banker fines to support liberal activist groups
    Theft of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
    Obama’s IRS targeting of conservatives
    Obama and Clinton’s confiscations from the Bureau of Land Management
    Planned Parenthood eugenics and baby parts trafficking
    Gold, silver, and LIBOR rate rigging
    Ignoring “missing person” reports and supporting human trafficking
    Clinton Foundation theft of $2 billion under the guise of a Presidential Library fund
    Hillary taking money from foreign nations while Secretary of State
    Maintaining open borders and Sanctuary Cities
    Refugee trafficking and fraud
    Allowing overstayed visas of more than one million people
    Non-enforcement of existing immigration laws

James Comey has been the fixer for the Clinton crime family for decades beginning in the 1990’s with Whitewater and most famously making the strong case for prosecuting Hillary Clinton for her illegal unsecured private basement server and then stunningly recommending against prosecution. But what the public did not realize is that prosecuting Clinton could expose Comey himself. That is why he is actually part of the Clinton email coverup. Good riddance!