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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And as if on cue......


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Hillary Clinton will run for president again in 2020,
former adviser says


by Naomi Lim | November 11, 2018 07:38 PM


Hillary Clinton will run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, according to a former adviser and a top Democrat in New York.

Mark Penn, a pollster and senior adviser to former President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from 1995-2008, and Andrew Stein, a former Manhattan Democratic party figure and New York City Council president, wrote Sunday in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece that the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee would not let "two stunning defeats stand in the way of her claim to the White House."

"Mrs. Clinton has come unbound. She will not allow this humiliating loss at the hands of an amateur to end the story of her career," Penn and Stein wrote of President Trump, explaining how Clinton would re-package herself as a more liberal "Hillary Clinton 4.0." "You can expect her to run for president once again. Maybe not at first, when the legions of Senate Democrats make their announcements, but definitely by the time the primaries are in full swing."

"Mrs. Clinton has a 75% approval rating among Democrats, an unfinished mission to be the first female president, and a personal grievance against Mr. Trump, whose supporters pilloried her with chants of 'Lock her up!' This must be avenged," the pair continued.

Penn and Stein recommended basing a strategy for Clinton's do-over on former President Richard Nixon's second tilt at the White House in 1968 after losing to the late President John F. Kennedy in 1960. The duo also said potential Democratic presidential candidates were "bungling amateurs" in their handling of the Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanuagh's confirmation hearings.

"She will enter through the front door, mobilizing the army of professional women behind her, leveraging her social networks, and raking in donation. She will hope to emerge as an unstoppable force to undo Mr. Trump, running on the #MeToo movement, universal health care and gun control. Proud and independent, this time she will sideline Bill and Mr. Obama, limiting their role to fundraising," they wrote of Clinton.

Penn and Stein's op-ed follows Clinton herself vaguely hint she was considering another presidential run.

"Well I’d like to be president. I think, hopefully, when we have a Democrat in the Oval Office in January of 2021, there’s going to be so much work to be done," Clinton told Recode in October.

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Operation Condor – How NSA Director Mike Rogers
Saved The U.S. From a Massive Constitutional Crisis


Posted on January 5, 2018 by sundance

This outline is the story of how the FBI Counterintelligence Division and DOJ National Security Division were weaponized.

This outline is the full story of what House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes is currently working to expose.

This outline exposes the biggest political scandal in U.S. history. This outline is also the story of how one man’s action likely saved our constitutional republic.

His name is Admiral Mike Rogers.

I’m calling the back-story to the 2016 FISA 702(16)(17) political corruption by the Obama administration “Operation Condor”. Those of you familiar with the film “Three Days of The Condor” will note how the real life storyline almost mirrors the Hollywood film. For the real life version, NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers plays the role of “Condor”.



The Uncovering – Section 702 “About” Queries,
Independent Contractors & a New Narrative


NSA Director Rogers Disclosed FISA Abuse
Days After Page Warrant Was Issued




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CORSI GOES TO WAR:
PROSECUTE MUELLER, STAFF FOR 'CRIMINAL ACTS'


'Rogue government tyranny' designed to 'overthrow a duly elected president'

Published: 9 hours ago



A former Justice Department prosecutor, Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch founder Larry Klayman, filed a complaint Monday on behalf of investigative reporter Jerome Corsi against special counsel Robert Mueller, charging “gross prosecutorial misconduct and criminal acts.”

The complaint alleges Mueller and his team attempted to coerce Corsi, the author of multiple New York Times best-sellers, to commit perjury in their pursuit of statements that would harm President Trump.

“In filing this complaint, my client is not only standing up for his own legal and constitutional rights, but also those of the American people,” Klayman said. “This rogue government tyranny perpetrated by a special counsel and his prosecutorial staff, which is designed to effectively overthrow a duly elected president by coercing and extorting false testimony from Dr. Corsi and others, cannot be permitted in a civilized society.”

Klayman said Corsi “is an American hero, not a felon as depicted falsely by special counsel Mueller and his prosecutorial staff.”

“To the contrary, it is Mueller and his comrades who must now be held to account under the rule of law and professional ethics.”

The special counsel’s office declined to respond to WND’s request for comment.

The complaint was submitted to acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski, Washington U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, Hamilton Fox of the Washington Bar Association and Robin Ashton of the DOJ office of professional responsibility.

It seeks to have Mueller disciplined and removed as special counsel, “along with his partisan staff.It asks that Mueller and his staff be referred to state and local authorities for criminal prosecution and be barred from ever practicing law again.

Klayman said the complaint documents a pattern and practice of coercing and extorting Corsi to either lie in his testimony before the Mueller grand jury and at any eventual trials of other subjects and targets, or be indicted himself.

Mueller was assigned by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to investigate allegations of Trump campaign collusion with Russia that arose in part from an unsubstantiated Hillary Clinton-funded opposition research document based on unnamed Russian sources.

DOJ and FBI officials under President Obama submitted the document to a secret court as evidence to obtain permission to spy on the Trump campaign.



https://www.wnd.com/2018/12/corsi-goes-to-war-prosecute-mueller-staff-for-criminal-acts/


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 9:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



From 1 Min 40 Sec

EVEN CHRIS MATTHEWS GETS IT
AS MUELLER FIZZLES OUT


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MAGA, MUELLER AND
THE DEEP STATE BLUES


Xclnt analysis of AG Barr's letter on the Mueller Report.

It says that Barr tossed a bone to the Deep State as a
compensation for the disappointment of no raw meat.

Barr wrote an expedient piece of political schmooze which
is designed to protect Trump and also the Swamp:



Even the BBC and CNN calls is like this: Laughing


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Mueller report: The best day of Trump's presidency

Jon Sopel
North America editor
@bbcjonsopel on Twitter
24 March 2019

What was that film called? As Good As It Gets? That's how Donald Trump
must feel now that the attorney general has published his four-page
summary of the Mueller report.

It is impossible to over-emphasise the significance of what has been said.

If the Democrats want to remove this president from the White House,
it's going to have to be via the ballot box in November 2020, and not
before.

The cloud that has been over the president for 22 months has gone,
the weight that has sat on his shoulders has been lifted.

This is without doubt the best day that Donald Trump has had since
his inauguration in January 2017.


Robert Mueller just handed Donald Trump a huge gift
Chris Cillizza
Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large

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And how many millions of taxslaver dollars wasted?
Hardly matters to those criminals since it is not their money being wasted.

and in other news....... https://finance.yahoo.com/news/lawyer-michael-avenatti-charged-20-171535206.html
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TRUMP PREPS TO REVEAL
BRIT INTELLIGENCE SPY OP IN USA







WAGING IRAN WAR
WOULD DESTROY THE USA

With a thirty year Boeing veteran at the Pentagon,
Patrick Shanahan as Acting Secretary of Defense, and with
John Bolton and Mike Pompeo at the helm, war with Iran is
likely and would be a disaster for the U.S., says the former chief
of staff to Secretary of State, Col. Larry Wilkerson

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WARM IRISH WELCOME FOR
TRUMP FAMILY IN DOONBEG









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Another blinder by tactician Trump.

He was always only using the Neocons to:

    a) Scare the other side as a softener-up to a deal.

    b) Make himself look like a team player to D.C. elites.

    b) Allow the Neocons to discredit themselves by overreaching
    and then failing in Venezuela, in N. Korea, and re Iran.

    c) Ditch them saying: "Well I tried the old way...."


The smart move by Bolton would have been to ease up on their
gung-ho war beat, but "smart" is not the Neocons strong suit. Laughing

Bye, bye.

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Trump ousts top adviser John Bolton:
'I disagreed strongly with him'


Donald Trump has fired his national security adviser, John Bolton, in a pair of tweets in which he laid bare searing internal divisions within his inner circle, saying he had “disagreed strongly” with his top aide.

The departure of such a resolute hawk raises the possibility that Trump’s foreign policy could now make a dovish turn in the run up to next year’s elections, in particular with respect to Iran.

The president’s firing of his third national security adviser in as many years appears to have caught even the White House by surprise. The explosive tweets were posted barely an hour after it was announced that Bolton would be appearing at a press conference alongside the secretaries of state and treasury.

Bolton himself added to the confusion, commenting minutes after his public dismissal that he had offered to resign on Monday night but that Trump had replied: “Let’s talk about it tomorrow.”

Bolton continued to press his case that he had resigned rather than being fired. He sent out a battery of texts including to Fox News presenters on air as well as the Washington Post, protesting: “I resigned, having offered to do so last night.”

Bolton’s resignation letter was terse in the extreme.

“I hereby resign, effective immediately, as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Thank you for affording me this opportunity to serve our country,” the two-line note said.

The sacking-cum-resignation of the lavishly mustachioed Bolton, an ultra-hawk on foreign policy who under George Bush was a key architect of the invasion of Iraq in 2003, brings to a head mounting tensions within Trump’s top team of national security and foreign policy strategists.

His removal had been a long time coming, with Trump making little effort to disguise his dissatisfaction over many months.

According to the New York Times, Bolton had refused to appear on television talk shows on 25 August after the G7 summit in Biarritz so he did not have defend the president’s views on Russia

The two men agreed on some issues, like scrapping multilateral agreements such as the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and tearing up the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia.


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But Trump’s maverick approach to dealing with tough men and adversaries, in which he has emphasized a willingness to deal directly with America’s traditional enemies, such as Vladimir Putin in Russia, Kim Jong-un in North Korea – and most recently the Taliban in Afghanistan – was increasingly at odds with Bolton’s hardline belief that US military might is right.

Bolton was also reported to have a testy relationship with the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo. The two officials are said to have been at loggerheads for months to the extent that in recent days they were not speaking other than at official engagements.

“There were definitely places that Ambassador Bolton and I had different views about how we should proceed,” Pompeo said yesterday. Asked if he had been taken unawares by the development, the secretary of state smiled and said: “I’m never surprised.”

Bolton also appears to have alienated Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, for his refusal to promote presidential policies he did not agree with.

“It was in Bolton’s nature to run an imperial NSC [national security council] but he stepped on the toes of too many people,” said Mark Groombridge, who worked for Bolton for a decade. “He got into the crosshairs of Pompeo and Mulvaney, who saw Bolton as a liability for the 2020 election. War on every front was not what Trump ran on.”

Trump was unusually candid about the rift within his own inner team. In the tweets he posted on Tuesday announcing Bolton’s departure he wrote: “I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions, as did others in the Administration, and therefore I asked John for his resignation, which was given to me this morning.”

Trump said he would announce his pick for his fourth national security adviser next week, and early speculation on candidates pointed to the ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, Iran envoy Brian Hook and Robert Blair, an aide to Mulvaney.

An adviser to Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, said Bolton’s departure underlined the failure of Washington’s “maximum pressure strategy” against Iran.

“The marginalisation and subsequent elimination of Bolton is not an accident but a decisive sign of the failure of the US maximum pressure strategy in the face of the constructive resistance of Iran,” Hesameddin Ashena tweeted.

Bolton’s departure could open the way to fresh diplomacy with Iran. Trump has repeatedly said he is prepared to meet Rouhani, at the urging of France’s president, Emmanuel Macron.

Asked on Tuesday if he could foresee such a meeting at the UN general assembly later this month, Pompeo replied: “Sure.”

Commentators interpreted the news as further evidence of chaos and confusion within Trump’s White House, but there were also loud sighs of relief from those who were delighted to see such a hawkish influence excised from the heart of government.

Trump wants to build a legacy, Bolton to break things – something had to give
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Elizabeth Warren, a leading contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, agreed, saying: “The American people are better off with John Bolton out of the White House.”

Her rival, Bernie Sanders tweeted: “A symptom of the problem is gone. The root cause of authoritarianism remains.”

The National Iranian American Council, the largest body of US-Iranians, heralded the decision as the best of Trump’s presidency, saying in a statement: “This single move dramatically reduces the chances of a new, catastrophic war in the Middle East.”

In contrast, the Republican senator Lindsey Graham praised Bolton on Twitter for “always pursuing an agenda that not only helps the President but makes America safe”.

Trump appointed Bolton in March 2018, having been impressed by the former US ambassador to the UN’s performances as a commentator on Fox News, where he advocated a first strike on North Korea and pushed for regime change in Tehran.

The tension between such a militaristic stance and Trump’s hesitancy about being drawn into another major conflict broke into public view this summer as Bolton was increasingly pushed into the shadows. The division was plain to see when Trump made a surprise visit in June to meet Kim, without his adviser.

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