Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Howard Dean Just Accused Donald Trump of Being on Cocaine During the Debate



So far in this debate, Donald Trump has sniffled approximately 12,000 times, sipped a lot of water, and argued loudly with the lady next to him. On Twitter, Howard Dean says what we’re all thinking—cocaine?
http://jezebel.com/howard-dean-just-accused-donald-trump-of-being-on-cocai-1787117523?utm_campaign=socialflow_jezebel_facebook&utm_source=jezebel_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

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Monday, September 26, 2016

'What’s the Hillary cover-up operation?': CNN host presses Clinton campaign chief on IT worker's comments


CNN anchor Jake Tapper asked Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook on Sunday to answer why an IT worker who maintained Clinton's private email server referred to a 60-day email-retention policy as a "Clinton cover-up operation."
In an interview on "State of the Union," Tapper asked why an employee of Platte River, which hosted Clinton's private email server, referred to the policy of deleting emails during the time after Clinton was out of office as a "cover-up operation," a comment the IT worker told the FBI was a joke.
"This IT director thought he was covering something up, no?" Tapper asked.
http://www.businessinsider.com/hillary-clinton-cover-up-operation-robby-mook-2016-9


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12 Biggest Bombshells In FBI’s Clinton Investigation Notes


The FBI released 189 pages of notes late Friday from 46 interviews it conducted as part of its Hillary Clinton email investigation.
The documents provide new information about questionable activity on the part of Clinton aides and computer technicians who managed her private email server. The notes also reveal new details about Clinton’s and President Obama’s email practices.
A dozen of the most interesting revelations are listed below.
Obama’s Iran negotiator might have had Gmail hacked while negotiating nuclear deal
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http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/25/12-biggest-bombshells-in-fbis-clinton-investigation-notes/#ixzz4LPg48k6X


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What eating an ice cream cone looks like in a police state

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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Clinton lawyer rejects subpoena for current server security details

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A lawyer for Hillary Clinton told a House committee Friday the panel won't be receiving some information it subpoenaed about security arrangements for Clinton's server.
Clinton attorney David Kendall sent a letter to House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) saying that the panel's subpoena to Florida-based computer security company SECNAP went too far by demanding details on safeguards in place after Clinton emails from her time as secretary state were removed from the server in 2014.

  • "The subpoena ... is overbroad," Kendall wrote in the letter, obtained by POLITICO. "We have no objection to the production of documents related to the SECNAP security device used in connection with the server that ... hosted Secretary Clinton's emails from her tenure as secretary .... We do object, however, to the production of SECNAP documents and security information regarding security equipment that was used by CESC after the prior server was provided to the FBI, and thus, never hosted Secretary Clinton's work-related emails."

  •  http://www.politico.com/blogs/under-the-radar/2016/09/hillary-clinton-emails-subpoena-server-security-228614#ixzz4LJHhx7fP 
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Partisan fireworks over Clinton aides' immunity deals

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The revelation that several Hillary Clinton staffers received partial immunity in the FBI email probe set off another round of partisan fireworks on Friday: Republicans said they're increasingly convinced the Justice Department mishandled the investigation and Democrats accused the GOP of stoking the issue for maximum political damage in the heat of the campaign.

Oversight Committee Republicans seethed after the disclosure that Clinton’s lawyer Cheryl Mills was granted protection from prosecution for turning over to the FBI the laptop she used while helping sort Clinton’s "work-related” emails from her “personal messages.” The work messages were slated to be made public, while the personal ones were deleted. Also receiving legal protection was Heather Samuelson, a Clinton campaign staffer-turned-legal assistant who made the initial determination on how to categorize the emails.

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/09/cheryl-mills-immunity-deal-reaction-228596#ixzz4LJFq887j 


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Democratic National Committee Finally Tells The Truth In Court


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