I Still Cannot Believe it!
This is yet another independent article that exclaims, I still don’t believe it! I do not want to believe it — first on your side, and then on to my side. I proffer that as a matter of, “Do these people openly know what is happening in the USA?
One would have thought that in the fall of 2011 we would have, as one body made the decision, to oust President Barrack Hussein Obama. How are you feeling about ObamaCare now? And oh..! Hang on a moment — it was supposed to be the American people with their congressional leadership chipping away at reform to our unbreakable immigration policies.
Now I’m not about to go on with “red lines in the sand” as promised by Obama is chemical or biohazardous weapons were used against the Syrian refugees who had been suffering. So let our President be caught with his diplomatic fingers in the blood and vile of the refugees. I state now as I did in 2011, “do not vote for this person!”
Now things are really heating up in “the region” once again. Yep, the junior varsity ISIS warring machine is trying to retake Iraq’s second-largest city, Mosul. Not quite enough? Well then let’s throw in some Iraqi troops while at the same time, our friends from Turkey.
The Russian government is ratcheting up warnings – on Twitter – to the U.S. government not to interfere with its military operations in Syria, even suggesting American aircraft could be targeted by its “air defense systems.”
The tweet comes after the U.S. and Russia suspended direct talks over Syria operations — and amid heightened tensions between the two countries over the bloody civil war in which Vladimir Putin’s forces are backing Bashar Assad while the U.S. tries to focus on taking out ISIS.
Fox News first reported that the SA-23 Gladiator anti-missile system, which is part of the S-300VM system, has been deployed to Syria – marking the first time it’s been deployed outside Russia.
What is the count now — something around 30 days? That is all we have people! Today when asked why she would do about the ongoing situation absolutely nothing is different that 2007 – 2008 when the same question was asked of President Obama and we hear the same answer, Clinton started with, “I’d start talking…” I would go as far as stating, that the America we’ve all known will be gone forever.
One of Hillary Clinton’s top aides was granted some form of immunity during the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s private emails.
Representative Jason Chaffetz, a Republican who chairs the House Oversight Committee, revealed on Friday that Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, had made a deal with the FBI in which they would be allowed to see her laptop as long as nothing they found on it could be used against her.
In July, FBI Director James Comey announced that after an investigation, he was recommending that no charges be brought against Clinton for using a private server and private email address to conduct State Department business, though he also said she had been “extremely careless” in her handling of classified information.
Mills’s lawyer, Beth Wilkinson, told CNN that her client had only been a witness, not a subject of the investigation. “Because of the confusion surrounding the various agencies’ positions on the after-the-fact classification decisions, I advised my clients to accept this letter from DOJ,” she said.
In addition to Mills, the FBI also granted immunity to Heather Samuelson and John Bentel, two other Clinton aides. It was already known that State Department computer specialist Bryan Pagliano and Paul Combetta, who worked for an outside company that Clinton hired to run her server after she left Foggy Bottom, had received immunity. (That is 5 aides and 2 independents).
The Mills news is the latest episode in the long afterlife of the FBI’s investigation. Congressional Republicans have expressed outrage about Comey’s decision and have called him to appear. They also requested the FBI turn over its documents from the investigation. The FBI separately released its reports into Clinton’s emails, with some redactions.
There may be some politics to it, and moreover, Mills was not the target of the investigation: Clinton was, and the FBI found there was no evidence to prosecute her. Chaffetz argues that the whole thing raises questions about the FBI’s investigation: “I’ve lost confidence in this investigation and I question the genuine effort in which it was carried out. Immunity deals should not be a requirement for cooperating with the FBI.”
On the Friday before Labor Day, the FBI released its own report on its investigation. But it does offer a few of what a computer technician quoted in the investigation might refer to as “oh shit” moments.
The original “oh shit” moment concerned an out-of-date server that was housed at a facility in New Jersey. In December 2014, Clinton aide Cheryl Mills asked someone to delete the old messages. Apparently, he didn’t do so. Then, in March 2015, The New York Times reported the existence of the email setup.