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The Den of Corruption Called The Democrats!

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    June 29, 2016 9:07:01 AM PDT

    The cash donations Hillary simply has no answers for!

     

    Among all the rivers of money that have flowed to the Clinton family, one seems to raise the biggest national security questions of all: the stream of cash that came from 20 foreign governments who relied on weapons export approvals from Hillary Clinton’s State Department.

     

    Federal law designates the secretary of state as “responsible for the continuous supervision and general direction of sales” of arms, military hardware and services to foreign countries. In practice, that meant that Clinton was charged with rejecting or approving weapons deals — and when it came to Clinton Foundation donors, Hillary Clinton’s State Department did a whole lot of approving.

     

    While Clinton was secretary of state, her department approved $165 billion worth of commercial arms sales to Clinton Foundation donors. That figure from Clinton’s three full fiscal years in office is almost double the value of arms sales to those countries during the same period of President George W. Bush’s second term.

     

    The Clinton-led State Department also authorized $151 billion of separate Pentagon-brokered deals for 16 of the countries that gave to the Clinton Foundation. That was a 143 percent increase in completed sales to those nations over the same time frame during the Bush administration. The 143 percent increase in U.S. arms sales to Clinton Foundation donors compares to an 80 percent increase in such sales to all countries over the same time period.

     

    American military contractors and their affiliates that donated to the Clinton Foundation — and in some cases, helped finance speaking fees to Bill Clinton — also got in on the action. Those firms and their subsidiaries were listed as contractors in $163 billion worth of arms deals authorized by the Clinton State Department.

     

    Under a directive signed by President Clinton in 1995, the State Department is supposed to take foreign governments’ human rights records into account when reviewing arms deals. Yet, Hillary Clinton’s State Department increased approvals of such deals to Clinton Foundation donors that her own agency was sharply criticizing for systematic human rights abuses.

     

    http://www.salon.com/2015/05/31/the_cash_donations_hillary_simply_has_no_answer_for_partner/

     

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    June 29, 2016 9:28:39 AM PDT
    kibbefolks - it doesn't matter and her supporters don't care. Save your breath.

    Hillary's whole adult life has been filled with deception, lies, corruption and insatiable power hunger - and even deaths. Her supporters do not care; they like her and that's the way it is. Save your breath, go enjoy life.
    Experience is going to be a harsh teacher in the next decade or so. I'm glad I'm not young as their world will be very different from ours.
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    June 29, 2016 9:48:14 AM PDT
    Thanks 2G's, but that's the beauty of the internet, it takes no breath and I have time to post the corruption. Just like Quitewolf only my info will be true, not just wild accusations!

    It's not all on deaf ears though, a lot of Democrats are voting Trump!
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    June 29, 2016 3:00:25 PM PDT
    Then we have the death of a U.N. official that died from a "barbell falling" on him the days before he was to testify against the Clinton's.

    A former United Nations official, John Ashe, has been found dead in his New York home and commentators are erupting with speculation about whether this would be a case of “Hillary Clinton silencing people who ‘know too much.'”

    That question was pointedly raised by Kosar at the Political Insider on word of the death of Ashe, who was found at his Dobbs Ferry, New York, home last week.

    His cause of death was reported as a heart attack, but the New York Post said the “local Dobbs Ferry police said … that his throat had been crushed, presumably by a barbell he dropped while pumping iron.”

    “The death by barbell of disgraced U.N. official John Ashe could become a bigger obsession for conspiracy theorists than Vince Foster’s 1993 suicide,” the report by Richard Johnson said.

    It’s because Ashe was scheduled to testify in just days with Chinese businessman, and co-defendant, Ng Lap Seng, who was accused of smuggling $4.5 million into the U.S. and lying that it was to buy casino chips and more.

    The New York Post said Ng earlier was identified in a 1998 Senate document “as the source of hundreds of thousands of dollars illegally funneled through an Arkansas restaurant owner, Charlie Trie, to the Democratic National Committee during the Clinton administration.”

    “One source told me,” Johnson wrote, “‘During the trial, the prosecutors would have linked Ashe to the Clinton bagman Ng. It would have been very embarrassing. His death was conveniently timed.”

    The rest of the story:
    http://www.wnd.com/2016/06/death-by-barbell-sparks-questions-about-hillary-silencing-people/#!
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    June 29, 2016 7:29:37 PM PDT
    Why do the most Right Wingnuts always use "patriotic" images to relay their Idiotic Anti-American messages?

    Before you talk of "corruption," I got a list of Conservative/Republican deeds that'll have you foaming from both ends, pal.

    Let's start with that "Weapons of Mass Destruction" fiasco wherein Dick Cheney and his puppet Bushit#2. George, lied to the American people. Soldiers are dying up to this second because of these two Conservative/Republican Liars.

    When are Cheney and Bushit#2 going to be arrested for High Crimes and Misdemeanors while in office?

    Tell me, FibbieFolks.

    And Agent Orange Trump just broke the law yet again by soliciting election funds from foreign nations. When is Trump going to be charged and arrested?

    Big Orange Republican Liar Trump is the epitome of corruption.

    The GOP is the largest Hate Group in the U.S. and a corrupt political party.

    And I haven't listed Con darling Reagan's corrupt administration. Will get to that, don't worry.
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    June 29, 2016 7:36:05 PM PDT
    By the way, the Benghazi hearings cost the U.S. taxpayers, which includes me!, 7.2 million dollars and was a political witch hunt and a great phony investigation, which was politically motivated. Trey Gowdy and the other Con/Repub losers should be made to pay back the U.S. taxpayers for that fraud.

    Under Bush and his master Cheney, there were 12 terror attacks on embassies and way more people killed than at Benghazi. The LIBERAL Democrats had class and did not politicize the tragedies. Even relatives of the ambassador are angry with Con Repubs for trying to make political gain from the death of a relative.

    GOP=CORRUPT AND PATHETIC
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    June 29, 2016 7:40:21 PM PDT
    I would like to congratulate House Republicans on their excellent and insightful Benghazi report. I look forward to their inquiry into the 4,425 Americans killed in Iraq.

    ANDY BOROWITZ
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    June 29, 2016 10:39:06 PM PDT
    E-mails ordered released Wednesday could contain evidence that Clinton kept a secret, off-the-books schedule of meetings with foreign foundation donors as secretary of state.

    A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the State Department to produce the e-mail records of Hillary Clinton’s scheduler during her tenure as secretary of state, expanding an investigation being pursued by conservative nonprofit Citizens United into the overlap between Clinton’s official travel and her meetings with foreign Clinton Foundation donors.

    Citizens United is slated to receive all e-mails sent to and from Lona Valmoro, Clinton’s State Department scheduler, in the two-week periods before each of 14 international trips Clinton took during her four years in office. David Bossie, president of Citizens United, hopes to confirm suspicions that Clinton maintained an off-the-books schedule, meeting with Clinton Foundation donors on the taxpayer’s dime. “Citizens United wants to know how many overseas dinners Secretary Clinton attended with Clinton Foundation donors that didn’t make it on her schedule,” he says.

    Judge Rosemary Collyer, the federal judge presiding over a public-records case brought by Citizens United, was initially hesitant to allow the release of Valmoro’s e-mails, and asked the group to provide one example of an off-the-books meeting with Clinton Foundation donors. As part of a joint filing with the State Department on Monday, Citizens United presented the judge with several pieces of evidence suggesting Valmoro deliberately struck from the official schedule a December 6, 2012, dinner in Dublin, Ireland, with several Clinton Foundation and Clinton campaign donors, organized by Teneo co-founder Declan Kelly. Though Valmoro was made aware of the Dublin meeting through an earlier e-mail chain, neither Clinton’s archived daily calendar nor her detailed official schedule make any note of it.

    Citizens United characterizes the State Department’s decision to go along with the filing as an acknowledgement that Clinton did, in fact, maintain a secret schedule. Collyer was apparently convinced, ordering the State Department on Wednesday to produce 500 pages of Valmoro’s e-mails by the end of August. An additional 500 pages will be released every four weeks from that date, until Citizens United obtains all messages relating to the 14 overseas trips specified.

    The latest look into Clinton’s potential abuse of her government post to facilitate Clinton Foundation donations comes the same week as new revelations about her use of a private e-mail server. On Monday, Judicial Watch, another conservative nonprofit, published an additional 165 pages of e-mails from Clinton’s time as secretary of state. Those e-mails — which surfaced only after a court ordered them released — are all work-related in nature, undermining Clinton’s repeated claim that she turned over all work-related e-mails to the State Department after stepping down in 2013.



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    June 29, 2016 11:35:16 PM PDT
    Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch met today on a private jet to discuss their grandchildren.
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    June 30, 2016 2:14:55 AM PDT
    Busted! DNC caught in $100 million voter scheme!

    A foreign billionaire and seven-figure donor to the Clinton Foundation has been caught funding a reportedly illegal voting scheme that links straight to the Democratic National Committee and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

    A computer hacker who goes by the moniker Guccifer 2.0 recently leaked emails allegedly from the DNC outlining their 2016 general election strategies — and one of them details a coordinated effort with a foreign entity, funded entirely with $100 million from big-time Clinton donor and Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss, to influence the results of the 2016 election.

    The group was allegedly targeting pro-Clinton demographics for voter registration as well as “outreach, organizing, and legal and policy advocacy on voting laws”, and according to Washington Beacon reporter Lachlan Markay, that’s illegal.

    The group behind the $100 million voter registration push, The Wyss Foundation, is registered as a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation. It is forbidden by law from financing direct political projects.

    Critics say the document, titled “Wyss Foundation Democracy Strategy Discussion Memo,” provides clear evidence the group was violating this law, with the DNC’s participation and knowledge.

    Markay writes, “The document details the scope of Democratic efforts to boost grassroots organizing, and sheds light on how some of the left’s deepest pockets are facilitating those efforts through nonprofit vehicles generally restricted to charitable activity.”

    Wyss himself, as a foreign national, is also legally banned from any federal or state political donations — a rule he’d allegedly violated up to 30 times in a nine-year period, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

    Wyss also has ties to Clinton, and had previously given between $1 million to $5 million to the Clinton Foundation. Additionally, “Wyss’ now-defunct HJW Foundation previously employed Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, who received $87,083 from the group in 2013 for consulting services,” according to Markay.
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    June 30, 2016 5:58:43 PM PDT
    The most corrupt Clinton move ever?

    It was a move so outrageous, it has some critics calling it the most corrupt move in the Clinton family’s long history of controversies — and it all but proves accusations that President Barack Obama’s administration has a clear conflict of interest in investigating Hillary Clinton.

    In one of the most inappropriate moves in United States political and legal history, former president Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately on a plane in Phoenix — right as the FBI is investigating the potential mishandling of sensitive information that passed through the server Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, used for allegedly illegal correspondence as secretary of state.

    Critics have loudly voiced their concerns that Lynch has a conflict of interest in the email case — and legal analysts say this closed-door meeting adds serious weight to those claims.

    “There is a brazen effort to undermine U.S. law and at the very least the appearance of impropriety and ethical considerations, which you and I know, as lawyers, people take very seriously,” Laura Ingraham told Greta Van Susteren on Fox News’ “On the Record.”

    Lynch is responsible for looking into potential charges against Clinton, whom Obama has publicly endorsed for president. Republicans have repeatedly called for an independent prosecutor, saying the Justice Department under a Democratic president should not be investigating a Democratic presidential candidate.

    CBS News reporter Paul Reid called the meeting “shocking, absolutely shocking.”

    “The most high-profile national security investigation under the attorney general is the investigation into whether or not classified information was mishandled in connection with Hillary Clinton’s server,” Reid said. “Now, President Clinton and his foundation are also tangentially involved in that investigation, so the appearance of impropriety is just stunning.”

    Lynch insisted their private meeting did not involve the active investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use as secretary of state, and said instead it was about their grandchildren.

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    July 1, 2016 6:09:30 PM PDT
    "By the end of his term, 138 Reagan administration officials had been convicted, had been indicted, or had been the subject of official investigations for official misconduct and/or criminal violations. In terms of number of officials involved, the record of his administration was the worst ever."

    DAILY KOS

    NOW YOU'RE TALKING CORRUPTION

    How many indictments in LIBERAL Democrat Obama's Administration?

    ZERO

    Live by your lies and die by the truth.
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    July 1, 2016 6:13:41 PM PDT
    GOP = CIRCUS OF CORRUPTION.

    If there is any justice, Orange German Trump should be indicted for soliciting foreign nations for money, which against Federal Law.

    Also, for inciting and encouraging physical violence at his hate gatherings, a Federal Crime.

    The list of his corruption, like all Conservative/Republican Corruption, is long. I will be giving you more.

    So glad you brought up corruption in the U.S.
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    July 2, 2016 6:22:33 PM PDT
    DONALD TRUMP: I'm The First Candidate In Modern History To Refuse To Release My Tax Returns.

    BUT LET ME TELL YOU MORE ABOUT HOW CROOKED HILLARY IS.

    OCCUPY DEMOCRATS
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    July 3, 2016 9:10:43 AM PDT
    Hey troll, the reason why there are more convictions when a Republican is president is because the Republicans’ are more honest and will go after wrong doing even if it is Republican, unlike the Democrats that glorify corruption by their party members. Case in point would be the present president. The following is the meaning of corruption: dishonesty for personal gain, dishonest exploitation of power for personal gain

    Fast and Furious-the illegal gun running operation by the ATF. This is where a border agent and hundreds of Mexicans have been killed. The only ones that were punished were the whistle blowers. Those that were responsible were given lateral transfers or promotion by Obama. This is typical for the Obama administration.

    IRS scandal-IRS targeted conservative organization for enhanced requirements for tax exemption status, but gave Obama’s half brother an exemption within a week. This is another typical practice of the left when they are in control.

    Benghazi scandal-where an ambassador and others were killed due to a lack of security that had been asked for several times and then the American public was intentionally deceived (for Democrats that is lied to) by the Obama administration for political reasons. This is of course standard for the Obama who has lied about everything from his intimate association with a domestic terrorist to his Secretary of States’ email scandal

    Veterans Affairs scandal-veterans’ have died waiting for treatment that was denied them and administrators that used illegal means to get higher pay. Again, no one was punished.

    Then there is Johnson that went from advisors in Vietnam to a full scale war on a real, full-fledged lie. Unlike Bush that didn’t lie, who repeated the same intelligence that all of the Clinton administration stated and did find some WMDs, did not try to deceive or mislead.

    Then we have the Clinton’s, there were the Whitewater convictions and all of the convictions from the spinoff of the original investigation. Lest we forget the other scandals, Chinagate, Travelgate Scandal, Filegate Scandal, Cattle-Futures Miracle, Lootergate, Drug Dealer Donor Scandal, Ponzi Scheme and Political Favor Scandal and for a larger list of scandals associated with the Clintons, check out The Clinton Crime Library.
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    July 3, 2016 9:19:36 AM PDT
    @ quietwolf,

    Any one who holds a security clearance knows you can't use a private email server!

    And if caught would lose said clearance instantly and forever, at the very least!!

    However jail time would be probable.

    And I love the excuse given by Hillary about doing it, because she did not know how to use a desktop computer.

    And some say Trump is not qualified!!
    If you can't use a computer you should NOT be in public service period.
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    July 3, 2016 12:36:18 PM PDT
    That is not entirely true. Anyone can have a private server and/or email account. If you have a security clearance, the company/business does not want you conducting secure company business on that server/email. That is the stipulation that you sign.
    Also if you do conduct security business on a private server/email account it would depend on the classification of the business i.e. classified, secret, top secret, etc. There is no catchall for the penalty, at least. Therefore jail time is not probable and not an absolute.
    Also, many government and elective officials are not very experience with the use of computers as technology is changing very fast. However, these elective officials are voted into office, therefore I would assume some people do not care.
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    July 3, 2016 3:00:48 PM PDT
    Hey troll, here is a little article from the Daily Signal by Lee Edwards about President Reagan, one of the most successful and remains one of the most popular presidents in American history. But you are not interested in facts and truth that are in opposition to your distorted outlook.

    Liberals leap to put down Ronald Reagan even when they are writing about someone else. They simply cannot accept that Reagan was one of the most successful and remains one of the most popular presidents in American history.

    For example, in a critical essay about Donald Trump in the Sunday New York Times, the novelist Kevin Baker writes that “the modern politician Mr. Trump most closely resembles … is Ronald Reagan.”

    After referring to Reagan’s “self-aggrandizing, demagogic side,” Baker packs more errors about Reagan’s life and career in one paragraph than Edmund Morris did in all of his grievously disappointing biography, “Dutch.”

    Baker describes himself as a novelist, historian, journalist, political commentator, gadfly—he omits “sloppy, careless, feckless researcher.” Let us begin setting the record straight with Baker’s characterization of Reagan the actor as “a second-tier performer.”
    In fact, with the release of the highly popular movie “King’s Row,” with the famous line, “Where’s the rest of me?” Reagan became one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, drawing more fan mail at Warner Brothers Studios than any other actor except Errol Flynn and becoming the first film actor to sign a contract worth a million dollars.

    Taking advantage of Reagan’s new status, Warner announced that he and Ann Sheridan would co-star in a dramatic story of war refugees in French Morocco.

    However, on April 18, 1942, 2nd Lt. Ronald Reagan reported for active duty, putting his acting career on hold and denying moviegoers the chance to see Reagan and Sheridan in the iconic movie “Casablanca.”

    Baker perpetuates some of the hoariest myths about Reagan. Asserting that his speeches and debates “were laced with convenient untruths and slanders,” Baker refers to an alleged “Chicago ‘welfare queen’ tooling around in her Cadillac.”

    It is true that in 1976, when he was challenging President Gerald Ford for the Republican presidential nomination, Reagan frequently referred to a “welfare queen” who used “80 names, 30 addresses, 15 telephone numbers, to collect food stamps, Social Security, veterans benefits for four nonexistent deceased husbands as well as welfare. Her tax-free cash income alone has been running $150,000 a year.”

    The unparalleled greed of the “welfare queen” shocked listeners and was skeptically received by a cynical press. Economist Paul Krugman spoke for most liberals when he wrote years later that “the bogus story of the Cadillac-driving welfare queen [was] a gross exaggeration of a minor case of welfare fraud.”

    What was truly gross was the failure of the press to determine the truth about Linda Taylor, the “welfare queen.”

    To his credit, John Levin, the executive editor of the liberal blog Slate, went looking in 2013 for Taylor and discovered that Reagan had indeed erred—he had underestimated the extent of her felonies.

    She had used three Social Security cards, 21 names, 31 addresses, and 25 phone numbers while “tooling around” Chicago in three different luxury cars—a Cadillac, a Lincoln, and a Chevy station wagon. She had used as many as 80 different names and received at least $150,000.

    The executive director of the Legislative Advisory Committee on Public Aid commented: “She is without a doubt the biggest welfare cheat of all time.”

    Baker writes that presidential nominee Reagan made his first speech of the 1980 general campaign at a fair in Neshoba County, Mississippi, where three civil rights organizers had been murdered by the Ku Klux Klan 16 years earlier. Reagan aides, including Richard Wirthlin, had urged Reagan to cancel the talk because the KKK still operated there. But Reagan had promised Mississippi Republicans he would attend the fair and, always a man of his word, he did so.

    In his remarks, punctuated with jokes about his Democratic opponent, Jimmy Carter, Reagan talked about his successful welfare reform in California and the power of federalism. “I believe in states rights,” he said, and promised to “restore to states and local governments the power that properly belongs to them.”

    That was the sole reference to “states rights” in his 15-minute talk. Yet Krugman and other liberals have characterized Reagan’s Neshoba speech as public approval for “good old-fashioned racism” and a racist Southern strategy.

    But they do not report that Carter kicked off his 1980 campaign in the Deep South, in Tuscumbia, Alabama, with the one-time arch-segregationist George Wallace on the platform behind him. Nor do they criticize the 1988 Democratic nominee Michael Dukakis for speaking at—you guessed it—the Neshoba County Fair.

    For his part, Baker omits that Reagan’s very next campaign speech after Neshoba was to the National Urban League in New York City. Declining to pander, Reagan declared that the solution to the economic problems of the black family was not more federal programs but “a bigger pie so that everyone will have a chance to be better off.”

    According to biographer Craig Shirley, Reagan pointed to his record of black advancement while governor of California when the percentage of African-Americans hired in the state government increased 23 percent. He asked league members not to look at him as a “caricatured conservative.”

    But that is precisely how Baker and Krugman looked at Reagan.

    Not so the liberal prize-winning historian Garry Wills, who after writing an early critical book about Reagan switched significantly, listing the president’s qualities as follows: “Self-assurance without a hectoring dogmatism, pride without arrogance, humility without creepiness, ambition without ruthlessness, accommodation without mushiness. How can you beat that?”

    You can’t.



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    July 3, 2016 5:19:16 PM PDT
    “the president’s qualities as follows: “Self-assurance without a hectoring dogmatism, pride without arrogance, humility without creepiness, ambition without ruthlessness, accommodation without mushiness. How can you beat that?””
    Well doesn’t appear ““Prejudicial, narrow minded bigotry” would be a quality for any human being. Maybe, maybe not, however, I seem to recall; “President Obama is totally intolerant of any idea that is contrary to his. He is an intellectual pigmy whose only talent is speaking from a teleprompter. He hides his college transcripts so no one will know how dumb he really is. He is a puppet of the progressive movement, does the bidding of Sorros, Buffet or any big money progressive/liberal and doesn’t have a single original idea or thought. He and his wife hate this country and all the greatness this country has done for the rest of the world. He is a racist. He is a pathological liar that is completely void of a conscious. The only thing he loves in this world is self. Like the Clintons he had to give up his law license before it was taken away from him. He has all of the attributes of a great progressive/liberal and completely lacks any compassion for the human race. He isn’t great; he is a pathetic, wretched, dismal, sad, pitiable, week, useless, feeble human being and those that support him aren't any better.” Prejudicial, narrow minded bigotry, hmmm. I guess you are going to say you spoke and/or speak the truth. Really. Well if the shoe fits, I think you know what I mean.
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    July 3, 2016 6:47:23 PM PDT
    I find it highly amusing DP Troll thinks the Bill Moyers article I posted is opinion but the one he uses is a "Critical essay" which he posts as facts. Talk about a biased work or writing. Double standards I guess are ok for someone who agrees with him, but heaven help any one who finds a different view point. You're lucky to escape with your life.
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    July 3, 2016 7:18:39 PM PDT
    The description of President Reagan were not my words, but the words of a lefty author who saw the light after he did his research. The description of Obama was based on fact. I don't know what you mean since you have a problem with being specific. Which part on Obama did I get wrong or is it because I left out the part where he lied about his personal relationship with the domestic terrorist Bill Ayers? If you are calling me prejudice, marrow minded or a bigot back it up with other than opinion. Since you copied the above from another post do some more research and you will find many post that back up what I say. Maybe you are trying to say I am a racist since I dare to criticize a black president. The answer is no, it is about him as a person before he became president and the job he is doing as a president. Again, research some of my other posts for verification.
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    July 3, 2016 8:05:05 PM PDT
    My “problem” with specificity did not seem to go unnoticed as you answered my opinion. I seem to recall you stating, “President Obama is totally intolerant of any idea that is contrary to his. He is an intellectual pigmy whose only talent is speaking from a teleprompter.” Is this your opinion or a fact?? Prove your fact. As you do not personally know this man and it is very doubtful that you will never personally know this man. Your comments are simply that, comments. You surmise information that you read as I.
    No. I think you well know exactly what my opinion of you is, with all due respect. It is what it is.
    Your opinion of the person “before he became president and the job he is doing as a president”, is as irrelevant to him as it is too many. My proof – he is the President of the United States of America. And you are? We, I for certain, know who you are. Specific enough.
    Your statement of my comment being “prejudicial, narrow minded bigotry” is your opinion and may be true. Rest assured my opinion is my opinion.
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    July 3, 2016 9:50:09 PM PDT
    wesada: "No. I think you well know exactly what my opinion of you is, with all due respect. It is what it is."

    "Touché!!!!"And there is the crux of the matter which will make you the enemy for as long as he lives. You have seen behind the mask and dared speak the truth.
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    July 3, 2016 10:58:23 PM PDT
    @wesada
    I was not going to dumb it down, I was talking about doing official business.
    If you can't figure that out, your an idiot.
    And NO you cannot use a personal account for any classified material even FOUO.
    Let me spell that out for you F=for, O=official, U=use, O=only!
    A private server is not really Official is it.
    Nuff said.
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    July 3, 2016 11:28:10 PM PDT
    “And NO you cannot use a personal account for any classified material even FOUO.”
    You are correct. Hence my statement, “Also if you do conduct security business on a private server/email account it would depend on the classification of the business i.e. classified, secret, top secret, etc.”
    Notice the “i.e.” and “etc”. However, sometimes you have to dumb it down.
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    July 3, 2016 11:40:58 PM PDT
    Additionally,the Computer Security Act of 1987 may explain “F=for, O=official, U=use, O=only” as,
    “After verifying the identity of the recipient, the distributor/information provider may distribute UCI/FOUO by unclassified fax. UCI/FOUO may be distributed via e-mail only after permission of the organization that controls the unauthorized disclosure, consider such factors as attaching cover sheets, location of sending and receiving machines, and availability of authorized to receive the UCI/FOUO information.”
    However, you can figure it out.
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    July 4, 2016 3:20:10 AM PDT
    @wesada,

    I don't see anything in your quote about using private emails for official use, oh that is because you are supposed to use official computers, duh.
    You certainly love to copy and paste don't you. So here is one for you.
    Waseda said:
    "Also, many government and elective officials are not very experience with the use of computers as technology is changing very fast. However, these elective officials are voted into office, therefore I would assume some people do not care."
    This was in response to my comment about Hillary not knowing how to use a desk top computer to do her job as the U.S. Secretary of State..
    And to think I had a computer in my home in the late 1980's, your right though computer tech is ever moving, making it easier and easier to use!

    Waseda you seem to have all the answers, so when was that election that voted Hillary in to that "U.S. Secretary of State" position?

    BTW on a side note- IMHO you should lose the SAC patch you are making them look bad and does not help you, in your hope for credibility. Good luck in future trolling, I have given you more of my time than you deserve.
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    July 4, 2016 9:06:03 AM PDT
    Geez. Your original statement, “Any one who holds a security clearance knows you can't use a private email server! And if caught would lose said clearance instantly and forever, at the very least!!”
    Whereupon, I said, “That is not entirely true.” As usual you and others seem to purport to know what someone knows. I forwarded a quote, google it, regarding emails. Additionally, “State Department officials have determined that classified information was sent to the personal email accounts of former Secretary of State Colin Powell and the senior staff of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, NBC News has learned.
    In an interview with NBC News, Powell challenged the conclusion, saying nothing that went to his personal account was secret. A Rice spokeswoman said the emails were about diplomatic communications.
    In a letter to Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy dated Feb. 3, State Department Inspector General Steve Linick said that the State Department has determined that 12 emails examined from State's archives contained national security information now classified "Secret" or "Confidential." The letter was obtained by NBC News.
    Two of the messages were sent to Powell's personal account, and 10 were sent to personal accounts of Rice's senior aides, the letter said.” This quote is from NBC news, google it. Okay.
    I never said use of a private email server or account was right or wrong. I stated quotes from sources regarding government email uses. I’m sure you can find information yourself as well as get people on this site to believe you. I just require a little bit more information. I can have doubts of your information and your sources as you can mine. However, I do offer a Q-O-U-T-E that you can at least review for yourself.
    Now, I am happy you had a computer in your house in the late 1980’s. As for me, it was the early/middle 1980’s. I beta tested some of the software in use today. However, that’s my claim.
    All the answers, of course not. Actually, some of the “stuff” I read on this site causes me to research to get a better understanding of this “stuff”. You are correct in Hillary Clinton was not elected, and I have no opinion right or wrong as for what she did or does. I certainly could see the mistakes, whether intentional or not.
    BTW. My use of the SAC patch, unless inform by the military not to, simply displays my pride in the past organization/Command. I could be requested by the Military to remove this insignia; however, I would consider it unlikely based on my “credible” career in the Command.
    You are also welcome to display your pride in whatever endeavor you may have.
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    July 4, 2016 9:08:43 AM PDT
    Oh, BTW, the "at very least" threw me off in your original statement. Either it is or it isn't. Do you really know? Or is it your opinion?
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    July 4, 2016 2:40:58 PM PDT
    Even more Conservative/Republican/madhatter corruption and incompetence.


    REPUBLICAN SCANDAL HYPOCRISY SCORECARD


    HILLARY CLINTON

    Executed bad judgment with E-Mail server but did nothing illegal.

    Cleared of wrongdoing in Benghazi by multiple GOP led investigations, costing us taxpayers 7.2 million in tax dollars.



    GEORGE W. BUSH

    A TOTAL OF 13 EMBASSY ATTACKS, 60 DEAD.

    AND 5 MILLION EMAILS DELETED FROM PRIVATE SERVER

    Bipartisan Report.Com

    TINA MARIE VIGILANTE

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    July 4, 2016 2:52:41 PM PDT
    wesada, personally knowing a public figure is not necessary to know their character, especially when the evidence is all around us. Why did you only choose two of the descriptive adjectives I used? Where those the only two that you thought couldn’t be proved? Also, what did mean by your statement, " My proof – he is the President of the United States of America. And you are?", this sounds like something an elitist snob would say. My opinion, as I stated before is based on proof, your opinion of me is only based on conjecture, supported by your own personal prejudices. You don’t know anything about me nor can you support any opinion of me by any of my postings and unlike you I don’t hide behind a pseudonym.

    Wolf said, “You're lucky to escape with your life. Is this your second or third recent post where you have stated you feel threatened? Maybe you need to seek some counseling since it appears you maybe suffering from a persecution complex.

    Here is President Obama without his teleprompter.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJFWypPcJjkv=JJFWypPcJjk

    As I said before, since you excel at research, do some more of my past posts and you will have all the proof you will need of by Obama's deeds not his
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    July 4, 2016 5:19:41 PM PDT
    dipetz Not afraid, I've just seen behind your mask. You false patriotism which is used to conceal a deep seated hate of anyone not "White Anglo Saxon Protestant" One who supports refugee camps without ever having walked through one of the camps, one who supports those who call for the lynching of our President and support of Domestic Terrorists who raise armies and call for armed rebellion who are upheld as Patriots and then in the same breath condemn Law enforcement for doing their duty when those terrorists are apprehended and brought to justice. No frightened of you is not the word, say rather disgust. You've demonstrated time and again your rabid, diseased nature. Your single mindedness to the point of destruction unless it falls in line with your own thinking and even then if anyone entertains a possible alternative point of view you attack. I go by only what you present here and you have yet to prove me wrong.
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    July 4, 2016 6:41:45 PM PDT
    Diaperz, are you smelling up the forum again?
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    July 4, 2016 7:46:36 PM PDT
    I go by only what you present here and you have yet to prove me wrong.

    dpietz has a very stubborn view of things - just like you wolf. He, along with others, are called neo-Nazis and other right-wing extremists names. 

    The bottom line is most people believe in freddom: freedom to own a gun, freedom to own a business, freedom to go to work or go to school, freedom to practice religion (as long as it doesn't hurt others), freedom of speech, freedom to vote. 

    What's really funny is dpietz served this country so some of the people on this forum can be free to blast away at those that see where America is going and are trying to stop it. How the left can vote for Hillary and still look themselves in the mirror makes me shake my head. Funny what greed does to people. 

     

    Just remember, experience is a dear teacher but fools will learn from no other. Quietwolf is going to learn this the hard way like so many liberals and instead of laughing, people like myself and dpietz will feel sorry for her. 

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    July 4, 2016 8:11:03 PM PDT

    This sums up liberal mindset quite well:

     

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    July 4, 2016 11:33:43 PM PDT
    2grands, I agree I am stubborn but the main difference which sets me and DP apart is that I am willing to change and not afraid to do so, which I have done in the past and will do again in the future.

    >>The bottom line is most people believe in freddom: freedom to own a gun, freedom to own a business, freedom to go to work or go to school, freedom to practice religion (as long as it doesn't hurt others), freedom of speech, freedom to vote.

    I agree and I've challenged him numerous time to prove his claims I don't believe in any of those and he has failed to do so, yet I've accommodated his every whim and request. Doesn't really matter to me in the long run, as being of a peaceful nature doesn't mean I can be pushed around either, as he has found out and taken exception to. You I can get a rational conversation out of, he I can't.
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    July 5, 2016 7:41:59 AM PDT
    dpietz; “As I said before, since you excel at research, do some more of my past posts and you will have all the proof you will need of by Obama's deeds not his” I need not do historical research to gauge your feelings and/or “proof “of Obama deeds. Your feelings and/or “proof” is irrelevant. Obama receive over 65 million votes from the people of this country. Therefore you are more relevant than 65 million people. I think not? Maybe that’s the problem; some persons think they are relevant.
    “My proof – he is the President of the United States of America. And you are?", this sounds like something an elitist snob would say.” It is a fact, and has been for over seven years.
    “You don’t know anything about me nor can you support any opinion of me by any of my postings and unlike you I don’t hide behind a pseudonym.” Nor do I wish to. Whether you “name” is a pseudonym or not is irrelevant. Hid? Do you wish to meet me? As I stated before, I think you well know exactly what my opinion of you is, with all due respect. It is what it is.
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    July 5, 2016 8:28:29 AM PDT
    And Hillary manages to stay ahead of the law once again. What a poor excuse for a party leader. I do not understand how people can support such a greasy, lying, deceptive person. Welcome to politics I guess.
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    July 5, 2016 2:53:37 PM PDT
    2Grands said:
    “And Hillary manages to stay ahead of the law once again. What a poor excuse for a party leader. I do not understand how people can support such a greasy, lying, deceptive person. Welcome to politics I guess.”
    Interesting. The six pointed star is a retweet mistake? Don’t you read what you retweet. Evidently not. What about the tax returns? You actually buy the IRS audit thing? IRS stated his returns can be released and he would not be setting a precedent. Oh, that’s right, he’s just a businessman. HA. Forget the fact that he’s running for the president of the only superpower on the planet. Lying, crooked Hillary?
    Maybe the saying about the bar being set low for this candidate is correct. I’m just amazed of the people that set this bar so low and how they accept the outcome. I’m still waiting to hear something of substance from this candidate except insults. I guess it does take all kinds. Lol
    Always interesting.
    http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2015/dec/21/2015-lie-year-donald-trump-campaign-misstatements/
    http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2016/jun/29/fact-checking-2016-clinton-trump/
    Politifact – Winner of the Pulitzer Prize - - That’s before you disagree with the project.
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    July 5, 2016 3:14:19 PM PDT
    “I don't see anything in your quote about using private emails for official use, oh that is because you are supposed to use official computers, duh.”
    You certainly love to copy and paste don't you.”
    I like to copy and paste what was posted. Sometimes you just can’t make this stuff up. lol

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    July 5, 2016 3:14:52 PM PDT
    “Any one who holds a security clearance knows you can't use a private email server!

    And if caught would lose said clearance instantly and forever, at the very least!!”
    I guess the issue of security clearance and private email server is moot. And the issue of being caught and losing said security clearance is also moot.
    However, the Justice Department could file charges albeit they will probably lose.
    Just in case, would have, could have and should have.
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    July 5, 2016 5:08:10 PM PDT
    How about Rice's, Powell's, and Bushit2's used of classified emails on private servers?

    Bushit#2/Cheney deleted about 22 million emails.

    GOP = Greed, Oppression and Poverty. And Corruption with a capital "C".
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    July 5, 2016 5:13:40 PM PDT
    How come 5-Time Bankrupt Orange Trump doesn't release his tax returns like everyone else. I know legalities and truth are low on his sorry list, but since he is the GOP nominee or may be, should not this corrupt orange pumpkin, if anyone, release his tax returns?

    An applicant for college has to, why not Con The Blabarian?
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    July 8, 2016 9:23:49 AM PDT
    Do you know the older man in these pictures? Well, he is Edward 'Ed' Mezvinsky, born January 17, 1937. Now you're saying, "Who in the world is Ed Mezvinsky?” Okay, he's a former Democratic congressman who represented Iowa’s 1st congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives for two terms, 1973 to 1977. He also sat on the House Judiciary Committee which decided the fate of Richard Nixon. _ He was outspoken claiming that Nixon was a crook and a disgrace to politics and the nation and should be impeached. He and the Clintons were friends and very politically intertwined for many years. Anyway, Ed Mezvinsky had an affair with NBC News reporter, Marjorie Sue Margolies, and later married her after his wife divorced him. Well, guess what? In 1993, this same Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky, (then a freshman Democrat in Congress) cast the deciding vote that got President Bill Clinton’s controversial tax package through the House of Representatives. Now fast forward to March 2001: Ed Mezvinsky was indicted and later pled guilty to 31 out of 69 counts of bank fraud, mail fraud, and wire fraud. He embezzled more than $10 million dollars from people via both a Ponzi scheme and the notorious Nigerian e-mail scams. He was found guilty and sentenced to 80 months in federal prison. After serving less than five years in federal prison, he was released in April 2008 and remains on probation. To this day, he still owes $9.4 million in restitution to his victims. I know ... now yo’re saying, 'So what!' WELL ... Meet Marc and Chelsea Mezvinsky. That’s right; good old Ed is Chelsea Clinton’s father-in-law. Marc and Chelsea are in their early thirties and purchased a $10.5 million dollar NYC apartment (after being married in George Soros’ mansion). Has anyone heard any of this mentioned in the media? By the way, can you imagine if this guy was Jenna or Barbara Bush’s father-in-law, or, better yet, Bristol Palin’s father-in- law? The news would be an everyday headline and every detail would be reported over and over. But hey, there are no double standards in political reporting! Right?!?!?!? Chelsea Clinton earned $600,000 a year when working for NBC and now works for the Clinton Foundation and sits on many boards. The unending cycle remains. Lying and corruption are now known as positive attributes in the political world." 

    Abraham Lincoln said: "America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”
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    July 11, 2016 11:18:41 AM PDT
    http://constitution.com/democrat-congresswoman-indicted-corruption-charges/

    Unfortunately, I think both parties have this type of person in their respective midsts.
    Vote them all out.
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    July 11, 2016 8:22:05 PM PDT

    Hillary

     


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    July 11, 2016 11:37:30 PM PDT
    New Clinton scandal set to EXPLODE!

    Hillary Clinton’s not off the hook yet!

    The FBI may have closed its case on the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s email scandal, but there are new troubles surrounding the Clinton's.

    And this one could blow her email fiasco right out of the water!

    FBI agents are reportedly looking into whether or not Clinton gave favorable treatment to those who donated to the Clinton Foundation while she served as secretary of state — a frequent accusation from critics of hers.

    Asked about an investigation into the foundation and a possible corruption case during his testimony last week, FBI Director James Comey played coy.

    “I’m not going to comment on the existence or nonexistence of any other ongoing investigations,” Comey told the House Oversight Committee.

    But multiple reports say the agency has been looking into it – and an intelligence source told Fox News earlier this year that “many previous public corruption cases have been made and successfully prosecuted with much less evidence than what is emerging in this investigation.”

    In fact, the source said agents would be “screaming” mad if Clinton isn’t prosecuted this time.

    It’s not hard to see why.

    Clinton nonprofits have raised $2 BILLION, according to The New York Post, and big chunks of that cash come from foreign governments and business interests — including donations made by shady overseas accounts while Clinton was secretary of state.

    And on the surface, it looks like there was more than a little quid pro quo going on.

    In a case documented in the book “Clinton Cash” by Breitbart editor Peter Schweizer, the foundation allegedly hid millions of dollars donated by the head of a Russian-owned uranium company.

    In what has to be more than a complete coincidence, Clinton’s State Department helped the company snag a deal for U.S. uranium — one that gives Moscow control over nearly 20 percent of the American supply, according to the book.

    In another case, Rajiv Fernando was given a seat on the State Department’s highly sensitive International Security Advisory Board at Clinton’s specific urging despite the fact that he didn’t pack anything close to the qualifications of others on the board, according to ABC News.

    “We had no idea who he was!” one flabbergasted member told the news network.

    Turns out he had something other than qualifications in his corner: Fernando was a big-time Clinton Foundation donor and a high-level contributor to Hillary’s failed 2008 bid for the presidency.

    There are also questions over foreign donations the foundation tried to hide — until they were exposed by a Reuters investigation.

    In addition, former president Bill Clinton’s speaking fees doubled (and sometimes tripled) after his wife became secretary of state — including fat payday by organizations with potential State Department business, according to The Atlantic.

    “Department ethics officials reviewed the speaking engagements, but apparently rarely, if ever, objected,” the website reported.

    Big money… no objections… a rubber-stamp “ethics” panel… and pay-for-play access to the highest levels of the United States government.

    If these allegations are true, they won’t just doom Clinton’s presidential campaign.

    They could finally put her behind bars!

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    July 13, 2016 2:40:37 AM PDT
    Corrupt Hitlery is still at it!

    Clinton legal team moves to block deposition in email lawsuit

    Lawyers for Hillary Clinton are going to federal court for the first time to block efforts to force her to testify in a civil lawsuit related to her private email set-up.
    Clinton's attorneys submitted a legal filing Tuesday morning in a bid to shut down a conservative group's request for an order forcing her to submit to a deposition in the midst of her presidential campaign.

    Clinton’s legal team said her testimony was unnecessary and superfluous in light of her questioning before the House Benghazi Committee last October and several State Department inquiries into the issue.
    “Despite this public testimony and the various investigative reports, Judicial Watch claims that it needs to depose Secretary Clinton, a former Cabinet Secretary, about six purportedly unanswered questions," the filing states. "The record, however, already answers those questions or makes clear that Secretary Clinton has no personal knowledge to provide.”
    Judicial Watch has asked to depose Clinton in a pair of Freedom of Information Act lawsuits which have raised questions about whether her private email system was created in part to avoid making messages accessible under FOIA.
    U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan has set a hearing for Monday on the request for Clinton’s testimony in one of the suits, a case demanding records about employment arrangements of Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
    In the filing Tuesday, longtime Clinton attorney David Kendall leveled a series of legal arguments against Judicial Watch, even offering the politically awkward contention that a general effort by Clinton to thwart FOIA would not be enough to give the conservative group legal authority to proceed with its case.

    The State Department also filed a legal brief Tuesday opposing the call for Clinton to be deposed in the suit before Sullivan.
    Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton called the resistance to a Clinton deposition troubling, in part because Clinton's brief argues that her server was entirely her property after she stepped down as secretary of state in February 2013.
    "It is no surprise that neither Hillary Clinton nor the Obama State Department agrees with our request to depose Mrs. Clinton," Fitton said. "It is both significant and disturbing that Hillary Clinton now asserts a private 'claim of right” over her non-state.gov email account, including any of the 55,000 pages of federal records she returned to the State Department."

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/hillary-clinton-block-deposition-email-225418
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    July 15, 2016 10:10:43 PM PDT

    Clinton to Resettle One Million Muslim Migrants During First Term Alone!
    If elected president, Hillary Clinton could permanently resettle close to one million Muslim migrants during the first term of her presidency alone, according to the latest available data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
    Between 2001 and 2013, the U.S. permanently resettled 1.5 million Muslim migrants on green cards. However, under Hillary Clinton’s stated proposals, Muslim immigration would grow substantially faster, adding nearly one million Muslim migrants to the U.S. during her first term alone.
    Based on the most recent available DHS data, the U.S. permanently resettled roughly 149,000 migrants from predominantly Muslim countries on green cards in 2014. Yet Clinton has said that, as President, she would expand Muslim migration by importing an additional 65,000 Syrian refugees into the United States during the course of a single fiscal year. Clinton has made no indication that she would limit her proposed Syrian refugee program to one year.
    Clinton’s Syrian refugees would come on top of the tens of thousands of refugees the U.S. already admits from Muslim countries.
    Adding Clinton’s 65,000 Syrian refugees to the approximately 149,000 Muslim migrants the U.S. resettled on green cards in the course of one year, means that Clinton could permanently resettle roughly 214,000 Muslim migrants in her first year as President. If Clinton were to continue her Syrian refugee program throughout her Presidency, she could potentially resettle as many as 856,000 during her first term alone.
    Analysis from the Senate Immigration Subcommittee found that Clinton’s plan to expand refugee resettlement could cost U.S. taxpayers over $400 billion.
    Additionally, once Clinton’s Syrian refugees are in the U.S. as green card holders, they will have the ability to bring over their family members through chain migration.
    With regards to Middle Eastern migration, Clinton’s 65,000 Syrian refugees would be added on top of the roughly 96,000 Middle Eastern migrants the U.S. resettled on green cards in a single year. Based on the minimum numbers Clinton has put forth thus far, as President, she could potentially resettle approximately 644,000 Middle Eastern migrants during her first term alone.
    According to a September 2015 Rasmussen survey, women voters oppose Clinton’s Middle Eastern refugee plan by a remarkable 21-to-1 margin. Democrat voters oppose Clinton’s refugee plan by a 17-to-1 margin. Most remarkably, 85 percent of black voters oppose Clinton’s refugee agenda– with less than one percent of black voters supporting her plan.
    Yet Clinton’s expansion to Muslim migration would be in addition to her expansion for immigration overall.
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    July 15, 2016 10:10:43 PM PDT

    Clinton to Resettle One Million Muslim Migrants During First Term Alone!
    If elected president, Hillary Clinton could permanently resettle close to one million Muslim migrants during the first term of her presidency alone, according to the latest available data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
    Between 2001 and 2013, the U.S. permanently resettled 1.5 million Muslim migrants on green cards. However, under Hillary Clinton’s stated proposals, Muslim immigration would grow substantially faster, adding nearly one million Muslim migrants to the U.S. during her first term alone.
    Based on the most recent available DHS data, the U.S. permanently resettled roughly 149,000 migrants from predominantly Muslim countries on green cards in 2014. Yet Clinton has said that, as President, she would expand Muslim migration by importing an additional 65,000 Syrian refugees into the United States during the course of a single fiscal year. Clinton has made no indication that she would limit her proposed Syrian refugee program to one year.
    Clinton’s Syrian refugees would come on top of the tens of thousands of refugees the U.S. already admits from Muslim countries.
    Adding Clinton’s 65,000 Syrian refugees to the approximately 149,000 Muslim migrants the U.S. resettled on green cards in the course of one year, means that Clinton could permanently resettle roughly 214,000 Muslim migrants in her first year as President. If Clinton were to continue her Syrian refugee program throughout her Presidency, she could potentially resettle as many as 856,000 during her first term alone.
    Analysis from the Senate Immigration Subcommittee found that Clinton’s plan to expand refugee resettlement could cost U.S. taxpayers over $400 billion.
    Additionally, once Clinton’s Syrian refugees are in the U.S. as green card holders, they will have the ability to bring over their family members through chain migration.
    With regards to Middle Eastern migration, Clinton’s 65,000 Syrian refugees would be added on top of the roughly 96,000 Middle Eastern migrants the U.S. resettled on green cards in a single year. Based on the minimum numbers Clinton has put forth thus far, as President, she could potentially resettle approximately 644,000 Middle Eastern migrants during her first term alone.
    According to a September 2015 Rasmussen survey, women voters oppose Clinton’s Middle Eastern refugee plan by a remarkable 21-to-1 margin. Democrat voters oppose Clinton’s refugee plan by a 17-to-1 margin. Most remarkably, 85 percent of black voters oppose Clinton’s refugee agenda– with less than one percent of black voters supporting her plan.
    Yet Clinton’s expansion to Muslim migration would be in addition to her expansion for immigration overall.