Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Donald Trump Asked The One Question That Left James Comey Speechless

The Deep State is on the ropes.
Bombshell reports about the FBI implanting a spy in the Trump campaign have rocked Washington.
And now Donald Trump is asking the one question that left James Comey and his cabal of conspirators speechless.
FBI apologists such as former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper claim the FBI running active measures against the Trump campaign was done for Trump’s own good.
The FBI’s defenders in the media claim the use of national security letters, wiretaps, and covert spies was done to root out Russian infiltration in the campaign and to protect the President.
But this cover up fell apart when Trump asked one simple question: If the FBI was worried about the Russians infiltrating my campaign through Paul Manafort or others, why not just tell me?
Trump tweeted that he never would have hired Manafort in the first place if the FBI delivered a defensive briefing to him.

As only one of two people left who could become President, why wouldn’t the FBI or Department of “Justice” have told me that they were secretly investigating Paul Manafort (on charges that were 10 years old and had been previously dropped) during my campaign? Should have told me!

....Paul Manafort came into the campaign very late and was with us for a short period of time (he represented Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole & many others over the years), but we should have been told that Comey and the boys were doing a number on him, and he wouldn’t have been hired!
But critics of Comey believe they know the answer.
Comey – and the upper levels of the FBI and the Obama administration – hated Trump.
So rather than proactively work to nip any Russian infiltration in the bud, they sat back and instead spied on the Trump campaign.

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Trump: Where's Report on 'Crooked Hillary, Slippery James Comey'?

President Donald Trump wants to know "what is taking so long" with an internal Justice Department probe expected to criticize the FBI and its handling of the case involving Democrat Hillary Clinton's private email server.
"What is taking so long with the Inspector General's Report on Crooked Hillary and and Slippery James Comey. Numerous delays. Hope Report is not being changed and made weaker! There are so many horrible things to tell, the public has the right to know," Trump tweeted early Tuesday. "Transparency!"
The FBI's timing has been a sore point for Clinton supporters, who say then-director James Comey's announcement of the review less than two weeks before the Nov. 8, 2016, election contributed to her loss to Trump.
Last month, the DOJ asked the inspector general, Michael Horowitz, to expand that probe to include a look at whether Trump associates were improperly monitored during the campaign for political reasons.
Trump has repeatedly criticized the FBI's handling of the Russia probe and said the focus should be on the Clinton email case.

We all like to think that our govt. is in good hands, well protected... WELL, maybe NOT SO MUCH ! It turns out we need someone to CLOSELY watch the watchers......

Five Killers the FBI Ignored AND Failed to Stop
02/23/2018 Source:AAN by: AAN 

UPDATE: Five Killers the FBI Ignored AND Failed to Stop
By Federal Bureau of Investigation [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
UPDATE: Wednesday's article on high-profile FBI screwups didn't include the Bureau's most recent blunder: the Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting.

On Valentine's Day afternoon, a mass shooting occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a suburb of Miami.

The perpetrator, 19-year-old Nikolas Jacob Cruz, murdered 17 people – enabled by a cowardly armed school resource officer, a local sheriff's department who knew Cruz was a clear danger yet did nothing, and FBI agents notified by concerned citizens beforehand but unwilling to follow-up.

PLEASE SHARE THIS LIST WITH YOUR FRIENDS, and see the full details on how gross negligence emboldened a school shooter in the making.  
We at AAN have nothing but the utmost respect for law enforcement. Officers who serve on the thin blue line stand as a bulwark between order and anarchy. That said, human beings are fallible. We would be derelict in our duty to ignore cases where the FBI's leadership failed to investigate credible threats and stop mass killers.

This list will shock you. It is a reminder that eternal vigilance and objectivity are prerequisites every law enforcement officer must have at all times. It also reinforces the argument that bias – including the malicious political bias we've seen from specific agents in the so-called Trump-Russia probe can have disastrous consequences.

As a bonus, we included a criminal mastermind at the end, whose overwhelming success shows the catastrophic impact a rush to judgment and outrageous arrogance has on good, old-fashioned police work.

Click here to begin the slideshow and make sure to see our bonus individual at the end!

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THE SAD PART....there are people out there that will vote FOR him

Pedophile Who Threatened To Kill President Now Running For Congress Thanks To Terry McAuliffe   Peter Hasson on June 1, 2018

An admitted pedophile who served 16 months in federal prison for threatening to assassinate the president of the United States is now running for Congress thanks to former Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

Nathan Larson is an independent candidate in Virginia who admitted to HuffPost that he’s a pedophile who bragged in blog posts about raping his ex-wife and fantasized online about having sex with young children.
Larson is also a convicted felon who wouldn’t be eligible to run for office in Virginia had McAuliffe not restored Larson’s rights to vote and run for office in 2016.

Larson was sentenced to 16 months in prison in October 2009 for threatening to kill the president.
“I am writing to inform you that in the near future, I will kill the President of the United States of America,” Larson wrote in a Sept. 2008 email to the Secret Service. He then “laid out the reasons why he intended to kill the president and how he intended to carry out the assassination,” the Denver Post reported at the time of his conviction.

Anyone convicted of a felony in Virginia automatically loses the rights to vote and run for office. But McAuliffe restored those rights to tens of thousands of convicted felons in August 2016. And that included Larson, HuffPost first noted on Thursday.
Larson admitted to running a rape-obsessed pedophilia fantasy website, according to HuffPost. Larson claimed online that he had raped his ex-wife and “repeatedly expressed a desire to have sex with infants and children, including his own daughter,” HuffPost reported.
McAuliffe originally issued a blanket clemency order affecting 200,000 felons in April 2016. The state Supreme Court struck down McAuliffe’s order in July 2016, ruling that the governor’s blanket amnesty order exceeded his legal authority.
McAuliffe announced one month later that he was restoring the rights of 13,000 felons. The vice-chair of Virginia’s Board of Elections later told TheDCNF in Nov. 2016 that the true number of felons granted clemency was actually between 50,000 and 60,000. McAuliffe’s term ended in 2018.
McAuliffe is widely thought to be positioning himself for a presidential campaign in 2020.

EASY FIX....Have congress pay back the TRILLIONS of dollars they "BORROWED" from Social Security funds.

Federal Government: By the Way, Medicare and Social Security Are Going Broke A Lot Faster Than We'd Thought
Guy Benson Jun 06, 2018

If the surplus money that Americans paid into Social Security had been left alone, there would be a balance of roughly $2.85 Trillion Dollars. Sadly, Congress saw that pot of money and couldn’t keep their hands off of it. They spent every dime.

Federal Government: By the Way, Medicare and Social Security Are Going Broke A Lot Faster Than We'd Thought

It's the type of unsexy story that just glides past without much notice these days -- especially with so much excitement and speculation over historic summits, presidential self-pardons, and dramatic culture war skirmishes dominating headlines.  But the federal government has dug our national finances into a frighteningly deep hole, having made tens of trillions of dollars' worth in unpaid-for promises (i.e. "unfunded liabilities"), on which tens of millions of people are relying.  We've been sounding the alarm on this for years, over the course of two presidential administrations.  The looming debt bomb is a predictable crisis, and yet virtually nothing is being done about it.  

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I wouldn't put much stock in anything Kenney has to say, there is a lawsuit pending over this so called "soda tax" because he LIED about it's use.

Calling Kenney "Mayor" is a real stretch...he is probably the worst in this office for many years. First thing he did when elected was impose a 1 1/2 cent per ounce tax on sweet drinks, the money to be used for "pre-school". After the tax was imposed, it was found only a small percentage was used for pre-school, the bulk of it went for pension funds and into the city coffer, millions of dollars. (slush fund) Also after his election it was found that $32 million was missing from the cities account. No one knows nothing...In my opinion, he's a slimeball ! ! !

Mayor: Trump 'childish' for nixing Eagles' visit

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says he stands by Eagles players after President Trump canceled the team's planned visit to the White House.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Barack Obama Held These Closed Door Meetings And What Happened Next Is Bad News For Trump

Barack Obama’s plan to sabotage Donald Trump started even earlier than anyone thought.
It all started when Obama held a series of shadowy closed door meetings after the election.
And what happened next is bad news for Donald Trump.
The New York Times published exclusive excerpts from former Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes’ upcoming memoir entitled, “The World as It Is.”
In the book, Rhodes depicts Obama meeting with foreign leaders and encouraging them to undermine Donald Trump.
The Times reported:
“Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan apologized for breaching protocol by meeting with Mr. Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan after the election. Mr. Obama urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada to take on a more vocal role defending the values they shared.
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany told Mr. Obama that she felt more obliged to run for another term because of Mr. Trump’s election to defend the liberal international order. When they parted for the final time, Ms. Merkel had a single tear in her eye. “She’s all alone,” Mr. Obama noted.”
This is unprecedented.
For all the media blabbering about how Donald Trump is “violating norms,” it is really Obama who is subverting American tradition in order to destabilize democracy.
Never before has an outgoing American President colluded with foreign leaders to undermine the incoming Commander-in-Chief.
This excerpt shows where Obama’s true loyalty lies.
And it is not with America or its people.
Obama is committed to globalism and the “liberal” world order.
The leaders Obama schemed with to attack Trump are all open borders, pro-foreign intervention, pro-international trade deal globalists.
Former Presidents normally remain silent once they are out of office.
America can only have one Commander-in-Chief at a time.

George W. Bush famously refrained from any criticism of Barack Obama and stated that he owed Obama his silence.
Obama violated that norm after Trump took office when he began lobbing pot shots at the Trump administration.
But Rhodes’ book makes it clear Obama’s scheme to undermine Trump took root far earlier and it is far greater in scope than previously imagined.
Obama enlisted foreign leaders to attack Trump.
This is an unbelievable act of disloyalty and reveals Obama’s true lack of patriotism.
To Barack Obama, liberal values such as open borders, trade deals, and identity politics come before love of country.
These leaders don’t see America as special or unique.
They view America as one cog in a global order where borders are meaningless and nations act in a collective good.
The American people rebelled against this type of America Last thinking when they elected Trump.
Obama, Trudeau, and Merkel assume the liberal world order is good because they sit atop it.
They never stop to question the consequences of unlimited migration, endless war, and unfettered global trade for the people they were selected to govern.
Trump gave a voice to the people who were left behind and Trump has acted to put America First.
The President has exited Obama’s Iran Deal, the TPP, and the Paris Global Warming Accords.
Trump is engaged in renegotiating NAFTA and is working on a plan to pull American forces out of Syria by the fall.
By every measure, Trump has torn down the pillars of the liberal world order that benefited the elites like Obama, but devastated the heartland of America.
Obama saw this coming and engaged in collusion with foreign leaders to try and stop Trump.
But as is typical of Obama, he failed.
Hannity: House Republicans putting the deep state on notice

Republicans in Congress are calling for criminal investigations into the potential illegal actions of James Comey, Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch and other officials with ties to the Steele dossier.

Monday, June 4, 2018




JUST THE START ? ? ?..............

Anyone surprised ? constitution ? What constitution ?? Now's the time for Deerfield residents to exercise their "OPEN CARRY" rights

They're Coming For 'Em: Illinois Suburb's Gun Confiscation Law Set To Go Into Effect    Jun 04, 2018 Matt Vespa

They're Coming For 'Em: Illinois Suburb's Gun Confiscation Law Set To Go Into Effect

It’s June. It might not be a big deal for most, but for the law-abiding gun owners of Deerfield, Illinois—it’s the time when a new gun confiscation law goes into effect. The Chicago suburb recently passed a law, where AR-15s and other firearms that look scary, along with a host of handguns, have to be transferred out of the village limits, turned over to the police, or destroyed. Owning these firearms is not permitted within Deerfield and non-compliance could carry a $250-$1,000/ day fee. Yes, the National Rifle Association has joined a lawsuit against the provision. It’s absurd. Gun ownership has been banned in a slice of America. That’s grossly unconstitutional (via Chicago Tribune):

In the ordinance, the definition of an assault weapon includes, among others, semiautomatic rifles that have a fixed magazine with a capacity to accept more than 10 rounds of ammunition; shotguns with a revolving cylinder; and semiautomatic pistols and rifles that can accept large-capacity magazines and possess one of a list of other features. Among the dozens of specific models cited are the AR-15, AK-47 and Uzi, according to the ordinance.

This seems to mean, your little .22 cal semi-auto plinking rifle is now illegal


Political Cartoons by Gary Varvel

No, Really: How, Why, and When Did the Feds' Russia Probe
Into Trump Associates Actually Begin? Guy Benson  Posted: Jun 04, 2018
No, Really: How, Why, and When Did the Feds' Russia Probe Into Trump Associates Actually Begin?
Let's begin by reviewing a few points as a backdrop to this post: First, as I've written numerous times, Robert Mueller's team must be allowed to complete its work without interference -- though I've also said that it would behoove the special counsel not to stray too far from the core mission, and I agree with ranking Senate Intelligence Committee Democrat Mark Warner that it's likely in the nation's interest for the probe to wrap up sooner rather than later.  I also analyzed Rep. Trey Gowdy's significant public comments last week regarding the "spy gate" controversy surrounding the Trump campaign informant with whom the FBI worked during the early stages of the Russia/collusion probe Mueller inherited.  In short, I thought it was meaningful that Gowdy, who was one of the few members of Congress to receive a classified briefing on the matter, effectively endorsed the Bureau's actions on that front, also highlighting that investigators were not targeting Donald Trump. I'll turn to my skepticism of the feds' official account in a moment, but first, I'd like to address a few criticisms of Gowdy I've seen: 
(1) I find the more outlandish line of accusation that Gowdy has been taken in by the "deep state' to be utterly ludicrous on its face.  Gowdy is a fair-minded and committed conservative who gave the Obama administration fits over his pursuit of the truth on Benghazi and other issues.  It's true that as a former federal prosecutor, he may be more defensive of the FBI than other observers.  But let's not forget his intense cross-examination of then-FBI chief James Comey about his controversial decision not to recommend criminal charges over Hillary Clinton's email scandal.  He was hardly obsequious or overly deferential during that exchange.  I also find this comment from Gowdy's former close colleague and friend Jason Chaffetz to be an important contribution to the debate about the South Carolinian's credibility.  Bear in mind that Chaffetz has been an outspoken Trump defender in many cases and hasn't pulled punches about the Russia matter and the FBI:


Part of what's wrong in Washington......"Little Chuckie Schumer" making demands of Trump. Do the dems even know what Trump is going to try to negotiate with N. K. ?? At least Trump got us to the table, MORE than any other sitting President has done since the start of the Korean war, Jun 25, 1950... Dems need to see what Trump has in mind before they go making demands

Senate Democrats vow to buck Trump on North Korea without tough deal    By Patricia Zengerle  
Chuck Schumer wearing a suit and tie: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks to members of the media during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington
© REUTERS/Leah Millis Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks to members of the media during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Top Senate Democrats on Monday told President Donald Trump not to make a deal that leaves North Korea with nuclear weapons, and threatened to maintain or toughen sanctions on Pyongyang if that condition is not met.
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer (a crybaby) and ranking Democrats from national security committees released a letter to Trump laying out demands for any pact, which they said must be permanent.
Trump plans a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12, the latest twist in the high-stakes diplomacy over U.S. attempts to eliminate Pyongyang's nuclear arms program.

The Democrats also told Trump to lean hard on Kim's ally China, to ensure it "will do all it can to help secure an agreement and then insist on strict North Korean compliance with such an agreement."

Easing sanctions under a deal would likely need approval from Congress which has passed sanctions on North Korea. Since most legislation needs 60 votes to pass the 100-member Senate and Trump's fellow Republicans hold only 51 seats, that would require Democratic support.

The Democrats' demands include North Korea dismantling and removing every nuclear, chemical and biological weapon, ending production and enrichment of uranium for weapons purposes and permanently dismantling its nuclear weapons infrastructure.

They said North Korea must also agree to suspend ballistic missile tests and commit to robust inspections.

"Now that the meeting will proceed as planned, we want to make sure that the president's desire for a deal with North Korea doesn't saddle the United States, Japan and Korea with a bad deal," Schumer told a conference call with reporters.
Democrats have been struggling to balance their support for peace with North Korea and frustration with what they see as Trump's refusal to work with them. On Monday, they said they want Trump to achieve "a lasting and strong agreement," but he must respect allies and engage closely with lawmakers.
"We just can't settle for something less than what will ultimately make the peninsula, the region and the world more secure," said Senator Bob Menendez, (a criminal) the top Foreign Relations Committee Democrat.
Schumer said talks with North Korea are far more perilous than negotiations over Iran's nuclear program because Tehran did not have nuclear weapons or intercontinental ballistic missiles, unlike Pyongyang.
Trump enraged Democrats and frustrated allies last month by announcing he was pulling out of the Iran deal. Many Republicans said Trump was right to withdraw from the pact reached by Democratic former President Barack Obama because it was not a treaty approved by Congress.
(Reporting by Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Alistair Bell)
Obama-Land’ Costing Illinois Taxpayers $172 Million   by
The taxpayers are now stuck with the $172 million bill that Obama allies promised would be paid for by private donations. 
Obama busted lying to residents about presidential center. 
Former President Barack Obama vowed to Illinois taxpayers that they would not be stuck paying for his massive center, but a new report from Zero Hedge shows he lied again. He lied about private donations paying for Obamaland, and now his out of control ego is going to cost taxpayers for something they have been fighting to stop.
A new report on Friday revealed that the Obama Presidential Center — which is being built in Chicago, Illinois — is going to cost the taxpayers $172 million. Despite promising his home city and state that he wouldn’t stick them with the bill, Obama is doing just that with a massive center dedicated to himself.
The recently passed budget, which will be signed by Democrat Gov. Bruce Rauner this month, specifies that Obama’s presidential center will be paid for by the taxpayers. While forcing Illinois resident to pay the bill, Obama has simultaneously taken over the state and been exposed in a massive lie.
Here’s what an Obama Foundation spokesperson said last year about the presidential center:
“Construction and maintenance will be funded by private donations and no taxpayer money will go to the foundation.”
The $38.5 billion state budget, which can be read here, explicitly states that $172 million will be allocated toward construction, maintenance, and re-configuring roadways around the gigantic center.
Moreover, many people living in the city are fighting the construction. Not only is it illegal to build a center like that on public land, the excavations have unearthed bodies and artifices, which are basically being tossed like rubbish to make room for Obama’s ego trip.
Perhaps this massive lie and bombshell story would be dominating mainstream media headlines if it didn’t involve Obama, the darling of the Left.
Obama allies are also lying about it being a presidential library. No books, paper, or documents will actually be stored at the center, but will instead be at another location that the Obamas took over.
As previously reported by Conservative Daily Post, Obama’s gigantic center will feature a museum of the self-absorbed couple, a test kitchen, an activity-center, basketball court, yoga centers, and many other items that were not agreed to in the 2015 deal. The massive center is nothing more than a project for the Obama’s to glorify themselves.
Residents were against the center before they knew they were going to be stuck footing the bill.
With Obamaland set to take up a major chunk of downtown Chicago, residents worry about an increase in crime and traffic.
Sadly, this is just the latest reminder about why so many Americans are glad Obama is out of office and wish he would go away for good.
He lied to people (again), and now residents are stuck with the $172 million bill for a center they never wanted in the first place.
President Bill Clinton on Monica Lewinsky, #MeToo and whether his apology was enough     Eun Kyung Kim

Former President Bill Clinton feels he's apologized enough over the Monica Lewinsky scandal and said he has no plans to directly ask the former White House intern for forgiveness.

"I do not. I have never talked to her. But I did say, publicly, on more than one occasion, that I was sorry," he told TODAY's Craig Melvin. "That's very different. The apology was public."
Clinton reflected on Lewinsky against the backdrop of the #MeToo movement as he and author James Patterson sat down with TODAY to discuss their new thriller, "The President Is Missing."

While some Democratic leaders, including Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, have suggested that Clinton should have resigned at the time, the former president defended his decision to instead fight impeachment charges. He said he wouldn't have changed his approach, in light of #MeToo.
"Well, I don't think it would be an issue. Because people would be using the facts instead of the imagined facts. If the facts were the same today, I wouldn't," he said.
In 1998, Clinton admitted to having an affair with Lewinsky, a scandal that launched a lengthy investigation and resulted with the second-ever presidential impeachment in United States history.

Clinton said his critics are now pouncing on that affair because of their frustration with President Trump, who has been accused by numerous women of inappropriate sexual behavior, all of which Trump has denied.
"A lot of the facts have been conveniently omitted to make the story work, I think partly because they were frustrated that they got all these serious allegations against the current occupant of the Oval Office. And his voters don't seem to care," Clinton said. "I think I did the right thing. I defended the Constitution."
Clinton said Trump's alleged sexual predatory behavior "hasn't gotten anything like the coverage that you would expect."
Earlier this year, Lewinsky penned an essay in Vanity Fair taking responsibility for her part in the White House scandal. But she also pointed out that Clinton used his power to his advantage.
"He was my boss. He was the most powerful man on the planet. He was 27 years my senior, with enough life experience to know better," she wrote. "He was, at the time, at the pinnacle of his career, while I was in my first job out of college."
Lewinsky also admitted that she was diagnosed with PTSD from the unrelenting public scrutiny.
Clinton said he doesn't feel any more responsibility about the affair now then he did when the scandal rolled out 20 years ago.
"I felt terrible then. And I came to grips with it," he said.
He also reiterated that he asked for forgiveness publicly.
"I apologized to everybody in the world," he said.
But Clinton also questioned why other past presidents haven't been held to the same standards as he has.
"Do you think President Kennedy should have resigned? Do you believe President Johnson should have resigned?" he said.
Clinton did defend the #MeToo movement, calling it "way overdue." But, he added, "it doesn't mean I agree with everything. I still have some questions about some of the decisions which have been made."

Reporters ??? Sometimes I wonder where their heads are at (up their ass ?) ..... 7-2 DOESN'T SEEM LIKE A NARROW DECISION TO ME.

Supreme Court hands narrow win to baker over gay couple dispute   By Lawrence Hurley 29 mins ago

© REUTERS/Rick Wilking Baker Jack Phillips decorates a cake in his Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood 

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a narrow victory to a Christian baker from Colorado who refused for religious reasons to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
The justices, in a 7-2 decision, faulted the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's handling of the claims brought against Jack Phillips, saying it had showed a hostility to religion. In doing so, the commission violated his religious rights under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
But the court did not issue a definitive ruling on the circumstances under which people can seek exemptions from anti-discrimination laws based on their religious views.

The commission had said Phillips violated the Colorado anti-discrimination law that bars businesses from refusing service based on race, sex, marital status or sexual orientation by rebuffing gay couple David Mullins and Charlie Craig in 2012

Two of the court's four liberals, Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan, joined the five conservative justices in the ruling authored by Justice Anthony Kennedy.

"The commission's hostility was inconsistent with the First Amendment's guarantee that our laws be applied in a manner that is neutral toward religion," Kennedy wrote, referring to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

"The outcome of cases like this in other circumstances must await further elaboration in the courts, all in the context of recognizing that these disputes must be resolved with tolerance, without undue disrespect to sincere religious beliefs, and without subjecting gay persons to indignities when they seek goods and services in an open market," Kennedy said.

Of the 50 states, 21 including Colorado have anti-discrimination laws protecting gay people.
The closely watched case before the Supreme Court, which in 2015 legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, pitted gay rights against religious liberty. President Donald Trump's administration intervened in the case in support of Phillips.
(Reporting by Lawrence Hurley; Editing by Will Dunham)