[BREITBART] “This is the only time I am aware of, sir.” “I have not seen that before, sir.” “I’ve never seen that.”
These are just some of the words utilized by former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe when asked during closed door testimony about an email penned by disgraced ex-FBI chief James Comey The disgraced, except in his own mind, former head of the FBI... circulating a draft statement exonerating Hillary Clinton in the private email server case a full two months before the FBI interviewed Clinton and other witnesses in the criminal probe.
Documents previously released by the FBI show that Comey on May 2, 2016 sent the email in question to McCabe, FBI general counsel James Baker and chief of staff and senior counselor James Rybicki. Clinton was interviewed by the FBI on June 2, with Comey later testifying that she was not sworn in and that the interview was not recorded.
Two months before Clinton’s FBI interview, Comey circulated the draft statement testing language to be used for not recommending charges against Clinton.
Former Rep. Bob Goodlatte, who served as chairman of the House Judiciary Committee at the time of McCabe’s December 21, 2017 testimony, read aloud Comey’s email. A transcript of the testimony was released three weeks ago by House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins, R-Ga, although the portion in question did not receive media attention.
(CNSNews.com) ‐ Former Obama official Patrick Gaspard in a panel discussion on ABC’s "This Week with George Stephanopolous" blamed Central American migration on the "climate crisis."
Gaspard, who is currently president of the Open Society Foundation and once served as Obama’s White House political affairs director, said President Donald Trump was "falsely hyping a deal that was struck some months ago that we know is probably insufficient to the challenge."
"Let’s be clear about what’s really happening here. I know Americans through the news media are focused on Mexico and this challenge, but this story is really not about Mexico. It’s about migrants who are coming from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, from the Northern Triangle, and they are a very different class of migrants than we saw in years past," he said.
"You used to have lone Mexican men who would come, find work, send money back home. That’s not what you have now. You have whole families that are coming as a consequence of pressures of climate shifts in the Northern Triangle," Gaspard said.
He said the president should be working with countries in that region to fight climate change.
"We have a five-year drought there now and precipitation that’s moving to other parts of the region. Any president of the U.S. should be working with Mexico and with that region to mitigate the climate crisis and the crisis also in some of the human rights oppressions that exist in those countries. We should be partnering with Mexico now, not making idle threats and lifting up deals that will do nothing to mitigate the crisis," Gaspard said.
[BREITBART] Pro-life activists in Connecticut say the fact that a bill intended to place faith-based pregnancy care centers under the thumb of the state attorney general died in the State Senate this week is miraculous.
Peter Wolfgang, executive director of the Family Institute of Connecticut (FIC), said in a statement sent to Breitbart News, the “Anti-Pregnancy Center” bill (HB 7070) “was defeated because pro-lifers rose up in deep blue Connecticut and fought back.”
[Irish Times] As John Brennan ...director of the CIA under the Obama administration. One of the deeper dwelling denizens of the Deep State, possibly even the guy who lit the match that launched the Russiagate coup attempt... takes his seat on the patio of the historic Willard Hotel, a few blocks from the White House, there is a ripple of recognition among those sitting nearby. "Faith, man! 'Tis The Brennan!"
"'Tis not! That's The Clapper!"
"No, no! The Clapper is much shorter!"
"How can you tell, Sean? 'Tis sitting down he is!"
The former CIA director is a man more used to being in the background. As the head of America’s foreign intelligence agency he was privy to the nation’s most sensitive secrets. "He knows who's the one who wears the panties in the Obama family!"
Today, he has become a very public and outspoken critic of President Donald Trump ...Perhaps no man has ever had as much fun being president of the US... , his fame cemented by his regular appearance on cable news channels such as MSNBC. "Aye, man! But I still say 'tis The Clapper! His fame is also cemented by his appearance on cable news channels such as MSNBC!"
"But he sits down, he does!"
As we talk, a member of the public approaches Brennan to shake his hand. "Aye, 'twould be an honor to shake yer hand, Mister Clapper!"
He responds politely, his shy smile suggesting that he is still not entirely comfortable with his new public persona. "Ow! 'Tis a firm grip y'have, sir!"
Brennan will visit Dublin next week for the Dalkey Book Festival. "And could I be havin' me hand back before then, sir?"
It is one of his many visits to the country, since his first trip more than 40 years ago. "Aye, he's done more to the Blarney Stone than just to kiss it, if y'know what I mean!"
Brennan is intensely proud of his Irish American heritage. His story is in many ways representative of the thousands who made the journey from Ireland to America to seek a better life. "Faith, Missus Brennan! There's got to be something better than this!"
"Shut up and eat yer potato, Seamus!"
His father, the seventh of 10 children from Co Roscommon, trained as a blacksmith before leaving Ireland for the United States in 1948 when he was 28 years old. Many of his generation took a similar path. "Good bye, Seamus! Good bye, Pat! G'bye, Mike! Good bye, Mikey! Good bye, Paddy! Good bye, Sean! G'bye, Michael!"
Within a couple of years in the US he met Brennan’s mother, whose grandparents had emigrated from Ireland, at an Irish dance. "Faith! And how is it ye dance like that without movin' yer hands?"
They settled in New Jersey, and Brennan recalls being brought up in a typical Irish-American household. "Faith, Katie! Bring more whisky! 'Tis freezin', we are!"
"Yer lookin' at the Celsius side of the thermometer, Mister Brennan. On the Fahrenheit side 'tis eighty six!"
"Well, bring more whisky, woman! 'Tis dyin' of the heat, we are!"
Irish history was "deeply embedded in us", he says. "For a while I knew as much about Irish history as I did about American history. I think we had a glorified impression of the old country, and we’d often asked my father, ’why did you come here?’ "Shut up and eat yer potato, Sean Brennan!"
Brennan missed the point of the Who's classic line "Meet the new boss, same as the old boss".
The real point is don't let boss's or betters (parties etc.) rule you. Do your own thinking and make your own decisions.
Yes every boss, party, theology is out to use you. Don't be used and don't be a user.
The problem as I see it is that John is a fighter, a pretty strong fighter, and he is fighting for the existence of the old guard. By this I mean the two parties that are both frauds, like the Mafia working with the Irish in historic NYC. Both parties are corrupt beyond belief, If one party goes legit, it will expose the other. The Clinton's, the Bush's, Obama, and all of them are corrupt and Trump disrupted the presidential succession line. Now all bets are off, all corruption, both power and greed, are disrupted. The loyal workhorses, Brennan, Comey, Mueller, et all.. are leading the charge to keep the corrupt in power. They have no limits in their corruption, they will have no limits in their attacks on American ideals. It is going to get very bitter and ugly as Trump gets to his second election. I expect the fraud and accusations will go wild. And I expect if Trump is carrying the day, they will impeach him, for nothing, but they will have him in impeachment hearings to distract him. The people will vote, he will win, and the vote will get contested to the SC. This states giving away to the popular vote will stop the election when Trump wins the popular vote and blue states are forced to give their states to Trump. Lots of drama and as long as it does not get kinetic, bring popcorn.
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otherwise, go to the range, practice regularly and stock up on ammo
[BREITBART] Sunday on CNN’s "Reliable Sources," CNN White House chief correspondent Jim Acosta ...CNN's showboating White House correspondent... revealed one his "regrets" in life is the media not standing together in solidarity.
Acosta lamented he has "missed some opportunities" to challenge President Donald Trump ...New York real estate developer, described by Dems as illiterate, racist, misogynistic, and what ever other unpleasant descriptions they can think of, elected by the rest of us as 45th President of the United States... labeling the media "the enemy of the people."
"You know, I wish at times that the press had been a bit more in solidarity with one another in standing up to this White House and saying, ’Listen, ’You know, the president can’t call us the enemy of the people. We’re not going to go along with that.’ Acosta told host Brian Stelter. "I think we’ve missed some opportunities here and there to challenge that."
Acosta then praised how other members of the media supported him and CNN when his White House press pass was revoked.
He stated, "I will say, one thing I’m most grateful for during this experience is how just about every news organization in Washington and here in New York stood behind us here at CNN when they took away my press pass. That was a very important first amendment case. And I talk about it in the book. Had the Trump administration won that case, Brian, it would have sent shockwaves through our industry. It would have put a real chilling effect on the First Amendment in this country.
The 'Press' in the first amendment is about the technology of the free flow of information. There was no 'institution' known as the press in 1792. If there is any group dedicated to corrupting, manipulating, fabricating, or suppressing the flow of information, it is today's institution commonly referred to as the 'press'. That makes them the enemy to the intent of the first amendment.
’Listen, ’You know, the president can’t call us the enemy of the people.'
The truth is a defense in court, Jimmy. That likely explains why CNN's been shredding viewers and cash since Mueller served up his nothingburger, which your organization relentlessly pushed 24/7/365 for two whole years.
[FOXNEWS] White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Congresswoman-for-Life from the San Francisco Bay Area, born into a family of professional politicians. On-again-off-again Speaker of the House. It's not her fault when they lose, but it's her accomplishment when they win. Noted for her heavily botoxed grimace and occasional senior... uhhh... moments... Monday, claiming the top Democrat has "lost control of her temper" and her caucus.
Conway criticized Pelosi on "Fox & Friends" for making "awful, incendiary" remarks last week while President Trump was in the United Kingdom.
According to a report last week, Pelosi told some of her colleagues that she wants to see the president "in prison" after he's voted out of office, rather than removed from office via impeachment.
Conway said Pelosi showed "audacity" by then claiming in an answer to a news hound's question that she would never criticize the president "outside the country." Pelosi had been asked about Trump's comments from the United Kingdom in which he called her "nasty" and "vindictive."
Yah. Like a comic book character.
[DailyCaller] Democratic California Rep. Eric Swalwell claimed his place among superheroes like Marvel’s Avengers Sunday, saying that he and the other 2020 Democratic candidates were poised to save America.
Speaking in Cedar Rapids at the Iowa Democratic Party’s Hall of Fame event, Swalwell argued that the 2016 GOP primary was more like “The Hunger Games.”
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.