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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Massacred as they prayed at two mosques: Suicide bombers kill at least 142 after blowing themselves up in Yemen






And while this is playing out...

What is Barry's biggest regret? Certainly not ISIS. Its that he didn't close Gitmo on day one! Why? Because he claims it is a recruiting tool for terrorists. Meanwhile, more people are joining ISIS than eHarmony and Gitmo has nothing to do with it. He also said recently the Taliban are not terrorists they're armed insurgents. 
Then ISIS must be head relocation specialists.





The Muslims in these mosques felt safe because they knew climate change was the gravest threat they faced. 

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Four bombers launch two attacks

Badr and al-Hashoosh mosques in Sanaa targeted during midday prayers

A further 351 people have been wounded, medical officials reported

Islamic State claimed responsibility and said it was a 'blessed operation'


By Lydia Willgress and Julian Robinson for MailOnline 

Published: 10:03 EST, 20 March 2015 | Updated: 15:14 EST, 20 March 2015 

Multiple suicide bombings on two mosques in Yemen's capital today have left hundreds killed or injured. 

Four bombers wearing explosive belts targeted the Badr and al-Hashoosh mosques in Sanaa during midday prayers in what was one of the country's deadliest ever jihadist attacks.

At least 142 are dead and a further 351 people are thought to have been wounded in the devastating blasts, described by eyewitnesses as being like earthquakes.

A group claiming to be the Yemeni branch of Islamic State immediately said they were responsible for the bombings. 


















Muslims killing Muslims. Just another day at the office for the religion of peace.









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Friday, March 20, 2015

No protesters for this one…



and we all know why.


At least 3 dead, 4 wounded in drive-by shooting at California grocery store


Black Lives Matter---Only if they are shot by a white guy.

The original headline gets no traction and lacks imagination.

You got to give it some "juice".

Police kill 3 black teens wound 4 at California grocery store

Now you got a story. The wheels start to churn slow at first then faster and faster greased by the MSM...protesters begin to line the streets, bricks in hand, smashing windows looting stores...Al's on the phone buying airline tickets for Stockton...Barry's scrambling around the WH looking for adoption papers...Meanwhile Stedman begins the process of filing racial discrimination charges against the Stockton PD........

But alas... it's just Negroes killing Negroes. 
Six short paragraphs.
As Shakespeare may have put it. 
This article is much ado about nothing.

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March 17, 2015: An ambulance responds to a shooting at a grocery store that killed three people and wounded four others in Stockton, Calif. Authorities said the shooting was a drive-by. (Photo courtesy Tia A. Ewing/Fox40)

At least three people were killed and four others were injured late Tuesday in a drive-by shooting outside a grocery store in Stockton, Calif.

The shooting took place at approximately 8:25 p.m. local time. Fox40 in Sacramento reported that the store, known as the Madison Market, is located in a high-crime area of the city. One resident described it as a "kick-it spot" popular among local youths and said that fights and shootings were common. 

The Stockton Record reported that one of the victims was shot outside the store and was pronounced dead at the scene. The other two victims died at local hospitals. The conditions of the wounded were not immediately released by authorities. 

Police said that two women and one man were killed in the shooting, but did not release any other identifying information. 

Fox40 reported that the shooters used more than one weapon and were still at large. Detectives from the police department's gang unit were investigating.







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Thursday, March 19, 2015

New rift opens between Obama, Netanyahu after election victory






Obama-Netanyahu relationship frostier than ever









BTW...To put things in proper perspective Barry called Rouhani, the Iranian president, the very next day after his election offering his congratulations. Bibi’s still waiting. 



The only thing you really need to know is Huckabee's comment below. 
So simple...so true.




After staying mum on Israeli issues in the run-up to the election, the White House on Wednesday broke its silence -- answering Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's victory with fresh criticism and making clear that a new rift has opened between U.S. and Israeli leaders, this time over Palestinian statehood. 

In its first public response to Netanyahu's election triumph, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said President Obama still believes in a two-state solution. This was after Netanyahu, shortly before the vote, reversed his stance and stated he would not allow the creation of a Palestinian state. 

Earnest acknowledged Wednesday that the U.S. would have to "re-evaluate" its position on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in light of those comments. But he stressed that Obama believes a two-state solution is best. And State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki clarified that the administration "absolutely" will continue to push for this. 

Further, Earnest chided Netanyahu's Likud Party on Wednesday, saying the White House was "deeply concerned" about divisive language emanating from Likud. He said the party had sought to marginalize Israel's minority Arabs, an apparent reference to social media posts the Likud distributed that warned Israelis about the danger of high turnout by Arab voters. 

"These are views the administration intends to convey directly to the Israelis," Earnest said. 

The comments suggest there is likely to be no thaw in the chilly relationship between Netanyahu's administration and the White House. Netanyahu's Likud won a major victory on Tuesday, leaving him poised to secure a third consecutive term as prime minister. 

While tensions have flared for years between the two leaders, the last several weeks have seen their relationship further fray. 

In the run-up to the election, Netanyahu took a hardline stance on the two issues on which his government and the Obama administration are most intertwined -- Iran nuclear talks and the seemingly far-off prospects for an agreement with the Palestinians. 

Netanyahu pronounced earlier this week he would not allow the creation of a Palestinian state -- something which not only Obama supports but is a key demand of the Palestinians for any peace agreement. 

Netanyahu also infuriated the White House early this month when he delivered a speech to the U.S. Congress criticizing an emerging nuclear deal with Iran. 

Secretary of State John Kerry and other international negotiators are scrambling to reach the framework for an Iran deal by the end of the month. Netanyahu, though, has warned that the details he's seen provide for Iran to eventually pursue a nuclear weapon years down the road, and has urged the U.S. to scrap the pending deal. 

With the victory of his Likud Party, Netanyahu is stronger-positioned to keep making that case on the international stage -- and needle Obama administration efforts to etch an agreement with Tehran. 

Earnest said Wednesday that Kerry has called to congratulate Netanyahu. Obama has not yet, but will in the coming days, according to Earnest. A day earlier, he insisted that Obama has "no doubt" that the strong U.S.-Israel bond will endure "far beyond this election" no matter the result. 

But David Axelrod, a former top adviser to Obama, tweeted overnight as returns were coming in: "Tightness of exits in Israel suggests Bibi's shameful 11th hour demagoguery may have swayed enough votes to save him. But at what cost?" 

Speaking on CNN on Wednesday, White House Director of Political Strategy David Simas congratulated the Israeli people -- but notably, not Netanyahu personally. 

"We want to congratulate the Israeli people for the democratic process of the election they engaged in with all of the parties that engage in that election," he said. "As you know the hard work of coalition building now begins. Sometimes that takes a couple of weeks and we're going to give space to the formation of that coalition government and we're not going to weigh in one way of the other except to say that the United States and Israel have a historic and close relationship and that will continue going forward." 

Indeed, Netanyahu's next step would be to build a coalition government. 

With nearly all the votes counted, Likud appeared to have earned 30 out of parliament's 120 seats and was in a position to build with relative ease a coalition government with its nationalist, religious and ultra-Orthodox Jewish allies. 

The election was widely seen as a referendum on Netanyahu, who has governed the country for the past six years. Recent opinion polls indicated he was in trouble, giving chief rival Isaac Herzog of the opposition Zionist Union a slight lead. Exit polls Tuesday showed the two sides deadlocked but once the actual results came pouring in early Wednesday, Likud soared forward. Zionist Union wound up with just 24 seats. 

Even before the final results were known, Netanyahu declared victory and pledged to form a new government quickly. 

"Against all odds, we achieved a great victory for the Likud," Netanyahu told supporters at his election night headquarters. "I am proud of the people of Israel, who in the moment of truth knew how to distinguish between what is important and what is peripheral, and to insist on what is important." 

Netanyahu focused his campaign primarily on security issues, while his opponents instead pledged to address the country's high cost of living and accused the leader of being out of touch with everyday people. 

While his victory may rattle the Obama administration, conservatives worried about the Iran talks saw Netanyahu's election as a strong sign. 

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who is weighing another presidential bid, said in a written statement that "it is time for the U.S. government to stand with Israel once again." He told Fox News on Wednesday that Netanyahu has a clear "mandate" and argued this is good not only for the U.S. but also other Middle Eastern countries worried about the prospect of a nuclear Iran. 

"The worst thing that can happen is to trust Iran," Huckabee said. 

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who also is flirting with another Republican presidential bid, likewise said in a statement Wednesday that, "It is my great hope that our next President will be able to stand side-by-side with Israel and Prime Minister Netanyahu" to "defeat this Radical Islamist enemy and ensure Iran never develops a nuclear weapon." 






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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

30,000 emails deleted







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Hillary's 'email-gate' now linked to whistle-blower's description of State Department boiler-room operation set up to hide documents after Benghazi

An Accountability Review Board demanded documents related to the 2012 

Benghazi terror attack but important details were kept from them

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary said a weekend boiler-room scramble 'separated' papers that might reflect badly on Hillary Clinton

He was scapegoated, he claims, and told by a State Department's ombudsman: 'It's not about you; it's about Hillary and 2016'

Allegations have new importance as Clinton admitted destroying more than 30,000 'personal' emails on a private server at her Chappaqua, NY house

By David Martosko, Us Political Editor For Dailymail.com 

Published: 09:52 EST, 16 March 2015 | Updated: 14:40 EST, 16 March 2015 

The latest twist in the alleged cover-up of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton's private emails involves a former senior diplomat who said State Department officials conspired to prevent investigators from seeing documents related to the 2012 Benghazi, Libya terror attack.

Some of those documents may have been emails that went through the now-infamous private email server Clinton kept at her Chappaqua, New York home.

If they still exist, they could shed light on Clinton's actions following the deadly Benghazi raid by militants acting with Ansar al-Shariah, an Islamist terror faction linked to al-Qaeda.

Ambassador Chris Stevens and three security personnel perished in a hail of gunfire, grenades and mortars.





WHISTLE-BLOWER: Raymond Maxwell was Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern affairs when al-Qaeda-linked militants stormed a US diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya and killed four Americans





GATEKEEPER: Clinton's then-State Department chief of staff Cheryl Mills (left) was accused of setting up a secret operation to segregate Benghazi-related materials that might make Hillary look bad





'What difference, at this point, does it make?' Clinton famously snapped in a 2013 Senate hearing when confronted with the tall tale that an anti-Islam YouTube video, not a terror plot, sparked the Benghazi death and destruction in Sept. 11, 2012

Raymond Maxwell, a former deputy assistant secretary for Near Eastern affairs, last year told The Daily Signal, a news outlet operated by the conservative Heritage Foundation, that a room in the basement of the State Department was converted to a makeshift document review center on a weekend, supervised by Clinton confidantes including some linked to then-chief of staff Cheryl Mills.

Maxwell claimed he was scapegoated for objecting to the secret boiler-room operation, which he said was organized in order to keep damning documents from the prying eyes of an internal Accountability Review Board.

On a weekend in a basement room, Maxwell recalled to Daily Signal journalist Sharyl Attkisson, employees were instructed to sift through boxes of documents and separate out anything that might make Clinton or her close associates look bad in the wake of the terrorist murders of four Americans including the ambassador to Libya. 

'I was not invited to that after-hours endeavor, but I heard about it and decided to check it out on a Sunday afternoon,' Maxwell said.

Inside, says Maxwell, employees – including an employee who reported to him – were busily covering up information that suggested higher-ups were responsible for the lax security at the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya.




ICONIC OR IRONIC? The image of Clinton working her Blackberry while on a plane en route to Tripoli, Libya took on new significance with her admission that she never used a 'state.gov' email account, one that would have automatically archived all her correspondence





Maxwell claimed State Department higher-ups close to then-Secretary Hillary Clinton worked over a weekend to scrub boxes of documents , before giving the remainder to investigators



A senior adviserto Clinton's office explained the operation to him. 

'She told me, "Ray, we are to go through these stacks and pull out anything that might put anybody in the [Near Eastern Affairs] front office or the seventh floor in a bad light",' Maxwell remembered. 

The seventh floor of the State Department is the showplace level that houses Clinton's office and those of her closest aides.


'I asked her, "But isn't that unethical?" Maxwell said. 'She responded, "Ray, those are our orders",' 

Minutes later, he said, Mills came into the room and demanded to know, 'Who are you?' 


Hillary Clinton says she should have used gov email account. 



ULTIMATE INSIDER: Cheryl Mills has been part of the Clinton inner circle since the 1990s, defending Bill Clinton against impeachment proceedings and even the 'bimbo eruptions' that once threatened to derail the famous womanizer's presidential ambitions



A month after the deadly military-style assault, the Accountability Review Board's leaders demanded to see documents that could help explain what happened.

Top officials in the of the State Department's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs were instructed to gather anything and everything that could help.

Those were the documents, Maxwell told The Daily Signal, that were boxed up and put in the basement room where Clinton insiders would later screen out the most damaging information before giving the ARB the rest.

The current controversy over Clinton's emails – she exclusively used a private address instead of one hosted at 'state.gov' – now suggests that emails to and from Clinton may have been among them.

Clinton conceded last week that she deleted more than 30,000 of those emails, calling them 'personal' and not 'work-related.'

Her attorney claimed Sunday that every deleted email was reviewed by someone. South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, who chairs a special congressional committee tasked with investigating the Benghazi attacks, insists that Clinton and her inner circle can't be trusted to vet the material on their own.

National Review linked the Maxwell episode with Clinton's 'email-gate' on Monday, noting that Mills – along with Clinton deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin – had email addresses on Clinton's private server. 



DEVIL HORNS: Hillary Clinton's reputation has taken a hit over her handling of emails during her tenure as America's top diplomat – leading to more chuckles than outrage at the inadvertent Beelzebub treatment on a TIME magazine cover





Trey Gowdy, a South Caroline Republican congressman at the helm of a special Benghazi investigative committee, is outraged that Clinton and her insiders took it upon themselves to decide which emails were turned over to the State Department for archiving



Maxwell called the review board investigation 'at best a shoddily executed attempt at damage control, both in Foggy Bottom and on Capitol Hill.'

State Department spokesman Alec Gerlach has called his accusations 'totally without merit.'

Foggy Bottom is the Washington, D.C. neighborhood that hosts the State Department's sprawling headquarters.

Ultimately, State's review board cleared Clinton of any wrongdoing, perhaps aided by the absence of incriminating emails – even though it never interviewed her.

The September 11 attack more than two years ago followed a separate bombing of the facility's outer wall four months earlier that left a giant hole. 

Days later, Ansar al-Shariah held two days of open-air rallies and parades including 30 fighting battalions in the city's main square.

Speakers at the event warned of 'assassinations' that would come. 

Clinton – the Democratic Party's front-runner in the 2016 presidential sweepstakes – and others at State have been criticized for denying repeated requests from Ambassador Chris Stevens for more security officers, including some that came after these events. .



Ansar al-Shariah, the terrorist group that laid waste to the US diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, held two days of threatening parades and rallies a few months earlier and called for 'assassinations' -- leading to questions about why security at the compound was lacking




Militants attack US consulate in Benghazi (Archive) 




Maxwell was one of four officials officially saddled with the blame. He was later cleared of wrongdoing.

He was, however, placed on indefinite leave, with pay, while the State Department investigated.

Struggling to clear his name, Maxwell met with an agency ombudsman who he says told him, 'You are taking this all too personally, Raymond. ... It's not about you; it's about Hillary and 2016.' 

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, whose organization has dented the Obama administration's Benghazi armor with a series of Freedom Of Information Act lawsuits, told MailOnline that 'Maxwell's disclosures are no surprise to those of us who know the Clintons' penchant for illicit secrecy.'

'The Benghazi cover-up was and is about protecting two presidential campaigns – Obama's 2012 reelection campaign and Hillary's nascent 2016 campaign,' Fitton said.

'Our Ambassador and three other American personnel die in a terrorist attack and the number one concern at State is protecting Hillary Clinton! First we have the supposedly missing IRS emails and now we may have missing Benghazi documents?' 







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Monday, March 16, 2015

Slime Inc.





On a tip from Ed Kilbane







I believe this chapter was left out of the book. 







MARCH 15, 2015

Hillary's War on the Women Who Boinked Bill
John Hawkins


3/14/2015 12:01:00 AM - John Hawkins 



Most Americans haven't forgotten the bald-faced lies the Clintons told about Bill's affairs and molestations along with the sheer savagery of the attacks their surrogates launched against these women. 


For example, we all remember Bill Clinton perjuring himself by saying, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky." Of course, Bill was lying which helped lead to the House voting to impeach him. The Senate attempted to follow suit and although 50 Senators voted for impeachment, they didn't reach the 67 vote threshold needed to send Clinton home in disgrace. 


What you may not remember as well was the brutality of public relations war the Clintons waged against these women. Just to point out one particularly nasty quip out of many, Clintonista James Carville rather famously said of Paula Jones that if you, "drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you'll find." Of course in the end, Paula Jones ended up getting an $850,000 out-of-court settlement from the Clintons while Bill had to pay $90,000 for lying in court and was stripped of his law license for five years as part of a deal to avoid disbarment. 


However, there was much more to the story. While agents of Bill and Hillary were publicly trying to destroy the women Bill slept with and molested, the IRS was going after them as well. Before Obama's IRS harassed the Tea Party, Clinton's IRS audited Gennifer Flowers, Liz Ward Gracen, Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick. 


Even worse, several of the Clinton women faced extremely creepy harassment


Both Gennifer Flowers and Juanita Broadrick say their homes were burglarized. 


Quoting Ann Coulter's book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton, former Clinton mistress Sally Purdue received "a series of threatening visits, phone calls and letters." Purdue claimed that a man visited her who said, "If I was a good little girl, and didn't kill the messenger, I'd be set for life: a federal job…I'd never have to worry again. But if I didn't take the offer, then they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn't guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs." 


In an interview with me back in 2007, Kathleen Willey made some even more disturbing allegations


I've read a transcript of your examination on the stand and it seemed pretty obvious to me that you were being very evasive. You seemed to be trying to do everything humanly possible to give the impression that nothing had happened between you and Bill Clinton without actually perjuring yourself. Is that the case? 


I did not want to tell that story. My intention was for that story to go to my grave with me. Eventually, I just knew I had to tell the story and I did. 


Like I said, in the transcript, you did everything you could to avoid talking about it and got to the point where you had to perjure yourself or tell the story, right? 


That's absolutely correct…and I had been threatened a few days before that and all kinds of things had been happening to me. 


Like what? Tell me about that. 


Strange phone calls. You know, "We're getting ready to turn the power off, do you have small children or elderly people there?" The power company doesn't do that and the power never went off. 


Then, one day, I live out in the country, in a very rural part of Virginia and…I walked out of my house one day and I had three flat tires. I wondered how that had happened and came to find out that someone had come down with a nail gun and shot the tires out in the sidewalls. I mean, you don't run over nails and get them in the sidewalls. 


And I had a beloved pet of 13 years that disappeared… 


That was your cat, right? 


That was my cat. I put the word out…and put up pictures saying she was missing and one morning, I was out walking at first light with my dogs, a couple of days before the deposition, and this stranger approached me and asked if I had ever found the cat. He was very knowledgeable about my cat, and talked about what a nice cat he was — talking about him in the past tense. Then he asked me if I had gotten my tires repaired — "Did you ever get those tires fixed" — which was when I knew something was going on. Then, the worst part was when he threatened my children by name….He said, "You're just not getting the message, are you?" The message was clear, it was to lie at that deposition in two days and not tell the story of what Bill Clinton did to me. 


…I understand. Now, you've talked about some of the harassment you've suffered. Can you tell me about that and also about your manuscript being stolen recently? 


Well, over Labor Day week-end, someone broke into my home, in the middle of the night, while I was upstairs asleep…They wanted it to look like a botched burglary…I think they came in through the screen…they took my purse, which I later found out in the woods. They didn't take the credit cards, but they took the money that was in my wallet. They broke the antenna off of my car, they tampered with my satellite system, my wireless internet system, and took the manuscript and this is within days of two stories in a national magazine and newspaper (saying) I was almost finished with my book and that it was going to be published in November. I think the person that came in here, came in here with a mission. That mission was to terrify me and get their hands on my manuscript. 


Near the end of the book, you had a fascinating little paragraph on some of the harassment that other authors of Clinton books have suffered. Can you tell us a little bit about that? 


Well, we've got just any number of people who have criticized or questioned the Clintons and have been subjected to this kind of behavior — former state troopers in Arkansas, of course, other women like me. Our stories are so similar it's eerie. I mean, we all tell the same stories. 


Now the argument that's usually made by Clinton defenders is that all these women that Bill has slept with, sexually harassed or perhaps even raped are crazy, lying sluts with no credibility. Of course, if it's true that Bill only goes for deranged liars who can't be trusted, what does that say about Hillary? 


Additionally, despite the habitual lies and disrespect for the rule of law shown by the Clintons, if we just had these consistent allegations by multiple women who crossed Bill and Hillary to go on, many people might be willing to hesitantly chalk this story up as another one of those crazy Clinton conspiracies (The Clinton body count, they killed Vince Foster and made it look like a suicide to keep him quiet, etc, etc.). After all, MAYBE, just MAYBE these were fans of the Clintons harassing these women while Bill and Hillary had nothing to do with it. 


However, there's one more piece of evidence that strongly suggests that we should believe these women. That's the Clinton's employment of Anthony Pellicano


Pellicano did work directly with one president: during Bill Clinton's first presidential campaign Pellicano was hired, reportedly by Hillary Clinton, to discredit Gennifer Flowers, the woman who alleged that she had maintained a 12-year affair with the candidate. Six years later, with Clinton into his second term, the White House, according to the New York Post, hired Pellicano, considered a respected forensic audio specialist, to look into Monica Lewinsky's background.' 


Pellicano is like a character you'd have expected to see on Breaking Bad and he was caught intimidating a target in a manner consistent with the way Bill Clinton's victims were bullied. 


Pellicano has been imprisoned in a federal detention facility in Big Springs, Tex., since his May 2008 conviction on a variety of racketeering counts, which included charges of computer fraud, identity theft and operating a criminal enterprise aimed at wiretapping its rich and famous victims. 


...His battles with the law began in 2002 when (Anita) Busch…discovered her car had been vandalized and her life threatened. 


She went to the authorities after she found a dead fish on her battered windshield along with a rose and a note saying, "Stop" in a scenario that rivaled a plot from a Hollywood noir movie. 


During their investigation, the authorities found a trove of audio files at Pelicano's Sunset Boulevard office of unauthorized wiretaps of such stars as Sylvester Stallone, and of running the names of others, such as Garry Shandling and Kevin Nealon, through a law-enforcement database. 


Why do so many people believe that Bill Cosby is a rapist when he hasn't been convicted? Because woman after woman keeps coming forward with the same sort of story. Well guess what? Woman after woman has come forth with the same sort of story about being harassed by agents of Bill and Hillary Clinton. We also know Bill and Hillary hired AT LEAST one person who has been caught engaging in the sort of harassment these women faced and turned him loose on them. In addition, one thing everyone should know about Hillary after her latest email scandal, if they didn't already know it before, is that's she's perfectly willing to engage in criminal behavior that looks sleazy because she believes she can get away with anything. The way these women Bill slept with, molested and perhaps even raped have been treated by the Clintons while they've paid very little price for it suggests she may be right. 


I don't know about anyone else, but I believe that these women were threatened, burglarized and harassed by agents of Bill and Hillary. That makes the two of them extremely dangerous people, it tells you how phony Hillary's whole "doing it for the sisters" gaga is and the thought of having a depraved woman like her in charge of the IRS, FBI, DOJ and other instruments of government that she can use to attack her enemies should scare people to death. 








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