Friday afternoon, the FBI released a 29-page document containing Justice Department emails regarding the infamous meeting on the tarmac in Phoenix between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton just days before FBI Director James Comey gave his much-criticized announcement that he would not press for charges against Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over her "extreme carelessness" in handling classified material.The emails, spanning from July 1-3, 2016, contain correspondence among various DOJ officials to the leaking of the impromptu 30-minute meeting between Lynch and Clinton that the AG insists was merely a personal chat about their grandchildren and recent travels, but what many continue to suspect had something to do with the ongoing investigation of then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Comey's press conference in which he announced that he would not request Lynch to pursue charges was on July 5.The emails appear to contain no bombshells, but do show that members of the department were outraged over the "secret" meeting getting leaked to the press and considering ramping up measures to prevent future leaks. Some of the correspondence, including about how to handle the fallout from the leaked meeting, are redacted.The emails include correspondence from FBI agent Peter Strzok, whom special counsel Robert Mueller removed from his investigation this summer due to Strzok's overt anti-Donald Trump bias. Strzok was a central figure in not only the Clinton investigation, but also in the investigation into the unverified, salacious Russian dossier and Trump's associates. Strzok also reportedly played key role in softening Comey's statement on Hillary Clinton. Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe are also among the officials featured in the emails.The Washington Free Beacon's Katie Pavloch provides a summary of the emails' content:A series of emails show one FBI official, whose name and email are redacted, fuming over leaks to the media about the meeting and what happened on the tarmac. The official received an email from a "layman" alleging a local Phoenix police officer who may have talked to a reporter "sounds like a security threat." Officials went back and forth about finding out if the officer was SWAT or simply worked the motorcade and that "at a minimum" he should never work another detail again. One asked if local law enforcement assisting the FBI on motorcades should sign non-disclosure agreements in the future. Another official called an Observer article about the meeting, with details about how President Clinton got to Lynch's private plane, "infuriating."https://www.dailywire.com/news/24753/fbi-release-emails-secret-loretta-lynch-bill-james-barrett?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_content=062316-news&utm_campaign=dwbrand
Lisa Bloom, Feminist Lawyer-One woman got her mortgage paid off. One got $300,000. Another was offered $750,000. Really?http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/365068-exclusive-prominent-lawyer-sought-donor-cash-for-two-trump-accusers
inspection of the authorization shows that it allowed departing Secretary of State Clinton and Abedin to take records required to be publicly available by the U.S. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) or National Archives regulations.Some of the records could concern Clinton Foundation donors who benefited from their relationship with Clinton, including alleged pay-to-play schemes that put money in the charity’s bank accounts in return for official actions or favors.Clinton and Abedin removed boxes containing personal schedules that would show with whom Clinton met as the nation's chief diplomat, the log of all calls she made, the list of calls she wanted to make, and also information about gifts she received while in office.Also included in the removed records was something called "Muslim engagement documents."Strangely, Clarence N. Finney Jr., the State Department official who gave the OK for the records to be removed, included a note on the official form saying that, while Clinton's schedule and call lists were public documents, they would not be released in response to FOIA requests."The secretary's call log, grid and schedules are not classified; however, they would not be released to the general public under FOIA. They are being released to the secretary with this understanding," the note reads."We already know the Obama State Department let Hillary Clinton steal and then delete her government emails, which included classified information," Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement."But these new records show that was only part of the scandal. These new documents show the Obama State Department had a deal with Hillary Clinton to hide her call logs and schedules, which would be contrary to FOIA and other laws."The documents released by Judicial Watch were provided by the State Department in response to the nonprofit's FOIA request.On the form, called the Authorization for the Removal of Personal Papers and Non-Record Materials, it's noted that Clinton's schedule can be removed, because her "official schedule" is being maintained with the agency."Electronic copy of a log of calls the secretary made since 2004, it is a non-record, since her official calls are logged elsewhere (official schedule and official call log)," it says on the form listed in one category of documents Clinton is taking.Related: Six Clinton Scandals Exposed by WikiLeaksThe distinction between the list Clinton removed and the "official call log" hints at a kind of double-bookkeeping, where a sanitized version of a document is maintained as an available record while the uncensored version that might include potentially embarrassing information is hidden away, out of the public's reach.President Barack Obama appointed Clinton to the State Department in 2009. Former Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) replaced her in 2013 after she resigned to seek the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination a second time.While Hillary Clinton led the State Department, her husband, former President Bill Clinton, was raising millions of dollars for the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative in a controversial arrangement examined in the investigative journalist Peter Schweizer's book "Clinton Cash."The House Intelligence Committee is also investigating the Uranium One deal, whereby a member of the board of the Clinton Foundation, Frank Giustra, sold his mining company, Uranium One, to a company affiliated with the Russian government for $1.3 billion.The sale, which was approved by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other government leaders, was concluded in January of 2013. Clinton left office in February. The transaction gave the Russian government control of 25 percent of America's uranium resources, which are required for making nuclear weapons.
Black Lives Matter claims Liberalism is White Supremacy-http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/10/05/liberalism-is-white-supremacy-black-lives-matter-actually-shuts-down-aclu-free-speech-eventWhat did the sign-toting protesters chant?“Liberalism is white supremacy!”“ACLU, you protect Hitler, too!”“No justice, no peace — Nazis don’t deserve free speech!”“Your free speech hides beneath white sheets!”“Blood on your hands!”“Shame!”“The revolution will not uphold the Constitution!”http://reason.com/blog/2017/10/04/black-lives-matter-students-shut-down-thhttps://www.dailywire.com/news/21985/black-lives-matter-shuts-down-campus-aclu-event-emily-zanottihttps://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/10/04/blm-shuts-aclu-free-speech-rally-liberalism-white-supremacy/https://www.trunews.com/article/blm-liberalism-is-white-supremacyhttps://www.libertarianinstitute.org/articles/blm-shuts-aclus-free-speech-event-liberalism-white-supremacy/
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/tony-blair/12086505/Tony-Blairs-phone-conversations-with-Colonel-Gaddafi-revealed.html016Transcripts of two telephone conversations between the two leaders which took place on February 25, 2011, are made publicColonel Muammar Gaddafi issued a 'prophetic' warning to Tony Blair that jihadists would attack Europe if his regime was allowed to collapse, phone conversations reveal.Gaddafi's dire prediction was made in two desperate telephone calls with Mr Blair on February 25, 2011 - as civil war was engulfing Libya.In the first call at 11.15am, Gaddafi said: "They [jihadists] want to control the Mediterranean and then they will attack Europe."(Excerpt from Col Gaddafi's 2011 phone conversations with Tony Blair)In the call, lasting half an hour, Gaddafi insisted he was trying to defend Libya from al-Qaeda fighters. The presence of al-Qaedas would later be superceded by the rise of the so-called Islamic State