Hillary Clinton has blamed everyone except her mother for losing last year’s president election. To hear Hillary tell it, white people cost her the election. Shameful.
Go away, Crooked, go away.
UPDATE: ACLJ Documents included at bottom of post.
Everyone knew that the Obama administration and for AG Loretta Lynch’s talking points about the infamous not-so-coincidental meetup with Bill Clinton on the tarmac last year was a lie and thanks to the ACLJ, we now have proof.
The ACLJ has obtained a cache of documents about the notorious tarmac meeting. (Expect Crooked Hillary to cry “sexism” and Lynch to invoke the race card and cry “sexism” but the facts remain.
VICTORY: We obtained crucial docs in our investigation of former AG Lynch’s secret meeting with former Pres Clinton. https://t.co/4ZylYX6eud
— ACLJ (@ACLJ) August 5, 2017
ACLJ by Jay Sekulow
First, the Comey FBI lied to us. Last July, we sent FOIA requests to both the Comey FBI and the Lynch DOJ asking for any documents related to the Clinton Lynch plane meeting. The FBI, under the then directorship of James Comey, replied that “No records responsive to your request were located.”
The documents we received today from the Department of Justice include several emails from the FBI to DOJ officials concerning the meeting. One with the subject line “FLAG” was correspondence between FBI officials (Richard Quinn, FBI Media/Investigative Publicity, and Michael Kortan) and DOJ officials concerning “flag[ing] a story . . . about a casual, unscheduled meeting between former president Bill Clinton and the AG.” The DOJ official instructs the FBI to “let me know if you get any questions about this” and provides “[o]ur talkers [DOJ talking points] on this”. The talking points, however are redacted.
Another email to the FBI contains the subject line “security details coordinate between Loretta Lynch/Bill Clinton?”
On July 1, 2016 – just days before our FOIA request – a DOJ email chain under the subject line, “FBI just called,” indicates that the “FBI . . . is looking for guidance” in responding to media inquiries about news reports that the FBI had prevented the press from taking pictures of the Clinton Lynch meeting. The discussion then went off email to several phone calls (of which we are not able to obtain records). An hour later, Carolyn Pokomy of the Office of the Attorney General stated, “I will let Rybicki know.” Jim Rybicki was the Chief of Staff and Senior Counselor to FBI Director Jim Comey. The information that was to be provided to Rybicki is redacted[…]
Seth Rich was murder one year ago yet the Communist media complex has no interest. What they hiding?
Earlier this week the Metropolitan Police Department was scheduled to meet with Capitol Hill investigators, the purpose of which was to discuss the death of Seth Rick last summer. It never happened.
According to homicide detective, Rod Wheeler, the Metropolitan Police Department within hours of the meeting cancelled. Why and what does it have to do with the Awan family?
WND by Alicia Powe
Wheeler, who previously worked as the Rich family’s private investigator, told WND he had arranged the meeting between House investigators looking into the alleged Russian interference in the election and members of the MPD probing the unsolved murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
Why would they cancel?’
Incidentally, during one of Wheeler’s own discussions with House investigators probing the Russia case, he claims, they asked him: What do you know about the Awan brothers?
As WND reported, Imran Awan was arrested by federal agents Tuesday at Dulles Airport in Virginia as he attempted to flee to Pakistan. Awan, who has been charged with bank fraud, headed a group of at least five IT contractors working for dozens of House Democrats, including former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla. He is suspected of much more, including the possible theft of sensitive information from the office computers of numerous Democratic Party lawmakers and sending that data to a secret server. Awan has somehow acquired the services of one of the top power attorneys in Washington, Chris Gowen, who is deeply connected to Bill and Hillary Clinton[…]
The Awan family, the DNC computers/breach and the death of Seth Rich? According to Wheeler, Imran Awan’s name has come up more than once during his investigation into Rich’s death.
Follow the arrest of Awan closely. Connect the dots to “other” cases. (hint, hint) Just the beginning. Stay tuned.
— rod wheeler (@rodwheeler) July 26, 2017
The plot thickens.
Cross-posted on Wow! Magazine.
Jay Sekulow, attorney for President Donald Trump and Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) this morning on Fox News Sunday defended Donald Trump, Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer allowed in the United States last summer courtesy of former AG Loretta Lynch.
During the fiery discussion Sekulow stated that no laws were broken. Chris Wallace, bias on display countered, exposing himself as quite the spin master.
Cross-posted on Wow! Magazine.
Intellectual Takeout by Annie Holmquist
During a recent speech given at Intellectual Takeout’s Spring Gala, author Charles Murray recalled a conversation he had with his daughter just over 10 years ago, when she was a student at Middlebury College. At that time, Murray asked his daughter if she had been able to determine the political leanings of her professors. His daughter answered in the negative, a fact which surprised Murray, particularly since his daughter was quite astute when it came to picking up political cues.
As almost anyone would recognize, things have changed, and politics are becoming a regular feature of the classroom.
That last fact was addressed over the weekend by Finnegan Schick, a senior majoring in English at Yale University, in an article for Heterodox Academy. According to Schick, the level of partisan politics in the classroom has become all-consuming since the election of Trump – even to the point that normal class topics are being forgotten in the process:
“Universities — once characterized by a detachment from overt partisanship — have become hotbeds of anti-Trump ‘resistance.’ In one sense, then, Trump’s America really is ‘victimizing’ students and faculty, insofar as academics has taken a backseat to politics. The real victim of Trump’s presidency may turn out to be a generation of adults whose liberal arts educations were hijacked by political debate.”
Schick goes on to assure readers that his beef with this new trend does not stem from his own political leanings. He, in fact, is a progressive who supported Hillary Clinton in the last election. Yet in spite of this support, Schick recognizes that it’s not helping him grow in knowledge as an English major if every class is fixated on a dislike of Trump:
“Literature is ideally a way of broadening our social imaginations. If authors are only worth reading insofar as they inform modern phenomena, then the entire English canon is of mere antiquarian interest and can be summarily dismissed.
Classrooms need not be purged of politics altogether. That’s neither possible nor desirable. But professors must recognize the line between timeless political insights and rank partisanship. Politics in the classroom can also be a distraction from the syllabi and the space built into the curriculum for contextualizing historic sources with contemporary situations.”
It’s easy to look at this situation and conclude that it’s been caused by the new political era which Trump ushered in. But is there something deeper at work?
In his 1987 book, The Closing of the American Mind, the late University of Chicago professor Allan Bloom noted that college students were not receiving training in the core principles and ideas which have prevailed throughout history. Instead, he explained, they were being indoctrinated into a curriculum which focuses on popular societal trends and provides relatively little substance and depth of thought.
Is it possible that the highly-politicized university is the outgrowth of such a scenario? Have recent generations been trained to focus so much on relevancy that they can no longer think beyond current trends of race, class, gender, and other politicized issues? And as a result, have we created the political classroom beast which even progressive students are beginning to find tiresome and narrow-minded?
This post Hillary Supporter: Fixation on Trump is Ruining College Education was originally published on Intellectual Takeout by Annie Holmquist.
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