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We can think of more colorful words to describe the beast running against Bernie Sanders. A liar first rate, a thief to boot, but what is most disgusting is the support she has received from older women and people of color. The only think Hillary Clinton has accomplished is pushing her career through deceit, lies and trickery. Her agenda is Hillary only. How has she helped Black people; and women, she lives with a predator.

Blaming others for her mistakes and judgments. One of her main weapons is to always call for an investigation; she wants the truth to come out. But this is the tactic that confuses. Why didn’t she tell the truth in the first place? Why did she do what she did? In the case of the email server she was caught with her pants down. Why didn’t she release all of the emails in the first place? Because she knew that the law was broken, now the investigation matures toward the election with no end in sight.  No problem here; Obama gave her a pass last week, saying that she is guilty of being careless, that is all. No laws broken here.

If the FBI recommends prosecution and Loretta Lynch fails to act, there will be hell to pay. If anyone in this country doesn’t believe that White people can’t “smash and grab” wait and see. Click here for the Ten Senators that voted to confirm her. These RINOs must go. 

And no narrative is complete without mentioning Benghazi.

Who’s lying about Benghazi? ‘Not me!’ says Hillary Clinton as she insists she never told victims’ families the terror attack began as protest over an anti-Islam video

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3380562/Hillary-Clinton-insists-never-told-victims-families-terror-attack-began-protest-anti-Islam-video.html#ixzz46evEWTXB

If the Salem Witch trials were held today, those prosecuting the so-called witches would have no problem defining Hillary as one. And you know what happened to twenty of them.

The central figure in this 1876 illustration of the courtroom is usually identified as Mary Walcott.



The Senate voted 56-43 this afternoon to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General. Ten Republicans voted for confirmation: Kelly Ayotte, Ron Johnson, Mark Kirk, Rob Portman, Thad Cochran, Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Orrin Hatch and Mitch McConnell.

No doubt other Republicans put out statements explaining their opposition to Lynch, but I got these from Jeff Sessions and Marco Rubio, and thought they were both worth passing on. Senator Sessions’ statement:

Under our Constitution, Congress was given certain powers as a coequal branch of government not only to protect the Congress as an institution, but to restrain the other branches from overreaching. One of those powers is the Senate’s power to confirm or not confirm nominees to high office.

This check on executive powers can be used as Congress sees fit but should not be abused, just as the President should not use his nominees to advance an improper or unlawful agenda.

President Obama said on Friday he’ll meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch next week to discuss how to use White House powers to reduce gun violence, lamenting that Congress has “done nothing” and declaring he has “unfinished business.”

“I get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing,” said Obama, who will meet with Lynch on Monday, after he returns from his Hawaii family vacation.

Click here to listen to the putrid diatribe coming from Obama’s mouth. Truth is that Obama and his brothers in Chicago and elsewhere kill 10,000 Blacks a year and not a peep out of the criminal element the Black community has birthed, but one white is killed by a deranged liberal freak (Sandy Hook) and our guns are at risk of being confiscated by the government.