Saturday, June 18, 2016

Clinton Email Scandal: Imminent Document Leak Enough To Indict Her

IBD ^ | June 17, 2016 | KERRY JACKSON 

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is not generally thought of as a friend of Republicans. But what he says is coming soon from his whistleblowing group could endear him to the GOP. Assange claims his "upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton" are enough to indict her, according to a recent interview with British ITV News.

"We've accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton. We could proceed to an indictment," he said. These emails are "pending publication."

But no matter how damaging the emails are, Assange believes the FBI will give Clinton a pass. Rather than bring criminal charges, it will "push for concessions from the new Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment."

If that happens, then the FBI will have committed a criminal offense. Letting a politician escape indictment simply because he or she has power and status is an outrage that every American should strongly condemn.(emph. mine) But, as Assange points out, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, an Obama appointee, isn't likely to indict someone who once worked for her boss, and is a fellow Democrat.

There is also the fact, admitted to by Clinton's campaign, that Clinton fixer attorney David Kendall has stayed in contact with the Justice Department throughout its investigation.
Let's not be naïve and think this is merely a lawyer cooperating with an investigation on behalf of his client. This is more likely the case of an influential attorney representing a powerful person applying a heavy load of pressure on an already friendly attorney general, who is running a department filled with workers who already voted for Clinton with their political campaign contributions.
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Sharyl Attkisson: Media Distorting Facts to Serve World Elites at Levels Never Seen Before

Breitbart ^ | 17 Jun 2016 | Dan Riehl 

Sharyl Attkisson talked to Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Matt Boyle Friday about her new show, Full Measure with Sheryl Attkisson, as well as current events and an extremely disturbing trend. Elites have become adept at controlling media narratives, going so far as to ostracize reporters who “veer” from a particular narrative: “It’s certainly happening here in the United States,” said Attkisson.
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Department Of Defense Diversity [DoD Re-education Camps]

American Conservative ^ | June 17, 2016 | Rod Dreher 

A reader who works for the Department of Defense, reacting to my post from earlier today about the State Department’s instructing Fulbright scholars in gender ideology, says this memo was sent around this morning to thousands of employees of that particular agency:
This [meeting] will focus on the importance of being able to move from tolerance and acceptance to embracing diversity. We have all observed and been on the receiving end of each of these different levels of human interaction. We can state with absolute certainty the distinction between being tolerated and being embraced, for instance. There are confidence impacts. There are social impacts. There are mission impacts. The panel for this Coffee and Conversations will talk about the importance of embracing each other, regardless of our differences. [emphasis mine] They will also share experiences and insights into where they have seen this done well and where they have seen it done wrong.
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