Tuesday, October 11, 2016

If pants did catch on fire, Obama would have third-degree burns on his ass

In March 2015, The New York Times reported that Obama said he didn’t know Clinton was using a private email address. That turned out to be false, as the second FBI report on their investigation into Clinton’s private server revealed that the president used a pseudonym in email communications with her. “How is this not classified?” Clinton aide Huma Abedin asked the FBI during their interview. Obama’s use of a pseudonym suggests he not only was aware of Clinton’s private server, but he knew it wasn’t secured to communicate with Clinton, as there were no security officers to mark the correspondence as classified.

Obama’s administration has intervened to delay several FOIA requests until after Election Day to shield Clinton from further scrutiny.

In October 2015, the White House stopped the release of emails between Clinton and Obama, citing the need to keep presidential communications confidential.
And on, and on.

Standard: "People shouldn't be allowed to own guns!  Except for my security guards, of course; that's different, I'm not carrying a gun, I'm paying other people to do it for me."

Remember Gruber, the 'Americans are too stupid' MIT professor who put Obamacare together?  He says Hillary has a GREAT! plan.  Guess what that means?

This election summed up:

So many leaked emails, so little time...

Oh, and Facebook?  I'm supposedly 'infected', but you're doing this?  Screw you.

He made the mistake of thinking the snowflakes actually care about free speech.
The world-historical irony of the situation is not lost on Goldberg.
“In their quest to try and stop me from altering the school’s policies, they broke almost every single one of them,” the sophomore told the Fix. “Students not only abused me online, but also in public, in class, and over email.”
“I want to engage in debate,” he added. “I assumed that a group of 18 to 24 year olds would understand the First Amendment, but I was wrong.”
“It’s incredibly ironic to me that they violated almost all of the speech codes in trying to prevent me from eliminating the speech codes.”

Apparently shaming other women is fine if they don't have the preferred political beliefs, or are a threat to a favored politician.

More on that nonexistent vote fraud we're not supposed to worry about.

Noisy training with interesting stuff

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