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Perverted Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton and all those candy stripers…

By Monica Showalter
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Just as Hillary Clinton sends the strongest signals yet of making another run for the White House, maybe it’s time to ask some harder questions about her hubby Bill’s rather intense friendship with the late Jeffrey Epstein.

The latest news report was a few days ago in his many trips to Epstein’s “cowboy village” and its “baby-making ranch” in New Mexico, a place with underground stripper poles and eight-person “group” showers.

But it’s certainly not the first.

Jim Hoft at GatewayPundit dug up an earlier one that came and went in the press last July, the news of Bill Clinton riding with all those underage girls dressed as candy stripers on Epstein’s private airplane known as the “Lolita Express.”

He found that investigative reporter Conchita Sarnoff discussed the matter with Shannon Bream, while another detective confirmed the matter with Jesse Watters.

Hoft writes:

Sarnoff said that ALMOST EVERY TIME that Clinton was on the plane via the pilot logs there were underage girls on the plane.

Conchita said Clinton refused her request for an interview.

Conchita Sarnoff: I know from the pilot logs. And these were pilot logs that were written by different pilots at different times, that Clinton went, he was a guest of Epstein 27 times… Many times Clinton had his Secret Service with him and many he did not. Almost every time Clinton’s name is on the pilot log, there are underage girls.

Conchita Sarnoff also said BILL CLINTON IS LYING about his limited contact with Jeffrey Epstein.

Which once again, brings up that these issues are going unsolved to anyone’s satisfaction, even as worse and worse keeps rolling out.

Hillary Clinton apparently thinks she can ride this out just as shamelessly as she’s ridden out every other scandal without consequences. But perverts are pretty powerful in taking the powerful down. A look at what’s happened to the Catholic Church, or Prince Andrew pretty well suggest that even an anything-goes society such as ours has maybe just this limit. Epstein, who died in mysterious circumstances in jail, almost as if someone wanted him dead so as to ensure he could make no plea deal by giving away the rich and powerful, was just that kind of guy, and worse still, he specialized in blackmail.

A guy as toxic as this, and a Bubba with as uncontrolled of appetite as Bill Clinton, surely would be trouble together if the pair were ever to meet. Bill Clinton couldn’t even control himself around Monica Lewinsky, how would he stand up against an airplane full of underaged candy stripers? It just goes to show the sheer problematic scale of events that deserve to have some questions asked and answered as Hillary prepares to run for president.

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Adam Schiff Abused His Power

Blue State Blues: Adam Schiff Abused His Power to Dig up Dirt on Opponents

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 13: Majority counsel for the House Intelligence Committee Daniel Goldman (lower left) and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (lower right) (D-CA) confer as top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine, William B. Taylor Jr., and Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs George P. Kent …
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House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) has done almost exactly what he and fellow Democrats accuse President Donald Trump (falsely) of doing: he abused his power to ask an outside entity to investigate political opponents.

Schiff subpoenaed phone records from AT&T that he then used to claim his Republican counterpart, Ranking Member Rep. Devin Nunes (D-CA), was part of a plot to smear a U.S. ambassador.

What Schiff did is arguably worse than what he claims Trump did in his telephone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. AT&T is an American company, not a foreign government.

But Schiff didn’t simply ask AT&T for dirt on his opponents. He forced it to hand over the records. And he did so without giving Nunes any warning, or any opportunity to respond to the claims he would later sneak into his 300-page impeachment report.

Schiff’s strategy was not to go for Nunes’s phone number directly, but to subpoena the records of numbers of people who might have called him. So when he showed Nunes his unilateral subpoena — which he is required to do — Nunes had no idea what Schiff was doing. Nor did Schiff explain it to the public: the footnotes in his report simply refer to “AT&T Document Production” with no further explanation.

Schiff’s phone records also targeted Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and investigative journalist John Solomon. He risked violating attorney-client privilege, as well as the freedom of the press. And those are just the records that have been identified: other Americans, including journalists, are likely to have been swept up in the search.

Schiff also apparently mis-identified one of the phone numbers as coming from the Office of Management and Budget, basing key accusations on that sloppy mistake.

Kimberly Strassel at the Wall Street Journal notes: “Mr. Schiff claims the ignominious distinction of being the first congressman to use his official powers to spy on a fellow member and publish the details.” She adds, quoting former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, that Schiff’s subpoena may have broken the law. Phone carriers cannot divulge call records without an individual’s consent, except for a legitimate law enforcement purpose: this was not.

Schiff ordered the phone records on Sep. 30, but the House impeachment inquiry was not properly authorized until Oct. 31, so he cannot claim the subpoena was justified. Strassel adds, citing constitutional law expert David Rivkin, that anyone swept up in Schiff’s phone snooping might have the right to sue.

Shockingly, she adds, “The media is treating this [the phone records] as a victory, when it is a disgraceful breach of ethical and legal propriety.”

Instead of protesting Schiff’s abuse of the First and Sixth Amendments, journalists — many of whom are desperate to take Trump down — are pushing Schiff’s conspiracy theory.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo devoted a segment of his Tuesday program to Nunes’s phone records, using former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe — fired for dishonesty — to claim Nunes “may have been a player” in the “smear campaign” against Amb. Marie Yovanovitch.

Nunes has since said that he remembers speaking to Giuliani about the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on “Russia collusion,” not about Ukraine or Yovanovitch. He is already suing CNN for defamation for an allegedly false report that he met a former Ukrainian prosecutor in Vienna as part of the “smear campaign” — a claim actually Schiff cited in the impeachment report. (Nunes says he was actually in Benghazi, Libya at the time.)

The irony is rich. CNN and other mainstream media outlets have repeatedly said that Trump’s suspicions about Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election are a “conspiracy theory,” even though Ukraine’s efforts — while less aggressive than Russia’s — were widely reported in the mainstream media. Yet they have taken Schiff’s conspiracy theory about Nunes at face value — overlooking how Schiff obtained the records that are fueling their speculations.

Schiff has destroyed the ability of the Intelligence Committee to work in a bipartisan fashion, which is crucial to its oversight function. But what is even worse is that he has private information about the conversations of an unknown number of Americans, including journalists and elected officials. His “inquiry” is no longer just about the president. It has become an Inquisition, encroaching on the rights of ordinary citizens who have nothing to do with Trump.

In his testimony at the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley warned Congress that it was abusing its power by targeting Trump for “obstruction”: “If you impeach a president, if you make a ‘high crime and misdemeanor’ out of going to the courts, it is an abuse of power. It’s your abuse of power. You’re doing precisely what you’re criticizing the president for doing.”

Schiff is already there. He is using a partisan intelligence investigation to dig up dirt on his political opponents — including Republicans; Trump’s lawyer; a journalist; and Kash Patel, a Republican committee staffer who dug up evidence of FISA abuse that led to the forthcoming Inspector General report.

Schiff’s inquisition has reached McCarthyist proportions. It is time for Americans to ask again: “At long last, have you left no sense of decency?”

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Stunning jobs report for November

Trump triumph continues: Stunning jobs report for November as previous two months’ job totals revised upward

By Thomas Lifson
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“It’s the economy, stupid!”

James Carville

The ”experts” (presumably, PhD economists) once again are stunned. Marketwatch had expected 180,000 jobs to be added to the economy, and credited the end of the GM strike for boosting that expected total by 50,000. So, the real forecast was that the Trump economic reforms were adding 130,000 jobs to the economy.

The real total, just released minutes ago: 266,000. Factoring out 50,000 GM jobs, the economy added 2/3 more jobs than the experts predicted.

Moreover, the jobs totals for the past two months were revised upward:

…the increase in new jobs in October [was revised] to 156,000 from 128,000. September’s gain was raised to 193,000 from 180,000.

Unemployment has declined from 3.6% to 3.5%, matching the lowest figure in half a century.

How many Americans would want to exchange the Trump boom for the Democrats’ version for the “new normal” of steady economic decline?

If you’re in the mood for some schadenfreude, take look at the way the New York Times carefully brackets the good news with references to the GM strike ending as a factor explaining it away in the headline itself and in the “takeway”:

The return of tens of thousands of striking workers to their jobs at General Motors helped supercharge hiring totals last month.

The reassuring jobs report, released Friday morning by the Labor Department, offered a counterpoint to renewed anxieties about an escalating trade war and a weakening global economy.

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Adam Schiff Gets Busted

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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton Is not just a sore loser, she is a total loser

By Kenneth Eliasberg
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As one can readily see, Hillary Clinton has been unable to recover from having lost the 2016 presidential election — a self-inflicted wound that she will never cop to. Or, possibly, an act of divine intervention. She has come up with well over a dozen reasons for her defeat — every one but the real one, i.e. she is a loser — not just a sore loser, but a total loser. She is incredibly incompetent, fundamentally dishonest, and criminally corrupt, and these are her good qualities. In addition, she is bereft of a trace of integrity or character, has absolutely no judgment, and is devoid of people skills ( she’s very easy to dislike and distrust and thereby become a member of her deplorables). The 2016 race was hers to lose, and by failing to listen to advice on where to campaign, she managed to do just that — lose! Thank God — a Hillary Clinton presidency would be the last nail in America’s coffin.

We could go through the litany of Hillary Clinton’s failures – Cattlegate, Whitewater, Travelgate, Filegate, her clumsy and opaque handling of the health care assignment her husband handed her, her tour of duty in the U.S. Senate, or her stint at the State Department, starting with her failure to get the Russian word for “reset” correct and ending with her dereliction of duty in the case of Benghazi (which produced four dead Americans, including her “friend” Ambassador Christopher Stevens), which, on testifying before Congress, she fobbed off with “what difference, at this point, does it make?”

But, for present purposes, I would just like to focus on the liberties that she has always taken with the truth. When Bill Safire of the New York Times called her a congenital liar, he flattered her. You see, the Clintons don’t just tell lies, they live them.

Consider her most recent whopper — the one in which she observed, on being asked what was her most difficult decision, that it was remaining in her marriage. Why was this her biggest whopper? Because she had no choice but to remain in her marriage, if, indeed, the arrangement that the Clintons have qualifies as a “marriage,” rather than a political partnership looking to advance the ambitions of each of the partners.

Some have applauded her incredible loyalty to Bill in view of his tawdry behavior. However, if all they had was an “arrangement” to advance their ambitions, his infidelities were irrelevant as far as hurt feelings were concerned.

But they were necessary to make her both the object of sympathy (although one has to wonder why you are deserving of pity on your husband’s 1000th marital transgression). Also, every time he got caught, so it goes, he owed her one. Ergo, the health care assignment, her Senate term, and, finally, her stint as Secretary of State. In each of these situations she distinguished herself more for her failures than any accomplishment.

The point here is that Hillary had no choice but to stay in her marriage. Without her connection to Bill Clinton, Hillary could not be nominated for, let alone be elected to, dog catcher of even the smallest of communities. Her successes in  securing all of these positions was achieved by attaching herself to Bill’s coattails and riding them to each one of these positions.

So why did Hillary lose the 2016 Presidential election? Because she’s Hillary Clinton, a born loser. And, more to the point, Hillary Clinton belongs in the Big House, not in the White House.

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Terrorist in London knife attack

Terrorist in London knife attack had been lecturing woke university leftists all about criminal justice ‘reform’

By Monica Showalter
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Friday’s London Bridge terror attack by a fanatic Islamist with knives — and not the first one on that bridge — was a case study in all kinds of things that have gone wrong as blue-city politics and leftist reform agendas take over.

Who let this beast into the country at all?

Why, even after one terror attack attempt, was he let out of the can on parole, with only an ankle bracelet to monitor him? It was obviously a waste of time.

Why was he not booted back to his hellhole of origin, first plane out?

Why were the cops, that everyone’s supposed to rely on in lieu of guns, not around?

Why did it take bystanders, one “armed” with a whale tusk taken from a decorative display on a chowhouse wall, and another wielding a fire extinguisher, to knock the beast down?

Why don’t bystanders in London have access to guns?

So many things wrong with this picture just to start.

The worst though was the fact that the terrorist was not just let out on a much undeserved parole, he was busy lecturing the leftists at Cambridge University at a conference, participating in “workshops” on his supposed prison rehabilitation, the leftists eating it up and calling for more such “reform.” He was one of their leaders and they were taking it from him.

Here’s the London Telegraph’s report:

The event at the centre of the London Bridge attack was an alumni celebration for an organisation run by academics from the University of Cambridge.

Learning Together was set up in 2014 by Ruth Armstrong and Amy Ludlow, from the Faculty of Law and Institute of Criminology.

It brings together people in criminal justice and higher education institutions.

The attacker, who was on probation and wearing a tag, is understood to have been invited to share his experiences as a former prisoner.

Academics and criminal justice campaigners had tweeted excitedly about the day ahead as they gathered at the Grade II listed Fishmongers Hall, just off London Bridge, to celebrate Learning Together’s fifth anniversary….

Seems that coddling and cossetting terrorists like these as warm, fuzzy, cuddly ‘victims’ who need reparations from society for their time in the can doesn’t work out the way they say it will work out.

Campaigns against “mass incarceration,” a Soros agenda hobbyhorse, fail wherever they are tried. Thomas Lifson has an item today about how “affordable bail” and letting rabid criminals circulate freely in the law-abiding population has created a hellish situation in Chicago. But the influence of this dreck is all over, including woke London.

You can bet the leftists involved in this sham will refuse to take any responsibility for the two people now dead that their coddling led to. They’ll keep calling for letting these beasts out of the can because dead people can always be dismissed easily.

Already there are claims on Twitter that Khan got his soft treatment under Tory wet Theresa May. Color us unimpressed. May was always imitating leftists.

For the rest of us, it shows the big reasons why the whole Sorosian free-the-prisoners, blue-city-ethics arguments need to be shut down.

U.K. is coming on an election shortly. One can only hope that British voters remember this one and vote accordingly.

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POTUS visits troops in Afghanistan

Trump receives a rousing welcome, makes surprise Thanksgiving visit to troops in Afghanistan

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President Donald Trump paid an unannounced visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan on Thanksgiving, receiving a warm welcome from the service members.

In Mar-a-Lago since Tuesday with first lady Melania Trump and son Barron, Trump secretly flew from an undisclosed airport early Wednesday night to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, and from there to Bagram Air Field, the largest U.S. military base in Afghanistan, according to reports. The trip was his first visit to that country.

“There is nowhere that I’d rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right here with the toughest, strongest best and bravest warriors on the face of the Earth,” President Trump told the troops.

The rousing welcome the president received is seen in the video below, shared online by White House social media director Dan Scavino.

The first lady did not accompany the president on the stealth trip, though she did go with her husband when he made a surprise visit to Iraq last Christmas.

Joining Trump was Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien, Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Dan Walsh, White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham, Deputy White House Press Secretary Judd Deere and Scavino, the Daily Mail reported.

Trump posed with soldiers, helped distribute plates and served turkey to the troops in a cafeteria.

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Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg’s got this amazing talent for insulting voters

By Monica Showalter
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With millions to shell out for ads, Michael Bloomberg sure has an amazing way of motivating voters to not want to vote for him.

Here’s his big rollout ad, played ad nauseum, in California:

Transcript, cue electronic music: “He could’ve just been the middle class kid who made good. Mike Bloomberg became the guy who did good.  After building a business that created thousands of jobs, he took charge of a city still reeling from 9/11. A three-term mayor who helped bring it back from the ashes, bring jobs and thousands of affordable housing units…”

Stop, Bloomie. Stop right there. Since when does being middle class exclude doing good? Since when does being anything exclude doing good? Apparently all those charity donations and volunteer hours that middle-class America puts in counts for nothing. Who the heck calls billionaire Mike Bloomberg ‘the guy who did good’ as if all us other deplorables out here are somehow incapable of that because we didn’t make $55 billion like he did? Apparently anyone who’s just middle class who made good has nothing special going on compared to … Bloomberg, who seems to confuse his quest for money and then power with actual virtue. Never mind all that charity we donated to and all those soup kitchens we un-good ladled at. When was the last time you saw Mike doing any of that, by the way?

He must have been hearing from people because now his website has since changed the transcript of hideous introduction to:

Transcript, cue soulful piano music… He started as a middle class kid who had to work his way through college. Then built a business from a single room to a global entity, creating tens of thousands of good-paying jobs along the way. He could have stopped there, but when New York suffered the terrible tragedy of 9/11, he took charge, becoming a three-term mayor who brought his city back from the ashes, and brought back jobs and hope with it, creating tens of thousands of affordable housing units…

Even that one’s dishonest. Those of us in New York recall very well that Rudy Giuliani was mayor during those 3.67 dreadful months, the months when those hideous 9/11 pictures he’s trying to make political capital from now first came out. Election day in New York for his run for mayor was on … 9/11. They canceled that date and held it later due to the circumstances. So much for his claim in both instances to paint himself as the hero coming to the rescue of New York, that honor belongs to Rudy Giuliani. The only reason he became mayor at all, running as a Republican, was because the slot was empty and the rabid leftist running on the Democrat side was so much worse.

Rescuing hero? No, he planned to be mayor a lot earlier than that. A lot had been cleared out and a lot of the most acute work get done by the time Bloomberg took office on Jan. 1, 2002. Sure, he had a rebuilding role, but everyone still wants to know why the heck it took more than a decade instead of the much shorter span of time it took to build the towers the first time. Mr. Bureaucrat made sure the time extended. And while he was stealing salt shakers off tables in New Yorkers’ diners, preparations for Hurricane Sandy —  or any hurricane — never got made. He’s got that on his mayoral record, too, but he doesn’t mention it.

Not exactly the guy you want running things, given his micromanager obsessions — no Big Gulps, no trans-fats, count every calorie and his serious absence of priorities.

When gets us into his real contempt for the little guy, here’s another one from him and it’s a doozy:

Hear that? He not only markets himself to voters as Mister Virtue over all us deplorables, he really does consider us deplorables indeed with this one. We deplorables can’t be permitted to have extra spending money from taxes that are too low because we might start spending it on booze and cigarettes. This would be bad for our health, this would be bad for our virtue. This sounds like something Scrooge might say. I know I’ve read it someplace like Dickens.

Seriously, what kind of lunatic logic is this? it’s all for our own good that we have excessive taxation? To save us from ourselves? Better to eliminate all choice in spending, all rainy day funds and give it to government, which knows what’s best for us better than we ourselves do? This is beyond patronizing, it’s absolutely disgusting. And notice that he’s doing his little ditty on a stage with International Monetary Fund chief Cristine Lagard, a French socialist who like all IMF socialists is actually reviled around the world for all of her IMF austerity plans. Blech.

Had enough? There’s also this:  

He says we need improving because we aren’t good enough, much the same way Barack Obama said we were a great country but we badly needed transforming. Wheel in all the zero-skill poor with neither basic toilet nor reading skills from the third world and we’ll somehow be better than we are now, we need them to fix us since we are so unacceptable otherwise.

What do I read from this pattern of crap? That Bloomberg has nothing but contempt for Americans who haven’t made as much money as he has. He’s made his pile and now he wants to tax you for your own good to make sure you don’t make yours. He’s kind of an anti-Trump, in that President Trump always speaks of wanting to lift people up and never, never belittles Americans’ dreams of bettering themselves, he makes it easier for them and cripes, he never puts down little guys. Call him Drawbridge Mike. He’s got his, and now money isn’t important. And anyone who’s stupid enough to vote for such a person would surely deserve all the contempt and penury that he’s without a doubt going to get.

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