- Did Hillary and Obama strand two dozen or so Americans in Benghazi to die and then lie about it under oath?
- What was really in those thousands of emails that were deleted after being illegally stored and accessed by foreign agents?
- Was the Clinton Foundation really just an international money laundering scheme?
- How did the Clintons get so very rich, so incredibly rich based solely on government jobs and a supposedly charitable foundation?
- What really happened in Haiti and the millions and millions of dollars that got donated to help that country’s recovery but which never got spent to help those in need?
- Did Vince Foster actually kill himself or was there something more nefarious involved and what happened to those documents that were hurriedly removed from his office before his body was even cold?
- How is that murder case of Seth Rich coming along?
- How much money did the Clinton Foundation and Clinton family make as a result of the Uranium One sale to Russia?
- What really happened decades ages concerning the suspicious Whitewater land shenanigans?
- Did you really land under fire when you visited Bosnia or did you lie about that, given that the video evidence taken of your arrival shows no rush and no sniper fire?
- Have you spent decades abetting, protecting and condoning the sexual predator habits of your husband and at least high ranking member of your campaign staff, opting not only to not to believer your husband’s victims but going out of your way to discredit and publicly destroy them?
- James O’Keefe has made a name for himself uncovering political lies via hidden video cameras.
- He recently caught staffers from Tennessee Senatorial candidate, Phil Bredsen, stating that Bresden had publicly lied about his public support for Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court in order to improve his chances with voters in November.
- Specifically, they stated: “Like, he wouldn’t really vote yes [for Kavanaugh,] would he?” an undercover reporter asked. “No, it’s a political move,” said one of Bredesen’s field organizers. “He thinks that, like, we’re down like half a point right now. It’s, like, really close and we’re losing by a point or two. So he thinks that if, like, by saying this he’s appealing to more moderate Republicans and he’ll get more of them to vote for us.”
- The city of Chesapeake in Virginia has a set of politicians who recently worked hard to pass a Halloween themed law.
- Now, if you are a kid over the age of 12 in that city and you go trick or treating on Halloween, you are officially a criminal and could face a fine of $25 and face up to six months in jail.
- Specifically, this is the effort that politicians wasted their time on: “If any person over the age of 12 years shall engage in the activity commonly known as ‘trick or treat’ or any other activity of similar character or nature under any name whatsoever, he or she shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not less than $25.00 nor more than $100.00 or by confinement in jail for not more than six months or both.”
- So the town politicians put this law in place with these penalties and then undercut their entire effort with the following statement on their website:.“According to the City of Chesapeake, police will focus on making sure the evening is safe for everyone, not actively seeking out violations of the time or age limits. For example, a thirteen-year-old safely trick or treating with a younger sibling is not going to have any issues.”
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