Major Tripwire Alert – Monmouth University Poll: Clinton Failing, Trump Succeeding and Wall Street Apoplectic…

Hold on to your bootstraps, and pay attention to the Sword of Damocles – The 2016 Presidential race is playing out exactly as predicted.  It has to, because once you understand the interests – their activity becomes transparent.

So let’s get back up to 30,000 feet and take a look at today’s BIG PICTURE.

Against the backdrop of an increasingly influential Donald Trump campaign -which is deconstructing the GOPe roadmap for Jeb Bush- and as a direct consequence of the financiers losing control of one side of their RNC/DNC political coin, the Wall Street interests are now focusing on/clamoring for – control over of the DNC side.

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Team Clinton know this….  And as a direct consequence Bill Clinton and Lanny Davis Inc, via Hillary Clinton, radically change campaign direction in an attempt to stop the financial interests and political interests from throwing full support toward Joe Biden.

Remember, the absolute mega-FLARE tripwire to solidify Donald Trump being viewed as the unstoppable force is: the removal of candidate Hillary Clinton from the race.  All of the power brokers will never allow a Trump -VS- Clinton match-up because they know the broad messaging of Donald Trump would destroy any hope for a Hillary victory.

Wall Street Inc. originally planned for Clinton VS Bush, their win/win.  However, if they cannot have Bush –because Trump defeats their GOPe roadmap– they cannot palate the risk inherent in meager hopes of Clinton.

The political powers that respond to the needs of the financiers have worked earnestly to get rid of Trump, and keep Hillary above water.  They are failing on both fronts.

This approach is also why the payers of the polls began putting Biden, despite his non-candidacy, into the Democrat polling to tamp down the visible surge of Bernie Sanders.  [ Note – For all intents and purposes Sanders is viewed with the same level of angst as Trump]

Hence today’s published polling from Monmouth University once again puts the “non-candidate Biden” into the mix.  It must suck to be a Bernie Sanders supporter and watch the MSM sell this manipulated narrative knowing what’s taking place:

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Despite the power-brokered collective efforts, being promoted by the MSM, support for Hillary continues to decrease and support for Sanders continues to increase.

Bill, Hillary and the Clinton machine, specifically know those powers will dispatch them rather than allow this confluence of intensely risky interests to continue.  The Clintons are not willing to be removed and, somewhat like team Bush, they will fight like hell before they allow their irrelevance.

That’s why we are seeing this:

(Via Politico) It was an apology that made many of Hillary Clinton’s closest supporters bristle.

“At the end of the day, I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions,” Hillary Clinton told NBC’s Andrea Mitchell in an interview last Friday, when asked whether she should apologize for the email controversy dogging her campaign. “I take responsibility and it wasn’t the best choice.”

The classic “I’m sorry your feelings are hurt” response left many Clinton insiders fuming that the statement felt more like an insult than an apology — leading a growing chorus of advisors and donors to rachet up the pressure on Clinton and her campaign over the long weekend to take the apology a step further, multiple sources close to the campaign said.

Even operatives on her campaign admitted the apology on Mitchell’s show had not helped put the issue to bed.

“It wasn’t getting it done,” said a source inside the campaign. (read more)

Clinton is being forced to change her approach because if she doesn’t start improving the financiers and the political power-brokers will have no option than to remove her with prejudice.

Team Clinton is desperately trying to retain their campaign viability and stop the political machine from breaking the “emergency glass” and executing “the Biden Option“.

The execution of “The Biden Option” is one of the most brutally obvious tripwires which will indicate the GOPe has acquiesced defeat to Donald Trump.

Our confidence in Trump’s ability to defeat the GOPe roadmap is why we could safely predict Biden’s entry into the race back in July when no-one was talking about it.

However, Biden cannot win alone – and Trump is a formidable opponent – and therefore the controlling influences will need to add nitro fuel to Biden’s race via Elizabeth Warren.  Warren will bring the Sander’s like energy and turn-out the indoctrinated masses; while Biden will allow the financial interests to keep control of the money (Wall Street).

Again, it’s not some grand political prediction, it is simply what must happen if the power interests are to retain their status.  Essentially it’s an easily identified self fulfilling prophecy. [The Biden Paradox]

If Clinton is to stop the power-interests from turning their back on her, she must improve her chances of victory.  However, even if she is victorious – they cannot allow her to face Trump.  Hence the current problem for all of them.

Both the DNC/Clinton and the RNC/Bush desperately need Trump eliminated!

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In the interim we should extend empathy to the Bernie Sander’s support base because they are experiencing something very similar to the attacks against the Donald Trump base; visible in how they are being disregarded by the political machine that operates above them.

Everything is now far more consequential for Hillary and Bush with the upcoming CNN GOP debate looming as their last best hope.

If Trump can escape that debate unscathed both the Bush campaign and the Clinton campaigns will have been defeated; their only option remaining will be to cut the horsehair on the Sword of Damocles.

GOP primary 2

Just a Reminder, this is an insurgency. – The modern enemy of Wall Street is Main Street vulgarians. The enemy of the RNC/GOPe is not Democrats, it’s Grassroots Conservatives, more vulgarians.

The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:

In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.

States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.

That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)

GOP-versus-Tea-PartyNow, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.

Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?

In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):

Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)

Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?

These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.

It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.

update-1 Reference and Resources – (links to internal MSM references are contained within prior outlines):

RNC Rule Changes

RNC Rule Battles

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/AffirmsThe “splitter strategy”
  17. ♦ The Biden Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
  18. ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
  19. ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
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207 Responses to Major Tripwire Alert – Monmouth University Poll: Clinton Failing, Trump Succeeding and Wall Street Apoplectic…

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

    There ain’t enough popcorn in the world.

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  2. libby says:

    Insightful yet, again.
    Mighty insightful

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  3. sundance says:

    As predicted back in August:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/08/30/team-jebs-newest-strategy-push-ben-carson/

    The “Push Ben Carson” Narrative continues:

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  4. DelAware says:

    Andrea Mitchell? You mean Alan Greenspan’s wife?

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  5. joanfoster says:

    As I understand this article, no Dem. tripwires would be in play were it not for Hillary’s potential legal troubles. If so, I doubt that either Biden or Warren can garner the grassroots support that Sanders has. Sanders comes across as an aged wizard. Warren will come across as a menopausal shill looking for her place in the sun with a teepee on her back. Biden will be just Biden – dumb as a rock, prone to brain farts and long past medium well done.

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  6. Coast says:

    Just remember…these people are powerful, and evil….and are determined to get what they want. Pray for our nation…and for Trump’s safety and success.

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  7. Rondo says:

    Trump supports immigration

    TRUMP: We have to accept migrants here because they’re living in HELL in Syria

    http://therightscoop.com/trump-we-have-to-accept-migrants-here-because-theyre-living-in-hell-in-syria/

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    • sundance says:

      Um, Rondo…. Help me out.

      Doesn’t everyone support “immigration”?

      I thought the issue was “illegal immigration”?

      Are you saying there are people who support, or expect, a complete elimination of legal human international movement ?

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      • Rondo says:

        Your right, I was only referring to the Syrian’s , it did not come out that way.

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        • Dixie says:

          I don’t support immigration of the so-called Syrians or anybody else with imbedded isis terrorists. And they are not all syrians anyway as they are tearing up their identifying documents prior to crossing the border so they can be syrians if they declare it just so they won’t be deported. I’m not even sure I would want them in this country at all insisting that we do things their way or else. If that makes me an outcast, so be it.

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          • franker01 says:

            Really odd that the Refugees as shown on TV seem to have circumvented the normal male/female demographic thing since the overwhelming majority of them seem to be young men. Funny how Allah works.

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            • SharonKinDC says:

              I thought the same…. then did some digging. Not to say there aren’t ISIS types mingled in; however, Syria has conscription laws for males (other than an only male child). Thus, some interviewed have point blank stated that is what they are fleeing. Looks like quite a bit of economic migration as well. Students graduating college- no jobs- predictable, now that their country has been ripped apart in many key areas.

              The migration patterns are interesting. The smart ones, with more cash appear to be going through Turkey and taking an inflatable boat 8 miles to Lesvos, Greece. Something to keep in mind are the ‘Dublin’ rules. If one goes to another country after registration and can’t find work, or isn’t accepted as a refugee, they are to be returned to the country where they registered… UNLESS said country does not have the proper facilities. With Greece’s economic turmoil, it looks like some are banking on being able to stay elsewhere, even if not deemed a refugee. Saw a fair amount of families landing there, compared to other points of landing. Most are Syrian and appear to be middle or professional class.

              The ones entering Bulgaria are screwed.

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          • Zennalou says:

            I agree with you Dixie. I have been one of Trump’s biggest fans, but my spirits fell tonight as I listened to him. I have followed the crisis in Europe, and I see exactly what is happening. This would be even worse than the border invader mess we are already dealing with. My hope is that Trump changes his statement on this. You will have lots of company in the outcast room, I see the Breibart comment section is upset also.

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            • justfactsplz says:

              I too was unhappy about his statement. Somebody needs to enlighten Trump that the refugees that are predominately young males could be ISIS operatives. That’s the last thing we need in America. Enough of them are coming across our southern border without bringing them to our east coast.

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            • barbi says:

              Yes, the “humanitarian” response bothered me.

              I also was bothered by his response about PLanned Parenthood. He told O’Reilly he was not a supporter yet just a few weeks ago I saw him and heard him say that Planned Parenthood should NOT be defunded, that he was a supporter of all the other “good things they do for women” (other than abortions.)

              I thought, “Wow. That’s as bad as Hilary and Barry.”

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              • lorac says:

                I’m not too freaked out yet, because he didn’t give specifics. He could approve only Christians, or he could say all have to stay in American refugee camps,work for their food and shelter while there, and be returned to country of origin once the crisis has passed. (that’s what I would want him to say lol) And pass around the birth control for free – no anchor babies.

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              • wanthetruth says:

                Bullcrap Barbie, he said he’d have to look into it. He did not offer across the board support as long as they offered women’s health care, as you are trying to make it sound like. He said he’d heard that abortion was only 3% of their services and that he’d have to check into things further.

                I remember this distinctly because I had recently watched a video by Rachel’s Vineyard, which showed exactly how it was creatively contrived by PP to arrive at that figure of 3%. I even contacted Rachel’s Vineyard to ask that they share their knowledge of abortion and all its far reaching side effects with Mr Trump. That’s why I am so clear on what he said. If you saw him state differently please share your source.

                Never did he say abortion could continue on – no matter what he found out. He reinforced that belief tonight, ie that as long as they did abortions they would not have his support or funding. Sly trolling by misrepresentation – not a source cited so we can’t judge for ourselves the meaning.

                I had a reply from you once where you quoted my words with added punctuation that changed the meaning of them. That was a Donald thread too. It seemed to me purposeful dishonesty – perhaps it was not, but since then I couldn’t help but wonder if you have a certain agenda.

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              • wanthetruth says:

                Before when interviewed he said he’d have to check into PP further to consider what was what. He did not give a green light for funding them but spoke of the 3% (supposedly) of services being abortion related (leaving 97% for other health services) and that he’d have to weigh women’s health services vs shutting them down. At no time did he imply abortion services would be allowed to continue.

                In checking into it I’m sure he’ll find out how creative the abortionists are at contriving that figure. It’s amazing.

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                • Pentheus says:

                  Saying that only 3% of Planned Parenthood’s business is abortions is like saying that only 3% of the New York Yankee’s business is playing baseball. After all, for every 1 game thousands of hot dogs are sold!

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              • littlered says:

                I’ve read in the London Times that IIS claims that thousands of those refugees are militants with intent to cause terrorism. Scary stuff.

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          • PatriotUSA says:

            Remember, it is no longer 1890 and immigration needs to be controlled and highly so. Illegal alien invaders, those claiming asylum, whatever from the ME and beyond need to stay in Europistan.

            The greater problem is importing islam, muslims and those who live, breath and spew sharia law. This does not minimize the problems of no wall being built along the entire southern border or the current and past regimes who have refused to enforce the laws that we have on the books already. Look at what immigration has done to Europe. Now it is turning into Europistan.

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        • sundance says:

          I just watched it, and don’t take away the concern you are appearing to present. Maybe I’m missing something, or maybe there are people who have a vested interest in stoking fear of Donald Trump.

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      • rsmith1776 says:

        Sundance, I’ve seen The Don on B.O.R. at Fox and he seemed a little soft tonight on a number of issues (including a lack of clarity regarding the Syrians) – and very good, as expected, on others.

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      • Bildung says:

        No–indeed legal immigration must be vastly reduced as well. Simply making immigrants fungible between illegal and legal does not solve the problem of importing Democrat voters and their chain migrating families. This false distinction between legal and illegal is the Ted Cruz shell game–and a quailing before Leftist criticism.

        And we should take no Syrians unless they are Christian and even then only after careful vetting. We never imported mass numbers of Palestinians, who lived in camps for decades.

        Your construct of a ‘complete elimination’ of legal,human movement is disingenuous, but, make no mistake, if the principle governing that movement is American national interest, it will be radically reduced.

        Sun dance, bad move from both you and Trump here.

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        • rsmith1776 says:

          Oh come on, I happen to agree with much of what you say but no need to go all high and mighty on Sundance, who has a higher batting average than any political analyst I know! So he didn’t think one post among ten thousand for more than 30 seconds, big deal.

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          • BobNoxious says:

            Enough! Criticizing a political position/decision of a person is not a personal attack on said person! I feel like we need a reminder sign on each page, good lord.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          We are already committed to take in refugees each year. Rather educated Syrians than less education ones from other places. IF they can be vetted. Looks like there are physicians fleeing- some w/ their families, per one piece I read.

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          • PatriotUSA says:

            So what, we have our own legal residents who need help first.

            Piss on the rest of the world. Let the mussie countries step and take them.

            Oh, wait, I hear nothing but crickets.

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            • keebler AC says:

              The quota for 65K refugees is fixed. Trump isn’t going to promote non-refugee illegal Mexicans in who are not caught in a violent war. He will though give consideration to examining real refugees – most likely the Christians who are truly caught in a horrible place with ISIS and the Islamic savages as we’ve seen time and again. No one has been helping them. The Muslim nations will not take in the Christian refugees.

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            • SharonKinDC says:

              If you watch the video, PatriotUSA, Trump notes that very point. Reading a retelling of the interview, isn’t the same as watching it. Trump, in particular, has to be seen, not summarized. There’s a lot of nuance in what he says…and doesn’t say.

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      • I thought the issue was “illegal immigration”?

        The issue is immigration period, and doing what is best for America. Let Syrians find a Middle Eastern country to refugee in. We’ve got our own “refugees” that are in need of help.

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    • texasgypsy53 says:

      Don’t mind imigration,but we cannot trust the Republicans or Democrats to properly screen these imigrants. Some of these middle eastern imigrants will lie through their teeth to get in this country. Stay on the safe side, don’t let any in except women and children,and only after they are PROPERLY checked out. God have mercy on my country.

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    • Dixie says:

      He just needs to educate himself on that subject and watch some of the videos we’ve been watching. There is so much to learn, he can’t possibly know everything about all that is going on. Common sense rules Donald Trump.

      But if he didn’t have anything else to do but sit at a computer all day and read about all that has happened, like Bill O’Reilly who is picking and choosing questions he thinks will trip Trump up, he would be more up to date about the European immigrant situation and would be aware of the thousands of them being destructive, rioting, looting, burning garbage in the middle of the streets, defacing signs and tearing up stoplights, demanding to be accommodated but throwing food and water back in the faces of those offering it out of compassion.

      He’s not stupid. Once he sees the same things we have seen and read about, he will revise that comment.

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    • Sandra says:

      Hahaha … Donald, please call Sundance stat! He needs to know about the “refugees”.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Watch the video, he said, ‘something has to be done’… which is a far cry from bringing them all here. In fact, he noted we don’t necessarily know who they are/some may be ISIS, etc. He also noted which countries WERE NOT helping out. Last, he noted Europe is very different these days.

      What he didn’t do, was shut the door on all immigration which would be a huge mistake, even if some want this, as it is not practical (so much for models or actors coming over for a shoot) nor does one want to feed into the ‘xenophobic’ bogus allegations.

      My other points still stand, though, posted below.

      http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html?intcmp=hpft#/v/4471878940001

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      • keebler AC says:

        My word, Trump has a heart after all! It shocks people. What the GOPe has illuminated is that they follow a book of orders – dictated by their sponsors.

        The categorizers and race baiters can’t pigeon hole Trump into a box……because he thinks about the situation before he answers. “Mexican illegal immigrants” aren’t “refugees” from a violent anti-Christian War since time memorial. He’s not xenophobic as his detractors especially the Democrat Clintonians attempt to portray. There are good Christian Arabs, as he’s said before, who are the targets of horrible mistreatment and murdering rampages……he can’t fathom what it must be like. These are the true refugees of the middle eastern war. Trump has said Obama is bringing in hordes of muslims without vetting them and leaving the Christians imprisoned or at whim of Islamic terrorists. You are right, Obama knows he can bring in another quota of muslims with terrorists embedded within. Trump will for a change make sure those quotas go to Christians fleeing defacto harm from the middle east by virtue of their religion – it goes without saying. If they prove to harmful to American, those few will be extradicted immediately.

        Everyone including the V.P. and Congress, immigrants, will be expected to pull their weight. Trump will apprentice those lazy critters so they’ll want to retire soon and early. Just because they are voted in doesn’t mean they get to coast and spend money like drunken sailors on a free ride. No ear marks either for “stupid” projects.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Another point to go along with what you’re saying. We’re so used to politicians that we can’t trust, that we have to box them in on issues in a very simplistic fashion, with electrified buzzwords to restrain them. The only power we have, is a kind of voter “gotcha”, should they stray outside some very dumb boundaries we have to construct. We can’t trust them to maneuver without tricking us.

          The idea of an administration that might do something risky but do it well – like let in refugees and screen them properly – is something that we’ve almost forgotten about. One simply cannot trust Obama to do such a thing – but it actually used to be normal. And Trump IS that new normal, that is really just the old normal.

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          • keebler AC says:

            Absolutely
            +++

            The Clintonians and Obama, and now as we’ve discovered, the GOPe, scheme to use “good intentions” for slipping in bad intentions. We’re used to the ethical bar being set very low. It comes as a surprise for boring O’Reilly when Trump doesn’t parse his words…..means it when he says it’s a humanitarian crises and not one that we can simply deny or ignore because Establishment “X” says so. I’m starting to realize that Conservatism means “thinking” first rather than apply checkbox in the handbook.

            Planned Parenthood too. Something has to be done about rampant baby welfare fraud through pre-contraception education perhaps rather than abortion. Teaching abstinence and healthy forms of enjoyment for the youth. There is so much more than the current focus of Planned Parenthood which the Democrats have pushed via acceptance of casual sex and then active killing of fetuses and resultant monies for the operation and body parts.

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    • sundance says:

      Ok, took me a few minutes to get the connections. The Right Scoop article was written by SooperMexican (he’s a writer there) who is as anti-Trump as our friend Jonah Goldberg. That explains the misleading intent.

      Sooper is aligned with the Dana Perino sensibility.

      Either you are genuinely getting duped by the psy-ops, or you are intentionally selling the narrative via concern trolling.

      Can you confirm or deny which is accurate? Please and thanks.

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      • Les says:

        Dang, I liked Sooper before this. He is cutting his own throat.

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        • sundance says:

          No need to stop liking him. Just understand what his objective is. That’s what I do.

          Once you know the motive held on a particular issue, you can still appreciate the perspectives on other unrelated views.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Agreed. This is war. Allies are what they are.

            I like sooper, and share his love of Cruz. But Trump is where a group of people seeking truth, justice, freedom, and a whole lot of other good things, set aside their differences to fight for the very survival of America as more than just an obscure, vanilla province of United Earth, governed by alien laws to which we never agreed. Trump it the cattle-catcher moving every known obstacle to freedom off the track. Full steam ahead for me.

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            • keebler AC says:

              I like Cruz too, he’s heads above the others in intelligence but needs more experience to be a leader and learn to navigate pitfalls. America is not an experiment to be toyed with by a “student”. At least not without the guidance of a superb mentor. To me, there is no contest between Trump and Cruz. Trump is making a difference already and turning the big ship around already, and he’s only 3 months into his candidacy. He’s not even the President yet and he’s got the media, GOPe and soon the DNC by the balls. Cruz has struck out 2 out of 3 major times, having little impact to date except good speeches and answers. It’s not enough! We’ve cheered Megyn and Cruz’s ability to cut opponents words to the quick, and the rest…….and it’s not enough any longer. Especially when they don’t mean it – just talk show arguments. We want to see the wall built! Something actionable done. Illegal immigration policies drafted and ready to go.

              Trump also has big names ready to go to battle as soon as elected. Icahn, Guiliani, I’m sure we’ve only seen the tip of his tremendous resources. Could Cruz call out the Indonesian Speaker of the House to stand with him at the pledge press conference and have him nod in agreement with Trump? The Don has the international community understanding that he is something to contend with and no longer can they walk all over the US. Ramos is licking his wounds in his Mexican gated community. All the current pope can do is insist on speaking in Spanish. Well that’s fine and dandy, because the immigrants who wish to come to the states are going to have that luxury under Trump.

              Long winded, but ya got me going too! Cruz isn’t the ticket post-Obama. Nor is Carson.

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              • keebler AC says:

                Latino immigrants who come here will NOT (correction) have the luxury of speaking in hispanic and stepping on the U.S. Flag. Pope is disrespectful because the current potus is disrespectful to this country. Obama is abusive to America so others following his lead see fit to do same.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Francis and Obama are cut from the same cloth. Both had full-on communist mentors, for whom they never gave up their warm feelings. Campus radicals and liberation theologians are peas in a pod. I know, because I saw that Reagan-era, Reagan-hating, Reagan-fighting generation of leftists with my own eyes. I think Trump remembers that era, too.

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  8. hocuspocus13 says:

    I most enjoy when I hear people talk about candidates/politicians controlled by their money backers

    They get it 😎 and don’t like it

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  9. hpushkin says:

    Damn, I am riveted to this Tripwire Alert thingy. Thank you. Rupert Murdoch (Drudge headline today) says Biden will win. Just following the plan, he is?

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  10. Clc says:

    I have come to the conclusion that this next election is not a dem/rep, or left vs right, but globalist vs America firsters.

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  11. socabill says:

    MeGYN just got off the air with Mark Teison (sp?) and both could barely contain their out-and-out laughter comparing the Booosh and Trump commercials! It was priceless! They stopped just short of ¡Yeb! mockery.

    A pleasure to watch.

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    • franker01 says:

      In a very recent Trump Presser the Stiffs behind Trump included a disproportionately large number of Hispanic-looking people. One even kind of barged in after it was in progress and took his place over Trump’s left shoulder. They might as well have had “Extra” cards pinned to their chests. Visuals. Subtle. That kind of stuff. LOL

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      • moogey says:

        I was all over the internet the day of the presser and the questions being asked were about the Chinese, not the Hispanics, who were standing behind Trump. Since one of the biggest banks dealing with the Chinese is located in Trump’s office building, it kind of explains the Chinese. And since there were Hispanics picketing in KKK outfits outside, I would guess there were Hispanic supporters inside. I agree with visuals and subtle, but I’m not buying “Extras”.

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      • wanthetruth says:

        Did you watch the whole presser? It was the Indonesian delegation. They introduced the Indonesian Speaker of the House at the end. Trump had started walking away and came back with him to introduce him. He was there with his delegates during presser until someone took him aside – probably to prepare him to be introduced.

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  14. SouthCentralPA says:

    In what sense of the term are you using “tripwire”?? You keep using this term and it makes you sound like one of those guys at the jobsite who won’t shut up about how Prince William is the Anti-Christ, or some such twaddle.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Huh? How does the use of the phrase “tripwire” (ie a wire that ‘trips’ or ‘turns on’ a explosive device) sound like some conspiracy theory?

      If you actually read up on or research before commenting you’d see there is a lengthy presentation of documentation that supports SD’s use of the term.

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    • sundance says:

      A “tripwire” is a tool to identify a moment when something happens which portends a boundary crossed by an approaching entity. A “tripwire” also signals advanced notice of a pending event.

      In our political use, these tripwire articles are moments when current behavior supports our prior predictions of what behaviors would take place, and what they mean.

      These TripWire articles ANGER (in a very severe way) the people in the professional political constructs of both parties; especially the business end (donations etc).

      The articles also anger those who liked being willfully blind, and those who make money from those who like being willfully blind – politics is big business. The politically powerful don’t like anyone knowing their endgame, and they despise anyone putting sunlight on their location. {{{{ Waving Hello }}}}

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      • keebler AC says:

        Tripwires is the perfect term. It lends instant understanding and immediately deconstructs every intricacy the dual establishment parties does! Poor Secretary of Heinz57’s Committee on Transparency will be a fail.

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      • SouthCentralPA says:

        In the Claymore sense, ah. In a purely theoretical way, I wish you had some explosives attached to your booby-traps, but you can’t have everything, amirite?

        (Sorry about the tone, bad night last night for reasons I won’t bore you with ..)

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  15. Sentient says:

    I’ll be curious to see how Stephen Colbert handles Jeb tonight. He’s a lib, so he could attack Jeb on Hillary’s behalf, but he’ll probably go easy on Jeb, since Jeb is libs’ favorite Republican (like Romney and McCain). He’d get a good laugh if he asked why Jeb’s not running for president of Mexico. That’d probably be too much to ask, though.

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  16. emet says:

    Berniesanders.com. Physical violence perpetrated by the state. Sandra Bland, Michael Brown…each died unarmed at the hands of the police etc etc

    Bernie, Bernie, Bernie. Quit burning our law enforcement officers on the altar of molach. Human sacrifice for political gain is not a “family value”.

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  17. silverlakela says:

    What an education it has been reading these articles on theconservativetreehouse.com.
    I will never look at politics, politicians or elections the same ever again. Trump’s candidacy and election may be an anomaly, but I hope it will bring about a complete overhaul of the political process.
    Not holding my breath.

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  18. Ellie says:

    What a bunch of absolute weasels. My friends, it’s time for some serious housecleaning.

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  19. freepetta says:

    Hillary Clinton doesn’t get it, she’s a lying sack of corruption! Nobody wants her as anything elected or otherwise. She has always been unfit to hold any public office. Now old woman get lost and go pick up the pieces of your screwy life. The public is sick of her power hungry slimy self.

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  20. Director says:

    I’m also curious about Colbert dealing with JEB.

    What’s a system friendly Presenter to do?

    He mustn’t help Trump.

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  21. Ace says:

    So basically you’re saying all of Biden’s hemming and hawing (not sure if he has it in him; he has to discuss with wife) is actually him waiting on his handlers’ word.

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    • ImpeachEmAll says:

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    • sundance says:

      eh, no not really. What I’m saying is that there’s people around Biden saying “lets wait and see”. They are waiting to see if the Clinton Machine/DNC Machine can beat the current problem (Trump).

      But time is drawing short. IMHO Biden will be in by the weekend following the debate – depending entirely on the outcome of the GOP debate. If Trump does well, or escapes unscathed, Biden will be in within days/week.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        I’d add that Biden is controlled by the WH. He is a tool for the Administration to use against the Clinton machine and a continuation of Oblah blah’s ‘Great’ work.

        It’s a real win for the Administration if they keep control of the puppet. And I don’t think CoC, Wall St or K St care as long as they continues down the path to the North American Union ultimate goal.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I hope Trump comes out of the debate unscathed. Carly is going to be gunning for him big time. I hope he is prepared for incoming from all directions.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I think the game is “Let’s You And Him Fight”. Not sure whether Trump is You or Him, but I’m betting that Ben Carson is the other one. The game will be to zap one and force “expected” response from the other. And vice versa. They will fashion the race card into a knife, and use it where it can’t be seen. The trick for both outsiders is to stay stuck on Mensch.

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          • justfactsplz says:

            Carson already took off his kid gloves today and attacked Trump’s faith and that Donald wouldn’t quote a Bible verse. It’s going to be ugly. I pray Trump comes back at them while maintaining his cool. The moderators and candidates will be gunning for him.

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  22. s.c. says:

    Terrific column just up by Trump at USA today:

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2015/09/08/donald-trump-amateur-hour-iran-nuclear-deal-column/71884090/

    troll alert, they’re out in force today in comments sections all over, the checks must have cleared

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  23. Sandra says:

    Weren’t there some polls that even included Gore and Kerry? The Dems are so screwed. This is delicious.

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  24. lilbirdee'12 says:

    The numbers for Trump in Georgia are YUGE ! This may be the reason for Chillary’s unspecified conflict for that date resulting in her visit to Ga. being cancelled.

    http://politics.blog.ajc.com/2015/09/04/hillary-clinton-nixes-september-visit-to-atlanta/

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    • sundance says:

      Thanks ! Thanks for that link. It’s actually a quite interesting dot connection:

      {snip}

      FTA […] Hillary Clinton has canceled a planned appearance in Atlanta on Sept. 17, according to a campaign official who said the former Secretary of State now has an unspecified scheduling conflict that day.

      The Clinton campaign said it “is actively working to reschedule” the visit. Clinton had previously visited Atlanta for a closed-door fundraising trip in May, though this had been billed as both a fundraiser and open campaign event — a show of Clinton’s long game beyond the early-primary states where she has focused much of her time.

      {snip}

      The DC FOIA lawsuit (Judge Emitt hearing) where the State Dept is being forced to produce Huma emails (demanded compliance date) is the day prior.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        Are they having to make plans for the fall out?

        Which might mean there is a tsunami of information about to hit

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      • NJF says:

        Oh the last bit….I like it!

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      • lilbirdee'12 says:

        She’ll be up all night fretting about the new emails coming out, watching re-runs repeatedly after the debate participants nail her, and the 17th is also the day of finalization for that Iran thing-a-ma-jig that she approves of, etc. etc. Maybe she’ll ask for a private meeting with the Pope for forgiveness…oh wait, they agree on alot of issues..so maybe they’ll just have a cup of tea.

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  25. Millwright says:

    I don’t know how this item plays into this narrative nor do I have too much confidence in the sources, but it does play into on-going political passion play we’re witnessing.
    http://www.wnd.com/2015/09/minority-actors-sought-for-trump-smear-video/

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  26. JRD says:

    Hugh Hewitt, GOP Debate Questioner, Sides with Establishment, Not Voters
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/09/08/hugh-hewitt-gop-debate-questioner-sides-with-establishment-not-voters/

    Marco Jeb-io is Hewitt’s man.

    I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if Marco already knows what his questions are for the debate.

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  27. Daniel says:

    I keep reading headlines and stories and polls about how Biden is winning in the Democrat primary race. As Sundance pointed out and as it is still true today, Biden hasn’t even announced that he’s running yet.

    This is a HUGE, huge deal! Thanks Sundance for pointing that particular detail out. I can’t stop noticing that now.

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    • Rodney Plonker says:

      Dems have a habit of doing that. In Baltimore today, they settled Freddie Gray civil case for over $6m when no suite has even been filled.

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  28. Attorney says:

    What the RNC did with the primary system, changing the rules to favor their candidates, has me apopletic. This needs to be spread to the masses, and I have been posting the dynamic wherever possible. Hopefully some of Sundance readers will join the club.

    It is hard to do in a short, clear way. But give it a shot. Explain it to everybody you can. It is so vile, people get ticked once they understand what the GOPe is up to. But gotta make it clear.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I belong to that club. I have been broadcasting these truths to anyone who will listen. Most take it very well once they get over the shock of it.

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  29. sundance says:

    Wake up Jeb supporters!

    A post shared by President Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

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  30. NJF says:

    Senators propose immunity for Hillary Clinton staffer to testify on email server

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/sep/8/hillary-clinton-emails-senators

    Danger Will Robinson, Danger!💣💣💣💣💣

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  31. ZurichMike says:

    What I don’t understand is this: If Biden is as easily manipulated by big donors as Hillary, why not dump her now? What would a Trump vs. Biden match-up look like?

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    • Ziiggii says:

      It’s a fight for control of the DNC by Obama vs. the Clinton’s; right?

      I’d think the CoC et al would rather the one they as apposed to the one they don’t know completely. They (CoC) would rather the infighting stay inside the pig pin I would imagine. Until she is completely unable to pull the magical rabbit from the hat, like the Clinton’s always seem to do, the Biden sideshow will continue on….

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    • sundance says:

      Dump a Clinton? Good grief Mike, what happened to the last guy(s) who did that? That’s like breaking the code of Omerta on purpose.

      The “C” in the modern DNC is “Clinton”.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Cankles knows where the bodies are buried. If she doesn’t drop out on her own/get beaten fair and square, but is ‘removed’, maybe she’ll talk.
      Biden, imo, is risker than Cankles and less compelling to win, and I think Fauxahontas even as VP will have issues.
      Biden will not be as effective in pushing the agenda. He’s an idiot.

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    • Sandra says:

      Trump v Biden is already playing out in the polls. How nice of the polls to do the Dems’ research for them.

      I like this SurveyUSA result:

      General Election: Trump vs. Biden SurveyUSA Biden 42, Trump 44 Trump +2

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  32. NJF says:

    Ha, I still ha do hed the window open. Sorry it’s long, C&P 🙂

    Senators propose immunity for Hillary Clinton staffer to testify on email server

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/sep/8/hillary-clinton-emails-senator

    Hillary Clinton emails: Senators offer immunity to Bryan Pagliano for testimony

    Two top Senate investigators floated the idea of immunity Tuesday to Bryan Pagliano, the staffer who set up the email server in former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s home, in exchange for testimony about her activities.

    Mr. Pagliano last week said he would assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in refusing to answer questions about the matter, but Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson, the chairmen of two key committees investigating the situation, said they have authority to extend immunity if Mr. Pagliano is willing to talk.

    They proposed a proffer session, where Mr. Pagliano would let them know what he knows in an off-the-record setting, and all sides could then decide what steps to take.

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    “The Committees have the authority to obtain an immunity order, to acquire the information they need, while also protecting your right against self-incrimination,” the two senators wrote in a letter to Mr. Pagliano’s lawyer.

    The senators would need to coordinate with the Justice Department in order to secure an immunity deal.

    Their offer raises the stakes for Mr. Pagliano and could create more peril for Mrs. Clinton, who has insisted she complied with all laws when operating the server.

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    But after days of refusing to apologize for setting up her own server, Mrs. Clinton reversed course Tuesday and told ABC News that she was “sorry.”

    “In retrospect, as I look back at it now, even though it was allowed, I should have used two accounts — one for personal, one for work-related emails. That was a mistake. I’m sorry about that. I take responsibility,” Mrs. Clinton said in the TV interview.

    Pressed to clarify whether she made a mistake in setting up a private email account and private server to conduct official business, Mrs. Clinton responded: “I did. I did.”

    “As I said, it was allowed, and there was no hiding it. It was totally above board. Everybody in the government I communicated [with] — and that was a lot of people — knew I was using a personal email,” she said. “But I’m sorry that it has, you know, raised all of these questions. I do take responsibility for having made what is clearly not the best decision.”

    Mrs. Clinton repeated much of what she told ABC News — sometimes using the same words — in a Facebook entry posted Tuesday evening, telling users of the world’s biggest social-media outlet at the start that “I wanted you to hear this directly from me.”

    Mrs. Clinton’s acts of contrition comes as her campaign acknowledged that she must rework her image and try to regain her footing in the race. She’s lost ground in the polls, and a majority of voters say they don’t trust her, mostly due to the email controversy dogging her campaign.

    While offering an apology, Mrs. Clinton continued to insist that the email arrangement and the way she used it was “allowed” by the State Department, as she did in interviews Friday with NBC News and Monday with The Associated Press.

    Security experts have disputed Mrs. Clinton’s claim that she followed the law, saying that she handled hundreds of classified messages on the server.

    Mrs. Clinton has maintained that none of the messages were secret at the time she sent or received them, and were only upgraded now that they are being released to the public. The New York Times reported Tuesday, however, that a new review by the inspector general for the intelligence community has concluded two messages did contain information that was top secret at the time.

    Page 2 of 2

    The State Department contested that review, saying it was “premature.”

    John Kirby, a department spokesman, said they are doing their own analysis and “it’s not uncommon or atypical for there to be this kind of give-and-take between agencies on something like this.”

    The department, however, is reeling from the mess Mrs. Clinton left. It faces more than 30 open records lawsuits demanding the release of emails Mrs. Clinton and her top aides kept secret for years after they left government service.

    Last week the Obama administration sought to halt most of those lawsuits, asking the federal court in Washington to appoint a single judge to decide what to release and how quickly to do it.

    Judicial Watch, which alone accounts for 16 of the open records lawsuits, filed papers Tuesday opposing that move, saying the government hasn’t even said how many emails top Clinton aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills turned over last month.

    Facing embarrassing questions about its record-keeping, the State Department announced a new “transparency coordinator,” Ambassador Janice L. Jacobs, to try to get a handle on things. The RNC, however, said Ms. Jacobs has already contributed the maximum amount to Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign primary account, calling her independence into question.

    Mr. Kirby said she won’t be involved in the classification decisions concerning Mrs. Clinton’s emails.

    Mr. Pagliano was paid by Mrs. Clinton’s political operation through early 2009, then shifted over to the State Department, where he was an information technology specialist. At the same time, however, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign has said she paid him to maintain the server she kept at her New York home.

    Mr. Kirby, the State Department spokesman, refused to say whether Mr. Pagliano was required by department rules to report outside income paid to him by Mrs. Clinton.

    Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, Texas Republican, said he was familiar with discussions about offering immunity to Mr. Pagliano to testify and backed the proposal.

    “I think it sounds like a good idea,” said Mr. Cornyn, who also serves on the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

    “I think it is important to find out what the facts are, and I think that we don’t know what the facts are,” he said. “The FBI apparently is looking into it, but Congress [also] has … oversight responsibilities as well.”

    Continued from page 1

    The State Department contested that review, saying it was “premature.”

    John Kirby, a department spokesman, said they are doing their own analysis and “it’s not uncommon or atypical for there to be this kind of give-and-take between agencies on something like this.”

    The department, however, is reeling from the mess Mrs. Clinton left. It faces more than 30 open records lawsuits demanding the release of emails Mrs. Clinton and her top aides kept secret for years after they left government service.

    Last week the Obama administration sought to halt most of those lawsuits, asking the federal court in Washington to appoint a single judge to decide what to release and how quickly to do it.

    Judicial Watch, which alone accounts for 16 of the open records lawsuits, filed papers Tuesday opposing that move, saying the government hasn’t even said how many emails top Clinton aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills turned over last month.

    Facing embarrassing questions about its record-keeping, the State Department announced a new “transparency coordinator,” Ambassador Janice L. Jacobs, to try to get a handle on things. The RNC, however, said Ms. Jacobs has already contributed the maximum amount to Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign primary account, calling her independence into question.

    Mr. Kirby said she won’t be involved in the classification decisions concerning Mrs. Clinton’s emails.

    Mr. Pagliano was paid by Mrs. Clinton’s political operation through early 2009, then shifted over to the State Department, where he was an information technology specialist. At the same time, however, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign has said she paid him to maintain the server she kept at her New York home.

    Mr. Kirby, the State Department spokesman, refused to say whether Mr. Pagliano was required by department rules to report outside income paid to him by Mrs. Clinton.

    Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, Texas Republican, said he was familiar with discussions about offering immunity to Mr. Pagliano to testify and backed the proposal.

    “I think it sounds like a good idea,” said Mr. Cornyn, who also serves on the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

    “I think it is important to find out what the facts are, and I think that we don’t know what the facts are,” he said. “The FBI apparently is looking into it, but Congress [also] has … oversight responsibilities as well.”

    She’s toast if this kid gets immunity.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Note the surfacing of Colon Bowel. He said the same thing.. He said he had two emails. One secure and one personal. This is just what the hag says “she should have done.’ This is FISHY stuff going on. The RINOS in the senate are stirring around ahead of the Gowdy hearing. Obama is trying to get a controlled judge to take on the whole stinking thing. The establishment is on the move.

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      • NJF says:

        LOL Colon Bowel, it too me a sec or 2 to get that ☕️

        But, grrrrr, its other about the email per say….it’s the damn server! Wish that was highlighted more on LSM

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    • Cameraman says:

      That kid isn’t worried about incriminating himself. He’s worried about dying in unfortunate and unexpected circumstances (allegedly).

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  33. Tom22ndState says:

    Not even the Clinton’s can compete with the current regime when it comes to either ruthlessness or underhandedness. The steady cascade of leaks ensures that Emperor Hubris”s edicts could take root if the Biden/Warren onslaught is successful.

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  34. doodahdaze says:

    Maybe someone in the know might drop us some clues.

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    • sundance says:

      Howie, remember the “Intelligence Gang of Eight”? The congressional oversight group in charge of all things NSA/CIA sketchy. Remember them?

      Speaker of House.
      House Minority Leader
      Senate Majority Leader
      Senate Minority Leader
      Chairman of House Intelligence Committee
      Highest ranking minority party Chair of House Intel Committee
      Chairman of Senate Intelligence Committee
      Highest ranking minority party chair of Senate Intel Committee.

      Remember them?

      They all had to know what was going on with State Dept./CIA operations which took place as a consequence of Obama’s authorizing 2011, and 2012 “finding memo’s”…. everyone seems to forget that part.

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        So, are Senators Grassley and Johnson trying to nail Hillary before she’s to appear before the Benghazi committee on 10/22? Are they trying to protect McConnell and Boehner?

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  35. Sentient says:

    That cartoon just proves my point about goatees. Goldberg looks like serial killer “BTK” and Kevin D. Williamson looks like satanist Anton Lavey. What kind of a man gets up every day and shaves part of his face? Shave or don’t shave. Also, can guys give up the Yasser Arafat look?

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  36. jakeandcrew says:

    Hillary apologizes on Facebook, too. Things must be really bad in Hillary-land…

    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2015/09/09/hillary-writes-us-a-note-about-her-email-n2049688

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  37. jakeandcrew says:

    http://www.newsmax.com/t/newsmax/article/678624

    Very interesting stuff here – “Ed Klein: Hillary Advisor Urges Her to Cut a Deal on Email Scandal”

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  38. archer52 says:

    “I love the sorry about that Chief,” moment.

    What is she? Maxwell Smart?

    http://truthandcommonsense.com/2015/09/09/hillary-maxwell-smart-clinton-sorry-about-that-chief/

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