FWD: Hopeful Humor

Subject: FW: Hopeful Humor

Sent: Monday, January 4, 2016 11:02 AM
Subject: Hopeful Humor


gruaud said...

Katie Hopkins is the UK version of Ann Coulter, so you can do the math.

ferschitz said...


I'm not sure who "Trum" is and why his/her election to ??? would cause Rosie O'Donnell to move to Canada.

CharlieE said...

How odd that the creator of this RWF is so concerned with the plight of three people.

I'd be more concerned about the plight of three hundred million people should Donald Trump become President.

The Right's odd preoccupation with Hillary is just...strange.

Mike Hawk said...

Strange? Why CharlieE????

It's crazy to think that Hillary may be our next president.

She's one corrupt, opportunistic, immoral, BITCH!!!

Somehow, many libs think she's just terrific...

What are these many libs smoking?

Mike Hawk

CharlieE said...

@Mike Hawk

If you believe that Hillary Clinton has committed crimes that justify incarceration, I'd suggest that you contact the authorities.

That still doesn't tell me why so many Right Wing forwards mock her or why so many Republicans seem to be unable to focus on anything else.

Personally, I have no opinion of her either way, nor have I seen any hard evidence that she's committed any crimes.

Mike Hawk said...

Here ya go, CharlieE...you fokin' DOPE! I do believe the FBI
has mo' than plenty to work with...for the time being.

Former U.S. Attorneys Predict Criminal Charges in FBI’s Probe of Clinton Server

‘What the Clinton people did was a clear violation of federal criminal law’

Two former U.S. attorneys said the FBI will likely reach a determination in the next few months in its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, and based on publicly available evidence said the bureau could have a strong criminal case.

“I expect the FBI to conclude the investigation within 60 to 90 days and make a recommendation to the Justice Department, and I believe they will recommend a series of charges involving the classified information,” said Joseph DiGenova, who was U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia during the Reagan administration.

The FBI has been investigating whether classified information was mishandled over Clinton’s private email server since at least August. The probe reportedly has expanded to include contracts awarded by the State Department in relation to Clinton Foundation donors.

“These classified information cases are relatively simple cases to get into, and the FBI knows that what the Clinton people did with regard to her server was a clear violation of federal criminal law,” DiGenova added. “It is the negligent handling of classified information, which is prohibited by statute, and this is a gross example of it, and it dwarfs the information in the [David] Petraeus case.”

Matthew Whitaker, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa under President George W. Bush, said there is growing public evidence that laws were broken.

“Based on what we know in the public record, I think there are some serious legal violations,” said Whitaker. “There’s got to be more that we don’t know. I think that could be really incriminating evidence, if it’s like anything we’ve already seen.”

Whitaker, who runs the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, a watchdog group that has been critical of Clinton, said the decision about whether to pursue a criminal case will ultimately depend on the Department of Justice. But he said the Fox News report on Monday about expansion of the FBI investigation puts more pressure on that department to take the investigation seriously.

“I think the effect is it puts some pressure on the Department of Justice to not sweep this under the rug, to otherwise ignore inconvenient facts for secretary Clinton,” said Whitaker.

DiGenova said the most prudent move for Attorney General Loretta Lynch would be to appoint a special counsel if the FBI does recommend criminal charges.

“If Loretta Lynch is smart, which I think she is, she will punt on this and send it to a special counsel so she doesn’t have to decide what to do,” said DiGenova.

According to DiGenova, the FBI has devoted significant resources to the investigation, including over 100 agents.

Mike Hawk

Anonymous said...

Quoting the Washington Free Beacon? That's right in keeping with your lack of intelligence. Maybe you can quote Newsmax and World Nut Daily for the trifecta.

Anonymous said...

Yes sir; looks like if Hillary is elected Prez, that she'll be shuffling back and forth between the White House and the Court House.

(CNN - Clinton News Network)—The FBI is looking into the security used to protect Hillary Clinton's private email system, David Kendall, Clinton's lawyer, said Tuesday.

The Washington Post first reported that the FBI was looking into Clinton's private email set up during her time as Secretary of State, particularly the security used to protect information on the server that Clinton housed at her Chappaqua, New York, home. In a statement to CNN, Kendall confirmed that report.

"Quite predictably, after the IC (intelligence community) IG (inspector general) made a referral to ensure that materials remain properly stored, the government is seeking assurance about the storage of those materials," Kendall said in a statement.

Kendall added that he and his client were "actively cooperating" with the inquiry, but Clinton's aides looked to cast the report as old news on Tuesday night.

"WaPo story tonite doesnt change anything we knew 10 days ago after NYT fixed botched report: IG sent ask to DOJ to confirm emails are secure," Brian Fallon, Clinton's press secretary, tweeted shortly after the story published.

Clinton's exclusive use of a private email at State -- and the security of sensitive information on her server -- has been the subject of near constant attention since the set up was reported in March.

The intelligence community and State Department inspectors general disclosed late last month that some of Hillary Clinton's emails contained classified information that was not identified correctly. Because it was not marked as classified, it is unclear whether Clinton realized she was potentially compromising classified information.

The story of the inspectors general reports was first published by The New York Times. The paper, though, botched its report and had to alter the story after it first suggested Clinton was the focus of a federal criminal investigation. That turned out to be incorrect and though the Times issued a correction, the story was widely discredited by pro-Clinton Democrats and the Clinton campaign.

Clinton has repeatedly denied that she ever sent classified info.

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