FW: Fwd: Dem-Wit

A liberal friend asked me what I thought he might need in order to defend his home and family from home invasion
I suggested a 9mm, a couple of clips, and a box of shells
  A few days later he sent me this picture and asked me how to make it all work.
  He voted for Obama twice and Hillary once.

Fwd: Fw: Former Asst FBI Director Unleashes on Hillary, Crimes "20 Times" Worse Than Watergate

Former Asst FBI Director Unleashes on Hillary, Crimes “20 Times” Worse Than Watergate

In a recent appearance on Fox Business’ “Varney and Co.,” former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom blasted members of the Obama administration and the Democrat Party — in particular Hillary Clinton — and said that there were crimes “20 times bigger than Watergate” that nobody was charged for.
Kallstrom, best known as the chief investigator into the 1996 explosion of TWA Flight 800 over Long Island Sound, retired from the FBI in 1998. He’s been known since as a political commentator, particularly on the Clintons and former FBI Director James Comey.
In his appearance last week, according to PJ Media, Kallstrom said that it “was obvious to anybody that knows anything” that former President Obama wasn’t going to let Hillary Clinton get indicted for her private email server, and said that current Attorney General Jeff Sessions was “in a coma” when it came to pursuing the former Democrat standard bearer.
Kallstrom said that part of the problem was that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — who appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel after Attorney General Sessions recused himself from all things Russia — was put in place at the Department of Justice by the Democrats and that the current investigation was like “this huge forest fire is burning up (Sessions’) real estate.
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“You don’t have to put your brother in there like Kennedy did,” Kallstrom said, referring to President Kennedy’s unusual move of apppointing his brother Robert F. Kennedy as attorney general. “But put somebody in there that agrees with the policies you’re trying to put together. Then Rosenstein throws this hand grenade at you by naming this counsel — which is B.S. — and putting Mueller, who has a conflict of interest 20 miles wide, in on the job.”
“I don’t know if it’s a conspiracy, but it sure smells like one.”
Meanwhile, he said that while the special counsel investigation continues without any apparent end game, there were plenty of things to investigate regarding the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton; “the unmaskings of names alone is a major scandal,” Kallstrom said.
“We got all these major crime things bubbling — all of which were 20 times bigger than Watergate! And nothing seems to be happening … the attorney general is in a coma!” Kallstrom exclaimed.
“The dogs are always going to bite your heels when you’re dealing with the Clintons,” Kallstrom said.
“Look how long the public, the American people have been dealing with the crime syndicate known as the Clinton Foundation… just look at what’s in the public domain. The Clintons have been taking advantage of their stations in life for so long.”
This isn’t just the email server, either. Kallstrom pointed to the Uranium One deal signed off on by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state and when former President Clinton “let our guidance technology for our ICBM missiles go to China.”
He also unloaded on James Comey for his lack of courage in refusing to recommend charges for Hillary.
“It turns out — unfortunately — he was a political hack,” was Kallstrom’s blunt assessment.
“I think he maybe started out in an honorable way. His opinion of himself is sky high — just an unbelievable guy with just an arrogance about him … It got him in trouble because I think he thought he was Superman and he found out that he wasn’t.”
Well, I don’t think that Mr. Kallstrom’s looking for an invite to the Clintons’ Chappaqua Christmas gathering. On the other hand, if Attorney General Sessions is looking for someone who’s going to aggressively look into Clinton’s dealings — albeit with more than just a soupçon of bias — Kallstrom certainly seems available.

This is alarming. This is the thinking that got us Bergdahl.

Army lifts ban on cutters, mentally ill and drug abusers to meet recruiting goals

Facing low recruitment levels, the U.S. Army quietly lifted its ban on allowing people with a history of mental illness, self-mutilation and drug abuse to serve in the military – despite warnings from the industry about the risks involved.
The new rules green-light recruits who have bipolar disorder, depression and issues with cutting – a process in which a person takes a knife or razor to his or her own skin – along with those who bite, hit or bruise themselves intentionally.
“I am shocked,” Craig Bryan, executive director of the National Center for Veterans Studies at The University of Utah, told Fox News. “This contradicts everything we have been working toward for the past 10-to-15 years.”
“This contradicts everything we have been working toward for the past 10-to-15 years.”
- Craig Bryan, National Center for Veterans Studies
Bryan says there is strong evidence to indicate self-injury is a “stepping stone to suicide” and is “the single strongest predictor of suicidal behavior.”
The Army signed off on the new policy in August but never announced it, according to USA Today, which first reported the news.
The decision to lift restrictions comes as the military looks like it will miss its goal of recruiting 80,000 new soldiers through September 2018.
In order to hit last year’s goal of 69,000 recruits, the Army also accepted men and women who did poorly on aptitude tests, increased the number of waivers for pot use and offered hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses.
In fiscal year 2017, it paid out $424 million in bonuses, up from $284 million in 2016. In 2014, that figure was $8.2 million. According to USA Today, some of the recruits qualified for bonuses of $40,000.
When it comes to mental health, recruits who would have previously been barred can submit waivers allowing them to sign up.
The change reverses an eight-year ban on the wavers following a spike of suicides.
The move is especially troubling following the Texas church massacre a week ago, in which 26 people were killed and another 20 injured when Devin Patrick Kelley, a veteran with a history of psychiatric problems, opened fire inside the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs.
Following the deadly episode, it was revealed that Kelley made death threats against his superiors and escaped from a mental hospital during his stint in the Air Force.  
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety shows Devin Kelley, the suspect in the shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. A short time after the shooting, Kelley was found dead in his vehicle. Federal investigators say they are trying to get into Kelley's cellphone. The inability to access Kelley's phone highlights a longstanding frustration of the FBI, which said it has been unable to retrieve data from half the mobile devices it tried to access in less than a year. Technology companies have insisted they must protect customers' digital privacy. (Texas Department of Public Safety via AP, File)
Kelley was kicked out of the military and later ran away from a mental institution.
Army spokesman Lt. Col. Randy Taylor says the waiver expansion was possible because the government has more access to applicants’ medical records.
“These records allow Army officials to better document applicant medical histories,” he said – but adds that the “waivers are not considered lightly.”
Dr. Joel Dvoskin, a clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the University of Arizona's Department of Psychiatry, told Fox News he believes lifting the ban is a step in the right direction.
“The label of mental illness is meaningless,” he said. “There are a ton of people who have a history of something – some kind of emotional trouble – and they are fine. There is no reason in the world they couldn’t serve in the military.”
He added, “Stereotypes are pretty evil all the way around. Because of the stigma (of mental illness), we stereotype them.”
Dvoskin said in some cases, mental illness might make would-be soldiers “tougher and better” as the result. 
But some say accepting recruits with mental health conditions – specifically cutting - puts others at risk, especially in high-pressure situations in the field.  
“Is it a red flag,” Elspeth Ritchie, a psychiatrist who retired from the Army in 2010, said. “The question is, how much of a red flag is it?”
According to the Army, recruits with a history of self-mutilation must provide documentation that includes a detailed statement from the applicant, medical records, photos submitted by the recruiter and a psych evaluation.
The Army says the burden of proof will be on the applicant to provide a case why a waiver should be considered.

Fwd: Fw: Is there anything CNN wouldn't do to defame the President - See the edited and unedited video

CNN just caught spreading lies again
NOVEMBER 7, 2017
by Stephen Dietrich, Managing Editor
Monday, CNN reporter Veronica Rocha was caught by none-other than The Washington Post selectively editing a moment of cultural exchange between Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The CNN   EDITED video

President Trump feeds fish with PM Shinzo Abe in Japan, then pours the entire box of food into the koi pond.
How embarrassing!
Except, of course, for one little fact.
Trump was following the Japanese prime minister’s lead.
Here’s the unedited video —
Play the WHOLE Video

Here's the unedited video of Trump following the PM's lead by tossing the remains of the fish food.
Of course, the anti-Trump propaganda the network runs needs a counter-point.
CNN is expressly pro-Democratic Party and higher-ups have ordered the network attack anyone that steps out of line… even former employees.
Executives at CNN have verbally ordered their employees to undermine the credibility of twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s critic Donna Brazile, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson reported Monday.
“According to highly informed sources we spoke to–highly informed–top management at CNN directed its employees to undermine Brazile’s credibility. Anchors and producers were vocally offended by her attacks on their friends, the Clintons,” Carlson reported. “If you’ve been watching that channel, you may have noticed CNN’s anchors suggesting that Donna Brazile cannot be trusted, precisely because she took part in efforts to break the primaries for Clinton.”
The order comes just one week after Brazile, an ex-CNN contributor and former DNC party chair, came forward with accusations that Clinton rigged the 2016 election and implied she may have ordered the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
Criticize the Clintons? One doesn’t simply become persona non grata within the Democratic Party.
CNN will verbally order their employees to discredit and shame critics — even historically pro-liberal leftists like Brazile.

CNN isn’t interested in the truth.
They’re goal is to remake the truth.
They would tell viewers the sky is purple if it hurt Trump or helped the Clintons.
— Stephen Dietrich is the Managing Editor of The Horn News
The Horn News Radio

Fwd: Fw: BREAKING: Robert Mueller's Corrupt Past Exposed - Time to Resign

BREAKING: Robert Mueller’s Corrupt Past Exposed – Time to Resign

November 4, 2017
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While Democrats have placed a lot of hope on the shoulders of special investigator Robert Mueller, Republicans and their conservative constituents are raising questions about his impartiality.
On Friday, Florida Republican Matt Gaetz, Arizona Republican Andy Biggs, and Texas Republican Louis Gohmert proposed in the House of Representatives that Mueller be forced to resign over “conflict of interest.” 

All three lawmakers specifically pointed to the fact that Mueller was the FBI Director during the days of the Uranium One deal, when the U.S. willingly sold twenty-percent of its uranium supply to Rosatom, a Russian company with deep ties to the Kremlin. A recent report from The Hill confirms that the FBI knew that the deal was fraught with bribery, kickbacks and possible pay-to-play corruption, yet did nothing.

So should a man who apparently consented to the coverup of one Russian corruption scandal be one charge of the investigation of a second? Gaetz, Biggs and Gohmert don’t think so:
“These deeply troubling events took place when Mr. Mueller was the Director of the FBI. As such, his impartiality is hopelessly compromised. He must step down immediately,” Rep. Gaetz said.

Mueller’s History, Part One

For the most part, Republicans in the House have focused on the fact that Mueller’s FBI was directly involved in the Uranium One deal. Namely, the FBI uncovered the fact that Rosatom and Russian agents were involved in money laundering, extortion, and bribes, and yet the FBI decided to sit on the information for years.

Mueller’s FBI also, thanks to Operation Ghost Stories, discovered that Russian intelligence agents had winnowed their way into Hillary Clinton’s inner circle.

Before these spies could be brought to trial, Secretary of State Clinton decided to let the accused return to Russia. The theory as to why Clinton made this decision involves the Uranium One deal. Namely, Clinton wanted to maintain good relations with Russia so that the deal could be finalized.

Note also, during this time Russian sources were happily forking over hefty donations to the Clinton Foundation. The New York Times admittedthis back in 2015, but are now singing a different tune because the Uranium One scandal is damaging both Mueller and Clinton.

Mueller’s History, Part Two

Robert Mueller has long worked in Washington, D.C. During the administration of George W. Bush, Mueller lied to Congress about the FBI’s illegal spying on antiwar groups.
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Given this history, and given the fact that Mueller’s prosecution team is full of Democratic donors, one must question why Mueller was given this task in the first place.
While Mueller is not under investigation for his role in the Uranium One scandal, it certainly should preclude him from holding the position of public trust he does now. Mueller should immediately resign as special prosecutor.

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