More Clinton Corruption
New Wikileaks are revealing the extent of the corruption at the Obama Justice Department and why it is essential that Donald Trump prevail. As we reported last week, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, was having regular dinners with a very close friend, Peter Kadzik, a top official at the Department of Justice, while Hillary was under investigation. We have learned from the latest batch of Wikileaks that Kadzik was also tipping off Podesta about the status of various Clinton investigations. But there’s more.
New Wikileaks are revealing the extent of the corruption at the Obama Justice Department and why it is essential that Donald Trump prevail.
As we reported last week, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, was having regular dinners with a very close friend, Peter Kadzik, a top official at the Department of Justice, while Hillary was under investigation.
We have learned from the latest batch of Wikileaks that Kadzik was also tipping off Podesta about the status of various Clinton investigations.
But there’s more.
Kadzik and his wife are Clinton/Kaine donors, and, worst of all, Kadzik appears to be leading the newly re-opened investigation of Hillary Clinton!
Where is the outrage by the media and the GOP leadership in Congress?
How can anyone think it is a good idea for a Clinton donor to be in charge of the Clinton investigation, especially when that donor is a longtime friend of the Clinton campaign chairman?
Kadzik should immediately recuse himself. If he does not, members of Congress should demand his resignation or move to impeach him. And they should demand a special prosecutor take over the Clinton investigation.
But wait… There’s more.
Bill and Hillary recently bought a home next door to their Chappaqua estate. It’s their third million-dollar mansion. They bought it so that Chelsea and the grandkids would have a place to stay when they come to visit.
But in typical Clinton fashion, they didn’t get the necessary permits when they started massive renovations on the property.
No matter the issue — national security secrets or local permits — the Clintons just don’t think the rules apply to them.
By the way, the Trump-Pence campaign is taking full advantage of the latest headlines, slamming Hillary’s corruption in a powerful new ad. Watch it here.
Obama Lectures Men
Barack Obama has a message for all the men in America. During a campaign speech in Columbus, Ohio, Obama said that America has to “get over the hump” and elect its first female president. Obama said, “[T]here’s a reason why we haven’t had a woman president before…”
Yes, there certainly is, Mr. Obama, and you are one of the reasons. You beat Hillary Clinton in 2008!
Obama went on to say: “I want every man out there who’s voting to kind of look inside yourself and ask yourself … how much of it is that we’re just not used to it… [W]hen a guy is ambitious … well, that’s okay; but when a woman suddenly does it suddenly you’re all like, well, why is she doing that?”
Men in America do not have a problem with ambitious women or voting for women. Male voters elected Senators Joni Ernst and Deb Fischer. Male voters elected Governors Nikki Haley, Susana Martinez and Mary Fallin. I could go on, but you get the point.
What voters — men and women — object to isn’t Hillary’s gender, but her extreme left-wing positions, her lying, her corruption and her scandals.
Kudos To Cruz
Senator Ted Cruz waged a tough primary battle against Donald Trump. Monday, he voted his conscience, and he voted a straight Republican ticket, including for the Trump-Pence team.
Senator Cruz urged all conservative voters to do the same. “I encourage conservatives to come out all across Houston, all across the State of Texas,” Cruz said. “It’s all about turnout and that’s why [we] need people to come out and vote.”
Meanwhile in Utah [Tuesday], Republican leaders held a rally at the state capitol urging voters to stand with Donald Trump.
“[Trump] is tough, he’s smart, he knows how to make decisions… He’s exactly what we need right now,” Sen. Orrin Hatch said. “To really know Hillary Clinton is to want anybody other than her,” Hatch added.
Rep. Chris Stewart said, “It is time for us to rally around and to support the Republican nominee. The future of our country hangs in the balance.”
State Representative Jake Anderegg stood on the capitol steps three weeks ago and endorsed independent candidate Evan McMullin. But [Tuesday] he was with Sen. Hatch and Rep. Stewart. Rep. Anderegg told the crowd, “I just stopped and thought, ‘I’m on the wrong ship.’”
If you know of any conservative voters who are still on the fence about voting for Donald Trump and Mike Pence, urge them to read Senator Cruz’s powerful endorsement letter.
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