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Hillary Clinton Assails James Comey, Calling Email Decision ‘Deeply Troubling’

Source: New York Times

Hillary Clinton and her allies sprang onto a war footing on Saturday, opening a ferocious attack on the F.B.I.’s director a day after he disclosed that his agency was looking into a potential new batch of messages from her private email server.

“It is pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election,” Mrs. Clinton said at a rally in Daytona Beach, Fla. “In fact, it’s not just strange; it is unprecedented and it is deeply troubling.”

Leading Democrats and advisers to Mrs. Clinton expressed deep concern that the F.B.I.’s renewed attention to emails relating to the nominee would turn some voters against her, hurt party candidates in competitive House and Senate races, and complicate efforts to win over undecided Americans in the final days of the election.

Read more: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/10/30/us/politics/hillary-clinton-emails-fbi-anthony-weiner.html?smid=tw-share&referer=https://t.co/PE593P2iFR

Fire him.

Why Amy Chozick is the most dangerous journalist in the nation

The most famous newspaper in the world has assigned Amy Chozick to the Hillary Clinton beat. And she has responded by writing hit piece after his piece about Hillary Clinton's emails and other matters. Most misleading Anti-Clinton top stories in the New York Times feature Chozick as the author or co-author.

This is the same journalist who once wrote that Obama wasn't fat enough to be president: http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB121755336096303089

Her Twitter account is @amychozick

We are in the offensive now

Look up CNN's homepage. The top story reads "Comey sent letter anyway", where it is explained that the Attorney General to Comey not to send the letter to Congress about Hillary's emails.

At this point we are in the offensive, Clinton should stay in the offensive, and we should stay in the offensive against Republican renegade James Comey, who has joined forces with House Republicans to get Republican Donald Trump elected.

The President can fire the FBI director if he wants to

In a 2014 report titled "FBI Director: Appointment and Tenure", the Congressional Research Service noted:

"There are no statutory conditions on the President’s authority to remove the FBI Director."


FBI Director James B. Comey under fire for his controversial decision on the Clinton email inquiry

Source: Washington Post

This time the loudest criticism has come from Clinton and her supporters, who said Friday that Comey had provided too little information about the nature of the new line of investigation and allowed Republicans to seize political ground as a result. The inquiry focuses on Clinton emails found on a computer used by former congressman Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), now under investigation for sending sexually explicit messages to a minor, and top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, who is Weiner’s wife. The couple have since separated.

“It is extraordinary that we would see something like this just 11 days out from a presidential election,” John Podesta, the chairman of Clinton’s presidential campaign, said in a statement. “The Director owes it to the American people to immediately provide the full details of what he is now examining. We are confident this will not produce any conclusions different from the one the FBI reached in July.”

Officials familiar with Comey’s thinking said the director on Thursday faced a quandary over how to proceed once the emails, which number more than 1,000 and may duplicate some of those already reviewed, were brought to his attention.

Comey had just been briefed by a team of investigators who were seeking access to the emails. The director knew he had to move quickly because the information could leak out.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/fbi-director-james-b-comey-under-fire-for-his-controversial-decision-on-the-clinton-email-inquiry/2016/10/28/fbad009c-9d57-11e6-a0ed-ab0774c1eaa5_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_comey-810pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

CNN is trying hard to get Trump elected

Fox News propaganda is not as dangerous as the behavior of CNN right now.

Fox's rightful reputation as an arm of the GOP is common knowledge, and therefore many moderates and many independents dismiss it as garbage.

but look at the anti-Clinton alarmism on its website. People tend to believe that CNN is some sort of moderate unbiased outlet, and thus put a lot of weight on what they read our listens from them.

CNN will bear great responsibility fur Trump's rise to power if he is elected.

If Hillary wins her first move should be to fire Comey

Progressives can be great at law enforcement.
And Comey is a charlatan right winger.

Why did Obama appoint a Republican as head of the FBI?

What was he thinking?

H. A. Goodman has a new job

H.A. Goodman has a new job in the Daily Caller. His column today is titled "Clinton’s FBI Email Probe Was Almost Certainly A Cover-Up"

The Daily Caller is an American news and opinion website based in Washington, D.C.. It was founded by Tucker Carlson, a libertarian conservative[2][3] political pundit, and Neil Patel, former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney. The site's sections includes politics, business, world news, entertainment, sports, education, technology, outdoors, and energy.

Goodman immediately wrote a column claiming that the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton was a "cover-up"

Hillary whooping butt in Vermont

I have seen deplorables state that because Vermont is Bernie Sanders' state and Bernie supporters (allegedly) are mad at Hillary, then it follows that she might lose there. A new poll today shows that this was wishful thinking and bullshit:

Clinton (D) 50%
Trump (R) 22%
Johnson (L) 7%
Stein (G) 5%
(WCAX/Braun Research, LV, 10/19-22)

Vermonters strongly favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the presidential race, but nearly a quarter of voters plan to cast their ballots for someone else.

A new WCAX news poll shows the Democrat Clinton has support from 50 percent of respondents. Republican Donald Trump gets just 22 percent.

Some voters don't like either choice and 7 percent say they'll back Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, 5 percent favor the Green Party's Jill Stein and 10 percent say they plan to vote for someone else altogether.

Among those "other" candidates is Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. He won 85 percent of the vote in Vermont's Democratic primary and some voters wish he was on the November ballot

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