More Unflattering Hillary Revelations Exposed in New CHASING HILLARY Book

Jewish journalist Amy Chozick has been covering Hillary Clinton for a decade. She lets us in on a few secrets, although I suspect that she’s not telling anything close to what she knows about the real Crooked Hillary.

Excerpt from The Daily Beast


Chozick writes that the Clinton campaign, which she covered from the beginning, had reacted furiously to the prospect of a Joe Biden run, as floated first in an August 2015 Maureen Dowd Times column and then in a reported story by Chozick. In the book, she writes that “Biden had confided (off the record) to the White House press corps that he wanted to run, but he added something like ‘You guys don’t understand these people. The Clintons will try to destroy me.’”

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Hillary in the Crosshairs: AG Jeff Sessions Begins Probe of Uranium One Deal

American Attorney General Jeff Sessions, assuming he hasn’t been compromised, has just given the America people the best shot we may have at fulfilling our “Lock her up” dream to see Crooked Hillary and Rapist Bill inside a prison in orange uniforms.

Excerpt from NBC News

On the orders of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Justice Department prosecutors have begun asking FBI agents to explain the evidence they found in a now dormant criminal investigation into a controversial uranium deal that critics have linked to Bill and Hillary Clinton, multiple law enforcement officials told NBC News.

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Bill Clinton Launches Ugly Attack on President Trump without Naming Him, Citing “division”

LOOK! A SQUIRREL!

Bill Clinton is much better at bullsh*tting than Hillary ever could be.

His idea of the perfect America, an idea that has paid him well, is a country in which white people passively take the sh*t shoved down their throats by the (((globalists))) and their dark-tinted pets without complaining. Bill calls it inclusive nationalism. I call it bullsh*t.

Clinton should go back to raping women and visiting Pedophile Island. We’re on to him now and if there’s such a thing as justice, he’ll be locked up soon.

Daily Mail

Bill Clinton went on the assault against sitting President Donald Trump over his travel ban and a range of other issues, finally responding to the Republican’s attacks on his legacy.

Clinton, in a New York Times op-ed, ripped Trump’s America and the social platforms and media outlets that allow him to spread ‘division.’

‘Our most important challenge is deciding who we Americans really are — as citizens, communities and a nation. On that, all else depends,’ Clinton assesses.

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Laura Loomer Gets a NOSE JOB and Tweets Something Really Damning About Bill Clinton

I HAVEN’T SEEN THIS PIC OF LAURA LOOMER BEFORE.

All I have for this post are the two Tweets by Laura Loomer on Saturday.

I wonder what her new nose looks like. Someone should do a side-by-side comparison. That may be it in the pic above. I can’t tell.

Anyway, although you guys don’t like her, I think she wants acceptance. Andrew Anglin was saying bad things about her on the Daily Stormer recently. Blah! You can have at her, but she’s just another alt-light troll with chutzpah.

The second Tweet says Laura has sources that tell her that Bill Clinton allowed Kevin Spacey to have homosexual sex in a presidential motorcade some 18 years ago.

That’s not the big Clinton story of the day, but it may help drive another nail in his coffin if the story gains traction.

ANOTHER LOOMER PIC NEW TO ME. STILL CAN’T TELL ABOUT THE NOSE.

Trump Wants to Reform Welfare, Claims “people are taking advantage of the system”

The obvious question to ask is if Trump proposes welfare reform, will the establishment Republicans like McCain, Ryan, Graham, and so forth really support his efforts or will they sabotage them?

Get ready for 2018 and the battle to end Bill Clinton’s welfare system.

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Overhauling welfare was one of the defining goals of Bill Clinton’s presidency, starting with a campaign promise to “end welfare as we know it,” continuing with a bitter policy fight and producing change that remains hotly debated 20 years later.

Now, President Donald Trump wants to put his stamp on the welfare system, apparently in favor of a more restrictive policy. He says “people are taking advantage of the system.”

Trump, who has been signaling interest in the issue for some time, said this past week that he wants to tackle the issue after the tax overhaul he is seeking by the end of the year. He said changes were “desperately needed in our country” and that his administration would soon offer plans.

For now, the president has not offered details. Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said more specifics were likely early next year. But the groundwork has already begun at the White House and Trump has made his interest known to Republican lawmakers.

Paul Winfree, director of budget policy and deputy director of Trump’s Domestic Policy Council, told a recent gathering at the conservative Heritage Foundation that he and another staffer had been charged with “working on a major welfare reform proposal.” He said they have drafted an executive order on the topic that would outline administration principles and direct agencies to come up with recommendations.

“The president really wants to lead on this,” Winfree said. “He has delivered that message loud and clear to us. We’ve opened conversations with leadership in Congress to let them know that that is the direction we are heading.”

Trump said in October that welfare was “becoming a very, very big subject, and people are taking advantage of the system.”

Clinton ran in 1992 on a promise to change the system but struggled to get consensus on a bill, with Democrats divided and Republicans pushing aggressive changes. Four years later, he signed a law that replaced a federal entitlement with grants to the states, placed a time limit on how long families could get aid and required recipients to go to work eventually.

It has drawn criticism from some liberal quarters ever since. During her presidential campaign last year, Democrat Hillary Clinton faced activists who argued that the law fought for by her husband punished poor people.

Kathryn Edin, a professor at Johns Hopkins University who has been studying welfare since the 1990s, said the law’s legacy has been to limit the cash assistance available to the very poor and has never become a “springboard to work.” She questioned what kinds of changes could be made, arguing that welfare benefits are minimal in many states and there is little evidence of fraud in other anti-poverty programs.

Hillary Clinton: ‘Very Credible’ Sexual Assault Allegations Against Donald Trump Should Be Investigated

According to Hillary Clinton, President Trump and Roy Moore should confess to the accusations against them because that’s what Al Franken did.

The only thing is that there’s a picture of Al Franken doing his dirty deed, while the accusations against the President and against Roy Moore leave a lot of questions open.

The only talent that Hillary has ever had is the talent to deflect. Deflecting from her problems is the goal here. It’s not working.

Time

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for more investigation into sexual assault allegations brought against President Donald Trump, equating them with those leveled against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

“We have a man who’s accused of sexual assault sitting in the Oval Office, don’t we? The very credible accusations against him have not been taken seriously,” Clinton said during an interview with 77 WABC Radio’s Rita Cosby. “We can’t excuse the president from this debate.”

Later, Clinton added that Trump “has disgraced the office.”

During the interview, Clinton also praised the way Sen. Al Franken dealt with sexual misconduct allegations recently brought against him, saying his actions provide a model for men like Trump and Moore.

“Al’s very quick acceptance of responsibility and apology and his willingness to be investigated and to take the consequences is the kind of accountability I’m talking about,” she said. “I don’t hear that from Roy Moore or Donald Trump, do you?”

Clinton also addressed her husband’s checkered past — which includes a series of sexual assault allegations in the late 1990s, some of which Clinton publicly denied — after being pressed by Cosby, standing by the investigation into his actions.

“I think every situation has to be judged on its own merit,” she said. “You should give the people who make such allegations the benefit of the doubt, that’s what our system does, but then you have to investigate them, and that’s what happened in the late ’90s.”

Hillary Clinton’s response regarding her sexual predator husband is completely inadequate. She has nothing of value to say to average Americans.

Styx weighs in on “insane” Hillary:

The following comment left on Styx’s video is one that I agree with. Something big is up, most likely more accusations against Trump:

I wouldn’t doubt if the entire sex scandal environment that has been built now, the sacrifice of Dems and celebs, the hit Franken took, and the admission by Dems that Bill is a sleaze bag was all to set the stage to make an attack on Trump with fallacious claims. Mark my words. It’s why Hillary is mentioning this now. Dems are sleazy liars and hysterical fools, but they a crafty.

Hillary Clinton Says President Trump is “obsessed” with Her

Politico

Former secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Saturday described President Donald Trump as “obsessed” with her continued public presence.

“Apparently, you know, my former opponent is obsessed with my speaking out,” Clinton said in an appearance alongside her husband, former President Bill Clinton, at a forum in Little Rock, Arkansas, commemorating the 25th anniversary of his election. “Apparently there was another, somebody told me, tweet today. Honestly, between tweeting and golfing, how does he get anything done? I don’t understand it. Maybe that’s the whole point.”

How did Crooked Hillary get anything done? I don’t understand it. Between making out with Huma and working on uranium deals, she couldn’t have gotten much done.

Trump revived his “Crooked Hillary” moniker via Twitter on Saturday morning, claiming that his vanquished general election opponent is the “worst (and biggest) loser of all time.”

“She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party,” the president tweeted. “Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!”

Clinton said in her Little Rock speech she wouldn’t be silenced. “I’m gonna keep speaking out,” she said.

She dominated Saturday’s conversation, which was moderated by James Carville, a Bill Clinton campaign veteran and Hillary Clinton campaign adviser.

She criticized the current administration for pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement, failing to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program and promoting what she called the “fairy tale” that trickle-down economics will “make everything great.”

“Yeah, we may be cutting Medicare and Medicaid and health care and make it more expensive to go to school and all the stuff that they’re trying to do in Washington, but it’s all gonna work out,” she said sarcastically. “It’s such nonsense.”

She also mocked Trump for his approach to foreign policy, contrasting his Twitter diplomacy to her husband’s approach to international issues.

“There was nothing fast and easy about it,” she said. “He didn’t tweet about it. He got to work about it, and he actually got it done.”

While Clinton appeared to take ownership for her unexpected loss last November, she also blamed what she maintained was the “perfect storm” of outside factors, including Russia’s election meddling and former FBI director James Comey’s 11th-hour decision to publicize the bureau’s late examination of emails related to her use of a private server during her time as secretary under President Barack Obama.

Clinton, who lost the election despite winning nearly 3 million more popular votes, told Mother Jones in an interview published Friday that “there are lots of questions about” the legitimacy of Trump’s election.

In a separate interview Friday, Clinton told WABC’s Rita Cosby that there is nothing she admires about Trump’s presidency.

“The answer is absolutely no,” she said. “I didn’t think he’d be as bad as he turned out to be.”

And while much of her rhetoric reflected on her and her husband’s experience in the 1992 campaign and the next eight years in the White House, she repeatedly knocked Trump and his administration.

“There is no such thing as an alternative fact,” she said at one point, referencing the term White House counselor Kellyanne Conway coined. “It does not exist — in politics or in nature. And it was astonishing to me the things people believed about me in this campaign.

Clinton recalled voters telling the people who knocked on doors for her: “Well, I can’t support her. She killed somebody; I can’t support her. She runs a child trafficking ring in the basement of a pizzeria.”

“Oh yeah,” she said they would reply when others said such rumors weren’t true: “’I saw it on the Internet.’”

Clinton said when she talks about “What Happened,” the title of her 2016 memoir, she’s “very focused on making sure it doesn’t happen again.”

“So that’s why I am speaking out and going to continue to speak out, and I’m going to do everything I can to try to have an election in 2018 that’s about real things,” she said.

Hillary Clinton was always meddling in government affairs when she was the First Lady. She’s mad for power and she believes that she can do a better job at anything than any man.