BREAKING : Investigative Reporter James O’Keefe Files Suit Against Hillary and The DNC



A federal elections commission suit was filed against Hillary Clinton and the DNC by undercover reporter James O’Keefe and Project Veritas.

O’Keefe and Project Veritas filed an official complaint with the Federal Election Commission.

This action comes after O’Keefe released two videos exposing “domestic terrorism” and “voter fraud” by a Hillary/DNC/White House operatives.

The establishment media was forced to cover O’Keefe’s videos after one subject, Robert Creamer, announced he would quit working for the DNC.

Leaked Email Reveals Sady Doyle, Other Liberal Bloggers Coordinated with Clinton Campaign on Sanders Hits

By Joe Allen  |  October 21, 2016  |

As WikiLeaks continues to leak emails from the Clinton campaign, new lights are shed on the tactics that the campaign has employed. In one such email, the Clinton campaign describes a call with several bloggers who discussed attacks that could be made against Clinton’s primary opponent Bernie Sanders related to racial and reproductive rights.


These liberal bloggers include Sady Doyle and The Guardian‘s Jessica Valenti, who published a piece on Sanders abortion “platitudes” only days later. Another email thread suggests that while the Clinton campaign was aware of these hits, they were eager to keep their role in the pieces a secret.


While at least part of this can be explained away under the guise of normal campaign strategy, these emails do play into the serious problems that many already believe Clinton has. Not only did her campaign attempt to keep their role in these articles a secret, they also took advantage of connections in a way that plays into the narrative of Clinton as an “establishment” candidate.

With Clinton’s lead in the polls solid, it’s unclear if these new leaks will do substantial damage, even if they don’t necessarily help her. After all, her opponent is degrading democracy itself by spurning the peaceful transition of presidential power.

Sanders, meanwhile, has thrown his full support behind Clinton, and has argued publicly that his supporters’ goal should be to elect her.

MS-13 Gang Violence Rages in Long Island…

For the fifth time since September, police have discovered the remains of a teenager in Brentwood, a community plagued by gang violence.

The body of Jose Pena-Hernandez, 18, of Brentwood, was found Monday in a wooded area at Pilgrim Psychiatric Center.

An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death, but police said the case was being investigated as a homicide.

Hernandez, who police say was a known gang member, was reported missing in June. Suffolk County police believe he was beaten to death.

“We didn’t find those remains by accident,” said Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy Sini. “We are putting an enormous amount of pressure on the criminal element in the Brentwood area.”

The heat, police say, has led to the arrests of 25 known gang members on a wide range of charges since Sept. 13th. But five of them face federal charges, which carry much longer sentences.

“They have a choice to make. They either are going to spend their adult lives in prison, perhaps their entire life in prison, or they’re going to cooperate with law enforcement.” said Sini.

Oscar Acosta, who had been missing since May, and Miguel Garcia- Moran, who had been missing since February, were not members of the gang. Their remains were found last month.

Suffolk County Police confirmed all three of the murders are related.

Four Brentwood High School teens were killed or found dead within the past six weeks, all suspected victims of gang violence.

Investigators began discovering the corpses on Sept. 13, when the badly beaten body of Nisa Mickens was found on a tree-lined street in Brentwood, a day before her 16th birthday. A day later, the beaten body of her lifelong friend, 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas, was discovered in the wooded backyard of a nearby home.

The teenagers had been inseparable and shared an interest in basketball.

Days later, police discovered the skeletal remains of Acosta, 19, and Garcia-Moran, 15, in a remote industrial area of the town.

While investigators say the murders of Mickens and Cuevas are gang-related, they are not linked to the latest arrests.

“Two girls brutally murdered on the streets of Brentwood, we have three missing boys who we know were victims of murder, we have the additional murder of Mr. Stacks,” said Sini. “We have a lot of cases that we need to get to the bottom of, and we will.”

A man identified as Dewann A.S. Stacks of Brentwood was found severely injured in the middle of a road in Brentwood last week and died at the scene.

In the wake of the deaths, school administrators warned students not to wear clothing that risked offending vicious street gangs.

There have been no arrests.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)


“I’m going to first of all denounce the utilization of this intrusion by Wikipedia through the Russian intrusion”

OCTOBER 21, 2016

Democratic Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee was mocked online Friday after blaming “Wikipedia” for the recent publication of political documents.

During an interview on MSNBC, Lee mistook the Internet encyclopedia for publishing organization WikiLeaks after being questioned on Hillary Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta’s leaked emails.

“I’m going to first of all denounce the utilization of this intrusion by Wikipedia through the Russian intrusion,” Lee said.

The WikiLeaks Task Force, a Twitter account created to correct “misinformation” about WikiLeaks, brought attention to Lee’s comments Friday afternoon.


Lee’s interview follows WikiLeaks 14th publication of Podesta emails which have thus far exposed everything from the media’s close ties with the Clinton campaign to Hillary’s private Wall Street speeches.

Podesta was hacked last March after clicking on a phishing link that led to a fake Google login page. Private cybersecurity firm SecureWorks has blamed the Russian government for hacking Podesta after discovering the hackers’ account on Bitly – a hyperlink shortening service – which had sent malicious links to 100 email addresses connected to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

The Obama administration asked the CIA to prepare possible retaliation scenarios against the Russian government last Friday just one week afterpublicly blaming the Kremlin.

State Department releases 122 Clinton emails

A small batch of emails dating back to Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state has been made public. The release is part of approximately 15,000 previously undisclosed Clinton emails that the State Department was ordered to produce.

The emails can be read in the State Department’s Virtual Reading Room.

Several emails from August 2011, related to a conference call with Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, were redacted in their entirety. So was another email, forwarded from Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan, with the subject heading “I know this doesn’t help matters…”

A dozen emails involve Bill Clinton aide Oscar Flores, a retired US Navy officer, while the rest are mainly traffic between Hillary Clinton and her aide Huma Abedin.

A November 25, 2010 message from Abedin to Clinton, simply titled “Saudis,” reads: “Just heard back from Jeff who spoke with Saud. they were very touched by your offer and will convey to king [the rest is redacted].”


Later that day, Clinton is asking Abedin if she got a prior email asking “if I was supposed to bring up [redacted],” related to the Reuters report of WikiLeaks releasing US diplomatic cables. At 3:30 AM on November 26, Abedin replies with, “Yes I did and just responded. And I’m also checking if [redacted].”

READ MORE: FBI releases 58 pages of Clinton email probe

Since the beginning of October, the State Department released nearly 2,000 emails it received from Hillary Clinton, covering “a wide range of topics.”


Its next two batches of emails are expected to be posted on the FOIA page just a few days before the presidential election, on November 3 and 4. After that, the Department will have 500 emails to review monthly “until the entire collection of records was reviewed for public release.”