Notice Anything Abnormal About Hillary at Her Philadelphia Rally? Take a Good Close Look…


Hillary’s health is a major question.

The media pretends it’s off limits but they think we forgot about how they treated John McCain, Bob Dole, and every Republican ever.

Lately, people are wondering what is going on with her eyes at various rallies.

Check out this video for yourself…

stooky bird

Free college       Hilary aint going to be able to do nothing but deepen the racial divide that the HNIC started. free college is socialism. college isn’t even about education anymore.

Here she goes pandering to young people and ethnic groups with broken promises, they are not buying it bitch they are getting smart, Trump in November 2017 – 2024.
Sadie Blue

She bussed in high school kids for this event. There was only like 50 people there
Veritas Mastix

Nothing like the “anti-big bank” candidate, who is promising to help everyone refinance their unpaid loans. Lolololololololololololol……
Mandy Candy

Now it’s her eyes (that I can see nothing wrong with)? Stick with stuff that matters, ok? There’s enough topics mature grown ups can talk about to determine if she’d make a good president or not and whether Trump would be any better. Consider third party candidates, folks, if you’re wondering, who of the two is worse. We don’t want a bad or worse president, do we?

Her eyes? look at the dude with the sunglasses in the back, they look like blurry huge emoji eyes😄

Obama used a pseudonym in emails with Clinton, FBI documents reveal

The State Department has refused to make public that and other emails Hillary Clinton exchanged with Barack Obama. | Getty

09/23/16 06:27 PM EDT

Updated 09/24/16 03:35 PM EDT

President Barack Obama used a pseudonym in email communications with Hillary Clinton and others, according to FBI records made public Friday.

The disclosure came as the FBI released its second batch of documents from its investigation into Clinton’s private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.

The 189 pages the bureau released includes interviews with some of Clinton’s closest aides, such as Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills; senior State Department officials; and even Marcel Lazar, better known as the Romanian hacker “Guccifer.”

In an April 5, 2016 interview with the FBI, Abedin was shown an email exchange between Clinton and Obama, but the longtime Clinton aide did not recognize the name of the sender.

“Once informed that the sender’s name is believed to be pseudonym used by the president, Abedin exclaimed: ‘How is this not classified?'” the report says. “Abedin then expressed her amazement at the president’s use of a pseudonym and asked if she could have a copy of the email.”

The State Department has refused to make public that and other emails Clinton exchanged with Obama. Lawyers have cited the “presidential communications privilege,” a variation of executive privilege, in order to withhold the messages under the Freedom of Information Act.

The report doesn’t provide more details on the contents of that particular email exchange, but says it took place on June 28, 2012, and had the subject line: “Re: Congratulations.” It may refer to the Supreme Court’s ruling that day upholding a key portion of the Obamacare law.

It’s been known since last year that Obama and Clinton corresponded occasionally via her private account, but the White House has insisted Obama did not know she relied on it routinely and exclusively for official business.

A report on the FBI’s June 7, 2016 interview with “Guccifer” confirms FBI Director James Comey‘s claim that Lazar falsely asserted that he’d surreptitiously accessed Clinton’s server.

“Lazar began by stating that he had never claimed to hack the Clinton server. [An FBI agent] then advised that Fox News had recently published an article which reported that Lazar had claimed to hack the Clinton server. Lazar then stated that he recalled the interview with Fox News, and that he had lied to them about hacking the Clinton server.”

Additional FBI interviewees whose reports were made public Friday included Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s policy planning director; Bryan Pagliano, a former Clinton technology aide; Monica Hanley, a veteran Clinton aide who worked for her in the Senate and at State; and Sidney Blumenthal, Clinton’s longtime confidant.

Hanley revealed in her FBI interview that she had no idea where a thumb drive she used to store an archive of Clinton’s emails had gone. Hanley searched for the thumb drive, which the FBI described as “something she happened to have laying around the house,” several times but was unable to find it.

The interviews provide more insight into Clinton’s lack of technical acumen. According to the FBI’s Abedin writeup, she “could not use a computer”; Hanley said Clinton had no idea what her own email password was, and had to rely on aides.

The so-called “302” reports also detail FBI interviews with former Secretary of State Colin Powell, former CIA acting director Mike Morell, State Department official Pat Kennedy, State Department Inspector General Steve Linick, Bill Clinton aide Justin Cooper, former diplomatic security chief Eric Boswell and longtime diplomat Lewis Lukens.

Some of the interview reports had the subject’s name removed on privacy grounds before the records were released. Many of those people seem to be computer technicians or lower-level State Department officials.

The FBI published 58 pages of documents earlier this month that revealed Clinton had relied on others’ judgment to not send her classified material during email correspondences.

“Clinton did not recall receiving any emails she thought should not be on an unclassified system,” the FBI said in its Sept. 2 report. “She relied on State officials to use their judgment when emailing her and could not recall anyone raising concerns with her regarding the sensitivity of the information she received at her email address.”

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Trump Seizes Control of Ohio From Johnny “Pancakes” Kasich



John Kasich is arguably one of the most hated “Republicans” around.

Not only has he refused to honor the PLEDGE he made, stating he’d support the Republican nominee, but he’s stated that he will not vote for Trump.

So, Kasich is officially “With Her.”

It’s been rumored that Kasich and his band of merry establishment hacks have been sabotaging Trump’s ground game efforts in Ohio.

We’re happy to report that Trump has seized control and has 100 percent control of the Ohio ground game.

From Breitbart:

Donald Trump has quietly seized control of Ohio’s ground game from John Kasich’s state party with the help of the Republican National Committee.

Breitbart reported: “Kasich is a non-factor. There’s nobody here on the ground taking John Kasich seriously at all, that’s just the media driving that. He’s having no effect on people on the ground whatsoever,” top Ohio tea party activist Tom Zawistowski told Breitbart News. “He’s angered a lot of people.” Trump’s victory over Kasich was cemented Tuesday when the Ohio Republican Party blasted out a press release announcing that the Trump-Pence ticket had opened 32 new “Victory Centers” in the state, and the centers are to be controlled by Trump-Pence.

That’s significant because Ohio’s “Victory Centers,” which volunteers and staffers operate out of, used to be controlled by the state party. For a long time even after Trump became the presumptive nominee, those Victory Centers were getting out the vote for Senate candidate Rob Portman but not for Trump.

In mid-August, shortly after activists caught some state party officials trying to get signatures to help Libertarian Gary Johnson, the game changed. Breitbart News received a tip that the headquarters for all of the state’s Victory Centers would be moved out of a state party office and into a new office in Columbus paid for by the Trump campaign. The shakeup was enough to boost Trump in Ohio over the last couple weeks. Trump is leading Hillary Clinton in the most recent Suffolk University poll, 42 percent to 39 percent.

‘Like candy’: Clinton staffers given immunity deals by FBI – GOP lawmaker

Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, and two other staff members, were granted partial immunity deals in exchange for their cooperation with the FBI, according to a Republican congressman.

“No wonder they couldn’t prosecute a case. They were handing out immunity deals like candy,” House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) told Associated Press on Friday.

The now-closed FBI investigation was over Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state.


Chaffetz, who has been looking into Clinton’s email practices, and who requested the immunity agreements from the Justice Department, said they showed Mills had given federal investigators access to her laptop on the condition that whatever they found couldn’t be used against her.

Chaffetz told AP he was “absolutely stunned” that the FBI cut a deal with someone as close to the investigation as Mills, and said by including the emails recovered from the laptops in the immunity agreements, “the Justice Department exempted key physical evidence from any potential criminal case against the aides.”


Mills had been among Clinton’s closest confidants and voluntarily appeared last year for a lengthy interview as part of the House GOP’s investigation into the 2012 Benghazi attacks that left four Americans dead.

The Justice Department issued the House Oversight Committee chair copies of the agreements, but they remain under seal.

Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon accused House Republicans of “trying to make something out of nothing” by requesting the files, and timing the request “just three days before the first presidential debate.”

“Congressman Chaffetz continues to abuse his office by wasting taxpayer dollars to try to second-guess the FBI in what amounts to a desperate attempt to boost Donald Trump’s chances against Hillary Clinton,” Fallon said.

But Chaffetz said he disclosed the immunity deal Friday, because that’s when he first learned of it from the FBI.


A total of five Clinton staffers received immunity deals, including John Bentel, then-director of the State Department’s Office of Information Resources Management, and Clinton aide Heather Samuelson, according to Chaffetz. Others granted immunity were Bryan Pagliano, a tech expert who set up Clinton’s email server, and Paul Combetta, a computer specialist for a private firm that later maintained Clinton’s email setup.


FBI Director James Comey said in July his agents hadn’t found evidence to support any criminal charge or direct evidence that Clinton’s private sector server had been hacked.

Chaffetz is due to question Comey about the immunity deals when the FBI director testifies before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. Chaffetz is also a member of that panel.

Clinton Email Immunity Deals – Clinton Scandals

Ominous Z

“big about the law?” hahahahahahhahahahahhahahahahahahahahah
Debbie Rushing

LOL..I thought that was pretty funny too!  I don’t know how he can say that with a straight face?
stephen hickey


A non-indictment after giving out so many immunity deals???? Good job, FBI~
Joe Bryant

“Big about the law”? Circumventing maybe. If they were ‘Big’ she would be in process of getting orange pant suit.
Media Arts

How can you give somebody immunity, if they ain’t charged with anything ?
Debbie Rushing

Following the law?  Not one of them is going to have to pay for their crimes!  it will all come out but noting will ever happen to any of them!  Voting TRUMP all the way here in CA.  We need to get rid of the criminals in the administration and I hope Trump exposes all of them!


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