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Obama Just Sent An Offensive Memo To Louisiana Flood Victims

President Obama has received immense criticism in the media for remaining in Martha’s Vineyard on vacation while Baton Rouge, Lousiana is ravaged by devastating floods.



President Obama has received immense criticism in the media for remaining in Martha’s Vineyard on vacation while Baton Rouge, Louisiana is ravaged by devastating floods. He was pictured golfing while the worst of it occurred. But the White House did release a memo that has some very upset.

The Washington Times reported a 16 page memo was sent by President Obama’s Justice Department to residents of affected areas in Louisiana this past Tuesday. The letter warned citizens not to engage in, “unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin (including limited English proficiency).”

The memo went on to say

the guidance’s frameworks highlight the importance of complying with nondiscrimination requirements of civil rights statutes, addressing the needs of the whole community, and ensuring equal opportunity to access recovery efforts.”

Over forty thousand homes have allegedly been damaged and thirteen are reported to be dead. However, the Obama administration believes a lesson on racial diversity is of the utmost importance right now. Many were justifiably offended.

American Conservative Rod Dreher said,

Everywhere you look you can find black folks and white folks loving on each other, helping each other through this crisis.”

Dreher referenced Obama as “He Who Cannot Be Troubled,” a reference to Lord Voldermort of Harry Potter. He called the memo long and bureaucratic. The memo itself referenced discriminatory behavior in past natural disasters. Specifically Katrina and Rita including,

numerous media reports [that] showed images of African Americans stranded on roofs in New Orleans. The images exposed significant inequalities in access to emergency response and recovery efforts”

He went on to say the last thing Louisianans needs of a lecture but that they are responsible for taking responsibility of their own mistakes when it comes to discrimination. He further stated that doing so ignores the way in which the entire community has come together during this difficult time.

Dreher said he received an email from a man named Jimmy who said this about President Obama,

not many things get me seething, but this does. Look no further than this ‘guidance’ press release telling us in the middle of it to be sure not to be racist, y’all. Meanwhile, our President enjoys golfing and Martha’s Vineyard and sunny skies. No visits, not even that reviled [George W.] Bush flyover. Just politically motivated, radically laced memos.”

Obama certainly doesn’t have fans in Louisiana right now.

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She Didn’t Think Anyone Would Find Out But She Was Wrong!



The liberal attacks on President Trump are never-ending. Some believe that Democrats paid off some of the women who accused President Trump of sexual assault in order to tarnish his reputation. While others believe the accusations are valid. However, a recent development on that front has brought into question it all.

Turns out that high profile Hollywood attorney Lisa Bloom was working with alleged victims of the President to try and get them paydays associated with their sexual assault accusations. This all took place during the final months of the election last year. Something that many Trump voters and citizens found suspicious.

On Friday, reporters with the Hill reported that Bloom had been working with campaign donors and media outlets that were tabloids to try and get compensation for the alleged victims as well as a little commission of her own. Her commission was based on her legal services and selling the stories of the alleged victims.

In one case she tried negotiating a six-figure payout for one alleged victim and a mortgage payoff for another. However, after being offered close to $750,000, the alleged victims all backed away and refused to take any more public action.

The reporter who leaked the story had evidence based on emails and text messages they obtained. One of those exchanges were texts between an alleged victim and Bloom where they were referring to a pro-Hillary Clinton political action committee that was involved in what they were doing.

An important variable to mention is that Bloom is the daughter of another famous attorney Gloria Allred who is known for high profile cases many of which include sexual harassment cases perpetrated against women. Four of her clients were women accusing President Trump of sexual harassment. While two went public with the accusations and two declined to do so. Not to mention she represented Kathy Griffith during the faux presidential beheading scandal. Perhaps it’s President Trump she has a problem with.

Fox News reported,

Bloom did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Fox News.
In a statement to The Hill, Bloom acknowledged trying to get her clients paid, but said the payments were to help the women stay safe, and in some cases relocate.

“Donors reached out to my firm directly to help some of the women I represented,” Bloom said. Bloom, who has also represented accused sexual harasser Harvey Weinstein, in addition to women who’ve accusing Bill Cosby and Bill O’Reilly, acknowledged her standard terms require clients to pay her commissions, which may be as high as 33 percent if she sells their stories to media outlets. Bloom told The Hill she had no contact with Clinton or her campaign.

The Hill spoke to makeup artist Jill Harth, who filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Trump in 1997, accusing him of pushing her up against a wall at his Mar-a-Lago estate and groping her. Although she withdrew the suit, nearly 20 years later, the litigation resurfaced during the presidential campaign and Harth was thrust into the spotlight. She asked Bloom to represent her after Trump denied her accusations.
“I consider myself lucky to have had Lisa Bloom by my side after my old lawsuit resurfaced. She advised me with great competence and compassion,” Harth told The Hill.

Bloom arranged payment from the licensing of some photos Harth had to the news media, and then helped set up a account to raise money for Harth, The Hill reported. “Jill put herself out there, facing off with Donald Trump,” Bloom’s husband wrote in a fund-raising appeal, according to The Hill. “Let’s show her some love”

The effort raised a little over $2,300, according to The Hill. Bloom also reportedly arranged for a Clinton donor to help Harth pay off the mortgage on her Queens apartment. The amount was less than $30,000, according to a source directly familiar with Harth’s situation. Public records show Harth’s mortgage was recorded as extinguished on Dec. 19, 2016, public records show. Trump denies assaulting or harassing women, although an “Access Hollywood” tape surfaced during the campaign in which he boasted he could grab women by their privates and get away with it. Trump dismissed the comments as “locker room talk.””

While it has been over a year since President Trump won his election and the conversation about sexual assault has continued because of the recent accusations against dozens of men and women both in Hollywood and Washington, D.C., the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal created a snowball affect and now so much more has been revealed.

It doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon as more and more allegations continue to be made against Congressmen and Senators. The conversation is also changing. People are contemplating this culture of guilty until proven innocent when in reality it should be innocent until proven guilty. And whether or not we all believe these allegations to be true.

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BOMBSHELL! Hillary Tarmac SECRET Revealed! This is HUGE!!! LOCK THEM UP NOW!!!

They Tried To Hide It But It’s Out Now!



New information is continuing to come out regarding the now infamous Tarmac Meeting between the serial rapist and former President Bill Clinton and the Barack Hussein Obama administration Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

But what is indeed the most alarming part of this whole ordeal is the FBI’s reaction to the leaking of this clandestine meeting to the public. Agency leadership wasn’t even a tab bit concerned about how they should respond the meeting between Lynch and Clinton or how it would look considering Crooked Hillary was at that time under a full investigation by the FBI?

You would think the FBI would be concerned about the optics of this matter, but It will come as a surprise to some, not many at this point after everything we’ve learned in the past few months, that the FBI was actually more concerned about where the leak came from than about what actually went down on that tarmac. All they were concerned about is finding who within the FBI leaked the information about the meeting to the press and making that person pay.

As Katie Pavlich reported at Townhall, the FBI released a series of emails yesterday afternoon where we learn more details about the Department of Justice’s response to the information leak of the now infamous secret meeting between Lynch and Clinton.

The dates on the emails range from July 1-3, 2016. On July 5, 2016, FBI Director James Comey announced former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would not face criminal charges for mishandling classified information. Interesting dates, don’t you think?

Since the Clintons have always treated the American people like idiots Bill said at the time that he, and Lynch, only spoke only about their grandchildren, but since we know perfectly well the former Attorney General isn’t Bill Clinton’s type, the only possible answer to this tarmac meeting is Bill was trying to get Hillary off the hook.

Via Newsweek:


After news broke about an airport meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton in the midst of last year’s presidential campaign, the FBI scrambled to identify the source who leaked details about the encounter and discipline him or her, according to emails released on the FBI website on Friday.

The meeting between Lynch and Clinton took place in June 2016, while the FBI was investigating Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. Bill Clinton boarded Lynch’s plane while it was on the tarmac at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport. The following month, then-FBI Director James Comey announced the bureau would not recommend that the Department of Justice pursue charges in the email probe. Comey has testified before Congress that Lynch asked him to refer to the probe as a “matter,” a request that made him feel “queasy.”

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The internal emails show that on June 29, 2016, a senior spokeswoman for the Justice Department emailed her counterparts at the FBI to flag articles that were starting to appear about the meeting. In the email, the spokeswoman, Melanie Newman, described the encounter as “a casual, unscheduled meeting.” She provided talking points, which are redacted in the released version.

That same day, multiple FBI officials sent links about the story to Comey, who responded to one email, “Got it, thanks sir.” Also on those email chains were FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, whom President Donald Trump and others have accused of a pro-Clinton bias because his wife received money for a political campaign from entities associated with Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a Clinton ally; and Peter Strzok, who was removed from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team because of text messages critical of Trump. Strzok oversaw the Clinton email investigation.

But after Observer published an article containing additional details about the encounter, citing an anonymous “security source” who had been present, the FBI and Justice Department moved from damage control to discussions about identifying the source and punishing that person, the emails show. At the time, the publisher of Observer was Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and one of his senior advisers.

On December 15, the FBI released documents related to the so-called tarmac meeting in Phoenix between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, pictured here on June 20, and former President Bill Clinton.

On July 2, a person whose name is redacted in the FBI release wrote to a bureau employee about the Observer article. The employee, whose name is also redacted, responded, “I agree with your assessment about the source, which in reading the article, I believe was one of the local PD officer [sic] assisting with one of the two motorcade [sic] there on the Tarmac. Either way, they should have never offered any type of opinion or details of what did or didn’t happen, as this is the most principle and basic tenant of executive protection.”

The FBI employee added, “Unfortunately, this article is a breach in security protocol and I am addressing it with the Phoenix division to make certain that they pursuit [sic] this and identify the source of the breach.”

The next day, an undisclosed FBI employee, presumably the same person from the earlier email, wrote to several colleagues, “I believe that the source quoted in this article is one of the local Phoenix LEO’s. Needless to say that I have contacted the Phoenix office and will contact the local’s [sic] who assisted in an attempt to stem further damage.”

An FBI employee responded, “This article is infuriating.” Another FBI person wrote in response, “You think there will be a need for non-disclosure agreements in the future?” A colleague wrote back, “That might not be a bad idea, given the circumstances.” All of their names are redacted.

Another FBI employee whose name is redacted responded to the email about the article, “We need to find that guy and bring him or her before a supervisor.” A colleague responded, “I’m trying to find out thru [sic] the PX STL. Hopefully, we will find out and at the very minimum, make sure he never works on any detail.”

Republican lawmakers and at least two of Trump’s lawyers have called for a special counsel to investigate the handling of the Clinton emails probe. Several congressional committees are also looking into that subject, as is the Justice Department inspector general.

Both Lynch and Clinton still maintain the chance meeting, which Clinton waited for 30 minutes on that tarmac to have, was only by chance.

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Revenge Is So SWEET!!!



Alabama Republican Senatorial hopeful Roy Moore is keeping the dream alive for supporters in the hotly contested Alabama Senate race against Democrat Doug Jones. Moore told his base the ‘battle is not over’ despite President Donald Trump and others calling on him to concede. Moore lost to Jones on Tuesday night by some 20,000 votes – 650,436 votes, or 48 percent, to 671,151, or 50 percent.

Moore is not ruling out asking for a recount in his failed bid for the U.S. Senate though but that does not mean it will happen or even be allowed in this instance.

Moore sent a fundraising email to supporters asking for contributions to his “election integrity fund” so he could investigate reports of voter fraud, telling supporters – “I also wanted to let you know that this battle is NOT OVER!”.

On Tuesday Jones was announced as victorious by about 20,000 votes, or 1.5% according to unofficial returns. But Moore has not yet conceded the heated Alabama race to fill the seat that previously belonged to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Moore has refused to concede the race to Jones, saying he will wait until all provisional and military ballots are counted and the race is certified.

Moore told supporters that the race was “close” and some military and provisional ballots had yet to be counted. Those are expected to be counted next week. Moore has also said his campaign is collecting “numerous reported cases of voter fraud” to send to the secretary of state’s office.

Moore told supporters Tuesday night –

“Realize when the vote is this close, it’s not over and we still got to go by the rules about this recount provision. It’s not over, and it’s going to take some time. 

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill says it is unlikely that the last-minute ballots will change the outcome of the election or even trigger a recount.  The margin must be under 0.5% in order to trigger an automatic recount and in this instance, the state would pay for it roughly to the tune of a cool $1 million in taxpayer money. The results of Alabama’s Senate race will be certified between Dec. 26 and Jan. 3 after counties report their official totals.

Merrill stated –

“I know a lot of people would say it’s never over until it’s over, but the margin of victory for Doug Jones at this particular time looks like a very difficult amount of votes to overcome as the remaining votes that are out there to be counted next week begin to be considered at the local level.”

Merrill has also stated his office has investigated reports of voting irregularities, but have not discovered any that have been proven factual in nature. President Trump has endorsed Jones’ win, calling to congratulate him as well as calling on Moore to concede the race.

If Jones’ margin of victory ends up being more than 0.5% then things get a little dicier for a recount option.

According to

Alabama’s election handbook spells out several offices that are not included in state laws for contesting elections: lieutenant governor, U.S. senator, and U.S. representative.

There are other provisions, however, that indicate a candidate or political party could request a recount.

Who might challenge Doug Jones in 2020?

“It’s our contention the votes can be recounted,” John Bennett, Deputy Chief of Staff for the Secretary of State’s office told “We contend that authority is there.”

Bennett said, however, that the office will not make a determination on a recount until after the ballots are certified.

“We’re not at that point,” he said.

If Moore is allowed to request a recount, it will be at his expense and that could be considerable.

Merrill told Fortune the cost of recount would be between $1 million and $1.5 million and the total amount must be put up when the request is made. Moore’s most recent financial report showed he had about $636,000 cash on hand.

It’s also unlikely the Alabama Republican Party – which backed Moore even after the national GOP temporarily suspended its support – would be willing to help fund a recount.

Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan issue a statement after Jones’ win saying “the race is over.”

“While we are deeply disappointed in the extremely close U.S. Senate election results, with our candidate Judge Roy Moore, we respect the voting process given to us by our Founding Fathers,” Lathan said.


It is important to note that Merrill and others are missing that there were some rather significant irregularities in the Jones/Moore Senatorial election in Alabama as just even a cursory search of the internet reveals.

According to mainstream left-leaning Newsweek, thousands of felons registered to vote in this Senatorial election.

Thousands of felons may have registered to vote in the weeks leading up to the Alabama Senate election on Tuesday, in which Democrat Doug Jones pulled off a surprise victory. 

Pastor Kenneth Glasgow, who spearheaded the effort, said on the November 27 registration deadline that at least 5,000 to 10,000 people statewide had registered that month.

“I’ve got people all over the state registering people,” Glasgow, who is president of The Ordinary People Society (TOPS) advocacy group, told at the time. “With my TOPS branches in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Montgomery, Enterprise, Dothan, Abbeville, Geneva, Gordon, Bessemer, we have a lot.”

But according to Merrill, that’s not worth noting??

Then there was the eleventh-hour court order that gave election officials the green light to NOT preserve electronic ballot records which would form the basis for any recount effort in the first place.

According to the left-leaning Guardian

A court in Montgomery, the state capital, issued an injunction on Monday afternoon ordering election officials around the state to preserve digital images of the ballots cast by Alabama voters in the hard-fought contest between controversial Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones.

Then there was the enthusiastic volunteer that announced to one and all that people came from “all over the country” to Alabama to vote for Jones.

It certainly seems like there is more than ample evidence of potential skewing of election results especially in light of the disproven 40-year-old allegations of sexual impropriety levied against Moore just 30 days before election day.  He himself had been in the public eye for more than 40 years with no hint of such allegations. Yet all of sudden here they come standing beside Gloria Allred. One victim was traced directly to the Democratic party, another was called out by her own stepson, one has an ax to grind due to Moore representing her mother in a contentious child custody case, and yet a third admitted to forging Moore’s signature in her yearbook.

This whole thing smells to me. What do you think? Does this whole thing sound fishy to you? Does Alabama need a recount? Sound off in the comments and let us know what you think!

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