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  1. NEW YORK – Speaking in a series of recorded phone conversations in 1991 with his alleged mistress Gennifer Flowers, Bill Clinton can be heard telling Flowers to deny that he aided her in obtaining a state job. “If they ever asked if you’d talked to me about it, you can say no,” Clinton can be heard saying in the audio.
  2. Even when the chosen party #1 man lies to the so called media they protect him: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-25/podesta-shocker-cheryl-mills-tells-podesta-we-need-clean-obama-has-emails-her
  3. For some crazy reason our fine media does not seem interested in this story: In a bombshell email from September 2008, advisers to Barack Obama's presidential campaign consciously decided to choose Arab Muslims over Arab Christians in suggesting top staff positions should Obama win the White House. The email was released by WikiLeaks in its latest series, "The Podesta Emails." Former New York Solicitor General Preeta D. Bansal sent the email to Michael Froman, a classmate of Obama's at Harvard and a member of the 12-person advisory board for the Obama campaign's transition team. The email came with "the compiled lists of Asian American and Muslim American candidates for top Administration jobs, sub-cabinet jobs, and outside boards/agencies/policy committees." The key reveal comes in this passage: This suggests the Obama campaign's transition team aimed to hire Muslims over Christians, or at the very least that in the interests of diversity, the team was willing to give preferential treatment to Muslim Arabs rather than Christian Arabs. The emphasis on adherence to Islam is significant, given other troubling aspects of the Obama administration. Of the Syrian refugees admitted to the United States in September 2016, 98.9 percent were Muslim (1825 refugees), as compared to only 1.1 percent non-Muslim (22 refugees). Over the whole year, non-Muslim Syrian refugee admissions account for less than one percent (0.8) overall, with 11,818 Muslims and only 95 non-Muslims. According to The Gulf/2000 Project at Columbia University, the religious breakdown of the Syrian population from 2008-2009 shows that non-Muslims made up a great deal more than 0.8 percent of the population. At that time, Syria had 73 percent Sunni Muslims (15.98 million people), 14.7 percent Shiite Muslims (3.29 million people), 9.3 percent Christians (2.04 million people), and 2.7 percent other religions (590,000 people). How does 12 percent become 0.8 percent? Could religious preference be involved? Syrian Refugee U.S. Arrivals in September: 1825 Muslims, 22 Non-Muslims (1.1 Percent) But it gets better. When releasing the transcript of the 911 call from Orlando shooter Omar Mateen, the Obama FBI changed the word "Allah" to "God." In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in June, former Homeland Security officerPhilip Haney testified on what he called "the first and second great purges," when he was ordered to edit hundreds of documents to separate the Muslim Brotherhood from terrorism. He alleged that the federal government — even the Department of Homeland Security! — is working directly with the Muslim Brotherhood's overall jihadist network, a network whose goal is to establish Sharia (Islamic law) across the world. Patriotic Muslims are indeed allies in the fight against radical Islam, but M. Zuhdi Jasser — an inspiring example of such patriotism — declared that Obama's denial of "radical Islamic terror" actually insults peaceful Muslims and supports Jihadis.
  4. The madness of the left: Forget Halloween costumes and yoga, there’s a new symbol of cultural appropriation—the canoe. According to Misao Dean, Professor of English at the University of Victoria, the canoe can be a symbol of colonialism, imperialism and genocide due to history. She also accused the canoers of cultural appropriation because they are primarily white men and have a privileged place in society. In a radio interview for CBC Radio, which wasn’t picked by the Internet until several months later, she claimed “we have a whole set of narratives that make the canoe into a kind of morally untouchable symbol, something that seems natural, that seems ordinary, and seems to promote values that we ascribe to.” “But I think if you look a little further that narrative obscures or erases another narrative—and that narrative is about, to be blunt, it’s about theft and genocide”, the professor said. Dean continued to explain why she thinks Canada picked the canoe as a symbol, claiming it has to do with benefits to particular groups—particularly white men— who pushed the canoe.
  5. This is well played.
  6. Federal government employees are opening their wallets to help Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump on Nov. 8. Of the roughly $2 million that federal workers from 14 agencies spent on presidential politics by the end of September, about $1.9 million, or 95 percent, went to the Democratic nominee’s campaign, according to an analysis by The Hill Employees at all the agencies analyzed, without exception, are sending their campaign contributions overwhelmingly to Clinton over her Republican counterpart. Several agencies, such as the State Department, which Clinton once led, saw more than 99 percent of contributions going to Clinton. Employees of the Department of Justice, which investigated Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of State, gave Clinton 97 percent of their donations. Trump received $8,756 from DOJ employees compared with $286,797 for Clinton. From IRS employees, Clinton received 94 percent of donations. Federal government employees overwhelmingly backed Clinton’s presidential campaign no matter which agency The Hill analyzed using Federal Election Commission data covering donors giving more than $200.
  7. F U media! http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/anti-trump-violence-sweeps-the-nation/
  8. All is well in sharkland.
  9. Hey sharks. It's not first to one.
  10. When a standing president decides there is more than one definition for the word is anything is possible.
  11. This will end well. President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday urged foreign businesses in the Philippines worried about his deadly drug war to "pack up and leave", as he launched another anti-American tirade before flying to Japan to attract investments.
  12. Pimp says game is good