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  1. The FBI continues in its tradition of waiting until Friday evenings to release documents they are required to make public, obviously in order to bury the information while no one is paying attentions. Sorry, FBI, Americans are always paying attention, and this one has the potential to wrap Obama and Hillary up in a nice little bow and deliver them to jail together. Obama claimed in March 2015 that he had no knowledge of Hillary’s private email use and therefore, as her boss ,knew nothing of her potential classified security breaches. Well, when you’re caught emailing her to the account you said you didn’t know about, that makes things pretty tough. Politico reports: 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. 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. Read More : http://www.youronlinenews.net/2016/09/breaking-fbi-drops-bombshell-on.html
  2. An internal DNC email released by WikiLeaks reveals that Fox hosts Bill O’Reilly and Megan Kelly are both secret Democrat operatives. According to the leak, executives and hosts at Fox, MSNBC, CNN and Buzzfeed work with the DNC to ensure a Hillary Clinton victory. Look at the names of the Democrat operatives at fox news: HERE From: Manriquez, Pablo Sent: Friday, April 22, 2016 3:17 PM To: Miranda, Luis Subject: Re: 27 April – NYC Meeting Agenda HuffPost This is who I will meet with in NYC. At each meeting, I’ll discuss hits we’ve executed (if relevant) and future hits. Anything I should add? At Fox News — America’s Newsroom HQ Team Shepard Smith Reporting Team Kelly File Team O’Reilly Factor Team At MSNBC— Diaz Balart Team Live with Tamron Hall Team Chris Hayes Team Maddow Team At CNN — Andersen Cooper Team Erin Burnett Team Don Lemon Team Other — Reuters Video Team Buzzfeed Video Team NowThis Team
  3. The order was signed on July 1st, 2016 and is titled “Executive Order — United States Policy on Pre- and Post-Strike Measures to Address Civilian Casualties in U.S. Operations Involving the Use of Force“. The order looks like the rules of engagement between the military vs ordinary US citizens have significantly and unconstitutionally changed. According to Whitehouse.gov reports: By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, I hereby direct as follows: Section 1. Purpose. United States policy on civilian casualties resulting from U.S. operations involving the use of force in armed conflict or in the exercise of the Nation's inherent right of self-defense is based on our national interests, our values, and our legal obligations. As a Nation, we are steadfastly committed to complying with our obligations under the law of armed conflict, including those that address the protection of civilians, such as the fundamental principles of necessity, humanity, distinction, and proportionality. The protection of civilians is fundamentally consistent with the effective, efficient, and decisive use of force in pursuit of U.S. national interests. Minimizing civilian casualties can further mission objectives; help maintain the support of partner governments and vulnerable populations, especially in the conduct of counterterrorism and counterinsurgency operations; and enhance the legitimacy and sustainability of U.S. operations critical to our national security. As a matter of policy, the United States therefore routinely imposes certain heightened policy standards that are more protective than the requirements of the law of armed conflict that relate to the protection of civilians. Civilian casualties are a tragic and at times unavoidable consequence of the use of force in situations of armed conflict or in the exercise of a state's inherent right of self-defense. The U.S. Government shall maintain and promote best practices that reduce the likelihood of civilian casualties, take appropriate steps when such casualties occur, and draw lessons from our operations to further enhance the protection of civilians. Sec. 2. Policy. In furtherance of U.S. Government efforts to protect civilians in U.S. operations involving the use of force in armed conflict or in the exercise of the Nation's inherent right of self-defense, and with a view toward enhancing such efforts, relevant departments and agencies (agencies) shall continue to take certain measures in present and future operations. (a) In particular, relevant agencies shall, consistent with mission objectives and applicable law, including the law of armed conflict: (i) train personnel, commensurate with their responsibilities, on compliance with legal obligations and policy guidance that address the protection of civilians and on implementation of best practices that reduce the likelihood of civilian casualties, including through exercises, pre-deployment training, and simulations of complex operational environments that include civilians; (ii) develop, acquire, and field intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems that, by enabling more accurate battlespace awareness, contribute to the protection of civilians; (iii) develop, acquire, and field weapon systems and other technological capabilities that further enable the discriminate use of force in different operational contexts; (iv) take feasible precautions in conducting attacks to reduce the likelihood of civilian casualties, such as providing warnings to the civilian population (unless the circumstances do not permit), adjusting the timing of attacks, taking steps to ensure military objectives and civilians are clearly distinguished, and taking other measures appropriate to the circumstances; and (v) conduct assessments that assist in the reduction of civilian casualties by identifying risks to civilians and evaluating efforts to reduce risks to civilians. (b) In addition to the responsibilities above, relevant agencies shall also, as appropriate and consistent with mission objectives and applicable law, including the law of armed conflict: (i) review or investigate incidents involving civilian casualties, including by considering relevant and credible information from all available sources, such as other agencies, partner governments, and nongovernmental organizations, and take measures to mitigate the likelihood of future incidents of civilian casualties; (ii) acknowledge U.S. Government responsibility for civilian casualties and offer condolences, including ex gratia payments, to civilians who are injured or to the families of civilians who are killed; (iii) engage with foreign partners to share and learn best practices for reducing the likelihood of and responding to civilian casualties, including through appropriate training and assistance; and (iv) maintain channels for engagement with the International Committee of the Red Cross and other nongovernmental organizations that operate in conflict zones and encourage such organizations to assist in efforts to distinguish between military objectives and civilians, including by appropriately marking protected facilities, vehicles, and personnel, and by providing updated information on the locations of such facilities and personnel. Sec. 3. Report on Strikes Undertaken by the U.S. Government Against Terrorist Targets Outside Areas of Active Hostilities. (a) The Director of National Intelligence (DNI), or such other official as the President may designate, shall obtain from relevant agencies information about the number of strikes undertaken by the U.S. Government against terrorist targets outside areas of active hostilities from January 1, 2016, through December 31, 2016, as well as assessments of combatant and non-combatant deaths resulting from those strikes, and publicly release an unclassified summary of such information no later than May 1, 2017. By May 1 of each subsequent year, as consistent with the need to protect sources and methods, the DNI shall publicly release a report with the same information for the preceding calendar year. Read More : http://www.youronlinenews.net/2016/09/executive-order-obama-signs-allowing.html
  4. Nearly everyone in the United States wants to know the truth behind Hillary’s health. While many argue a range of issues and possible illnesses she suffers from, it is crystal clear that something is wrong with her. While we are waiting to find out more, we do know that she suffers from a handful of serious ailments that are alarming for someone seeking the highest office in the land. As reported, Hillary Clinton abruptly left the 9/11 memorial event on Sunday and a bystander filmed her struggling to walk on her own to her van and had to have multiple Secret Service agents assist her. Her doctor later said she has pneumonia and that was why she got “overheated” and collapsed. Clinton, who is 68, has experienced symptoms so severe that major news platforms are covering this nonstop, and it has gotten so severe that WikiLeaks Julian Assange weighed in on Sunday. There are several reasons explaining why Assange has actually weighed in, personally, on Clinton’s health. He sent out the following tweet where he used a Twitter poll to ask his audience which of the following best explains Hillary’s collapse. It is a valid question, and the mere fact that Assange, of all people, chose to weigh in on the situation speaks volumes Read More : http://www.newsbbc.net/2016/09/breaking-assange-release-material-on.html
  5. I Can't find this news on ABC Anyone else here ??
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