Catching Up ……..

After a busy news week some catch up stories:

Hillary starts a movement:

She really doesn’t want to go away. Her new movement is entitled “Onward Together”. (Her campaign slogan was Stronger Together).
The PAC will, “set its sights on President Trump”.
Just Trump? Not Comey, Putin, FoxNews and Wikileakes?

A Democrat on healthcare:

Do you remember Rep. Tim Ryan who ran against Nancy Pelosi for minority leader in the house? He had this to say about healthcare.
“Democrats should have been talking more about Obamacare during the election if they wanted to save the legislation. We were talking a lot about Donald Trump, we had a lot of commercials about Donald Trump, and we didn’t have enough commercials about working-class people and how we were going to help them”.
Good point don’t you think?

Wait, what do you want me to believe? 

In FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before a Senate Committee he had this as to how some of Hillary Clinton’s missing emails ended up on Anthony Weiner’s computer.
He told the Senate panel Abedin had sent them to Weiner’s computer, but was not doing so with the criminal intent. She wanted to print them out for her boss who preferred paper copies.
So you and I are supposed to believe that Huma Abedin did not know passing classified documents to Weiner was against the law.
Really?  Do you believe that? We don’t.
Passing classified documents is against the law  — period.

Did you hear about this FBI study on the MSM?

This report traces things back to the false narrative in Ferguson, Mo of “Hands up don’t shoot” and is very disturbing.  Details:

An unclassified FBI study on last year’s cop-killing spree found officers are “de-policing” amid concerns that anti-police defiance fueled in part by movements like Black Lives Matter has become the “new norm.”
“Departments — and individual officers — have increasingly made the decision to stop engaging in proactive policing,” said the report by the FBI Office of Partner Engagement obtained by The Washington Times.
The report, “Assailant Study — Mindsets and Behaviors,” said that the social-justice movement sparked by the 2014 death of 18-year-old Michael Brown at the hands of an officer in Ferguson, Missouri, “made it socially acceptable to challenge and discredit the actions of law enforcement.”
“Nearly every police official interviewed agreed that for the first time, law enforcement not only felt that their national political leaders [publicly] stood against them, but also that the politicians’ words and actions signified that disrespect to law enforcement was acceptable in the aftermath of the Brown shooting,” the study said.

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