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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Victimhood as Power

Often we wonder why people continue down the same path and deal with the same toxic situations. Sometimes people are trying to recover, it just takes a long time. However, there are some people who don't want to grow, they don't want to understand why they make the same mistakes, and that's because their power comes from their whinging and  complaining.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Michael S Schmidt Pawn or Player For Democrat Russia Distraction

March 2015 -

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest recently shot down a New York Post report claiming that senior Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett orchestrated a leak to reveal that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had used a private email address for government business.
“Utter baloney,” Earnest said.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), chairman of the House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks, had already said shortly after The New York Times broke the story about Clinton’s emails that his committee wasn’t the source.

February, 2015: In mid-February, Micheal S Schmidt of the New York Times,  got a tip that the State Department had turned over Benghazi-related emails, sent from Clinton’s personal account, to the committee.
This cache, it would later be revealed, included 300 emails totaling around 900 pages. But it still wasn’t clear to Schmidt that Clinton had never had a State Department email and had conducted government business exclusively on the private account during her four-year tenure — a practice that could impede records requests from congressional committees and journalists.
The next day, Schmidt headed off to Florida on vacation for five days, and, upon his return, was assigned to follow Defense Secretary Ash Carter to Afghanistan and Kuwait. When he returned to Washington, by his account, he slept for a full day before finally getting to dig into the Clinton email story on Friday, Feb. 27.

That morning, he quickly learned from sources that Clinton had handed over 50,000 pages of emails -– around 30,000 emails in total — to the State Department. 

Schmidt said that through the weekend, Times Washington Bureau Chief Carolyn Ryan kept pushing him to get more details, which he did. However, Schmidt did leave his apartment for a few hours Saturday evening, donning a tuxedo to cover a wedding for the Times, an assignment that predated the Clinton email story.
After a few more days of reporting, Schmidt determined that Clinton had not, in fact, ever used a State Department email address. The Times published his story on the night of Monday, March 2, with the piece landing at the top of the next morning’s front page.

The following Sunday, on “Meet the Press,” Gowdy credited the Times with uncovering information that his committee hadn’t. Jamal Ware, a spokesman for the Benghazi committee, clarified in a later email to HuffPost that Gowdy’s comments referred to how Clinton had “retained control of the emails and State had to be asked for them back,” adding that “State did not inform the committee of that before the NYT report.”

Hillary Clinton Watching Harvey Weinstein Movie While Benghazi Burned

On May 25, 2015 - Chuck Ross exposed 13 of the worst of Hillary Clinton's emails that were "dumped" online on Memorial Day 2015 (a "Friday" dump usually signals the hope that people will be too busy with the weekend to pay attention).

One very disturbing detail is that Hillary was that Hillary was totally incompetent and the Obama administration either had no idea or did know, and was hoping to use her mistakes against her at a later date.

The 13 tops emails show her lack of awareness. And also show she was more interested in a movie bought by sexual predator Harvey Weinstein (to promote Obama's re-eclection) than she was about the unrest and terror in Benghazi.

The article written by Chuck Ross:

Harvey Weinstein on the movie Hillary was watching (The Oath of Tobruk) “This wonderful movie shows BHL’s incredible courage and the strength of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, and also highlights the invaluable leadership from President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,” said Weinstein. “American audiences will get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how our government and the French government worked together to stop the slaughter of innocent civilians and brilliantly handled the overthrow of a government.”