Documents on tarmac meeting between Clinton & Lynch now classified above top secret

The Department of Justice stonewalling Congress on the Hillary Clinton email probe continues.

Now the documents requested by Devin Nunes’ permanent House committee pertaining to the meeting between Loretta Lynch and President Bill Clinton on a Phoenix airport tarmac have been given such a high security clearance that no member can see the incriminating documents.

“It is remarkable how this Justice Department is protecting the corruption of the Obama Justice Department,” notes Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch, which is suing the DOJ for the material, speaking to Paul Sperry of RealClear Investigations.

Not even members of Congress with top-secret security clearance have been allowed to see the unverified accounts intercepted from presumed Russian sources in which the head of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, allegedly implicates the Clinton campaign and Lynch in the scheme, Sperry reports.

This goes back to my reporting last week were I said that Rod Rosenstein would be the fall guy to cover up this cover up that reached into the Obama Oval Office.

While the Wasserman Schultz memos show that then-FBI chief James Comey was “going easy on Lynch” over the hacked email server used by Clinton while Secretary of State, there are additional reports that Obama was on the phone during the infamous tarmac meeting.

So one can see why these reports are “so sensitive” for the Democrats.

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Clinton campaign used FBI to spy on President Trump

I am having a difficult time figuring out why this news took so long to come out.

The Clinton election team had the FBI spying on the Trump campaign. Continue reading

Bezos, Schultz and their pure hypocrisy in Seattle

The hypocrisy of Jeff Bezos and Howard Schultz is so absolutely delicious.

The blowback Amazon and Starbucks are giving the city of Seattle over a new tax being levied on employers to help fund homelessness programs in the city is classic “do what I say, not what I do”. Continue reading

Jeff Immelt’s DC love affair costs GE shareholders dearly

Well now we have a clearer pitcher of what former GE chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt was doing toward the end of his executive run.

He was blowing up a great company and screwing over the US economy at the same time. Quite an achievement for a former X-ray machine salesman. Continue reading

Will the NFL come up a Hail Mary tonight?

I’m sure NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and his executive team huddled up in their Park Ave. offices to devise a game plan for this upcoming weekend’s games.

Something has to be done to stem the slide in ratings, with perhaps some cooler heads suggesting the league not defy the President so openly. I’m just not sure there is that voice in the huddle.

Through the first three weeks od the season, NFL game ratings are down 11 percent compared to 2016, according to Nielsen data. That is a further slide since ratings for the entire 2016-2017 regular season fell by 8% from the year prior.

Nationally available games averaged 17.63 million viewers for the first three weeks of last season, and have dipped to 15.65 million this year, according to Nielsen data. Regional games are not figured into this measure.

So the drop in ratings is not a result of a POTUS Tweet. It’s long-term and should be alarming to the top execs at Fox, CBS, NBC and ESPN.

Remember, last season that Colin Kaepernick taking a knee was not about President Trump or President Obama (who was still in office). It was about police killing an unarmed black man.

It became Trump’s fight after his tweet last Friday night, when he said the NFL should make the players honor the flag during the National Anthem.

We’ll see if Goodell’s office came up with a Hail Mary play tonight.