Mr.Gregory outside the White House, 6/28/16
It appears as though Hillary Clinton isn’t the only one who is above the law these days. Apparently President Obama and Loretta Lynch really know how to play the shell-game. One would think Lynch would be watching her behavior after the appearance of a conflict of interest in meeting privately on an airplane with Bill Clinton right before the final Benghazi report came out, but apparently not.
President Obama. along with the top law officer of the United States, Loretta Lynch, as the Attorney general made life extremely difficult for a veteran law enforcement officer and process server to deliver a Federal District Court Summons and Amended Complaint in the nation’s capital a few weeks ago.
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There can be no doubt that the Syrian war, which produces an overwhelming flood of refugees, benefits Russia by causing a destabilization of Europe, as well as the Islamic movement that profits by furthering the opportunity to establish its coveted global Caliphate.
According to General Phil Breedlove, Nato’s Supreme Allied Commander for Europe and the US European Command, the strategies being used by Russia and Syria are meant to increase the numbers of fleeing refugees in order to cause trouble in other countries. In some cases, attacks are planned to create the human flow out of the country.
In testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee Breedlove stated:
It appears that turn-around is fair play when you consider President Bill Clinton pardoned CIA John Deutch, for the same kind of careless behavior in which Hillary Clinton was involved as FBI Director, James Comey, declares her innocence.
In fact one of the last measures of goodwill Bill Clinton accomplished leaving office was bestowing a pardon on the former CIA director John Deutch. His big no-no was retaining classified documents on his home computer in Maryland, as well as attempting to destroy some of them when he got caught.
Secretary Jeh Johnson should take some advice from his own Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) which encourages speaking “with honor and respect to all” and that “tone and word choice matter.” He definitely could have improved on his behavior at the Senate Judiciary hearing on willful blindness exhibited by the Obama administration when dealing with Islamic terrorism.
Senator Cruz presented facts, by way of a huge visual, about the lexicons of our law enforcement agencies’ documents that were purged of any words used to describe Islamic jihad following the 9/11 Report. Johnson was asked questions about his knowledge of the purge and specifically about a former DHS employee turned whistleblower Phil Haney.
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