Trey Gowdy Opens Can of Whoop-a** on Top Benghazi Committee Dem
(Bizpac Review) – Don’t get on Rep. Trey Gowdy’s bad side — ever.
In response to the continuous sniping the South Carolina Republican has received as chairman of the Select Committee on Benghazi from the committee’s top ranking Democrat, Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, Gowdy let loose in a scathing 13-page letter.
Since the committee’s inception, Cummings has referred to the committee’s work as a witch hunt directed at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, designed to stall her run for the White House.
The letter destroys assertions by Cummings that the committee has uncovered nothing new, and refers to the 1,500 emails that were previously withheld from the committee, one-third of which concerned Clinton confidante, Sidney Blumenthal....(MORE)
Hillary: Racism is ‘America’s Original Sin’
(Take Part) – Representatives from the Black Lives Matter movement met with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday to discuss criminal justice, race, and police reform. The vocalactivists have led the charge on elevating awareness of police violence against communities of color, emerging and organizing in force following the death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. The group included representatives fromCampaign Zero, a group that has pushed for specific, data-driven policy solutions to police violence while cataloging police shootings of civilians in America.
Two key questions shaped the discussion, according to an outline for the meeting obtained by BuzzFeed: “What is your perspective on the role of the president in changing the current realities of race and criminal justice in America?” and “How will you use your first 100 days in office to advance a racial justice agenda?”
The group also crowdsourced questions for Clinton on Twitter before the meeting. Participants in the #AskHillary discussion gave the organizers a list of tough questions on topics ranging from ending prison privatization to police body cameras to marijuana legalization...(MORE)
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