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State Department Divided on Mission
by Byron York
liar-Hillary Clinton Plea Bargain
Discussions Between DOJ Officials And Her Lawyers
{} ~ Author Ed Klein, has some potentially disheartening news if it’s true. He’s quite familiar with the liar-Clintons and has excellent sources, having written multiple books about them... He’s been told a plea deal is in the works with the Sessions DOJ to let her completely off on multiple offenses. Most of us would ask why the worst criminal in the history of American politics would be offered such a deal when her crimes are so egregious and we’ve already gathered a mountain of evidence against her, obtained by expending great amounts of man hours and a huge expense to the American taxpayers. That question isn’t answered. According to Klein, the DOJ has reopened the investigation into liar-Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified material on her bootleg bathroom email server while serving herself as Secretary of State. One liar-Clinton lawyer told Klein the discussion of a plea bargain occurred in July, with the offer made by an unnamed high-ranking DOJ official to the liar-Clinton Lawyer...Should be no deal at all, period.
IDF to Hamas: Don't test us
Tunnel shaft underneath a mosque
by Kobi Finkler
{} ~ The IDF and the Israel Security Agency (ISA or Shin Bet) on Thursday exposed significant infrastructures belonging to the Hamas terrorist organization in Gaza, including terrorist tunnels intended to be used as hideouts for terrorists and for the transfer of weapons... In a significant part of the infrastructure, as shown by aerial photographs, Hamas takes advantage of Gazans and hides the entry shafts of the tunnels underneath houses and public buildings, such as schools and mosques. Choosing to place the shafts in these buildings is intended to disguise the tunnels and make it difficult to attack them. During combat, these objectives become legitimate military targets under international law...
Jew-Hating Imams Need to be Removed

Imam Mahmoud Harmoush of the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley, in Riverside, California
by Shireen Qudosi
{} ~ From Lebanon to Norway -- now most recently in California -- pulpits at mosques are ripe with raw Jew-hate. This hate is not denounced by the immediate community... When news broke recently that Imam Ammar Shahin of the Islamic Center in Davis, California, delivered a one- hour war-drum sermon against Jews concerning the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, the imam and the members of mosque stood shamelessly behind his bidding to "Liberate the Al Aqsa mosque from the filth of the Jews. Annihilate them down to the very last one." That is a call for genocide. On the same day, in front of a congregation of Friday worshippers, another imam, Mahmoud Harmoush, in Riverside, California, also gave a Jew-hating sermon. Harmoush openly said: "Oh, Allah, liberate the Al Aqsa Mosque and all the Muslim lands from the unjust tyrants and the occupiers... Oh, Allah, destroy them, they are no match for you. Oh, Allah, disperse them and rend them asunder. Turn them into booty in the hands of the Muslims."...
Sinaloa Cartel Cell Leader Self-Surrenders
by Department of Justice
{} ~ A cell leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel was arraigned in federal court today following his self-surrender to U.S. law enforcement authorities at the Calexico West Port of Entry in California, on July 27... Damaso Lopez-Serrano, aka Mini Lic, 29, is believed to be the highest-ranking Mexican cartel leader ever to self-surrender in the U.S.  Lopez-Serrano was arraigned on an indictment returned by a federal grand jury in San Diego on Aug. 19, 2016, charging him and five of his close associates, including Nahum Sicairos-Montalvo, aka Kinceanero, with Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances Intended for Importation and Conspiracy to Import Controlled Substances.  U.S. District Court Judge Dana M. Sabraw arraigned Lopez-Serrano on these charges and unsealed the indictment against these two defendants. The announcement was made by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, Acting U.S. Attorney Alana Robinson for the Southern District of California and Special Agent in Charge William R. Sherman of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s San Diego Field Office...
McConnell Groveled Trump Endorsement
For Swamp Lackey – Brooks Vote Is Anti-McConnell
{} ~ Rep Mo Brooks, an Alabama conservative, was doing everything he could to get President Trump to recognize him as the preferred true conservative and in doing so win his endorsement for next Tuesday’s Senate race... He may have been successful in one regard, in establishing himself as the true Trump candidate, and that may be exactly what cost him the support of the President. While most of his Cabinet picks have been outstanding, President Trump has made some puzzling decisions in some personnel matters, such as with General HR McMaster, Dina Habib Powell, and Gary Cohn, all known globalists and their ilk that are now packing the NSC. Rod Rosenstein as Deputy AG was no gem either and Christopher Wray at the FBI is a problem waiting to happen. He’s refused to purge the liar-nObama holdovers, somehow accepting their betrayal as preferable to draining them from the swamp. Now he’s showing that same puzzling behavior in endorsing a Mitch McConnell lackey in the race for the Alabama Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The only possible explanation for President Trump endorsing the current acting Senator, Luther Strange, would be as a  favor to or part of a deal with Senate Majority Leader Mitch “White Flag” McConnell...
State Department Divided on Mission
by Byron York
{} ~ As part of what he calls a "redesign" of the State Department, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has surveyed more than 35,000 State employees on the most fundamental questions facing the organization. And Tillerson -- or, more accurately, a consulting firm hired by the secretary -- has found that large blocs of State workers do not agree on what the department's mission should be.

"For an organization with a very significant role in the world, too many in the Department of State were not clear on the exact mission of the agency," consultants from Insigniam wrote in a "Listening Report" completed in June.

Some said the mission is, or should be, "installing democracy" around the world. Others said it is "spreading American values." The one mission that the largest number of employees could agree on was "protecting Americans and the interests of America throughout the world."

Beyond that, no single phrase united the department's employees. So now, Tillerson and his top aides are trying to craft the material gathered from those 35,000-plus questionnaires into a new mission statement. Changing the department's mission statement is pretty much standard procedure when a new president and party take over. Working with Insigniam, a group of leaders from State and the U.S. Agency for International Development came up with three draft sentences, one to describe the department's purpose, the next to describe its mission, and the next to describe its ambition.

The purpose statement: "We promote the security, prosperity, and interests of the American people globally."

The mission statement: "Lead America's foreign policy through global advocacy, action, and assistance to shape a safer, more prosperous world."

The ambition statement: "The American people thrive in a peaceful and interconnected world that is free, resilient, and prosperous."

The consultants asked State employees for reaction to each keyword. Does "advocacy" accurately describe what the department does? What about a "free" world? And "resilient"? The consultants also asked employees to offer any other words they felt better described State's mission.

In a cloud made from responses to the question of which words best describe State's current mission, the standouts were "diplomacy," "security," "peace," "prosperity," "democracy," and "development."

One thing that is likely to come out in the final product is that the Donald Trump State Department mission statement will be more assertively American than the statement under Barack liar-nObama. The consultants noted that a State document from May of this year wrote that "ABOVE ALL, the mission of the U.S. Department of State is to advance the national interests of the United States and its people."

From 2013 to 2016, the consultants added by contrast, the State mission statement was "to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just, and democratic world and foster conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the American people and people everywhere."

It's a we-are-USA vibe versus a we're-citizens-of-the-world vibe. When I asked Tillerson spokesman, R.C. Hammond, whether he would agree that the proposed new statement is in fact more assertively American than the old, he answered, "I would. We will not apologize for being American."

On the campaign trail, candidate Trump expressed contempt for America's disastrous effort to install democracy in Iraq."We do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone," Trump said in his inaugural address. "But rather to let it shine as an example for everyone to follow."

Now, some Trump critics, Republican and Democrat, are unhappy that the proposed mission statement does not include the word "democracy."

Tom Malinowski, an liar-nObama State Department official, told the Washington Post that the proposed mission statement -- "Lead America's foreign policy through global advocacy, action, and assistance to shape a safer, more prosperous world" -- reflects "a worldview similar to that of Putin."

It is hard to take such commentary seriously -- after all, the three-part purpose/mission/ambition statement includes the goal of a world that is not only "peaceful" but "free" -- but that is what Malinowski said. It just shows there's plenty of Trump Resistance in the State Department world as well as the rest of Washington.

Tillerson's consultants found that in the absence of a single idea of mission, many in the State Department tend to define their job by the area of the Department in which they work. The foreign service sees the mission as one thing. Washington-based administrators see another. Economics-oriented specialists see yet another, and so on.

"Without a unified mission, people in the State Department speak from their place in the organization, not as one organization," the contractors noted.

Tillerson's job is to find some sort of unity. With a big part of the permanent bureaucracy opposed to him, and especially opposed to the president who appointed him, that might be impossible. So Tillerson might want to choose the proposed mission statement that brought the closest thing to a consensus: "Protecting Americans and the interests of America throughout the world." Let others argue about democracy and various causes, while the secretary sticks to the main thing.

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California Democrat Predicts
‘Widespread Civil Unrest’
If Trump Fires Mueller

California Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu predicted Monday there will be “widespread civil unrest” if President Donald Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller.

“If the president does go ahead and fire Robert Mueller, we would have people take to the streets,” Lieu told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.

“I believe there would be widespread civil unrest because Americans believe the rule of law is paramount.”

“You think there would be widespread civil unrest?” Hayes asked.

“I do. I think you’re going have protests and marches and rallies and sit-ins. I believe Americans would not stand for the firing of Robert Mueller,” Lieu replied.

Trump’s tweets last week have fueled speculation he plans to get rid of Mueller, who was appointed May 2017 to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump called the Mueller probe a “witch hunt,” which “should never have been started.” 

The Fake News is beside themselves that McCabe was caught, called out and fired. How many hundreds of thousands of dollars was given to wife’s campaign by Crooked H friend, Terry M, who was also under investigation? How many lies? How many leaks? Comey knew it all, and much more!


Trump lawyer John Dowd believes the Mueller investigation should come to an end, he said over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, which added fuel to the fire.

White House special counsel Ty Cobb issued a statement on Sunday, denying Trump plans to fire Mueller.

Trump would either have to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions or fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in order to shut down the Mueller investigation.

Rosenstein serves as acting attorney general for the Russia investigation because Sessions recused himself from the matter due to his involvement with the Trump campaign.

Sessions’ and/or Rosenstein’s replacements could shut down the Mueller investigation if the two were forced out of their positions.


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