James Kallstrom, a former assistant director of the FBI, expressed his concern that the agency’s reputation has been sullied by FBI Director James Comey’s handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, adding that other agents feel the same way.
“There is no longer any difference between our politicians and the elite media who report on them, and the Hollywood elites who bankroll them both. They work together in some newsrooms and boardrooms and Washington backrooms and star-studded champagne fundraisers to decide for the rest of us what’s news and what’s not, what’s true and what’s not, who gets protected, who goes to prison, who gets our money and who gets our vote.”
Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, talked with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon about President Barack Obama’s willful disregard for the law as president and the FBI’s decision not to charge Hillary Clinton for her actions involving top secret emails.Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, talked with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon about President Barack Obama’s willful disregard for the law as president and the FBI’s decision not to charge Hillary Clinton for her actions involving top secret emails.
The number of background checks conducted during the Obama presidency is so high that it averages out to nearly 52,000 a day. That means, an average of 52,000 citizens a day go to a retail store to buy a gun, two guns, or even more.
A former White House counsel believes Hillary Clinton should have her security clearance revoked due to the FBI’s assessment that she was “extremely careless” with classified information as secretary of state. C. Boyden Gray, who worked in the White House as legal counsel for both President Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, said that Clinton should no longer receive daily intelligence briefings after FBI Director James Comey revealed the agency’s finding from its investigation that she was “extremely careless” with “very sensitive, highly classified information.”
One in every nine children is raised in a conflict zone, according to a UNICEF report released on Tuesday. Two hundred and fifty million young people are living in warzones and with the number of people fleeing these regions at its highest since World War II, every second refugee is a child.
Polling from that organization found that 54 percent of Americans disagreed with the FBI decision not to indict Clinton. Breaking the numbers down by party affiliation, 79 percent of Republicans disagreed with the FBI as did 63 percent of independent voters. Perhaps most surprisingly, a quarter of Democratic voters polled also said Clinton should have faced an indictment. (Personally, everyone I know thinks she is either a) incompetent b) negligent c) careless d) criminal or e) all of the above! These numbers seem low...)