GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s latest video, posted online Monday, portrays Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton laughing over flaming images of the Benghazi attack.
“Hillary has been having a laugh at our expense for years,” reads text at the beginning of the video, followed immediately with a series of video clips of the former secretary of State chuckling.
Clinton’s laughter can be heard while several news clips fly across the screen highlighting several controversies, from Whitewater to the recent federal investigation into her private email arrangement while at State.
The final clip of Clinton laughing — taken from her testimony on Capitol Hill last month before the House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya — is overlaid on burning images from the attack, which left four Americans dead.
Her laughing in the video jumps to text to finish the ad: “Don’t let the joke be on us!”
This is the first I’ve reported on the PP videos etal. THIS needs to be seen and shared! Each time a video is exposed it is worse then the previous one. Is there nothing immoral these evil people won’t do?! ~ JP
Charles C. Johnson acquired all the Planned Parenthood videos, in defiance of a federal court order to censor them. I’ve put them on YouTube and torrent (please help seed on latter). For those of you that have the stomach for watching hours of very kosher women gleefully discussing baby meat, here’s the YouTube:
In one of the most shocking confessions by abortion advocates to date, they share their enthusiasm for the burning of aborted babies into “energy” to power homes.
GotNews.com will contest any unconstitutional prior restraint of speech all the way to the highest courts in the land.
Yesterday we were hit with an unconstitutional demand letter from Morrison & Foerster, the firm representing the National Abortion Federation in its suit against David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress.
In one video leaked to the public by Got News – believed to be taped on April 7, 2014, at the annual National Abortion Federation meeting – an abortion panel discusses burning the bodies of aborted babies for energy.
One panelist admits:
“[I]t’s a PR nightmare for us. If we end up being the front page of the paper, ‘Fetuses are being used for energy.’ I mean–I think it’s a great idea, but…”
The staff member – her exact position and title is unclear from the footage – is from Canada. She is the one who brings up using “fetuses for energy” to the NAF panel. (The discussion starts at 14:59 in the video above.) She speaks of personally “having to deal with a big sort of explosion of the incineration of fetal and stillbirths being used in waste-to-energy facility.” The woman explains:
But we’re, we are as well. So we’re all linked probably to Stericycle as well. So our hospital in Canada, we contract out, and it’s going down to Portland, and Portland is a waste-to-energy facility. … But it potentially presents a lot of challenges for us, not just logistically and legally, but also politically. Because now the NHS of course, you know the hospitals, they were ordered that they’re not supposed to dispose of their fetal remains outside the whole–I don’t know what they’re gonna do.
According to one abortion staff member present, it’s more than just a “great idea” to abortion advocates. It’s actually already happened.
This material was turned over by Congressional whistleblowers not subject to the court order.
Innocent human beings are being targeted for death, ripped from the only home they have ever known, and collected piece by piece. Then, some of them are being transported by the very ones who kill them to facilities that turn them into energy. And while this happens, the abortion industry applauds and refuses to have a completely honest discussion with the public.
This information leads to a horrifying question: Is my home powered by it – by them? Is yours?
(Breitbart) – Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson defended his comments about the possibility of using drones at the Mexican border in a heated exchange with guest host CNN’s Jim Acosta.
“It is quite clear what I said, I was border? I said that drones are excellent for surveillance. You know, along that border. We have miles and miles, and, you know… So drones can help with the surveillance, and no way did I suggest that drones be used to kill people. And I said that to the media at the time. I said you guys, some of you are going to to be saying that Carson wants to use drones to kill people on the border, and how ridiculous, and I hope that at some point we have responsible media to focus on the problem. We have a huge security risk there.”
When Acosta asked about drone strikes on the cartels Carson said, “That is a total lie. I said that. a drone could be used to destroy is the caves used to hide people.”
Acosta continued to push causing Carson him to say (in a Reagan way):
“Please, please. read my lips and listen carefully to what I am saying. I said that there are caves. There are caves that they utilize, and those caves can be eliminated. There are a number of possibilities, and that could be one of them. I am not talking about killing people. No people with drones.”
On Sept. 27, Mr. Chao and another official sent a memo to the head of the agency recommending that the website go live on Oct. 1, even though security testing was “only partly completed.” At that time, he said, he was not aware of the test findings that indicated possible risks to security.
In the interview, Mr. Chao said that government documents and his recollection suggested “a failure to communicate” within the agency, and that it was “disturbing” that he had not been told of the potential security risks.
“I’m surprised,” he said when he was shown the Sept. 3 memo.
Democratic Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee used obscure language to characterize the push for a clean resolution which would end the government shutdown, labeling it a form of “martial law.” Advocating for the passage of a clean continuing resolution that would, at least temporarily, end the current standoff in Washington and reopen the government, Lee said there were enough members of Congress who would vote for the resolution.
“It’s something called a continuing resolution, but it’s a bill that you put on the floor that has been passed already by Republicans and Democrats in the United States Senate….that we could vote on today,” said Lee, adding, “We have martial law — what that means — and my colleagues know what it means — is that you can put a bill on in just minutes.”
The term “martial law” in a legislative context is somewhat obscure but it has been used before to define lawmakers’ ability to “fast track” bills without going through the usual congressional process.
However, Lee’s insistence that a Senate-approved resolution to fund the federal government be fast-tracked via “martial law” appears to conflict with Article I, Section 7, Clause I of the Constitution, which states, “All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives.”
This clause was included by the founders to ensure that decisions related to the power of the purse reside with the legislative body which is closest to the American people.
The last time martial law was mentioned by a member of Congress was back in 2008 when Rep. Brad Sherman revealed how lawmakers were threatened with “martial law in America” by then Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson if they rejected the TARP bailout package.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) says “We’re not broke, there’s plenty of money, the Government just doesn’t have it” and now has adopted a ‘Robin Hood tax’ on investment transactions. This issue is examined and discussed by a highly opinionated panel comprised of Michelle Fields, Emily Tisch Sussman, Jonathan Hoenig, and Wayne Rogers.