Get off that late-summer snooze button, America. The Obama administration is plotting to break a major promise made under oath — and jeopardize our nation in the name of social justice.
This week, top White House officials floated renewed plans to close down Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Pentagon and Justice Department bureaucrats have been powwowing over how to shutter the facility and import up to hundreds of detained jihad suspects into the U.S. It’s a longtime legacy promise President Obama wants to fulfill to progressives before he rides off permanently to Martha’s Vineyard and Hawaii’s lushest golf courses.
There’s one teeny-tiny problem: the promise former Attorney General Eric Holder swore to Congress after the last time his stubborn boss tried to dump the detainees on American soil. Somehow, as they busied themselves with the nitty-gritty details of transferring Islamic enemy combatants to Gitmo North, key members of Team Obama suffered a disturbing bout of national security amnesia.
The Republican candidates make one statement people don’t like and all we hear is they’re finished and their run is over. Hillary Clinton is facing a possible indictment for a very serious crime, but her candidacy is not in jeopardy. Wait until you hear the latest information released.
The FBI has seized Hillary Clinton’s server which we now know did not have an encryption certificate. There’s little doubt that the Chinese and/or Russian’s and/or North Koreans have the information that was on the server. The technician who managed the server did not have security clearance nor did the lawyer who was in possession of the thumb drive with all of Hillary’s data, or at least the data she didn’t delete.
Senator Chuck Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, delivered an update on the classified emails. He has been pressing for more information.
President Barack Obama approved of Iran’s right to operate a nuclear program in 2011 during secret meetings with Iranian officials, according to new disclosures by Iran’s Supreme Leader.
The comments, made earlier this year by Ali Khamenei, dispute claims by the Obama administration that it only began talking to Iran after the election of President Hassan Rouhani.
Khamenei revealed in a recent speech that talks began in secret with anti-Semitic, Holocaust denying former President Mahmoud Ahmadenejad. At this time, Obama told the Iranians he endorses Iran’s right to have a nuclear program.