Huckabee Sanders SCORCHES Reporter over Immigration

by hannity.com

{ hannity.com } ~ White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders got into a fiery exchange with a reporter Thursday… slamming the journalist after he repeatedly harassed the Trump aide over the administration’s immigration policy. Sanders was fielding questions from the press pool during her daily briefing when one reporter exploded on the Secretary, demanding she “answer the question.” “Settle down, I’m trying to be serious. I know you want to get more TV time, but that’s not what this is about,” fired-back Sanders…Where was this report on the last administration? https://www.hannity.com/media-room/explosive-exchange-huckabee-sanders-scorches-reporter-over-immigration/?utm_source=&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=19224

VIDEO: https://twitter.com/dcexaminer/status/1007344730412331008?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.hannity.com%2Fmedia-room%2Fexplosive-exchange-huckabee-sanders-scorches-reporter-over-immigration%2F

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FBI and DOJ – Why Aren’t They Talking?

by clarionproject.org

{ clarionproject.org } ~ The Justice Department (DOJ) called out the FBI for its shortcomings in alerting law enforcement and preventing terror attacks… when a potential terrorist is out of the purview of the DOJ. DOJ Inspector Michael Horowitz pointed out such an individual in an unclassified summary of his report, The Washington Times reported. The individual, who was not named, was on the FBI’s radar on and off since 2013. Sources said he was likely in a military prison. Although the FBI “intermittently” intervened, Horowitz said that was insufficient. “We found that these efforts did not adequately mitigate the threat,” he wrote in the report, saying similar risks may exist with other homegrown violent extremists (HVEs). In the classified report, the DOJ recommended five ways the FBI could close the gaps to mitigate threats from extremists not held in DOJ facilities…   https://clarionproject.org/doj-fbi-not-talking-enough/

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President Trump must Fire Sessions, Rosenstein, and Mueller

by Bob Webster

{ ipatriot.com } ~ In 1973 Attorney General (AG) Elliot Richardson appointed a special prosecutor, Archibald Cox, to investigate the bungled burglary of Democratic National Committee offices at the Watergate Hotel… President Richard M. Nixon subsequently ordered Richardson to fire Cox. When Richardson refused and resigned, Nixon ordered Deputy AG (DAG) William Ruckelshaus to fire Cox. Ruckelshaus also refused and resigned. Nixon then ordered the third in seniority at the Department of Justice (DoJ) to fire Cox and, with misgivings, the deed was done. These actions eventually led to Nixon resigning amid the threat of impeachment. In response to the column I wrote on May 19, How President Trump can terminate the Mueller fiasco and start to drain the swamp, I was contacted by a reader who cited the Nixon example as a case that justifies advising President Trump to not fire Special Counsel (SC) Mueller and those responsible for his appointment. I strongly disagree. Here’s why…   https://ipatriot.com/president-trump-must-fire-sessions-rosenstein-and-mueller/

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Chris Farrell: ‘The IG is Where the TruthGoes to Die’

by judicialwatch.org

{ judicialwatch.org } ~ June 14, 2018- JW Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell appeared on “Dana Loesch Relentless” on NRA TV to discuss the newly released IG Report.   https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/in-the-news/chris-farrell-the-doj-is-where-the-truth-goes-to-die/

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAWWzUH5Zqc

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House Republicans are About to Make a Huge Mistake With Amnesty Vote

by patriotnewsdaily.com

{ patriotnewsdaily.com } ~ His hand essentially forced by a cabal of traitorous Republicans who believe that the top priority for the party right now needs to be providing amnesty for Dreamers… House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Tuesday that he would bring two bills to the floor next week for full debate and voting. One of those bills will be a conservative, Trump-supported bill written by Rep. Bob Goodlatte that is almost certain to fail due to lack of Democrat support. The other will be an as-yet unwritten compromise bill that could include anything from full Dreamer citizenship to imaginary “border security” assurances that mean absolutely nothing. To be clear, it could have been worse. If moderate Republicans had succeeded in gathering enough signatures for their so-called “discharge petition,” Ryan would have been forced to bring four separate bills to the floor, one of which is a no-strings-attached path to citizenship for illegal immigrants who are both in the DACA program and potentially eligible for the program. So we can’t necessarily blame him for trying to find a way to avoid that disaster, and we don’t hold him fully at fault for the mistake Republicans might make next week. Still, the impending disaster could be enormous and, let’s face it, Ryan, who is retiring at the end of this term, doesn’t have any political calculations left to worry about. While we understand the urgency to get some immigration legislation passed, it seems to us that Republicans are fundamentally confused about which PART of it is actually urgent. The American people did not vote for Donald Trump by accident. And a vote for Trump was not, in any way, shape, or form, a vote for a continuation – nay, an EXPANSION – of Barack liar-nObama’s immigration policies. So it baffles us to see Republicans treating DACA legislation as the name of the game instead of what it is: A bargaining chip with which to lure Democrats over to our side of the fence. Then again, who’s really confused? Republicans…or us, who continue to believe that these elected representatives actually care about serving the American people?…   http://patriotnewsdaily.com/house-republicans-are-about-to-make-a-huge-mistake-with-amnesty-vote/

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The AMA Moves Left on Guns and Suicide

by Culture Beat: The American Medical Association (AMA) recently waffled on two issues about which it has in the past largely maintained consistent positions. First, the AMA has refused to reaffirm its past opposition to physician-assisted suicide. “Rather than reaffirming its longstanding opposition to assisted suicide,” LifeNews reports, “the AMA has in effect sent it back to the Council for further study — opening the door to a change in position.” This is a clear cave to the “death with dignity” advocates who have long sought support from the medical community to promote the practice as ethical, with the ultimate goal of seeing it legalized nationally. In the past, the AMA’s ethics panel’s rejection of the practice has been definitively clear, stating, “Physician-assisted suicide is fundamentally incompatible with the physician’s role as healer, would be difficult or impossible to control, and would pose serious societal risks.” And legalizing it leads to — surprise — more suicides.

The second issue the AMA has waded into is gun control. Under pressure from gun-control activists, the AMA caved and endorsed a ban on so-called “assault weapons.” Outgoing AMA President David Barbe, who is a big advocate for gun control, stated, “The AMA must not back down from addressing gun violence.” Pointing out recent school attacks, Barbe further argued, “The fact that this problem continues to worsen has spurred a new sense of urgency in this house even while Congress fails to act.” AMA delegates also endorsed banning firearm possession for individuals under the age of 21.

Here we have a clear example of two slippery slope issues on which the AMA has fallen for the emotional gambit rather than the rationally based facts. On the issue of physician-assisted suicide, the real ethical problem is two-fold. First, it puts a patient in a vulnerable position for risk of coercion, mistakes and even abuse (obviously with no opportunity for correction). Second, it has the potential to put a doctor on the hook legally speaking to perform a physician-assisted suicide even if they oppose the practice on ethical or religious grounds. Look no further than the controversy over providing services for same-sex weddings.

Meanwhile, the AMA throwing its weight behind a ban on “assault weapons,” along with support for other limits to Americans’ Second Amendment rights, is a huge win for the anti-gun lobby. That’s especially true if the gun-grabbers can now make the argument that the AMA says guns are bad for one’s health. It’s this kind of weight that can move politicians and even public opinion, not based on any rational reasoning but simply based upon the academic status of a trusted organization. ~The Patriot Post

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