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SOLUTION TO GUN CONTROL

In 1865, a Democrat shot and killed Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States .

In 1881, a left wing radical Democrat shot James Garfield, President of the United States – who later died from the wound.

In 1963, a radical left wing socialist shot and killed John F. Kennedy, President of the United States.

In 1975, a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at Gerald Ford, President of the United States.

In 1983, a registered Democrat shot and wounded Ronald Reagan, President of the United States.

In 1984, James Hubert, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 22 people in a McDonalds restaurant.

In 1986, Patrick Sherrill, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 15 people in an Oklahoma post office.

In 1990, James Pough, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 10 people at a GMAC office.

In 1991, George Hennard, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 23 people in a Luby’s cafeteria in Killeen , TX.

In 1995, James Daniel Simpson, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 5 coworkers in a Texas laboratory.

In 1999, Larry Asbrook, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 8 people at a church service.

In 2001, a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at the White House in a failed attempt to kill George W. Bush, President of the US.

In 2003, Douglas Williams, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 7 people at a Lockheed Martin plant.

In 2007, a registered Democrat named Seung – Hui Cho, shot and killed 32 people in Virginia Tech.

In 2010, a mentally ill registered Democrat named Jared Lee Loughner, shot Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killed 6 others.

In 2011, a registered Democrat named James Holmes, went into a movie theater and shot and killed 12 people.

In 2012, Andrew Engeldinger, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 7 people in Minneapolis.

In 2013, a registered Democrat named Adam Lanza, shot and killed 26 people in a school in Newtown ,CT.

As recently as Sept 2013, an angry Democrat shot 12 at a Navy ship yard.

Clearly, there is a problem with Democrats and guns.

Not one NRA member, Tea Party member, or Republican conservative was involved in any of these shootings and murders.

SOLUTION:

It should be illegal for Democrats to own guns.

We don’t need gun control, we need Democrat control.

Guns don’t kill people, Democrats do!

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Gov’t Cheese and Baloney

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What have we ignored in the last 2071 years?

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“The Budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed, lest Rome will become bankrupt. People must again learn to work instead of living on public assistance.”

Cicero, 55 BC

UH-OH! IT’S ABOUT TO GET REALLY NASTY: CLINTON’S FORMER MISTRESS SPEAKS OUT!!

By Chandra Medina
The closer we move to the election more skeletons come out of the closet. For Hillary, that means more of Bill’s former lovers keep coming out of the woodwork.

This time it’s a former Miss Arkansas, who says being Bill’s mistress is old news, but the message she is sending out will shock you? Or will it? She recently issued a warning about a possible suicide. Only, she says if she “mysteriously” is discovered dead, it is NOT at her own hands.

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From the Daily Mail:
A beauty queen who claims she was Bill Clinton’s mistress has posted a dramatic warning on Facebook that if she dies by ‘suicide’ no-one should believe it – because Hillary had previously ‘beat me down so I’d lose everything’.
Sally Miller, a one-time Miss Arkansas, warned that she believed she could be killed for revealing what she said were threats and intimidation by Clinton allies concerned that their methods would be revealed to voters.
‘Please share. Consider this a warning. Trust me, no one is safe,’ Miller wrote.
‘In this election year, if you read I died….by committing suicide….don’t believe it. Sally Miller.’
Sally Miller claims she is being followed and solicited online by unknown young men. She is being threatened and intimidated.
Miller had an affair with Bill Clinton in 1983, that was revealed in 1994. ‘She doesn’t care if I discuss my affair with Bill—that’s old news,’ Miller wrote. ‘She wants to make certain I don’t write about her actions—-how she paid professionals to stalk me, frighten and threaten me, and, ultimately, “finish me off.”’
Miller used Facebook to detail a series of what she describes as attacks on her by Hillary Clinton, remarking at one point, ‘I did a good job of hiding in China for 10 years after Hillary cause [sic] me to lose a job and almost my life.’ Things will only heat up even more as the presidential race goes on.
The Clinton’s have an interesting history with people “mysteriously disappearing” who choose to get in the way of what they want. History has shown Hillary smack in the middle of some dark shady practices which she continues to deny. She wants that chair in the Oval Office. I take this woman’s warning to heart…she may need to find another hiding place. What do you think?

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Trump Uses Only 5 Words to Completely OBLITERATE Obama’s Mosque Visit

The Donald rides again — and you are going to LOVE how he just reacted to Obama’s Mosque visit.

Greta Van Susteren asked Trump for his reaction to the president’s visit. The Donald said, “I don’t know if––maybe he feels comfortable there.”
Now, what on earth could he possibly mean by that?

Alarm bells in Congress: 50,000 Muslims entering Canada

by Leo Hohmann

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A border patrol agent monitors Canada-U.S. border in Montana, which has 550 miles of largely unprotected border. The border continues along North Dakota, Washington, Idaho, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Maine, Ohio, New York and several other states.
Canada’s new Liberal prime minister plans to “fast track” the acceptance of thousands of Syrian refugees over the next few weeks and that has some in Congress worried about security at the mostly unpatrolled northern border.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took office Nov. 4 promising to take in no less than 25,000 Syrian refugees by Dec. 31 and up to 50,000 by the end of 2016. The government fell far short of its goal, admitting only 6,000 as of Dec. 31 and about 15,000 to date, but Trudeau’s administration now says it will meet the 25,000 goal by March 1.

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Liberal Party leader and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took office Nov. 4 in Canada promising to import 25,000 Syrian “refugees” by Jan. 1.
Liberal Party leader and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 44, took office Nov. 4 in Canada promising to import 25,000 Syrian “refugees” by Jan. 1.
Canada and the U.S. share the world’s largest undefended international border. It stretches more than 5,520 miles across 13 states over land and water. The International Peace Garden was opened in 1932 in Bottineau, North Dakota, and the famed Peace Arch in Blaine, Washington, was dedicated in 1921 to celebrate the fact that the two countries share not only miles of border but values based on freedom and democracy.

But that was before the Syrian civil war, the Arab Spring, and mass migration of millions of Muslims out of the Middle East and Africa into Europe and North America.

What do YOU think? Does U.S. have northern-border problem, too? Sound off in today’s WND poll.

Congress spent much of last year debating the merits of President Obama’s plans to bring in 10,000 Syrian refugees. FBI Director James Comey testified on Oct. 1 saying it was virtually impossible to screen the vast majority of people who show up at United Nations’ refugee camps claiming to be Syrians. But in the end House Speaker Paul Ryan and the Republican Congress decided to fully fund the president’s expanded refugee program.

Now the Senate Homeland Security Committee is asking questions about Canada’s even more aggressive Syrian refugee program and how it might affect U.S. security.

Only 300 border agents on duty

The committee held a hearing Wednesday where it was revealed that the northern border is severely undermanned.

Only 300 U.S. border agents are working at the Canadian border at any given time, said Dean Mandel, a U.S. Border Patrol agent assigned to the Buffalo sector.

That compares to more than 2,000 agents patrolling the southern border with Mexico at any moment in time.

“We have one agent for every linear mile on our southern border and one for every 13.5 miles on our northern border,” Mandel said, adding that the northern border also has far fewer cameras and other technological infrastructure in place.

Montana alone has a 550-mile border with Canada, much of it rugged terrain and not monitored. Michigan, New York and Ohio have borders that include vast expanses of water.

And now Trudeau’s government plans to expedite the process of screening and integrating tens of thousands of Syrian refugees.

“There is a significant controversy over Canada’s plan to accept 25,000 refugees from Syria. Can we meet this risk? Canada is a diverse nation and has a Muslim population three times our own on a per capita basis,” said Mandel, who was testifying on behalf of the National Border Patrol Council.

Visa waiver program presents risk

Mandel said the visa waiver agreement the U.S. has with Canada presents a special risk.

“The visa waiver system is a huge security gap, because it is based on the assumption that if you are from Canada, a friendly country, you are no security risk,” he said.

“And database background checks are only as good as the database itself, which we found out in the San Bernardino (terrorist) case,” he said, referring to the fact that jihadist Tashfeen Malik entered the U.S. by passing through a visa background check.

“Many terrorists are simply not in the database,” he said. “We have failed to properly invest in our northern border. So we are gambling …relying so heavily on a foreign government concerns me. The Paris attack was launched right under the noses of Belgium security.”

More agents in El Paso than entire northern border

Mandel advised the Senate that manpower be beefed up on the northern border.

“The problem here is we simply don’t have enough manpower. We have more agents in El Paso (Texas) than on the entire northern border,” he said. “We have an almost complete reliance on Canadian law enforcement for our security.”

David Harris, director of INSIGNIS Strategic Research, an international intelligence firm based in Ottawa, also expressed grave concern about the infusion of so many Syrian refugees into Canada over such a short period of time.

Sending 25,000 Syrians to Canada would be the equivalent of sending 225,000 to the United States, he said.

“FBI Director James Comey has highlighted the difficulties the U.S. would have screening just 10,000 refugees,” Harris told the committee. “How likely is it that Canada could adequately screen two and a half times that many in just three months?”

Confirmed ISIS infiltrators in U.N. camps

He also reminded the committee that a Lebanese cabinet minister warned in 2015 that about 2 percent of those seeking refuge in United Nations refugee camps in his country are connected to the Islamic State or ISIS.

“And Canada is accepting refugees from Lebanese camps,” Harris said. “If 2 percent had a favorable view of ISIS, how many more might have similar views of al-Qaida or al-Nusra Front?”

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., also represents a state with a vast unpatrolled border.

“Anyone can come across the border. It’s just very porous,” she said. “…But we need more people, and we need more resources if we are going to have situational awareness on our border.”

It has been suggested in Canada that the risks can be mitigated by limiting refugee eligibility to children and families “but people lie about their age,” Harris said.

U.S. not prepared

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., wasted no time asking what was being done to protect the northern border.

“With tens of thousands of new individuals arriving in Canada, what is in place to assure they aren’t crossing the border into the United States?” she said. “And isn’t that going to put more pressure on local agents?”

Mandel said the Border Patrol is not prepared to meet the challenge.

“We need more communication, more intel, because it only takes one or two to come across and they can do a lot of damage, a lot of damage,” he said. “More communication and more focus, more awareness of what’s going on there, the happenings, our agents I think need to be aware of that.”

‘Demonization of Jews’

Another issue is how Shariah-compliant Muslims from Syria will treat women, homosexuals and Jews in their adopted Western country.

“There are safety issues for existing North American minorities, by unassimilated people from countries where the demonization of Jews is a matter of national policy,” Harris said. “What about LGBTs?”

Canada’s elected leaders, like those in the U.S., have stressed that Canada has a history of taking in people seeking refuge from persecution and war. Panelists Wednesday pointed to the Vietnamese boat people and the flight of Jews out of Europe following World War II.

“But the boat people were brought in over a period of a decade, so that presents a significant difference,” Harris said.

Laura Dawson, who directs the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and once worked in the resettlement industry with her church, said the word “expedited” is not the proper term to describe the fast-tracked Canadian refugee acceptance program.

“I would say ‘enhanced’ or ‘expanded’ are better ways to describe it,” she said.

The ‘crown jewel’ of Trudeau’s platform

But Guidy Mamann, a senior partner at the security firm of Mamann, Sanddaluk & Kingwell in Toronto, bristled at that notion.

“It’s going very, very fast, and we’re asking people to do things they’ve never done before, with time frames they’ve never worked under before,” Mamann told the committee. “This was the crown jewel of the prime minister’s platform. These men and women are going to be under tremendous pressure to get the job done. My concern is when people are fatigued they are not going to be as effective. Not that they are going to be cutting corners but that fatigue will be a factor.”

Harris cited a study by the Center for Immigration Studies, previously reported by WND, which found that the U.S. could help 12 Syrian refugees in the Middle East for what it costs to permanently resettle one in America.

Mamann said the challenges of permanently resettling 50,000 Syrians in Canada cannot be overstated.

“This is not a rescue mission this is a resettlement program. They’re already in camps where the U.N. is protecting them from danger,” he said, adding that the pressure on security personnel to complete the screening process by the target date is enormous.

“It’s an unprecedented volume of work that has to be done in record time,” Mamann said. “Canada closed its embassy in Damascus in 2012, so any information we have (on the refugees) is old.”

The decision to accept only families, women and children, not single men is key. “This will help but not solve the problem,” he said. “Remember we had the Boston (Marathon) bombers who came to the U.S. as small boys.”

The 50,000 Syrians who will eventually be resettled in Canada will be able to enter U.S. ports of entry without a visa – meaning no background checks are required – within four years of their arrival in Canada, Mamann said.

Syria is widely considered to be a hotbed of terrorist activity, he said, which cannot be glossed over.

They come to Canada or the U.S. because they are assigned to those countries by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, not because it was their choice, Mamann said.

“Whether they adopt our values is something that will be determined over time and we have no way of knowing,” he continued.

“The cause is a good one, but having said that there are unavoidable costs and risks associated with this program,” Mamann said. “Our government (in Canada) believes they are manageable.”

He said Canada has deployed 500 immigration agents to the Middle East to start screening refugees.

“They’re not going to Syria. They are outside the country. The question here is how to verify the information, how do you validate what someone tells you?” Mamann said. “You take an iris scan or fingerprints and nothing shows up (in the database). That tells you nothing about what side they’re on and for which side they may have fought.”

Canada requires citizens to privately sponsor each refugee, which many on the Senate panel agreed is a better system than the U.S. employs for making sure the new arrivals get assimilated into their adopted homeland.

But so far only 10,000 of the 25,000 will get these private sponsors because not enough Canadians have volunteered to sponsor Syrian families.

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., asked how many border agents Canada deploys at any given time along its border with the U.S.

“I would suspect it’s a lot less than that, less than 300,” Harris said.

And as for response times?

“Canada, their reaction time is good but it could be better. Sometimes the time can be…” Mandel said, shaking his head.

Tester also asked about visa waivers.

Mandel says the system lacks comprehensiveness.

“If they’ve overstayed their visa and they’re doing something nefarious, it doesn’t alert me. So a lack of comprehensiveness from our side is a concern,” he said.

“How do we know the wife is really the wife and the kids are really the kids in case there are no records?” Tester asked.

Dawson, the former refugee resettler, said that isn’t a major concern.

“We are dealing with people who are in the most low-risk demographic, these are people who are in refugee camps, you can never eliminate risk but these are
Mamann said the 6,000 Syrians who entered Canada by Dec. 31 were “the easy cases” because they were already in the U.N. pipeline.

“Now the question is the remainder are people who may or may not have been selected and the background checks may not have been started,” he said.

Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, asked about potential problems coming across Lake Erie in Ohio.

Mandel said it’s much more complicated on the northern border because of the tourist attractions at Niagara Falls and Lake Erie.

“On the northern border, with Niagara Falls and Lake Erie, the border is the attraction,” he said. “The communication could always improve between us and Canada. It’s very good, but the clutter, the amount of people that are there. It’s a lot to keep track of.”

Portman was concerned.

“If Canada does have a more aggressive refugee program, and is not doing the same level of vetting that the U.S. would do, then that puts us at risk,” he said.

Portman said the CIS study about the costs of resettling refugees vs. the costs of helping refugees where they are in the Middle East should be seriously considered.

We can support one refugee here versus 12 overseas in the Middle East. So it (resettlement) is a drop in the bucket … I think this is something we have to focus on more, how do you get these countries in the Middle East to resettle more refugees, and finally, how do you keep them home? The answer, if you ask them, is ‘I want to go home.’ These people don’t want to leave their home. So we have to look at, how do you keep people from having this radicalization environment by keeping them at (or near) their home overseas?”

Mamann said only 6 percent of refugees take up the offer to come to Canada.

“You’re absolutely right. It’s not their first choice. Could that money be better used overseas and help even more people, provide proper shelter, education, and eliminate whatever terrorist risks, there is a discussion to be had about that. That needs to take place, as allies and partners.”

The resettlement of 25,000 Syrians will cost $1.2 billion Canadian dollars.

“That’s a lot of money,” said Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc. “And Shariah law is not compatible with Western democracies… that is something that is never really mentioned but needs to be taken into consideration.”

“We’ve taken our eyes off the northern border. Let’s look at what the challenges are,” said the Democrat senator from North Dakota, Heidi Heitkamp. “The refugees that come get a permanent resident card, which requires a visa application. So on a point of entry, a person from Syria would not be given access until they went through the visa system. One of the great gaps we’ve found in our system is the visa waiver system. Every expert panelist we’ve brought in, has told us this. So what is Canada doing about this visa waiver program? If someone says they want to come as a student or a tourist?”

Mamann said it’s simple.

“If you’re a French national you just jump on a plane and head to Canada,” he said. “We make an assumption that a person coming from that country, as a friendly country, is not a risk. There is no system in place to require a visa if a person has been in Iraq or Syria over the last five years.”

Most terrorists don’t have negative records, he said.

“If you look back at 9/11. A person who has a clean record, that’s the person who is going to be a problem,” he said.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/02/alarm-bells-in-congress-50000-muslims-entering-canada/#SM85pZV7liYAmdF5.99

How CRUZ Stole Iowa from TRUMP

“The Cruz Campaign, Spence Rogers, sends out a tweet. And the tweet is headlined, “Press says that Carson is going to take a break”… so tell all the Carson people to campaign with Cruz… At 7:53 the Carson people send out a release saying, “We’re here. We’re staying in the race. We’re going to New Hampshire and South Carolina.” And at 8:20 the national co-chairman of the Cruz campaign, Steve King, sends out a tweet saying, “It looks like Carson is getting out of the race.” Now they knew at this point that this was inaccurate.
“Senator Cruz in his initial explanation about this said we were sending it to our team, leaving the implication, I suspect, to most viewers, that this had to do with sending it out to staff members. No, no, no… They sent this to their nearly 1,500 precinct captains. There are 1,500 precincts in the state. And they sent this message from Spence Roberts (Rogers). Now why does that matter. Now the gap between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz is 6,239 votes. There are 1,500 precincts. Do the math… If that message cost Carson four votes per precinct to switch to Cruz, then Cruz beats Trump. If he doesn’t switch four, then he loses”

Hillary emails so secret senior lawmakers can’t read them

by Douglas Ernst

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Emails on Hillary Clinton’s “home-brew” email server were so sensitive that senior lawmakers with the highest levels of security clearance must sign additional nondisclosure agreements before viewing them.

Senior members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and other key lawmakers do not have authorization to view intelligence known as “special access programs,” or SAP, on Clinton’s server, a source told Fox News on Thursday.

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The former secretary of state has been dogged with new questions on her handling of classified documents since news of the SAP intelligence was reported Tuesday. A Jan. 14 letter from Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III to lawmakers and officials confirmed SAP intelligence passed through Clinton’s server. The letter was exclusively obtained by Fox.

“To date, I have received two sworn declarations from one [intelligence community] element. These declarations cover several dozen emails containing classified information determined by the IC element to be at the confidential, secret, and top secret/sap levels,” said the IG letter. “According to the declarant, these documents contain information derived from classified IC element sources.”

The Democrat front-runner’s campaign spokesman Brian Fallon responded Wednesday by alleging McCullough, an appointee of President Obama, was part of a “coordinated leak” with Republicans.

“Two months ago, there was a Politico report that directly challenged the finding of this inspector general, and I don’t think he liked that very much,” Fallon told CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota, WND reported. “So I think that he put two Republican senators up to sending him a letter so that he would have an excuse to resurface the same allegations he made back in the summer that have been discredited.”

Clinton told NPR on Thursday that McCullough’s letter was just “another leak” meant to hurt her campaign.

“I’m just going to leave it up to the professionals at the Justice Department because nothing that this says changes the fact that I never sent or received material marked classified,” Clinton said.

What do YOU think? Who is your pick for president? Sound off in today’s WND poll

Fox chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge said Clinton’s comment was a giant red herring.

“It is the content that is classified – not the format it is in,” Herridge said Thursday. “To suggest to people that there is somehow a big rubber stamp with ‘classified’ that’s smacked on every document is completely misleading and that something you only see in the movies. Mrs. Clinton knows better because she had to have special training as secretary of state because she has classification authority.”

Herridge said the State Department final release of Clinton’s emails next week will not include the SAP emails because everything but the date, time-stamp, and subject line would need to be redacted.

The ‘Stop Hillary’ campaign is on fire! Join the surging response to this theme: ‘Clinton for prosecution, not president’

Thomas Dupree, a former Justice Department official, told the network that warnings from State Department IT employees and others that Clinton should use an official government account will further complicate her defense.

“If you have a situation where someone was knowingly violating the law and that they knew that what they were doing was prohibited by federal law because other people were saying, ‘You’re violating the law, knock it off,’ and they disregarded that advice and they went ahead, that’s a very difficult case to defend,” Dupree said Thursday.

Approximately 100 FBI special agents are assigned to an investigation that will determine if the former secretary of state violated a subsection of the Espionage Act related to “gross negligence” in handling government documents. That investigation also has a second track, which is to determine whether co-mingling of the Clinton Foundation and State Department business violated public corruption laws.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/hillary-emails-so-secret-senior-lawmakers-cant-read-them/#jv3F0x1icAkDJ6tS.99

Clinton Crony Brags About Illegally Mishandling Classified Material

Earlier this week Fox News’ Ed Henry broke a shocking story about a recently uncovered video about a former State Department official by the name of Wendy Sherman.
The video is of a speech Sherman gave in 2013, and it shows her bragging about the mishandling of classified government information through the use of personal electronic devices.
Sherman even graciously provides an example of Hillary Clinton purposefully breaking the law when she relates a story from a 2011 meeting with the U.N. General Assembly.

“Now we have Blackberries, and it has changed the way diplomacy is done.
Things appear on your Blackberries that would never be on an unclassified system, but you’re out traveling, you’re trying to negotiate something …
And so they sat there, as they were having the meeting, with their Blackberries, transferring language back and forth between them and between their aides to multitask in quite a new fashion, to have the meeting and at the same time be working on the quartet statement.”
And before anyone argues that Sherman could simply have been making up a story that didn’t actually take place – it seems that these very emails were part of the State Department Clinton email dump.
One of the most important things to notice here is that Clinton’s old lie about not passing along information that was “labeled classified” (which doesn’t actually matter) is proven untrue in this email because the communication is quite obviously labeled as classified.
1.4 (b) Foreign government information
1.4 (d) Foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources

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I wonder how long the liberal mainstream media will continue to allow Clinton to pretend that this scandal is just some trumped up GOP witch-hunt? That story is getting harder to sell every day.
Article reposted with permission from Eagle Rising, the opinions and views shared do not necessarily reflect the views of Freedom Outpost.

Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2016/01/clinton-crony-brags-about-illegally-mishandling-classified-material/#Vrd8apdAeiHeDS0w.99

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