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Klayman Report

Posted November 17, 2017, at 5:27 PM Eastern (1 day ago)
Larry Klayman sees women as 'protected species' too often not held accountable
By Larry Klayman
WND
Hillary Clinton, the Wicked Witch of the Left, has spent the last week largely protesting that if a special counsel is finally appointed to investigate and likely prosecute her racketeering enterprise known as the Clinton Foundation — which took bribes on her and Bill's behalf to grease the sale of uranium to Russian interests — it would be an abuse of process and an affront to the rule of law. Notwithstanding my petition to be appointed that special counsel at the direction of President Donald Trump (Go to www.freedomwatchusa.org to sign the petition), Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has allegedly perjured himself before Congress, is himself under investigation by the other special counsel, Robert Mueller, and is loathe to appoint one for Hillary, as those in glass houses don't generally throw stones.


Posted November 17, 2017, at 4:36 PM Eastern (1 day ago)
By Eugene Scott
Washington Post
The department went from being headed by the first black female attorney general, Loretta Lynch, to not having any black Americans in senior positions, something Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Cedric L. Richmond (D-La.) probed during a House hearing with Sessions this week.

"I do not have a senior staff member at this time that's an African-American," Sessions acknowledged when asked about the significant decrease in diversity of judicial nominees.


Posted November 17, 2017, at 4:32 PM Eastern (1 day ago)
By Nolan D. McCaskill
POLITICO
"President Trump will choose a nominee for a future Supreme Court vacancy, should one arise, from this updated list of 25 individuals," the White House said in a statement. "The president remains deeply committed to identifying and selecting outstanding jurists in the mold of Justice Gorsuch. These additions, like those on the original list released more than a year ago, were selected with input from respected conservative leaders."

As the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Trump initially released a list of 11 potential justices in May 2016. He added 10 names during the general election in September, including Neil Gorsuch, the man Trump successfully tapped in January to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the high court.


Posted November 17, 2017, at 8:57 AM Eastern (1 day ago)
Mail Online
The TV host was interviewing two former Capitol Hill staffers for a segment on Today with Megyn Kelly, her new NBC show, when she made the remarks to demonstrate how she empathized with them.

'When I started at Fox News, I was 32, I had practiced law for 10 years already. I was asked to do the twirl and I did it.


Posted November 17, 2017, at 8:56 AM Eastern (1 day ago)
By Bret Stephens
New York Times
The Zionist Organization of America feted Stephen K. Bannon at a gala dinner in New York on Sunday night. What a disgrace.

What a mistake, too.

It's a disgrace because no organization that purports to represent the interests of the Jewish people should ever embrace anyone who embraces anti-Semites. Jews have enemies enough. To provide those enemies with moral cover for the sake of political convenience or ideology corroborates the worst anti-Semitic stereotypes and strengthens the hand of those who mean us harm.


Posted November 17, 2017, at 8:53 AM Eastern (1 day ago)
The Telegraph
The world's first human head transplant has been carried out on a corpse in China in an 18-hour operation that showed it was possible to successfully reconnect the spine, nerves and blood vessels.

At a press conference in Vienna on Friday morning, Italian Professor Sergio Canavero, director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, announced that a team at Harbin Medical University had "realised the first human head transplant" and said an operation on a live human will take place "imminently."


Posted November 17, 2017, at 8:44 AM Eastern (1 day ago)
By Warner Todd Huston
Breitbart
A Muslim student has been removed from a college basketball team in Kansas for shooting baskets during the playing of the national anthem. The student claims he has a "religious objection" to the anthem.

The student, 19-year-old Rasool Samir, is now saying that his civil rights were violated when Garden City Community College, in Garden City, Kansas, removed him from the team, the Associated Press reported.


Posted November 16, 2017, at 7:31 PM Eastern (2 days ago)
By Heather Caygle
POLITICO
Some CHC members were turned off by Curbelo's refusal to back the DREAM Act, their bill to grant legal status to Dreamers. Curbelo has said he would vote for the Dream Act if it made it to the floor but has resisted CHC pressure to cosponsor the bill.

Curbelo told POLITICO he doesn't expect their spat to hamper efforts to get a solution for Dreamers by the end of next year — while taking a shot at the CHC.


Posted November 16, 2017, at 11:40 AM Eastern (2 days ago)
NY Daily News
The ongoing feud between Jerry Jones and the NFL has reached new heights.

The NFL sent a letter to Jerry Jones' attorney Wednesday laying the foundation to potentially remove Jones as owner of the Dallas Cowboys due to his ongoing sabotage of commissioner Roger Goodell's contract extension, as first reported by the Wall Street Journal.


Posted November 16, 2017, at 11:19 AM Eastern (2 days ago)
By Barnini Chakraborty
Fox News
A California TV host and sports radio broadcaster on Thursday accused Democratic Sen. Al Franken of kissing and groping her without her consent in 2006.

Leeann Tweeden posted a blog detailing the alleged incident and also tweeted a picture of what seems to be a grinning Franken standing over her as she sleeps, pretending to grab her breasts.


Posted November 16, 2017, at 11:17 AM Eastern (2 days ago)
By Sandy Fitzgerald
Newsmax
Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore should "step aside" from the race following several allegations of sexual misconduct, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday.

"These allegations are absolutely credible allegations, so the guy should step aside," Ryan told CNBC's "Squawk Box" program.


Posted November 16, 2017, at 11:14 AM Eastern (2 days ago)
By Todd Beamon
Newsmax
Bill O'Reilly told Newsmax TV on Wednesday that "the Democratic Party is going to hang Judge Roy Moore around the neck of the Republican Party if he does win."

"Even if he wins," the Dec. 12 election, "he'll be isolated, he'll be a pariah, because his defense against the allegations was weak," O'Reilly told "Newsmax Now" host Bill Tucker in an interview.


Posted November 15, 2017, at 2:51 PM Eastern (3 days ago)
Complaint Asks Court to Order that Mueller Be Terminated
(Washington, D.C., November 16, 2017). Today, Larry Klayman, the founder of both Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch and a former federal prosecutor filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (Case No. 1:17-CV-02459) to force Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray and the heads of the Department of Justice's Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and Inspector General (IG) to expeditiously investigate and remedy the continuing illegal grand jury leaks and conflicts of interest emanating from the Office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Having previously filed an administrative complaint with OPR and IG, and these investigative arms of the Justice Department having failed to take action, Freedom Watch's complaint asks the district court to order investigations and once the illegal leaks and conflicts are confirmed, to compel the termination of Special Counsel Mueller.

Klayman had this to say after filing this legal action:

"It is time that someone take action to stem the criminal and otherwise illegal activity of Mueller and his staff. He is not above the law and must play by the same rules as all federal prosecutors. Mueller's jihad against President Trump and his present and former colleagues is abhorrent and a huge waste of taxpayer money destructive of the nation's body politic during these dire times, but even were this 'witch hunt' legitimate, there is no ethical or legal justification in using leaks of grand jury information and activities to destroy lives before defendants and putative defendants are even indicted and tried before a jury of their peers. Mueller, who is not a man of integrity but simply a Washington establishment politician, must now have to answer himself to the bar of justice.

"Freedom Watch is taking this action since Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, an Obama holdover as U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland, himself has a conflict of interest and has abdicated his duty to police Special Counsel Mueller! Rosenstein has and will put his Democrat leaning politics ahead of duty!"

This complaint is embedded below and can also be found at www.freedomwatchusa.org.

For more information, contact daj142182@gmail.com or (424) 274 2579.





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Posted November 15, 2017, at 9:26 AM Eastern (3 days ago)
By Andrew C. McCarthy
National Review
Republicans, whether in the White House or on Capitol Hill, do not seem to appreciate how much they may be undermining what they say they want — a serious investigation of the Clinton Foundation and such related matters as the Uranium One transaction, the interplay between the foundation and the operation of the State Department during Secretary Clinton's tenure, and the question of whether that interplay explains the use of the improper private email system and the destruction of tens of thousands of emails.

The president has been railing about his own Justice Department's apparent inaction (after signaling, post-election, that he did not want to see the Clintons further investigated and prosecuted). A group of House Republicans has taken up this cause and is pushing for the appointment of a special counsel. In essence, it is a tit-for-tat maneuver: There is a special-counsel probing Trump ties to Russia, they reason, so why not a special-counsel to probe Clinton ties to Russia?


Posted November 15, 2017, at 9:07 AM Eastern (3 days ago)
By Dana Milbank
Washington Post
With all the documentation of Russian collusion piling up, President Trump's best excuse may be that his people were too incompetent to organize a conspiracy. Luckily for him, an innocent-by-reason-of-stupidity defense has the virtue of being plausible.

For example, there is clear and compelling evidence that Donald Trump Jr. is dumb as a post.


Posted November 15, 2017, at 8:59 AM Eastern (3 days ago)
By Jordan Weissmann
Slate Magazine
The Fox News legal analyst who told Sean Hannity that women regularly lie about sexual harassment and that actual victims of predators are rare has stepped down from management at her law firm following the controversy over her comments.

Mercedes Colwin, an employment lawyer who specializes in defending corporate executives accused of harassment, will no longer serve as the managing partner of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani's New York office, according to a report on the American Lawyer. Colwin appeared on Hannity's show last week to discuss the Washington Post's report that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore had dated teenagers and allegedly molested a 14-year-old girl. Colwin, who has been a Fox analyst since 2005, told the host that women "definitely" make up sexual harassment claims in order to milk money from corporations. When Hannity tried to hedge by saying that "there are women who are victims of predators," Colwin responded that they were "very few and far between."


Posted November 14, 2017, at 10:18 AM Eastern (4 days ago)
By Jessica Estepa
USA TODAY
George H. W. Bush apologized Monday after another woman said the former president groped her during a 2003 photo op when she was 16 years old.

Time magazine reported on Monday that Rosyln Corrigan is accusing Bush of groping her buttocks when she was standing next to him for a photo at a November 2003 event at a CIA office, which she attended with her parents.


Posted November 14, 2017, at 10:15 AM Eastern (4 days ago)
By Matt Zapotosky
Washington Post
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is entertaining the idea of appointing a second special counsel to investigate a host of Republican concerns — including alleged wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation and the controversial sale of a uranium company to Russia — and has directed senior federal prosecutors to explore at least some of the matters and report back to him and his top deputy, according to a letter obtained by The Washington Post.

The revelation came in a response by the Justice Department to an inquiry from House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), who in July and again in September called for Sessions to appoint a second special counsel to investigate concerns he had related to the 2016 election and its aftermath.


Posted November 14, 2017, at 8:08 AM Eastern (4 days ago)
SIGN THIS PETITION Asking President Trump to Have Appointed the Only Lawyer Ever to Have a Court Rule That Bill Clinton Committed a Crime! The Republic Hangs in the Balance!
Freedom Watch
Dear Friend, Supporter and Fellow Patriot:

You know me as the only lawyer ever to have a court of law rule that former President Bill Clinton committed a crime. This ruling was by a courageous U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth over Clinton's violation of the privacy rights of a woman he assaulted and sexually abused in the Oval Office, which in Slick Willy's case could sadly be called the "Oral Office," given his illicit and unethical sex with a White House intern.

But today we face a much greater threat and crimes by the Clintons and the administration of former President Barack Hussein Obama. Obama, along with the Clintons, have committed the real Russian collusion scandal, one that involves racketeering and bribery into their coffers from "communists" to acquire illegally over 20 percent of America's strategic uranium reserves, seriously endangering our national security. Uranium is the fuel for atomic reactors and nuclear bombs!


Posted November 13, 2017, at 1:49 PM Eastern (5 days ago)
Fox News Insider
Judge Andrew Napolitano said a special counsel is not necessary in this case, but an attorney general who does his job is.

"Jeff Sessions needs to erase the image that he is reluctant to do his job. He shouldn't be, because America needs a vigorous attorney general to enforce federal law," Napolitano said on "America's Newsroom."

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