Articles for Friday 4 November 2016
- Obama Snaps!
- The Community Organizer lost control of a Hillary Clinton crowd in Fayetteville, North Carolina saying ‘Everybody sit down and be quiet!’ So Obama, are you all wee-wee’d up?
- Politico Reporter Gets Caught AGAIN!
- For the second time, Glenn Thrush, a Politico reporter, got caught sending a story to a Clinton staffer for approval.
- FBI Finds Previously Unseen Hillary Clinton Emails
- Crushing the hope-filled “it’s just a backup of what they have already seen” narrative of a campaign clutching at straws to defend their candidate, reports from the FBI say they have found new, non-duplicate emails related to Hilary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State on Anthony Weiner’s device err… laptop.
- Clinton Server Breached by Up to Seven Actors (Was Matt Damon one of them?)
- Hillary Clinton’s private server system may have been hacked by as many seven separate individuals or foreign governments, according to a report.
- It Begins: #PardonHillary vs. #IndictHillary
- Like former President Ford, Obama may pardon Hillary as legal troubles mount.
- Hillary’s Escape Plan!
- If indicted, will Hilary escape to “Orgy Island”, or some other tropical island, never to be seen again after faking her death?
- Key states Tilting Toward Trump After FBI Surprise
- False Flag Alert?
- U.S. government is warning of terror attacks on Monday before the U.S. election.
- Trump Campaign Offices Vandalized
- People Not In Labor Force
- The number of people NOT in the labor force has surged by 425,000 to 94,609,000. So how did the unemployment rate drop to 4.9? In addition, the number of multiple-job holders have hit an all time high as the number of FULL-TIME jobs TUMBLE.
- Soros Drops Million To Rig Arizona
- Soros is pursuing a new strategy to dump millions into the campaigns of local district attorneys in Arizona.
- Rolling Stone GUILTY of Defamation
- A 10 member federal court jury found Sabrina Rubin Erdely, AND Rolling Stone, guilty of defamation with her 2014 Rolling Stone article detailing a now debunked account of a fraternity gang rape at U-Va. How much will the lawyers get of the $7.5 million dollar suit?