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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Politics Is Dead

Commoners,

The Justice Department has appointed Peter Kadzik ("John Podesta's best friend at the Justice Dept.") to oversee the FBI investigation of Anthony Wiener, the same Peter Kadzik who slid inside information from the Justice Department to the Democratic-Party/Clinton-Campaign last year, in an "early warning system". 
No independent prosecutor is needed. We'll have this wrapped up in a few days.

Charles Hugh Smith: Politics As Usual is Dead (Happy second day of Dia De Los Muertos, Y'all!)
Accustomed to passive, unthinking obedience, the Party Establishments are recoiling in enraged horror that the little people are refusing to follow their orders. The Ruling Elite considers themselves the betters of the the little people, and their disdain for the "deplorables" (i.e. the bottom 95%) has sunk from mere loathing to barely-concealed hatred. How dare they reject Hillary and Jeb in favor of Bernie and Trump!

Clinton Campaign Questions the release of FBI's Marc Rich Pardon Records: Has the Whole Bureau Gone Rogue?!
“It appears that the required pardon standards and procedures were not followed,” the internal FBI memos said.

Dave Schippers, Chief Investigative Counsel of House Judiciary Committee's Bill Clinton Impeachment Investigation fears Hillary; fears for his life. There were 3 murders to investigate, and they already had evidence, but a deal was made somewhere and investigators were reined-in hard. 
“Immediately after the 1998 election, the leadership in the House put the brakes on. We had a meeting and Henry Hyde said the House has told us that we’ve got Monica Lewinsky and we can go no further. We are not permitted to do any additional investigation. And I said, ‘My God, we’ve got at least three murders and other things that we are going into.’ And he says, ‘I’m sorry we can’t do it.’”

5 FBI investigations into Clintons, and they are all on choke-chains (for how long?)

"Can the America People Defeat the Oligarchy that Rules Them?" Paul Craig Roberts

Attorney General, Loretta Lynch is the next weak link (Chopping Block, meet Head)
FBI field agents—in New York, Los Angeles, Washington and Little Rock, Arkansas—wanted to pursue subpoenas and empanel a grand jury. Senior officials at Justice, likely political appointees, refused to give the FBI agents permission. But the agents continued to investigate under their current authorities, even after Justice denied their request to read the Clinton-related emails that the national-security team had uncovered.  In August a “very pissed off” Justice official dressed down Andrew McCabe, the bureau’s second-in-command who oversaw the Clinton email investigation, for looking at the Clinton Foundation in an election year. According to the Journal story, Mr. McCabe replied, “Are you telling me that I need to shut down a validly predicated investigation?” The official said no, but the message down the FBI chain of command was to “stand down.”   In Mr. Obama’s April 2016 absolution of Mrs. Clinton, the President said repeatedly that “I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department, or the FBI, not just in this case, but in any case.” He added that “Guaranteed. Full stop. Nobody gets treated differently when it comes to the Justice Department, because nobody is above the law.”  http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-11-02/nobody-above-law-guaranteed-full-stop-meltdown-justice-department-exposes-obamas-lie  
Hundreds of Prominent Economists (370) Denounce Donald Trump in Open Letter to Voters (that'll work...)

Not Eating Cake

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