Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Fwd: Blaming the FBI. Mike Huckabee Dec 21, 2016

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Democrats who are blaming FBI Director James Comey's reopening of the investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails for her loss (when they aren't blaming Russia, WikiLeaks, fake news or the full moon) demanded that the search warrant for Anthony Weiner's laptop and other documents be released. This week, a federal judge did just that.

They show that FBI investigators noted that as part of a "criminal investigation" of Clinton, they discovered "27 email chains containing classified information" between Hillary and Huma Abedin. They needed to find out what Huma's husband's laptop contained because it "was never authorized for the storage or transmission of classified or national defense information," and they needed "to determine if classified information was accessed by unauthorized users or transferred to any unauthorized systems."

One attorney who examined the papers said this was "completely consistent" with what the FBI would want to do in a case like this." But Clinton's attorney David Kendall railed that the search wasn't warranted because "the FBI put forward the same evidence the Bureau concluded in July was not sufficient to bring a case."

I suppose if you think it's no big deal that Hillary and Huma exchanged "27 email chains containing classified information," and that they might be floating around on yet another unsecured computer that regularly surfed sleazy websites, then yeah: why even bother to chase that down?

Blaming the FBI is a typical Clintonian "shoot the messenger" tactic. They would have us believe that voters didn't distrust Hillary because we all knew she sent classified information over an unsecured server and was let off scot-free in a sweetheart deal. No, her bad publicity was the fault of the investigators who had to look into the huge security mess she created.

These FBI investigators saw firsthand the astounding disregard for national security that Hillary Clinton exhibited as Secretary of State. If they were afraid she'd also allowed classified information to be transferred to the laptop of a known pervert, that was hardly an unjustified overreaction. If they automatically assumed the worst, it was because she gave them no other choice.


Mike Huckabee


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And in case you missed these:  

Liberal Boycotts

By Mike Huckabee

All it took was a rumor that singer Andrea Bocelli might perform at the Trump Inaugural, and liberals rushed to the battlements (okay, to social media; that's as close as they get to battle) to express "OUTRAGE!" ™ and threaten boycotts. And Bocelli wasn't even booked to do it.

Seriously, liberals, is this kind of childish nonsense what we're going to endure from you for the next four (and the way you're behaving, almost certainly eight) years? You're going to scream and hold your breath and threaten boycotts of everyone who performs in Washington, DC, at presidential galas, or designs a dress for the First Lady, or acts in any way civil to the leader of the nation? Do you realize how tiresome and annoying you're going to become (frankly, you're already there, but do you realize how much worse you're going to get?)

Up until this point in history, most Americans have had the maturity, patriotism and basic human decency to put their electoral losses behind them and show respect for whoever holds the office of the President. But that doesn't apply to you, because your feelings are special, and you really, really wanted Hillary to win, and you really, really didn't want Trump to beat her. But he did, fair and square. If you can't accept that and be part of American society that gets on with life and respects the President after every election, then there are planes leaving every half hour to all those countries you vowed to move to if Hillary lost.

Tina's Christmas Memory

By Mike Huckabee

A few years ago, inspired by my book " A Simple Christmas ," I asked listeners of my radio show to share their favorite family Christmas memories. Today's story shows us that Dr. Seuss was right: Christmas is not something that comes from a store. Christmas means a whole lot more. If you enjoy these stories, please let me know in the comments on my website here.

Tina from California wrote to me that she was a struggling single mom for many years. She managed to keep a roof over her daughter and son's heads. But there was no money for the Christmas extravagances many families enjoy. They had to be creative and "make do."

Instead of buying cards, they'd call relatives and sing carols to them over the phone. And instead of buying fancy Christmas treats, they'd go into the kitchen and make donuts out of Pillsbury biscuit dough, and sweeten and decorate them with cinnamon and sugar. Tina said that for years, Christmas wasn't a good memory for her. All she remembered about those Christmases was being poor.

Then, Tina wrote, "When my son was 20, he said 'Mom, remember when we used to make donuts and sing to everyone for Christmas?'

Sulking, I replied, 'Yeah.'

He said, 'That is one of my BEST Christmases. We didn't have a lot of money, but we had a lot of love to give.'"

Tina wrote, "I have since changed my opinion...(Now), it is one of my best Christmas memories also. My heart grew 3 sizes that day!...Ever since, I make it a point to make a homemade gift for the people in my family. Last year, I made everyone throw quilts. Christmas is more than a day... It is a memory!"

Thank you again, Tina for that precious memory and a valuable lesson for us all. It's not the presents you spend money on that stay with your kids for a lifetime, it's your presence spent with them that they'll cherish forever.

Tomorrow, what happens when playing Santa doesn't go according to plan.


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