Watch: Judge Nap Just Uttered The Words Hillary And Staff Never Wanted To Hear- ‘The FBI Now Has…’

The “reckless” actions of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have given the government “leverage” as the investigation into Clinton’s emails draws a legal noose around many of Clinton’s top aides, Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday.

“We have learned … that Mrs. Clinton’s top aides regularly received — from Mrs. Clinton via her private server — top secret emails.” Napolitano said. “These are emails which the aides lacked the security clearance to receive.”

Fox News reported those receiving emails considered to be classified even beyond the “top secret” classification included top Clinton aides Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, Jake Sullivan and Philippe Reines – as well as State Department Under Secretary for Management Patrick F. Kennedy and others.

Fox News recently reported that among the more than 1,500 emails released during the investigation, 22 are considered so sensitive they would not be released, even in redacted form.

“Mrs. Clinton was so reckless in the manner in which she sent out top secret emails, knowingly sending them to people who weren’t authorized to receive them,” Napolitano said.

“We know…that their acceptance, discussion and transfer of this is a felony,” he continued. “We know…that the FBI now has leverage. That the Justice Department can indict her top aides and trade with them…testimony against Mrs. Clinton in return for a deal with them. This is the way the government works.”

If the FBI recommends that Clinton herself be indicted, Attorney General Loretta Lynch would be the one who decides if that recommendation moves forward.

Napolitano said whether or not Clinton is prosecuted, her presidential campaign will suffer “catastrophic” damage if there’s FBI support for an indictment.

h/t: Fox News


Report: Former Presidential Candidate May Re-Enter The Race… It’s Not Who You Think

According to CBS affiliate KTVT in Dallas/Ft. Worth, former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb may be ready to join the race again as an independent.

With the Democratic race up for grabs — Hillary Clinton winning Iowa, and Bernie Sanders winning New Hampshire — Webb may believe he still has a chance to win. Expecting to address those questions today at a press conference in North Texas, Webb will address the Dallas World Affairs Council at the Belo Mansion this afternoon.

Webb, at the luncheon, is reportedly giving a speech entitled, “The Five Most Important Principles for Foreign Policy.” Webb, who started the race for the presidency in July, dropped out of the race in October, reportedly voicing displeasure over the Democratic Party’s involvement in the election.

According to CBSDFW, Webb has made statements over the last few months that an Independent candidate is necessary in this year’s race for the presidency.

Webb, whose father served in the Air Force, graduated from the Naval Academy in 1968, became an officer in the Marines, served as a company commander during Vietnam and was awarded the Navy Cross, the Silver Star Medal, two Bronze Star Medals and two Purple Hearts.

In 1984 he was appointed as the assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, and in 1987 became the Secretary of the Navy. In addition to his prestigious military career, Webb was a professor of literature at the U.S. Naval Academy, had a long career as a journalist, screenwriter, and is a prolific writer, penning more than 10 books.

Webb served as a Virginia Senator from 2007-13 and has a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.

If the rumors are confirmed and Webb is re-entering the race as an Independent, it is unclear from which party Webb will draw voters. With his distinguished military background, assumptions could be made he would draw Republican voters away from front-runners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. It is also possible Democrats may be drawn away from supporting Clinton and Sanders.

Lib College Employee Threatens Pro-Life Man With The Unthinkable- Many Want Him Fired

A staff member at Purdue University allegedly threatened to rape the family of a pro-life supporter in response to a campaign a student group ran on campus last week to raise awareness about the high abortion rate in African American community.

Last week, the Purdue Students for Life put up flyers and chalked messages around campus meant to raise awareness about the problem.

Jamie Newman, an employee for the university who works in the Visual and Performing Arts Department, commented on a blog post by the Students for Life group explaining the purpose of their campaign. “You folks are vile, racist idiots, who richly deserve all the opprobrium that will be heaped on you as a result of this unbelievably thoughtless, stupid escapade,” Newman wrote.  

He added, “And that you should have pulled this stunt at the beginning of Black History Month suggests you are either epically clueless or profoundly malicious. So, which is [it] — embarrassingly dumb or simply evil.”

Not content to vent his anger at the pro-life students on the college blog, Newman threatened rape against a pro-life supporter while commenting on a Live Action News blog post. Responding to a comment by someone named Tom, Newman wrote:

Oh, I’m sorry. So, let me make my intentions quite explicit: I did in fact offer to rape Tom’s wife/daughter/great grandmother. Free of charge, even. I’m generous that way. Here’s the number for the West Lafayette Police Department: 765-775-5500. Here’s the number for the local FBI office: 765-435-5619. Drop that dime! I could strike at any minute. *giggles* (like a girl).

Image Credit: Student for Life

Image Credit: Student for Life

In a statement obtained by Campus Reform, Purdue University said it is investigating the comments left by “jamiegnewman.”

“Obviously, a threat of rape is outside the bounds of any definition of protected speech. Due process requires that, before taking any action, we verify the alleged facts and give this staff member the chance to explain himself if he can,” Assistant Vice President for Strategic Communications Julie Rosa told Campus Reform. “Needless to say, the statements, as alleged, are reprehensible and unacceptable in the eyes of the entire Purdue community.”

The Purdue Students for Life published an open letter to the campus community on Thursday defending the overall purpose of their campaign, while also apologizing for co-oping language from the Black Lives Matter movement. Regarding the targeting of African Americans for abortion, the group wrote:

This is not a matter of political opinion — it’s simply about numbers. Abortion rates for African-Americans are up to five times higher than those of the white population. In New York City, for instance, black children are more likely to be aborted than to be born — for every 1000 births, 1180 children are aborted (source: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene).

This happens in part because black communities are being targeted by the abortion industry and propagandized to believe that the preborn are subhuman. They are taught that abortion centers such as Planned Parenthood are the only source of reproductive healthcare, and are not offered the support they need to parent. This routine of systematic misinformation is worthy of being brought to the attention of our academic environment.

h/t: Conservative Review 

BREAKING: Shocking News About Rapidly Escalating Humanitarian Crisis In Syria

The humanitarian situation in Syria continues to deteriorate rapidly as the Russian/Iranian-led pro-Assad coalition seems on the way to score its first decisive victory over the opposition in the almost five-year-old war

More than 470,000 people have already died in the worst humanitarian crisis since the end of World War II, and hundreds of thousands of others have been maimed for life as a result of severe injuries. The new shocking data about the death toll was published today by the Syrian Center for Policy Research (SCPR) in Beirut, Lebanon.

The report of SCPR says “life expectancy in Syria has dropped to just 55.4 years. Before the conflict, Syrians could expect to live to the age of 70,” Time Magazine reported. The data was confirmed by Mideast expert Tzvi Yechezkieli of Israeli TV Channel 10.

More than half of Syria’s population has been displaced as a result of the endless fighting. Before the war, Syria had a population of more than 22 million people. In September, the number of Syrians living in the country had shrunk to 16.6 million and continues to shrink every day.

More than 4.5 million Syrians have fled the country and most live in refugee camps in Turkey (2.5 million), Lebanon (1.1 million), Jordan (700,000) and Iraq (220.000). Europe has, until now, absorbed an estimated 1 million refugees while roughly 820,000 Syrians had entered asylum procedures in European countries as of November.

Another 6.5 million Syrian citizens have been displaced within the country and often live under miserable circumstances without enough aid. The EU recently reported 13.5 million Syrian citizens are now in need of humanitarian assistance.

Evidence of the severe humanitarian crisis in Syria was also delivered by satellite images showing nighttime electric-light intensity (evidence of human activity) in the country has fallen more than 80 percent since the beginning of the war.

Israel has — despite being officially in a state of war with Syria —  treated thousands of wounded Syrians. Most of them were injured rebels who, in some cases, were members of Islamist groups. Syrian citizens often travelled from afar to the border on the Golan Heights in order to receive medical treatment in hospitals in Israel.

At the end of last year, the humanitarian crisis in Syria worsened. Reports began to surface about mass starvation under the population of several Syrian cities and villages under siege by regime forces and their allies.

One of these villages was Madayah, a mountain village in southwestern Syria, where scores of residents died of malnutrition. Pictures were posted on social media that showed Syrian children eating meals of leaves and even grass.

The village was reportedly punished by the Assad regime for its support to rebels since 2011 when the civil war in Syria started.

Today, Vice News published a video showng images of a 12-year-old starved Syrian child hospitalized in a medical facility in Madayah that is now run by two dentists, an engineer and a vet.

Khaled Mohammad, the only doctor still working in the clinic, fled the village in January. The doctor decided to run for his life after Hezbollah hired a local hit man who was paid to murder him after he posted pictures of his starving patients on Facebook.

The clinic in Madayah treats 90 patients, most of them suffering from malnutrition and influenza.

A doctor of the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) told a reporter for Vice News the current hospital staff “try their best, but they don’t have the experience needed to take proper care of patients. They have an operating table, but they don’t have anaesthesiologists, they don’t have the medicine to sedate the patients or the expertise to open them up.”

“We need advanced medical care for the majority of the patients inside Madaya, otherwise, they will die there,” the SAMS doctor said.

Madayah is still under siege. The Hezbollah fighters and regime soldiers who have encircled the town are using barbed wire and have planted some 6,000 landmines to ensure nobody leaves the village without permission from the regime forces.

The village was a popular vacation resort for wealthy Syrians and residents of the Gulf States before the war. It is one of 18 areas under siege by the Assad regime or Islamic State. An estimated half million people live in those areas, and 400,000 of them are at risk of starvation, Amnesty International wrote in a report published last month.

The latest news from Syria indicates the humanitarian crisis is rapidly deteriorating. The United Nations raised the alarm about the new humanitarian crisis in Aleppo Syria’s largest city.

The UN fears hundreds of thousands of residents of Aleppo could be trapped if the pro-Assad coalition succeeds to lay siege to the city. The Syrian health system, or what is left of it, is on the verge of collapse after the increase of airstrikes and after several hospitals were hit during these bombardments. The parties blame each other for the worsening humanitarian crisis. Turkey, for example, blames the Russians for the disaster and Russia and other parties say Turkey contributes to the deterioration by not opening the border for the tens of thousands refugees from Aleppo at the Bab al-Salama border crossing.

WATCH What Happened As Soon As Bernie Sanders Walked Onto ‘The View’ Set

Bernie Sanders, a self-declared socialist, wants to become the president of the United States so he can supposedly affect social change. With his big win over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire on Tuesday, he’s one step closer to realizing his goal.

Socialism, according to Websters dictionary is, “a way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and controlled by the government rather than by individual people and companies.” Socialism is also counterproductive to capitalism, the current economic system at work in the United States. Websters makes a distinction between the two defining socialism as “a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between capitalism and communism and distinguished by unequal distribution of goods and pay according to work done.”

On Thursday, Bernie Sanders was on The View, celebrating his victory. As soon as Sanders came on stage, all the hosts of the show stood up, and gave Sanders a warm embrace, noticeably different the welcome Mike Huckabee, a Republican presidential candidate, received when he was guest on the show in December.

For Sanders, the studio audience was seemingly elated as they maintained a long, standing ovation and loudly chanted “Bernie, Bernie!” After receiving hugs from the talk-show hosts, and acknowledging the roaring applause from the crowd, Sanders took his seat. After a question or two from the hosts, Sanders immediately started describing his socialist positions.

He immediately dived into income inequality, calling for the United States to be a “nation of fairness.”

Commenting on student loan debt post-graduation Sanders asked, “We’re punishing people for trying to get an education. What sense is that?” Instead, Sander’s proposes that college should be “tuition-free.”

Sanders then equated Wall Street executives as criminals. Sanders stated over the last 20 years the redistribution of wealth has gone from the middle class to the richest 1 percent. Sanders reiterated President Obama’s campaign line calling for large multi-billion dollar corporations to pay, “their fair share” in federal taxes.

Sanders said assault weapons should not be sold in the U.S. and likewise, said he wants to work with President Obama to expand instant background checks.

When asked about Michael Bloomberg running as an Independent Sanders commented, “I couldn’t live with that if the result was we elect some right-wing Republican.”

Sanders concluded his visit to The View by calling for judicial reform stating too many African Americans and Latinos are imprisoned, and stated the government needs to do more to combat unemployment in African American communities, which he claimed was higher than 50 percent.