Just Revealed: Dems Are Getting Crushed By Republicans In An Area That Could Doom Them

As candidates in both parties vie for the support of donors who keep their campaigns viable, party leaders are likewise in a never-ending pursuit of capital. According to an exclusive report by Breitbart this week, one party is clearly leading that effort.

In a comparison of party expenditures over the last several months, the Democrat National Committee showed a net loss while its GOP counterpart remained squarely in the black.

As a recent example, the DNC in September came up more than $1.2 million short of meeting its $5.25 million in expenditures. Overall, the committee reportedly has nearly $7 million in debt and just $4.7 million in cash on hand.

Contrasting the party’s current situation with the same period leading into the 2012 presidential election, the facts look even grimmer. The DNC’s November 2011 report to the Federal Election Commission showed a party with more than $11 million in cash on hand.

A particularly vibrant primary season for Republicans has coincided with a much more optimistic outlook for the Republican National Committee. With less than $2 million in debt, the party has a reserve of more than $20 million in cash on hand.

Not only has the RNC spent the last 10 months taking in more cash than Democrats, GOP leaders have also been able to spend more than the DNC over the same period.

Gowdy Just Got Hit With A Lawsuit Over A ‘Serious Crime’- You Be The Judge Of How Serious It Is…

Bradley Podliska, a former staffer for the House Benghazi Select Committee headed by Trey Gowdy, accused Republicans on the committee in October of inappropriately targeting Hillary Clinton.

Some Democrats pounced on the accusation to argue that the Benghazi committee needs to be shut down. Representative Adam Schiff, D-Calif., a member of the committee, stated at the time: “It’s been clear that Secretary Clinton has been the true target of this investigation, and the Republican whistleblower who has come forward only provides further evidence of what has long been evident. It’s time to shut down the Benghazi select committee.”

Now, Podliska is back again, suing the panel and Chairman Trey Gowdy for responding to Podliska’s accusations in a way which he alleges defamed his character.

According to MSNBC, Podliska claimed that such a “serious crime” has “ended the careers of many professionals in national security-related industries.”

Committee Republicans had earlier stated that Podliska was fired after extended efforts to create a “hit piece” on Clinton “that bore no relationship whatsoever to the committee’s current investigative tone, focus, or investigative plan.”

Podliska is an Air Force Reserve major and is using a channel which allows military members an avenue to protect themselves against employer discrimination.

He is not seeking money as a part of the suit, but rather is hoping that the ruling will find that Gowdy’s narrative is false and bar Gowdy from repeating it in the future.

Podliska announced his claims that the committee was inappropriately targeting Clinton prior to her appearance before the committee in October.

What do you think of Podliska’s accusation that Gowdy and the Republicans on the committee have committed a “serious crime”?

Watch: Hillary Just Said 8 Surprising Words About Muslims That Are Catching Everyone’s Attention

Hillary Clinton is known for her politically correct statements, and her recent one about Islam is sure to generate controversy.

Clinton recently addressed the Council on Foreign Relations, a famous international affairs think tank, about the relationship between terrorism and Islam.

The Democratic presidential contender stated “Islam is not our adversary,” and that “Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people” who “have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.”

She went on: “The obsession in some quarters with a clash of civilizations, repeating the specific words ‘radical Islamic terrorism,’ isn’t just a distraction, it gives these criminals, these murderers, more standing than they deserve.”

Clinton is not the only Democratic leader to take issue with saying that such terrorists are members of radical Islam. This past February, Barack Obama explained why he refuses to call the movement “radical Islam.”

Obama stated at the White House: “They are not religious leaders; they are terrorists. We are not at war with Islam. We are at war with people who have perverted Islam.”

The president also said: “They no more represent Islam than any madman who kills in the name of Christianity or Judaism or Hinduism. No religion is responsible for terrorism. People are responsible for violence and terrorism.”

Donald Trump, unsurprisingly, has taken the opposite side of the issue. He said on Monday that the White House should focus more on fighting “radical Islamic terrorism,” a phrase he said the White House should be using.

He said: “We have a president that nobody can understand, he doesn’t want to use the term… whether you like it or not, it’s a very gruesome fact; a very serious problem… unless you are going to use the term, you aren’t going to solve the problem.”

What do you think of Hillary Clinton’s problem with calling the movement “radical Islamic terrorism”- and her statement that Muslims “have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism?”

Wow: Prosecutor Just Announced He’s Investigating Harry Reid For A BIG Reason

Senator Harry Reid, D-Nev., is in hot water again. This time, he is being investigated by the state attorney general of Utah in a pay-to-play scheme involving two former Utah attorneys general, John Shurtleff and John Swallow.

Troy Rawlings, a Davis County, Utah, attorney, said that he’s looking into allegations against Reid. Rawlings wouldn’t comment on the allegations, but said they were related to the case involving the attorneys general.

Since 2013, Reid has been denying any involvement into fixing an investigation into a software business of one of the attorneys general. At the time, U.S. Department of Justice investigators decided not to charge Reid with criminal wrongdoing.

Salt Lake City’s City Weekly raised questions about Reid’s involvement that Rawlings alluded to in a statement to the Associated Press: “To simply ignore and run from what has been presented by multiple witnesses and sources, and the potential impact on the Mark L. Shurtleff case, would mean I am either intentionally blind, or overly worried.”

Shurtleff and Swallow were arrested in the summer of 2014 and have pleaded not guilty to charges of bribery.

Rawlings voiced his criticism of apparent stalling within the U.S. Department of Justice by limiting his access to information related to his investigation.

The Justice Department concluded their investigation in 2013 without filing charges, but the FBI has continued to work with Rawlings in the investigation. Rawlings told the AP: “It is not up to the DOJ to tell me who can and who cannot be investigated and what evidence is relevant and material to a state case.”

Stephen Dark of the City Weekly reported on the investigation. He wrote that a businessman named Jeremy Johnson recorded a conversation between himself and Shurtleff.

Jeremy Johnson claims that Reid was involved in a pay-to-play bribery scheme focused on gambling, the details of which were published in The Salt Lake Tribune in October 2014. A transcript of a conversation that Johnson recorded between himself and Shurtleff included allegations about a group of online poker business owners who had funneled $2 million to Reid in 2010 to get Reid to introduce legislation legalizing online poker. According to a June 6, 2013, AP story, Reid as well as Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., ‘pursued federal law to legalize Internet poker but ultimately gave up before even introducing the legislation.’

Exposed: The 3 Words Hillary’s Top Adviser Said Tell A Story The Clintons Want Quiet

The Democratic front-runner for president, Hillary Clinton, takes naps and is “often confused,” according to emails exchanged between her staff members and obtained in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.

The watchdog group Judicial Watch released documents on Monday relating to Clinton’s emails originating on a private server while she was Secretary of State. The group obtained the documents in October after filing a FOIA lawsuit in June.

Specifically, a Jan. 26, 2013 email exchange was between Clinton’s State Department Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin and aide Monica Hanley regarding the Secretary’s schedule. In the email, Abedin wanted to know if Hanley had informed Clinton of her scheduled telephone calls. One important call was with then-India Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

“Have you been going over her calls with her? So she knows singh is at 8,” Abedin asked.

Hanley issued this response: “She was in bed for a nap by the time I heard that she had an 8 a.m. call. Will go over with her.”

Abedin replied, “Very imp to do that. She’s often confused.”

Often Confused

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said the emails show the decision for Clinton to use a private email server was a danger to the security of the country.

“Huma Abedin’s description of Hillary Clinton as ‘easily confused’ tells you all you need to know why it took a federal lawsuit to get these government emails from Clinton’s illegal email server,” Fitton said in a statement. “These emails also show that Hillary Clinton’s and Huma Abedin’s decision to use the Clinton email server to conduct government business was dangerous and risky.”