Shortly after the NATO-led war which ousted Libyan leader Muammar el-Qaddafi, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ebulliently boasted with a characteristic sociopathic giddiness, the following on network television: "We Came, We Saw, He Died"
"We kept asking for additional support, including a 50-caliber mounted machine gun, but the State Department would not give it to us, because they said it would upset the locals," the source told Fox News. "Instead, the State Department hired a company that doesn't have employees, which then hired terrorists."
Ultimately, Ahmad suggested that "the lies told by President Obama at the UN General Assembly are merely the continuation of the American 'television show', whose plot consists of the US desire to continue this war. Every US action takes place with the aim of continuing this war for control of the world."
"The American liberal press, in falling over themselves to defend Hillary Clinton, are erecting a demon that is going to put nooses around everyone's necks as soon as she wins the election, which is almost certainly what she's going to do," said Assange.
Yet it took over two hours for police to respond to a crime committed approximately 120 seconds from the police station. The Ecuadorian government released a statement earlier expressing its extreme disappointment in the U.K.'s "inadequate" response:
A few weeks after Wikileaks published more than 19,000 hacked emails from top Democratic Party officials, investigators have indicated the personal email accounts of more than 100 Hillary campaign officials and other organizations may have been targeting in the attack.
The Reuters news service has poured cold water on CNN's overheated claim that the Secret Service warned Donald Trump's campaign that his gun rights rhetoric seemed to threaten the safety of Hillary Clinton.
It is a waste of time to debate that point further. The Iranians have bragged that the astonishing cash payment was a ransom — and Obama has been telling us for months that we can trust the Iranians. The hostages were released the same day the cash arrived.
The Clinton-led State Department also authorized $151 billion of separate Pentagon-brokered deals for 16 of the countries that donated to the Clinton Foundation, resulting in a 143 percent increase in completed sales to those nations over the same time frame during the Bush administration.
"They are not on the forward line. They are providing advice and assistance," Cook said during a testy exchange with reporters. "That mission has not changed, their role has not changed. They are not leading this fight. They are supporting those forces that are at the leading edge of this fight, and they are doing it in a very effective fashion."
Inspire's cover carries the headline "Professional Assassinations" and the subhead "Home Assassinations." It depicts the dark profile of a hooded killer stalking a victim who lives in an upscale American home.
He worried that "some people may seize upon that uncorroborated, unvetted information that was in there, that was basically just a collation of this information that came out of FBI files, and to point to Saudi involvement, which I think would be very, very inaccurate."
The Nigerian defense headquarters said on Saturday that female bombers now dress in men attire to have access to mosque unhindered to detonate their bombs.
The commonly accepted term for that is "hostage video." I wonder what was said to that sailor to make him submit to that humiliation on camera. Iran claimed last night that U.S. officials also apologized to them, although the U.S. denies it. Whom to believe?
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