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Jun 14 2016

Hillary Laugh Riot

From ABC News:


But presumably they should be able to just go run for President.

Shrillary says those who are under FBI investigation should lose their constitutional rights. It’s a good thing for her that taking control of the US nuclear arsenal is not a constitutional right, since she herself is under criminal investigation by the FBI.

Via Michelle Malkin, on a tip from Torcer.

22 Responses to “Hillary Laugh Riot”

  1. Pyrran says:

    Black Guns Matter!!!

  2. MicahStone says:

    Shrillary – and the rest of the lunatics – want to ban ALL A-SALT WEAPONS. NOOOOOOO!!!!!

  3. MicahStone says:

    Does ANYBODY not know which side Hillary is on?

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  5. Torcer says:

    Will she EVER learn? Hillary beclowns herself over the FBI yet again
    Fresh off of yesterday’s embarrassing FBI-investigation faceplant, Hillary was right back at it today:

    Hillary Clinton@HillaryClinton
    People can’t board planes with full shampoo bottles—but people being watched by the FBI for terrorism can buy a gun, no questions asked?
    12:43 PM – 14 Jun 2016

    Erick Erickson@EWErickson
    People being actively investigated by the FBI for national security violations can run for President. Amazing!

  6. Torcer says:

    McConnell: I might be open to “serious suggestions” on gun control after I meet with the FBI – Hot Air

    McConnell: I might be open to “serious suggestions” on gun control after I meet with the FBI

    Steven Portnoy@stevenportnoy
    “Nobody wants terrorists to have firearms,” says McConnell. “We’re open to serious suggestions from the experts” who run FBI/DHS.

    I assume he’s thinking about limiting gun purchases by people on the terror watch list, which Democrats have been pushing for months. Hillary Clinton reiterated her support for the idea yesterday — as did the Trump campaign.

    When Bloomberg News e-mailed Corey Lewandowski to ask if Trump still believes what he said in November that “If somebody is on a watch list and an enemy of state and we know it’s an enemy of state, I would keep them away, absolutely,” Lewandowski said yep, as far as he knows. Defending the right of someone under suspicion of terrorism to buy a gun makes as much sense to the average voter, I’d guess, as defending child pornography, but there’s a sound reason for it. The list is enormous and there are no due-process protections governing who lands on it; if the feds make a mistake and add you to it, you may lose your right to buy a gun purely because of bureaucratic error. By one estimate, the number of people who are on the list despite having no known affiliation with terrorism is … close to 300,000. At a minimum, if McConnell’s prepared to defer to the FBI and its watch lists to limit gun-buying, he’d need to insist on procedural reforms to narrow the list to true terror suspects and to guarantee some right of appeal.

    Why now, though? One certainty about the aftermath of mass shootings is that public interest in gun control spikes and then slowly fades over time. This won’t be an issue in the election unless there’s another attack closer to November and McConnell knows it. One Twitter pal floated the idea that he might be resigned to a Clinton victory already and therefore wants to make a deal now, when he still has some leverage, rather than negotiate gun control with President Hillary next year. But that’s unconvincing. A big Democratic win this fall means the left will push hard for gun control whether McConnell does a deal now or not. If anything, by agreeing to negotiate, he’s signaling he’ll bow to public pressure on the issue, which encourages them to push harder in 2017. Is he maybe trying to do Trump a solid here by taking up gun control on an issue where the GOP nominee agrees with the left? What’s the strategy?

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  8. Troy McClure says:

    I just wish the FBI would end the dog and pony show and come out and say she’s cleared. Everyone knows the investigation is a farce. Yet another case of “the government investigates itself and finds no wrong doing.”

  9. Karma's Janitor says:

    Wikileaks and the Russians both have her e-mails. She knows it, the FBI knows it, my dog knows it

  10. Kevin R. says:

    They floated this idea just a few years ago. After a deluge of criticism about taking away people’s constitutional rights just by getting put on a watch list the left went silent about it. Now they float it again.

    The islamofacists are at war with us and the left is at war with our right to self-defense.

  11. Troy McClure says:

    And she got away with it and will claim to be the victim

  12. rambler says:

    Well, Hillary… thank goodness you have all those secret service guys.

  13. Donna M says:

    Thank You, Bernie!
    For keeping the beast, paranoid and “muzzled”!
    She can’t go “full” beast, as long as your still in the game!
    Your a gift, that keeps on giving!

  14. Jester says:

    I know I already posted this elsewhere, but you all need to read it:

  15. bobdog19006 says:

    Seems to me if we’re going to revoke somebody’s right to purchase a firearm if they’re on the DHS no-fly list, we might as well revoke the rights of seniors and vets if they’re considered unable to manage their own finances.

    Wait. They already do that. Bad example.

    Try another: anybody who wants to buy a gun should be institutionalized for mental illness, according to Rosie O’Donnell.

    That’s some catch, that Catch-22, Yossarian.

    Perhaps a nationwide roundup of NRA members using RICO laws.

  16. Chish says:


  17. Petercat says:

    Couldn’t you have blurred out that face or something?

  18. dott says:

    Hmm, seems then she should lose her right to run for Constitutional offices, then.

  19. dott says:

    It wasn’t an AR-15. Could that be it?
    The Orlando SOB committed his crimes using a Sig Sauer MCX carbine.

  20. dott says:

    “Corpulance afflicted”, silenced and stupified, more like.
    I do hope I managed to avoid offending anybody….

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