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Somali American Wins Democrat Primary After Saying Muslims Are Victims Of 911

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On Tuesday night Hodan Hassan won her Democrat primary for Minneapolis House District 62A.

She is the second Somali-American to likely be a state representative.

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Hodan Hassan believes Muslims in the United States are victims following the 9-11 attacks on America.

This video was posted by Voice of America Somali in 2011.

Hodan Hassan told the audience that Muslims in America have been targeted since 9-11.

Hodan Hassan: Well, to tell you the truth, 9-11 have changed a lot of things for the Muslims in the United States. My experience, post 9-11, there have been a lot of negative experiences as a Muslim, especially a Muslim woman in the United States. There have been many incidents where people have been targeted, where people have been discrimination, name-calling, vandalism of mosques… 9-11 have opened a new experience, a new eye-opening for me and the people that live in this country and call themselves Muslim for we have experienced many prejudice against us.

Hodan Hassan’s words are not accurate.

As The Gateway Pundit reported in 2009 — Hate crimes against Muslims declined for several years after the 9-11 Islamist attacks on America.

And in fact there were more hate crimes against Christians during the same time period.

 

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Why Did FBI Keep Separate Set Of Crucial Records For ‘Upper Echelon’? Now We Know…

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If the Bill of Rights and the Constitution are still the Supreme Law of the Land, if any law is truly to be considered valid, then the Fourth Amendment is clear on the issue of warrants. They require probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and must describe in detail with particularity the specific place to be searched and/or the persons or things subject to seizure. This is true in every single case, regardless of the circumstances.

In every single case, the officer must provide to the Court enough facts and circumstances to demonstrate probable cause, as well as swear before the Court as its officer, that the person to be searched is worth searching. Should such an Oath be taken dishonestly, then such an officer is guilty of perjury and should be charged with such. The officers executing such a warrant as officers of the government but also as citizens in their own right should have a very good idea of what they expect to find.

The Fourth Amendment was not written for people with nothing to hide any more than the First Amendment was written for people with nothing to say and the Second Amendment was clearly never written for those with nothing whatsoever to defend.

Secret FISA courts and their warrants do not meet the standard set by the Fourth Amendment under any definition, and neither do the sneak and peak searches authorized by the Patriot Act, among others. Instead, they allow surreptitious usurpations of the freedoms of Americans on unprecedented levels, allowing investigators to snoop on Americans without any traditional court warrant, only a secret and unaccountable administrative or judicial decree. Such is the current state of Washington, specifically amongst the FBI.

Journalist Sara Carter dropped a bombshell in a recent interview with Sean Hannity on his radio show with the startling revelation that the FBI did not keep a single set of records in the investigation into Russian collusion. Instead, two sets of records were kept, not copies of one another, but two sets of documents containing with distinctly different information.

Carter further revealed that “certain people above Peter Strzok and above Lisa Page” were aware of it and therefore specifically implicating former FBI Director James Comey and former FBI Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe.

The transcript is as follows –

Hannity – Sara, I’m hearing it gets worse than this–that there is potentially out there–if you will, two sets of record among the upper echelon of the FBI–one that was real one that was made for appearances. Is there any truth to this?

Carter – Absolutely, Sean. With the number of sources that I have been speaking with as well as some others that there is evidence indicating that the FBI had separate sets of books.

I will not name names until all of the evidence is out there, but there were certain people above Peter Strzok and above Lisa Page that were aware of this. I also believe that there are people within the FBI that have actually turned on their former employers and are possibly even testifying and reporting what happened inside the FBI to both the Inspector General and possibly even a Grand Jury.

The FBI essentially attempted to stage a coup of a duly elected president utilizing the public’s tax dollars to create fake “evidence” to tie President Donald Trump and his campaign with Russia with a fabricated narrative all for the sake of the Clintons’ hurt feelings.

In so fabricating said evidence, the FBI willfully concealed pertinent details which they were required by law to turn over to the FISA court when seeking the initial surveillance warrant on former Trump campaign aide, Carter Page.

Comey signed three FISA applications on behalf of the FBI, and McCabe, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, former Deputy Attorney General Dana Boente, and acting Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, each signed one or more applications on behalf of the DOJ. Every single one of which took an oath to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the land, INCLUDING the Fourth Amendment.

Under 50 U.S.C. § 1805(d)(1), a FISA order on an American citizen must be renewed by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) every 90 days. In order to protect the rights of Americans, each subsequent renewal requires a separate finding of probable cause. This means that the in order to be granted a renewal, the government is required to produce all material and relevant facts to the court, including any information which may be potentially favorable to the target of the FISA application.

Some would argue that the very existence of such a court is a violation of an American’s guaranteed right to privacy and that such a right is an essential component of liberty, foundational to a maintaining a free people. Part of citizenship in a free society is the expectation that one’s personal affairs and physical person are inviolable, one of which is the freedom from constant and intrusive government surveillance of one’s life.

The Obama administration made a mockery of any such right, specifically for Carter Page, but also setting a precedent for doing the same to other American citizens by invading the privacy of law-abiding citizens by monitoring their daily activities and laying hands on their person without any evidence of wrongdoing.

Encroachments on individual privacy undermine democratic institutions by stifling free speech. When the citizenry becomes aware that the intimate details of their personal lives are being pervasively monitored by the government, and they may be singled out or targeted by that same government especially those espousing unpopular viewpoints, they will cease freely expressing their dissident views. The government will no longer be held accountable by the people and political despotry reigns.

On four separate occasions, the Obama administration lied to the Court knowingly providing false information, as well as withholding other crucial and pertinent information with claims Page betrayed his country in choosing to work a hostile foreign nation. As a result of this fabricated “evidence”, the government repeatedly violated his Fourth Amendment rights, not once but repeatedly.

While it is extremely disconcerting that the government willfully concealed the existence of their financial relationship with Christopher Steele, a foreign national and author of the false Steele Dossier, used to justify multiple FISA warrants. Even more troubling, is they used American taxpayer dollars to do so and enlisted the media to perpetuate their narrative.

In other words, every single American who did not vote for Hillary Clinton, whether they voted for President Trump or a third party candidate or did not vote at all – were forced to finance the Clinton campaign-funded opposition research. Furthermore, every single American is now being forced to fund Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian collusion based on fabricated evidence and the FBI maintaining two sets of records in order to perpetuate the lies the people were forced to finance.

When they took the Fourth Amendment, I was silent because I do not deal drugs. If you are not doing anything wrong you have nothing to hide, right? I also choose to keep quiet when they took the Sixth Amendment because I know that I am innocent.  When they took away the Second Amendment, I again said nothing because I do not own a gun. Now they have come for the First Amendment, and I cannot say anything at all.

Speak up. Your freedom depends on it.

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President Trump Stuns Dems, Announces Massive Firings

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President Trump has had an innumerable number of rallies. His most recent took place in Springfield, Missouri this week. During the rally, he updated the attendees about his plans regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Justice (DOJ).

On Friday night, he vowed at the rally that he would get rid of what he claimed was the lingering stench at the federal agencies. The comments came at a time when media reports have Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein suggesting that he secretly record the president to expose the chaos in the White House. His plan was allegedly to invoke the 25th Amendment to get the president out of office.

Fox News reported,

“Trump at the rally did not specifically mention Rosenstein, who has adamantly denied the accusations. “Just look at what is now being exposed in our Department of Justice and the FBI. Look at what’s going on,” Trump said. “And I want to tell you, we have great people in the Department of Justice. We have great people.

These are people, I really believe, you take a poll, I gotta be at 95 percent. But you got some real bad ones. You’ve seen what’s happened at the FBI. They’re all gone. They’re all gone. They’re all gone. But there’s a lingering stench and we’re going to get rid of that too.”

Trump was in Missouri in support of state Attorney General Josh Hawley, a Republican who is attempting to unseat incumbent U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat. Trump said that Hawley was needed in the Senate “to fight for Missouri” and the “whole country” because the Republican Party would “never, ever get a vote” from McCaskill, including on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“Brett Kavanaugh, fantastic man. She just announced she won’t vote for him,” Trump said of McCaskill. “He was born for the U.S. Supreme Court. He was born for it. And it’s going to happen. It’s going to happen. But she just announced, she’s not voting … and she’ll vote against everything we want to do.”

McCaskill tweeted Wednesday night that she would not vote for Kavanaugh. In her message, she explicitly wrote that his legal rulings and ideology — and not the allegations by Christine Blasey Ford — were the reason for her decision. Ford alleged that Kavanaugh forced himself onto her and covered her mouth in the 1980s, when Kavanaugh was 17 and she was 15.

The president also said that “a vote for Claire McCaskill” was one in favor of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.; Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.; and U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. Trump also slammed Democrats, calling them “dangerous” and “crazy,” noting that some have called to abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

“And they aren’t just extreme, they are frankly dangerous and they are crazy. They’re crazy,” Trump said. “Democrats want to abolish ICE. In other words, they want to abolish immigration enforcement entirely. Let violent, sadistic gangs like MS-13, the worst gang in the world, run wild in our communities.” “I’ve seen our guys from ICE. I’ve seen it. I’ve watched it. MS-13, they’re tough but they’re not tough like our guys. They’re not tough like our ICE people,” Trump continued.”

POLITICO reported,

“President Donald Trump on Wednesday lambasted Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) as “so phony” after she acknowledged using a private plane for part of a recent campaign RV tour, a fresh sign that the GOP will seize on the episode in its bid to unseat McCaskill in November.

Trump tweeted that McCaskill “flew around in a luxurious private jet during her RV tour of the state. RV’s are not for her. People are really upset, so phony!”

McCaskill confirmed on Tuesday that she used her private aircraft during two of the three days of a campaign RV tour last month, delighting Republicans who see the misstep as a display of inauthenticity that can boost their nominee, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley.

“I added some stops with the use of the plane, but I was on the RV so much that the broken drawer drove me crazy,” McCaskill said after the Washington Free Beacon first reported that her aircraft had followed some of the route of her campaign RV.

After Trump’s Twitter attack, McCaskill gave no ground while reiterating her previous vow — made after selling another family plane in 2011 amid a controversy over unpaid taxes — to not use her office budget on private aircraft.

“Paying on my own dime to visit more Missouri veterans is not something I’m going to apologize for,” she said in a statement released by her campaign.

Hawley joined the rest of the GOP in pouncing on the episode, telling POLITICO in an interview that McCaskill “can’t stand to be driven on her luxury RV for two days before getting on her luxury plane.””

In the 2016 presidential election, President Trump won Missouri and went on to defeat Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. He won by double digits as well. In the past, President Trump had campaigned and rallied in Hawley during the U.S. Senate race. He told the audience that Josh was the best person for the position.

A tweet that was sent out in June dubbed McCaskill as incredibly phony for her private plane usage for two days during her campaign RV tour. “Senator Claire McCaskill of the GREAT State of Missouri flew around in a luxurious private jet during her RV tour of the state,” Trump wrote. “RV’s are not for her. People are really upset, so phony! Josh Hawley should win big, and has my full endorsement.”

McCaskill has allegedly acknowledged that she did, in fact, use a private plane. However, she insisted and maintained she did not, in fact, use office funds to do so. In fact, she made no formal or informal apologies for taking the trips either.

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