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Hillary Clinton’s Private Server Contained Special Access Program Intelligence. Bernie Sanders Must

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/h-a-goodman/hillary-clintons-private-_b_10354484.html

Hillary Clinton’s Private Server Contained Special Access Program Intelligence. Bernie Sanders Must Continue to Campaign

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Yes, Clinton won California and increased her pledged delegate count. However, nobody knows the FBI’s findings pertaining to Clinton’s SAP emails.

Most importantly, were these SAP emails put in jeopardy?

If so, then Bernie Sander must expect to win the contested Democratic convention.

These SAP emails, stored on an unguarded private server, were subject to the risks of hacking from other nations. POLITICO states that Clinton’s server faced hacking attempts from several nations:

Hillary Clinton’s private email server containing tens of thousands of messages from her tenure as secretary of state — including more than 400 now considered classified — was the subject of hacking attempts from China, South Korea and Germany after she stepped down in 2013, according to Congressional investigators...

New York Times Reporter Asks Sanders If He’s Sexist For Continuing To Run Against Hillary

http://dailycaller.com/2016/06/06/new-york-times-reporter-asks-sanders-if-hes-sexist-for-continuing-to-run-against-hillary-video/


A New York Times reporter asked Bernie Sanders on Monday if it is sexist for him to continue running for president against what could be the nation’s first female president in Hillary Clinton.

Sanders bristled at the question but also laughed and asked if the reporter, Yamiche Alcindor, was being serious.
A New York Times reporter asked Bernie Sanders on Monday if it is sexist for him to continue running for president against what could be the nation’s first female president in Hillary Clinton.

Sanders bristled at the question but also laughed and asked if the reporter, Yamiche Alcindor, was being serious.

The exchange occurred after Sanders opened up his press conference in Emeryville, Calif. to questions from reporters. He pointed to one member of the press in the audience, but Alcindor appears to have jumped in with a question. Sanders attempted to cut her off, saying “excuse me” several times.




If Bernie did not take "Email" off the table early would

the delegate count be any different?
Posted by Mohammed_Lee | Fri Jun 3, 2016, 05:59 PM (6 replies)

Bill requiring La. students to recite the Declaration of Independence Moves Forward

http://wgno.com/2016/06/03/bill-requiring-la-students-to-recite-the-declaration-of-independence-every-day-moves-forward/

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Remember reciting the Pledge of Allegiance every morning in school? Well, for some Louisiana kids, they might be adding something else to start their day; the Declaration of Independence.

The Louisiana House voted in favor of students, grades 4-6 to recite a portion of the Declaration of Independence every morning.

But unlike the Pledge of Allegiance, where students must be given the opportunity to recite, but it is not mandatory, the reciting of the Declaration of Independence will be mandated.

The bill will now head to the Louisiana Senate.
Posted by Mohammed_Lee | Fri Jun 3, 2016, 12:34 PM (6 replies)
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