Diaries written by Hillary’s late best friend and confidante, Diane Blair, were recently unearthed by the Washington Free Beacon website and contain comments Hillary never thought would come to light.
“In one of the diary entries, Blair, who died in 2000, quotes Hillary calling Monica a “narcissistic loony toon,” said the insider. “That vicious dig could bring Monica out of the woodwork to attack Hillary – and confirm a hushed up secret probe that Hillary ordered against her and her family. ”
Investigators also hope to expose a “secret breakdown” Hillary allegedly suffered after the scandal that nearly cost her husband the presidency, insiders say.
“Hillary went ballistic during a vicious fight with Bill and had to be medicated afterward,” said the source.
“The main interest is to determine what medications Hillary may have been prescribed, and to prove that she’s unstable.”
by BARRY LEVINE LEON WAGENER, STEVE HERZ & JOHN BLOSSER
“That affair came to light when a veterinarian who treated the Clinton family cat, Socks, at the White House claimed that he stumbled onto Hillary locked in a steamy embrace with a woman,” said the source. “It’s believed the woman is ready to ‘out’ Hillary and reveal details of their sex romps.
“Investigators are also running down other explosive rumors, including one that Hillary had a ‘hook-up’ with a handsome young male White House intern as retribution after the Lewinsky scandal came to light.”
Hillary had an affair with Webb Hubbell, a top Justice Department official. Hubbell was the youngest mayor in Little Rock, Ark., history and Hillary’s former partner at the Rose Law Firm. He eventually served 18 months in prison for embezzlement.
Foster’s death triggered a massive cover-up by the Clinton administration and declared: “Hillary should not be in the White House. She should be in jail.”
Researchers point out several suspicious details about Foster’s “suicide,” most notably that his fingerprints weren’t on the gun and the bullet that killed him was never found.
“For two decades, investigators, authors and media figures have declared that Vince Foster was murdered – and that he was Hillary’s longtime lover,” said a close source. “If Hillary is incriminated in missing evidence in his death, it will stop her from becoming president.”
The problem with teabaggers, rwnj's and the rest is when you are confronted with REAL INFORMATION as dude did with the info on Issa you can't take it. So like Tudumb you demean the real info because it forces you to have to deal with the reality.
If you Fleabaggers want to operate on rumor, supposition, and smear then there is always things, like below, that are of the same quality.
That “smoking gun” letter is believed to implicate Hillary in ordering the government’s attack on religious zealot David Koresh’s compound in Waco, Texas, in April 1993. The raid sparked a massive inferno that killed 74 men, women and children, including 12 kids under the age of 5 and two pregnant women.
“Investigators are out to show that during Bill’s first year in the White House, Hillary was abusing her power and actually making executive decisions, one of which was allegedly the raid on Waco.”
The orders to raid Waco were from Hillary, but Janet Reno took the fall, and Vince Foster was devastated by what happened.
I think the plagiarism claim against Dude has left him in a most unnerved state ... I’m afraid it will leave permanent emotional scars.
"The investigation revealed that after the World Series Issa was transferred to a supply depot after receiving poor ratings. According to Issa, the Examiner reporter misunderstood an anecdote he had related.
Well that was informative .... did Issa play in the World Series? .... Did he make too many fielding errors or have too low a batting average? ... Was it because his anecdotes were unfunny and confused? .... Is the “Supply Depot” their minor league team’s name?
A fellow soldier, Jay Bergey, claimed Issa stole his Dodge Charger in 1971, and that "I confronted Issa ... I got in his face and threatened to kill him, and magically my car reappeared the next day, abandoned on the turnpike." No charges were ever filed. Issa has denied any theft."
A soldier’s car goes missing or so he claims, he has no evidence if it was stolen or he abandon it in a drunken stupor, he goes around screaming in different peoples faces about who stole his car, the next day the cops find it a mile from where he claims he left it.
Yep ... Issa must have done it .. the evidence is undeniable. After all none of us have ever heard of young men in the military getting drunk and losing their sh!t ... Right?
"We now know that IRS staffers, overwhelmed by post-Citizens United political activism, used certain terms to screen groups on the right and the left to make sure they deserved tax-exempt status. Groups with “Tea Party” or “Patriots” in their names, as well as “Occupy” or “Blue,” were flagged for special scrutiny. So far the only known group to lose its tax exemption was a Democratic group, Emerge America, which works to elect Democratic women to public office."
I guess this is another lie, since it doesn't fit fisters plan for impeachment.
On June 27, 2013, responding to letters from Rep. Sander Levin, the ranking member on the Ways and Means Committee, Inspector General J. Russell George's office released a letter to Levin about the scrutiny of groups with "progressive" in their names.
Contradicting earlier claims of George's office, the letter acknowledged that he knew that the word "progressive" had appeared in IRS screening documents. However, he said that the "Progressives" criteria was on a part of the "Be On the Look Out" (BOLO) spreadsheet labeled "Historical," and, unlike other BOLO entries, didn't say how to refer flagged cases.
While he had many sources confirming the use of "Tea Party" and related criteria described in the report, including employee interviews and e-mails, he found no indication in any of those other materials that "Progressives" was a term used to refer cases for scrutiny for political campaign intervention."
The letter further stated that out of the 20 groups applying for tax-exempt status whose names contained "progress" or "progressive", 6 had been chosen for more scrutiny as compared to all of the 292 groups applying for tax-exempt status whose names contained "tea party", "patriot", or "9/12.
Yeah ... you’re right it was equal on both sides ... Right?
Jt... You can cherry pick all you want.
Man !! ... I didn’t see that coming ... especially from you, of all people.
"Gen. Wesley Clark is claiming "general indignities" to divorce his wife of 46 years - even as he faces claims he is having an affair with a woman less than half his age. Clark, 68, filed the divorce papers in an Arkansas court last September and cited "general indignities" as grounds for breaking his marriage with his 69-year-old wife, Gertrude."
You’re quite the “Prig” considering your claimed tolerance for different types of interpersonal conduct especially sexual activities between consenting adults. I thought the new normal was that violating your marital vows was acceptable for public figures, even with your subordinates ( read as interns), if it did not negatively affect their public duties... Or was that just some more Fleabagger B.S. justification when it’s someone on your side?