These are the typical mafia-style Democratic party (Obama/Hillary/Valerie Jarrett, who clearly runs the show at the White House) tactics. Lie, Deflect, Deceive, and Blame others. They strategically do these things and then get together to figure out a way to lie to gullible Americans to cover their tracks. They are wolves in sheep’s clothing. The press covers up their disgusting behavior. The mainstream media are like little lap dogs bowing to their master. It is so hard to watch! This is not what the constitution gave them authority to do! To even call these people journalists is a fictional depiction of a corrupt system of politically motivated hackjobs.
August 6, 2016,9:10 am
If the money was on the up and up then why were hostages delayed from flying home til the other plane got there (they didn’t know what or who was on that other plane, but there trip home in jeopardy if it didn’t get there). These Americans were there in prison long enough, they held on that plane they must have been terrified. Still say if you keep it quiet then you are lying, could have announced it once the Americans were safely home so that the planes weren’t attacked on land or in air. Can’t trust the dems at all, that’s why I’m no longer one for a good while.
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