Saturday Movie Matinee: “I Give It a Month”

The Five: Greg Gutfeld Gives Hillary’s campaign one month before it implodes:

PJ Tatler: Joe Scarborough: Hillary Clinton Isn’t the Only One Who Should Be Facing Charges:

Joe Scarborough blasted not only Hillary Clinton, but the entire federal law enforcement community under Obama, charging that they gave the former sec. of State special treatment by allowing the “unprecedented” mishandling of classified documents.

“The State Department, the intel agencies, are setting themselves up for scathing reviews in the future,” Scarborough warned. “Because I talked to a top intel person three days ago by phone who told me this is very simple.”

If there’s classified information outside of the agency, the first immediate concern is for the FBI to go secure it and then conduct the investigation and this top intel leader said to me it’s unprecedented that the State Department and intel agencies and the White House knew and the FBI knew for as long as they knew that there was classified top secret material outside of their domain, unsecured, and they allowed it to stay that way because it was Hillary Clinton.

WFB: Media: Donald Trump is Donald Trump | SUPERcuts! #225:

PJTV: Weak Republican Leadership is to Blame for Trump’s Success:

Fox Business: Mine Owner Slams EPA:

Gold King Mine Owner Todd Hennis says he warned the EPA for years about the mine mess, but they ignored him.

Rubio Delivers Floor Speech On Crisis In Venezuela:

From about a year ago, Rubio’s memorable floor speech excoriating the communist leadership of Cuba.

SEE ALSO: WaPo: The U.S. snubs Cuban dissidents:

What’s unfortunate about the scenario planned for Havana is that Mr. Kerry has decided to omit the very people in Cuba who embody the values that the American flag represents: human dignity, the wisdom of the individual above the state and free access to basic rights of expression in speech, assembly and thought. These people — the dissidents in Cuba who have fought tirelessly for democracy and human rights, and who continue to suffer regular beatings and arrests — will not be witnesses to the flag-raising. They were not invited.

The official U.S. explanation for excluding the dissidents is that the flag-raising ceremony is a government-to-government affair. This is lame. Inviting the dissidents would be a demonstration to Raúl and Fidel Castro of what the flag stands for: people freely choosing their leaders, a pluralism of views and a public engaging in the institutions and traditions of a healthy civil society. Not inviting them is a sorry tip of the hat to what the Castros so vividly stand for: diktat, statism, control and rule by fear.

PJTV: The Great Unlearning: How Our Society Became so Stupid:


It doesn’t get any more explosive than this: a high-ranking former Obama administration official charging that the administration made a conscious decision to support al-Qaeda – so where is the mainstream media?

Brad Hoff reported in Foreign Policy Journal last Friday that “in Al Jazeera’s latest Head to Head episode, former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Michael Flynn confirms to Mehdi Hasan that not only had he studied the DIA memo predicting the West’s backing of an Islamic State in Syria when it came across his desk in 2012, but even asserts that the White House’s sponsoring of radical jihadists (that would emerge as ISIL and Nusra) against the Syrian regime was ‘a willful decision.’”

When Hasan asked Flynn if “the administration turned a blind eye” to analyses explaining how the Syrian “rebels” against the Assad regime were actually Islamic jihadists who wanted to establish a hardline Sharia state in Syria, Flynn responded: “I don’t know that they turned a blind eye, I think it was a decision. I think it was a willful decision.”

“A willful decision to support an insurgency that had Salafists, Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood?,” asked Hasan.

Flynn responded: “It was a willful decision to do what they’re doing.” That is, arm those Salafist, al-Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood elements, and do all they could to enable them to succeed.