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And She Wins Again…

The head of the FBI stopped just short of indicting Hillary in his scathing reprimand of her. Quel surprise.

Why wasn’t she indicted? Seems she didn’t have intent to circumvent the system. Right and Blanche didn’t have intent to gain weight when she ate a box of cookies. Seriously.

Let’s go back to last week’s conversation between Loretta Lynch, Attorney General and Bill Clinton in one of their private planes  while they ‘just happened’ to land at the same airport. “We talked about our grandchildren”. Really?

Wait, it gets better. The FBI interrogated her on Saturday. That would be four days ago. Are you telling us that in four short days the FBI was able to put all their information together, cross-check it with her answers and come up with what they said today?

Here’s the short list of what James Comey, the director of the FBI said:

…She and her aides were extremely careless’ with ‘very sensitive, highly classified information’ …She had 110 emails on private server with classified information when she said she had none …Her server had no 24-hour security …She emailed work information overseas while in countries with ‘sophisticated adversaries’ prone to snoop …Even private service like Gmail has better protection

She lied: She said her emails were not classified when they were sent and received. Here’s what the FBI director said: From the group of 30,000 e-mails returned to the State Department, 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received.

Comey said failed to turn over “several thousand” work-related emails to the State Department in December 2014. This after she said that repeatedly that she did turn over all such records.

She said that she never dealt with classified emails. Comey said she’s not a fool and knew exactly who to send what, which were classified.

So here’s the deal: She’s a liar, extremely careless, incompetent and by magic is not indicted. Tada! Good luck to whoever votes for her. Yer gonna get what ya deserve and then have to live with her for four years.

If you don’t think that the monster construction sites in Montreal are run by nincompoops, buffoons and clowns, take note of this.

Yesterday there was the mother-of-all traffic jams going from downtown to the South Shore. People left work thinking they were going home but… if they drove toward the South Shore via the Ville Marie they ended back downtown on Robert Bourassa Boulevard basically going in a huge circle. Now you may be asking why.

Here’s the part that you’re gonna ‘kvell’ from: Getting caught himself in the massive jam, Pierre Sainte-Marie – THE PROJECT MANAGER said they created a third lane under the expressway leading to the Champlain Bridge but an oversight meant no signs were up and no traffic cops knew about it.

Folks, there’s nothing more to say. It’s official. The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. Pointe finale. We’re doomed. That mess you see that’s supposed to be a highway with intersecting roads in about five years? It’s a puzzle with some pieces that fit and others that well, are just shy of fitting perfectly. Doesn’t matter. They will make those odd pieces fit in somehow and the result will be…another five years of fixing the original plan.

Great Britain got totally screwed in their referendum. Their Prime Minister, David Cameron who was for the remain side, resigned that night. Boris Johnson who was one of the leaders of the leave side said he won’t run for PM. Yesterday, Nigel Faraj, the ringleader of the Independence movement said he’s quitting because he reached his goal – the decision to withdraw Britain from the EU and wants to go back to his business. Seems no one wants to negotiate out of the EU. It will be a nasty affair, no doubt.

One of the main issues were those ‘nasty’ immigrants from Syria etc. Brits wanted a stop to their migration and thought that voting to leave the EU would do that. It will. In two years. Until then, those people are going to do their darnedest to fast-track themselves into Britain before the gates close in front of them. So they are basically zero for three. No leaders, full-on immigration and no end in sight.

After a five year journey from Earth, Juno the solar-powered spacecraft squeezed through a narrow band, skimming Jupiter’s surface, avoiding the worst of both its radiation belt and its dangerous dust rings. The spacecraft will orbit the planet once every 53 days until October 14, when it will shift to a tighter 14-day orbit. And after about 20 months of learning everything it can about Jupiter’s interior and its atmosphere, it will eventually succumb to the harsh environment and plunge into the planet’s crushing centre.

The cost of this mission is $1.1 billion. As we are not scientifically minded and are dizzy from all of this, may we humbly direct you to NASA’s website where you will learn everthing you ever wanted to know about this project:

Elie Wiesel passed away on Shabbos and was buried on Sunday in New York. He was a Nobel Peace Prize winner, Holocaust survivor and author – but he is perhaps best known for giving a voice to the voiceless. “To forget the victims means to kill them a second time. So I couldn’t prevent the first death. I surely must be capable of saving them from a second death.” He lived his life with this adage and never wavered from it.  May his family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

We’ll talk…

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