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Femme Dem Pollster: HILLARY IS TERRIFIED – She Blew $4 Million and Still Doesn’t Know How to Beat Trump (Video)
Mark the date, remember the moment. The corruption eruption in New York is reaching new heights — and depths.
From City Hall to Albany, the sewer runneth over. It is no longer adequate to talk of a few bad apples. We are suffering through a bumper crop of rottenness.
In normal times, the fall of Sheldon Silver, sentenced yesterday to 12 years in federal prison, would be drama enough. Yet the former Democratic leader of the Assembly is joined in infamy by Dean Skelos, the former Republican leader of the state Senate, whose sentencing comes up next week on the con- man calendar.
The comeuppance of the bosses of both legislative houses and both parties in the same year is, as far as I can tell, unprecedented in modern times. Even the legendary thieves of Tammany tended to leave space between dramatic downfalls.
Yet the Silver-Skelos scandal is just part of the worst of times.
The FBI is looking into two NYPD cops who abruptly retired from the gun-licensing division to start a business helping people get pistol permits — at the same time a Borough Park businessman was allegedly bribing officers in that Brooklyn unit, The Post has learned.
“The timing looks like shit, don’t think I don’t know that,” said former Lt. Paul Dean, who filed his retirement papers in December 2015, along with Officer Robert Espinel, and left on Jan. 5.
Dean was interrogated by FBI agents last week about his connections to Alex “Shaya” Lichtenstein, a Borough Park Shomrim patrol leader who was arrested by the feds on April 17 on charges he paid off cops for expedited licenses.
The year 2016 is still on pace to set a record for background checks for gun purchases, according to new data from the FBI.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation reported on Wednesday that there were 2,145,865 background checks in April. That’s the slowest month so far this year, but it’s a 25% increase from April 2015.
Background checks in every month this year have made double digit gains over 2015, which had a record number of requests for background checks. If the current pace keeps up, 2016 will beat last year’s record.
How in the world does Hillary go from losing after losing after losing to becoming a triumphant victor at the Democrat convention when she didn’t win diddly-squat except superdelegates in the Democrat Party? And I guarantee you, the AP and the media and the Democrat Party, they’re not factoring all of this in because they’re sitting there saying, “We’re the Democrats! We’re invincible. We own the media. We don’t lose.” They don’t have… They haven’t figured out yet that the media wants Donald Trump to be elected president.
They haven’t figured out the media wants Trump in the White House because it’s gonna be the most fun four years they’ve ever had. It’ll be fun. They’ll try to take Trump out. They’ll be able to party with Trump! They’ll go to the White House. They’ll be able to do everything they do as media; they’ll be able to trying to destroy him. He’ll expect it. He’ll toy with ’em. They’ll get to cover him, go wherever he goes. It’s gonna be unexpected, unpredictable, ratings boosts and all kinds of stuff. Make no mistake: In the Drive-Bys, this is universal. There’s nothing exciting about Hillary Clinton.
This April saw the most gun-related background checks of any April on record, making it the 12th month in a row to achieve a high water mark for gun sales.
The FBI ran 2,145,865 checks through the National Instant Background Check System last month, according to the agency’s records. That represents more than a 400,000 increase over the previous record set in April 2014. Though the numbers represent the best April on record, the month also saw the fewest checks of any month thus far in 2016.
Even before Donald Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee on Tuesday, Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was looking toward the general election and planning to use executive action “go further than Obama” on gun control.
In fact, implementing more gun control is “at the top of her to-do list.”
Ben Carson has a plan for Ted Cruz now that the Texas senator has dropped out of the GOP presidential race: attorney general, then Supreme Court justice under a Trump administration.
When Fox News Radio’s John Gibson asked Carson on Wednesday whether it would be “smart” for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to offer Cruz a position on the Supreme Court, he said yes.
“I think he would be terrific on the Supreme Court, or I think he would be a terrific attorney general. Or he could be both,” Carson said. “He could be attorney general first, you know, go ahead and prosecute Hillary, and then go on the Supreme Court.”
Gibson went on to ask the former presidential candidate whom Trump should choose as his running mate.
“I wouldn’t advise him to pick me,” Carson said. “I would advise him to pick someone who really is willing and able to take a significant part of the load.”
The retired neurosurgeon endorsed Trump in March after he dropped his own presidential bid. Trump said on Wednesday that Carson would serve on his selection committee for his future running mate.
New York City Guns Radio Episode
IN THIS EPISODE:
Trump wins big in Indiana, Cruz drops out of the race. Next stop on the campaign train will be a Trump boot kicking Hillary’s face until Trump’s inauguration in January 2017. Meanwhile, in New York, Sheldon Silver gets 12 years for his crimes, De Blasio is denying his crimes, and Cuomo is getting nervous again as his buddies are being subpoenaed by our favorite Democrat Preet Bharara!
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“70 percent of African Americans have a horrible view of Donald Trump. In order for the Democrats to win the White House they don’t have to get 50 percent of the black vote or 60, or 70, or 80, or 90. Democrats, in order to win, historically need 90 to 92 percent of the black vote. If only 70 percent don’t like Donald Trump, that means 30 percent are open to his argument. If he gets half of those, he’s president.”
John Kasich is staying in the Republican presidential race, his campaign said Tuesday.
After finishing a distant third in Tuesday’s Indiana primary, the Kasich campaign’s chief strategist, John Weaver, sent out a memo announcing the Ohio governor will remain in the race until Trump secures the GOP nomination.