Weekly update from Judicial Watch
Former Obama advisor David Plouffe has been fined $90,000 by the Chicago Board of Ethics for illegally lobbying Mayor Rahm Emanuel on behalf of his post-White House employer, the Uber taxi company. His Democrat contacts made it easy for him to lobby for his employer with the Democrat mayor. The problem is that Plouffe never registered as a lobbyist.
Some college students are saying they will castrate themselves if Trump builds the wall. Yeah, right. And all those celebrities were going to leave the country if Trump got elected.
Judicial Watch is planning to sue the FBI, CIA, and NSA if they do not hand over records related to the wiretapping of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
More FAKE NEWS: Journos are claiming Trump referred to a terror attack in Sweden that never happened! Oh noes! Except Trump NEVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT A TERROR ATTACK. He said Sweden is having terrible problems because of all the refugees they took in, which is true.
Reuters interviewed a captured ISIS soldier who says he reads the Koran all day in his tiny jail cell to become a better person. He also says he raped more than 200 women from Iraqi minorities, something he said was encouraged and even considered virtuous by ISIS leaders. A total of 5,270 Yazidis were abducted last year, and at least 3,144 are still being held.
A woman Obama appointed to the FEC has submitted her resignation. She’s apparently been a no show at her job anyway since, it appears, Trump was elected. What a shocker. In 2014, she made an attempt to impose FEC regulations on online political web sites, including Drudge.
The Southern Poverty Law Center “reports” that anti-Muslim hate groups shot up from only 34 in 2015 to 101 in 2016. They got this faux figure by counting the 45 chapters of a single organization as 45 groups. This same group was listed as a single group in the 2015 report and it’s not a hate group. They also counted a bar sign as a hate group, because it had a politically incorrect message on it for a while. They also counted as “hate groups” a store that had posted a sign saying they wouldn’t sell to Clinton supporters or Muslims and an artist who drew a cartoon mocking Mohammed. They also listed conservative bloggers, the David Horowitz Freedom Center, the American College of Pediatricians, the Family Research Council, and the Jewish Political Action Committee as hate groups.