A video posted to YouTube on Thursday is said to poke holes in the story of Michael Brown’s shooting. More importantly, it seems to back up the story told to Dana Loesch by a woman who claimed to be a friend of police officer Darren Wilson.
What’s important about this video, spotted by the Conservative Treehouse, is a conversation heard in the background.
On Friday, a caller to Dana Loesch’s radio program claimed to be a friend of Darren Wilson, the police officer said to have shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.
“The woman said that she came by the details via Wilson’s significant other,” Loesch said. “After I hung up she called back and told my programming direction that her relationship to the named officer is legitimate. I haven’t personally vetted the association, but wanted to post the audio for comparison to the pending results of the investigation.”
While speaking at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin slammed Attorney General Eric Holder, telling the crowd she doesn’t need to take advise from a cabinet member who’s been held in contempt.
“I don’t need lectures from Eric Holder,” she said. “Not many cabinet members in U.S. history have been held in contempt of Congress.”
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly shredded House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., for her lies and idiotic remarks regarding the recent Supreme Court Hobby Lobby ruling.
Kelly notes that Pelosi didn’t have an issue when five men ruled in favor of Roe vs. Wade, the landmark decision that basically said abortion is okay up to the moment of birth for any reason or no reason whatsoever. She also called Pelosi “sexist” and nailed her for misrepresenting the decision.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, the congresswoman once dubbed the “Congressional boss from Hell,” explained that the flood of illegal immigrants across America’s southern border isn’t “immigration,” it’s “migration.”
Except in the most tangential sense — both “Benghazi” and “Bergdahl” begin with the letter pair — there is little to connect the White House’s scandalous reaction (and preaction) to the terrorist storming of the U.S. consulate in Bengahzi and its scandalous exchange of five Taliban chiefs for an Army soldier who by all accounts deserted his unit. So why are the administration and top Democrats seeking to connect the two in the minds of Americans?
By now, pretty much everyone knows of the pitiful reception Barack Obama received when he spoke to graduating cadets at West Point.
The Washington Times, citing the Daily Mail, said that less than 25 percent of the cadets present gave him a standing ovation upon his introduction. In 2008, however, George Bush received a standing ovation so thunderous he had to ask cadets to be seated.