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Greta BLASTS The Conservative Women’s ‘MOB RULE’ Mentality Towards Corey Lewandoski

waving flagPublished on March 31, 2016

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Who are you siding with on this one — the women who want Trump’s campaign manager fired or those who are defending his actions? Some of the names on this list might shock you. Check it out…

It is stunning — Lewandowski has not had a trial and these women have convicted him.  We have a judicial system in this country not mob rule.

As an aside, I have tried many, many, many criminal cases and I will tell you this: there is reasonable doubt in this one.  This is a very easy defense case.  Don’t believe me? Ask any lawyer.

And now look what these women have done to their own work covering the campaigns!  These women reporters may want to pull themselves off the Presidential campaign coverage since they have obviously shown their bias.   They need to ask themselves – can they be fair in all their Presidential campaign coverage based on this?  (Greta Wire)

Here is the letter released by the women via Dana Loesch on Twitter, but has now been taken down:

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Watch Judge Napolitano state on Hannity that there is zero evidence of battery in the Michelle Fields case:


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REV. FRANKLIN GRAHAM: Why Obama is Protecting Islam

Posted on February 18, 2015

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The reverend isn’t beating around the bush on this interview. Check out what he has to say.

“The president is ignoring the fact that these are Islamic extremists. These are terrorists. And ISIS is a terrorist organization. And they are bent on destroying the West. They’ve already said they want the flag of Islam to fly over the White House. The president, his entire life his whole influence has been Islam. His mother has been married to a Muslim. His father is a Muslim. Then she married a man from Indonesia. He was raised in Indonesia. Went to Islamic schools. I assume she was a Muslim. So, his whole life experiences have been surrounded by Islam. He only knows Islam. And, he’s given a pass to Islam. He’s refusing to accept and understand the evil that is in front of him.”

See the Interview Below:


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Sen. Rand Paul’s remedy for ObamaCare: ‘We could try freedom for awhile. We had it for a long time’

Published January 05, 2015 | On the Record | On the Record

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This is a rush transcript from “On the Record,” January 5, 2015. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.


Senator Rand Paul joins us. It is his first interview of 2015, and the first of the new Congress. Welcome back to Washington, sir.


Glad to be with you, Greta.


Will Republicans end gridlock and, if so, how?


Absolutely. We are going to begin voting again. Part of the way it has to work in the Senate is you have to let the other party have votes. What happened the last several years is Harry Reid said no Republican amendments whatsoever. It is my way or the highway. Senator McConnell is saying I am going to let Democrats and Republicans have votes. It will take a while, but we will vote, vote, vote, and then we will pass legislation.


Why is there not gridlock? As a hypothetical, you vote in the House and the Senate, because Republicans own both as of tomorrow. You vote to repeal ObamaCare, something that Republicans want to do. It then goes up to the president and he vetoes it. Now we’re at a standstill again.


Unless we come back say, well, now, we are going to repeal part of ObamaCare, are you going to veto that, too? There will be votes on total repeal that may or may not succeed, and votes on partial repeal, and votes on things we really want and maybe he won’t agree to. But the only way to figure out the compromise, you have to have votes. If one side just puts what they want and nothing else, nothing ever gets accomplished. I think by putting bills forward, you will find out what the president will veto and what he won’t and what the middle ground is.


Suppose you vote to appeal ObamaCare. I don’t think it will happen. But say the president went along with you. What in the world would happen?


What would happen to the American people? What would we have or not have?


We could try freedom for a while. We had it for a long time. That’s where you sell something and I agree to buy it because I like it. That is how we operate in most of rest of the marketplace other than health care. Now the president has said you can only buy certain types of health care that I approve of, and anything I don’t approve of, you are not allowed to purchase. We could try freedom. I think it might work. It works everywhere else.Complete Message


When do we go back to the situation where some people simply couldn’t afford health care with that? Right now, we are the healthier, more affluent people subsidizing the less healthy and affluent. They would end up back at the hospitals and the hospitals would be providing free care again and now we’ve got the financial burden back on the hospitals. So we’re back to square one.


The interesting thing is that they still do that. Even under Obamacare, there are people that get subsidized insurance. But that has a $6,000 deductible. What do you think they do with that $6,000 deductible? They are still a nonpayer.Obamacare Suppositories

But here’s the thing, is nobody is talking about a time when the government does not participate at all. Even before ObamaCare, the government took care of the bottom 5 or 10 percent of the public who were on Medicaid. And then there is also charity. There are different ways that we take care and help the poor. Nobody is saying we would not still do those things if we didn’t have ObamaCare. What ObamaCare did was take some of the things we did for the poor and expanded the government to basically the whole marketplace. That I think will ultimately bankrupt the country and then nobody will have good health care.depression-obamacare


Besides these issues of gridlock and Obamacare, the Palestinians, you intend to introduce a bill tomorrow, which is what?


The Palestinian Authority gets money from the American taxpayer.


And I should tell you in fiscal 2014, we researched it, $440 million.


Yeah. So the Palestinian Authority gets $440 million presumably because they will peacefully interact with Israel, but the Palestinian Authority now has applied to be a part of the International Criminal Court and also said they want to investigate Israel’s soldiers for war crimes. Well, that hardly seems to me a good idea to give American taxpayer money to a country or an entity that is now saying that an ally of ours, that their soldiers need to be investigated for war crimes.AMEN


Are you going to win this or not? Will this pass or not in the U.S. Senate?



I think there is a chance we could pass that. We will see what happens. I’ve introduced it before because I also do not think — or a variation because I don’t think American taxpayer money should go to a unity government that has Hamas and the Palestinian Authority together. It galls me to think that American taxpayer money could actually buy weapons that Hamas would be using against Israel. So I think there is a very good chance this could pass.Back-stabed1


Senator, nice to see you. I hope you come back often in the year 2015. Thank you, sir.


Thank you. Thanks for having me.

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Where is the # Campaign for Meriam Yehya Ibrahim?

Husband of Christian woman sentenced to death for faith says she won’t convert

An American citizen whose pregnant wife has been sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to renounce her Christian faith told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Friday that his wife is staying strong in her convictions despite her ordeal.

Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, 27, whose Christian husband Daniel Wani holds American citizenship, has been held in a Sudanese prison along with her 20-month old son for more than three months.

Last week, in a decision that drew international condemnation, a judge in Khartoum sentenced her to death by hanging once she gives birth and nurses her child for two years, because she would not renounce her Christianity.

Wani said on “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” that when his wife’s ordeal began he went to the U.S. embassy and tried to report the case. However, he said he was told to go to the UN because his wife is not an American.

“I say I am an American and she is a doctor, you have to help her but she refuse to do anything,” Wani said of a counselor at the embassy he spoke to.

U.S. lawmakers including GOP Sens. Marco Rubio and Kelly Ayotte have pressed the Obama administration to grant asylum to Ibrahim.

Wani said the conditions in the prison are “not good.”

“Her mood is not good…as you know, prison is not a good place,” he said.

However he said despite her ordeal, Ibrahim is staying strong in her convictions.

“She said she is not going to convert to Islam,” he said. “And let them do whatever they want to do but she is still a Christian and she is a Christian since she was born.”

Wani said on that those want to help his wife should pressure the Sudanese government to set her free.




ObamaCare Victims Fight Back: We Are Not Liars and Phonies


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Watch the latest video at <a href=””></a&ampGRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX HOST: Tonight, the Tea Party is celebrating. What are they celebrating? Well, you are going to go to the party a little later.

But right now, the Obamacare horror show goes on.


SEN. HARRY REID, (D-NV), SENATE MAJORITY LEADER: There’s plenty of horror stories being told.

UNIDENTIFIED DOCTOR: I’m going to have to be dealing with patients who could get taken off the drug that is now stabilized them and kept them from being disabled.

REID: All of them are untrue.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Our family, our premiums increased from $440 a month to $920 a month.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I can’t afford that. I think I’m going to let it go and hope I can stay healthy.

REID: All of them are untrue.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: My wife was diagnosed with stage-4 brain and bone cancer. We received this letter of cancellation.

REID: All of them are untrue.

UNIDENTIFIED DOCTOR: I’m going to stop being a doctor when I know I could take care of somebody but I’m not allowed to use the medications that could provide that.

REID: All of them are untrue.


VAN SUSTEREN: Well, our first guest says Senator Harry Reid is wrong, Obamacare is a horror for real. And to her patients and her employees, it is a horror. Ophthalmologist, Dr. Patricia McLaughlin, joins us.

Good evening, Doctor.


VAN SUSTEREN: When you hear Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid say these horror stories are wrong and untrue, what do you think? What do you say to him?

MCLAUGHLIN: I would just certainly hope that he said that in haste and that perhaps the information that was given to him came from a source that wasn’t correct. This is not the case that we are seeing in our practices and with stories patients are telling us.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Well, let’s go specific. Let me go first to your patients. You have patients who have insurance and they go to you. But now you have been knocked off one of the insurance networks. Is that correct?

MCLAUGHLIN: Well, I have been not dismissed but have nothing offered participation status in some of the subsections of one of the insurance companies. And that was insurance that would be covering individuals taking out insurance through the Affordable Care Act or through small business plans outside the Affordable Care Act. It also included them.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, does that mean that these patients that some patients of yours can no longer go to you unless they pay out-of-pocket?

MCLAUGHLIN: That’s correct.

VAN SUSTEREN: Have any of your patients said anything to you? Are they distressed by this or are they happy to sort of move on to look for another doctor?

MCLAUGHLIN: You know, most patients are attached to their doctor. We have had long-standing relationships. We don’t just take care of an illness. We take care of the human spirit as well. So we know things about their spouse, their children, their parents. We have gone through their trials and tribulations. There’s a relationship. Of course, they are distressed. And they don’t enjoy the fact that they don’t have freedom of choice any longer. It’s very, very confusing to them. It’s very distressful. They don’t know where to turn. They still will call us and ask for help. And, of course, we are willing it do that.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Now you have also gotten squeezed because of what’s happened with your own insurance for your employees. What’s happened with them?

MCLAUGHLIN: Well, I had a small business plan and my employees were under my plan as well. So when my plan was cancelled, which was a very complex, very complete plan, but it was cancelled. And the reason given in the letter was that it had to do with not meeting the regulations of the Affordable Care Act. I mean, this completely confused me and came as a complete surprise. Well, you know, I had to then obtain a broker and start looking at other options because the subsequent plan that was offered by the same insurance company turned out to have a network that was so incredibly narrow, so restrictive, where my original plan had a robust network with many, many doctors, including myself on it, and the subsequent plan, didn’t have me or any of my colleagues or any of the doctors that myself, my husband, and my employees used. We didn’t lose just one doctor, we lost a lot of doctors. It was horrendous.

VAN SUSTEREN: Doctor, thank you. Good luck to you.

MCLAUGHLIN: Thank you so much.


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Greta: Laughing at ObamaCare fears is disgraceful


Published February 20, 2014  | On the Record | Greta Van Susteren

By Greta Van Susteren

Let’s all go “Off The Record” for just a minute. Do you know what I find absolutely disgraceful? People laughing at other people’s fears and misfortunes, or even potential misfortunes.

But there’s something even worse than that — something more disgraceful. That’s when the ones laughing are also the very ones who caused the fears and misfortune. Case-in-point: Three politicians from Minnesota, all Democrats – two congressmen, Collin Peterson and Tim Walz, and U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar. Congressman Walz and Senator Klobuchar voted yes for ObamaCare. And now, well, they are laughing at what it’s doing to so many Americans. Listen to this exchange at a recent forum. (CLICK HERE to watch)

You heard right. That was laughing. Laughing at the nightmare ObamaCare is for many. And I bet if you live in Minnesota and if you have cancer or diabetes or a child with a serious disease, you aren’t laughing. In fact, you’re probably scared.

While Congressman Collin Peterson did not vote for ObamaCare, he did vote against its repeal, and now, he’s joining his two colleagues laughing. Listen.


CONGRESSMAN COLLIN PETERSON: I voted no. So I’ll let these guys –



Would you laugh if you played a role in creating this mess? That’s my “Off The Record” comment tonight. If you have an important story, issue think I should take “Off The Record,” go to and tell us about it.

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