4 reasons Hillary quietly deleted “assault victims have a right to be believed” from website

Instapundit had a great catch over the weekend:

The Clinton campaign has removed a pledge from its website stating that all survivors of sexual assault “have the right to be believed.”

On a page dedicated to “Campus sexual assault” on HillaryClinton.com, this passage from the Democratic presidential candidate used to be prominently featured last year: “I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we’re with you.”

But by February of this year, those lines had been deleted, according to BuzzFeed News.

The online website says the scrubbing came after the election-cycle reemergence of Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 when he was lieutenant governor of Arkansas.

Broaddrick, for her part, is not going away.  She recently emerged on Twitter and won’t stop reminding people of what happened to her.  This has caused some uncomfortable moments for the Clintons on the campaign trail.

Click CONTINUE to see the 4 uncomfortable moments that undoubtedly caused Hillary to revamp her site:

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VIDEO: Sheriff David Clarke Speaks Powerfully about Milwaukee’s “Night of Shame”

On Saturday afternoon, two Milwaukee police officers stopped two people in a car because the vehicle was behaving suspiciously. During the stop, they people in the car ran away from the police. During the ensuing chase, twenty-three year-old Sylville Smith, armed with a handgun, was killed by police.

Chaos ensued after the death. Last night, in what the media has dubbed the “night of shame,” looting, fire, and destruction of property occurred.

Sheriff David Clarke spoke into the situation this afternoon in a powerful press conference that showcased his leadership in the community.

Watch the video of his insightful press conference by clicking CONTINUE.

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Top 8 Tweets about Milwaukee’s Night of Shame

Last night, Milwaukee experienced what the media is called a “night of shame” after a police officer and killed an armed man with a “lengthy criminal record.” And by the way, the man had an illegal firearm that had been used in a burglary and refused to drop the weapon.

As the unrest unfolded, people had took footage of the incidents.  The below video was particularly disturbing:

The clip below shows angry rioters chanting “black power!” before asking “is they white?” as cars slowly drive past.

“Yeah they white!” states someone else, prompting the mob to run towards the vehicle.

“Yeah they white, get their ass!” screams another.

“Hey they beatin’ up every white person!” exclaims another rioter.

“He white – beat his head – bitch!” he adds.

The footage appears to show the mob attacking cars and trying to drag out the drivers.

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8 Olympians who talk about Jesus – and there’s nothing the media can do about it

Patriotism goes hand in hand with the Olympic games. The athletes proudly represent their countries and emotions run high when they win or lose. But some are there representing more than just their country. Below are eight Christian Olympians competing in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio who are bold in sharing their faith in Jesus Christ.

1. Gabby Douglas

Twenty-year-old Gabby Douglas is one of the best gymnasts in the United States and she gives all the credit to God for her amazing abilities.

“I love sharing about my faith,” Gabby says. “God has given me this amazing God-given talent, so I’m going to go out and glorify His name.”

And glorify Him she did! At the 2016 Rio games, Gabby led the U.S. team to a gold medal. That’s not the first time, either. She did the same in London 2012. Gabby also won an individual gold medal in those games — the first African-American woman to do so.

Click CONTINUE to see the other inspirational athletes who are NOT ashamed of the gospel.

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10 Shocking Minutes of CNN Cutting the Mics of People who Criticize Hillary

This is actually very disturbing. [Read more…]


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