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1035, 12 Aug 16

Clinton Peddles Access for Cash

It is pretty clear what Clinton was doing.

Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, released 296 pages of emails from the Democratic presidential nominee, including 44 that Judicial Watch says were not previously handed over to the State Department by Clinton. The emails, many of which are heavily redacted, raise questions about the Clinton Foundation’s influence on the State Department and its relations during her tenure.
In one instance, top Clinton Foundation official Doug Band lobbied Clinton aides for a job for someone else in the State Department. In the email, Band tells Hillary Clinton’s former aides at the department — Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin — that it is “important to take care of (redacted).” Band is reassured by Abedin that “Personnel has been sending him options.”
So Clinton was using her position as Secretary of State to sell access and favors in exchange for donations to the Clinton Foundation, which was, in turn, used to pay for the Clinton’s lavish lifestyle. This has all been well known and documented for anyone to see. The only things in question are some of the details of exactly who bought favors and what those favors were.
And it should be noted, again, that these are more emails that Clinton did not give to the State Department as required to by law.
Imagine the money she’ll make as President!

1035, 12 August 2016


  1. Kevin Scheunemann

    She is an elitist influence peddler, sellling her government power to highest bidder.


  2. NHolland

    Mr. Robinson,
    Did you close the thread “Black Lives Matter Protesters Block Heathrow”?
    If so, why? I don’t believe Mr. Scheunemann had the privilege of reading my responses. He at least deserves that courtesy. Proving him wrong is far to easy.

    Selling government power to the highest bidder sounds exactly like Scott Walker.

  3. Kevin Scheunemann


    Pretty sure we established that focusing just on “black lives” is racist and that “all lives matter”, especially LEO lives and that BLM rhetoric hurting LEO’s is wrong.

    So we’re good on that thread.

    Appreciate your concern.

  4. NHolland

    Mr. Scheunemann,
    More lies… “We” didn’t establish anything. Just in case you didn’t get a chance to read my last two posts I will give you a brief recap.
    1) The guy who made that stupid Youtube video you posted does give his name. Its Brian Samm. It says it at the end of the video. Try watching some of his Freeway Patrol videos and you will see how embarrassing it is to use him as a credible source. He is not an LEO. Futhermore, he isn’t hiding his identity because his afraid of violent liberals. Just more lies.
    2) Saying I hide behind a fake name is another lie.

    Bearing false witness is a habitual problem for you.
    Here are some excerpts from the WELS website Q&A that I posted for you on the other thread.
    “It is not normal for believers to be so characteristically or chronically critical of others. We should not ignore, much less excuse, such behavior or take it lightly.”
    “Constant depreciation of others and an unforgiving attitude are not compatible with true faith (James 3:9-12 and Matthew 18:21-35 illustrate well).”
    “Even if faith remains, denigrating others is not living life “worthy of the calling (we) have received (Ephesians4:1).”
    “Hurting people hurt people”
    I really do hope you will seek counsel from your pastor.
    Speaking of pastors… I redacted all names before showing those posts to my pastor. I had privacy concerns and didn’t want to create any drama. I am glad I did because its clear you want to confront him. My pastor gave an honest an unbiased opinion based on what was being said. As to the use of profanity, as I said he told me what was inappropriate but he did find humor in my words. Lets remember we are all human and even my pastor admitted to occasionally using a choice word. I am glad you appreciate my concern i motivates me to keep guiding you in the right direction as illustrated in Matthew 18.
    Practice Truth… Its the Christian thing to do.

  5. billphoto

    I suppose it is gratifying to oneself to snipe at others but this is entirely off topic.

    Hillary Clinton and her husband have been lining their pockets by selling out our Country for years.  Some may think this woman is the second coming of Obama but with the mountain of evidence, I find it impossible to believe what the MSM is peddling.

  6. Kevin Scheunemann

    1.)   Are you sure that is his real name?   This issue does not diminish the importance of the data in video.   Crime is a much bigger problem, and more likely to hurt African Americans than police.    Helping the innocemt means supporting police who are near perfect at their very difficult job.

    2.) What is your real name?   why don’t you introduce yourself?

    “It is not normal for believers to be so characteristically or chronically critical of others. We should not ignore, much less excuse, such behavior or take it lightly.”

    I agree.  EXAMPLE?   (Depends how we define “critical”?   If you mean being knit-picky about non-biblical things, yes, that is bad.    If it means surrendering  to perversion, and evil in our society, that is not “critical” that is “discerning” good from evil.    Pick the statement you feel is ast issue of mine , ACCURATELY, and let’s talk about it.)

    “Constant depreciation of others and an unforgiving attitude are not compatible with true faith (James 3:9-12 and Matthew 18:21-35 illustrate well).”

    I agree. EXAMPLE?   (Does this mean if you are able to point out a specific error of mine, you are willing to have a forgiving attitude?  If so, I’m glad.   I forgave your profanity towards.).

    “Even if faith remains, denigrating others is not living life “worthy of the calling (we) have received (Ephesians4:1).”

    I agree. EXAMPLE?   (I could point where you have done this, using profanity, but I like to stick to issue rather than making it about you.   If I have done this, especially if I have come close to the level you have done this, I said previously I would repent and apologize, if you could just point to where I have done it in specifics.)

    “Hurting people hurt people”.

    EXAMPLE?    I agree that protecting the innocent from criminals is an excellent thing to do.   One of the most effective ways to do that is to support our police, not tear them down.    If one officer out of line once in a great while, we should punish that officer upon legitimate proof, and not demean and destroy all LEO’s.   So, Yes, I’m against hurting the people who’s job it is to help hurt people everyday.

  7. NHolland

    Thanks for the input and I am glad you agree. Sniping at others is all about self gratification. I have been trying to point this out to Mr. Scheunemann but he is in a state of denial. Actually there comes a time when intervention isn’t an option. We just have to let people hit rock bottom. If he keeps up this behavior I’m sure the devil has a spot for him in hell.

    1) Justifying the behavior of bad cops isn’t Christian.
    2) Can you read? Has that been the problem this whole time?

    I have given you examples all along your path of denial.

    I can’t speak for Mr. Robinson but since he won’t speak for himself I think its safe to say he was tired of watching you dig yourself a deeper hole therefore closing that thread.
    Practice Truth… Its the Christian thing to do.

  8. Kevin Scheunemann

    1.) I am not justifying behavior of bad cops.   It is far fewer than BLM represents.   By supporting BLM Hillary justifies BLM war on good cops.  When their is legitimate evidence an officer acted out of line, I support punishment.    However, BLM supports punishment when officers life is in danger when criminals attempt criminal acts on officers.   That is wrong.   Very wrong.   99.999% of cops are good cops.    Some of them even make mistakes.   I’m just tired of the BLM demeaning our hardworking LEO’s.

    2.) Full name would be nice.  Did I ever say “fake name”?   I recall asking why you don’t use your “true identity”.

    You have given me examples.    Some have been misquoted and the one time you came close to getting a specific quote at issue accurate, we just have an honest disagreement as to what racist behavior is.

    Clearly you think “Black Lives Matter” is not recist.   I believe anyone who is unwilling to say “All lives matter” or concentrates on one race when it comes to lives mattering is racist.    That is not false witness.  That is simply discerning good from evil.

    Again, feel free to pick the statement for scrutiny, and I will be willing to discuss.

    Until then, it would be nice and courteous if you would provide an example of all the accusations you throw around about me.

    Many thanks for any step up in civility you can provide.





  9. NHolland

    Mr. Scheunemann,
    1) I have looked and looked yet can’t find any actual numbers or data “BLM represents”. Can you please provide me with your source. Thanks
    Also, can you please provide me with the source that shows “BLM supports punishment when officers life is in danger when criminals attempt criminal acts on officers.” I looked and looked yet couldn’t find any data supporting this claim eithe. Thanks
    2) I don’t remember quoting the exact terminology you used but true identity and my real name are one and the same.

    Sir, if you are unwilling to acknowledge the cruel and untrue statements that you have made about myself and others then my assistance is not going to help. You nitpick every statement apart in an effort to deflect. Its a game i am not willing to play.

    It makes no difference to me if you continue to be characteristically critical, chronically critical, denigrate or depreciate others. It is your soul to do with as you want. However, as a Christian I will continue to guide you as directed in Matthew 18.

    Practice Truth… Its the Christian thing to do.

  10. Kevin Scheunemann

    1.)  BLM started with Michael Brown.    It was proved he was a criminal, and a thug, and was charging the officer.   BLM wanted to hang that poor police officer out to dry.

    Here in Milwaukeee, BLM wanted to hang poor Chistopher Manney out to dry.   He was beaten by Dontre Hamilton with a stick.   He was unjustly fired and BLM not only supported the firing, BLM wanted Manney charged, even though the very liberal, pro BLM DA, found no evidence to charge him with.   BLM still protested for this fine officer to be charged.    This officer was a hero.

    Shall I go on?

    2.)  I know you don’t remember because the actual truth does not allow you to claim I made stuff up.

    You said,

    “Sir, if you are unwilling to acknowledge the cruel and untrue statements that you have made about myself and others then my assistance is not going to help.”

    One example?

    Again, if you can point to a real statement where I have done this alleged cruel and untrue statement, I will repent and apologize.

    Just point to my specific error, which is a basic first step of Matthew 18.

    I’m willing to be corrected for actual things I have done, not imagined things.


  11. NHolland

    Mr. Scheunemann,
    1) Absolutely wrong. From the BLM website…
    Alicia Garza states “I created #BlackLivesMatter with Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi, two of my sisters, as a call to action for Black people after 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was post-humously placed on trial for his own murder”
    A) Absolutely wrong again. Manny was not unjustly fired.
    “A three-member panel of the Milaukee Fire and Police Commission unanimously upheld the firing, sustaining(confirming) the two conclusions of an internal investigation which determined that (1) Manny had conducted a pat-down(frisk) without articulable reasonable suspicion; and 2) Manny did not follow departmental “Defense and Arrest Tactics.” He violated Hamilton’s civil rights and then killed him for standing up for those same rights. Manny deserved everything he got and more. He was a bad cop.

    2) Nonsensical rhetoric. The thread is reopened. You can see for yourself.

    As I have given (again and again, time after time) many examples along your long path of denial i am unwilling to continue playing that game. Others have also pointed out the error of your ways and you pulled the same garbage with them. I will certainly continue to point out your errors as I just did in 1), 1A) and 2) and as i am confident they will continue to happen.

    You seem to think your opinion is as good as fact and that it can be used in the same fashion. I disagree. When you accuse others of racism, discrimination or crimes when it is not true that is actionable. You are slandering their reputations. For example, if Michael Brown were still alive and because he had never been convicted of a crime accusing him of being a criminal would be actionable. I consider it a lie.

    “Stubborn and ardent clinging to one’s opinion is the best proof of stupidity”- Michel De Montaigne
    “If in the last few years you haven’t discarded a major opinion or acquired a new one, check your pulse. You may be dead.”-Galett Burgess

    Practice Truth… Its the Christian thing to do.

  12. Kevin Scheunemann

    I should have been more clear.

    BLM started its war on cops with Michael Brown. This war on cops is the issue I have with BLM. I agree the organization started with Trayvon Martin. Trayvon did not deserve to die, and LEO’s had nothing to do with that.

    My apologies for not being more clear. I assumed we were talking about when the BLM cop war started.

    I know you do not want to play the game because there are no quotes from me that fit your accusation of being “cruel and untrue.”

    I only asked for one example. Many times.

    I have been a really nice guy about your personal attacks, why can’t you be civil enough to point out one statement of mine to back up your attack?

    How can you correct the wrong answer of the statement, when you cannot even identify the specific statement?

  13. Kevin Scheunemann

    When it comes to Michael Brown… The report shows he robbed the convience store, pushed the officer responding to the robbery and then charged the officer. That does not make you a criminal?


  14. NHolland

    BLM did not start a war on cops. There never has been a war on cops and any violence against LEOs has been denounced by BLM founders. More garbage be spewed.
    Speaking of garbage being spewed, comparing a presidential candidate (HRC and I am not a fan) to a pipe that spews pure shit is cruel. You may disagree with her politics and even think she has done some shady things. At this point she hasn’t been convicted of any crimes. There is nothing Christian about denigrating or depreciating anyone in this manner. There’s one! Time for you to trivialize…

    I am starting to think you are one of those people who hasn’t spent much time around black people. I assume you live in a small town with few if any blacks. Probably the same small town where you grew up. Probably never had a black person sit at your dinner table. I could be wrong but I sense there is more to your continued attack against this group then meets the eye. You are intent on the assassination of any legitimacy they have. Time and time again i ask you to prove your claims against them and you fail to do so. Why?… Because your chronically critical denigration of this group has no validity.

    Practice Truth… Its the Christian thing to do.

  15. NHolland

    You actually have to be arrested, charged and convicted to earn that title. You know that little thing called constitutional rights/due process. Unfortunately, some cop forgot his training, didn’t wait for backup and choose deadly force over other nonlethal options and the unarmed misguided 18 year old was gunned down over a f#&$ING cigar. He did not deserve to die.

  16. Kevin Scheunemann

    “BLM did not start a war on cops”.

    What was that you said about practicing Christian truth?

    BLM in MN “pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon.”

    No apology from BLM yet for that.

    I’m sailing through “We Back the Badge” yard signs because many think there is a massive liberal war on cops through BLM.

  17. NHolland

    When irresponsible people say ridiculous things many of weak mind follow. Its the Trump effect.
    I thought you said the war on cops started with Michael Brown in Ferguson. Now it started in MN with “pigs in a blanket, fry ‘me like bacon”. Maybe you should decide on a scenario before you debate this anymore.
    Part of the problem is “many think” wrong because of garbage spewing bigots who live in small white towns. I am assuming your lack of response to my assertion about your limited exposure to blacks means its true. How many black police officers does your town employ? How many black people live in your town? How many black people attend your church? How many black people have been in your house?
    My “We Back the Badge” yard sign is proudly displayed in my front yard and there is also a bumper sticker on my truck. Understanding/supporting the message/rights of BLM and supporting LEOs at the same time is possible. You just can’t be a close minded bigot. You actually have to be a Christian practicing the truth.

  18. Kevin Scheunemann

    If the organization does not denounce and apologize for the LEO hate, that speaks volumes.

    BLM has not apologized for the violent anti- cop chant.

    You got bent out of shape when I used “racist” to describe BLM, but yet dismiss this with barely a criticism?

  19. NHolland

    In Milwaukee yesterday I listened to speech after speech denouncing violence and hate.
    The only person telling lies, spreading fear and perpetuating hate is you.
    How many black police officers do you have in your town?
    How many black members belong to your church?
    How many black people have been in your home?
    I have seen your type of bigotry. Hide behind the issues of others and throw stones. Use the actions of a few to blame the whole group.
    This all started on the thread “Black Lives Matter Protestors Block Haethrow”. You and Mr. Robinson accused BLM of being a racist hate group. Its funny how you have abandon that argument and turned it into an anti cop argument. I am glad to debate it from any angle you want because no matter how you frame it the appearance is prejudice, hate and fear.
    My pastor pointed this out to me on the ride to Milwaukee. I shared more of our back and forth. Of course I reacted names. He has deep concern for anyone claiming to be a Christian who continually blames, lies and spreads fear. He says he will pray for you but hopes you speak to your pastor. He feels you need guidance.

  20. Kevin Scheunemann


    We have all heard speeches denouncing violence and hate before.

    This specific situation was black on black conflict.     That has been a huge systemic problem in black community because our justice system, through misguided soft on crime, liberal policies, dumps chronic criminals back into the community.

    This particular criminal had a litany of arrests.     Why was he even back in the community?

    I support “tough on crime” policies  to separate those that choose to do criminal evil to others, from those of us that want to live in a civil society.   That kind of Chrsitian advocacy gets one accused of “lies”, “hatred”, etc by persons like yourself.

    People in Milwaukee are afraid to speak up and separate the criminals from the community.   We need to strengthen those voices, even if separating criminals from the community is met with cries of “racism”.

    It is not racisim.  It is about separating good from bad.

    It  is also about restoring Christian values.   Marriage bewtween one man and one woman.   Fathers and mothers being in the picture for their children.   Halt the breakdown of the family.  (I will acknowledge, this is becoming a progressive problem in communities outside Milwaukee as well.)

    If we can’t restore those simple lessons, this social breakdown will continue no matter how many speeches denouncing the violence are made.



  21. NHolland

    My cries of hatred and lies have nothing to do with the what you just said. I actually agree. I also support tough on crime policies and believe the policies of the past are not working. I believe break down of the family unit is a problem. However, I do not agree with bashing groups that have good intentions. Especially when they have a protected right to expression. Separating the good from the evil is necessary but you to have the ability to know the difference.
    Racism, discrimination and hate have no place in society. For many blacks this is a daily way of life. Studies, data and statistics support there claims of continued discrimination. Until people like yourself acknowledge this and help to rid society of it the problems will continue.
    Is the BLM movement perfect, NO.
    Are ALL police officers perfect, NO.
    I can support good police while condemning the bad.
    I can support good parts of a movement while condemning the bad.
    I can support good Christians while condemning the bad.
    However, I do not support people who deliberately smear others in an effort to push political agenda.
    Practice truth… Its the Christian thing to do.

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