Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine, speaking during an interview with the Spanish language TV network Telemundo on July 25, stated: “Hillary is going to [push for immigration reform] in the first 100 days of her administration.”
After four failed attempts to secure a conviction where there was no case, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s office announced Wednesday morning that all charges have been dropped against the three remaining officers accused in the death of Freddie Gray. The announcement came the very morning her office was scheduled to begin the persecution by prosecution of Baltimore City Police Officer Garrett Miller.
On Tuesday, the last remaining charge against David Daleiden, of the Center for Medical Progress, and investigator Sandra Merritt, in Texas, was dropped. The pro-life advocates underwent what many would call a political witch hunt and were charged for making undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s fetal organ harvesting scheme.
The fallout continues for the DNC as more and more is known about what is in the nearly 20,000 leaked e-mails released to the Web by WikiLeaks. Still reeling from the clear evidence that they manipulated events to rig the primary process in favor of Hillary Clinton, DNC leaders and staffers will now have to face the music over e-mails that show that at least some major donors were slated for federal appointments in a glaring example of quid pro quo.