Had you have read what I posted you would have seen the two sides but like normal you printed a encyclopedia of a waste of time no one will give a seconds glance. Your really trying to get on the level of Biden. He’s your guy now embrace all the great things he’s accomplished and post them upTime for some new false news there Richard...
The claim: Jerry Zeifman fired Hillary Clinton during the Watergate scandalOn June 17, 1972, five burglars were arrested at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate complex for attempting to wiretap office communications. The scandal resulted in the resignation of former President Richard Nixon after a series of investigations found he was involved in the operation.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was part of the impeachment inquiry staff. But decades later, some social media users are spreading false claims about her involvement.
A Facebook post shared over three years ago shows a black-and-white photo of Clinton next to other politicians.
"As a 27 year old staff attorney for the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation, Hillary Rodham was fired by her supervisor, lifelong Democrat Jerry Zeifman," reads text above the image.
Clinton not fired from inquiryThe timeline is key to this claim.
The House Judiciary Committee adopted three articles of impeachment against Nixon on July 27, 1974. However, Nixon avoided impeachment in the House after he resigned from office Aug. 9 of that year. The case ended Aug. 22 when the final impeachment report was published.
In 2016, Washington Post librarian Alice Crites unearthed Judiciary Committee records that show Clinton was paid $3,377.77 from July 1, 1974, to Sept. 4, 1974, which indicates she was active throughout the investigation. Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign said on its website that she was not fired.
Zeifman, who died in 2010, did claim he terminated Clinton in an interview, as the post says.
But there are significant problems with his story.
Zeifman contradicted this claim himself in a 1999 interview with the Scripps Howard News Service, saying, "If I had the power to fire her, I would have fired her," according to PolitiFact. In other words, he's saying he didn't fire Clinton.
And several sources say Zeifman wasn't in a place to make a firing decision on Clinton.
The quote in the post stems from a 2008 column by Dan Calabrese, which was later published by the Canada Free Press in 2013. But John R. Labovitz, a lawyer on the impeachment staff, told Calabrese in the same column that Zeifman did not work "on the impeachment inquiry staff directly."
John Doar, a former Justice Department lawyer, was given the responsibility to direct the impeachment inquiry staff in December of 1973, during which time he assembled a staff, according to the Congressional Quarterly Almanac.
In a 2018 interview with American historian Timothy Naftali, Clinton said Doar invited her over the phone to work on the impeachment inquiry staff, and she accepted.
An impeachment inquiry staff list compiled by Washington Post journalist Glenn Kessler shows Clinton listed as counsel under Doar while Zeifman was listed as general counsel under committee staff, which indicates Doar was Clinton's supervisor.
Judiciary Committee pay records indicate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was not fired from her role in the Watergate inquiry.www.usatoday.com
Even your source, CATO, says it isn't true...
Was Hillary Clinton Fired from the Nixon Impeachment Inquiry?By David Boaz
Washington Post fact checker Glenn Kessler gives a maximum Four Pinocchios to the claim that Hillary Clinton was fired during the Watergate inquiry, which has gotten a lot of circulation on social media. He makes a detailed case that there is no evidence for such a firing. However, along the way he does note some unflattering aspects of her tenure there:
So it’s pretty clear that Jerry Zeifman, chief counsel of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate inquiry, had a low opinion of the young Yale Law graduate Hillary Rodham. But because she reported to the chief counsel of the impeachment inquiry, who was hired separately by the committee and did not report to Zeifman, Zeifman had no authority over her. He simply didn’t hire her for the permanent committee staff after the impeachment inquiry ended.
Kessler also notes that Clinton failed the D.C. bar exam in that period. She never retook the exam (passing the Arkansas exam instead) and concealed her failure even from her closest friends until her autobiography in 2003.
And then there’s this:
That brief may get some attention during the next few years, should any members of the Clinton administration become the subject of an impeachment inquiry. Also in Sunday’s Post, George Will cites James Madison’s view that the power to impeach is “indispensable” to control of executive abuse of power.
Now, I have great disdain for her also, but she has more than enough baggage to weigh her down without additional fallacies...
damn - look at the condition of that autoDamn...he made a nice sandwich, RIP.
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State Police have identified the man killed in a fluke accident on the Palisades Interstate Parkway in Stony Point on Sunday as a Chester resident, Anthony Apostolico, 48.midhudsonnews.com
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roccus GOOD,, them birds eat all the small fish ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,><)))):>Well this doesn't bode well...
Hundreds of birds wash up on Martha’s Vineyard, and officials fear bird flupressherald.com/2022/06/21/hundreds-of-birds-wash-up-on-marthas-vineyard-and-officials-fear-bird-flu/
Associated PressJune 21, 2022
BOSTON — Hundreds of dead birds have washed up on Martha’s Vineyard and animal control officials there think a highly contagious strain of avian flu may be responsible.
The Tisbury Animal Control posted an “avian influenza warning” on social media Monday, telling residents that hundreds of dead cormorants have washed up all over the island and it’s “extremely dangerous” for a small island.
Animal control officers collected the birds and sent many to the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife for testing.
The animal control office said the new strain could become a major issue that may take years to recover from.
The office warned residents not to touch the birds. It asked them to keep their dogs on leashes on beaches, be careful going into the water since many are floating in seaweed, and notify animal control if they find any dead birds.
This type of avian flu is considered a low risk to people, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.