KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A white supremacist who killed three people at Jewish sites in Overland Park, Kansas, in 2014 has died in prison, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections. F. Glenn Miller Jr., convicted of capital murder in 2015, died Monday at the El Dorado Correctional Facility. Miller’s cause of death is pending an autopsy, but a preliminary assessment indicates he died of natural causes, prison officials said. He was 80. Miller’s April 13, 2014, rampage outside the Jewish Community Center and the Village Shalom care center took the lives of Reat Underwood, 14; his grandfather W...
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Trump-loving Arizona secretary of state candidate posted about stockpiling ammo while keeping a 'treason watch list'
CNN reports that Finchem's account on Pinterest featured a "'Treason Watch List,' and pins of photos of Barack Obama alongside imagery of a man clad in Nazi attire making a Nazi salute."
Other of Finchem's Pinterest posts compared "Democrats to Nazis" while "invoking the Holocaust to argue against gun control, along with posts calling for stockpiling ammunition."
Another Finchem post warned followers that any "war in America" would have "no rules of engagement."
Finchem also posted material claiming that the Mexican army would soon be invading the United States and that Islamic Sharia law would soon overtake the United States.
And if Finchem's Pinterest posts weren't inflammatory enough, CNN also uncovered a series of posts from a since-deleted Twitter account.
"On Twitter, he shared conspiracies that multiple ships docked at a Virginia naval station might be a target for a second Pearl Harbor-type attack," CNN reports. "He said Satan ruled the United States and said gun ownership should be mandatory. In one post, he called for the impeachment of Obama, who was then President, for letting his daughter go on vacation in Mexico."
The attorney, whose wife Kellyanne Conway served four years in the Trump White House, wrote a satirical column for the Washington Post using some of the former president's signature misspellings and syntax to poke holes in the flimsy justifications for the 11 sets of classified documents taken by investigators executing a search warrant.
"You’re looking for cookies? There are no cookies here," Conway wrote. "I don’t have any cookies. I don’t even like cookies. Won’t eat them. Never had one in my life. Never even seen one. Not once. Ever."
"I like steak and hamberders — I mean, hamburgers," he added. "For dessert, I have ice cream. Vanilla. Two scoops. Sometimes on pie. Definitely NOT cookies."
Trump has claimed the Department of Justice investigation of possible violations of the Espionage Act was a "hoax," just like he said about the Russia probe and the Ukraine impeachment saga, and Conway ridiculed those excuses
"What? You’re saying you have photos of me with cookies? That’s a Complete Lie," Conway wrote. "Your pictures are FAKE — just like you are. This is a Another Complete and Total Hoax."
"ALL FAKE NEWS," Conway added. "I am NOT Cookie Monster! YOU are Cookie Monster!!"
Conway also took on Trump's claims that he has the power to verbally declassify vast troves of top secret information without filing a single piece of paper work.
"It’s my cookie jar, so any cookies in the jar are mine. In fact, I had a Standing Order that any cookies in the jar automatically became mine when they went into the jar," he wrote. "The jar, and the cookies in them, are PERFECT."
John Bolton tells media to call Trump's bluff and file FOIA requests for all documents he says he declassified
On CNN Tuesday, former national security adviser John Bolton demolished the idea that former President Donald Trump secretly declassified the highly classified documents found at his Mar-a-Lago country club — some of which may be nuclear secrets — and pointed out that if these documents really are declassified, the media should call his bluff and file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to obtain them in unredacted form.
"The president said he had to take classified materials to his residence, and therefore he declassified them by doing that," said Bolton. "Look, nobody's worried about unauthorized people in the residence quarters at the White House. If there are unauthorized people there, we have got a problem a lot more serious than documents being compromised. Moreover, if this existed, there had to be some way to memorialize it. The White House counsel had to write it down. Otherwise, how would people throughout the government know what to declassify? You don't declassify a document just as to Donald Trump. If a document is declassified, it is declassified. And no such recordkeeping system existed. And I think this is just a sign of how worried the president's advisers are about the nature of the problem he's in right now."
"A 'fiction,' you called it," said anchor John Berman.
"Yeah," said Bolton. "If he has declassified hundreds, maybe thousands of documents that he took to the residence because he worked very hard on this at night as we all know, over four years, the media should be filing Freedom of Information Act requests for all documents declassified by Donald Trump pursuant to this standing order. I'd love to see what gets produced."
"And we know from seeing the receipt of items taken from Mar-a-Lago that there was a box labeled as SCI — sensitive compartmented information," continued Berman. "Can you think of any reason a former president would have to have sensitive compartmented information in his residence?"
"No," said Bolton. "Look, in a normal administration a president is quite likely to write memoirs. He'll want and deserves access to highly classified information, arrangements are made for former presidents and indeed for former cabinet officers who leave under happy circumstances, that SCIFs are set up that they can go to and look at this classified information. I don't think there is any explanation that carries any weight whatever, why Trump just didn't follow the normal procedures, except he thought he wasn't subjected to procedures."
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