New Black Panther Chair — Obama’s Bombed ‘Black & Brown People’ But Hasn’t Killed ‘One White Man Yet’

The Chairman of the New Black Panthers, Malik Zulu Shabazz, had some harsh words for President Obama on a radio broadcast Tuesday, explaining that he’s angry with the president for killing “black and brown people” in Africa while not having killed “one white man yet.”

The often controversial group has been very quiet leading up to the elections, but began broadcasting again this week after a four month hiatus.

Chairman Shabazz immediately opened up the radio show by asking for callers’ questions. The first caller asked if he supported Obama in any of the last two elections. Shabazz gave a lengthy answer, saying that before 2008 he had “never voted in any presidential election.” He explained that he does not give “a damn” about the Democratic Party because they have “misused black people.” But 2008 was different for Shabazz. He voted for Obama, and the Panther chairman went into detail about that decision.

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Limbaugh: Will Petraeus drop Benghazi bombshell?

With some speculating that former CIA Director David Petraeus may be under a blackmail threat from the Obama administration, radio giant Rush Limbaugh is not expecting the general to contradict his testimony about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi when he testifies before Congress this week.

Petraeus resigned his position at the CIA three days after Obama was re-elected, citing an extramarital affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell.

“It’s a reasonable thing to think he might have been blackmailed over this,” Limbaugh said Wednesday afternoon. “And it’s reasonable to think he might have wanted to get out from under the blackmail by resigning, and so now everybody’s waiting with baited breath for his testimony.”

On Sept. 13, Petraeus testified to Congress about the 9/11 attack in Benghazi, going along with original claims by President Obama and his aides that the violence erupted in reaction to an anti-Muslim video. The onslaught killed the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans.

Since then, administration officials have said it was a terrorist attack designed specifically for the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on New York and Washington, D.C.

“If Petraeus goes in there and says anything different than what he said on September 13th, do you know the world of hurt that he’s in?” said Limbaugh.

“He’s going to the get the question, ‘Were you lying then or were you lying now?’ … ‘Are we to believe you now, or are we to believe you then?’”

Petraeus is expected to testify behind closed doors for members of Congress, possibly Thursday and/or Friday, but Limbaugh expects nothing new to be said.

He explained: “If you have some hope or prayer that there’s gonna be some huge treasure trove of ‘Gotcha Obama’ from Petraeus’ testimony, it isn’t going to happen. A, he’s not gonna commit perjury, he’s not gonna say something different than he said last time; and B, whatever they’ve got on him, they’ve got on him.

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Obama: “Come After Me”

“As I said before, she made an appearance at the request of the White House in which she gave her best understanding of the intelligence that had been provided to her. If Senator McCain and Senator Graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. And I’m happy to have that discussion with them. But for them to go after the U.N. ambassador who had nothing to do with Benghazi, and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence that she had received, and besmirch her reputation is outrageous,” President Obama said at a press conference on Wednesday.

“When they go after the UN ambassador, apparently because they think she’s an easy target, then they’ve got a problem with me,” Obama later added.

More Layoffs Announced, Including 500 At NBC, Citibank, And One Huge Obama Donor’s Medical Company

TheBlaze is continuing to monitor the ever-growing list of companies that have announced layoffs or closings in the wake of President Obama’s re-election.

Wednesday was another tough day on Wall Street. And the stock market seems to reflect the mood of the country’s business community. Since last Tuesday, we have seen a decline in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 13,244 to the close today of 12,570 — a loss of over 774 points in one week’s time.

In just the first three days of this week, we have seen an alarming rise in announcements from some very large corporations like, NBC, Citibank, Xerox, and most of the Atlantic City Casinos. Also among the latest to announce downsizing, many municipalities are cutting back staff in service areas like hospice care, housing for domestic abuse victims, and even fire departments.

In some cases, the companies have cited the President’s second term and the tax implications from Obamacare as reason for this action, while others have tied their cutbacks to some of the administration’s restrictive regulations. And there are others on the latest list that may have been actions taken due to bad business practices or the companies were “collateral damage” — businesses that were hurt when larger operations in their area cut back or closed.

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Florida Man ‘Very Upset About the Election Results’ Kills Himself, Writes ‘F**k Obama’ on His Will

A Florida tanning salon owner who told his partner “if Barack gets re-elected, I’m not going to be around” was found dead two days after the election with empty prescription bottles nearby and the words “f–k Obama” written on his will, the Key West Citizen reported.

Henry Hamilton, 64, the owner of Tropical Tan in Key West, was “very upset about the election results,” his partner Michael Cossey reportedly told a police officer.

Police reported finding two empty prescription bottles, one to treat anxiety and one to treat schizophrenia.

Key West Police Department spokeswoman Alyson Crean told the Citizen autopsy results were pending but said there was “absolutely no evidence of foul play.”

Cossey told police that Hamilton “has been very stressed about his business,” the newspaper reported, and said the last time they spoke was “when we watched the election results” on Nov. 6 when Obama defeated Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

Fox’s Ralph Peters: “I Don’t Want To Hear ‘John Kerry’s A Combat Veteran’ — So Was Benedict Arnold”

Media Matters has their panties in a wad after FOX News analyst Ralph Peters said this:
“I Don’t Want To Hear ‘John Kerry’s A Combat Veteran’ — So Was Benedict Arnold”

See the video here.

THE BIG LIST of vote fraud reports

Barack Obama says he won the 2012 presidential election, Mitt Romney conceded and the Electoral College electors are scheduled to meet on Dec. 17 to cast the votes that officially will choose a name for the presidency.

But what really happened?

Here is the BIG LIST of reports that document voting irregularities and apparent fraud during the 2012 presidential tabulation:

Chicago elections worker Steve Pickrum told WND as an equipment manager for the elections system, he was called when a voting machine malfunctioned. “On early voting when I did work on the floor when voters needed help using the equipment, I was able to see the preference of the voter, and every time that I saw [a] voter voted for Romney a ‘voter save failure’ message came up on the screen,’” he reported. Then when he went on election day to vote himself, he picked Romney and experienced the same error message. He reported he never experienced the error message when the voter was choosing Barack Obama.

Another poll worker, this one assigned at the University of Michigan, reported to WND a list of irregularities, including that the precinct captain told her at one point, “You go sit down, you are bothering me,” when she was trying to observe the proceedings. “I was only standing there and looking at voter documents,” she told WND. “It was clear that what bothered him was my very presence.” She said a short time later a young man arrived and identified himself as a Democrat poll challenger. “The first time he said anything was to object to my challenge of a voter. He tried to anger the voter by telling her ‘She does not believe you are who you say you are.’ He was trying to create a scene. It then happened again and I told him ‘You are not here to challenge me!’ His reply was a very loud ‘Yes I am! You are a Republican and you are here to prevent people from voting. You are holding up the line and creating obstructions,’” she reported. She told WND in fact no one waited more than about 15 minutes to vote the entire day, and there were no obstructions.

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