Required Reading – September 11 Afternoon Update

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Hoff: TWITTER SUSPENDS BENGHAZI HERO After Criticism of President Obama!

“Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey told Congress last week his platform aims to shape behavior. Apparently, that means not criticizing former President Obama.”

Read more at The Gateway Pundit.

McCarthy: Mr. Rosenstein, What Is the Crime?

“For precisely what federal crimes is the president of the United States under investigation by a special counsel appointed by the Justice Department? It is intolerable that, after more than two years of digging — the 16-month Mueller probe having been preceded by the blatantly suspect labors of the Obama Justice Department and FBI — we still do not have an answer to that simple question. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein owes us an answer. To my mind, he has owed us an answer from the beginning, meaning when he appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller on May 17, 2017. The regulations under which he made the appointment require (a) a factual basis for believing that a federal crime worthy of investigation or prosecution has been committed; (b) a conflict of interest so significant that the Justice Department is unable to investigate this suspected crime in the normal course; and (c) an articulation of the factual basis for the criminal investigation — i.e., the investigation of specified federal crimes — which shapes the boundaries of the special counsel’s jurisdiction. This last provision is designed to . . .”

Read more at National Review.

David Hogg Makes A Fool Of Himself In Canada, Gets Mic Taken Away

“Appearing on stage with Moore at the Toronto International Film Festival, Hogg spoke to the Canadian crowd about saving America and turning their ‘shame’ into ‘votes.’ […] Hogg continued by suggesting that Canadians can donate money to political campaigns in the United States, which is a felony.”

Read more at Daily Wire.

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