Weekly Recap: White House Scandals Quietly Gaining Momentum

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This week has been quite a bit quieter compared to last week when the Benghazi, IRS and AP scandals started to gain some serious traction. While details about the scandal aren’t coming out as fast and furious as they were a week ago, there still have been some substantial developments on the DOJ spying on FOX News reporter James Rosen. Did Attorney General Eric Holder lie under oath about not being involved with okaying his department to warrant a search against the reporter? ABC News sums up the details here.

My posts this week were pretty much all over the place but the one I enjoyed writing most was where I gave my opinion on Senator Ted Cruz stating that he doesn’t ‘trust Republicans’ nor does he trust the Democrats. He is clearly distancing himself from the corrupt establishment in Washington and I love it. Cruz has stated that he will be running for another term in the Senate come 2016, but what about a Presidential run? CNN has details on his possible run here.

Another story that really grabbed my attention has started to break across news outlets lately and it has do to with a strip search that was conducted on a 10th grade class in Canada. Yes, you read that right, a school conducted a strip search on a 10th grade class after a phone went missing.  You can read about that here.

I am really hoping for some bombshell information to come out of the scandals that will put the final nail in the coffin of Obama’s Presidency and hopefully that happens soon, this coming week would be perfect.

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