The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for October 7th, 2016…

  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:30 AM – State Senator Arthur Orr
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:55 AM – What in the World with WAAY 31’s Meredith Wood
  • 10:00 AM – Top Ten Tweets at Ten

Trump’s debate prep goes about as good as you would expect…

Then this…


Shadyness in Clinton’s e-mail investigation?


Bentley/Mason vs. Collier is a scandal where there are no good guys…

There was a document released saying Collier is terrible

A report from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency alleges its former head, Spencer Collier, didn’t follow agency protocol when buying items, including clothing and guns, with state dollars.

The internal report, released by Gov. Robert Bentley’s office, also quotes employees who questioned Collier’s attendance at work, his alleged use of prescription pain medication and hiring decisions.

Collier and his attorney said Monday the ALEA didn’t interview him for the report, and that neither Collier nor his attorney has seen it.

“This is their slimy attempt to discredit me,” Collier said via email.

Two versions of the report, each more than 60 pages, were among the documents Bentley’s office last week gave the House committee investigating the governor’s possible impeachment. A copy of documents was provided this newspaper by Bentley’s office upon request.

Collier is a former law enforcement officer and state representative who Bentley appointed director of the state Homeland Security in 2011 and then ALEA in 2013.

It was Collier’s allegations against the governor that helped start the impeachment inquiry.

Bentley said the reports were included in his submission to the House committee because he’s been asked why Collier was fired.

“I think that document shows that had I not done that, I would have been derelict in my duty,” Bentley said Monday.

“(Collier was fired) because it was a dysfunctional department,” he said. “We are dealing with the highest level of state law enforcement, and when you deal with state law enforcement, it should be an example of how we not only enforce laws but act. It obviously needed some changes, and that has taken place.”

Collier’s attorney, Kenny Mendelsohn, questioned the timing of the release of information and said it was an attempt to discredit Collier.

Bentley’s folks may have planted it

A high-ranking official in the Bentley administration says the Governor recently declared war on the former law enforcement chief, Spencer Collier.

The first salvo came in the form of a fabricated report released by Bentley’s press office to select reporters, meant to tarnish Collier’s reputation. The report compiled by the Integrity Unit of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) lists several allegedly against Collier, which he has denied. Even though reporters were warned that the documents were bogus, the Montgomery Advertiser and Decatur Daily published them anyway.

It is now believed that some of those individuals quoted in the report are cooperating with the Montgomery Special Grand Jury investigating Bentley and his alleged paramour, Rebekah Caldwell Mason.

According to those with direct knowledge of the events surrounding the false claims released by Bentley’s office,  Mason decided what quotes would be used in the report and which reporters she felt would carry water for her without actually vetting the material.

Who is this source? No one cares.


POLLING. BLOOD. BATH. SNAP. SHOT.

Friday, October 7
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 44, Trump 46 Trump +2
Thursday, October 6
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Rasmussen Reports Clinton 41, Trump 43, Johnson 8, Stein 3 Trump +2
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton The Atlantic/PRRI Clinton 47, Trump 41 Clinton +6
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 43, Trump 47 Trump +4
New Hampshire: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Boston Globe/Suffolk Clinton 44, Trump 42, Johnson 5, Stein 1 Clinton +2
Indiana: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson WTHR/Howey Politics Trump 43, Clinton 38, Johnson 11 Trump +5
Michigan: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Detroit Free Press Clinton 43, Trump 32, Johnson 10, Stein 3 Clinton +11
Ohio: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein PPP (D) Trump 43, Clinton 44, Johnson 5, Stein 2 Clinton +1
Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 44, Trump 45, Johnson 4, Stein 3 Trump +1
Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Univ. of North Florida Clinton 41, Trump 38, Johnson 6, Stein 3 Clinton +3
Nevada: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson Emerson* Clinton 43, Trump 43, Johnson 9 Tie
Arizona: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Trump 42, Clinton 44, Johnson 9, Stein 1 Clinton +2
Arizona: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein OH Predictive Insights Trump 42, Clinton 42, Johnson 5, Stein 1 Tie
Tennessee: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Vanderbilt University Trump 44, Clinton 33, Johnson 7, Stein 1 Trump +11
Maryland: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Wash Post/Univ. of Maryland Clinton 63, Trump 27, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Clinton +36
Rhode Island: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 52, Trump 32, Johnson 5, Stein 5 Clinton +20
Massachusetts: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Western NE University Clinton 58, Trump 26, Johnson 7, Stein 4 Clinton +32
New Hampshire Senate – Ayotte vs. Hassan Boston Globe/Suffolk* Ayotte 47, Hassan 41 Ayotte +6
Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Strickland PPP (D) Portman 51, Strickland 36 Portman +15
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Murphy Emerson Rubio 47, Murphy 39 Rubio +8
Nevada Senate – Heck vs. Cortez Masto Emerson Heck 45, Cortez Masto 41 Heck +4
Arizona Senate – McCain vs. Kirkpatrick Emerson McCain 52, Kirkpatrick 36 McCain +16
Maryland Senate – Szeliga vs. Van Hollen Wash Post/Univ. of Maryland* Van Hollen 58, Szeliga 29 Van Hollen +29
New Hampshire Governor – Sununu vs. Van Ostern Boston Globe/Suffolk* Sununu 40, Ostern 36 Sununu +4

Clown Lives Matter


The media is against Clinton….

HAHAHHAHAH… OK.


You either have a border or you don’t…


Hubbard appeals…


Prisons suck…


Americans are surprisingly ignorant of how their government works, or the social issues that the United States faces. It’s not entirely their fault, but should they be forced to vote?

Thirty-five percent of Americans can’t name a single branch of our government, according to a 2014 survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center. And only around a third of Americans can name all three branches.

The ignorance doesn’t end there: 44 percent and 42 percent of respondents in the 2014 survey didn’t know which party controlled the House and Senate respectively—despite the fact that much of the political news in the past two years had been about the Republican House vs. the Democrat Senate.

Do we really want to force uniformed Americans to vote?

No.

God. No.

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