The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for May 10th, 2017…

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  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 7:20 AM – Liberal Activist Clete Wetli
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – Candidate for Governor David Carrington
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:20 AM – AL.com’s Cameron Smith
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood


Comey is gone…

 

Why?

As Spicer tells it, Rosenstein was confirmed about two weeks ago and independently took on this issue so the president was not aware of the probe until he received a memo from Rosenstein on Tuesday, along with a letter from Attorney General Jeff Sessions recommending that Comey be fired. The president then swiftly decided to follow the recommendation, notifying the FBI via e-mail around 5 p.m. and in a letter delivered to the FBI by the president’s longtime bodyguard. At the same time, the president personally called congressional leaders to let them know his decision. Comey learned the news from media reports.

“It was all him,” Spicer said of Rosenstein, as a reporter repeated his answer back to him. “That’s correct — I mean, I can’t, I guess I shouldn’t say that, thank you for the help on that one. No one from the White House. That was a DOJ decision.”

The news Tuesday was surprising for a number of reasons, especially since the president once delighted in Comey’s investigation of Democrat Hillary Clinton’s use of  a private email server — an investigation that is now at the heart of Trump’s explanation for firing Comey. Some have then wondered aloud if the president is instead trying to punish Comey for investigating ties between his campaign and Russia.

Even the reporting implies there is lying with no evidence…


Remember, ObamaCare is a disaster…


Watch out for Texas…


 


 

Decatur shooting was self-defense

A customer who was shot dead Tuesday by an employee of Eagle 1 Metal Roofing Supply on U.S. 31 South was threatening employees with a firearm before he was shot, according to Decatur police.

The victim, Nicholas Elliott Cazier, had purchased some products from Eagle 1, and was at the loading docks behind the business when an altercation began, said police spokesman Lt. Proncey Robertson.

“At some point during the argument, Cazier produced a handgun and began threatening an employee,” Robertson said. “A second employee, fearing for his co-worker’s life, produced his own handgun and fired several shots, striking Cazier twice.”

Cazier was found dead on the loading dock behind the business when police arrived, he said.
Multiple weapons were recovered from the scene, Decatur Police Chief Nate Allen said. No one has been charged in the shooting.
Cazier was owner of two Decatur businesses, Nick’s Construction and Remodeling LLC and Nick’s Fence & Deck LLC. He lived with his family in Southeast Decatur.

Why was he fired…

Either Trump is getting impeached or he is 100% right?

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