Janet Napolitano, the former Homeland Security Secretary made infamous for announcing the “see something, say something” campaign that would now be utterly despised by the Left, was nearly killed by an overdose of cancer medications, reports Radar Online.
Described as a “terrifying event,” Radar Online reports that “Napolitano was unconscious for hours before a staffer discovered her body — and that an accidental overdose of her cancer medications was the culprit.”
Napolitano was apparently discovered in an unconscious state by a friend who called paramedics. “The doctors were worried about brain damage,” insiders told Radar Online, which also reports, “the sherriff’s office attorney for Oakland, California, told Radar that it was cancer drugs and NOT Napolitano’s illness itself that led to her hospitalization.”
Cancer “treatments” kill more people than cancer itself
– Caught on Hot Mic – Janet Napolitano Says “We Don’t Have to Listen to This Crap” Referring to Student Protest (Liberty Blitzkrieg, March 19, 2015):
Before I get to the meat of this post, let me provide a little background. Late last year, I covered how the former head of the Department of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, was pushing through a 28% tuition hike within the University of California system so that administrators can get huge pay raises. Naturally, students weren’t all that pleased and decided to get creative with their protesting. Big Sis didn’t like this one bit.
What’s amusing is that in a prepared statement she noted:
“They want to be sure that their voices are being heard and I want to commit to them that their voices are being heard.”
Sounds reasonable; however, she quickly lost her patience and was heard on a hot mic saying:
“Let’s just break. Let’s go, let’s go. We don’t have to listen to this crap.”
Let’s just say this isn’t going to help improve her relationship with the student body. CBS reports:
– Obama nominates drone program proponent to lead DHS (RT, Oct 18, 2013):
President Barack Obama has chosen a former Pentagon attorney who defended the extrajudicial killing of American citizens to man the helm of the United States Department of Homeland Security and replace outgoing Secretary Janet Napolitano.
Jeh Johnson, a general counsel for the Pentagon during the president’s first term in office, was named by Mr. Obama as his choice for new DHS secretary during a Friday afternoon press conference.
– Apologist for Assassination of Americans to Be Named as New Homeland Security Chief (Washington’s Blog, Oct 17, 2013):
Key Architect of Counter-Terrorism Policies to Become Homeland Chief
USA Today reports:
President Obama plans to nominate former Pentagon attorney Jeh Johnson as the next secretary of homeland security, officials said Thursday.
Johnson is a supporter of assassinations … even against American citizens.
AP noted in 2011:
U.S. citizens are legitimate military targets when they take up arms with al-Qaida, top national security lawyers in the Obama administration said Thursday.
The government lawyers, CIA counsel Stephen Preston and Pentagon counsel Jeh Johnson … said U.S. citizens do not have immunity when they are at war with the United States.
Johnson said only the executive branch, not the courts, is equipped to make military battlefield targeting decisions about who qualifies as an enemy.
The New York Times noted:
There’s not much left to kill anyway:
No surprise here …
– Janet Napolitano’s Homeland Security Replacement is a Constitution Killer (Activist Post, Oct 17, 2013):
The entire Homeland Security apparatus is designed as much for suppression of the American people as it is for any perceived protection. Janet Napolitano’s reign included ushering in the notorious “See Something, Say Something” program which encouraged citizen spies and a system of Big Brother telescreens to tell us what to fear and when to fear it, as well as operating her personal domain like a tyrant for more than four years.
When Napolitano exited in July to become the President of The University of California, she made a couple of curious statements. The first was to warn of a major cyber attack:
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What are FEMA planning? An upcoming “natural” disaster… and a massive cyber attack on the USA. The rise of evil is successful when good men do nothing. In a world where evil is becoming good, and good is seen as “evil”, and in a world where TYRANNY is becoming law, REBELLION BECOMES DUTY.
The big “Project Gunrunner” scandal. For an update see www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-05-21/fast-and-furious-scandal-returns-to-haunt-obama
– Big Sis Says Cyber Attack WILL Bring Down Power Grid: ‘When Not If’ (Activist Post, Aug 30, 2013)
Lawrence Lessig, a respected Law Professor from Stanford University told an audience at this years Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference in Half Moon Bay, California, that “There’s going to be an i-9/11 event” which will act as a catalyst for a radical reworking of the law pertaining to the internet.
– Janet Napolitano Quits: Will Be Next University Of California President (ZeroHedge, July 12, 2013):
While everyone is focused on whether Mr. Burns, aka Larry Summers will take over for Ben Bernanke (he won’t), lots of peripheral resignations are flying around. the most recent one: that of the U.S. secretary of the $60-billion budget and 240,000 employees Department of Homeland Security – Janet Napolitano, who will be named the next president of the University of California system. As the LA Times reports, “nothing was pushing her out of Washington now, although the Senate’s recently approved compromise plan on immigration faces an uncertain fate in the Republican-controlled House.” The good news: we await for UCLA to be promptly upgraded to AAA and issue bonds inside of the US.
Janet Napolitano, the U.S. secretary of Homeland Security and former governor of Arizona, is being named as the next president of the University of California system, in an unusual choice that brings a national-level politician to a position usually held by an academic. Her appointment also means the 10-campus system will be headed by a woman for the first time in its 145-year history.
In other news:
– Janet Napolitano Dazed And Confused About What Sequester Really Means (ZeroHedge, March 5, 2013):
In the face of Janet Napolitano’s terrifying claims that major airports were already seeing lines “150 to 200 percent as long as we would normally expect” as a result of the budget-crushing sequestration cuts that went into force on Friday, The Telegraph reports that, in fact, LAX “haven’t had any slowdowns.” But how can that be? The government said it would all be horrible – and to think of the children… it appears Ms. Napolitano was speaking that dialect of English we call ‘politician’ as airports have ‘received no reports of unusual security delays.’ Unpossible. The DHS would not return calls questioning her exclamations that she “did not mean to scare, just inform,” about LAX, O’Hare, and Atlanta’s Hartfield-Jackson. This scare-mongery follows Maxine Waters’ 170 million unemployed claim and Arne Duncan’s teachers already being laid off claims. Trust, indeed.
– $253.5B—Obama Borrowed Nearly 6x as Much in February as Sequester Cuts All Year (CNS News, March 4, 2013):
During the month of February–as President Barack Obama was warning Americans they would see dramatic effects in their lives if “sequestration” of some planned federal spending kicked in–the federal government’s debt climbed by $253.5 billion.That one-month increase in the debt was nearly six times as much as the $44 billion in spending cuts the Congressional Budget Office estimates will take place in all of fiscal 2013 as a result of sequestration.
At the close of business on Jan. 31, 2013, the federal debt was $16,433,791,850,294.04, according to the U.S. Treasury. At the close of business on Feb. 28, 2013, the federal debt was $16,687,289,180,215.37. Thus, the federal debt increased $253,497,329,921.33 during the month.
In its Budget and Economic Outlook for Fiscal Years 2013-2023, published in February, the CBO explained that only $44 billion in planned federal spending will be cut during this fiscal year as a result of sequestration.
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