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Hillary Clinton

"Exposing Clinton's deep connection with the Gulf s..."

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Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton was the 67th United States Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013, serving under President Barack Obama. She was previously a U.S. Senator from New York (2001 to 2009). Before that, as the wife of President Bill Clinton, she was First Lady of the United States from 1993 to 2001. In the 2008 election, Clinton was a leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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This film documents Clinton's rise to power and Clinton Foundation's revolving door with Gulf state monarchies. It shows the Clintons are no better than the Bushs.

on April 24, 2016

Ng Man The YouTube is not playable

Jesse "Burgerm'n" Radin @Ng Man Yeah video is private.

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The fact that so many are willing to vote for Hillary Clinton, despite evidence of her criminal deeds, says a lot about the effectiveness of having friends in the mainstream media versus the effectiveness of social media, for although the entire r/politics subreddit is anti-Hillary, she still emerges victorious in the myriad of polls over Trump who's merely being loudmouth and sometimes stupid.

Americans should start valuing actions/merits more than words. In fact, the whole western world need to realize that the person who's the best speaker does not a good leader make. Sadly, most voters don't have the information or intellect to tell who the better leader is. It's absurd that the signficantly more popular candidate Bernie Sanders is out only because the DNC does not want him, and there is no mass protest or anything over this fact, for the people still believe in a system crooked and rigged to appear democratic that is actually anything but.

on August 16, 2016

Ng Man She failed.

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White evangelicals make up about one-quarter of the electorate, a huge group to ignore in an election that turned out to be won by very narrow margins in a handful of key states. In the end, according to exit polls, only 16 percent of that cohort voted for Clinton, compared with Obama’s 26 percent in 2008 and 20 percent in 2012. Trump’s share of the white evangelical vote, 81 percent, exceeded that of Mitt Romney in 2012 (78 percent), John McCain in 2008 (74 percent), and George W. Bush in 2004 (78 percent). “Not to have anyone reaching out to a quarter of the electorate is political malpractice,” the Obama campaign’s 2012 faith outreach director, Michael Wear, told me.

on December 18, 2016
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Stop blaming WikiLeaks.

Stop blaming Russia.

Stop citing a secret CIA report, especially since The New York Times published an article on October 31, 2016 titled Investigating Donald Trump, F.B.I. Sees No Clear Link to Russia:

Law enforcement officials say that none of the investigations so far have found any conclusive or direct link between Mr. Trump and the Russian government. And even the hacking into Democratic emails, F.B.I. and intelligence officials now believe, was aimed at disrupting the presidential election rather than electing Mr. Trump.
Therefore, the FBI has already contradicted the CIA on its Russian conspiracy theories.

Was this New York Times article an example of “fake” news?

As for Russian interference through WikiLeaks, NSA Chief Mike Rogers is quoted on November 21, 2016 in The Hill stating DNC emails had little impact on the election:

National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers said Sunday that he does not believe the publication of stolen Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails affected the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
“I don’t think in the end it had the effect that [the hackers] had hoped it might,” Rogers said during a panel at the Halifax International Security Forum.
Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain (R-Az.) expressed a similar sentiment on Saturday, stating that, “I do not think that the outcome of the election was impacted by Russian hacking.”
The FBI and NSA have already contradicted The Washington Post and CIA. Even Sen. John McCain stated that he didn’t think “the outcome of the election was impacted by Russian hacking.”

Did the NSA’s Mike Rogers engage in a “fake” news conspiracy?

Democrats need to accept that Hillary Clinton lost to Trump, without blaming everything under the sun for her catastrophic defeat. I’ve been warning Democrats since October 21, 2015 that Clinton would lose to Trump, and only Bernie Sanders could win the election for Democrats. I also explained on October 26, 2015 that Clinton was unelectable since swing states didn’t trust the former Secretary of State.

But she won the popular vote!

Yes, but Clinton raised $1.4 billion and outspent Trump by a margin of 2:1. Also, California is the primary reason Clinton won the popular vote. As stated by Heavy.com, “Without California in the popular vote totals, Trump leads the rest of the states combined by more than 1.87 million popular votes.”

The hundreds of millions raised by Clinton were wasted on a campaign riddled with controversy, FBI probes, and allegations of election fraud.

It’s not the fault of Russia, WikiLeaks or Trump that Clinton wasted $1.4 billion. White nationalists didn’t cheat Bernie Sanders and sexism isn’t the reason Jill Stein voters shunned Clinton. At the end of the day, Hillary Clinton was such a polarizing figure that both left and right found reasons to either stay home or vote Republican.

Clinton lost Wisconsin.

The last time Wisconsin voted Republican in a presidential election was 1984; the state voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012. White nationalism had nothing to do with Clinton losing Wisconsin, nor did Russia, “fake” news, or WikiLeaks.

Clinton lost Michigan and Pennsylvania. Michigan and Pennsylvania haven’t voted for a Republican nominee since 1988. Both states chose Obama over Romney and McCain.

White nationalism had nothing to do with Clinton losing Wisconsin, nor did Russia, “fake” news, or WikiLeaks.

Democrats knew they had to win the Electoral College, so any emphasis on the popular vote ignores why Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin voted for Obama, but chose Trump over Clinton.

on December 16, 2016
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From the day Clinton released her launch video, the campaign knew she’d struggle with enthusiasm. Yet they didn’t do many of the things voters are used to seeing to give a sense of momentum, insisting that votes didn’t come from campaign literature, door knocking, commitment to vote cards or the standard program of sending absentee ballot applications to likely voters rather than just appealing to the people once they’d already ordered the ballots.

“It was very surgical and corporate. They had their model, this is how they’re going to do it. Their thing was, ‘We don’t have to leave [literature] at the doors, everyone knows who Hillary Clinton is,’” said one person involved in the Michigan campaign. “But in terms of activists, it seems different, it’s maybe they don’t care about us.”

Michigan operatives relay stories like one about an older woman in Flint who showed up at a Clinton campaign office, asking for a lawn sign and offering to canvass, being told these were not “scientifically” significant ways of increasing the vote, and leaving, never to return. A crew of building trade workers showed up at another office looking to canvass, but, confused after being told there was no literature to hand out like in most campaigns, also left and never looked back.

“There’s this illusion that the Clinton campaign had a ground game. The deal is that the Clinton campaign could have had a ground game,” said a former Obama operative in Michigan. “They had people in the states who were willing to do stuff. But they didn’t provide people anything to do until GOTV.”

The only metric that people involved in the operations say they ever heard headquarters interested in was how many volunteer shifts had been signed up — though the volunteers were never given the now-standard handheld devices to input the responses they got in the field, and Brooklyn mandated that they not worry about data entry. Operatives watched packets of real-time voter information piled up in bins at the coordinated campaign headquarters. The sheets were updated only when they got ripped, or soaked with coffee. Existing packets with notes from the volunteers, including highlighting how much Trump inclination there was among some of the white male union members the Clinton campaign was sure would be with her, were tossed in the garbage.

The Brooklyn command believed that television and limited direct mail and digital efforts were the only way to win over voters, people familiar with the thinking at headquarters said. Guided by polls that showed the Midwestern states safer, the campaign spent, according to one internal estimate, about 3 percent as much in Michigan and Wisconsin as it spent in Florida, Ohio and North Carolina. Most voters in Michigan didn’t see a television ad until the final week.

on December 16, 2016
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My advice for all those grieving, then, is simple: find a new religion, preferably one that doesn’t involve widespread Ponzi schemes or indiscriminate drone bombing. Government makes for a horrible religion and the more faith you have in it, the more you’re going to be heartbroken. As my friend Travis Rinn wrote, “If you think we’re just one presidential election away from all hell breaking loose, then maybe the problem isn’t a particular president, the electorate, or the electoral process. Maybe it’s the power that has been granted to the office itself.” The presidency simply wasn’t designed to be the fulfillment of millions of people’s personal identity. I mean can you imagine a nation full of twenty-somethings weeping uncontrollably at the thought of Millard Fillmore losing to Franklin Pierce in 1852? I can’t. Government wasn’t a religion back then.

on December 13, 2016
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This is stupid. We live in a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy. We vote for people to represent us. Also, the Founding Fathers (Framers) created this system, so their wasn't a majority rule. People need to take a civics class

on December 12, 2016
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It was the brainchild of the new Democrat Party to eschew the white working working class and “uneducated” voter. In Ronald Reagan’s autobiography, he explains that when he was a Democrat in times past, it was they who were the party of free trade and the Republicans the Party of protectionism.

He questioned whether the switch was because the Democrats voting base of white working class voters and unions that undergirded the support of the Democrat Party, wanted to protect their jobs and profits in industries they were working in.

Well, it looks like we’re seeing another switch in platforms now that he Democrats “explicitly” abandoned the white working class shortly before the 2012 election.

Their strategy was instead to win educated white elites and poor minority voters. Thomas Edsall, a long time political reporter, explains that they wanted to create “a coalition of of voters who have gotten ahead on the basis of educational attainment — professors, artists, designers, editors, human resources managers, lawyers, librarians, social workers, teachers and therapists — and a second, substantial constituency of lower-income voters who are disproportionately African-American and Hispanic.”

In an interview in 2015, President Obama explicitly states that racism is “part of our DNA.” More prominently than ever before, intellectual elites controlled the messaging, in stark contrast to the prevailing wisdom on main street.

These are the “elites” that there has been such a backlash against during the campaign season culminating in the election of Donald Trump.

The Democrats pitted their prior white working class voters against poor minority voters by blaming economic disparities between whites and minorities as “inherent” racism on the behalf of whites (according to Hillary Clinton herself).

Ruy Teixeira, co-author of The Path to 270: Demographics versus Economics in the 2012 Presidential Election, said in an interview in 2011:

“It’s certainly true that if you compare how things were in the early ’90s to the way they are now, there has been a significant shift in the role of the working class. You see it across all advanced industrial countries,” Teixeira, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, said in an interview.”

In the United States, Teixeira noted, “the Republican Party has become the party of the white working class,” while in Europe, many working-class voters who had been the core of Social Democratic parties have moved over to far right parties, especially those with anti-immigration platforms.”

Bill Clinton, during Hillary’s campaign, was the lone voice appealing to white working class voters that have come under attack from the elites within the Party as being racist, greedy and portrayed as “stupid” for supporting Republican candidates in the past few election cycles.
It has been reported that Bill Clinton’s suggestions to appeal to the white working class voters was often “dismissed with a hand wave,” and thought to be a “personal vendetta as an attempt to win back the voters that election him” by senior campaign officials.

Because god forbid you disagree with an elitist leftist liberal. The irony is that this is the primary reason the Democrats continue to get destroyed at every level with each election cycle.

on December 11, 2016
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A North Carolina man who allegedly opened fire on a Washington, D.C., pizzeria on Sunday told police he took to the restaurant with an assault rifle to “self-investigate” Pizzagate — a fake news story about Hillary Clinton that has made its rounds on the Internet in recent months — authorities say.

Edgar Maddison Welch, 28, of Salisbury, North Carolina, was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon after allegedly opening fire on Comet Ping Pong — the northwest Washington pizza shop at the center of a baseless online conspiracy theory involving Clinton and owner James Alefantis, according to D.C. Metro Police.

“What happened today demonstrates that promoting false and reckless conspiracy theories comes with consequences,” Alefantis wrote in a statement after the shooting.

“I hope that those involved in fanning these flames will take a moment to contemplate what happened here today, and stop promoting these falsehoods right away.”

Police responded to a report of a man with a gun just before 3 p.m., authorities said in a statement. Welch allegedly entered the pizza shop and pointed an assault rifle at an employee. The victim was able to get away unharmed and contacted police.

“The suspect proceeded to discharge the rifle inside of the establishment,” police continued, noting that Welch was arrested without incident. Officials added that two firearms were found in the restaurant and a third was allegedly found in Welch’s vehicle.

on December 7, 2016
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A preacher was caught on video apparently speaking in tongues to celebrate Donald Trump’s election victory.

Pastor John Kilpatrick never mentions Trump’s name in the clip posted online by Raw Story, which shows him speaking at the Evangel Temple in Meridian, Mississippi, earlier this month. 

However, he declares that “God’s spirit is going to begin to move again in America” because of the election results.  

on November 29, 2016
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