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    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:32 am



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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:41 am

    8 US Generals Stand Together Against Hillary Clinton In One Massive Act Of Defiance
    By now, it should come as no surprise that the liberal and mainstream media try to represent Donald Trump as an inherently evil person and portray Hillary as the prototypical leader. But, a lot of influential figures have recognized Trump’s presidential capacities and are starting to massively support him.

    VIA USA Newsflash

    According to recent reports, 88 retired U.S. Generals and Admirals wrote an open letter, claiming they support Trump and his “commitment to rebuild our military, to secure our borders, to defeat our Islamic supremacist adversaries and restore law and order domestically.”

    “As retired senior leaders of America’s military, we believe that such a change can only be made by someone who has not been deeply involved with, and substantially responsible for, the hollowing out of our military and the burgeoning threats facing our country around the world,” the letter reads.

    “For this reason, we support Donald Trump’s candidacy to be our next Commander-in-Chief.”


    Trump was quick to respond to the glowing endorsement. From the beginning, he has thrown his support behind our men and women in uniform.

    “It is a great honor to have such amazing support from so many distinguished retired military leaders,” Trump commented. “I thank each of them for their service and their confidence in me to serve as commander-in-chief.”

    “We can only Make America Great Again if we ensure our military remains the finest fighting force in the world, and that’s exactly what I will do as president,” Trump concluded.

    The letter was reportedly organized by Major General Sidney Shachnow, the only survivor of the Holocaust that went on to become a U.S. General. He partnered with Rear Admiral Charles Williams, who received the Legion of Merit.

    In his statement, Williams suggested the letter demonstrates that military leaders belive “Donald Trump is more trusted to be commander-in-chief than Hillary Clinton.”

    “Hillary Clinton has made clear she is running as a staunch defender of the status quo when it comes to the issues facing our military, and she has shown through her foreign policy decisions and her mishandling of classified information that she lacks the judgment to do the job,” Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn added in the press release.

    “Mr.Trump’s deep and growing support in the military community and his thoughtful proposals show he’s the right person to lead our men and women in uniform.”

    This sort of endorsement will surely give the Republican candidate a huge boost for the upcoming election and the two remaining debates.

    Be sure to let us know what you think of these generals’ actions in the comment section below. Do you agree with them?

    http://endingthefed.com/88-us-generals-stand-together-against-hillary-clinton-in-one-massive-act-of-defiance.html


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:44 am

    The Most Important WikiLeaks Revelation Isn’t About Hillary Clinton
    What John Podesta’s emails from 2008 reveal about the way power works in the Democratic Party.
    BY DAVID DAYEN
    October 14, 2016

    The most important revelation in the WikiLeaks dump of John Podesta’s emails has nothing to do with Hillary Clinton. The messages go all the way back to 2008, when Podesta served as co-chair of President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team. And a month before the election, the key staffing for that future administration was almost entirely in place, revealing that some of the most crucial decisions an administration can make occur well before a vote has been cast.

    Michael Froman, who is now U.S. trade representative but at the time was an executive at Citigroup, wrote an email to Podesta on October 6, 2008, with the subject “Lists.” Froman used a Citigroup email address. He attached three documents: a list of women for top administration jobs, a list of non-white candidates, and a sample outline of 31 cabinet-level positions and who would fill them. “The lists will continue to grow,” Froman wrote to Podesta, “but these are the names to date that seem to be coming up as recommended by various sources for senior level jobs.”

    The cabinet list ended up being almost entirely on the money. It correctly identified Eric Holder for the Justice Department, Janet Napolitano for Homeland Security, Robert Gates for Defense, Rahm Emanuel for chief of staff, Peter Orszag for the Office of Management and Budget, Arne Duncan for Education, Eric Shinseki for Veterans Affairs, Kathleen Sebelius for Health and Human Services, Melody Barnes for the Domestic Policy Council, and more. For the Treasury, three possibilities were on the list: Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, and Timothy Geithner.

    This was October 6. The election was November 4. And yet Froman, an executive at Citigroup, which would ultimately become the recipient of the largest bailout from the federal government during the financial crisis, had mapped out virtually the entire Obama cabinet, a month before votes were counted. And according to the Froman/Podesta emails, lists were floating around even before that.

    Many already suspected that Froman, a longtime Obama consigliere, did the key economic policy hiring while part of the transition team. We didn’t know he had so much influence that he could lock in key staff that early, without fanfare, while everyone was busy trying to get Obama elected. The WikiLeaks emails show even earlier planning; by September the transition was getting pre-clearance to assist nominees with financial disclosure forms.

    We certainly want an incoming administration to be well-prepared and ready to go when power is transferred. For Obama, coming into office while the economy was melting down, this was particularly true. But the revelations also reinforce the need for critical scrutiny of Hillary Clinton, and for advocacy to ensure the next transition doesn’t go like the last, at least with respect to the same old Democrats scooping up all the positions of power well in advance.

    Many liberal pundits have talked about the need to focus exclusively on Donald Trump, and the existential threat he presents, in the critical period before Election Day. And there is a logic to that idea: Trump would legitimately be a terrifying leader of the free world. But there are consequences to the kind of home-team political atmosphere that rejects any critical thought about your own side. If the 2008 Podesta emails are any indication, the next four years of public policy are being hashed out right now, behind closed doors. And if liberals want to have an impact on that process, waiting until after the election will be too late.

    Who gets these cabinet-level and West Wing advisory jobs matters as much as policy papers or legislative initiatives. It will inform executive branch priorities and responses to crises. It will dictate the level of enforcement of existing laws. It will establish the point of view of an administration and the advice Hillary Clinton will receive. Its importance cannot be stressed enough, and the process has already begun.

    The wing of the Democratic Party concerned about personnel decisions made its opinion known almost two years ago. Dan Geldon, now chief of staff to Senator Elizabeth Warren, met with Dan Schwerin, a top adviser to Clinton’s campaign, in January 2015. According to an email follow-up with Podesta and others, Geldon “was intently focused on personnel issues, laid out a detailed case against the Bob Rubin school of Democratic policy makers.” He was also “very critical of the Obama administration’s choices.”

    The “Bob Rubin school” is named for the former top executive at Goldman Sachs and Citigroup and first Clinton administration Treasury secretary. It is composed precisely of the kinds of Democrats that the Warren wing opposes on domestic policy, particularly on financial matters. In the Obama administration, that school won out. Froman, chief of staff to Rubin at Treasury, gave options for Treasury secretary that ranged from Rubin himself to Summers and Geithner, two of his key protégés. In another 2008 email Rubin imagined for himself a “Harry Hopkins” position in the Obama administration, referring to Franklin Roosevelt’s top adviser.

    The Rubin school dictated the Obama administration’s light-touch policy on bank misconduct (which resulted in no serious legal or fiduciary consequences for the major players) and its first-term approach to the financial crisis (which was defined by a stimulus package that even at the time was criticized for being woefully inadequate, as well as a premature turn to budget-cutting). These are exactly the flaws that Geldon, Warren’s emissary, stressed. According to Schwerin, he “spoke repeatedly about the need to have in place people with ambition and urgency who recognize how much the middle class is hurting and are willing to challenge the financial industry.”


    Around the same time as that meeting with Geldon, the Clinton campaign was setting up a dinner meeting with its economic policy team, Geithner, Summers, and members of the investment firm Blackstone (along with Teresa Ghilarducci, a retirement security researcher).

    This is a fight over who dominates the Democratic Party’s policy thinking in the short and long term. In 2008 the fight was invisible and one-sided, and the fix was in. In 2016 both sides are angling to get Clinton to adopt their framework. Those predisposed to consider Clinton some neoliberal sap might not agree, but this is actually a live ball. Presidents lead coalitions, and they have to understand where their coalition is and how things change over time. Peter Orszag this week suggested a trade-off: Give the Warren wing its choices on personnel, in exchange for more leeway to negotiate an infrastructure package with Republicans that gives big tax breaks to corporations with money stashed overseas. While that deal needs more detail, it reveals the power the Warren wing has, relative to the Obama era, to make significant strides on appointments.

    Which side will win? The rank and file can actually have a voice in this, to make it known what personnel decisions would be acceptable or unacceptable. They can’t do it by ignoring evidence or sitting on their hands. The demand to only hold one thing in your head at a time—that Trump must be stopped—would squander this opportunity.

    https://newrepublic.com/article/137798/important-wikileaks-revelation-isnt-hillary-clinton


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:56 am


    Hacked emails raise possibility of Clinton Foundation ethics breach
    after it accepted $1million donation from Qatar for Bill's birthday

    -Hacked emails raise possibility of Clinton Foundation ethics breach after it accepted $1million donation from Qatar for Bill's birthday
    -Qatar government of Qatar offered to donate one million dollars to Bill Clinton's charitable foundation as part of a birthday celebration
    -Officials from the small Persian Gulf nation requested to meet Mr Clinton in order to present him with the cheque
    -Information comes from Wikileaks that has released a second batch of 'Podesta' emails
    -John Podesta is the chairmen of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign
    -The emails are being cited as evidence of hypocrisy on the part of the Democratic nominee
    -The are doubts over whether Mrs Clinton stayed true to her pledge to keep the Foundation separate from her work as secretary of state between 2009 and 2013

    Hacked emails published by Wikileaks this week that appear to show Qatar pledging to donate $1 million may have breached ethics guidelines set by the Clinton foundation.

    The guidelines were designed to curb foreign governments from influencing American foreign policy by making large donations.
    Hillary Clinton had specifically promised to curb new donations by foreign governments while she was U.S. secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.

    In an email from 2012, a senior official from the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation informed colleagues that a planned donation by Qatar's government to mark Bill Clinton's birthday came up in a meeting he had with the Gulf state's ambassador in Washington.

    The ambassador said that he asked 'to see WJC 'for five minutes' in NYC, to present $1 million check that Qatar promised for WJC's birthday in 2011,' Amitabh Desai, the foundation official, writes in his email, using the former U.S. president's initials.

    Hillary Clinton, who is the Democratic nominee for the November 8 presidential election, served as secretary of state from 2009 until 2013.
    The hacked email is among thousands published over the last week by the pro-transparency group Wikileaks from the account of John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

    Clinton's campaign has been embarrassed by this and similar recent hacking attacks on other Democratic Party officials, some of which appear to show Clinton and her aides saying things in private that contradict their public positions. Her spokesmen have not disputed the authenticity of the hacked emails.

    The emails released by Wikileaks do not appear to confirm whether Qatar gave the promised $1 million, although the foundation's website lists the State of Qatar as having given at least that amount. There is no date listed for the donation. A spokesman for the foundation declined to confirm the donation.

    The ethics agreement allowed foreign governments that already supported foundation projects to continue while Clinton was at the State Department. However, if one of those governments wanted to 'increase materially its commitment,' then the foundation was required to ask the department first.

    Craig Minassian, a foundation spokesman, declined to confirm if Qatar gave the $1 million described in the 2012 email. Even if it had, he said he questioned whether the money would be considered a 'material increase.' He said Qatar has been donating since 2002, and that some of those donations have been greater than $1 million.

    Qatar's embassy in Washington did not respond to questions. A spokesman for Clinton, who was campaigning in Seattle on Friday, also did not resond to questions.

    Last year, Reuters found that at least seven other foreign governments made new donations to the foundation without the State Department being informed, partly, foundation officials said, because of 'oversights.'


    President Barack Obama is campaigning for Clinton to be elected his successor, and the White House has repeatedly declined to discuss the breaches of the agreement Clinton signed with Obama's administration.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3839147/Hacked-emails-raise-possibility-Clinton-Foundation-ethics-breach.html#ixzz4NAaPxE4Y


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:03 pm

    Rigged Debates: Wikileaks Emails Confirm Media in Clinton’s Pocket
    Clinton's people asked for all sorts of special treatment from the DNC and the press—and they got it


    On October 12, WikiLeaks released part four and five of Clinton campaign Chair John Podesta’s emails, with part six to be released on October 13, and part seven to follow on October 14.

    “As soon as the nomination is wrapped up, I will be your biggest surrogate,” current Interim Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Donna Brazile, wrote to Podesta in a January 2016 email. As a Vice Chair of the DNC, Brazile was bound to neutrality per the charter, but as shown in several emails released so far, that was not the case.

    “I pushed back hard on this, and Axe. So weird to attack the kids the night before the first primary,” Brazile wrote in an email she forwarded to Podesta about what CNN was doing while she served as a CNN contributor.

    On October 10, an email was released that showed Brazile tipping off the Clinton campaign to an outreach campaign being conducted by the Sanders campaign. Brazile defended herself on Twitter claiming she also sent the Sanders campaign “advice,” but did not release or cite any examples.

    On October 11, Mediaite’s Jordan Chariton first reported another email that showed Brazile tipping off the Clinton campaign to a question on the death penalty that would be asked at a CNN Town Hall the next day. Brazile was a CNN contributor at the time, and that wasn’t her only helpful tip. “For the debate team,” she wrote in a March email about the Voting Rights Act, forwarded to Podesta.

    In 2013, during an interview with ABC News, Brazile said, “if Clinton gets in the race, there will be a coronation of her,” foreshadowing that she and the rest of the DNC and Democratic Party would line up behind Hillary Clinton as the nominee before a single person voted in the Democratic primaries.

    In a March 2016 email, Mark Alan Siegel, a former New York State Assemblyman and Democratic official, advised the Clinton campaign staff to offer Bernie Sanders and his supporters a reduction in future super delegates to pacify them. “So if we ‘give’ Bernie this in the Convention’s rules committee, his people will think they’ve ‘won’ something from the Party Establishment,” he wrote. “And it functionally doesn’t make any difference anyway. They win. We don’t lose. Everyone is happy.”

    Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress which publishes Think Progress, wrote in a January 2016 email, “But I should say that I would do whatever Hillary needs always. I owe her a lot. And I’m a loyal soldier.”

    An April 2015 email describes the Clinton campaign and DNC coordinating to rig the debate schedule for Clinton’s benefit. The debate schedule was a commonly cited criticism against then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who resigned after the WikiLeaks release of DNC emails in July showed her overt favoritism for Clinton all through the primaries.

    “Through internal discussions, we concluded that it was in our interest to: 1) limit the number of debates (and the number in each state); 2) start the debates as late as possible; 3) keep debates out of the busy window between February 1 and February 27, 2016 (Iowa to South Carolina)” read the email from Charlie Baker, a senior advisor to the Clinton campaign from the Dewey Square Group. “The other campaigns have advocated (not surprisingly) for more debates and for the schedule to start significantly earlier.”

    An email from November 2014 shows Clinton campaign staff backing a law that would push the Illinois primary from March to April or May, with their reasoning being that the state could potentially serve as a lifeline to moderate Republicans as it did for Mitt Romney in 2012. “The Clintons won’t forget what their friends have done for them. It would be helpful to feel out what path, if any, we have to get them to yes. This will probably take some pushing,” wrote Clinton Campaign Manager Robby Mook to Podesta. The primary wound up not being moved, with Trump winning Illinois, but the push was strategic as Clinton didn’t poll well against moderate Republicans such as Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. John Kasich.

    In damage control over a false statement Clinton made about Nancy Reagan’s role in the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the Clinton campaign noted in an email chain that they would have to coerce Clinton into admitting she was wrong. “Here is a revised draft of a statement. It does include the words ‘I made a mistake’ in the first line. We need a strategy for getting her to approve this.”

    And then there’s the overly docile press, who were so eager to help Clinton get elected. In one email chain discussing the upcoming release of exchanges between Clinton and writer Sidney Blumenthal, insiders noted that the Associated Press appeared to be willing to allow the Clinton campaign to plant favorable stories. “[T]hey are considering placing a story with a friendly at the AP (Matt Lee or Bradley Klapper), that would lay this out before the majority on the committee has a chance to realize what they have and distort it,” wrote Nick Merrill, the Clinton campaign’s traveling press secretary.

    “She is going to read me the story later today off the record to further assure me,” Clinton campaign Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri wrote in an email to Podesta and other staff about New York Times‘ Maggie Haberman coordinating directly with the campaign to provide Clinton with favorable coverage.

    In March 2015, an email from Clinton campaign manager assistant Marissa Astor provides some options for when a story in the AP will be published, with a statement from Clinton and Q&A regarding her private email server, in addition to an option to “pre-negotiate” a TV interview.

    An April 2015 email from Clinton staff issued a press policy that says, “Less than 100 people – NO cell phones, NO press.” According to the email, events with over 100 people, cell phones are allowed, “and ONE print pooler will be escorted in for her remarks only and then escorted out. NO tv cameras. Over 500 people in a public space – YES cell phones, OPEN press (all press access including tv cameras). At fundraisers in private homes NO tv cameras no matter the size. ONE print pooler only.” According to the email, Hillary Clinton approved the policy. “Huma spoke to HRC and she agreed with this plan,” wrote Kristina Schake, the Clinton campaign deputy communications director.

    In a January 2015 email, in response to an inquiry as to whether the Clinton staff have any diversity they can point to, political consultant Jim Margolis jokes, “Robby claims he’s 1/16th Apache, so we should be all set.”

    Part four, five, six, and seven brings the total WikiLeaks release of Podesta emails to around 10,000 out of about 50,000.

    http://observer.com/2016/10/rigged-debates-wikileaks-emails-confirm-media-in-clintons-pocket/


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:06 pm

    Latest Wikileaks Releases Boost Case for DNC Class Action Lawsuit
    Democratic leaders subverted democracy to ensure Clinton was their nominee
    Shortly after the Democratic Primaries, attorneys Jared Beck and Elizabeth Beck, Harvard and Yale Law School graduates, filed a class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and disgraced former DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, for the millions of Bernie Sanders supporters they allegedly suppressed and silenced. The latest Wikileaks releases of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s emails has revealed further evidence that the scales were heavily tipped in favor of Hillary Clinton by both the DNC and the mainstream media.

    “The latest documents provided by Wikileaks confirm and add considerable detail to what prior leaks have disclosed: that the DNC was actively working to undermine Bernie Sanders’ campaign while colluding with the Hillary Clinton campaign behind the scenes,” Jared Beck told the Observer. “This is further evidence in support of our lawsuit, which seeks to hold the DNC and Debbie Wasserman Schultz accountable under the law for their failure to ensure a fair and neutral presidential nominating process.”

    The latest leaks include evidence current DNC interim chair Donna Brazile forwarded the Clinton campaign information about the Sanders campaign while she served as DNC vice chair and was obligated to remain neutral per the DNC Charter. Brazile also tipped off the Clinton campaign to a planned question on the death penalty the day before a Democratic town hall on CNN. “As soon as the nomination is wrapped up, I will be your biggest surrogate,” Brazile wrote to Podesta in a January 2016 email.

    In a March 2015 email, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook expressed frustration that DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz hired a Convention CEO without discussing it first with the Clinton campaign. “I’m distressed that DWS hired a convention CEO without consulting us after Charlie and I both told them repeatedly that we expected to be >consulted—and we were under the impression they would,” wrote Mook. “Madame Secretary, I’m not going to call anyone or say anything until you have your conversation with DWS, but this concerns me a lot. John—you, Charlie and I may need to sit down with Debbie to make clear how we want things to change/improve before we are willing to consider playing ball with them.” The email suggests the Clinton campaign coordinated with the DNC early on, as Mook reacted angrily to the slightest sign of the DNC functioning autonomously.

    While many mainstream media outlets simply refuse to cover the content of the Wikileaks emails, other Clinton-supporting journalists propagate Russian conspiracy theories regarding the revelations. In August, Politico first reported top Democratic leaders planned to claim future Wikileaks releases were doctored by the Russians as a method of damage control. At first, those claims were made and then spread as a means to control the negative publicity rendered by the content of the emails. Despite the authenticity of the emails—confirmed by those implicated in it defending themselves, including Hillary Clinton herself—and many Clinton supporters and their counterparts in the media assert the content of the leaks are false because it fits their narrative that Clinton is infallible.

    “But while Donald Trump’s candidacy poses grave dangers, so does group-think righteousness, particularly when it engulfs those with the greatest influence,” wrote Glenn Greenwald in a recent article for The Intercept. “The problem is that none of this is going to vanish after the election. This election-year machine that has been constructed based on elite unity in support of Clinton—casually dismissing inconvenient facts as fraudulent to make them disappear, branding critics and adversaries as tools or agents of an Enemy Power bent on destroying America—is a powerful one. As is seen here, it is capable of implanting any narrative, no matter how false; demonizing any critic, no matter how baseless; and riling up people to believe they’re under attack.”

    Many of these new revelations that demonstrate the DNC and Clinton campaign worked together against Bernie Sanders are being cited in the class action lawsuit against the DNC, in addition to evidence revealed in earlier Guccifer 2.0 and Wikileaks releases. While Clinton supporters and Democratic leaders continue to downplay, ignore, and claim these revelations are false, the class action lawsuit provides an outlet for Sanders supporters to convey—on record—that the DNC subverted democracy to ensure Hillary Clinton was their presidential nominee.

    http://observer.com/2016/10/latest-wikileaks-releases-boost-case-for-dnc-class-action-lawsuit/


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:15 pm

    Posted on GLP 10/14/16

    Exposed: The Reality of the Democratic Party

    If you ask a Republican, How does someone get ahead in America?

    The response will be something like this: First, it helps you if you have a family that supports you. Then you get an education, then you work hard, you invest your saving. Or, if you have an idea, you can start a business, you can work hard and grow your business, hiring other people along the way.

    If you ask a Democrat, How does someone get ahead in America?

    The answer is: America is a crooked game, where the stupid are taken advantage of by the cunning and slick, and you get ahead by cheating the system.

    And today, we simply see the difference between those two philosophies, as we watch this Presidential race unfold. Donald Trump, a businessman versus a career politician with a 40 year history of taking bribes, lying to the public, enriching herself through those lies, and seeking power.

    Wikileaks has shown us:
    1. To the Clinton camp, the public should be: 'uninformed' an d 'compliant'
    2. Sanders never had a fair chance to earn the nomination, Clinton, Wasserman-Schulz, Brazielle were all in to rig the game for money people.
    3. George Soros and other foreign money people were illegally coordinated with the Clinton/DNC.
    4. Brazielle used her position with CNN To help Clinton cheat at the debates.
    5. Clinton camp produced fake Trump Craigslist Ads hoping to smear Trump as sexist.

    The faked Trump sexual harassment victims has shown us:
    1. Clinton camp is paying women to publicly lie about Trump to deflect from Bill Clinton and Wikileaks scandal.
    2. The media almost across the board has been used to spread the false hood, and coverup Wikileaks and Bill Clinton's victims.

    The Clinton illness scandal has shown us:
    Clinton is lying about her own health at the expense of the nation's well being.

    If the Democrats win, it truly means illegal, immoral, criminal, monopoly based government has defeated Government of the People, by the People, for the People.

    God help us all.

    The Republican Party elite in Washington, view themselves in this light (particularly the Bushs): We are a minority speical interest group that represents Corporate America. The Democrats are the Communists, who are now morphed into what the Fabian Socialists envisioned - Corporatism, where giants Government regulates and controls giant global business. Our goal is to manage the interests of Corporations that interface with the New World Order.

    The inside the beltway Washington Bush AKA Rockefeller republicans mouth libertarian principles and small government to control their base, but do not believe in it. As such, they need to be torn apart. They do not have a constituency outside of large stockholders of corporations.

    What you mean by 'liberals'

    There is the core of the party, who are not sick or mentally ill, but they are criminals. Their goal is to turn everything into a government controlled monopoly, and to live off the skim from the top. Bill and Hillary Clinton are perfect examples of this. And their amoral nature as lying, bribe-taking thieves is an open secret, managed by their alliances with the media.

    There is the second layer of the party, these are government workers, educators, business men like Elon Musk, who exist off of Government largess. They directly benefit from the monopoly. They are neither particularly insane or criminal.

    Then there is the party base. These people are mostly mentally ill. As Podesta put it: they need to be 'compliant' and 'uninformed'. As Jonathon Gruber put it: It's amazing how you can tell them anything and they simply repeat it.

    What motivates these people? 1. A belief that they are going to reach Utopia. 2. A belief that they are more intelligent and moral than other people, and that therefore they have a duty to impose their beliefs onto others for the good of everyone (Utopian end).

    Then there is the lumpen-proletariat. They simply want hand outs. They are human beings in a degraded state or with IQ that makes it impossible for them to survive in the complex world.


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:22 pm

    Here Are Hillary Clinton's Three Speeches To Goldman Sachs For Which She Was Paid $675,000
    As has been widely reported, in 2013 Hillary Clinton was paid $675,000 for three speeches to Goldman Sachs.  One was delivered on June 4, 2013 at the 2013 IBD CEO Annual Conference at The Inn at Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina, a second one took place on October 24, 2013 at the Goldman Sachs Asset Management AIMS Alternative Investment Symposium, and the last one was delivered on October 29, 2013 at the Goldman Sachs builders and innovators summit.

    The speeches, in their entirety, were revealed for the first time in an email from Tony Carrk, research director at Hillary for America, in an email dated January 23, 2016, and disclosed to the public for the first time ever during today's latest Wikileak of Podesta emails.

    In the email, Carrk says:

    The 3 (I misspoke about 5 earlier) speeches to Goldman are attached with some parts highlighted. Below are some of the more noteworthy quotes. The highlights Carrk refers to are the following:

    In the first excerpt Hillary Clinton (rightfully) mocks Dodd Frank as nothing but a political contrivance which was created solely for political reasons as "there was also a need to do something because for political reasons." To wit: "*Clinton Said, With Dodd-Frank, There Was “A Need To Do Something Because For Political Reasons” Because Members Of Congress “Can't Sit Idly By And Do Nothing.”

    “And with political people, again, I would say the same thing, you know, there was a lot of complaining about Dodd-Frank, but there was also a need to do something because for political reasons, if you were an elected member of Congress and people in your constituency were losing jobs and shutting businesses and everybody in the press is saying it's all the fault of Wall Street, you can't sit idly by and do nothing, but what you do is really important.” [GS2, 10/24/13]

    * * *

    In the second highlighted excerpt, Tim O'Neill, Global Co-Head of the Investment Management Division, thanks Hillary for her "continued involvement in the issues (inaudible) to be courageous in some respects to associated with Wall Street and this environment" and then thanks her "very much."

    *Tim O’Neill Told Clinton “We Really Did Appreciate It” When She Had Been “Courageous In Some Respects To Associated With Wall Street And This Environment.”

    “MR. O'NEILL: By the way, we really did appreciate when you were the senator from New York and your continued involvement in the issues (inaudible) to be courageous in some respects to associated with Wall Street and this environment. Thank you very much. SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, I don't feel particularly courageous. I mean, if we're going to be an effective, efficient economy, we need to have all part of that engine running well, and that includes Wall Street and Main Street. And there's a big disconnect and a lot of confusion right now. So I'm not interested in, you know, turning the clock back or pointing fingers, but I am interested in trying to figure out how we come together to chart a better way forward and one that will restore confidence in, you know, small and medium-size businesses and consumers and begin to chip away at the unemployment rate. So it's something that I, you know, if you're a realist, you know that people have different roles to play in politics, economics, and this is an important role, but I do think that there has to be an understanding of how what happens here on Wall Street has such broad consequences not just for the domestic but the global economy, so more thought has to be given to the process and transactions and regulations so that we don't kill or maim what works, but we concentrate on the most effective way of moving forward with the brainpower and the financial power that exists here.” [GS2, 10/24/13]

    * * *

    In a third noted excerpt, Clinton pitches the idea that the best regulation of Wall Street is self-regulation because "the people that know the industry better than anybody are the people who work in the industry.”

    *Speaking About Financial Regulations, Clinton Said “The People That Know The Industry Better Than Anybody Are The People Who Work In The Industry.”

    “There's nothing magic about regulations, too much is bad, too little is bad. How do you get to the golden key, how do we figure out what works? And the people that know the industry better than anybody are the people who work in the industry.” [GS2, 10/24/13]

    * * *

    In a fourth excerpt, Hillary admits she had "great relations and worked so close together" with Wall Street and has "a lot of respect for the work you do and the people who do it."

    *Clinton Said “I Represented All Of You For Eight Years. I Had Great Relations And Worked So Close Together After 9/11 To Rebuild Downtown.”

    *“I represented all of you for eight years. I had great relations and worked so close together after 9/11 to rebuild downtown, and a lot of respect for the work you do and the people who do it, but I do -- I think that when we talk about the regulators and the politicians, the economic consequences of bad decisions back in '08, you know, were devastating, and they had repercussions throughout the world.” [GS2, 10/24/13]

    The fifth and final highlighted excerpt blames banks' unwillingness to "do what they need to do" due to fear of regulations, the same regulations which in the same speech she said should be left to Wall Street.

    *Clinton Said “Banks Are Not Doing What They Need To Do Because They're Scared Of Regulations, They're Scared Of The Other Shoe Dropping.”

    *“I mean, right now, there are so many places in our country where the banks are not doing what they need to do because they're scared of regulations, they're scared of the other shoe dropping, they're just plain scared, so credit is not flowing the way it needs to to restart economic growth. So people are, you know, a little -- they're still uncertain, and they're uncertain both because they don't know what might come next in terms of regulations, but they're also uncertain because of changes in a global economy that we're only beginning to take hold of.” [GS2, 10/24/13]

    * * *

    Addtionally, as flagged by Reuters earlier, in the June 4 Goldman Sachs speech, Hillary warned Beijing it would "ring China with missile defense" unless it did more to rein in North Korea's missile program.

    Because they could not only do damage to our treaty allies, namely Japan and South Korea, but they could actually reach Hawaii and the west coast theoretically, and we're going to ring China with missile defense. We're going to put more of our fleet in the area.
    Clinton told Goldman that the message to China had been, "You either control them, or we're going to have to defend against them."  According to Reuters, the State Department on Friday declined to comment on "alleged leaked documents." When asked whether such a message had been delivered to China, an official said it was not department policy to comment publicly on diplomatic discussions. Although Clinton's reported comments raised a stir in Asia, Reuters adds.

    Clinton said she also told her Chinese counterparts that the United States had as much a claim to the Pacific as China, given that U.S. forces had liberated it in World War Two.

    China had "a right to assert themselves," but the United States needed to "push back to create a balance" to prevent China taking a chokehold on sea lanes and countries bordering the South China Sea, she said.

    * * *

    We are currently readying the transcripts for further informative details about what Hillary tells the world's most improtant commercial bank in private.

    Here are the full speeches with links:

    Speech #1 (link)

    Links: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-15/here-are-hillary-clintons-three-speeches-goldman-sachs-which-she-was-paid-675000


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    BUSTED: Leaked Emails Reveal Obama at Root of Voter Fraud

    There is a suspicion among Colorado Democrats that President Obama flooded the Colorado caucuses with ineligible voters. This Wikipedia leaked John Podesta email certainly alludes to voter fraud in 2008 that involved the Obama campaign. This email assumes that the same thing might be happening in 2015. The Democrats are supposed to be voter fraud deniers, aren’t they? Only when talking to conservatives, I guess.

    As Written By Sierra Marlee for The Federalist Papers:

    Wikileaks has done an amazing job of revealing to the American people just how screwed up and corrupt our government really is, at all levels. The most recent revelation comes from the very top, and shows that Obama may have directed his supporters in Colorado to engage in a little all-American voter fraud.

    In an email, John Podesta discussed his meeting to two Coloradans who made it clear that they wanted help in making sure that only legal and living people were allowed to vote in the 2015 caucuses.

    These two individuals just happen to be tight with the Clinton campaign, and are concerned that there might be some improper conduct going on surrounding the caucus, and as we all know, if it’s not the Clintons who are cheating, nobody can cheat!



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    LEAK REVEALS HILLARY TOLD TO AVOID TRUTH ABOUT PRISON REFORM BECAUSE BILL PACKED THEM FULL OF POT USERS
    Hillary Clinton has proved to be a deft politician when it comes to addressing the issues without really addressing them – doling out plenty of catchphrases for party loyalists but leaving the more rational among us wondering what she really thinks. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was a particularly interesting one for Clinton, who said she was for it before she was against it. The TPP is a huge gift to the Wall St. corporations inhabiting her megadonor list, but very unpopular among a large swath of Democratic voters.

    SOURCE: JUSTIN GARDNER

    Hillary Clinton has proved to be a deft politician when it comes to addressing the issues without really addressing them – doling out plenty of catchphrases for party loyalists but leaving the more rational among us wondering what she really thinks.

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was a particularly interesting one for Clinton, who said she was for it before she was against it. The TPP is a huge gift to the Wall St. corporations inhabiting her megadonor list, but very unpopular among a large swath of Democratic voters.

    Clinton’s position on ending cannabis prohibition is also ambiguous, as she has publicly hinted that states should be allowed to legalize it, but told Wall St. corporations in her paid speeches that she is against pot legalization “in all senses of the word.”

    Now, Marijuana.com has found another troubling facet to the campaign of deception being foisted upon Americans in this deplorable election cycle.

    In the Podesta emails, a “briefing book” advises Clinton on how to answer potential debate questions about cannabis and criminal justice reform. Staffers instruct Clinton to ignore the fact that pot users make up a large percentage of the prison population, even though they are aware that this has needlessly wrecked the lives of so many.

    The briefing states:

    “WHILE YOU SHOULD AVOID SAYING MARIJUANA ACCOUNTS FOR A SIGNIFICATION PORTION OF THE U.S. CORRECTIONAL POPULATION, OR A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THOSE BEHIND BARS FOR DRUG OFFENSES, IT IS CORRECT THAT THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF ARRESTS FOR MARIJUANA CRIMES, AND THAT THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE SERVING (SOME) TIME FOR MARIJUANA CRIMES – MANY OF WHOM WOULD LIKELY BE BETTER OFF IN THEIR COMMUNITIES.”


    The cruelty of the War on Drugs, and especially cannabis prohibition, has become increasingly exposed over the last few years. The Free Thought Project has reported on numerous tragically absurd cases where the State targets innocent pot users, and the fact that someone is arrested for cannabis every 49 seconds in the U.S.

    As we know, the drug war is largely responsible for the American problem of mass incarceration, which gained much attention in 2016 but is now lost in the vapidity of election year politics. The U.S. prison population has increased almost 790 percent since 1980, with the rate of arrests for drug possession almost tripling.

    Why would Clinton’s team want to ignore the glaring significance of cannabis prohibition in mass incarceration – even though voters care about this issue and overwhelmingly want to end prohibition?

    Perhaps the fact that her husband, Bill Clinton, presided over a tremendous increase in federal and state prison populations has something to do with her uneasiness.

    To be sure, prison populations began shooting up in the 1970s as the War on Drugs was revving up, and Ronald Reagan surely did his part in perpetuating that trend. However, the 1994 Crime Bill signed by Bill Clinton continued the injustice.

    The infamous “three strikes” law was born, meaning that having two prior drug convictions could land someone in jail for life if they were convicted of a third violent felony. It also provided billions in funding for “drug courts” as well as tens of thousands of cops to enforce the drug war – which itself turned into an extortion racket known as “policing for profit.”

    The 42nd U.S. President even acknowledged his mistake, saying “I signed a bill that made the problem worse,” Clinton said. “And I want to admit it.”

    One of the worst offenses of this election campaign, and elections in general, is that substantive issues like “criminal justice reform” – or putting less people in cages for nonviolent, victimless behavior – are ignored in the cacophony of divisive, fear-based rhetoric and manufactured rage.

    Some credit must be given, however, for another part of the leaked emails that shows Clinton actually supporting a critical issue in cannabis freedom – access to banking services by legitimate businesses.

    “If pressed: what about marijuana banking restrictions – should we let marijuana businesses access banking services.

    I do think these businesses – if they are operating in according with state law, and with federal guidelines – should be able to access banking services. I know that the Obama Administration has taken steps in this direction, and I think those steps are smart.

    Not having access to banking services can force legal and licensed businesses to deal in cash, making their stores a target for theft. Cash-only operations also are more difficult to audit. I will continue to evaluate the steps the Administration had taken, to determine if we should go further.”

    Although it’s heartening to see that politicians are actually aware of the absurd banking prohibitions levied against cannabusinesses, why isn’t this issue actively spoken about? The campaign only frets about being “pressed” on the issue.

    Billions of dollars in state-sanctioned business transactions are forced to be hauled around in cash form – creating needless danger and preventing free market opportunities – and there’s hardly a peep about it from politicians or mainstream media.

    If Hillary Clinton really wanted to score some points with young voters, these are the kinds of things she would talk about. But the Rothschilds have far more sway in what makes it into the narrative.

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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 3:33 pm

    Published on Oct 14, 2016
    Hannity 10/14/16 | Interview with Newt Gingrich, Judge Jeanine, Ben Carson | Media Bias & WikiLeaks
    -Pres Obama Criticizes Republicans, Talk Radio & Fox News While Campaigning For Clinton
    -Michelle Obama In 2007: If You Can't Run Your Own House, You Can't Run The White House
    -Trump Wikileaks Emails Shows Collusion Between Clinton Campaign & Obama's DOJ
    -Donald Trump Attacks The Media During A Campaign Event Earlier Today


    Leaked Emails: Lawyers Privately Told Clinton Campaign Hillary’s Email Scandal ‘Smacks Of Acting Above The Law’
    Attorneys wondered out loud in questions passed along in a 2015 bombshell email to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign why Clinton inexplicably sent secure documents on a private email server and then further deleted documents without consulting anyone, as such a move “smacks of acting above the law.”

    The email, leaked by WikiLeaks as part of its release of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s correspondence, dates back to June 21, 2015, and discusses in unusually frank detail the scandalous nature of Clinton’s use of a private email server.

    The email contains several questions from other lawyers passed along from Erika Rottenberg, a lawyer with extensive experience in the policy and tech world with ties to the Clinton campaign.

    “I know when I talk to my friends who are attorneys we are all struggling with what happened to the emails and aren’t satisfied with answers to date,” read one of the questions sent to Stephanie Hannon, chief technical officer of the Clinton campaign, and senior campaign policy adviser Ann O’Leary. “While we all know of the occasional use of personal email addresses for business, none of my friends circle can understand how it was viewed as ok/secure/appropriate to use a private server for secure documents AND why further Hillary took it upon herself to review them and delete documents without providing anyone outside her circle a chance to weigh in. It smacks of acting above the law and it smacks of the type of thing I’ve either gotten discovery sanctions for, fired people for, etc.”


    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/10/13/leaked-emails-lawyer-privately-told-clinton-campaign-hillarys-email-scandal-smacks-of-acting-above-the-law/#ixzz4NBibbPTR




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    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 3:39 pm


    Anonymous is calming to release Hillary's 33k emails Nov 1st.
    https://imgur.com/UNfrOo5

    Outside of what’s on the television I’m yet to talk with someone who cares about this. They care about the real issues. The all out assault on Trump just weeks before the election is not a coincidence. Forty years of being a rich successful business man and not one sexual assault or harassment complaint against Trump. One month out from ripping control away from the American establishment and he’s suddenly a sexual predator. Please. Anyone who falls for this tripe is an idiot. Both women and millennial’s are waking up to this cultural scam. The left is eating itself and is too greedy to even slow down and chew properly. What it eventually vomits up will be the yellow bile of its own hatred and intolerance. The right leaning establishment is equally as clownish and out of touch. Trump represents normal people who are now demanding a fighting chance. People who are sick and tired of being told what to think. People who are sick and tired of being told what to feel. People who are sick and tired of our degenerate murderous culture. People who are sick and tired of their time and labor bleeding away into cauldrons of boiling human weakness. People want to feel strong again. People want to feel free again. People want to stand tall with their stomachs full of healthy pride. Like the French Revolution centuries ago, the disorganized masses have stirred and are now organizing their hearts and minds. The totem poles of our demented culture are no longer relevant. Television has already died. Cognitive dissonance has collapsed inward upon itself and from the trashed remains of our false tolerance and equality rises the thing that was Donald Trump. This thing is no longer Donald Trump. It is the raging righteousness of the universal man, which represents all that is good in this world. This is why the existing American establishment will not stop the turning over of the tables. They are only trying to stop Trump. The energy is now everywhere. – J Collins


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    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 3:42 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFQcZMGe4p0
    Donald Trump Uncensored: This Is America's "Moment Of Reckoning"

    "There is nothing that the political establishment wil not do; no lie they will not tell, to hold their prestige and power at your expense... For those who control the levers of power in Washington and for the global special interests, our campaign represents a true existential threat... this election will determine whether or not we, the people, reclaim control over our government."

    Sometimes, you just have to listen...

    "For those who control the levers of power in Washington and for the global special interests - they partner with these people that don't have your good in mind - our campaign represents a true existential threat... like they haven't seen before. This is not simply another four-year election; this is a crossroads in the history of our civilization that will determine whether or not we, the people, reclaim control over our government."

    Turn off MSNBC, CNBC, CNN, and NBC and listen - away from the spectacle - to some uncomfortable deep state realities...

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-14/donald-trump-uncensored-americas-moment-reckoning


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    Post  Carol on Sat Oct 15, 2016 3:56 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnCzAbuM_QA
    judge jeanine pirro I still support Donald Trump (The Second Presidential Debate 10/9/16)


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    Post  Carol on Sun Oct 16, 2016 10:47 am


    WIKILEAKS: Clinton Camp Was Hoping San Bernardino Shooter Was Some White Guy Shooting Muslims

    Latest Wikileaks Releases Boost Case for DNC Class Action Lawsuit
    Democratic leaders subverted democracy to ensure Clinton was their nominee

    Hillary advisor John Podesta responded to the news that Sayeed Farouk was the Christmas party killer.

    Better if a guy named Sayeed Farouk was reporting that a guy named
    Christopher Hayes was the shooter.

    Because in the Democratic Party’s fantasy world white guys are the real enemy — not radical Islam.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/10/wikileaks-clinton-camp-hoping-san-bernardino-shooter-white-guy-shooting-muslims/


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    Michelle: Hillary Is On Drugs
    BY EDWARD KLEIN/ October 25, 2016


    Michelle Obama, widely acknowledged as Hillary Clinton’s most effective campaign surrogate, is concerned that the Democrat presidential nominee’s health is so fragile that she depends on stimulant drugs to get her through the grueling race for the White House.

    Both Michelle and Barack Obama have been concerned with the state of Hillary’s health since her presidential campaign began. The Obamas know that Hillary suffers from a slew of severe and debilitating health issues, all of which I have exposed in my latest New York Times bestseller Guilty as Sin.

    According to a guest who stayed overnight in the White House and was present in the Family Residence during a discussion of Hillary’s health, Barack Obama and Valerie Jarrett, the president’s chief adviser, agreed with the first lady that Hillary has relied on booster drugs during her campaign rallies and three debates with Donald Trump.

    They came to that conclusion after a recent meeting with Hillary in the White House, where Hillary made an effort to persuade the president and first lady to coordinate their public appearances with Robby Mook, the Clinton campaign manager.

    When Hillary suggested that the president and the first lady submit their speeches in advance to Mook in order to make sure they were on the same page as Hillary’s campaign, Michelle Obama broke out in derisive laughter.

    “Michelle made it plain that she and Barack knew how campaigns work better than Hillary or Mook,” said the source who participated in the discussion. “After all, Barack cleaned Hillary’s clock during the 2008 Democratic Party primaries.

    “During the heated discussion over campaign coordination,” the source continued, “Hillary suddenly broke out in a coughing fit. The president offered Hillary a glass of water, but Hillary’s coughing only grew worse.

    “The president became so alarmed that he summoned one of the five doctors who rotate on duty 24/7 in the White House Medical Unit. The doctor rushed to the Oval Office.”

    While the doctor was administering to Hillary, the president, the first lady and Valerie Jarrett stepped outside and turned the Oval Office over to Hillary and the doctor. After a while, the doctor emerged and told everyone that he was able to stop Hillary’s convulsive coughing and that she was all right.

    “The experience left the president and first lady shaken and worried,” said the source. “It was clear to them that Hillary was not well. They know how exhausting and draining a presidential campaign is. Clearly, the Hillary they saw in the White House was different than the Hillary the public has seen during her rallies and in the debates.


    “They concluded that there was no way that Hillary could make it through such a demanding ordeal without getting some help from booster drugs.”


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlvrw-cIFsU&feature=youtu.be

    Alleged Clinton Fixer: ‘New York Times Has Become the National Enquirer’
    Jeff Rovin unveils identity on 'Hannity,' suggests he bought off reporters for the Clintons

    by Jim Stinson | Updated 25 Oct 2016 at 10:02 AM

    The Clintons have an open marriage and Hillary Clinton had an affair with her late law partner, Vince Foster, according to a former tabloid editor who emerged in the media to assert he once served as a “fixer” for the Clintons. Jeff Rovin, who first told his story in the National Enquirer anonymously, was granted a far larger microphone Monday night on “The Sean Hannity Show” on Fox News.

    “The New York Times has become the National Enquirer, and the National Enquirer has become The New York Times.”
    Rovin told Hannity his motivation to come forward was the biased coverage afforded to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

    “The New York Times has become the National Enquirer, and the National Enquirer has become The New York Times,” Rovin said. “We’ve got to set the world right again.”

    Rovin did not get into too many details — nor did he offer much compelling proof of his involvement in salacious cover-ups for the Clintons. He also did not produce any pictures — or even the prized audio tape he allegedly received from the National Enquirer in return for a Clinton exclusive.

    Clinton Horror Story
    LifeZette.com

    He also broke little new ground. Rumors about Bill Clinton's affairs or even his love of prostitutes is not exactly shocking. Rumors about Vince Foster and Hillary Clinton have been in print since 1993, back when David Brock was a conservative and writing about the Clintons for The American Spectator.

    But Rovin said he went through two years of investigation with the National Enquirer. Yet even in last week's issue, the weekly tabloid chose not to print his identity. Hannity scored Rovin's first in-person interview.

    WikiLeaks: The Six Most Damaging Clinton Revelations So Far
    From media collusion to evidence of corruption, a guide to the most important leaked Podesta emails
    Rovin said he "fixed" many problems for the Clintons by paying off tipsters and journalists. Often, he would tell journalists they had their facts wrong.

    Or, in the case of the National Enquirer, he would get his hands on the tabloid's evidence and then provide the tabloid favors.

    For a salacious audio tape, a phone message in which the president's name is used, Rovin offered the National Enquirer an exclusive at brother Roger Clinton's wedding.

    Rovin said he was "fixing problems" for an actor in Clinton's sphere when he was first approached by the duo and contracted into their service.

    Clinton Body Count Video: http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/alleged-clinton-fixer-new-york-times-become-national-enquirer/




















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