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Reality check: Hillary hates America, Americans

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By Joseph Farah | 28 October 2016

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There have been a lot of “firsts” in the 2016 presidential campaign.

But we need to be sure we don’t have one more – the election of president whose own staff recognizes that she hates America and Americans.

It’s astonishing, really, that we are the brink of that strong possibility, according to the polls.

I’ve known Hillary Clinton hates America and average Americans for a long, long time – longer than I care to remember, quite frankly. I’ve been involved in covering her and her nefarious husband since the early 1990s.

I won’t bore you with the long-forgotten details of that era, except to say that the Clinton White House maintained files on its “enemies,” kept an actual “enemies list” in partnership with the Democratic National Committee, spread poison about its “enemies,” like me, to the press, made successful “suggestions” for political audits of its “enemies” to the IRS and instigated massive black ops efforts against those “enemies.”

Most Americans are unaware of these facts because, even then, the so-called (and misnamed) “mainstream media” covered them up as they are still covering them up. (By the way, when this era began, I was part of the so-called “mainstream media” and had been for the previous 20 years.)

But I digress.

I’ve known Hillary Clinton hates America and Americans because of her actions, because of her rhetoric, because of her radical history and because I know the “type” – having been a part of the hateful left-wing radical cesspool that fostered her hate.

However, thanks to the 2016 presidential campaign and WikiLeaks emails, we now know that even Hillary Clinton’s top aides agree that Hillary hates America and Americans – especially “average Americans.”

That deliciously and brutally honest email came from John Podesta, her campaign manager, in a moment of candor to another member of her campaign team. It said: “I know she has begun to hate everyday Americans.”
 
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FBI reopens Hillary email investigation

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By Bob Unruh | 28 October 2016

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The FBI, which has been widely criticized for declining to refer criminal charges against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her use of an unapproved email system for classified information, now is reopening the investigation.

The move was reported Friday by Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

He tweeted: “FBI Dir just informed me, ‘The FBI has learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation.’ Case reopened.”

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The word comes as polls show Clinton’s support for her presidential bid is declining.

FBI Director James Comey held a news conference in July to detail the violations the FBI found, including the transmission of classified material over a non-secure system, calling her actions “extremely careless.”

But he concluded no charges should be referred to the Justice Department.

CNBC reported Friday that Comey explained the latest development in a letter.

“In previous congressional testimony, I referred to the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had completed its investigation of former Secretary Clinton’s personal email server. Due to recent developments, I am writing to supplement my previous testimony,” Comey wrote.
 
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26 WikiLeaks bombshells on Hillary you need to know

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By Leo Hohmann | 26 October 2016

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WikiLeaks has provided a treasure trove of inside information on what Hillary Clinton really thinks about important issues such as trade and immigration, but Clinton herself has chosen not to answer questions about the revelations.

She has focused instead on criticizing the Russians as the source of the hacks, despite the fact there is no proof of Russian involvement.

The emails also shed light on how the Clinton campaign interacts with Wall Street banks, with friendly media, and how it worked to undermine the candidacy of Democratic rival Bernie Sanders with the help of the DNC.

WikiLeaks says it has about 50,000 emails from the private Gmail account of John Podesta, a senior Democratic Party official who has served as White House chief of staff under President Bill Clinton and a senior adviser to President Obama. He was the author of Obama’s climate change policy.

In February Podesta moved seamlessly from the White House to become chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
 
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New emails show Clinton camp worried journalists would notice ‘huge’ gender pay gap at Clinton Foundation

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Oct. 21, 2016 10:04pm | By Tré Goins-Phillips
 
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Hillary Clinton has branded herself as the equal pay candidate, but the Clinton Foundation doesn’t have such a stellar record on the issue.

In fact, high-ranking women at the charitable organization earned an average of $81,000 less than men in similar positions, according to the foundation’s public 990 tax forms for the year 2014, which were highlighted late Friday by WikiLeaks.

The list included four women, who averaged $210,000 in total pay, and nine men, who averaged $291,000 in total pay. Though several of the men did outrank the women on staff, female employees earned 72 cents for every dollar male staffers received.
 
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Hillary’s hypocrisy on ‘black folks’

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By Larry Elder | 19 October 2016

What will it take for Democrats to lose the 95 percent black vote?

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Hacked email to and from staffers at the Democratic National Committee and to and from John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, shows she cares far more about the black vote than black voters.

Concern for lack of diversity: One email, three months before she announced her presidential candidacy, shows Clinton’s future campaign staff mocking the criticism that it lacks racial diversity. Her then-spokesperson and future traveling press secretary Nick Merrill dismissively joked that former Bill Clinton chief of staff and future Hillary Clinton campaign director Robby Mook “claims he’s 1/16th Apache, so we should be all set.”

Earlier this year, “Frank” (identified by WikiLeaks as fwj77@comcast.net, and reported by RT.com to be Frank White Jr., who raised $2.3 million for Barack Obama in 2012) wrote to Podesta about courting black votes: “I’m hearing the same complaint in political circles that I continue to hear while fundraising. ‘The campaign doesn’t value black folks and takes us for granted.’ Can I make a suggestion? A black campaign vice chair or senior adviser would go a long way during the primary and send the message that Hillary puts her actions where her mouth is, and actually does appreciate the black vote.” Podesta replied: “Right now I think we should do this right after Super Tuesday.”

“Birtherism”: Clinton routinely attacks Donald Trump for what she calls the “racist lie” that Obama is a Muslim from Kenya. Yet a 2008 memo between a polling analyst and several people close to Clinton’s campaign – including Podesta – listed several “negatives” of her opponent, then-Sen. Obama, included the following: “Obama (owe-BAHM-uh)’s father was a Muslim and Obama grew up among Muslims in the world’s most populous Islamic country.” Just weeks ago, James Asher, former Washington bureau chief for McClatchy news, stated that during the 2008 campaign long-time Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal told him to investigate Obama’s African birthplace: “Blumenthal visited the Washington Bureau of McClatchy, where he and I met in my office. During that conversation and in subsequent communications, we discussed a number of matters related to Obama. He encouraged McClatchy to do stories related to Obama and his connections to Kenya.”

Ridiculing an “African-American sounding” name: Another DNC email chain shows staffers making fun of the name of a black woman named LaQueenia. Why is this noteworthy?

In recent years some academic experiments purport to show racism by showing how prospective employers discriminate against “African-American sounding names.” Never mind the same employers show similar reluctance to hire those with “white-sounding names” like “Emily” and “Todd.” And never mind that employers located in black neighborhoods also showed reluctance to hire those with “African-American sounding names.” So, if it’s “racist” to draw a negative inference from a “black-sounding name,” what is it to mock such a name?
 
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22 toxic days for Hillary Clinton

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By Annie Karni and Glenn Thrush | 10/16/16 04:18 PM EDT

The polls point to the promised land. But she’ll have to get past Trump and WikiLeaks first.

The final three weeks should have been an anxious but happy time for a Hillary Clinton team on the cusp of making history.

Her odds of victory, according to most prediction experts, sit north of 80 percent, and she has solidified modest but durable leads over Donald Trump in most battleground states.

But Clinton’s final sprint has become a joyless, nail-gnawing slog through Trump Tower’s moat of mudslinging — and the day-to-day worries of WikiLeaks’ dump of internal emails from campaign chairman John Podesta’s hacked account is taking a toll.

“This is making me tear up, it’s so infuriating and disgusting,” a Clinton aide wrote in an email halfway through the St. Louis debate, arguably the low-water point of a general election that has had few high-tide moments. “This is not our country.”

In Trump’s Mourning-in-America march to the abyss, he has rejected political norms, and his campaign has largely devolved into trashing Clinton, the women accusing him of sexual assault and harassment, the legitimacy of U.S. elections, the media, President Barack Obama, the GOP and the time-honored idea of a presidential campaign as a sunny, aspirational enterprise.

Even more unnerving is the release of stolen emails popping daily, like the morning paper hitting the driveway, from WikiLeaks — part of an effort Clinton’s aides believe is geared toward dividing her supporters, sapping her team’s morale, and distracting the media’s attention from Trump’s self-immolation.

All of this makes the last days of what is likely to be a winning campaign seem more like 22 weeks than 22 days.

“The goal of this is to create dissension between everyone,” said Neera Tanden, a close Clinton ally whose years of candid correspondence with Podesta are now uncomfortably on public display. “This is Russian psy-ops. That’s what they’re trying to do. The campaign is going to fight back against that, by not getting subsumed in dissension.”

Campaign aides and longtime allies aren’t the only ones getting bummed out. Bill Clinton is also “having a hard time,” according to a source familiar with his thinking, as he watches Trump revive the former president’s decades-old sex scandals in an effort to tarnish his wife, and was reportedly enraged when Trump paraded his accusers around the debate last week in St. Louis, even seating them in the front row. (An aide disputed both characterizations of his mind-set.)

Chelsea Clinton remains “very focused” on the email hack, livid at accusations hurled at her by a former Clinton aide, Doug Band, calling her a “spoiled brat kid … [who] hasn’t found her way and has a lack of focus in her life.”
 
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Hillary “What Difference Does It Make” Clinton

UPDATED: 5 NOVEMBER 2016

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Leaked John Podesta Emails Showcase Hillary Clinton’s Corruption

By Matt Forney   |  October 8, 2016
 
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Yesterday, Wikileaks released a batch of leaked emails from Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

Among them were transcripts and excerpts from the secret speeches Hillary was paid huge sums to deliver to Goldman Sachs and other corporate clients.

The emails showcase Hillary’s corruption, treachery and lies for all to see.

Hillary Clinton admitted she was out of touch with the average American.

In a speech to Goldman Sachs, Hillary described herself as “far removed” from the struggles of ordinary Americans.

“And I am not taking a position on any policy, but I do think there is a growing sense of anxiety and even anger in the country over the feeling that the game is rigged. And I never had that feeling when I was growing up. Never. I mean, were there really rich people, of course there were. My father loved to complain about big business and big government, but we had a solid middle class upbringing. We had good public schools. We had accessible health care. We had our little, you know, one-family house that, you know, he saved up his money, didn’t believe in mortgages. So I lived that. And now, obviously, I’m kind of far removed because the life I’ve lived and the economic, you know, fortunes that my husband and I now enjoy, but I haven’t forgotten it.”

Hillary takes two positions on policy issues: one for the public and another for her donors.

Hillary admitted in a speech that she has two positions on policy: one private and one public.
 
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Trey Gowdy vs Hillary Clinton

Published on Sep 14, 2016

Perjury Quotes:
“Everything I did was permitted,” – Clinton
“There was no law, no regulation, NOTHING THAT DID NOT GIVE ME THE FULL AUTHORITY to decide how I was going to communicate.” – Clinton

“I didn’t have to turn over anything. I chose to turn over 55,000 pages because I wanted to go above and beyond what was expected of me.” – Clinton
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Trey Gowdy responded : “FBI officials failed to aggressively question Hillary Clinton about her intentions in setting up a private email system, ”
“I didn’t see that many questions on that issue,”

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