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    49 abominable facts about Hillary the media won't tell you



    If you listen to the news, the only real reporting being done about Hillary Clinton has to do with her email scandal. Even though she violated the Espionage Act, the FBI refused to prosecute. Her family’s foundation is under heavy scrutiny. But did you know these other 49 important points about Hillary’s life-long run to the White House?
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    Hillary for Prison sing along !



    Hillary for Prison sing along !

    Think Johnny Cash and Folsom Prison Blues song.......




    "I hear that train a comin’

    It’s rollin’ round the bend.

    Gonna pick up Mrs. Clinton

    And take her to the pen.


    They’ll have her coronation

    Make her cell block queen

    Hillary for prison

    two thousand and sixteen


    They’ve got an orange pants suit

    Hangin’ on the wall

    And a cell for Bubba Willie

    Just a little down the hall.


    We’ll put ‘em in the big house

    Lock them up inside.

    Unless a whole lot of witnesses

    Commit su-i-cide !


    Remember James McDougal

    And 20 or 30 more

    About to testify, they found ‘em dead upon the floor.


    Now they’re pilin’ up the bodies

    Like they did back then

    They want back in the White House

    Here we go again.


    Glue the china to the table

    Nail the table to the floor

    Lock up all the silver

    ‘fore they haul it out the door

    White trash in the White House

    Beats all we’ve ever seen.

    Hillary for prison

    two thousand and sixteen."
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    Some libtard democrats who watch TV all day think Trump was just a TV star. I wonder how many of our politicians have ever built projects in 60 countries on 6 continents, all while navigating through the various laws, regulations, cultural customs, political powers, and international issues?

    Real Results vs All Talk !!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine View Post
    Some libtard democrats who watch TV all day think Trump was just a TV star. I wonder how many of our politicians have ever built projects in 60 countries on 6 continents, all while navigating through the various laws, regulations, cultural customs, political powers, and international issues?

    Real Results vs All Talk !!!



    That is right....he built all that...no one is questioning such things.... but again...whatever he built was for his only and absolute financial gain....

    He has done ABSOLUTE NOTHING to help the needed, to help the hungry or the homeless, he has done NOTHING to help women and children and even less for veterans....

    So...what is important to you.....a stupid building that will get you arrested if you walk in in normal clothes??.,...if so...then....by all mean....Trumpy is your man if that is the case....

    Sure...if managing the Mrs Universe is a qualification, in your book
    (while navigating through the various laws, regulations, cultural customs, political powers, and international issues), to be a President, then I will have Joe the Plumber to nominate himself as well.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine View Post

    It shows clearly....man....at least there is something I can credit Donny Trumpy with....he is trying his hardest...but unfortunately...his hardest is not good enough.....because he is not good enough to begin with.... and below are the results...


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    Trump Can't 'Soften' Bigotry

    By Eugene Robinson
    September 02, 2016

    WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump's diatribe on immigration Wednesday night dispelled any conceivable doubt: He is a dangerous demagogue who rejects the values of openness and inclusion that made this country great. Rarely has an American politician given such an un-American speech.

    Foreigners who come here seeking a better life are the scapegoats he blames for problems real and imagined. Never mind that Trump's mother was an immigrant, or that two of his three wives came from overseas. Ronald Reagan saw this country as a shining city on a hill; Trump wants us to cower in fear behind a Berlin-style wall. Reagan invited millions of undocumented immigrants to stay and contribute to their adopted land; Trump wants to round them up, all 11 million, and ship them home.

    That's what he wants his loyal followers to believe, at least. Like any effective demagogue, Trump is fluent in doublespeak.

    At one point, to thunderous applause, he said this: "For those here illegally today, who are seeking legal status, they will have one route and one route only: To return home and apply for re-entry like everybody else, under the rules of the new legal immigration system that I have outlined."
    A few sentences later, though, he appeared to take it back. Only after he has built the Great Wall of Trump on the Southern border, which isn't going to happen, and convinced Congress to approve a whole new immigration system, which also isn't going to happen -- only then, he said, "will we be in a position to consider the appropriate disposition of those individuals who remain."

    See what he's trying to do? He allows listeners to believe whatever they want about his true intentions. Xenophobes can dream of mobs wielding pitchforks and torches; while apologists can assure moderate voters that Trump doesn't really propose a vast pogrom of ethnic cleansing.
    I choose to believe the first version -- that Trump is saying all 11 million have to go -- because the whole point of the speech was to convince his most fervent supporters that he is "hardening," not "softening," his position on immigration. Fear and loathing of the "other" is his core appeal.
    Trump also told us who would go first: up to two million undocumented "criminals" and another 4.5 million individuals who are here because they overstayed their visas. Also, any undocumented person stopped by law enforcement for any reason would be detained pending deportation. It is not alarmist to note that actually trying to do all of this would require the creation of a police state.

    Of course, that's not what he intends -- unless you happen to like the idea of a police state, in which case it's exactly what he intends. Policy positions are just words to Trump, and words are just paving stones on the road to power.

    Trump's support base is mostly white and working-class, and he skillfully exploits these voters' fears of demographic change. We must "be honest about the fact that not everyone who seeks to join our country will be able to successfully assimilate," he said. "Sometimes it's just not going to work out. It's our right, as a sovereign nation, to choose immigrants that we think are the likeliest to thrive and flourish and love us." He warned ominously that "immigration as a share of national population is set to break all historical records."

    Translation: Doesn't it tick you off to hear so many so-called Americans speaking Spanish?

    Trump's antipathy toward Hispanic immigrants, however, is nothing compared to what he thinks about Muslims. He has changed his proposed Muslim ban into a country-specific ban -- that happens to cover only Muslim countries. And he wants screening to include "an ideological certification to make sure that those we are admitting to our country share our values and love our people."

    Ideological certification? Approved by whom, the thought police?

    Earlier in the day, Trump tried his best to sound sober and statesmanlike in his meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto. By evening, though, he was back to insisting that Mexico would pay for the border wall, although "they don't know it yet." And on Thursday morning, Trump was again touting a "softening" in his immigration views.

    But you can't soften bigotry. You can't soften jingoism. You can't soften Trump's naked appeal to anger and resentment. You can't soften the fact that he rejects American exceptionalism, which is based on creed, in favor of tribalism based on ethnic purity.

    He can't be George Wallace one day and Thomas Jefferson the next.

    (c) 2016, Washington Post Writers Group
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    Numerous top staffers on Donald Trump's campaign haven't been paid

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has run an unusually cheap campaign in part by not paying at least 10 top staffers, consultants and advisers, some of whom are no longer with the campaign, according to a review of federal campaign finance filings.

    Those who have so far not been paid, the filings show, include recently departed campaign manager Paul Manafort, California state director Tim Clark, communications director Michael Caputo and a pair of senior aides who left the campaign in June to immediately go to work for a Trump Super PAC.

    The New York real estate magnate and his allies have touted his campaign's frugality, saying it is evidence of his management skills. His campaign's spending has totaled $89.5 million so far, about a third of what Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's campaign has spent.

    But not compensating top people in a presidential campaign is a departure from campaign finance norms. Many of the positions involved might typically come with six-figure annual paychecks in other campaigns.

    "It's unprecedented for a presidential campaign to rely so heavily on volunteers for top management positions," said Paul Ryan, an election lawyer with the campaign finance reform advocacy group Campaign Legal Center.

    The Trump campaign said the Reuters' reporting was "sloppy at best" but declined to elaborate.

    One of the 10 who were unpaid, Michael Caputo, told a Buffalo radio station in June after he resigned from the campaign, that he was not volunteering. Rather, he said he just had not gotten paid. Caputo confirmed to Reuters on Thursday that the Trump campaign has still not paid his invoices.

    In another instance, two high-level former Trump campaign advisers, former Chris Christie campaign manager Ken McKay and Manafort lobbying associate Laurance Gay, departed the Trump campaign in June and went to work for the Trump-backed Super PAC, Rebuilding America Now. In June, the Super PAC paid each of them $60,000, the filings show.

    Federal campaign law stipulates that people working for campaigns, who may possess strategic knowledge of a campaign or work as a campaign's agents, must wait for 120 days before going to work for a Super PAC, a political spending group that can accept unlimited sums of money from wealthy donors so long as it does not coordinate with a campaign.

    Through a spokesperson, McKay and Gay said they were volunteering for Trump and did not possess strategic information so the rule did not apply to them.

    LOW PAYROLL

    Another example of free labor is Rick Gates, who was Manafort's deputy. According to two former high-level Trump staffers, Gates essentially functioned as the Trump campaign manager for more than two months, all while not collecting a paycheck.

    By contrast, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook earned roughly $10,000 in July, the same amount as President Barack Obama's campaign manager Jim Messina did in 2012. That same year, Republican nominee Mitt Romney's campaign manager, Matt Rhoades, was making nearly $7,000 bi-monthly.

    Others who, according to the FEC filings, have not been paid include finance chairman Steven Mnuchin, national political director Rick Wiley and senior adviser Barry Bennett, who were not available for comment. Nor were Manafort, Gates and Clark.

    Many campaigns have volunteers who work as low-level ground troops, knocking on voters' doors and passing out campaign buttons. There are instances in other campaigns of senior staff opting not to draw a paycheck. For example, John Podesta, a longtime adviser to Clinton who is now her campaign chairman, considers his role honorary and does not draw a salary.

    What is unusual, however, is for a campaign to have such a large group of people in top positions who are unpaid.

    After Manafort resigned in August, Trump promoted his senior adviser and top pollster, Kellyanne Conway, to become his new campaign manager. Before then, Conway ran a Super PAC affiliated with Texas Senator and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz. For work from June 2015 to June 2016, the Super PAC paid the firm she owns more than $700,000.

    She officially joined the Trump campaign July 1. But so far, according to campaign finance reports that detail spending through July 31, Conway has not been paid by the Trump campaign. She did not respond to a request for comment.
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    Donald Trump is the 'preferred candidate' of ISIS, experts warn

    Pamela Engel,Business Insider 6 hours ago

    Donald Trump has said that "no one will be tougher" on terrorism than him, but new analysis from Foreign Affairs magazine shows that ISIS — the terror group Trump has pledged to eradicate — is actually hoping for the Republican nominee to win the US presidency.
    Foreign Affairs analyzed ISIS' online channels and interviewed a dozen supporters and defectors to reach its conclusion. The magazine found that "jihadists are rooting for a Trump presidency because they believe that he will lead the United States on a path to self-destruction."

    Malcolm Nance, a terrorism expert and veteran military-intelligence officer, offered a similar assessment after a terrorism debate at the Comedy Cellar in New York City last month.

    "Donald Trump is ISIS' preferred candidate and anything that he does is going to be done to the detriment of the United States," Nance told Business Insider, adding, "Donald Trump is unstable."

    It's unclear whether ISIS leadership openly advocates for a Trump presidency. Experts have expressed skepticism about this and noted that the group seems to talk about President Barack Obama more often than they talk about Trump.

    And despite Hillary Clinton's assertion that Trump is "ISIS' best recruiter," it seems that most of the pro-Trump propaganda comes from supporters of the group rather than top-tier members themselves.

    Still, Foreign Affairs found that ISIS chatter on social media and messaging apps like Telegram seemed to favor getting Trump to the White House. And some verified members of the group told the magazine that they think Trump could lead the world into the apocalyptic final battle that is the ultimate endgame for ISIS.

    What jihadis are saying about Trump

    One defector, named Tarek, told Foreign Affairs that ISIS sees Trump as "the perfect enemy." Tarek cited Trump's rhetoric, which critics have described as anti-Muslim, as good material for ISIS propaganda that pushes an "us vs. them" narrative to further its strategy of dragging the West into a war with them.

    And Trump's rhetoric about radical Islam coupled with his proposal to ban immigration from "terror countries" until "extreme vetting" processes can be put into place could anger some Muslims already in America. This could then work to ISIS' advantage.

    "We were happy when Trump said bad things about Muslims because he makes it very clear that there are two teams in this battle: the Islamic team and the anti-Islamic team," Samer, another recent defector from ISIS, told Foreign Affairs.

    "When Trump says hateful things about Muslims, it proves that jihadists are right to fight against the West, because the West is against Islam."

    Ironically, as Trump insists that he'd keep ISIS out of America, one defector told Foreign Affairs that his stated policies could end up having the opposite effect.

    "We don't need to convince Muslims in the Middle East that the West is against them. They already know," a former ISIS fighter named Maher said. "The next step for the Islamic State is to reach Muslims in America and Europe."

    What ISIS propaganda says about Trump

    The world of ISIS propaganda is complex — there are official media outlets that publish videos created internally and approved by ISIS leaders, and there are outlets that have close ties to the group, but are run by supporters rather than official ISIS members.

    Political observers took note in March when Trump appeared in a propaganda video which celebrated the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium. But experts were quick to point out that the video was produced by the Al-Battar Media Foundation, a pro-ISIS organization that isn't officially affiliated with the group.

    Still, videos like these are viewed by supporters who might eventually feel compelled to act on these calls to terror from their home countries.
    "Anything with Trump is going to attract attention and provoke controversy," Alberto Fernandez, a former US ambassador who led the State Department's Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications, told Business Insider in March. "It's going to get clicks, which is of course what they want," he continued. "They are in the media business."

    ISIS supporters have also used social-media platforms and messaging apps to highlight Trump.

    Foreign Affairs looked at Arabic-language propaganda and found that ISIS spokesmen and supporters have used Telegram, an encrypted-messaging app ISIS uses to spread propaganda, to encourage support for a Trump presidency.

    "Trump's reign in America will unsettle [Gulf] rulers and make them vulnerable," one message read. "The religious clerics of these rulers will not be able to defend them, and large numbers of people will join jihad."

    Another message on the app read: "I ask Allah to deliver America to Trump." Yet another said: "The 'facilitation' of Trump's arrival in the White House must be a priority for jihadists at any cost!!!"

    Twitter is also a popular platform for ISIS supporters.

    Foreign Affairs noted some of these pro-Trump tweets. One said, "This is the time of Trump. ... They see it as Armageddon and we see it as Dabiq." Another said, "Congratulations to us on the victory of Trump! Sit back and relax and watch the end of America at his hands. Dabiq is waiting."

    A December report from the SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist activity online, found similar tweets.

    After Trump's statement proposing the ban on Muslims entering the US, jihadists on Twitter reportedly expressed a "lack of surprise" and characterized the proposal as "Western oppression against Muslims," according to SITE.

    One tweet from an ISIS supporter said: "Why are people shocked with Trump he only said what most kufar [disbelievers] are afraid of saying." Another ISIS supporter tweeted, "The actions of Trump are just a trailer of what is awaiting Muslims in future in" Western countries. And yet another ISIS sympathizer said, "I wonder if President Trump will allow Muslims to leave the US for Dawlah [ISIS territory]. He hates Muslims so much, allow those that want to leave and live with other committed brothers and sisters without kuffar oppression."

    Nance said Trump lacks the temperament to be president.

    ISIS "already been recruiting off of him," he said. "He is the ISIS candidate."
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