5 Repugnant Scandals That Should’ve Ended Hillary Clinton’s Career But Didn’t (VIDEO)
If we lived in a world in which the news was actually the news, in which the truth really would set us free, and in which people were judged on their actual integrity instead of their soundbites, this sham of an election could never have reached its current depths.
Americans like to smugly mock the “banana republics” with their fake elections, their illusory shows of democracy, and their blatantly corrupt officials, but are we honestly any better?
5 Wikileaks Revelations That Everyone Needs to Know About
If we were actually a superior society, any of these 5 Wikileaks revelations would have ended the career of super-villain and criminal mastermind, Hillary Clinton, all by themselves. And yet, we have these revelations, the book Crisis of Character, the documentary Clinton Cash, and many more unpalatable bites of information about HRC and she’s not only still in the race – she’s leading it….
See what I mean?
She doesn’t even try to hide her contempt for Americans, including those in her own voting pool, and somehow, she is all set to become the next president of the United States. What the heck, people.
Either the majority is not paying attention…or, like I’ve been saying, the game is so thoroughly rigged that she could don a Satanic headpiece and sacrifice a baby onstage at the next debate and still be assured of her seat in the Oval Office.
What can we do about this?
We can share this information. We can spread this proof of her duplicity. We can be so loud that no one can ignore us, and we’ll get through to a few. More people than ever are beginning to see through the sham that is our government.
Wake more people up – this is how we can make a difference.
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