Political herpes Hillary Clinton is a gift that keeps on giving, and she’s flaring up again in time to lose again in 2020.
Public position is she supports you. What’s the private? Try defending this position to a child, they’d call you on it. We’re not children. This admission makes it IMPOSSIBLE for the state media, for anyone to defend her positions. Clinton supporters can literally never know if “public and private” position favors them. Chew on that. See them at:
Author and journalist H.A. Goodman raises a good point when he points out that if she even tried to get a job at McDonald's, and they did a background check, she would not be hired because she is at the center of a criminal FBI investigation. The GOP knows this full well, but will allow and encourage, in contained glee, for the Hillary camp to push her nomination and will do everything possible to ensure this. Afterwards, when it is too late to change horses, they will go all out on exposing this simple fact and much more, along with a major media campaign demanding an indictment. […]
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Please note both are fear-based narratives consistent with the most nefarious psyops and propaganda in politics. A narrative, in political terms, is a fictional story that is intended to frame a candidate in a positive or negative light. In modern attacks they are conveyed by manipulative and deceptive editing of video and/or audio which is then amplified in the media.
It is the opposite of the history of a candidate, which relies on facts and records. Here, the DNC outlines the framing of Donald Trump and the narrative to be used. they also did this to Bernie Sanders, with that narrative being that he's a commie, crazy, and his supporters are violent, and dangerous "Bernie Bros." The term framing is self-evident: you are setting someone up for something they did not, or do not do. Bernie, in the chair throwing myth, was framed. […]