Part III of the undercover investigation dives further into the back room dealings of Democratic politics. It exposes prohibited communications between Hillary Clinton’s campaign, the DNC and the non-profit organization Americans United for Change. And, it’s all disguised as a duck.
Several Project Veritas Action undercover journalists catch Democracy Partners founder directly implicating Hillary Clinton in FEC violations.
“In the end, it was the candidate, Hillary Clinton, the future president of the United States, who wanted ducks on the ground,” says Creamer in one of several exchanges. “So, by God, we would get ducks on the ground.”
It is made clear that high-level DNC operative Creamer realized that this direct coordination between Democracy Partners and the campaign would be damning when he said: “Don’t repeat that to anybody.” (more…)
Hillary is using Alicia Machado to spotlight Trump’s war on women, but what about Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Monica Lewinsky, and many others who Hillary tried to destroy.
The Hillary / Trump / Alicia Machado dust up is one of the reasons we think this is a presidential election of not who one wants to see in the White House, or even who is slightly less likable than the other.
No, this is an election of “who is more despicable.”
In 1995 Alicia Machado won the Miss. Venezuela beauty contest. She later won the Miss Universe crown in 1996.
After winning the Miss Universe pageant, Machodo gained weight. A lot of weight. For a person whose primary job is to keep trim, look good, and smile for cameras, the weight gain was seen as a problem by the contest organizers as well as the press.
Trump, who at that time owned the Miss Universe pageant, was less than sensitive to the weight gain of Machado. On the one hand, he was encouraging her to get into the gym, hiring trainers and dietitians. On the other hand, in public he called her “Miss Piggy” and made off statements such as:
She was the worst we ever had. The worst. The absolute worst. She was impossible. She was the winner, and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem.
During last weeks debate, Clinton raised the Marchado incident as an example of Trump’s “war on women.”
That “war on women” is quite an interesting charge being made by Clinton as she has gone after Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Monica Lewinsky, all of whom had some sort of sexual encounter with her husband. (more…)
In case you missed it, Katie Couric, head of Yahoo’s News Division, was the executive producer of an alleged “documentary” on guns in the US. The film was produced and directed by anti gun activist Stephanie Soechtig
At a point in the film, Couric asks a group of people from the Virginia Citizens Defense League:
“If there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from purchasing a gun?”
There is an 8 second gap between the question and the answer. The film seems to show that the people are confused or don’t know how to respond.
Here’s the relevant portion of the video:
The problem is that the people did respond immediately. The Virginia Citizens Defense League made an audio recording of the interview:
The footage used in the documentary was actually footage shot before the interview took place and inserted into the film and changed the whole tenor and meaning of what happened. Instead of the portrayal of being confused and not knowing how to answer, the members of the discussion group were well prepared and ready with an multiple answers.
Caught in a lie and deception, one would think Soechtig would apologize.