Clinton Cash, is a feature documentary based on the Peter Schweizer book that the New York Times hailed as “The most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle.”
Clinton Cash investigates how Bill and Hillary Clinton went from being “dead broke” after leaving the White House to amassing a net worth of over $150 million, with over $2 billion in donations to their foundation. This wealth was accumulated during Mrs. Clinton’s tenure as US Secretary of State through lucrative speaking fees and contracts paid for by foreign companies and Clinton Foundation donors.
The Clinton Foundation dishonorably advertises itself as a charity. After an investigation using their own 2013 tax filings, it was learned that only 10 percent of the money was donated to charity. Any honorable charity sends up to 75 percent of all of its money to charity.
Charity Navigater is a company that rates charitable organizations. They found that they couldn’t properly rate the Clinton Foundation so they removed it from their list of recommended charities. It’s no wonder the Clinton Foundation was never mentioned by anyone at the 2016 Democrat Convention.
It’s election time so the democrat scaremongers are out in force to scare their democrat base into voting the right way. Which brings us to Keith Ellison. He is a democrat representative from Minnesota. He happens to be the Co-Chairman of the Progressive Caucus in the House of Representatives. Larry’s main focus these days is getting more democrats-socialists elected because in his mind, “Donald Trump is the worst republican nominee since George Wallace!” Really?
Turns out Keith Ellison isn’t the wizard of smart he and everyone thinks he is. It figures. All you need to understand is that democrat/socialist/progresses are dumbasses who know nothing about history. If Keith did know a little about history he would understand George Wallace was a racist, democrat governor from the state of Alabama. He ran for president three times. Wallace believed in segregation so much that it was part of his platform in his 1968 presidential campaign. He believed that black students should not be allowed to be educated at the University of Alabama. He was a modern day democrat.
Hey Keith? Instead of worrying about Donald Trump. Why don’t you take a history class instead? Then you would not only find out that George Wallace was a racist democrat, you would also learn that the democrat party invented the Ku Klux Klan. The Klan was formed in the 1800’s to torment, scare black people into voting for democrats in the south. Roughly 3,000 people were murdered by your democrat thug gang. It shouldn’t be Donald Trump or the Republican Party that Keith Ellison should be worrying about. He should be more concerned about the racist past of his democrat party. Today, instead of using the Ku Klux Klan to intimidate blacks into voting democrat, they use other blacks who are ignorant of the historical facts like Mr. Ellison to carry out the same strategy.
Thankfully, the republican convention finally came to a close last night. Many of the speeches given there sounded a lot like a speech you would here at the democrat convention. You could barely tell the difference between the two. At this week’s republican convention the only person talking about conservative principles was Ted Cruz. His speech highlighted the once held importance of conservative principles such as freedom, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. For his effort he got booed off the stage.
There was much to do about Melania Trump’s speech. She was caught plaguerizing a 2008 speech given by the democrat wife of Barack Obama. Melania’s speech highlighted democrat talking points that portrayed women as victims. Again, these are issues that democrats use at their convention to portray women as victims. Last night, Ivanka Trump used her speech to portray women as victims much like what you would hear at a democrat convention. In fact, her speech used the same talking points Hillary Clinton uses in her stump speech on the campaign trail. Does this woman sound like a republican to you?
In this day and age you can’t tell the difference between the two political parties anymore. That’s because there are practically no recognizable differences between the two parties. The two political parties have dangerously become the same big government, collectivist entities that want to grow government larger and larger. Donald Trump’s main theme in his speech was that he alone will make government “smarter.” That happens to be eerily similar to another theme (smart power) that Hillary Clinton has used in the past to describe her perceived brilliance when dealing with her foreign policy decisions.
So what is the difference between the two parties? Why all the fighting and bickering between the two when they are basically promoting the same thing? Why waste time, energy and money on two conventions that basically have the same message? It is actually quite sad to learn that in today’s political world there are no significant differences between the two parties. They don’t stand for the principles and beliefs that founded our once great country. They no longer stand for freedom, liberty and constitutionality anymore. We always knew the democrat party moored away from those values years ago. Sadly, this week we found out that the Republican Party has done the same thing. We found out this week if someone did stand for up those values, you would get booed off the stage.
Even before Ted Cruz concluded his speech last night in Cleveland, it was obvious he was not going to kiss the brass ring of the 2016 republican presidential nominee. The angry and boisterous crowd began to realize an endorsement was not going to be forthcoming so they began voicing their displeasure with the Texas senator without realizing thier own nominee never expected or wanted an endorsement in the first place. In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper in late March, Mr. Trump insisted he didn’t need an endorsement from Ted Cruz. He wasn’t even expecting one.
As for those who are upset and bent out of shape that Ted Cruz renounced his pledge to support the eventual nominee, Donald Trump renounced the same pledge back in March. So get down off your convention chair and shut the fuck up! If your boy can’t win without the endorsement of someone else, that’s your own damn fault!
What goes around comes around in the world of politics. You would think that these imbecilic delegates in the convention hall would understand this. Not only did their guy with the brass ring walk away from his pledge to support the eventual nominee, he was ok with the idea of the other guy doing the same thing. So stop all the whining about what Ted Cruz didn’t do last night in Cleveland. Donald Trump brought all of this disunity on himself by insulting every single candidate down the line. What good is a pledge if your boy with the brass ring doesn’t follow it himself?
Hours before last week’s massacre of five white police officers in Dallas, Texas, Nation of Islam founder Louis Farrakhan had this inflamatory missive for his followers, “there is no freedom without the shedding of blood” and that “the white man is worthy to be hated for all the things he has done.” Does this sound like a crazy man throwing gasoline on a fire?
Just yesterday a former member of the Nation of Islam, Gavin Long seemingly followed minister Farrahkan’s vile missive and systematically shot and killed three police officers and wounded several more in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Shouldn’t Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam get any blame for fanning the flames of hate?
New evidence suggests Gavin Long was also in Dallas when another former Nation of Islam member Micah Johnson executed five police officers in cold blood. They were both Nation of Islam racists who had a profound hatred for all white people. It is the same hatred that has been fomented by the president of the United States, Al Sharpton, Hillary Clinton and Louis Farrakhan. Their meme is always that same tired belief that racism begins and ends with white people. These fools need to condemn no one but themselves. Because it is always they who continue to throw gasoline on the fire of racism by using inflammatory rhetoric that fuels the engine of hate.