“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."
Clinton is just dirty.ReplyDelete
She's been in the game way too long.Delete
In the old days she would have been described as influenced by the devil.Delete
These days she can be described as mentally ill.
Take your choice.
Does anyone else feel a sudden chill in the air when thinking of how many people she can pull into her orbit ?Delete
Or is that just because I forgot to close my window and a gust of air came up ?
We interrupt this report on a hard-nut Milwaukee sheriff declaring "it's pitchforks and torches time", and calling for a coup should Hillary Clinton win the US election, to bring news of a secondary implosion within the imploding Trump campaign.ReplyDelete
A poll by The Washington Post, the first detailed assessment of likely voter reaction to the assault accusations against Trump and his response, indicates his credibility is shot.
Among its findings:
- 68 per cent believe Trump made unwanted sexual advances towards women; just 14 per cent say he has not.
- 57 per cent judge his response to be insincere; 40 per cent believe him.
- 52 per cent reject his claim that the "grab them by the pussy" video was nothing more that "locker room banter". The same 40 per cent believe him.
And the Trump tweets just kept on coming: "The election is absolutely being rigged by the dishonest and distorted media pushing Crooked Hillary - but also at many polling places - SAD."
Republican HQ in NC firebombed....DRUDGEReplyDelete
CNN, the Clinton News Network, without knowing anything about what might have really happened, blames Trump -
CNN blames Trump....DRUDGE
Speculation abounds -
My hunch is neither Clinton or Trump had anything to do with it, because neither of them are that dumb.Delete
CNN’s Stelter Blames Firebombing of NC Republican Office on Trump's 'Over Heated' RhetoricDelete
By Nicholas Fondacaro | October 16, 2016 | 7:21 PM EDT
Horrible news broke Sunday afternoon as details emerged of the vicious firebombing of the Orange County GOP Head Quarters in North Carolina. Nobody was killed in the attack, which is being described as a “political terrorism,” although the office itself was lost. According to authorities “Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” was spray-painted on a building close to the attack, but that didn’t stop CNN’s Brian Stelter from concluding Donald Trump’s “over heated the rhetoric” was what caused the attack.
During a segment on CNN’s Newsroom, the panel Stelter was on was discussing the recent series of death threats being received by an Arizona newspaper. “So the Arizona Republic getting so many death threats over an endorsement is an example of how over heated the rhetoric is,” Stelter then pivoted, “Another example out of North Carolina today, the firebombing of a local GOP office.”
“We have no idea who has done this. We don’t know if it’s a Republican, a Democrat, a movement. No idea. Could be some core of extremists, some sort of radical,” Stelter rambled on. But according to a report by The Hill, two hours before Stelter was on air, authorities found the graffiti labeling local Republicans as Nazis. That’s not really a term Republicans like to call each other oddly enough, it’s usually a term flung by the left.
“But that kind of action is unacceptable,” Stelter stated before setting his sights on Trump. “And we need to have the temperature come down on all sides right now,” he opined, “Unfortunately, Donald Trump is the lead in terms of raising the temperature at this moment in time.”
Stelter was silent in April, 2015 after his CNN colleague Marc Lamont Hill praised the Baltimore riots as an “uprising” against “police terrorism.” Yet, he was quick to jump to the conclusion that Trump’s rhetoric causes such events.
Trump, of course, opens his mouth and blames, not Hillary, but some misguided thuggish Hillary supporters.
I think it was a false flag operation by David Duke, myself.
I know I didn't do it.
Maybe The Donald's late night tweets are somehow responsible.Delete
His wife did warn him about the 'double tweets'.
Maybe it was a savvy landlord looking to finally cash in on his fire insurance.Delete
"Always vote for a sinner over the devil himself"ReplyDelete
Old adage from the early English democracy era.
How many yoga emails have Wikileaks, and/or the Russians come across?ReplyDelete
They are all yoga emails, with a few concerning wedding plans mixed in.Delete
Hillary said so.
Unlawful to search Wikileaks.ReplyDelete
CNN tells me so.
The Law comes down from the Clinton News Network, just like in Russia of old it came down from Pravda.Delete
CAUGHT ON TAPE: Bill Clinton 'Equal Opportunity F*cker'...
'I've Got Good Taste'....DRUDGE
Equal Opportunity Fucker.....well that makes it OK then.....
What was his favorite part to taste?Delete
Julian Assange’s internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party. We have activated the appropriate contingency plans.ReplyDelete
1:33 AM - 17 Oct 2016
THE INTERNET IS ONE OF THE FEW, IF NOT ONLY, AVAILABLE WAYS FOR JULIAN ASSANGE, WHO HAS BEEN LOCKED UP IN THE ECUADORIAN EMBASSY IN LONDON, TO BE IN TOUCH WITH THE WORLD.ReplyDelete
The news comes as WikiLeaks is releasing damaging documents, namely hacked emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta, which could ruin Clinton’s chances of becoming the next US president.
The 9th release, the latest, occurred on Sunday, bringing the total number of leaked files to over 12,000.
Among the hundreds of emails released are discussions about appealing to black voters, Hillary’s email apologies, and Chelsea Clinton being described by one of her father’s longtime aides as a ‘backstabber.’
The batch also comes amid revelations of Clinton’s cozy relationship with the mainstream media, and how they work closely to control the media landscape and set up stories that show her in a favorable light.
Earlier this month, it emerged that Hillary Clinton reportedly wanted to “drone” WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange when she was the US secretary of state.
According to True Pundit, Clinton and the State Department were under pressure to silence the whistleblower in the months before WikiLeaks dumped some 250,000 diplomatic cables from 1966 to 2010, dubbed CableGate.
Unidentified State Department sources claimed Clinton asked “can’t we just drone this guy?”.
‘FRAMING’ INFORMATION FOR ‘NEWS HYENAS’ReplyDelete
Clinton’s senior aides discussed ways to take the lead over, or “frame”, a news story set to break about “missing” emails, passed on to investigators by long term Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal.
The discussion came a day before the US State Department - investigating Clinton’s alleged violation of government protocol - confirmed 15 emails given to the Benghazi Select Committee by Blumenthal had not been part of the 30,000 turned over by Clinton.
In an email dated June 24, 2015, Clinton’s traveling press secretary talks about the impending US State Department announcement, saying the campaign team should work with the Associated Press to circulate their response.