While castigating supporters of GOP nominee Donald Trump as racists, Hillary Clinton, the Democrat candidate recently dubbed “Islam’s whore” by a British political party, went full tinfoil and declared that a vast global conspiracy is out to get her. It’s not the first time she’s done this.
You may recall that back in 1998, she told NBC’s Matt Lauer that a “vast right-wing conspiracy” had targeted her husband.
“You have said, I understand, to some close friends, that this is the last great battle, and that one side or the other is going down here,” Lauer said.
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“Well, I don’t know if I’ve been that dramatic. That would sound like a good line from a movie. But I do believe that this is a battle. I mean, look at the very people who are involved in this—they have popped up in other settings. This is—the great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president,” Clinton responded.
Now it seems that conspiracy has gone global and according to Hillary, Russian President Vladimir Putin is the godfather.
Here’s a partial transcript, provided by Breitbart.com (Emphasis added):
The de facto merger between Breitbart and the Trump Campaign represents a landmark achievement for the “Alt-Right.” A fringe element has effectively taken over the Republican Party.
This is part of a broader story — the rising tide of hardline, right-wing nationalism around the world.
Just yesterday, one of Britain’s most prominent right-wing leaders, Nigel Farage, who stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum on leaving the European Union, campaigned with Donald Trump in Mississippi.
Farage has called for a ban on the children of legal immigrants from public schools and health services, has said women are quote “worth less” than men, and supports scrapping laws that prevent employers from discriminating based on race — that’s who Trump wants by his side.
The godfather of this global brand of extreme nationalism is Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In fact, Farage has appeared regularly on Russian propaganda programs.
Now he’s standing on the same stage as the Republican nominee.
Farage responded to Clinton’s conspiracy theory by suggesting she focus on issues in the U.S rather than attacking him with questionable claims.
“I think Hillary Clinton is running scared. Her attacks on me are completely baseless. She sounds rather like Bob Geldof and can’t accept Brexit,” he told Breitbart.
“Perhaps Mrs. Clinton should spend more time speaking to normal, working people in her country than trying to attack me using dodgy half-quotes,” he said.
Mr. Farage did not actually ever suggest that the children of legal immigrants are banned from public schools, but rather suggested that people who have not paid in to the UK tax system should not be the beneficiaries of public money until they have paid in. His comments, used widely out of context by Mrs. Clinton, also included the idea of having private insurance to use Britain’s public services – a common thing in the United States.
He has previously stood by the idea that women who take maternity leave are perceived by employers to be “worth less” than men, though never opined on whether or not that was fair or just. He also supports scrapping EU discrimination law, but has stood by the fact that the British parliament could easily enact these laws, if necessary, themselves.
Her comments linking Mr. Farage and Mr. Trump to Vladimir Putin were reported on by Breitbart London recently. It was a “Project Fear” tactic used by the ‘Remain’ campaign during the European Union referendum which Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Obama’s side lost.
Moreover, Breitbart said, Farage has “never claimed” to be part of the “alt right” and has “actively distanced himself from many public figures who are perceived as such.”
Wait, Hillary lied? Say it ain’t so…
“No one should have any illusions about what’s really going on here,” Hillary said before declaring her opponents to be racists and white nationalists.
She’s right about that — no one should have any illusions that Hillary is a tyrannical statist who seeks to silence dissent by any means necessary, and would do so with the full force of the government should she be elected to the White House.
“There’s an old Mexican proverb that says ‘Tell me with whom you walk, and I will tell you who you are,'” she added.
We know that Clinton referred to former Sen. Robert Byrd — a highly ranked Klansman — as a mentor and heaped praise on him.
We know that her foundation has accepted millions from Muslim countries governed by strict Islamic Sharia law.
We know that she once promised Muslim nations the government would intimidate Americans who disagree with the tenets of radical Islam and she once said that Muslims have nothing whatsoever to do with Islamic terrorism.
She’s also been endorsed by the Communist Party USA, has espoused Marxist ideology and demonstrated a remarkable disdain for the Constitution and the rule of law.
As for ties to Russia, the New York Observer reported:
“…recent revelations indicate that Hillary’s dubious Kremlin ties go far deeper. A new report by Peter Schweizer, who’s spent years investigating the dubious and convoluted finances of Clinton, Inc., raises troubling questions about just how deep Hillary’s Moscow’s ties are—and whom exactly they’re with.
Schweizer shows that John Podesta sat on the board of a Dutch-registered company that took $35 million from the Kremlin. The company was a transparent Russian front, and how much Podesta was compensated—and for what—is unclear. In addition, Podesta failed to disclose his position on that board to the Federal government, as required by law.
Even worse is how Clinton, Inc. profited from the Russian “reset” that was one of the big achievements of Hillary’s tenure at Foggy Bottom. Never mind that the reset was a disaster, culminating in Kremlin aggression against Ukraine. Hillary’s signature program at the State Department ended in unambiguous failure. Yet Clinton, Inc. did very well out of the temporary warming of relations with Moscow.
As part of the reset, Hillary encouraged and enabled American and European investment in Russia, particularly in high-tech firms. A key role was played by the Skolkovo Innovation Center, a sprawling complex in Moscow’s western suburbs that was established in 2009 as Russia’s answer to Silicon Valley. With encouragement from the State Department, American companies jumped aboard. Cisco pledged $1 billion of investment in Skolkovo in 2010, and Google and Intel quickly joined the bandwagon. All three “just happened” to be major investors in the Clinton Foundation too.
One Twitter user posted this as a reminder of statements she reportedly made in the past:
Another reminded the Twitterverse of the millions she’s taken from Saudi Arabia:
And of course, we can’t forget Hillary’s ties to George Soros, the billionaire who’s funded her campaign to the tune of some $25 million. As we noted here, he was her puppet-master during her tenure in the State Department and would no doubt play that same role in her administration should she win in November.
Yes, Hillary has shown us all who she really is by her associations, effectively hoisting herself on her own petard.
No, Hillary, there’s not a global conspiracy out to get you. There are, however, a lot of people who see you as a very clear and present danger to America.
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