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Friday, October 7, 2016

WikiLeaks releases some of Clinton's emails on paid speeches

It's a miracle that Hillary Clinton's email server was able to be hacked--just kidding--it's a miracle that half the American public still thinks she should be president. 

The emails show that her campaign was very concerned that her paid speeches to Wall Street firms made behind closed doors would go public and her real beliefs would be made public. 

Oh, the inhumanity.

Excerpts of her speeches were emailed to her campaign chairman John Podesta and on Friday they were leaked to WikiLeaks. The emails show Clinton promoting herself as a proponent of free trade and open borders.

"My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders," she told a Brazilian bank in 2013. This doesn't bode well for those of us who want to close our borders and make the country more secure, particularly from Islamic terrorism that has grown like a tumor in Western Europe.

"We have to resist, protectionism, other kinds of barriers to market access and to trade."

'Lying Hillary' opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a candidate, but backed it as secretary of state. 

When Hillary's campaign research director Tony Carrk learned about the leak, he was so freaked out over the political impact it would have if the speeches went public that he sent John Podesta some possible headlines that might result:

"CLINTON ADMITS SHE IS OUT OF TOUCH," "CLINTON SAYS YOU NEED TO HAVE A PRIVATE AND PUBLIC POSITION ON POLICY," and "CLINTON REMARKS ARE PRO KEYSTONE AND PRO TRADE," he wrote in a January 2016 email.
Clinton was paid as much as $225,000 per speech and received over $3 million from financial firms. 

Gee, I wonder how much "pay-to-play" it takes to get a sleepover in the White House. I know when Bill resided there, he rented out the place and even removed the silverware when he left.