In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, it is no secret that Hillary Clinton is one super-connected and immensely corrupt politician.
Clinton has been deemed a sure bet for the White House, as it’s widely speculated the inflammatory Donald Trump and socialist-leaning Bernie Sanders stray too far from establishment politics to be truly electable.
In a report this week, the Free Thought Project conducted an examination of the newly released database of her emails and revealed her ties to both the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds — two families with highly questionable pasts.
Forget about the conspiracy realm for the moment and just look at the fact that politicians on both the left and right have called for her indictment because of the mountains of evidence implicating her in criminal activities. Aside from her criminal past, multiple videos have surfaced showing evidence of voter fraud during several primary elections.
Her media influence is well-known and it even extends into the realm of satire. As we reported last month, Hillary’s top donor, owner of Univision Communications, and pro-Israel fanatic, Haim Saban recently acquired the Onion and began posting pro-Hillary pieces immediately.
However, in spite of the mounds of evidence against her, Hillary Clinton is not only a free woman, she’s being celebrated by the mainstream media as some hero.
Somehow, people continue to buy all the lies that she is selling, and a recent clip from MSNBC may let us know why that is.
On Tuesday night, in a report about the election results in Arizona, talking head Chris Matthews was blabbering away as usual when he began to praise Bernie Sanders and his policy regarding free college. A few seconds into the rant and Matthews looks flustered and he begins to fidget, glancing back and forth and then, finally, he has enough, interrupts and says it out loud, “just a moment….am I supposed to stop talking?” he asks. “No.” replies a voice. “Somebody just told me too,” says Matthews, clearly frustrated.
A few seconds into the rant and Matthews looks flustered and he begins to fidget, glancing back and forth and then, finally, he has enough, interrupts and says it out loud, “just a moment….am I supposed to stop talking?” he asks. “No.” replies a voice. “Somebody just told me too,” says Matthews, clearly frustrated.
Matthews then resumes talking.
At best, this could be pure coincidence, at worst, and not that unlikely, Matthews was told to stop talking because he wasn’t praising the establishment’s choice for president.
As the Free Thought Project covers the presidential candidates and their various blunders, depending on which candidate we criticize, we are accused of supporting the ‘other guy.’ It is important to note that the Free Thought Project does not and has not endorsed any individual candidate. If you look through our archives, you will find that we have exposed dirt on all of them.