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YouTube joins Alt-Left Antifa terrorists to suppress Free Speech

YouTube joins Alt-Left Antifa terrorists to suppress Free Speech

YouTube censorship1. New Rules:

Recently YouTube published new rules to suppress Freedom of Speech in its ‘Official Blog’ by increasing the amount of censorship on content they found to be “controversial” even if it didn’t break any laws or violate the site’s user agreement.


Tougher standards: We’ll soon be applying tougher treatment to videos that aren’t illegal but have been flagged by users as potential violations of our policies on hate speech and violent extremism. If we find that these videos don’t violate our policies but contain controversial religious or supremacist content, they will be placed in a limited state. The videos will remain on YouTube behind an interstitial, won’t be recommended, won’t be monetized, and won’t have key features including comments, suggested videos, and likes. We’ll begin to roll this new treatment out to videos on desktop versions of YouTube in the coming weeks, and will bring it to mobile experiences soon thereafter. These new approaches entail significant new internal tools and processes, and will take time to fully implement 

Early intervention and expanding counter-extremism work: We’ve started rolling out features from Jigsaw’s Redirect Method to YouTube. When people search for sensitive keywords on YouTube, they will be redirected towards a playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages. We also continue to amplify YouTube voices speaking out against hate and radicalization through our YouTube Creators for Change program. Just last week, the U.K. chapter of Creators for Change, Internet Citizens, hosted a two-day workshop for 13-18 year-olds to help them find a positive sense of belonging online and learn skills on how to participate safely and responsibly on the internet. We also pledged to expand the program’s reach to 20,000 more teens across the U.K.

What does this mean to users? Under the guise of “fight terror content online,” the move was nothing more than a thinly-veiled attempt to censor conservative speech to give their opponents an upper hand. Furthermore, the new censorship rule negatively affect not only the content creators but also YouTube user who merely searches for keywords that YouTube deems ‘questionable’, for whatever reason, as he or she will be promptly redirected to propaganda videos intended to “directly confront and debunk” whatever ‘questionable’ content that user was looking for. In other words, this is not just censorship, it’s active brainwashing. Indeed, YouTube, owned by Google, wants to control not only what information one creates, but also what information one consumes. It’s not only 1984 Big Brother’s, it’s 1933 (Nazi propaganda) and 1940 (Soviet propaganda) combined.

According to a post on YouTube’s official blog, videos will now be subject to the rule of the mob. If enough users flag a video as “hate speech” or “violent extremism,” YouTube may impose restrictions on the content even if it breaks none of the platform’s rules.

We’ll soon be applying tougher treatment to videos that aren’t illegal but have been flagged by users as potential violations of our policies on hate speech and violent extremism. If we find that these videos don’t violate our policies but contain controversial religious or supremacist content, they will be placed in a limited state. The videos will remain on YouTube behind an interstitial, won’t be recommended, won’t be monetized, and won’t have key features including comments, suggested videos, and likes.

YouTube has also rolled out a “trusted flagger” program, in which 15 “expert NGOs and institutions” to help them identify hate speech and extremism on their platform.

Among these organizations are the No Hate Speech Movement, a left-wing project pushed by the Council of Europe, as well as the Anti-Defamation League, an organization whose president has been accused of “manufacturing outrage” by the World Jewish Congress.

YouTube is also planning to artificially alter its search results so that searches for “sensitive” topics on YouTube no longer return the most popular videos, but a “playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages.”

The platform also plans to artificially promote videos created via its “Creators for Change” program,  which, in YouTube’s words, features creators who are “using their voices and creativity to speak out against hate speech, xenophobia and extremism.”

We’ve started rolling out features from Jigsaw’s Redirect Method to YouTube. When people search for sensitive keywords on YouTube, they will be redirected towards a playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages. We also continue to amplify YouTube voices speaking out against hate and radicalization through our YouTube Creators for Change program. Just last week, the U.K. chapter of Creators for Change, Internet Citizens, hosted a two-day workshop for 13-18 year-olds to help them find a positive sense of belonging online and learn skills on how to participate safely and responsibly on the internet.

YouTube framed its blog post around fighting “terror content,” yet their announcement also strays into areas that have nothing to do with fighting terrorism, like the company’s diversity efforts. The blog post boasts about YouTube’s involvement with the  “Creators for Change workshop” in which “creators teamed up with Indonesia’s Maarif Institute to teach young people about the importance of diversity, pluralism, and tolerance.”

YouTube’s “Creators for Change” program is filled with progressives who, in YouTube’s words, are “tackling social issues and promoting awareness, tolerance and empathy on their YouTube channels.” Yet Laci Green, MTV’s famous feminist sex educator, one of Time Magazine’s 30 most influential people on the internet, and one of the most successful feminists on YouTube is nowhere to be found.

YouTube uses a combination of machine learning and volunteer “experts” to flag that needs review. It also plans to implement “tougher standards” for videos that are controversial but do not violate the site’s terms of service.

YouTube says it isn’t going to remove the borderline content entirely, but will instead place these videos in a purgatory state preventing them from being monetized or promoted. To facilitate these changes, YouTube will be artificially altering its search algorithms to prevent offensive topics from discovery.

We’ll soon be applying tougher treatment to videos that aren’t illegal but have been flagged by users as potential violations of our policies on hate speech and violent extremism. If we find that these videos don’t violate our policies but contain controversial religious or supremacist content, they will be placed in a limited state. The videos will remain on YouTube behind an interstitial, won’t be recommended, won’t be monetized, and won’t have key features including comments, suggested videos, and likes.

Victims of Alt-Left Antifa terrorists

According to YouTube, the system, while largely automated, will mix in human reviews in the form of its already established “Trusted Flagger” volunteer program that works with over 15 institutions to deal with extremist content, including the Anti-Defamation League.

The ADL recently released a list naming members of the “alt-right” and the “alt-lite,” the latter of which included controversial YouTube personalities like Gavin McInnes, Mike Cernovich, and Brittany Pettibone. Curiously, the ADL is selective in what it chooses to label as “extremism.” It does not have violent far-left ideologies like Antifa and militant leftist organizations like Redneck Revolt on its radar.


YouTube demonetize & censors Infowars broadcaster Paul Joseph Watson.


YouTube demonetize & censors Conservative Mark Dice.


YouTube demonetize & censors Donald Trump supporters Diamond & Silk.


YouTube demonetize & censors YouTube personality Phillip DeFranco.

2. Who are YouTube and Google supporting?

YouTube and Google are supporting Alt-Left Antifa terrorists, leftists, liberals, Islamofascists, and Democrats. These are the unholy alliance as its fascist members all share the common goal of suppression of the freedom of speech by all means necessary, including violence, destruction, assassination and mass murdering for political and religious reasons, toward dominating if not overthrowing the current democratically elected government.

Donald Trump supporters Diamond & Silk censored by YouTube.

3. Google supports Democrats (since at least 2008)

The Groundwork, Quartz reporters Adam Pasick and Tim Fernholz note, is the third Schmidt-funded startup run by former Obama campaign staffers. The other two, Civis and, emerged out of Obama’s campaign, but the Groundwork is different because Schmidt backed it before the Clinton campaign even got underway. It’s already giving her campaign a leg up on the competition.

Should Schmidt’s company continue to provide the primary digital firepower for the Clinton campaign, he will be able to wield a degree of influence far beyond what normal wealthy donors might achieve by making maximum campaign contributions or pouring money into a super PAC. “That’s the beauty of the Groundwork,” write Pasick and Fernholz. “Instead of putting money behind a Super PAC that can’t coordinate with the campaign, a well-connected donor like Schmidt can fund a startup to do top-grade work for a campaign, with the financial outlay structured as an investment, not a donation.”

Google already permeates our digital lives – from e-mail, to advertising, to transportation – Google is everywhere. Other campaigns by Bernie Sanders or Republican contenders almost certainly will not be able to match the connections Schmidt brings nor draw the same caliber of engineers to the rough-and-tumble campaign work that Schmidt can.

Google has been relying on cronyism to overhaul the patent system. Google is doing this through an extensive network of political appointees working inside the Obama Administration – and they are pushing an overhaul that would help stifle America’s top innovators. They’ve given political contributions to politicians that further their ends – like President Obama. Google employees donated about $800,000 to each of his campaigns.

And Obama gives back. Google only received a slap on the wrist after the Federal Trade Commission investigated its practice of favoring its own products in Google searches. And when the Federal Communications Commission was on the verge of implementing net neutrality through Title II regulation, Google received improper access to the plan and convinced the FCC to tweak it in the company’s favor.

Google has already received plenty of favorable treatment under the Obama Administration. In 2012, the company emerged unscathedfrom a Federal Trade Commission antitrust investigation into its practice of favoring its own products in Google searches. And earlier this year, Google was given improper access to the FCC’s final decision to embrace net neutrality through Title II regulation and secured a last-minute tweak to the FCC’s new rules.

Given how many former executives at Google worked in the Obama Administration, this was hardly surprising. Former Google patent attorney Michelle Lee, for instance, now serves as the director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark office, a move that is sure to benefit Google’s innovative technological endeavors. The country’s chief technology officer (CTO) Megan Smith spent more than a decade at Google as a Vice President. Alan Davidson, formerly a top Google lobbyist, was recently hired by the Commerce Department for a new position, “director of digital economy,” that seems suspiciously tailor-made for his connections. And the list goes on. This has granted Google special access to the White House – access that far exceeds other companies of similar financial clout and influence.

It’s easy to see how helping elect the next president could help a tech company: “With tech policy an increasingly important part of the president’s job—consider merely the issues of NSA surveillance and anti-trust policy, not to mention self-driving cars and military robots—helping to elect yet another president could be incredibly valuable to Schmidt and to Google,” write Pasick and Fernholz.

A Hillary Clinton presidency would mean Google could continue the crony business model it began under the Obama administration, and Eric Schmidt knows it.

Schmidt also requested a meeting with Bill Clinton in February 2015. “[I]t is about the business [Schmidt] proposes to do with the campaign,” Tina Flournoy, Bill Clinton’s chief of staff, wrote. “He says he’s met with HRC.” “Yup,” Podesta replies. “I’ve talked to him too. Robby is in touch with his team.”

Flournoy also mentioned that Google was lending its corporate jet to fly the Bill Clinton to Africa that summer as part of a Clinton Foundation trip, with the two joking about previous times that it had broken down.

4. Eric Schmidt advises then endorses Hillary Clinton

Wikileaked emails show that Google’s Eric Schmidt drew up a campaign plan a year before she announced she was running for president. Schmidt sent a detailed plan to Cheryl Mills, who had served as Clinton’s chief of staff when she was secretary of state, in April 2014, a full year before the Democratic politician announced her bid for the White House.

Schmidt outlined Hillary’s campaign plan, including where she should base her campaign headquarters (New York City), and as it later turned out, Hillary Clinton did exactly just that.

Schmidt suggested that Hillary Clinton’s campaign be based out of New York or Chicago, but not Washington, D.C. ‘Its important to have a very large hiring pool (such as Chicago or NYC) from which to choose enthusiastic, smart and low paid permanent employees… DC is a poor choice as its full of distractions and interruptions,’ he wrote in the memo, emailed to Mills.

She then passed it along to John Podesta, whose emails were hacked and made public by Wikileaks.

The note was also addressed to Robby Mook, who became Clinton’s campaign manager, and David Plouffe, a veteran of President Barack Obama’s campaign, who now works for Uber.

In October 2014, at least six months prior to Clinton announcing her run for the presidency, a draft memo on digital strategy written by Mook for Hillary Clinton discusses “Eric Schmidt’s company Groundwork,” then a ten-person team developing a dynamic sign-up page and donation tool to be deployed by the campaign when it launched more than six months later. It suggests that campaign staff were eager to have control over their own core technology.

Indeed, an attachment to the email written by Teddy Goff, a former Obama campaign Digital Director now working for the Clinton campaign, appears to discuss “Working relationships with Google, Facebook, Apple, and other technology companies.” Goff further states that the Clinton campaign has “begun having discreet conversations with some of these companies.”

The memo also includes some of Goff’s suggested starting points for the digital campaign to undertake, which are listed as:

  • Raising lots of money;
  • Creating and distributing excellent content, for both supportive and persuadable audiences,on social and paid media and in videos; and
  • Recruiting, engaging, and organizing volunteers and prospective volunteers.

Throughout the memo, Goff repeatedly refers to “Eric Schmidt’s group,” at one point saying, “I have been kept apprised of the work being done by Eric Schmidt’s group and othersworking directly and indirectly with your team. [emphasis added] On the whole, I am comfortable with where we stand and confident in our roadmap to launch day and beyond.”

Schmidt’s team seemed to be quite crucial in the development of Clinton’s online campaign, with Goff saying, “We have instructed Eric’s team to build the most important products in their portfolio—specifically, the back-end of the website, the ability to accept donations (along with associated features, most importantly the ability to store credit card information), and the ability to acquire email addresses—first.”

The Washington Free Beacon proposes that the Eric Schmidt-backed startup known as The Groundwork is the group in question. To date, The Groundwork, who’s website consists simply of a pyramid-like logo, has been paid approximately $600,000 by the Clinton campaign.

Google have previously been accused of manipulating search results in favor of Clinton, while WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has outright claimed that Google is “directly engaged” in the Clinton campaign. With recent revelations that Sheryl Sandberg worked to organise meetings between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the Clinton campaign, it seems that many Silicon Valley elites are attempting to align themselves heavily with the Democratic presidential nominee.

Schmidt publicly endorsed Clinton in June, 2016.

5. The Groundwork

The Groundwork was formed as a Delaware LLC with Schmidt’s backing two months later, in June 2014. As Schmidt advised, its offices were in Brooklyn, blocks from the building that would eventually house Clinton’s campaign headquarters. The company’s leader. Michael Slaby, had been one of Obama’s top digital staffers in 2012.

Slaby hired top engineers from companies like Netflix and Google to build the unsexy but critical back-end infrastructure for signing up supporters and collecting donations, with plans to market the platform to corporate clients through the Groundwork’s parent company, Timshel, also backed by Schmidt.

“There are a lot of people who can write big checks,” Slaby told Quartz last year. “Eric recognizes how the technology he’s been building his whole career can be applied to different spaces. The idea of tech as a force multiplier is something he deeply understands.”

Slaby would not be the only talent that Schmidt helped bring to the campaign. The campaign’s influential chief technology officer, Stephanie Hannon, is a veteran Google engineer. Civis, another company founded by former Obama staffers and funded by Schmidt, has provided some media analytics for the campaign.

Clinton met with Silicon Valley start-up titan’s on the heels of a speech she gave at the New School. Schmidt then wanted her to have a close-door meeting (press not allowed) the heads of Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, Instacart, Munchery, and others, to clarify her previously made statements that made her sound anti the ‘sharing economy’. In other words, Schmidt wanted her to full the full backing of Silicon Valley, and not just of Google, explained Stephanie Hannon, Clinton’s chief technology officer and former Google’s employee.

Aaron is a significant supporter and has maxed out primary contributions,’ the email said of Aaron Levie, the CEO, co-founder and chairman of the storage space start-up Box.

When Wikileaks founder Julian Assange told an open government conference in 2015 that “Google was now Hillary’s secret weapon,” he was undoubtedly referring to The Groundwork, a stealthy startup funded by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt that’s providing consulting services to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign. The Groundwork was building digital infrastructure like the Obama campaign did in 2012, laying “the groundwork’ for personalized, data-driven electioneering in 2016.

While Schmidt has said that he would not work in a Clinton administration, he did not only support her presidential campaign, he directly supervised her campaign staff, just like he did with the Obama administration, with a number of former employees serving in top positions, from U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith to the head of the U.S. Patent Office, Michelle Lee who suddenly retired in June 2017 without warning. The chief technology officer of Clinton’s campaign, Stephanie Hannon, was also hired from Google.

Assange was not the first person to raise concerns about a search algorithm stealing the presidency. Harvard Law professor Jonathan Zittrain has explored how Google or Facebook could influence an election by customizing search results or news, swinging undecided voters to one side or another.

Based on private emails from John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, and revealed by WikiLeaks, a relationship between Hillary Clinton with Eric Schmidt dating back to at least 2008 showed that Google loaned its jet to members of Clinton’s campaign staff on several occasions.

According to a February 2015 email to Podesta from Tina Flournoy — who serves as Bill Clinton’s chief of staff — Google planned to lend its company jet for a trip to Africa. Podesta wrote, “FYI. They are donating the Google plane for the Africa trip.”

It’s not clear what trip they’re talking about, but the email chain also said that Schmidt wanted to meet “WJC,” shorthand for “William Jefferson Clinton.” Given the timing, they may be talking about Bill Clinton’s nine-day trip in May 2015 to Tanzania, Kenya, Liberia and Morocco. The annual trek to Africa included a group of 20 donors and supporters, several of whom were “expected to give generously” to the Hillary Clinton campaign, according to Politico.

Both Podesta and Flournoy wrote that the Google plane has a bad habit of breaking down. While Podesta said it would be a “nice way to travel,” both of them mentioned issues with the plane in the past.

“Yes, until it breaks down in Ethiopia — as it did the last time we used it,” Flournoy wrote.

Podesta responded: “Funny, the only time I was on it, it broke down in Rwanda and we had to fly Ethiopian Airlines home.”

The emails also say that Schmidt had met with Hillary Clinton and spoken with Podesta.

In April 2014, Schmidt sent Hillary Clinton aide Cheryl Mills a detailed plan for the 2016 campaign, writing “If we get started soon, we will be in a very strong position to execute well for 2016.” The plan laid out ideas for the campaign, like where it should be headquartered and who should be hired.

In an email to Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook the same month, Podesta wrote that Schmidt seemed eager to be a part of an exploratory committee and “clearly wants to be head outside advisor, but didn’t seem like he wanted to push others out.” Podesta wrote that Schmidt was “ready to fund, advise recruit talent, etc.” and was “more deferential on structure than I expected.”

Podesta encouraged Mook and Mills to meet with Schmidt to discuss his involvement with the campaign. According to Podesta, Schmidt pressed Podesta to look for young coders “preferably in outer borough NYC” and thought Northern California was too expensive for any kind of Clinton campaign home base.


Hillary Clinton staff John Podesta’s leaked emails

Hillary Clinton staff John Podesta’s leaked emails.

Hillary for prison1. Policy

Transcripts from Hillary Clinton’s lucrative closed-door paid speeches delivered to elite financial firms and other special interests groups (which she has refused and failed to disclose to the public after much demand) have finally surfaced: (See Attachment)

Clinton staff conspiring to stage ‘leaking’ of favorable excerpts from wall street speech, in efforts to calm down the public while leaving out more damaging parts:

Leaked private speech, Clinton: “You Need Both A Public And A Private Position”

Leaked private speech, Clinton: “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders”:

Mocking environmentalists in private meeting with unions, Clinton: “I want to defend fracking.” Climate change environmentalists should “Get a life”: (See attachment)
Politico article

Leaked private speech transcript shows Clinton’s warm ties to Wall Street’s most powerful figures: Clinton: “There is such a bias against people who have led successful and/or complicated lives” The pressure on officials to sell or divest assets in order to serve, she added, had become “very onerous and unnecessary”:

Leaked private speech to Goldman Sachs, Clinton: Wall street was only accountable for the financial crisis for political reasons. The blame placed on the United States banking system for the crisis “could have been avoided in terms of both misunderstanding and really politicizing what happened”:

Leaked private speech to Goldman Sachs, Clinton: I mean, right now, there are so many places in our country where the banks are not doing what they need to do because they’re scared of regulations, they’re scared of the other shoe dropping, they’re just plain scared, so credit is not flowing the way it needs to to restart economic growth.”

Leaked private speech, Clinton: US will “ring China with missile defense” and has right to rename Pacific Ocean the “American Sea”: (See attachment)

Hillary Clinton flipped her public position on TPP after her team discussed how she would be “eaten alive” by Labor:

Clinton speechwriter: “We are trying to find a good way to leak her opposition to the pipeline without her having to actually say it”:


2. Fake ad on Craigslist

Craigslist fake ad against Donald Trump, planted by Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton’s campaign team put fake ad on Craigslist 6 months before election, and 5 months before hiring fake female victims to make false accusations of sexual impropriety against Donald Trump .



3. Foreign Affairs

Hillary admits Qatar & Saudi Arabia are funding ISIS: gifts Bill Clinton $1,000,000 for his birthday: Sheikh won’t donate money to Clinton Foundation unless he receives a phone call from Bill Clinton. Staff responds: Bill won’t do it “unless Sheikh Mo has sent us a $6 million check”: private speech transcript: Clinton: Syria no-fly zone (her position) would mean “killing a lot of Syrians”: (See attachment)Iran Deal (which Hillary negotiated and defends) “condemns the next generation to cleaning up a nuclear war in the Persian Gulf”. John Podesta responds with “Yup”: campaign chairman John Podesta owned 75,000 shares in Putin-connected energy company:


4. Media Collusion

Clinton Staff hosts private “off-the-record cocktail party” with 38 “influential” reporters, journalists, editors, and anchors (from 16 different mainstream media outlets including CNN, NBC, CBS, NYT, MSNBC, & more) with the stated goal of “framing the race”: (see attachment)

John Podesta hosts a dinner with reporters: I’m “Cooking for 30 of your reporter friends”:

Donna Brazile (CNN contributor at the time, and current DNC Chairman now) leaked a CNN town hall question to Hillary’s staff:

Hillary Clinton reads directly from script during Phone Interview with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes:

Clinton campaign and the New York Times coordinating attack strategy against Trump:

Boston Globe colludes with Clinton campaign to give Hillary a “big presence”:

John Podesta receiving drafts of New York Times articles before they’re published:

Ad for Hillary Clinton secretly pitched by ‘right-leaning’ Heat Street ‘journalist’ Louise Mensch:

More media collusion: NYT and AP “helpful” to Clinton campaign:

Brent Budowsky (writer for The Hill and Huffington Post) warns John Podesta about possible Hillary attacks and that not talking to the press is killing her support: “I’m not going to raise this publicly, but..”:

Huffington Post contributor Frank Islam writes to John Podesta in email titled “My blogs in the Huffington Post”, says “I am committed to make sure she is elected the next president.” “Please let me know if I can be of any service to you”:

Clinton staff colluding with New York Times and Wall Street Journal to paint Hillary’s economic policies in a “progressive” light:

CNBC panelist colluding with John Podesta on what to ask Trump when he calls in for an interview:

Clinton staff “Placing a story” with Politico / New York Times: “place a story with a friendly journalist” “we have a very good relationship with Maggie Haberman of Politico” “we should shape likely leaks in the best light for HRC”:

Clinton staff “placing a story with a friendly at the AP (Matt Lee or Bradley Klapper)”:

CNBC/NYT Journalist John Harwood (was a Republican Primary debate moderator) reached out to John Podesta on numerous occasions, writing “congrats”, “she looked so much more comfortable today” and more:

Clinton staff appearing to control the release times of Associated Press articles:


5. Campaign Strategy

Clinton strategist: We need to “produce an unaware and compliant citizenry” to defeat Trump:

Democrats prepared fake Trump “grope under the meeting table” Craigslist employment advertisement in May 2016:

Worried about Hillary’s health getting attention: “Hard to think of anything more counter productive than demanding Bernie’s medical records.”:

Clinton Campaign Insiders Fear Bill’s Sex Life Could Sink Hillary. Podesta says they should “shut the hell up about this”:

Major concern over Hillary’s shady financing. It can “bring down a Hillary Clinton candidacy”:

Hillary campaign desperate to generate fake “USA!” chants, calls Trump supporters “angry white guys”:

Advisor to John Podesta: “Apologies are like her Achilles heel. But she didn’t seem like a bitch in the interview.”:

Worrying about Hillary’s low turnout at events:

Brent Budowsky (writer for The Hill and Huffington Post) acting as an advisor again: Warns Podesta: “Almost every message being projected outward from her campaign is negative, and a candidate with high distrust ratings should not be doing this. My phone has been ringing and my email box is full with democrats who like me who support her, but like me, are appalled and losing confidence” “This campaign is in very, very big trouble”:

John Podesta tells Hillary Clinton she needs to reach out to “needy Latinos”:

Clinton allies pondered polling in 2008 about Obama’s cocaine use, his father’s Muslim faith:

Gathering information on Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her:

Senior Clinton aide Huma Abedin in leaked email: ‘Can we survive not answering questions’ from press?:


6. Bernie Sanders
Donna Brazile, now the current DNC chairwoman & replacement for Debbie Wasserman Shultz (who was forced to resign because of being anti-Bernie/Pro-Clinton), leaked insider Bernie Sander’s campaign information to Hillary’s staff:  7 months before Hillary earns nomination over Bernie Sanders, Donna Brazile pledges to John Podesta that “as soon as (Hillary’s) nomination is wrapped up. I will be your biggest surrogate” “Look forward to working with you to elect the first woman President of the United States” says Podesta: Concessions given to Bernie Sanders & his supporters were a false illusion of a victory for Bernie’s “self righteous ideologies”. Clinton Advisor: “Bernie and his people have been bitching about super delegates” “Throw Bernie a bone…[…]….his people will think they’ve “won” something from the Party Establishment. It doesn’t make a difference. We don’t lose”: Hillary Clinton’s most trusted aid, Huma Abedin, writes to Hillary’s campaign chairman John Podesta and her campaign manager Robby Mook about receiving insider information about the DNC convention and organizing a private call with Debbie Wasserman Shultz: Clinton staff discusses Hillary only supporting a carbon tax to knock Bernie Sanders out of the primaries: “To be clear: it’s lethal in the general, so I don’t want to support one. But don’t want to give bernie contrast right now.”:’s campaign manager Robby Mook, in an email to other staff, calls New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio a “terrorist” after Bill de Blasio speaks kindly of Bernie Sanders and stalls on his endorsement for Hillary Clinton during an interview: Former Clinton Foundation official reprimands Super Delegate Tulsi Gabbard for endorsing Bernie Sanders and being “disrespectful” to Hillary Clinton: Hillary’s huge debate prep book against Bernie Sanders (Prepared answers to anticipated debate questions): (See attachment)


7. Criminal Liability

State Department tipping off Hillary’s staff about upcoming investigation details regarding her case:

Hillary campaign desperate to “get ahead of the narrative on this email issue”:

Hillary’s campaign manager, Robby Mook: “it’s a little troubling” that meeting of Clinton Foundation was held at Goldman Sachs HQ:

John Podesta to top Clinton aid Cheryl Mills: Asks if they should “hold emails to and from the President of the United States? That’s the heart of his executive priviledge.” Email dated only a few hours after being served subpoena:

Expresses concern that the Correct The Record superpac is pushing its legal boundaries and may be colluding directly with the campaign:


8. Other

Top Clinton aid Doug Band details how female Clinton Foundation Chief Laura Graham nearly commits suicide by plunging her car into ocean depths because of treatment from Bill & Chelsea Clinton. Staffers write each other about how Chelsea won’t even care about it:

Ron Klaine (Joe Biden chief of staff) betrays Joe Biden and acts as a mole for Clinton camp. (Note: Ron Klaine was former Chief of staff for Al Gore in 1999 and was let go because of his conflict of interest/loyalty to the Clintons) Joe Biden was rumored to replace Hillary Clinton as the nominee. “I am definitely dead to them but I’m glad to be on team HRC”:

Top Clinton Aid Doug Band calls Chelsea Clinton a “spoiled brat”:

Clinton Staff mocking conservative catholics. Advisor to Podesta: “severely backwards gender relations” “they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion.”:

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio asking Clinton staff for approval/input about what he will say when asked about Hillary Clinton by interviewer:

Podesta speaking about top Clinton aid Sid Blumenthal: “Sid is lost in his own web of conspiracies. I pay zero attention to what he says.”:

Curiel family is friendly with Clinton staffers. Gonzalo Curiel is the judge ruling over a case where Trump is sued. His cousin, Carolyn Curiel, raves about John Podesta; “Carolyn Curiel was just here with a group of Purdue students that visited the debate site. She and I exchanged raves about the two of you.” Podesta replies “Wow! Small world.”:

Hillary Clinton decided on Tim Kaine as VP in July 2015. “A little unseemly.” (She didn’t officially announce Tim Kaine as her VP publicly until July 2016):

Clinton staffer shares campaign road trip story of Hillary ordering food at a Chipotle restaurant and nobody recognized her:


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