Wikileaks: Hillary Tells One Story to Donors, Another to Public

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by James Buchanan

You’d never know it by watching the mainstream media, but Wikileaks has dropped some major bombshells on the pantsuit in the last week.

An article in the Washington Times reports “Hillary Clinton told top banking executives that she has ‘both a public and a private position’ on Wall Street reform and is reliant on wealthy donors to fund her campaign, leaked excerpts of the former first lady’s speeches seem to show, fueling claims of hypocrisy on the part of Mrs. Clinton at a crucial moment in the presidential campaign.”

I believe ordinary people would call that being two-faced or duplicitous.

The article continues “The release by WikiLeaks, which the Clinton campaign has said it will not confirm, appears to show Mrs. Clinton discussing how she seeks to ‘balance’ her public rhetoric on Wall Street reform with her actual positions, and with the reality that wealthy bankers and investors must partner with government to enact change. The documents also show the former secretary of state admitting that she’s out of touch with average Americans and is ‘kind of far removed’ from the lives of the middle class.”

An article from Truthfeed reports “responding to a question from Anderson Cooper Sunday night, referencing a document where Clinton is reported to say you need a ‘public and a private’ position on every issue, Clinton acknowledged that she made the statement.”

Hillary tried to excuse her duplicity by saying she was behaving like Steven Spielberg’s version of Abraham Lincoln. A Yahoo article notes that Trump then said “She lied. Now she’s blaming the lie on the late, great Abraham Lincoln… Honest Abe never lied. That’s the big difference between Abraham Lincoln and you.”

Another article reports “On Friday Wikileaks released clips of Clinton’s paid speeches to Wall Street banks and other organizations… In one document Hillary Clinton dreams about open trade and open borders.”

“…Clinton admitted she takes two positions on policy issues.”

“One in private — ostensibly, the ‘real’ position and one for the public, according to a damaging email leak …released on Friday by Wikileaks that included clips of Clinton’s paid speeches to Wall Street banks and other organizations.”

This is why the controlled mainstream media is obsessing over completely irrelevant “locker room” talk by Donald Trump because they are desperately afraid of Hillary’s arrogant, condescending and even hateful attitude toward ordinary Americans and her habit of telling one story to donors and a completely different story to the public will get widespread coverage.

Well, there’s this little thing called “the Internet” and there are people and websites on the Internet that are a lot more trusted than the mainstream media, which got only a six percent rating for being truthful “according to a study by the Media Insight Project, a partnership of The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and the American Press Institute” as noted by an article from Breitbart.

Correction note: The original article quoting Gateway Pundit had a mistake that said Hillary Has Begun to “Hate Ordinary Americans” the article should have been Hillary Has Begun to “Hate ‘Ordinary Americans’”. In other words, in the greater context of the leaked e-mails, Hillary was talking about the expression “ordinary Americans” being an expression she hates. (We still don’t know for certain that Hillary hates ordinary Americans yet except of course for that “basket of deplorables” remark, which kind of sounds like she does hate ordinary Americans.)

 

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