[VIDEO] Rigging the Election Video III: Creamer Confirms Hillary Clinton InvolvementPosted: October 24, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News, White House | Tags: Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, Chelsea Clinton, Chris Wallace, Cyberwarfare, Debate, Democratic National Committee, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump Jr., Hillary Clinton, New York Leave a comment
Project Veritas Action has released the third video in a multi-part series that is sending shockwaves through the DNC and the Clinton campaign. The first video explained the dark secrets and the hidden connections and organizations the Clinton campaign uses to incite violence at Trump rallies. The second video exposed a diabolical step-by-step voter fraud strategy discussed by top Democratic operatives and showed one key operative admitting that the Democrats have been rigging elections for fifty years. This latest video takes this investigation even further.
Part III of the undercover investigation dives further into the back room dealings of Democratic politics. It exposes prohibited communications between Hillary Clinton’s campaign, the DNC and the non-profit organization Americans United for Change. And, it’s all disguised as a duck.
Several Project Veritas Action undercover journalists catch Democracy Partners founder directly implicating Hillary Clinton in FEC violations.
“In the end, it was the candidate, Hillary Clinton, the future president of the United States, who wanted ducks on the ground,” says Creamer in one of several exchanges. “So, by God, we would get ducks on the ground.”
It is made clear that high-level DNC operative Creamer realized that this direct coordination between Democracy Partners and the campaign would be damning when he said: “Don’t repeat that to anybody.”
It was earlier this year when people wearing Donald Duck costumes started showing up at Donald Trump events all over the country. Brad Woodhouse is the president of Americans United for Change (AUFC) and he worked with Robert Creamer, Scott Foval, and DNC Rapid Response Coordinator Aaron Black to launch their “Donald Ducks” campaign.
After the first video in this series, Woodhouse fired Scott Foval, his national field director.
In the video, the operatives go on to explain their plot. Read the rest of this entry »
[VIDEO] Trump Says Miss Universe Gained a Massive Amount of WeightPosted: September 27, 2016 Filed under: Entertainment, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: Debate, Donald Trump, Miss Universe, video Leave a comment
Clinton Celebrates Election Victory EarlyPosted: August 26, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Censorship, Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, U.S. News, White House | Tags: Associated Press, Campaign finance, Clinton Foundation, Debate, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, North Carolina, Republican Party (United States) Leave a comment
WASHINGTON (AP) — Seven months after a federal judge ordered the State Department to begin releasing monthly batches of the detailed daily schedules showing meetings by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, the government told The Associated Press it won’t finish the job before Election Day.
The department has so far released about half of the schedules. Its lawyers said in a phone conference with the AP’s lawyers that the department now expects to release the last of the detailed schedules around Dec. 30, weeks before the next president is inaugurated.
The AP’s lawyers late Friday formally asked the State Department to hasten that effort so that the department could provide all Clinton’s minute-by-minute schedules by Oct. 15. The agency did not immediately respond.
The schedules drew new attention this week after the AP analyzed the ones released so far. The news agency found that more than half the people outside the government who met or spoke by telephone with Clinton while she was secretary of state had given money – either personally or through companies or groups – to the Clinton Foundation. The AP’s analysis focused on people with private interests and excluded her meetings or calls with U.S. federal employees or foreign government representatives.
The AP’s reporting was based on official calendars covering Clinton’s entire term plus the more-detailed daily schedules covering roughly half her time as secretary of state. The AP first asked for Clinton’s calendars in 2010 and again in 2013. It then sued the State Department in federal court to obtain the detailed schedules, and the department so far has provided about half of them under court order.
Clinton has said the AP’s analysis was flawed because it did not account fully for all meetings and phone calls during her entire term as secretary. She also said the analysis should have included meetings with federal employees and foreign diplomats. The AP said it focused on her meetings with outsiders because those were more discretionary, as Clinton would normally meet with federal officials and foreign officials as part of her job.
Clinton said she met with people outside government regardless of whether they gave money or charitable commitments to her family’s charity.
“These are people I would be proud to meet with, as any secretary of state would have been proud to meet with, to hear about their work and their insights,” Clinton said this week on CNN.
With the foundation drawing continued attention, Clinton promised Friday to put in place additional safeguards to prevent conflicts of interest with the charity should she win the White House.
The foundation issue, along with continued focus on her use of a private email server, has dogged Clinton politically throughout the week, drawing strong criticism from opponent Donald Trump.
Former President Bill Clinton said last week that if she is elected president, the foundation will no longer accept foreign or corporate donations.
The State Department is now estimating there are about 2,700 pages of schedules left. Under its process, it is reviewing and censoring them page-by-page to remove personal details such as private phone numbers or email addresses. In some cases it has censored names of people who met privately with Clinton or the subjects they discussed.
A State Department spokeswoman, Elizabeth Trudeau, declined to discuss the ongoing case and noted the agency is struggling with thousands of public records requests….(read more)
Source: Associated Press
RNC Shakes Up Staff to Calm GOP Campaigns’ Growing Frustrations Over DebatesPosted: November 1, 2015 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Debate, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Drudge Report, GOP, Jake Tapper, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee, Republican Party (United States), Ted Cruz Leave a comment
“Last week was a debacle and we’re adding Sean, an experienced federal election attorney, to this team because of what happened. He has significant political relationships and will be a huge asset as we seek the best possible format for the candidates. He is going to take the leading role for the debates moving forward.”
— Sean Spicer, the RNC’s chief strategist and spokesman
Priebus has elevated Sean Cairncross, the chief operating officer of the RNC and its former chief counsel, to be the GOP’s new lead debate negotiator and organizer.
[Read the full text here, at The Washington Post]
The move effectively gives the debate responsibilities currently held by Sean Spicer, the RNC’s chief strategist and spokesman, to Cairncross. Spicer, a confidant of Priebus, will remain in his role but will work in a supplementary position when it comes to arranging the debates.
Priebus’s decision, which was detailed in an e-mail that the RNC sent to campaigns Sunday before a private summit of aides to 2016 candidates, was shared by a Republican presidential campaign aide who spoke on the condition of anonymity to reveal the document. That gathering was held at a hotel in the Washington suburbs and attended by advisers to several campaigns. Read the rest of this entry »
COPYCAT CRIMINAL? Report: Chris Harper Mercer Wanted Same Fame as Vester FlanaganPosted: October 1, 2015 Filed under: Breaking News, Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, U.S. News | Tags: CBS, CBS News, Chris Harper Mercer, Debate, George Pataki, Governor of Virginia, Jeff Pegues, Vester Flanagan Leave a comment
AWR Hawkins reports:
…On Thursday morning, police say 26-year-old Chris Harper Mercer shot and killed at least nine people on the Umpqua Community College (UCC) campus before officers shot and killed him.
A new report claims someone appearing to be Mercer wrote longingly of the attention given to Vester Lee Flanagan after he shot a television reporter and cameraman on air in Virginia.
Mercer wounded at least seven people in addition to those he killed on the gun free UCC campus, law enforcement says.
According to CBS News, a blog which appears to be Mercer’s “[referenced] multiple shootings,” including the shooting carried out by Flanagan on August 26….(read more)
Help Wanted: Throw Condoms, Get PaidPosted: September 28, 2015 Filed under: Politics, U.S. News | Tags: Barack Obama, Carly Fiorina, CNN, Debate, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Planned Parenthood, Republican Party (United States), The New York Times 1 Comment
Planned Parenthood Paid Condom-Throwers at Carly Fiorina
Planned Parenthood paid some of its supporters who threw condoms at GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina and at her supporters during an Iowa Hawkeye tailgate on Saturday.
The payments were briefly mentioned in a story by the New York Times. “On Saturday, women wearing pink, some of whom were paid by Planned Parenthood, protested Mrs. Fiorina at a campaign appearance in Iowa, throwing condoms and chanting, ‘Women are watching, and we vote,’” reported the New York Times….(read more)
[VIDEO] Electric: The Carly Florina Interview that Attached a Car Battery to Chris Matthews’ Balls and Delivered a Heart-Stopping PayloadPosted: August 7, 2015 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: Benghazi, Bill Clinton, Bobby Jindal, Carly Fiorina, Chris Matthews, CNN, Debate, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Facebook, Fox News Channel, Hewlett-Packard, Hillary Clinton, MSNBC, Planned Parenthood, Republican Party (United States), Twitter Leave a comment
Norvell Rose writes: In the early Republican presidential debate on Thursday — the one dubbed by some as the “happy hour” debate or the pre-game show at the “kids’ table” — there was one candidate of the seven on the Fox News stage who was singled out by many observers and analysts as the clear winner. That contender was the lone woman in the GOP group — the presidential hopeful who’s said to be very impressive in person on the campaign trail, but who hasn’t yet managed to show well in national polling — the former head of HP, Carly Fiorina.
[Read the full text here, at WesternJournalism.com]
While all seven of the so-called “lower tier” candidates handled themselves well and could be credited with respectable showings, it was Fiorina who dazzled the pundits and the people with her clear-eyed confidence and quick command of the issues. Analysts praised her performance after the 5 p.m. debate and social media was abuzz — some might say ablaze — with kudos for Carly. Read the rest of this entry »
Poll: Obama Loses Majority of Trust of the Middle Class, And the Middle ClassPosted: August 6, 2013 Filed under: Mediasphere | Tags: Barack Obama, Debate, Fighting in ice hockey, Ike Turner, Middle class, Monmouth University, Obama, United States Leave a comment
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I have lightly added to this report by John Nolte to make it more relevant for our current political debate.
A Monmouth University poll released late last week And the Middle Class was notable for the fact that, like many other polls, it showed President Obama upside down on job approval with registered voters–41% approve to 54% disapprove Fighting for Jobs for the Middle Class. A closer look, though, reveals the poll’s most startling find: Obama has lost credibility with the middle class, and also, More Importantly, The Middle Class. When asked if Obama is sincere about refocusing his presidency on the middle class, And the Middle Class, only 46% believe it, Middle Class, while a full 50% do not, Middle Class or Not Middle Class All That Matters to Me Is the Middle Class.Independents are more skeptical than overall voters And The Middle Class. A full 54% (the number 50% represents what might be termed “The Middle Class of Percentages”) don’t believe the president, while only 42% do.
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As Ike Turner said to Tina, I only beat you because I love The Middle Class.
Posted by Ace via Ace of Spades HQ.
Angry old man yells at Paul Ryan for 90 minutesPosted: October 11, 2012 Filed under: Mediasphere | Tags: Barack Obama, Biden, Campaign, Debate, Denver, Election, Greg Gutfeld, Joe Biden, Mediaite, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, zombie apocalypse Leave a comment
(funniest epithet so far–jackhole)
I expected “table-pounding atmospherics” from Biden but I didn’t expect him to act like a total jackhole for fully 90 minutes. Give him credit for knowing his target audience, though: His task tonight was to get the left excited again after Obama fell into a semi-coma in Denver, and evincing utter disdain for Ryan — grimacing, shouting, laughing inappropriately, and constant, constant interruptions, the total jackhole experience — is just what the doctor ordered. He might have irritated independents and undecideds, but probably not so much that it’ll change people’s votes. The Democrats needed someone to go out there and clown for liberals, and if there’s one thing this guy knows, it’s clowning.
Here’s a taste of what I mean via Mediaite, centered around one of Ryan’s more cutting lines of the evening. For what it’s worth, the media lost patience with Biden’s shtick too, but I doubt that’ll cost him anything tomorrow.
And yes, Raddatz was also terrible. Exit quotation from Greg Gutfeld: “Biden is the drunk at the bar; Martha is the unhappy bartender, and Ryan is the unfortunate salesman caught in the middle…”
More >> via Hot Air
Mitt vs. Obama: The Crazy Taiwanese Animated Video Edition (with English Subtitles)Posted: October 4, 2012 Filed under: Mediasphere | Tags: Barack Obama, Debate, government, Mitt Romney, President, Republicans, United States, YouTube Leave a comment
Via Ace of Spades HQ
Obama-Romney presidential debate 2012: Mitt clobbers Obama – YouTube
Post-Debate Notes coming in..Posted: October 3, 2012 Filed under: Breaking News | Tags: Barack Obama, Debate, Mitt Romney, Obama, Paul Ryan, Republicans, Romney, United States Leave a comment
I’ve been getting more and more cautiously optimistic about Romney in the last few days and, going in, I had a pretty good feeling about tonight’s debate. But I had no expectation that Romney would simply control the night the way he did. I don’t think Obama did terribly on the merits, even though he clearly lost by a wide margin on points. But you don’t really score a debate like this on points. Romney simply dominated and deflated Obama. This was the first time millions of people ever heard Mitt Romney make a case for himself at any length. Most Americans didn’t watch the GOP debates. The ratings for Romney’s convention speech were subpar and he never really talked about policy anyway at the convention. But tonight Romney brilliantly dismantled the strawman Obama has been running against for months. I think it was David Freddoso who said on twitter that if all you knew about Romney was what you saw in Obama’s TV ads, you’d get the sense that Obama’s been lying to you all this time. Romney helped himself tonight — possibly a lot.
Still, it’s worth noting a certain irony about tonight. This is the first time since he picked Paul Ryan that a broad majority of conservatives are openly happy and encouraged by Romney (and there weren’t too many other such times). I certainly feel buoyed by his performance tonight. And yet, we should keep in mind that most of his effective moments came when he distanced himself from the base of his party and struck a decidedly moderate, centrist, position. Personally, given the stakes and the state of his campaign, that doesn’t bother me very much. But, once again, we can’t say we weren’t warned.
- STEPHEN GREEN IS DRUNKBLOGGING TONIGHT’S DEBATE. I suspect a lot of us will be drinking through thi… (pjmedia.com)
- Obama, Romney kick off first presidential debate in Denver (foxnews.com)
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Predicting Debate AssessmentsPosted: September 25, 2012 Filed under: Mediasphere | Tags: Barack Obama, Debate, Mitt Romney, Obama, President, Republicans, Romney, United States Leave a comment
…Romney camp cannot afford to roll all the dice on the debates. He needs some excellent ads some humor would be nice, and a big speech or two with an all-star cast of reform Republicans like successful Republican governors to change the trajectory. His NAACP speech should be the model. That was the high point of the campaign so far — honest, principled, respectful of his adversaries, and uplifting about his vision for a better country for all Americans. More of that please. And soon.
We can’t rely on the debates alone. All of the moderators are liberals, and even if they attempt to be fair, they see the world through Obama-colored glasses. If Romney kills in the debates, the lapdog Obama press will quickly reinterpret the results. If Romney is articulate and unruffled, they will say he was stiff and programmed. If Obama makes mistake after mistake, they will ignore it or explain it away. If Obama is particularly terrible, they will stress that the most important thing in presidential elections is likeability. The “fact-checkers” will continue to lie for their guy, as this Mark Hemingway piece so beautifully exposes.
After a couple of days of “analysis,” even a Romney blow-out will be tamed into a draw, and the pundits will decree that Romney just didn’t pass the threshold he needed to pass to be an acceptable alternative.
via The Corner – NRO