Should Hillary’s Theft of the Nomination Disqualify Her From Getting Your Vote?

In an ordinary election year the question asked in the headline would be a no-brainer.hillary-clinton-angry-pointing-fingers-1

But to state the obvious, “This ain’t no ordinary election year!”

Nor is it an election contest whose like has ever been seen before. In addition to boasting the two most disliked candidates in the history of our country, we are faced with a moral dilemma never before seen or equaled.

And please understand, though I hold Hillary Clinton in the greatest contempt, I do NOT wish you to vote for Donald Trump. God forbid! There are many reasons why Hillary represents a better choice than Trump for the presidency.

But there’s one irrefutable reason why, by my lights, you should vote for anyone other than Hillary Clinton.

In stealing the Democratic nomination by blatant and pervasive election fraud, Hillary denied millions of Americans the right to have their vote count. I say ‘millions’ because, in addition to the voters whose votes she suppressed or stole, she also denied that right to the 13 million voters whose votes were recorded for Bernie Sanders; votes that were made meaningless by an election process rigged for Hillary from the start.

By stealing the nomination, I believe Hillary proved herself unworthy to be our leader or, more importantly, showed her contempt for the constitution she hopes next January to take an oath to defend. Simply put, she is not worthy of the position to which she aspires.

If you are not aware of Hillary’s stealing the nomination in primary after primary, you need to quickly disconnect from the corporate owned and controlled mainstream media, whose universal silence about the matter proves its complicity, and go online. The election fraud went far beyond what was mentioned in the DNC emails. It involved the purging of Sanders supporters from voter lists; the switching of party registrations to prevent their voting; the hacking of electronic voting machines; the elimination of voting stations within proximity of college campuses; and so much more. And it continues today, with an industry-wide blackout on any mention of election fraud, or fraud accusations against Hillary, of which there are many, or election fraud lawsuits (three currently moving through the courts) charging Hillary’s campaign and the DNC with massive election fraud.

Nor has there been any mainstream media discussion about the deviation of exit poll results in many of the Democratic primaries. In third world countries whose elections are U.N. monitored, a 2% deviation in the exit polls is a clear indication of election fraud. The exit poll deviation in states whose voting machines are considered most hackable ran from 6% to 23%.

I make no excuses for Donald Trump’s boorishness or his lack of qualifications for the presidency, arguably the most important job in the free world, but I will argue he won his nomination fair and square and now he’s running against a woman who lied, stole and cheated her way to the Democratic nomination.

Shouldn’t that count for something?

“Yes!” you might answer, “But then again Trump is a madman and we can’t let a madman become president.”

Is Trump really a madman, or is that just an idea created by a corporate media dead set on raising Hillary to the presidency? Ever since Trump won the nomination, the mainstream media (I call them the Mainstream Media-ocrity!) has been trying to kill Trump’s chances at the presidency by labeling him crazy, unpredictable, cruel, stupid, bombastic, heartless and a bully. That from a news industry that went out of its way to ignore and keep silent about the biggest news event so far in 2016—the theft of the Democratic nomination!

How can the country’s entire media—even NPR and The New York Times!— not notice the theft of the Democratic nomination?

By ignoring such a major journalistic opportunity, the media seems to be suggesting Hillary’s election crimes are insignificant—trivial even!—compared to the crime of electing a buffoon as America’s next president.

Historians will little credit the skill or sophistication of Hillary’s criminal slog to the nomination. The theft of the 2016 Democratic nomination was the most clumsily executed crime of this young century. Votes were flipped, suppressed, shredded and outright stolen by a gang of crooks dedicated to ensuring Hillary’s coronation as the Democratic candidate for the presidency.

Worse than that—yes, even worse than the media lying down like lapdogs in obeisance to Hillary’s plans and sense of entitlement—is that organs of government were suborned to ensure Hillary’s nomination. How high up in the government the conspiracy reached is hard to assess, but anyone who witnessed Hillary and her aides receive their golden “Get Out of Jail Free” passes from the FBI, Department of Justice and the White House, was probably shocked by the obvious corruption of these critical institutions, and greatly frightened for the future of democracy in our country.

So I’ll ask the question again. “Should Hillary’s theft of the nomination disqualify her from getting your vote?”

Me? I’m voting for Jill Stein.

 

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Read my “HILLARY CHRONICLES,” ten essays about David (Bernie) getting shafted by Goliath (Hillary) and her merry band of Philistines. The ten essays (in order of appearance): “BRAND SUICIDE, the Destruction of the Democratic Brand in 2016,” “The CDC Issues “CLINTON TOXICITY ALERT!” Warns Contact Could Prove Fatal To One’s Reputation,” “DEMOCRATS USE RUSSIANS AS SHIELD TO RE-FOCUS EMAIL STORY—PR PLOY OF THE CENTURY,”  “IS THAT YOUR IDEA OF AN APOLOGY?” AND  “DON’T BLAME ME IF I CRITICIZE HILLARY.” “Battle For The Presidency: The Gonzo Versus The Gonif,  “Sorry Bernie, We Still Can’t Trust Hillary,” “Sorry Hillary, We Can Never Forget—or Forgive—Your Stealing The Nomination,” “CONNECTING THE DOTS”, The Frightening Underbelly of the 2016 Presidential Election, “THE AUDACITY OF AUDACITY, the stealing of the American presidency 2016

Also, my post for young aspiring journalists looking to avoid the obvious pitfalls of working in corporate media:  How To Spot A Stolen Presidential Election.

Also about the election:

Why Millennials Will Never Vote For Hillary.

What did Obama Know and When Did He Know It?

And lastly, to relive those glorious days of the Bernie campaign, check out mine and Bill Dahlgren’s .“CHANNELING BERNIE,” ad campaign. 51 glorious ads in pursuit of the real American Dream.

 

 

 

75 thoughts on “Should Hillary’s Theft of the Nomination Disqualify Her From Getting Your Vote?

  1. Nancy Barritt

    es!! It’s corruption! I also think Obama is complicit by his silence…..just like MSM. But MSM’s silence has made those who don’t follow this election carefully think that those of us who did are creating conspiracy stories. I hate that they are doing this to all the young, new voters. How sad for them to get so discouraged at such an early age. I hate that our country is corrupt & few seem to care.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      I wrote a piece about the Clintons’ toxicity corrupting all the individuals and organizations to which they come in contact (see: http://www.paulstonesthrow.com/the-cdc-issuesclinton-toxicity-alert-warns-contact-could-prove-fatal-to-ones-reputation/). Think about it, after Hillary’s shenanigans with emails and the primaries, she and Bill have effectively trashed the reputations of Obama (his legacy, too!), Lauretta Lynch, The Department of Justice, James Comey and his FBI, the Democratic Party, Debbie Wasserman Schultz (though she’s much perpetrator as victim), etc., etc. The list goes on. And on.

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      1. Keith Evans

        You make a point that should be the primary issue of this campaign. We once assumed a firewall existed between campaigning and governing, that, once elected, the winner of an election goes on to use the powers of his/her office in the interest of the people. President Obama wasn’t the first to cross this line, but his use of his office was certainly the most egregious in recent history, encompassing all departments of his administration in the effort to insulate the Democratic candidate from any examination. One can only assume that her corruption spread tentacles throughout our government, and that is deeply disturbing. She is quite obviously the gateway through which special interest money flows into our political system, and placing that gateway at the top of the corruption food chain poses a dangerous potential for the complete usurping of the democratic authority of the people.

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        1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

          As usual, Keith, the insights behind your comments are quite relevant and significant to our acclimating ourselves to reality, so we can respond appropriately. Thank you for sharing your thoughts!

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        2. Angela

          I think Obama showed his true colors when he signed the Dark Act, taking away our right to know what’s in our food. A president who was supported by The People, who elected him twice actually REVERSED the winning votes to label GMOS! Made their votes mean nothing! With his time remaining he plans to destroy our environment by signing TPP and letting them Frack our National Parks!

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    2. Matt

      I mean Obama is a bit more than silent. He’s getting dragged into the email scandal, has essentially flip flopped on everything he got himself elected upon, we’re still bombing arab countries to the stone age for the military industrial complex. He’s literally shown to be just as much of a fraud as Hillary, he’s just far more well spoken, intelligent and likable. What’s even sadder is he came in knowing and wanting to do the right thing, but ended up having to “play ball” and became the very thing he entered to end.

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      1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

        What is it that makes every President these days a strong candidate for impeachment? God help us, if Hillary wins they’ll impeach her from day one. Bush should have been jailed for stealing both his elections. Because we acquiesced by remaining silent and stupefied he and Cheney got to set the middle east on fire and today we end up with, once again, a stolen election. When I think of all the bullshit they fed me as a kid, I am amazed at how far from reality my view of America was. Or is all this meshugaas (craziness) of recent vintage?

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        1. Angela

          I think in general people used to be more respectful and polite and we bought into the belief that the Government was on our side, was looking out for us, would never do anything to hurt us. We thought the Constitution was real and sacred and followed carefully by our Government. We studied it in school, we felt patriotic, proud of our great country. We thought the Checks and Balances would always be there to protect us. I don’t know when it changed but I am sure that it was all about money. Truth stop happening, intregity didn’t matter, lies were acceptable, even encouraged. Votes stop counting, money meant power and it stopped being about The People. Now the USA is a Business and the super rich are fighting over who will direct where OUR money and our lives will go. A giant chemical company is in our Government and they are allowed to put deadly Chemicals in our food. What happened to the Checks and Balances? How could a chemical company get control of our food? No one is going to stop them. All because we trusted our Government to do the right thing for US, for The People. Unless we weed out the people who are being led by the ring in their nose by Big Business, Big Pharma, Big AG, Wallstreet, we will Never have any say in what happens to us! We need to VOTE them out and replace them with people who care about The People and bringing back INTREGITY to the White House. Sadly, there isn’t anyone in this election who even remotely cares about this. BERNIE would have been great, for all of us, for getting money and religion out of politics and giving America a chance to earn a fair, living wage. There must be more like him, let’s look. Together we can turn this around, just know who you are voting for, you have to know how they vote, you can look it up online. Revolutions work!

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          1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

            Thanks, Angela! I think you’re very perceptive. I agree we’ve gone off the rails from the being the country I was taught about in grade school. It may go back to Joe Kennedy stealing the 1960 election for his son, and our failure to pursue justice in the light of cheating in Chicago and West Virginia. Nixon was the first presidential candidate not to sqwawk about being cheated “for the sake of the country.” Eventually, Al Gore and John Kerry would do the exact same thing. None of it was for the good of the country because it allowed for others to come after—ie. Hillary—and try the same thing, knowing they could get away with it. But Hillary’s plot in the primary was far more widespread and complex than fabricating false results in a single swing state. It was as if she knew she could get away with murder. To start bringing integrity back to our government we have to punish those who have criminally corrupted the system in pursuit of their own gain. I would say, “starting with Hillary,” but I feel we must look to Obama who enabled the theft of the 2016 Democratic nomination. And watch, Hillary isn’t finished yet!

      1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

        When was the last time Hillary or Bill did anything to benefit others rather than themselves? When they do, you’ll know that Judgement Day is upon us.

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        1. Laura D.

          You must not read at all, Paul Steven Stone. I’ll just mention the smallest thing: Hillary wrote about modern slavery and worked on that before it became more mainstream.

          If we elect Trump, we (and all those folks who can’t fight back) will have Judgement Day upon is.

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          1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

            Laura: Once we start allowing dishonest politicians to steal our elections we might as well call it a day as a democracy. There are more frightening possibilities out there than a Donald Trump presidency, and I will not let myself be frightened into forgetting that. That’s exactly what Hillary and the DNC were counting on; only they never planned on the electorate rising up to say “No, we won’t be bullied or frightened into voting for a crook and a thief.” Countries where the population won’t defend their democracy usually end up ruled by the most cynical or the most powerful people. I’d prefer someone more enlightened than a cheater like Hillary; someone ideally who gives a shit about the planet and its most vulnerable residents.

    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Apology happily accepted. No problem, Ging. It’s clear we think and emote alike. Please, keep on snarling at those fucking Hillary apologists.

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  2. Nancy Barritt

    Yes. The Clintons have trashed reputations wherever they go. What gives with that? Why do people do that? Gloria Steinum, John Lewis come to mind. Biden, Eliz. Warren. The list goes on. Do they bribe them? Buy them? Promise something irresistible? It has to be huge for them to give up their reputations.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      See how easily you added to the list! And let’s not forget the Arkansas governor’s office, the State Department, Monica Lewinsky… And the beat goes on, yeah the beat goes on!

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  3. Suma

    I respect your thoughts Paul,before the torpido clinton showed up I felt it in my bones…. troubles is here, whenever or ever she land ,she spells trouble, lie after lie,now even if she tells the truth NOBODY believes her she went thru so much lies that she does not remember all of them.. t no wonder the people hates her.she is not a bove the rest of the people SHE is above others with lies crime murders, caniving person.and everybody scared shitless from her, I am so furious when the media covers for her. I call her LUCIFER, YOU ARE ALL AFRAID OF TRUMP, I am as well , we had an open free window called Bernie, the DMC refused trump to win, Bernie would have shut donald trump with one debate, Bernie would have shut Hitler clinton as well, too bad that was our ticket to freedom.. she spoiled it for us the thief.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Me, too, Jon! With you all the way. It wasn’t me who decided to ram Hillary down our throats, sacrificing all integrity and fairness in the process. They—Hillary, Bill, the establishment, the media and Obama—are the authors of this current disaster of a presidential election.

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  4. Leona Lauster

    The fraud just kept showing up over and over again. No one did anything about it. The media was silent on everything but things that didn’t matter. The whole thing makes me sick; I will never vote for her.

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  5. J.D.

    The Theft Of The Nomination Is Only ONE Of MANY Reasons That I Cannot .. In Good Conscience .. Vote For Her.
    I Was Already #NeverHillary Long Before The Primaries Were Over. And Soooo Much Has Been Revealed Since… NO ONE Should Be Still Supporting Her.
    I Know FAR TOO MUCH About Her Corruption To EVER Want Her As Our President.

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  6. Nancy Barritt

    And why did Obama let Hillary talk him into invading Libya? And why is he supporting TPP? And why was he silent when the DNC cheated Bernie & why did they all support DWS when she was found responsible for the DNC corruption? And what did Obama say to Bernie when he called him into his office and why did Bernue abruptly end his campaign without proper explanation? If I could answer these questions, I think I would understand the depth of corruption in our country.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      All good questions, Nancy, most of which I’ve puzzled over myself. Obama seemed to turn a dramatic 180 this past year, as if he only just discovered he was supposed to take orders from the oligarchy and is trying mightily to make up for his previous lapse. I am so disappointed in Obama, who hasn’t the grace or courage to defend the constitution the way he’s supposed to.

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    2. Keith Evans

      If you search for commonalities among our friends and enemies you’ll be struck with some glaring inconsistencies, and the real reason we have so badly disrupted such a large portion of our world. Gaddafi, while no saint, had loyalty to his people and his culture. He was a leader among oil rich countries in the region in advocating for a break from the dollar as the currency of trade in all international oil transactions, and this made him very dangerous to the international bankers and Wall St.

      Every dollar printed comes already loaded with a percentage of our national debt, and I’m not talking just about the teens of trillions we are familiar with. I’m talking about the debt that is the basis of our economy and much of the world’s by extension. All the credit card, retail, interbank, housing, and business debt is assumed to be backed by the economy/currency of the US, which presently includes oil transactions worldwide. When you pull any debt out of an economy you are left with only the currency that represented and balanced that debt. Should the IMF follow the wishes of those who wish to see a separate currency for trading oil that would require an exchange of dollars currently representing the oil trade for the new currency, whatever it may be called, and the dollars would come home to roost. If done at one time this would make us Greece, but with a very large military.

      The math involved in such an exchange would be extremely complicated, but the short version is that oil producing nations will fare much better than those who have demand higher than their usage, especially if their economies are tightly tied to the dollar. Even the talk of such a possibility is harming our dollar worldwide and making our trade imbalance more difficult to ignore, for both us and our trading partners. This possibility lies at the heart of many seeming unrelated issues, and has been the driver of many of President Obama’s questionable actions, both in our ongoing wars and our energy policy. If this becomes a reality the producing capability of the NAFTA nations becomes the single paramount factor in deciding the ongoing strength of their economies. If Trump should manage a win in November don’t be surprised to see Mexico use his obvious animosity as an excuse to pull out of the agreement to mitigate the economic damage that would be the price of having its wagon hitched to the US star.

      Russia strongly backs the petro-dollar idea, as do it’s allies in the region, which explains our seemingly foolish saber rattling toward them in Syria and Iran with the Iraq war and Libyan uprisings as examples of our resolve. China, the lone non producing nation onboard with the idea and our largest trading partner, is hoping to avoid the currency manipulations inherent in paying for their large and rapidly growing energy consumption in the currency of its largest customer. The TPP, and its spin offs, are directly aimed at them as a counter threat to their support of the petro-dollar. Obviously, our support of the horrible Saudi royalty, in spite of their numerous human rights violations and support of radical Islamic terrorism, is payback for their remaining loyal to the status quo.

      The long term solution to this potentially depression causing issue would be a massive move toward green renewable energy, but we may not have the luxury of long term planning after the decades of foot dragging and hostility we have been applying to such a transition. Worst case scenario is the collapse of our economy and the Wall St bankers and traders who have used our currency as funding for their Ponzi schemes and manipulations. Nations who have moved their economies away from the blackmail potential of the fossil fuel industries and the dollar will rise to even greater independence for their people. The political fall out for the major US party structure, if we can avoid the internal shooting war that has been looming, would be massive, with any financial ties to the archaic fossil fuel industries becoming the kiss of death. It causes one to wonder if RayGun understood the ramifications possible when he tore the solar panels off the roof of the White House.

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  7. Michael Goldman

    I will be writing in the rightful nominee, Bernie Sanders. My state is one of at least eight where write-ins will count. Vermont is another. He has a better chance of winning electoral votes, especially there, than Jill does, and if no candidate gets to 270, then the House of Representatives will decide between Clinton, Trump and Sanders, voting by state. Since a majority of state delegations are Republican majorities, it is impossible that Clinton can win 26 votes. If a handful of Republicans in a handful of states want to avoid owning Trump by actually placing him in office, they could support Bernie Sanders, and the Democratic majority states would have to agree to drop Clinton for him in order to stop Trump from having the majority.

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    1. Michael Goldman

      For instance in Colorado there are four Republican and three Democratic members of congress in the House. If just one of those Republicans supported Bernie Sanders, then the entire state would give its vote to him.

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    2. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Michael: That’s an interesting strategy and I hope you prove prescient in its application. I, however, will continue to plan to give my vote to Jill Stein, the anti-Hillary, the JILLARY! Entirely agree that Bernie is the rightful nominee. I’m hoping that enough Berners will vote for Jill to help lift the Green Party out of obscurity, so we will no longer have to deal with the corporate duopoly in elections going forward.

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  8. FM

    This is the first time I have read your blog, and you are the voice of reason in the madness being published elsewhere. Thank you!
    I am astounded at how many different pages and blogs are trying to shame or scare us in to voting for Clinton.
    I’m also tired of the assumption that all Sanders supporters were millennials, in my town our Bernie group had no one in it under 55. But I digress… Your piece was well stated, factual and the truth no one seems to want to talk about. Hill Dems tell us to get over it!
    I left the Democratic Party after 40 years, and will vote for Jill Stein, and my vote WILL count, to me.
    I was raised by Democrats, my dad worked the polls and my mom was extremely involved with the League if Women Voters, and sadly this is the first time
    in the 12 years since they passed that I am glad they aren’t alive to witness this atrocity of our country being hijacked in a barely veiled way by the oligarchy.
    Write about what we do to stop that, please!

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      FM: Thanks for your comment. It’s been exhausting trying to hold back the oligarchical tide (is oligarchical even a word?), but something in this particular essay (out of all the others I’ve written) seems to have struck a nerve, giving me both hope and energy to continue the fight. I’m amazed at how many of us actually KNOW Hillary cheated and stole the election. It’s like they felt they could be so casual about the theft because no one was watching. Please subscribe to my blog and make sure I keep up the fight (assuming I’m not arrested or added to the Hillary body count).

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    2. Kimberly

      FM, Your story is my story. I did the #DemExit after 43 years. My parents would also be so very disappointed in how this election procedure is going and I am so glad they are not alive to see this. The article is one of the best I have seen and expresses everything that I have attempted to argue to those that still are pressuring me to vote for “HER.” I can’t even bring myself to say her name. I will be voting for Jill unless some miracle happens and Bernie becomes available on the ballot. I cannot write him in in my state, unfortunately #FOREVERSANDERS in my heart & soul. I am and will continue to pray for these United States of America and for the World. God help us all.!

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  9. Mario Loreno

    It also makes me mad the fact that Bernie Sanders did not raise a big raucous. This is something he should never have let go.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Mario: I entirely agree with you. Bernie’s silence while Hillary was cheating her way to the nomination makes little sense to me, except if he was playing us for fools. Had he opened his mouth and complained about the rampant cheating early on, when it first began, the media and Hillary would have been forced to take notice. His remaining silent, like a patsy, ensured both parties continuing to act as they had. This is the one thing, aside from Bernie’s becoming a spokesperson for Hillary, that makes absolutely no sense to me. He could have won if he had just cried “FOUL!”

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  10. Jim Scarborough

    Trump is a madman. He suffers narcissistic personality disorder.

    I live in NC where a Trump victory could spill over to his Presidency. I have been campaigning against him and mentioning Stein, Johnson, and Clinton as alternatives. I have been surprised at the number of people who say, “Who is Jill Stein?”

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  11. Nancy Barritt

    Amen! I was such an Obama fan. What a let down!
    I hope you will touch on the Clinton Foundation in the future and also the Federal Reserve. I fear both are not what they are cracked up to be. I need to learn more about each.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Thanks for the requests, Nancy, but I can’t say I know enough about either issue to write as forceably as I would like. There’s a fellow, Charles Ordell, I believe his name is, who writes about the Clinton Foundation, and his research points to our two favorite money-grubbers using the Foundation to line their pockets with donations intended for disaster relief. I’ll do a little more research on the foundation, but for now I hope to use the time remaining till the election to expose Hillary’s election fraud

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  12. Nancy Barritt

    I have trouble with your format. When I hit “post comment”, it doesn’t seem to post. It says it is being moderated? ? What is that?

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      If I were to guess, seeing as I the administrator of the blog get to see your comments, the “being moderated” indicates that I haven’t yet seen or approved your comment. None of the comments get posted (including this one) until i have either approved or replied to it.

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  13. Tara y

    If you vote for Jill Stein you going to create more votes for Trump you doing to secure him as president. It does suck that this is all we have to choose from, it really is all we have to choose from you don’t have enough people to create a revolution that’s going to choose another party so don’t vote for anybody else so unfortunately vote for Hillary. Maybe not this time but we were close with Sanders, our candidate will come.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Tara. If you vote for Hillary you will have allowed youraelf to be victimized by a woman and a party that both crapped on the US Constituion and millions of Sanders voters. I cannot reward a criminal for her theft, no matter how hard she works to convince me I’m screwed if I don’t. Good luck!

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    2. Keith Evans

      My vote for Jill Stein does not “create” a vote for anyone else. It is simply a vote for the candidate that I believe presents the best platform for the future of America. Hillary was never an option for my vote, so she is losing nothing by my actions. She, nor any other candidate, owns anyone’s vote. It is incumbent upon her to “earn” my vote, and she certainly made that all but impossible when she trashed the democratic system that is the purpose of all of this, even if I were to consider giving her any benefit of the doubt. We have had worse Presidents than Trump and survived them. We have never elected a President that usurped the will of the voters and perverted the voting process, and that scares me much more than a very marginalized President Trump for four years.

      Many Hillary supporters are claiming that this election could be a replay of 2000, which is partially correct, but not for the reasons they forward. They worry that a third party candidate to Hillary’s left will detract from her potential to beat Donald Trump, as they believe Ralph Nader did to Al Gore. What they fail to comprehend is that Gore was simply a lousy choice, and he was weighted down by the baggage of the first Clinton Presidency. He was nominated because it was “his turn”. Consequently, many Democrats voted for Nader, but many more voted for Bush. Hillary fans would like you to forget about all of those Bush votes cast by Democrats and only focus on Nader’s role, which is completely disingenuous.

      Hillary now brings to the electoral table all of the negatives and baggage that defeated Gore, and the corruptions and outright criminal acts that the Clintons have heaped onto that pile in the intervening years. We are struggling as a society to remain a first world country, and much of the tremendous damage we have endured was inflicted upon us by policies and decisions made during the first time we allowed such corrupt grifters to occupy the people’s house. Now we are supposed to validate all of those and ignore the blatant disregard shown for our nation by her subsequent actions? That, at least for me, is a stretch too far. If she can not muster the votes necessary to achieve her ambitions it will not be because I, and millions of other Americans, choose to not validate her corruption and crimes. It will be because she is corrupt and a criminal. Facing the most inept and least qualified opposition candidate in history, if she can not garner enough votes to beat him it will be because she is worse than he. It is truly sad that inept and unqualified may be the lesser evil, but that is our present reality, and it is her fault, not mine.

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      1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

        I credit two individuals with primary responsibility for the thefts of the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections: George W. Bush and Karl Rove. I won’t go into my reasons here, but I also regard a complaisant American populace as negligent, and also complicit, in accepting those criminal outcomes and not fighting to have Bush dethroned and arrested. I personally will not make that mistake again, which is why I am writing my heart out now in a meager attempt to help the Truth see the light of day. Also, Gore must take some responsibility for not pursuing criminal charges in response to Bush’s theft; same goes for John Kerry.

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        1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

          I’ll jump in here to add my thanks to yours. Keith has fabulous insights and expresses them with great articulation.

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  14. hill muffin

    once again you offer many accusations of election theft with not one piece of evidence…
    and don’t bother to point to links from your fellow conspirators, get used to it Bernie lost,
    altho it’s fun for you to burnish your PC credentials, i suppose…

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  15. Nancy Barritt

    :). You better retire completely if you want to get to the bottom of the Hillary corruption. There’s no time to waste!
    I also wonder if Assange has been bought off. He didn’t release new emails before the debate which leads me to believe he has struck an agreement with the powers to be: his silence for his freedom. Well we’ll see!

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      I don’t read Assange in that light. If he’s still alive (hey, you never know where the Hillary body count will strike next) I would assume he’s late on delivering the next batch of emails, or whatever, because he knows he has to be meticulous in vetting what he sends out. Assange is a hero in my eyes, and I will maintain faith in him until I have solid reason not to. BTW I only use “semi” in describing my retirement because I no longer work full time on a job, but still take freelance writing gigs; mostly advertising copywriting.

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      1. Glen Warner

        Hi, Paul.

        I think julian has probably delayed his next batch of e-mails because they would be swallowed up in the post-debate chatter.

        Well, that, and I think there was some movement on his case.

        –gdw

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        1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

          Thanks Glen. I hope you’re right. Assange is certainly crafty and smart enough to think in those terms. Not sure how much longer he can wait and still hope to have some impact? See you on the barricades!

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  16. Nancy Barritt

    Assange is a hero to me too but I would forgive him if he used his info to secure his freedom. Obama, Biden & Hillary would like to see him dead.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Christine: How sweet of you! That’s the kind of comment that will keep me going like the Eveready Bunny. I’m so glad you appreciate my efforts!
      Many thanks!

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  17. Mary T. Fagundes

    Well said, sir. The theft of democracy is far more important than worrying about Cheeto Jesus and the Supreme Court. Bait and switch does not seem to be working as well as it used to for the establishment. I’m in Florida and I’m swinging my vote to Jill Stein.

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  18. William Mee

    This is a silly post and begs for a silly outcome: “vote for Jill Stein.” Polling at 2% in a few states and under that in most. Voting for her is not going to “register a protest vote” because there is no there there. True the election was rigged against my man Bernie by the super delegates DNC, DLC and election officials who switched from HRC to Obama in 2008 and then promised her “next time.” But this is Party Politics like in the GOP and apparently Green Party where they hand the nomination to Jill Stein each time without her campaigning for it.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      If you regard the theft of democracy a silly outcome, by all means vote for Hillary. With my vote for Jill I hope to join or help kick-start a movement that will eventually unseat the political duopoly in this country. The polls are slanted to lift Dems and Repubs, just like media coverage is totally slanted. CNN’s poll had no particpants in the 18-35 age group. Wouldn’t you say that nullified any credibility it might have had as a meaningful predictor? As for Jill being a long shot, what was Bernie before people had a chance to hear his message? A joke? A crackpot socialist? A long shot? Hell yes! But damn if he didn’t evolve to becoming a genuine threat to the establishment/corporate candidate. Not sure Jill can do the same; but I’m damn well going to try and help that happen. In any case, voting for Jill means I can vote for someone who shares my values, has integrity and will do what she says, or die trying. Best of all, I won’t have to reward that Gonif (thief) Hillary for stealing votes and making all of Bernie’ votes (and voters) meaningless.

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  19. TD Greenleaf

    Good Grief!

    Your Conspiracy theories pertaining to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton would make Alex Jones and Rush Limbaugh embarrassed.

    Grow up already!

    Despite you and your co-conspiracy generating associates, President Hillary Clinton will win the Presidency in November, despite your best efforts to elect Trump / Tea Partiers.

    Thank goodness for this, as you, your country, and the entire world will benefit from this result — even though you and your associates actually deserve a Trump / Tea Party Ruled Autocracy!

    Methinks thou doth protest too much!

    P.S The Clinton Foundation will help more people today, worldwide, than you and your associates will help in a lifetime.

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      Good grief, indeed! I will endeavor to grow up as quickly as my fastly-aging body will allow. Meanwhile I suggest you either google any of the three election fraud lawsuits now moving through the courts. Or take a look at Election Justice USA’s report on Hillary and the DNC’s’s acts of infamy (http://www.election-justice-usa.org/Democracy_Lost_Update1_EJUSA.pdf.) Election Justice estimates Bernie would have had 184 more delegates than the rigged elections gave him, which would have put him in the lead going into the convention. By the way, if you read any of my posts you will see I exhort people NOT TO VOTE FOR TRUMP. I am strictly a Jill Stein supporter and you probably would have seen that had you read a little more of my post.

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  20. Nancy Barritt

    Well, your reply sounds ominous ! Not sure how the petro-dollar effects the politics of our President but if it means war, deal me out.

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  21. Nancy Barritt

    I agree Paul. Obama needs to be held accountable but how do we proceed when our FBI & our Justice Dept. Is disfunctional?

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    1. Paul Steven Stone Post author

      I may be a blind hopeful fool, but I believe the Truth will out. Hillary is being chased by the truth coming at her from different directions. More emails will come out from Judicial Watch’s FOIA requests; the Republican congress will almost certainly issue some sort of contempt of congress citation after the election, if not charge her with committing perjury before a Congressional Committee; there are three separate lawsuits charging her with election fraud, the Clinton Foundation is beginning to draw too much scrutiny for the Clintons’ comfort; there’s a new movie coming out about the stolen election called, I believe, “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” etc. etc. etc. Hillary has a scandal for every mood, season or period in her life. There’s also a good chance she might not get caught until after the election, I would hope by a Special Prosecutor. Our role is to keep the fires lit, the outrage at a fever pitch, and support Jill Stein who is, in many ways, a female version of Bernie, in terms of policies. Nobody spoke up or fought back with Bush’s two stolen elections, we won’t make that mistake again.

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  22. Nancy Barritt

    Then I will try my best to be patient. I had heard that Justice was blind but I didn’t realize how slow she can be. 🙁

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