Tuesday, May 22, 2018

If you believe this Alexi Frest Mamathon, I have a bridge ...

Every first person pronoun is a lie. Alexi Frest is a Hungarian national who lives in Hungary, has no voting rights is the U.S., has never been here, and has no intention ever to come here. She is a foreign agent, simply said.
Many have asked me why this disturbs me since she is so obviously pro-Hillary. The answer should be clear. If it was wrong for Russians to influence the vote for Trump how can it be OK for a Hungarian, masquerading as an American, to influence the vote toward Hillary - especially since Hillary is not running for any office?
Note that 'she' uses first person pronouns - we - us, and adjectives - our.
These are not 'her' pro-words to use! She is not American and has no right to influence voting here. That is illegal as is pretending to be a U.S. citizen.
Americans, particularly those in their 30s,  do not call Hillary, Mama.
Something is up. There is some reason why this troll farm cage known as Alexi Frest insists on HRC engaging in a race she has, at least 20 times just this year, avowed she will not enter. It has something to do with the bigger picture.
'Alexi Frest'  is not really for Hillary. 'She' is part of a structure against democracy in the U.S. and, specifically, against the Democratic Party.
Yes, Hillary is brilliant, and beautiful, and was our best chance ever, so far, to move ahead in a meaningful way. We all knew that and campaigned on that basis.
But how and why, the minute the campaign was over, the election lost, did this Alexi person suddenly emerge and for what purpose?
'She' sucked up HRC supporters on Facebook and started posting this Mamacita Mierda.
This bitch is not American, has no voting rights here, and all of 'her' posts are illegal since 'she' pretends to be one of us and has no right at all to influence us.
Don't be fooled. 'She' is up to something.  It will end with Trump's reelection because 'she' will not accept any candidate but HRC. That will split the Dems if the plan is effective.
That is one way the trolls will divide the party and ensure that Trump is reelected.
Be wary. Be wise. Be skeptical.
Don't take my word for it. Question her.
Who is her Rep? What district?
Who are her senators?
Who ran the campaign where she 'volunteered?'
Try to get specifics.
You will be blocked. Your questions will be deleted.
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What American city does this look like to you?
Our beautiful Hillary is here for us again! She spoke out at the Democrat Women's Leadership Forum in D.C. and said we would take back the country that we love. She already can sense the amazing Blue Wave, she knows we all need to #VoteBlue2018. Beautifully said, Mama, yes, we will, and you will be there to lead by example and support us. You will help us pick up the pieces, you will offer a friendly, motherly, helping hand, like you did all your life. *Just before our woman spoke, Trump announced he would cut back on federal funds on Planned Parenthood facilities. Thank you SO much, Bernie Sanders and all his voters who are oh-so-progressive, you did SO much for women's rights and equality. Do you know who is progressive? Auntie Maxine Waters. She held a speech at the same event after our Hillary, and she said Trump should be impeached. Auntie is smart! #Hillary2020 #HillLove
Our beautiful Hillary, a former graduate herself, was there at Yale Class Day and held an inspiring speech before a celebrating, happy crowd. Mama should appear in public more often, because she is glowing whenever she can sense our overwhelming love, plus, she delights and inspires us when sharing her valuable thoughts. She looks stunningly attractive, no wonder Google and American press, cowering to Trump, are hiding her newest Yale pictures. She looks half her age, energetic, elegant, and confident, by a sharp contrast with Trump. Mama says she is proud of us when we get an education and engage in respectful discussions, "disagree without being disagreeable," in difficult times when basic human rights, freedom of the press, reason, and facts are under assault. We show resilience and loyalty to our democracy, and we are an inspiration for the future. Mama showed empathy to victims and families of school shootings, to students whose family member was deported, and a black student who was confronted by the police for sleeping on campus. Our Hillary cares about us more than ever. #Hillary2020
Some say our beautiful Hillary as well as the entire Democratic Party should come up with new ideas. Do you agree? Do we have something to improve? I say President Obama had led us into the best direction possible, his policies were based on empathy, kindness, and enlightenment; our next step will be to elect our woman who would further improve President Obama's great work. Her plans on green energy will change the future of the planet, and her support of free public colleges will also build a better future. However, other ideas are still welcomed - should we change something? #Hillary2020 #VoteBlue2018 #Onward

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Hillary Clinton at Yale Class Day 2018

Look for Hillary just after the 30-minute mark.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Hillary Clinton Surprises DNC Women's Forum

At DNC women's forum, Hillary Clinton declares Democrats stand for truth, evidence and facts

FILE PHOTO: Scranton, PA - AUGUST 15: Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holds a rally with US Vice President Joe Biden at Riverfront Sports athletic facility on August 15, 2016 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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To the tunes of Tina Turner and Katy Perry, Democrats gathered four floors below ground, deep in the Washington D.C. Marriott Marquis to hear from a litany of Democrats and one "special guest" whose name did not appear on any formal program. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took the stage to high octave cheers, addressing a female coalition at the DNC Women's Leadership Forum she founded as First Lady alongside Tipper Gore, 25 years ago.
The former secretary of state, U.S. senator, and first lady quickly got to the question she says she's hearing from Democrats across the country: "What do the Democrats stand for?" It's a political query so many Democratic leaders have gone out of their way to address ahead of midterm elections, and in the wake of a presidential election cycle that left some on the left feeling disjointed and void of a unified message.
"We stand for truth, for evidence and facts. What an incredible thing!" Clinton exclaimed, in what may have been a lighthearted jab at an administration. Clinton continued, "We have kind of an affection for evidence. We think it should inform our policies, because they'll actually work better," she declared, prompting modest laughter from the female-dominated audience.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Hillary Clinton Endorses Latino Victory

Last week, I traveled a little far from home, visiting with friends and supporters in Australia and New Zealand. I was thrilled to be there, not only because both countries are incredibly beautiful, but because both have elected women to their highest offices, including current Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern.
It was wonderful to hear women across both countries talk about how having a female prime minister not only influenced policy, but made them more likely to be engaged in politics. As the old saying goes, you can’t be what you can’t see.
Our friends at Latino Victory know this, too; they’ve been working for years now to elect Latino candidates across the country and make sure that young Latino people can see themselves reflected in our government. I’m proud to be their partner through Onward Together, and I hope you’ll learn a little bit more about them today.

Onward Together works to build a brighter future for generations to come by supporting groups that encourage people to organize in their communities or run for office. Because you're an important part of Onward Together, we wanted you to get a chance to know these groups a little bit better. To learn more about Onward Together, click here.
The organization: Latino Victory
The organizers: Actress Eva Longoria and businessman-slash-philanthropist Henry R. Muñoz, III, co-founders and Cristóbal Alex, President.
The mission: To elect progressive Latino candidates in every state, at every level of office
The story: In the months leading up to President Obama’s re-election, Eva and Henry co-founded the Futuro Fund to engage Latino donors. After raising an unprecedented $32 million, they founded Latino Victory to advance the movement past the presidential election. Latino Victory builds political power by recruiting and supporting progressive Latino leaders for office, engaging the Latino electorate, and developing a Latino donor pipeline to make sure the voices of Latinos are reflected at every level of government.
The latest: 69% of Latino Victory candidates won their races in 2016, increasing Latino representation in Congress by a dramatic 18%. In 2017, Latino Victory candidates won even more of their races -- 80%. They contributed to the first special election win under Trump by supporting Representative Jimmy Gomez, and helped Hala Ayala and Elizabeth Guzman make history by becoming the first Latinas elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. Now, Latino Victory is focusing on winning races across the nation and making history by tripling the number of endorsed candidates, and uplifting the achievements of Latinas in every industry by launching the Year of the Latina campaign. 62% of the candidates Latino Victory has endorsed thus far in 2018 are Latinas -- a statistic reflecting the momentum of the modern women’s movement spurred on by the 2016 election.
The next step: Head to latinovictory.us to learn more right now and help Latino Victory flip the House and take back the Senate!

Friday, May 11, 2018

Hillary Clinton in Sydney

Wrapping up her tour down under, Hillary made a final appearance with Julia Gillard in Sydney.
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Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton speaks during a Women World Changers Series event in Sydney.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton speaks during a Women World Changers Series event in Sydney. Source: AAP
Hillary Clinton has wrapped up her speaking tour of Australia with an appearance in Sydney.
Hillary Clinton's shock election loss in 2016 has been endlessly picked apart, from the highest levels of political commentary, to family dinner tables around the world.
But this week, Australians were given the chance to hear from the battle-scarred former US presidential candidate herself.
"People ask how I'm doing, I say as a person I'm doing OK, but I'm pretty concerned about America," she told the largely supportive crowd in Sydney on Friday, after appearing in Melbourne on Thursday.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton (right) sits next to former Australian PM Julia Gillard during a Women World Changers Series event in Sydney.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton (right) sits next to former Australian PM Julia Gillard during a Women World Changers Series event in Sydney.
Reflecting on the immediate aftermath of the election, Ms Clinton credited "Australian chardonnay" as one of the things that got her through.
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Thursday, May 10, 2018

An Evening with Hillary Clinton, Melbourne

Julia Gillard, who as prime minister showed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton around Melbourne in 2010, welcomed her friend back down under on Thursday.

Australia must not allow an expansionist China to subvert Australia's national interests, former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton warns.
Ms Clinton said Australia must stand up to "under the radar" efforts to influence Australian politics as China extends its influence and power.
The former US presidential candidate said Australia must be a strong and savvy advocate for its own interests and understand how best to deal with an expansionist China.
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Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is focusing on America's mid-term elections, hoping the Democrats can win back at least one chamber of congress.
Ms Clinton is on a brief, two-stop speaking tour in Australia, her first visit since losing the 2016 US presidential election to Donald Trump.
She shared a stage in Melbourne on Thursday night with former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard and will do so again in Sydney on Friday night.
The former US secretary of state, who has ruled out another bid for the presidency, said her primary focus as a citizen is on the November elections.
She noted the entire House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate were up for election.
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An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne
Hillary Rodham Clinton announces Julia Gillard to the stage during An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton at The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on May 10, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne
An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne
An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne
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An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne
An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne
An Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - MelbourneAn Evening With Hillary Rodham Clinton - Melbourne

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Hillary Clinton Tweets Disapproval of Trump's Iran Deal Pullout