Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Democrat National Convention and the Clinton Crime Family

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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The social engineering and the psychological programming of the Democrat Voters is complete. . .

Media cry 'tears of joy' for Hillary milestone...

ABC’s World News Tonight repeatedly harped in the most jittery mood possible about the DNC hall being in “tears” at Clinton becoming the first woman to be a major party’s presidential nominee.  ABC anchor David Muir welcomed viewers to the newscast by proclaiming that America was collectively “witnessing something truly historic in this convention hall right behind us” with “[r]eal emotion here on display, tears of joy from Hillary Clinton's supporters, and a sense of true pride from Bernie Sanders supporters.”

DAVID MUIR: Breaking news tonight on the floor of the Democratic National Convention. The roll call under way. The tension. History about to be made. Chants of Hillary, chants of Bernie on the floor. With Hillary Clinton about to become the first female presidential nominee...we are witnessing something truly historic in this convention hall right behind us.

Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton is bought and sold.

During MSNBC’s coverage of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, host Rachel Maddow stated that she found the top part of former President Bill Clinton’s speech to the DNC “shocking and rude.”

Maddow began by giving the end of the speech an A+, but then said, “I think the beginning of the speech was a controversial way to start, honestly, talking about the girl, a girl, leading with this long story about him being attracted to an unnamed girl and thinking about whether he was starting something he couldn’t finish, building her whole political story, for the whole first half of the speech around her marriage to him. I think, unless there were worries that this is going to be too feminist a convention, that was not a feminist way to start. But the end of the speech was really good. I’ve got to say, the top of the speech I found shocking and rude.”
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She “calls you when you’re sick, when your kid’s in trouble or when there’s a death in the family,” Bill said of his partner of 40 years.

It has been said that the essence of the Clinton marriage is coming to each other’s rescue in critical moments. Or maybe more precisely, their byzantine conjugal dynamic works like this: One of them creates chaos — usually Bill — and then they get out of it together. Or as a former aide described the Clinton pattern: “Hubris. Funk. Reintroduction.”

“You could drop her in any trouble spot, pick one, come back in a month and somehow, some way, she will have made it better,” he said, in a line that could have applied to global crises or marital. (An earlier celebrity speaker tonight was Tony Goldwyn, who plays the philandering president in a series inspired by Bill and Monica).

After the email shaming and a bloodless campaign, tonight it was Bill’s turn to rescue Hillary from being the most unknown known person in history. One of the most liked presidents was charged with humanizing one of the least liked presidential candidates.

“One of the most seductive characters we’ve seen in American politics in our lifetime,” as David Axelrod calls Bill Clinton, had to melt the sphinx-like aura of his guarded wife.

The uncontrollable Clinton had to make the tightly-controlled Clinton seem less coiled and more endearing. The Protean pol had to take his wife’s ever-shifting personas and policies, and paint a cohesive portrait. He rivaled Ivanka in his talent for airbrushing, but he probably won’t be offering his convention outfit for sale tonight.


It is another example of the overcorrecting that marks Hillary’s career. In trying to feminize and maternalize Hillary, Bill almost went overboard about that “girl,” as he called her three times. He poured on the estrogen, presaging his role as helpmeet in the East Wing.


“One is real, the other is made up,” he said of the caricature of Hillary. “You nominated the real one.”


 on Tuesday night, as millions of voters watched and with the political stakes as high as they've ever been, the former president tried to make sense of it all and make the case for his wife, the newly minted Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
"In the spring of 1971, I met a girl," he began.


Bill Clinton cast himself as a passenger in his wife's life, reshaping the story of much of their decades in politics.


IT WAS a glowing tribute to his beloved wife, the woman who aims to make history by becoming President of the United States of America.

At the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Bill Clinton was fulsome in his praise of Hillary, who has now officially received the party’s nomination for the top job.

But there was something big - something huge - missing from his speech.

The former Mr President described the potential Mrs President as the “best darn change-maker” he’d ever met and recounted how he tried three times to get her to marry him, in a speech designed to use his popularity to ingratiate his wife to Middle America.

He took the crowd on a journey through the years of their relationship. It was 1971, he said, when he met the girl with big blonde hair and glasses.

There were the years between 1993 and 2001 when he and Hillary made the White House their home.

There was 1997, when daughter Chelsea went to college, and then, just like that, we were in 1999.

But there was one year missing. A year it’s probably best not to bring up when you’re trying to sell the audience a story of your happy marriage.

In all of Clinton’s speech, 1998 was completely absent. But why? After all, during 1998, a number of notable events occurred. The Winter Olympics took place in Japan, France beat Brazil in the World Cup final and Titanic took out 11 Oscars.

It wouldn’t have anything to do with Monica Lewinsky would it?Source:AP

But, for the Clintons, it was also their “annus horribilis”. It was in January that website the Drudge Report revealed allegations that White House intern Monica Lewinsky had sex with the then President Bill Clinton.

Later the same month, Clinton made the now famous denial: “I did not have sexual relations with that woman”.


"Juanita Broaddrick has told this reporter that she was raped not once but twice by Bill Clinton during the same infamous encounter in 1978."

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