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revbones

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web developer, agnostic reverend (for weddings - straight & LGBT), disabled veteran, swing-dancer, emcee, runner, schnauzer owner, banjo novice and hardcore liberal

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How the right-wing handed the nomination to Hillary, and then won the election

Could easily be the story if Bernie doesn't win and an indictment comes.

How? By inoculating Hillary supporters against the truth. The right-wing has beat up on the Clintons so much over the years, that any hint of wrong-doing by Hillary is just swept under the rug by her supporters because it's obviously just more right-wing smears.

For a Hillary supporter, it seems that there can be no open discussion. No consideration that she just might have done something wrong.

There is only one candidate currently with an active ongoing FBI investigation. There is only one candidate that deleted 30,000 emails. There is only one candidate that sent classified information to Sidney Blumenthal - and it's not classified after the fact.

This is in addition to not releasing transcripts, lying to unions about the Colombia Free Trade Agreement, having pay for play arms deals with the Clinton Foundation exposed by the emails and the list goes on. But no Hillary supporter will ever even consider that there might just be some truth in any of it.

If Hillary wins, who wants odds on how many Goldman Sachs execs are in White House

I keep hearing from Hillary supporters that the $675k money given directly to her for 3 speeches and $2.5million to her super-PAC aren't bribes and there are no expectations with them.

It was just due to her celebrity status. It was because other speakers are paid highly too. One person even said Trump is highly paid so she should be too.

I'm calling it right now. Who thinks there'll be a Goldman Sachs Treasury Secretary? What about the SEC?
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