Mainstream Media Is Trying To Hide Hillary Clinton's Leaked E-Mails
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Mainstream Media Is Trying To Hide Hillary Clinton's Leaked E-Mails

All Americans need to read them and see Clinton for who she really is.

Mainstream Media Is Trying To Hide Hillary Clinton's Leaked E-Mails

For the past couple weeks, all the media can talk about is an inappropriate comment Trump made about women over a decade ago. All of the mainstream media networks have continually covered the short tape, even as around a thousand people die in Hurricane Matthew, Russia prepares for war, and more leaked e-mails are released by Julian Assange of WikiLeaks.

The Clinton campaign and the media want American voters to believe that Trump is a horrible human being and think that if they shout it at us enough, we will become enraged and completely forget the horrible things she has said and actually done.

Hillary Clinton even suggested that Assange should be droned for informing the public about her illegal and unethical behavior. Then she gets up on the debate stage and claims that Donald Trump is the one who does not have the temperament to be President.

E-mails are still being leaked, and they address a host of controversies regarding Hillary Clinton herself, the Clinton Foundation, and the Democratic Party. Mainstream media, which she has in her pocket, pays very little, if any, attention to these e-mails, but every American needs to know what was inside them.

In the leaked e-mails, Hillary revealed that she believes politicians need to have public and private positions. She thinks that people should not be able to see the inner workings of government -- essentially, that government needs to hide things from the voters who put them there.

She has spoken negatively about Muslims, calling them "sand n*****s." Her campaign spokeswoman, Jennifer Palmieri, was revealed mocking Catholics and Evangelicals "severely backwards." Palmieri insulted a media mogul for raising his children to be Catholic and painted Christians as crazy. The Clinton campaign has hostile feelings toward anyone of faith.

Bernie Sanders pushed for her to release transcripts of her paid Wall Street speeches during the primary election (which, by the way, she rigged in her favor). While those full transcripts were not leaked, excerpts were. In those speeches she wants open trade, open borders, and essentially one big market. Were this the case, countries would cease to exist, including this one. In these speeches she also admitted that she has no way to relate to the middle class and that she is far removed from it because of her and her husband's wealth.

To make her classified e-mail scandal worse, her team tried to come up with an excuse to not release the e-mails after being issued a subpoena. Everyone associated with this strategizing knew good and well that they were breaking the law to try to hide how badly they had broken the law in the first place. Clinton also communicated with the Department of Justice regarding the release of her e-mails.

Hillary Clinton is the picture of dishonesty. Her stories do not line up, she deliberately defies the law, and she shows little regard for the American people. NBC, CNN, etc. will not flash these e-mails all over your television screen for weeks on end because they are on her side, but all Americans should see Clinton for what she really is and remember these secret e-mails in the voting booth in November.

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