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Hillary called the GOP nominee for president a racist (GOP Reaction)


Trump supporter gets schooled on the difference between the Donald and Martin Luther King Jr.

Kayleigh McEnany: He has been trying hard to be inclusive. What we saw today was divisive, it does nothing to bring us together. What Martin Luther King said was we have to learn to live together as brothers, or we will perish together as fools. Hillary Clinton’s speech did nothing to help us live as one united country.

Guy Cecil: I always enjoy when a Trump supporter wants to ignore his record and then quote Martin Luther King. Martin Luther King would not have kicked African-Americans off of a casino floor because a gambler wanted him to. Martin Luther King would not have put a C on top of a rental application and prevented African Americans—

McEnany: —that was never proven!

Cecil: —prevented African Americans from renting from him. Martin Luther King would not have sat on a stage and ridiculed individual Muslims. He would not have insulted a Hispanic judge who was born in America and just happened to be of Mexican heritage. The idea that Donald Trump should get pats on the back because he sat at a table with six African-Americans—this is 2016


JEB BUSH: “I can’t comment on his views, because they seem to be ever changing...

Jeb Bush spitting fire on Trump on WABC: “I can’t comment on his views, because they seem to be ever changing...


Shorter Trump: You can trust me. I will never lie to you.


I was only lying to the racists and white supremacists who got me here.


Hillary smacks Trump after he calls her a bigot


Hillary Clinton dismissed Donald Trump's recent attempt to appeal to minority voters, accusing him of "taking a hate movement mainstream."

Clinton was asked during an interview on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" about the GOP nominee calling her a "bigot" during a speech earlier Wednesday night in Mississippi.

"Donald Trump has shown us who he is. And we ought to believe him," she said, invoking civil rights activist Maya Angelou's idea that someone shows you who they truly are the first time around.

"He is taking a hate movement mainstream," she continued. "He's brought it into his campaign. He is bringing it to our communities and our country."


This from Limbaugh is pretty interesting - and has a lot of truth:


LOL: "Trump hasn't changed his position on immigration-He has changed the words that he is saying."



After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped over 400M people

George Bush did this painting:

nuff said:

Whoopsie: Russian hackers post same document twice, but with glaring differences

Often, in war, mistakes are made. Sometimes, in Russia’s information war against the West, mistakes are made and then published for all the world to see.

That seems to be what happened when two supposedly independent hacking groups, believed by security experts to have ties to the Kremlin, posted the same documents stolen from a philanthropy run by George Soros. But the hack included a twist: Some of the documents taken by one group were altered in a bid to try and link Soros to Russian anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny, revealing how hackers likely working for Moscow are editing documents to smear their victims.

After hackers broke into a system for sharing documents at Soros’ Open Society Foundations, material describing the organization’s work in Russia appeared on two different sites: in November on the web platform of CyberBerkut, a pro-Russian hacking group that opposes Ukraine’s current government, and in June on DCLeaks.com, a website that hosts purloined documents and is believed by security researchers to be a Russian project.

Among the documents posted, at least three appear on both sites. The documents posted by CyberBerkut have been edited to try and show that Open Society provides significant financial support to Navalny.

CyberBerkut edited one budget document to include a line describing a grant to Navalny’s Foundation for Fighting Corruption to the tune of either $240,000 or $122,000 — CyberBerkut’s editors managed to put two different amounts on the same budget line. In another document titled, “Russia Project Strategy, 2014-2017,” Berkut added the name of Navalny’s foundation to a paragraph describing the lack in Russia of “institutions that focus analytically on issues of policy relevance.” By adding the Foundation for Fighting Corruption to that paragraph, Berkut falsely implied that Navalny’s group received financial support from Open Society. And Berkut edited a third document, which describes how Russian NGOs are complying with the country’s harsh laws governing civil society groups, to claim that Navalny receives support from Yandex, a Russian Internet services firm that competes with Google.



Charity Watch really blows the lid off the Clinton Foundation scandal.

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