Hillary’s Republican Following – Good Riddance…

Hillary Clinton is being sued by two of the ‘gold families’ of Benghazi victims, Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods. At the same time an 84 year old former UN Commissioner from Ecuador is calling for the ousting of WikiLeaks, Jullian Assange, who is being held in the Ecuadorian embassy in the UK.  Why?  Because he leaked Hillary emails…

Jose Ayala Lasso who spent his entire career fighting for Human Rights, has decided he should enter the fray of Hillary’s email scandal…and call for Assange’s arrest. Last time Lasso did anything was about 20 years ago and it was about human rights abuses, not US political scandals. Is that the best the Clinton’s could do?

Media pundits would have us believe that a vast number of devout Republicans are abdicating and changing sides…  Many of these Republicans who formerly used Khizr Khan as their scapegoat for switching sides, might want to take a hypocritical look in the rearview mirror. 

Who are these devout holier than thou Republicans?  Do they really matter?

Richard Hanna – he’s retiring this year

Meg Whitman – wealthy CEO of HP who aspires to be a presidential candidate. She and her husband started a charitable foundation in 2006 – and much like the Clinton Foundation theirs has accumulated $46 million in assets with just $125,000 in charitable donations…most of which went to The Environmental Defense Fund. That’s a gifting ratio of .0027. She claims that Trump endorses ‘racial division’ – a feat that has risen exponentially during the Obama administration. She didn’t vote for 28 years… so endorsing a candidate is rather a waste of time unless you plan to actually cast a vote. And she has been mired in scandals including earning $1.78 million on ‘spinning’ deals with Goldman Sachs whereby she was given selective IPO’s. She came under fire for demanding that employers be accountable for hiring illegal immigrants only to discover she was employing one herself. She supports abortion and doesn’t appear to think California has a water problem and restrictions should be lifted.

Henry Paulson – in a documentary, Paulson was named as one of the major players that caused the financial meltdown of 2008. Former CEO to Goldman Sachs, the bank bailout was criticized as he was not non-partial.

Richard Armitage, Brent Scowcroft (age 91), William Reilly, Alan Steinberg, Leslie Westine, Korey Schake

Robert Kagan – he conveniently goes both ways voting Democrat and Republic depending on his mood. He is married to Victoria Nuland, Obama’s Assistant secretary of European and Eurasian Affairs. He served on the Foreign Affairs Policy Board under – Hillary.

Peter Mansoor – a senior fellow at The Council on Foreign Relations, whose 1959 manifesto reads: “…building a New International Order [which] must be responsive to world aspirations for peace, [and] for social and economic change…an international order ...including states labeling themselves as 'Socialist.” According to Dr. Carroll Quigley, CFR has a goal of abolishing the two party system and making them identical so as to make the American people change sides because there are no more lines of differentiation… Their 1974 annual report states, “The management of the International economy, global poverty, environment and the new "common"... the oceans, the seabeds, and space, and interstate violence, including arms control.”

Mark Salter – a speechwriter...

Maria Comella – aide to Chris Christie...

Sally Bradshaw – has left the Republican Party and registered as ‘non-affiliated’. She claims that Trump’s comments about Khizr Khan were the last straw for her – I guess she thinks Hillary’s comments on Woods and Smith are – aok...

The media is bending over backward to find more and more – but the list is a shrug, it is really meaningless. It merely supports the notion that the regime is fearful and needs to construct from clay a core stance, but the clay has already turned to rock, and the rock to dust.

What these people want – is not what The People want, and that’s what really matters.

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