WikiLeaks has revealed that Hillary Clinton told Goldman Sachs bankers that legalization of marijuana will not happen on her watch.
WikiLeaks has been the most important thing that has happened to an election in a long time. We’ve been able to catch glimpses of the real nature of politicians and bureaucrats like never before, and see the state of democracy for what it is: a once mighty oak ravaged by white ants.
In Hillary Clinton, we see a figure beholden to Wall St., working diligently to advance the influence of financial corporations over government policy and taxpayer money. Her mega-donor list is a who’s who of megabanks that also happened to benefit from the TARP government bailout.
According to Louis Garday Jr., “the word Arkancide, probably coined by the website Arkancide, refers to potential witnesses to the Clintons’ dirty dealings in Arkansas suddenly committing suicide by shooting themselves in the back of the head.
“Arkansas police and coroners, notably medical examiner Fahmy Malak who answered to then-Arkansas governor Bill Clinton, automatically called these shootings suicides. After Bill Clinton became President the phenomenon moved to Washington D.C., most notably when Hillary Clinton’s ex-lover Vincent Foster was found dead on a D.C. park bench and declared to also have committed suicide.
WiliLeaks founder strikes back. After Hillary ordered drone assassination on him, he changed the plan for press conference, and it is going to be indoor event, so the drones are not going to be able to reach to him.
This event is going to be world spectacle and America is waiting Hillary to be destroyed completely!
According to Allen West:
For the past few months, Wikileaks founder and figurehead Julian Assange has stated that his next leak of information “will ensure Hillary Clinton’s arrest.” It was the October Surprise many of us hoped for – and the release was planned for tomorrow. Continue reading
Supporters of Hillary Clinton could have fed more than six million hungry children for a year with the money they poured into Clinton’s failed presidential campaign.
Back in August , I told you that Extortion 17, the downing of a Chinook helicopter with members of SEAL team 6 onboard (those that allegedly carried out the raid on Osama bin Laden), could be Barack Obama’s biggest scandal and one of his administration’s biggest acts of treason. That report came after an interview I conducted with Billy Vaughn, father of slain Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn, who told Freedom Outpost that he wanted answers and those who were responsible for his son’s death to be held accountable. Now, many of the families believe that the incident, which has been deemed the largest loss of life in the Afghan war theater (38 deaths, including nearly two dozen Navy SEALs), was an inside job.
The Washington Times reports:
Things continue to get more odd by the day with Julian Assange. Just yesterday it was reported that an attempted assassination may have been stopped as a man jump the fence when Julian Assange stays, but just a few days prior to that, Assange’s lawyer was killed.
he report says it was a suicide, but WikiLeaks confirms it was NOT a suicide.
According to Before It’s News, Here’s more news you don’t get in the US’ mainstream media: John Jones 48, one of Britain’s top human rights lawyers, who represented Julian Assange was killed last Monday, when he was run over by a commuter train. The death is being called a suicide.
Jeff Mixon, leader of a Black Lives Matter group in Ohio, liked what heard in the presidential debate from Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton about addressing “implicit racism” and working to mend tattered race relations — he just doesn’t trust her to make good on her promises.
Mrs. Clinton used the buzzwords and endorsed policies popular with activists who have protested police shootings of black men. She promised federal funding for racial sensitivity training for police officers and imprisoning fewer black and Hispanic men.
“She knows exactly what to say, but whether or not you can believe it, that’s a totally different story,” said Mr. Mixon. “That’s how a lot of us feel. They talk a good game but it’s just talk.” Continue reading