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Hillary's Shameless Interview With Leftist Loon April Ryan

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Bronson Stocking

Posted: Sep 06, 2020 7:35 PM

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Hillary Clinton and her tin hat sat for an interview with reporter April Ryan of the American Urban Radio Networks. Former President Bill Clinton, Hillary's rape-accused philandering husband, appeared by her side.

The former secretary of state accused Trump of using fear to rile up his supporters, before telling Democrats that they need to vote as if their lives depend on it, "because you know what they do. They truly do," said Hillary. Later in the interview, Hillary warned that we will no longer have a democracy if Trump wins re-election and called the president a "clear and present danger" to our freedoms and liberties. Yeah, it sounds like Trump is the one stoking fear, Hillary.

Bill chimed in, expressing his own disbelief over the recent events in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where Kyle Rittenhouse stands accused of shooting three rioters who appear in video footage to be attacking him. Bill can't understand why Rittenhouse, who nonviolently surrendered himself to police officers, wasn't shot by cops like Jacob Blake was. Police say Blake fought with officers, placed a cop in a headlock, resisted two taser attempts to subdue him, and was reaching for a knife inside his vehicle before cops resorted to deadly force. Yeah. That's a real mystery, Bill.

Running with Bill's nonsense, leftist journalist Ryan told the Clintons that she believes President Trump "is stoking a race war and ground zero is Portland, Oregon." Bill agreed with Ryan's assessment, but Hillary, who must still have political aspirations, said only that she believes Trump is using fear to gin up his supporters. 

Do these people think Trump supporters are the ones terrorizing cities? They act like Antifa and BLM rioters have been the ones staying home for the past few months and it's Trump supporters going out killing people, tearing down statues, looting businesses, setting fires, and throwing bombs at cops. If anyone is trying to "start a war," I'm thinking it's the people throwing Molotov cocktails. 

Bill then managed to complain about too many Americans dying from the coronavirus without mentioning the four Democratic governors who decided to send COVID-infected patients into nursing homes. The Justice Department is now reviewing those deadly decisions.  

Hillary, the bitter hag who claims to be so worried about our democracy, repeated her call to Joe Biden not to concede the election "under any circumstances." Hillary said the Russians were helping Trump last time and are helping Trump again this year. She made no mention of China or Iran's efforts to help Biden win the presidency.

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Liz
7 minutes ago, Hieronymous said:

EVERY SINGLE PERSON in politics calls the US a democracy, including the President.  There is the problem right there.

"A Republic, if You Can Keep It"

New American

Written by  John F. McManus

Monday, 06 November 2000

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The deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 were held in strict secrecy. Consequently, anxious citizens gathered outside Independence Hall when the proceedings ended in order to learn what had been produced behind closed doors. The answer was provided immediately. A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, "Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?" With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, "A republic, if you can keep it."

This exchange was recorded by Constitution signer James McHenry in a diary entry that was later reproduced in the 1906 American Historical Review. Yet in more recent years, Franklin has occasionally been misquoted as having said, "A democracy, if you can keep it." The NRA's Charleton Heston quoted Franklin this way, for example, in a CBS 60 Minutes interview with Mike Wallace that was aired on December 20, 1998.

This misquote is a serious one, since the difference between a democracy and a republic is not merely a question of semantics but is fundamental.

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LongKnife
6 hours ago, Hieronymous said:

EVERY SINGLE PERSON in politics calls the US a democracy, including the President.  There is the problem right there.

True, but I think most people use that word in a generic sense meaning a government by the people. Like asking for a “Coke”, when they want a soft drink.

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Jon Wayne

America's not a republic or a democracy.  It's an insane asylum.  

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TBER6

Hillary Clinton - if hypocrisy and irony had a baby...

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Severian
Just now, TBER6 said:

Hillary Clinton - if hypocrisy and irony had a baby...

And beat it nearly to death with an ugly stick.

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TBER6
Just now, Severian said:

And beat it nearly to death with an ugly stick.

Then stuffed it in a pant suit.

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Alexis
4 hours ago, LongKnife said:

True, but I think most people use that word in a generic sense meaning a government by the people. Like asking for a “Coke”, when they want a soft drink.

Exactly!

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mjperry51
4 hours ago, LongKnife said:

True, but I think most people use that word in a generic sense meaning a government by the people. Like asking for a “Coke”, when they want a soft drink.

Words have meanings. Use them as if they do. . .

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zurg
11 hours ago, Hieronymous said:

EVERY SINGLE PERSON in politics calls the US a democracy, including the President.  There is the problem right there.

I would enjoy it immensely if Trump took one of these reporters/democrats to task and told them the difference between what we are and a democracy and why the founding fathers were so wise. 

The more I think about it, the more I think he should make that point. 

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