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Hillary Clinton addresses Netroots Nation July 16

Hillary Clinton addresses Netroots Nation July 16

Hillary Clinton addressed the activist-left Netroots Nation (#nn16) conference earlier this month, where she:

  1. claimed that police officers were killing black children,
  2. said she wants to earmark $1 billion dollars in her first budget to combat “implicit bias, which remains a problem across our society and even in the best of our police departments,”
  3. encouraged left-wing bloggers, socialists and community organizers to engage in a vile left-wing (and often successful) tactic of strategic litigation by “seek[ing] out cases to challenge Citizen’s United in the courts,” so that she can bolster a case for a constitutional amendment to overturn the supreme court’s ruling.

Right off the gate, Hillary Clinton echoed the oft-repeated false premise of Black Lives Matter that black Americans are being indiscriminately murdered by racist police officers.

Clinton starts her address by saying,

“It’s been nearly two years since Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson. With the help of activists including those in the Black Lives Matter movement, our country is truly engaged in a difficult but critical conversation about systemic racism and injustice. But now we need to turn talk into action. Last week’s tragedies [presumably the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile] only underscore the urgency of end-to-end criminal justice reform and stopping the tragedy of black men and women and black children being killed by police or dying in custody.”

Hillary Clinton bashed police in a shameless attempt to win over the most radical leftists, doubling down on the fake charge that police are racist.

Clinton said that as president, she would “target one billion dollars” in her “first budget to take on implicit bias, which remains a problem across our society and even in the best of our police departments.”

It should be noted that this “community policing” initiative has been done, and redone in the Obama administration. In fact, the “President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Implementation Guide: Moving from Recommendations to Action” can be found here. The task force, packed with “progressives” was formed by executive order. The booklet was developed by Strategic Applications International after receiving a grant by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice, who evidently could not manage to do the job themselves.

To a radical left crowd, Hillary Clinton could not very well mention the actual statistics and explode the fragile bubble of propaganda in which the radical left have cocooned themselves.

Citizens United v. FEC

But Hillary Clinton’s also said that she would “propose a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizen’s United and give the American people – all of us – the chance to reclaim our democracy.” Americans may remember when President Obama publicly shamed the United States Supreme Court justices during a State of the Union address in January 2010 over “Citizens United v. FEC.”

A summary of the ruling can be found here.

The Citizen’s United ruling is what directly led (see here and here) to panicked democrats urging the IRS to target the Tea Party and other patriot groups, which they did.

Photo via the Atlantic

Hillary Clinton assured the radical activists at Netroots that she will “appoint supreme court justices who understand that this decision was a disaster for our democracy…” She continued to encourage these activists to seek out court cases to establish precedent to boost her constitutional amendment proposal.

Clinton said:

“I hope some of the brilliant minds in this room will seek out cases to challenge Citizen’s United in the courts because I know I can’t do this alone. We need you to keep speaking out, keep organizing, and keep holding elected officials – including me – accountable.”

One example of how leftist groups used “strategic litigation” to rid land in the west of ranching.

Some of the panel discussions included at Netroots addressed such urgent topics as:

  • Keep It in the Ground: Getting the Federal Government Out of the Fossil Fuel Business
  • Climate Justice Strategies: Exploring the Intersections of Climate Change
  • Justice at the Ballot Box: How Holding Prosecutors Accountable in Elections is Key to Criminal Justice Reform
  • Uniting and Mobilizing Communities of Color, Millennials and Working People in 2016
  • How Progressives Helped Pass the Iran Deal and How We Can Keep Winning

In case you are unclear about whether socialists have taken over the Democrat party, here is a very small sample of the tweets about the conference:

One of the very telling messages from Hillary Clinton was she vowed to work with the socialists who supported Bernie Sanders:

“Now I know, many of the people in this room supported Senator Sanders in the primary. I’m looking forward to hearing from you, learning from you, and working with you.”

As an aside, Donald Trump is taking the opposite approach. Instead of vowing to work with conservatives who supported his opponent Ted Cruz, Trump is actively courting Bernie supporters by attacking Hillary Clinton from the left. He is also vowing to start a super PAC to combat Senator Ted Cruz and other republicans. The GOP has also adopted the strategy of courting Bernie Sanders supporters, as is evident in this inexplicable GOP piece on Hillary Clinton’s radical left running mate, Tim Kaine.

As reported at TrevorLoudon.com, Tim Kaine is no moderate.

Watch Hillary Clinton’s comments here:

Here is the transcript:

“Hello Netroots Nation,

Thanks for putting progressive issues front and center in this election, and every election for more than a decade. And thanks, too, for shining a spotlight on the urgent, pressing challenge of criminal justice reform. It’s been nearly two years since Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson. With the help of activists including those in the Black Lives Matter movement, our country is truly engaged in a difficult but critical conversation about systemic racism and injustice. But now we need to turn talk into action. Last week’s tragedies only underscore the urgency of end-to-end criminal justice reform and stopping the tragedy of black men and women and black children being killed by police or dying in custody.

I’ve laid out a comprehensive reform agenda. Now I’m proposing two additional steps. First, as president, I’ll bring law enforcement and communities together to develop national guidelines on the use of force. Second, I will target one billion dollars in my first budget to take on implicit bias, which remains a problem across our society and even in the best of our police departments. I’m proud that for the first time, the democratic platform addresses these issues in a comprehensive way and that we have developed the most progressive platform in our party’s history.

Now I know, many of the people in this room supported Senator Sanders in the primary. I’m looking forward to hearing from you, learning from you, and working with you. You’ve helped put political and campaign finance reform at the top of the national agenda and I intend to keep it there.

Today, I’m announcing that in my first thirty days as president, I will propose a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizen’s United and give the American people – all of us – the chance to reclaim our democracy. I will also appoint supreme court justices who understand that this decision was a disaster for our democracy and I will fight for other progressive reforms including small dollar matching and disclosure requirements.

I hope some of the brilliant minds in this room will seek out cases to challenge Citizen’s United in the courts because I know I can’t do this alone. We need you to keep speaking out, keep organizing, and keep holding elected officials – including me – accountable.

We know what happens when progressive voices get drowned out by the other side and we cannot let that happen. So I’m looking forward to fighting along side you and Senator Sanders in the weeks, months, and years to come. Because you know what? We are stronger together. Thank you all very much.”

Clinton’s insane proposals reflect the ongoing anti-American takeover of the democrat party that Trevor Loudon has been warning Americans about in his books, including The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress, his website Keywiki.org, and highlighting in his upcoming political documentary, the Enemies Within.

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3 Comments »

  • Nic says:

    68 years of age… As Mr. Putin is going to “stay forever young”, will she probably share the secret? A US-Russia reapprochement would be then guaranteed. She might use the SVR channels or simply that hotline of course. No objections by Bill?..

    • Nic says:

      And the other guy, as he doesn’t seeem to be able of offering anything that valuable, could make another try in four years or even later.

      Anyway, Mr.Yeltsin was also ready to involve an US assistance when he was in need. This time the fascinating picture speaks for itself.

  • Nic says:

    The racism issue is indeed apparent to many (rep. many) foreigners visiting the US.

    Some years ago my wife and myself were walking just beyond the Capitol hill Washington DC. To our surprise – so undereducated we had been – the area looked in its design akin to what they call slums. Quite many Afro Americans were sitting there at the doorsteps, some of them listening to their super-loud devises or, apparently, enjoying the summer weather conditions in some other ways.

    What we’ve heard from various sides, while crossing the area, was,i.a.,: “here comes the blanket shit!”; some more aggressive moves followed as well.

    As a professional journalist (from a rather pro-Afro American place) I’ve managed to put those expressions on my tape recorder (US-produced, a good an reliable one).

    Did we miss the chance to apply to the police or to a lawyer and, probably, to request some compensation?..

    I’ve discussed the episode with some Germans and Poles with similar experiences. They generally replied: “all that was sad yet understandable and so justified in a way because difficult history etc.” So they also didn’t abuse the authorities with their own cases…

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