If This Doesn’t Do It, Absolutely Nothing Will

I just finished watching a troubled man give a press conference. Unfortunately that troubled man could be your next president, if you don’t tell your friends, family, and neighbors—again and again and again—how dangerous he is and how they must vote for Hillary Clinton no matter what they think of her.

Today Trump invited the Russian government to continue its attacks on our democratic process:

If they hacked, they probably have her 33,000 emails. I hope they do. They probably have her 33,000 emails that she lost and deleted…Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 33,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.

If the Republican Party’s leaders don’t abandon him now, there isn’t anything left to say.




  1. Anonymous

     /  July 27, 2016

    I’m afraid it won’t matter! He’s just a kind and gentle “bidnessman”. He don’t mean no harm. Lol


  2. There are ZERO “missing” Clinton emails. There were ZERO classified emails on her personal server.

    Think of the national security violations which we may ~never~ learn of (not even by ‘leaks’ to Wikileaks) due to these crimes:

    Republicans have been those who misused emails. They DELETED millions. They used a REPUBLICAN PARTY email server for government business.

    “Yet, we never hear Republicans bringing up the 22 million emails that were deleted after the public discovered that eight U.S. Attorneys were fired by the Bush Administration in 2007. Years later it was discovered the emails that “could not be produced,” according to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, were actually sent on a private domain server run by the Republican National Committee.”



    • And what people forget about the 33000 “missing” email nonsense is this: Let’s say she had used the official government account for her work and had her own server (or just GMAIL) for personal use. She would get to decide what was work and what was private correspondence by choosing what account she used. It amounts to the same thing, a fact I pointed out when this whole thing surfaced last year.


  3. The George W. Bush email scandal the media has conveniently forgotten – Salon.com



    • I haven’t forgotten it. Wrote about it a while back, but thanks for reminding us again. That was a real scandal and it never comes up on cable TV news.


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