Hillary Clinton announces 2016 presidential run

Pro Wall Street Globalist Hillary Rodham Clinton has formally announced her plans for a 2016 presidential run

By Alex Thomas

(INTELLIHUB) — In a move that has been foreshadowed for months, Hillary Clinton announced her 2016 White House bid in a video Sunday afternoon.

In the video Hillary revealed a progressive message, promising to be a champion for the poor as Americas top 1% continues to have the deck stacked in their favor.

“I’m getting ready to do something too. I’m running for president.”

“Americans have fought their way back from tough economic times. But the deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top. Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion.

So you can do more than just get by, you can get ahead and stay ahead. Because when families are strong, America is strong. So I’m hitting the road to earn your vote. Because it’s your time, and I hope you’ll join us on this journey.”

Unfortunately for Clinton, the reality and history of her political life shows her to be a pro Wall Street neoliberal with hawkish foreign policy views more closely held by the Bush Administration than a progressive fighting for the middle class.

Her time as Secretary of State will also be a major campaign issue with numerous controversies and outright unethical dealings to answer for.

Despite her promise to the Obama Administration, The Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from various foreign governments while she was Americas top diplomat in what ended up being one of the most unethical and outright corrupt actions in Clinton’s entire public life.

The Washington Post reported:

The Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from seven foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, including one donation that violated its ethics agreement with the Obama administration, foundation officials disclosed Wednesday.

Most of the contributions were possible because of exceptions written into the foundation’s 2008 agreement, which included limits on foreign-government donations.

The agreement, reached before Clinton’s nomination amid concerns that countries could use foundation donations to gain favor with a Clinton-led State Department, allowed governments that had previously donated money to continue making contributions at similar levels.

The new disclosures, provided in response to questions from The Washington Post, make clear that the 2008 agreement did not prohibit foreign countries with interests before the U.S. government from giving money to the charity closely linked to the secretary of state.

Clinton’s use of private email throughout her time at the State Department could also become a major campaign issue, especially when you consider that many believe she used the private email to help cover up her foundations dealings with foreign governments.

Clinton proponents will undoubtedly move to label most, if not all, criticism of the former first lady as sexist in the same way critics of Obama were labeled racist in the past. A group supporting Clinton has already come up with 13 words that they claim journalists are no longer allowed to use when reporting on Clinton. This type of outright censorship and media manipulation has been, and will continue to be, a hallmark of Hillary Clinton’s career.

In the days ahead we can expect the mainstream media to worship Hillary’s announcement and do little to no actual reporting on her campaign promises or past corrupt actions while at the same time attacking Rand Paul and other Republican candidates for everything humanly possible.

In fact, Media Matters for America has publicly stated that their entire mission in the upcoming elections is to defend Clinton from any and all attacks.

About the Author:

Alex Thomas is a reporter who has worked in the alternative media for over three years. His work has been featured on numerous news outlets including Infowars and RT. Alex is an exclusive weapon of Intellihub.

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