Wednesday, April 6, 2016

HILLARY SAYS "YOUNGER" VOTERS ARE MISINFORMED?

Here's what Hillary had to say in a recent  interview with Chuck Todd;

"I feel sorry sometimes for the young people who believe this, they don't do their own research," Clinton said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press."

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said she feels bad for the young people who believe what rival Bernie Sanders says about her taking money from the fossil fuel industry.



She goes on to boldly claim that the heavily propagandized Mainstream Media  "independent" is the "reliable" source to debunk any assertions made by her opponent (Bernie Sanders). This was her exact response; "And I'm glad we now can point to reliable independent analysis to say no, it's just not true."

Ironically just he opposite is true!

First off, younger people (many are new voters) are well informed because they don't use the mainstream media as a source for "real" news but rather log in to the internet where the social media network(s) provide a rich and abundant source of information not tainted by "commercialized" interests.

                         

What's also equally true is that, rather than feeling "sorry' for younger voters Hillary is "afraid" of them and the impact they are having on this election.

Never in Hillary's (or the Democratic Establishment) wildest dreams could they have predicted that an old disheveled grass roots self declared social Democrat would be able to stir the passion that is driving what he calls the "revolution" that is hell-bent on cleaning the rigged and corrupt political machine that is destroying America.

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said she feels bad for the young people who believe what rival Bernie Sanders says about her taking money from the fossil fuel industry.

Clinton last week accused the Sanders campaign of lying about her taking donations from the fossil fuel industry.

“I am so sick of the Sanders campaign lying about me. I’m sick of it,” the former first lady said last week.

On Sunday, Clinton said she cares "passionately" about climate change and has been working to try to move us away from fossil fuels for many years. She said Sanders claims about her taking money from the fossil fuel industry have been "debunked."

Sanders on Sunday defended the claim.

"I don't think that we are distorting reality," he said on CNN's "State of the Union." "That's the simple reality."