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Hillary Clinton Slams Trump During Her Alma Mater May 26 2017 Commencement Speech 48 Years After Becoming The First Student To Deliver A Commencement Speech In Her Role As Wellesley College Class President!

Posted in United States with tags , , , , , , , , , , on May 26, 2017 by sheriffali

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“Apparently CNN and other News Agencies that helped torpedo the 2016 Election and Elected America’s Biggest Embezzler and Con Man Donald Trump are still on the War Path against Hillary Clinton. However, loyal Supporters such as myself and tens of millions of other Supporters, stand steadfast in our dedication and commitment to one of America’s most educated, qualified and experienced Leaders – Hillary Clinton.”

 

[VOX] “Addressing the graduating class at Wellesley College Friday, Clinton’s commencement speech delivered punch after punch at the man who robbed her of the presidency: Donald Trump.

 

She took jabs at the right-wing Pizzagate conspiracy, the White House’s “alternative facts” — from the crowd size at inauguration to “drumming up rampant fear about undocumented immigrants” — and compared his administration to that of Richard Nixon.

 

Clinton returned to her alma mater to give the 2017 commencement speech 48 years after becoming the first student to deliver a commencement speech in her role as Wellesley class president — a historic moment that landed her on the pages of Life magazine in 1969.

 

Now, having been first lady, a senator, and secretary of state, and with two failed presidential runs under her belt, Clinton gave a speech that was far from a rosy picture about the joys of entering the real world. Rather, she said this class was “graduating at a time when there is a full-fledged assault on truth and reason” — making a call to action.

 

“As the history majors among you here today know all too well, when people in power invent their own facts and attack those who question them, it can mark the beginning of the end of a free society,” she told the graduating class. “That is not hyperbole. It is what authoritarian regimes throughout history have done. They attempt to control reality.”

 

Clinton makes subtle comments about impeachment

 

[1] She wasn’t talking about Trump — well, not explicitly.

 

Instead, Clinton was recalling the start of her career as an activist during the height of the Vietnam War protests, explaining a time of dishonesty from top officials, mass casualties abroad, and “deep differences over civil rights and poverty.”

 

She was talking about Richard Nixon, but everyone in the audience got the message. This was really more about a comparison to Trump:

 

“We were asking urgent questions about whether women, people of color, religious minorities, immigrants would ever be treated with dignity and respect. And by the way, we were furious about the past presidential election of a man whose presidency would eventually end in disgrace with his impeachment for obstruction of justice.”

 

Transcript Of Hillary Clinton Commencement Speech May 26 2017

http://www.cosmopolitan.com/politics/a9937788/hillary-clinton-wellesley-commencement-speech-transcript/

 

 

 Open Link For Full Article On Hillary Clinton’s Speech

 

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/5/26/15700972/hillary-clinton-wellesley-commencement-trump-roast

 

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America Needs To Keep The White House Under Democratic Control. The Economy Is Bouncing Back Strong Once Again And Republicans Are Hoping To Win In Order To Wreck America Again. Please Look At The Three Images In This Blog As It Relates To Bernie Sanders And What The Hispanic Vote Says About Mr. Sander’s Chances.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 10, 2015 by sheriffali

Even as Bernie Sanders moves up in the polls, many people are realizing that there’s a big hole in his coalition: black voters.

 

Barack Obama won a razor-thin victory over Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Democratic primaries seven years ago in large part because black voters supported Mr. Obama by a 5-to-1 margin. Without their support, he would have lost, and lost big — probably by more than 20 points in the national popular vote.

 

As a result, many have framed Mr. Sanders’s challenge in racial terms. But his challenge in getting the support of nonwhite voters is not simply a problem of race. It’s primarily a problem with moderate and less educated Democrats, regardless of race, which disproportionately affects his support among nonwhite voters. His challenge among black voters may be no greater than his challenge among ideologically and demographically similar white voters.

 

It’s not very fair to Mr. Sanders, or any liberal Democrat, to judge his support among black voters by comparing him with Mr. Obama. In 2008, there was a strong relationship between the proportion of a demographic group that self-identified as liberal and Mr. Obama’s strength against Mrs. Clinton. Mr. Obama lost all of the least liberal groups of the Democratic Party, except black voters.

 

Without Mr. Obama’s unusual strength among black voters, another challenge to Mrs. Clinton on her left would struggle to keep Mrs. Clinton from doing well enough on moderates to deny her the nomination. The easiest way to think about Mr. Sanders’s challenge is to remember Mr. Obama’s weakness among Hispanic voters in 2008. Over all, Mr. Obama lost Hispanic voters by 26 points against Mrs. Clinton — worse than his margin among white voters.

 

Mr. Obama’s weakness among Hispanic voters didn’t fit neatly into the conventional explanation of Mr. Obama’s challenges in 2008. Commentators often presumed that Mr. Obama was weak among less liberal and less educated white voters because of racism, so they undertook tortured efforts to fit Hispanic voters into the same frame, arguing that Hispanic voters wouldn’t vote for a black candidate, perhaps because of urban rivalries between blacks and Hispanics.

 

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On June 27, 2013 A Bipartisan Immigration Bill Passed The Senate By A 68-32 Margin And John Boehner Has Sat On The Bill To This Day, Refusing To Bring It To The Floor For An Up Or Down Vote. What Is The President Supposed To do?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 19, 2014 by sheriffali

June 27, 2013 68 Senators, 54 Democrats And 14 Republicans Passed A Comprehensive Immigration Bill And Sent It To The House. To Date November 19, 2014, John Boehner Have Refused To Bring The Bill To The Floor For A Vote. The Reason Being Most Of The Extremists Republicans In The House Wouldn’t Vote For The Bill, Although There Are Enough Republicans That Would Join The Democrats And Pass The Bill.

 

And Now That President Obama Has Decided To Use His Inherently Executive Power As Stipulated In The Constitution To Take Action On Immigration Policy, Republicans Are using Phantasmagoric Rationales And Internecine Narcissism To Sway The President From Taking Action On Immigration.

 

Five Previous Presidents, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Herbert Walker Bush And George W Bush Have Used Executive Powers On Immigration Policies.

 

It Is No Mystery That Because President Obama Is The One Utilizing The Executive Power As His Predecessors Is The Reason Why Republicans Have Gone Psycho.

 

Most Of The News Media Are Helping To Create Commotion Amongst The Public That Is Mostly Uninformed, By Questioning Mr. Obama’s Authority When In Fact They Are Aware Of The FACTS.

 

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