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(09-12-2016 12:22 PM)The Black Knight Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 11:43 AM)TravelerKai Wrote:  I told you guys, Hillary was going to get into trouble for lying about her sickness. Even her own ultra liberal girl power buddies are getting pissed!! The coverup is always worse than the crime.

I follow other websites to keep perspective on what the libtards are thinking and one thing that stuck out was a comment from a Hillary supporter that went along the lines of:

"I'm going to be REALLY pissed at Hillary and the democrats for running a campaign this past year if they knew Hillary's health was compromised a long time ago. So short-sighted, selfish, and stupid."

You could say that even some diehard democrats are quite "overheated" right now.

Good.

It's hilarious how typical it is when women break character, the instant they get upset. Andrea Mitchell broke character completely on her facade of being an unbiased journalist, the instant she got upset.

She of course had to get in a last shot on "Donald is worse than Hillary because he hasn't shown his medical records either!"

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The feminists are mad.

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http://victuruslibertas.com/ is taking a dump. The website is very unstable. Not sure if it because of load reasons or Shillery SJW hackers DDOSing it.

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There's a real danger that the Hillary double conspiracy is psy-ops to muddy the waters. Unless there is really solid evidence it's maybe best to treat it with caution and not get suckered into amplifying a hoax.

At least two of the images used so far to compare before/after finger lengths and body masses appear to have been shopped.
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(09-12-2016 01:04 PM)BelyyTigr Wrote:  Could see em pulling her out of the contest pretty soon even.

I also have that feeling/intuition right now. I am sure there's a lot going on behind the scenes at this moment. Hillary might simply not be able to survive if she keeps up the faintings.
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(09-12-2016 01:16 PM)rotekz Wrote:  There's a real danger that the Hillary double conspiracy is psy-ops to muddy the waters. Unless there is really solid evidence it's maybe best to treat it with caution and not get suckered into amplifying a hoax.

That website is more tinfoil than Alex Jones, but that shit was liquid gold. I cannot speak for everyone, but I think those insider remarks he got was legit. Especially the Donna parts. Like I said before, if you know Donna, she is extremely loyal to the Clintons. Bill put her on decades ago. She fought against the Obama Tide back in 2007/08 and sided with the Clintons hardcore. I know that from first hand knowledge. When Hillary put her in as head of the DNC to replace Wasserman, that was predictable. Donna was supposed to be the chair a loooong time ago, but everyone knows she is a Clinton lapdog and Obama was running the show. She will defend Obama on TV no doubt, like a good Democrat does, but she is not one of his people at all. Not even close. He probably hates her too for not switching sides back then, but probably understands given the history.

Donna is Bill's black woman behind the scenes fixer. She helped him become president and putting a black woman in your advisor camp for a presidential campaign was not common at all back then in 1992. She might even been the first one. She is known for attacking George Bush Sr. over his affair(s). She was an attack dog back then for not just the Dems, but primarily for Bill Clinton himself.

Hillary treating her like a piece of shit in private is very believable. Like I pointed out before, she got famous for hurting Bush Sr. way back. Hillary getting pissed at her lack of ability to hurt Julian just fucking fits! Donna will put up with Hilldog's trash talk because she loves Bill too much and looks up to him. If he was dead, I can see her leaving the campaign.

You cannot make this stuff up the way it reads, but if you are not nor were ever involved in politics in the US, it could easily look like made up gossip stuff from 4chan, so I can easily understand yours and others skepticism.

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(09-12-2016 01:16 PM)rotekz Wrote:  There's a real danger that the Hillary double conspiracy is psy-ops to muddy the waters. Unless there is really solid evidence it's maybe best to treat it with caution and not get suckered into amplifying a hoax.

At least two of the images used so far to compare before/after finger lengths and body masses appear to have been shopped.

Yeah I'm starting to think it was an attempted psy-op too. They staged that little girl running up to her, that's for sure. Clinton's campaign probably tried to plant and circulate the Teresa Barnwell meme.

Good work by sites like Breitbart and Infowars in not taking the bait! The Alt Media is mature now. And this truly is an information war. Reality is stranger than fiction right now.

Dems must be furious that they can't play the Alt Media like they can the MSM.

Also, Twitter allowed the hashtag #HillarysBodyDouble to trend while suppressing all other trends related to her health. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm

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(09-12-2016 01:36 PM)TravelerKai Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 01:16 PM)rotekz Wrote:  There's a real danger that the Hillary double conspiracy is psy-ops to muddy the waters. Unless there is really solid evidence it's maybe best to treat it with caution and not get suckered into amplifying a hoax.

That website is more tinfoil than Alex Jones, but that shit was liquid gold. I cannot speak for everyone, but I think those insider remarks he got was legit.

You have quoted me but I was referring to the Hillary's alleged double, not the Victurus Libertas website.
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(09-12-2016 01:39 PM)Ghost Tiger Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 01:16 PM)rotekz Wrote:  There's a real danger that the Hillary double conspiracy is psy-ops to muddy the waters. Unless there is really solid evidence it's maybe best to treat it with caution and not get suckered into amplifying a hoax.

At least two of the images used so far to compare before/after finger lengths and body masses appear to have been shopped.

Yeah I'm starting to think it was an attempted psy-op too. They staged that little girl running up to her, that's for sure. Clinton's campaign probably tried to plant and circulate the Teresa Barnwell meme.
Also if you look at the Martin Shkreli video in the Trump thread where he taunts her another person calls out to Hillary something like "How do you feel?". Hillary shouts back "I feel Fine". It really sounds like Hillary's horrible voice. I don't think the double could convincingly fake her voice as well.
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(09-12-2016 01:40 PM)rotekz Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 01:36 PM)TravelerKai Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 01:16 PM)rotekz Wrote:  There's a real danger that the Hillary double conspiracy is psy-ops to muddy the waters. Unless there is really solid evidence it's maybe best to treat it with caution and not get suckered into amplifying a hoax.

That website is more tinfoil than Alex Jones, but that shit was liquid gold. I cannot speak for everyone, but I think those insider remarks he got was legit.

You have quoted me but I was referring to the Hillary's alleged double, not the Victurus Libertas website.

Gotcha.

Yeah that stunt double thing is kinda out there. Even if it were true, recognizing it is almost certainly a trap for being discredited, and offers nothing good in return even if you had proof. That's elementary stuff.

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There could not be a more fitting end to this genocide enabler. Look at all of the death and destruction she caused to earn her millions - she thought that money would protect her and give her power.

Nope, time's up cunt. Either Satan or God wants her ass. No amount of money will save her. The best medical technology in the world is still stone age compared to the problems that cause death.

This is why I always say on this forum, even though tons of guys refuse to believe me, the truth is very simple on money.

Time > Money. You can turn time into money, but you can never turn money back into time. It's a one way deal and selling your soul for cash never pays off in the end.

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(09-12-2016 01:08 PM)TravelerKai Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 12:22 PM)The Black Knight Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 11:43 AM)TravelerKai Wrote:  I told you guys, Hillary was going to get into trouble for lying about her sickness. Even her own ultra liberal girl power buddies are getting pissed!! The coverup is always worse than the crime.

I follow other websites to keep perspective on what the libtards are thinking and one thing that stuck out was a comment from a Hillary supporter that went along the lines of:

"I'm going to be REALLY pissed at Hillary and the democrats for running a campaign this past year if they knew Hillary's health was compromised a long time ago. So short-sighted, selfish, and stupid."

You could say that even some diehard democrats are quite "overheated" right now.

Good.

It's hilarious how typical it is when women break character, the instant they get upset. Andrea Mitchell broke character completely on her facade of being an unbiased journalist, the instant she got upset.

She of course had to get in a last shot on "Donald is worse than Hillary because he hasn't shown his medical records either!"

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The feminists are mad.

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I have ID-ed "Black Rasputin", the mysterious Hillary's health-handler, you know:

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... the big, bald Black guy who magically appears to rescue her, when she's in need: he's got magical (diazepam-enhanced, though) curative powers all right, see below!

Hillary hoping he'll cure her "pneumonia", like?:


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As to the "body double" theory, all I can say is, I agree with Fisto: look at the pic below, it is not Hillary Clinton, it's a slightly uglier person, fatter, so probably not Hillary, I'd say:

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It looks more like Elton John...

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Hillary's staff are tweeting for her again

Quote:Thanks to everyone who’s reached out with well wishes! I’m feeling fine and getting better. -H

Quote:Like anyone who’s ever been home sick from work, I’m just anxious to get back out there. See you on the trail soon. -H

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Just was listening to Hannity Radio show, I shit you not, he played clips from this video (Including the entire stretch from 13:13 to the end):



Hannity thinks that the standalone Pneumonia diagnosis is bullshit and is pushing the Parkinson's narrative hard. He always beta tests ideas on his radio show to see how receptive the folks are to his ideas and interviews, then will bring it on to his evening FOX show. Who cares that Hannity has no medical background, the fact that he is pushing this narrative is awesome, even if the listeners to his daily radio show are already in the tank for Trump, if he shifts this to his TV show it WILL get exposure to the masses.

Hannity is really doing a lot of good work for Trump, basically the lone major media personality who is unabashedly fighting for Trump (Breitbart, Drudge etc don't count when compared to the reach FOX has). Yes he is totally in the tank for Trump but he doesn't hide that, he will do ANYTHING for the Republican party, even at the risk of alienating his former allies in Conservative media and politics. (Warning: Buzzfeed link, do not give them page views, here is the entire article they did on Hannity. Very long! From 4 days ago.):
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On Tuesday evening, Sean Hannity had a special guest. It was someone who has played an important role in highlighting Hillary Clinton’s email and foundation scandals, someone who threw a wrench into the election by bringing questionable behavior among Democrats to light. Long story short, this person was the perfect Hannity guest.
The weird thing about it was that it was Julian Assange. The WikiLeaks founder appeared from his exile in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, clad in a suit, beaming across the Fox News airwaves to Hannity’s studio in New York, and causing cognitive dissonance everywhere as Hannity questioned Assange on upcoming Clinton releases that Assange promises are coming. WikiLeaks has already been a player in this election, making waves earlier this summer when it released unflattering hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee.
Then, Hannity signed off with some praise for the man he once criticized. “I do hope you get free someday,” the host told him. “I wish you the best.”
Hannity has said that he isn’t a journalist and that he openly wants Trump to win. The Assange interview was the apotheosis of Hannity’s commitment to doing what it takes to oppose Clinton: going after her even if it meant giving a sympathetic platform to an anti-American, pro-Russian figure hated by the right.
This year, Hannity’s program has become an object of fascination, rage, and at times mockery, particularly among the conservatives still not on board with Donald Trump. Hannity is one of the loudest voices in the media constellation of Trump boosters — from Breitbart News, whose chairman is now the CEO of the Trump campaign, to Matt Drudge — who appear at times to work in tandem with the campaign. Any casual viewer of Hannity’s television show or listener to his radio program can see that Hannity devotes a large amount of time to Trump. The New York Times reported that Hannity has even become a kind of informal adviser to the candidate.
But Hannity isn’t the one who’s changed. He gave John McCain and Mitt Romney similarly generous treatment when it came to the general election. The difference this time is that Trump is an intensely polarizing figure, and Hannity has broken with much of the conservative punditry establishment in backing him to such a pronounced degree. His show is now a glimpse into the mind-meld of a certain segment of the conservative media with Trump’s campaign and the movement he represents. Hannity’s story plays into some dominant themes of this election: how the Trump campaign has broken new ground by becoming a sort of media organization in its own right, and how the conservative movement has tried and failed to stamp out the ascendant nationalist Trumpist movement, forcing longtime conservative warriors like Hannity to either get on board or risk irrelevance. Winning has become an ideology of its own, and Hannity is dead set on winning.
“It’s boosterism,” said Brad Thor, a conservative author who has harshly criticized Trump but thinks highly of Hannity, whom he said “has always been very nice to me,” in an email last month. “Sean, Drudge, and Breitbart saw a wave coming and they decided to ride it. That’s their job — to do well. They are private businesses. And they have done very well backing Trump.”
“Conservatives in general, though, have been far too trusting of right-wing media to be gatekeepers and ambassadors of their brand,” Thor said. “Not all of us are aligned.”
Hannity says this isn’t his first time coming under fire for his aggressive advocacy.
“Eight years ago I was vetting Obama in probably the most aggressive fashion in the country,” Hannity told BuzzFeed News. “I took a lot of heat then. I had prominent conservatives calling me and saying I was ruining my career.”
And Hannity points out that he never hid his intentions. In speeches to CPAC last year and this year, Hannity said that he would give each of the primary candidates as much time as possible on radio and TV and that he would support whoever the voters chose as the nominee. Hannity said he sees this as “a service to the audience.”
“I told the audience what I was going to do, I did it, and now people are critical I did it that way,” Hannity said.
Hannity says there hasn’t been an honest effort on the part of the media to understand his motivations: “Nobody who interviews me gives a rip about why I do what I do and say what I say.”
Still, friends and friendly colleagues — and Hannity has many — don’t quite know what to make of this year. Some are dismayed with Hannity’s Trump support; others think he’s been criticized too harshly for doing what he always has. He’s known as a hard worker, spending hours a day on air both on the radio and on TV. “He is the most loyal and kind person to work for, and he’s passionate,” said a former Hannity producer.
“He gets to know everyone’s staff and he really is just such a friendly person, and what’s almost refreshing about it for people is he’s not corrupted by being a New York City star,” said Elise Jordan, a Republican operative who worked on Rand Paul’s campaign and who used to go on Hannity’s show semi-regularly.
“I just don’t get the whole outrage over his role in this election,” Jordan said, noting that Hannity has been open about not being a journalist and that she believes Hannity would do the same with any Republican nominee. “I might completely disagree with his ideology but I still really like him and think the world of him as a person.”
But his role vis-a-vis Trump this cycle has confounded many, including colleagues at Fox. “I don’t watch his show anymore,” said one Fox News source. “It’s very predictable. He’s had Donald Trump on more than anyone, and how many of those shows have made news? None.”
“I will enthusiastically pull the lever for Donald Trump,” Hannity said, reeling off a list of issues including the Supreme Court, border security, and taxes, on which he believes Trump is clearly a better choice than Clinton. Conservatives who are still resisting Trump, Hannity said, should “suck it up” and are showing a “stubbornness and arrogance that is bordering on sabotage, because I think some elites want to be able to stick their fingers in the faces of the voters.”
Some ascribe a more cynical motive to Hannity when it comes to Trump: ratings.
“I can understand ratings,” the Fox News source said. “I don’t like them, but I understand them. I can’t understand the abandonment of conservatism.”
Hannity, a registered Conservative in New York, argues that it’s his critics who are the ones doing the abandoning.
The ratings are good, however. His radio program, which has been syndicated since the day before the 9/11 attacks, is only bested by Rush Limbaugh when it comes to audience size. According to Nielsen ratings figures, Hannity’s TV show averages 2.4 million in total viewers and 500,000 in the 25–54 demographic, and is up double digits from the same time last year.
Those shows have seen different iterations over the last 15 years. For 12 years, Hannity wasn’t just Hannity: He was one half of Hannity & Colmes, facing off every night against liberal co-host Alan Colmes. The program was in the vein of the Crossfire-style point-counterpoint programs that have now gone by the wayside in favor of greater ideological uniformity at the cable networks. Hannity told the New York Times in 1999 that Roger Ailes had asked him, “You know any good liberals?” and that the show’s working title had been Hannity & LTBD — “Liberal to Be Determined.” Colmes left in 2008. Hannity appears to think fondly of him; in 2013, he told The Hollywood Reporter that the two talk “almost every day.”
Years later, Hannity still relies on the occasional liberal guest to spice things up. But in Colmes’ absence, his show has struck many as becoming one-note — sometimes literally, as Hannity has hosted a number of town halls with Trump that take up the entire show.
At his core, Hannity is a party guy despite his image as a smashmouth conservative talker. While he often criticizes Republican establishment figures, in the end he’s most interested in taking on liberals and defeating Democrats electorally. “Hannity has long been among the biggest party loyalists on talk radio. While he would identify himself as a conservative first and a Republican second, he has long embraced a party leadership role,” said Brian Rosenwald, a University of Pennsylvania professor who studies conservative media. Rosenwald says he has “uncovered tons of cases in which he emceed rallies, hosted fundraisers, etc., for GOP candidates.”
That enthusiasm for party sent Hannity down a peculiar path over the last five years. After the Republicans failed to win the White House in 2012, Hannity announced that he was “evolving” on immigration and that he supported a pathway to citizenship — in line with the thinking at the time. On air, he was friendly with Marco Rubio, who then seemed poised to be the next GOP nominee.
The evolution didn’t last long. And in the run-up to the 2016 election, with the Gang of Eight immigration bill fiasco a close memory, Hannity no longer evinced an affinity for establishment figures and causes.
Last year, Hannity interviewed several of the presumptive presidential candidates onstage at the Conservative Political Action Conference. According to two sources, Hannity became agitated backstage before Jeb Bush’s appearance. There were rumors that the crowd would loudly boo Bush and even walk out of the venue. Hannity “freaked out,” according to a source who witnessed the scene. Worried about being booed, Hannity attempted to convince Bush to change to a sit-down interview to calm the crowd. Bush ended up going ahead with his original plan of standing up, but “Hannity had to be talked off a ledge,” the source said.
Hannity disputes that characterization of the incident, and said that when he was giving his own speech to CPAC earlier that day and mentioned Bush, whose name was booed, he had simply warned Bush about the booing. “I just had a standing ovation — why would I be afraid to go out there?” Hannity said. “Number one, I’m actually very chill, I don’t freak out. I can do this in my sleep.”
The interview itself went on without incident, and no walkout occurred. Hannity is known for his kid-glove approach to Republican politicians of whom he approves, and for a while most of the Republican candidates could count on his show as a safe haven to spread their message and not have to answer tough questions. Hannity hosted hourlong town halls with Cruz and Trump during the primary, a practice he has continued with Trump in the general election. Hannity told BuzzFeed News that he offered Cruz a town hall every time he offered Trump one during the waning days of the primary when they were the two remaining viable candidates, but that Cruz was harder to book.
Hannity is known as a hands-on kind of host — not leaving everything to his producers — and as being competitive about landing interviews. According to a Republican operative who has worked on campaigns that dealt with Hannity, Hannity calls candidates and their staff personally to book interviews.
“He would call you personally and make it impossible to say no,” the operative said.
“He’s competitive when it comes to this election and winning for the Republican Party,” said the former Hannity producer. “That has always been at the root of his hard work, efforts. But Sean is also very talented and knows it’s important to bring in ratings and be competitive on TV as well. If Trump was doing that — then he would make it a priority to have him on.”
Hannity’s gotten personally involved in key campaign moments. During the period in which Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, and Mike Pence were all vying to be Trump’s running mate, Hannity was one of the key people pushing Gingrich. CNN reported that he flew Gingrich out to meet with Trump in Indiana before Trump made his final decision.
Hannity’s efforts to promote Trump have at times struck observers almost like a tacit job application. Rumors swirled during the Republican convention in Cleveland that Hannity had expressed interest in serving as White House chief of staff in the Trump administration. (Hannity denies these, saying he has never asked for a job with Trump. He also dismissed rumors that he might join some kind of future Trump media organization in the event Trump loses. Would he ever consider any sort of job with Trump? “If I had no money and no job,” Hannity says, he’d consider it.) And he has defended Trump privately, too; a source with knowledge of the incident told BuzzFeed News that in the Fox News greenroom in Cleveland, Hannity cornered Utah Sen. Mike Lee — a Trump critic who became one of the most prominent figures in the Free the Delegates movement at the convention — and berated him for not getting on board with Trump, telling Lee he needed to get over his ego.
“At first it started out in a stern but friendly tone, but it was enough that there were people who left the greenroom” as the conversation became “heated,” the source said.
Hannity said he and Lee are “friends” and that he didn’t remember such an argument. “I think maybe once we might have discussed [Lee’s opposition to Trump] mildly or briefly, but I don’t remember where,” Hannity said. “We’ve never had a negative word towards each other at all.”
There’s no doubt that in giving Trump such a major platform over the course of months, Hannity played a role in his ascendancy to the nomination (though the same could be said for a number of other figures in the cable news world). Hannity has a friendly relationship with Trump going back years (“I do like Donald Trump’s ties,” he told GQ in 2011). And Trump is a ratings boon. These two factors — combined with the fact that Hannity’s move to the 10 p.m. slot in 2013 put him at a disadvantage ratings-wise — have been viewed as a driving force behind Trump’s omnipresence on Hannity’s show. According to a source with direct knowledge of the conversation, Hannity called Trump after Trump made his initial Iowa appearance in January 2015, urging him to enter the presidential race. Hannity told BuzzFeed News he never urged Trump to get in the race. “I’m friends with Donald Trump, I talk to him, and I talk to every other candidate,” Hannity said.
But that’s not to say that Hannity has always favored Trump in this particular election, or that his motivation during that time was to help him succeed in the race. Last summer, Hannity held a panel on his show with two guests. The topic was the nascent primary campaign, and particularly Trump, who at the time was still considered an entertaining anomaly by most of the media and political class. After the segment wrapped up, according to one of the guests on the panel, Hannity turned to his two guests to ask them if they thought Trump could win. Neither did — and nor did Hannity, who laughed about Trump’s candidacy and said he didn’t think he could win the nomination, referring to him as an “idiot” in over his head, according to one of the panelists who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Hannity says he never said any of this and described the anecdote as “total bullshit,” saying “those words never came out of my mouth.”
Times, clearly, have changed. And not just in the campaign. Hannity’s increased behind-the-scenes Trump advocacy has come at a time of extreme turmoil in his network. Hannity is seen as a loyalist of Roger Ailes, the Fox News boss ousted following revelations that he allegedly sexually harassed female employees at the network. Hannity called the allegations “all BS” on Twitter — an assertion that hasn’t aged well considering Fox settled with Gretchen Carlson, the first Ailes accuser, for $20 million. Ailes, for his part, is now advising Trump and assisting with debate preparations.
Hannity has been relatively tight-lipped in public about the drama at Fox, telling the Washington Post on Wednesday, “I have no comment about any of these topics involving the Fox News Channel and what’s happened.” But his public persona has become more conflict-driven over the past few months as his feuds with various other media and political figures have become increasingly aggressive. He’s recently gotten in drawn-out public spats with CNN’s Brian Stelter and with the Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens — another prominent voice from the Murdoch media empire, whom Hannity referred to as a “dumbass” and an “asshole” after Stephens called him “America’s dumbest anchor.”
“I do think that he thinks he’s under attack,” a Fox News source said.
Recently, Hannity traded barbs with Glenn Beck, who has staunchly opposed Trump. “Glenn Beck is like on a — it’s a holy war for him at this point. I mean, he’s off the rails attacking me every day,” Hannity said on his show. Beck responded: “Don’t condemn him. Please. The pressure on this job, the pressure on him, is enormous. Enormous! I truly believe he is trying to do the right thing. We just strongly disagree.” And earlier this week he got into a drawn-out Twitter fight with National Review’s Jonah Goldberg. The spats don’t bother him, he says. Asked if he’s worried about burning bridges with former allies, Hannity dismissed the idea.
“Burning bridges? Who am I serving here? Am I going to live my life caring what people at WSJ and the NRO think of me?” Hannity said. “You can’t live your life caring how the punditry class thinks of you.”
Hannity blasted Beck and others who still oppose Trump for their “mysterious reluctance and sabotage,” and he partly blames them for the fact that Republicans have not fully unified behind Trump. Hannity calls them out for their “constant negativity towards Trump, who’s offering you a pretty good vision.”
Regardless of whether Trump is offering a clear vision, or the vision is to your taste, Sean Hannity hasn’t done much different. The outrage about Hannity’s support of Trump from conservative figures didn’t happen when Hannity was similarly supporting McCain or Romney. In a year where Republicans are more divided than ever, Hannity has become a symbol of that division and a flashpoint for anti-Trump frustrations.
“I think the reason you’re seeing it’s appearing he’s going out of his way for Trump is you might not be taking into account that this is a unique election because the GOP is splintered in media, there’s an anti-Trump faction in media,” said AJ Delgado, a Trump surrogate and adviser who regularly goes on Hannity’s show. “Normally where you see the entire GOP pundit class behind one person, that’s why Sean appears to stick out.”
Delgado said she never feels pressured to say anything on Hannity’s show and that she appreciates how he hasn’t pigeonholed her to just speak about Hispanic issues. As for the rumors of Trump TV, she dismissed them as “just rumors.”
Hannity says he is under contract for both radio and TV until the end of 2020. He makes millions of dollars hosting his radio show, for which he signed a contract with Premiere Networks in 2013. It’s for this reason that some dismiss out of hand the rumors that Hannity wants some kind of role with Trump in the future. But as speculation ramps up that Trump is building some kind of media organization for after the election, a possible future for Hannity could take shape. One Fox News host speculated to New York magazine’s Gabriel Sherman that Hannity would join Trump’s media outlet in a recent story. “I have no idea where that mysterious story popped up from,” Hannity says of Trump TV rumors, and he says no one in Trump’s world has approached him about such a move.
On Tuesday, Greta Van Susteren announced she was leaving Fox News, taking advantage of a “key man” clause in her contract that allowed her to leave in the event of Ailes leaving, which he has. In a statement, Van Susteren said that Fox no longer felt like home to her. It’s believed that other big names at Fox, including Hannity, also have the key-man clause in their contracts. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Hannity would not talk about details of his contract beyond its length.
But “it would take a lot for him to leave,” the former Hannity producer said, pointing out that Ailes is not the only higher-up Hannity is close with. Bill Shine, who is now in control of the network, was once his producer.
So Hannity may stay where right where he is — the same “cheerful soldier,” as one Fox News source put it, continuing to do the same work he’s always done. It’s the world that has shifted around him.
“At the end of all this he’ll still be cheerful,” the source said, “but who knows what he’ll believe.”
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Rep. Chaffetz just served the FBI a subpoena for all the Clinton files on live TV and ripped the guy a new one for sending the oversight committee redacted stuff.

Dude is starting to feel it!

The FBI guy said Congress needed an FOIA request for the files. What NERVE! Even I know that's incorrect. Comey needs to be investigated for obstruction. He is very deliberate in his stalling and it's not even looking like he is just doing his job.

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(09-12-2016 04:43 PM)TravelerKai Wrote:  Rep. Chaffetz just served the FBI a subpoena for all the Clinton files on live TV and ripped the guy a new one for sending the oversight committee redacted stuff.

Dude is starting to feel it!

The FBI guy said Congress needed an FOIA request for the files. What NERVE! Even I know that's incorrect. Comey needs to be investigated for obstruction. He is very deliberate in his stalling and it's not even looking like he is just doing his job.

This is real-life House of Cards and it's tumbling down. It's certain that the real reason they failed to indict her is because, if they did, she'd bring them all down with her at trial. I don't think Congress has the mojo to get her though. It'll take President Trump to go after her. And the things she would say at trial would shake the very ground in Washington, D.C.

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(09-12-2016 11:36 AM)TravelerKai Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 11:26 AM)komatiite Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 11:22 AM)Enoch Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 11:13 AM)Ghost Tiger Wrote:  Why isn't Breitbart talking about the fact that the woman who exited Chelsea's apartment appears to be a body double? Has this theory been debunked soundly? Still looks like not her to me.

^ Made extra suspicious by the fact that a woman who just about passed out due to "pneumonia" went to her daughter's apartment instead of a hospital. This keeps getting more bizarre.

And notice how she was totally alone, no doctors or secret service to help load her into the van after she emerged from the apartment. You would figure a woman with pneumonia and a recent fall would have a couple orbiters to accompany her?
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Still meeting little children, while sick as a dog I see..... Tsk, tsk. Your average voter is not going to be thinking about what MikeCF knows about Parkinson's style pneumonia and if it is contagious or not.

Some of you single dudes may not think this is a big deal, but women with children hate seeing shit like this with a passion. Even my wife said something about it and she knows nothing about politics other than I told her Hillary has pneumonia.

That didn't look like Hillary...I'm a bit skeptical. Was this really her? And how did she managed to stand like this - steady and without help?
[Image: CsK2H1oXEAE01nm.jpg:small]

Edit: After reviewing the picture and video, the whole thing look like it was staged.

Let's not forget she wrote this in one of her emails:
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That looks absolutely nothing like Hillary Clinton.
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(09-12-2016 04:10 PM)Going strong Wrote:  As to the "body double" theory, all I can say is, I agree with Fisto: look at the pic below, it is not Hillary Clinton, it's a slightly uglier person, fatter, so probably not Hillary, I'd say:

Is it possible that whatever superdrug they pumped her full of in order to get her up and walking again within a couple of hours has certain side effects? Like, say, making her face look like a puffy, collapsing lump of dough?
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^^^That woman stands with toes pointed wide. People that stand and walk like that usually do so all the time. I've seen plenty of other images of Hillary walking with her feet straight.

Do we have other pictures of the body double with toes pointed out?

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(09-12-2016 04:49 PM)Ghost Tiger Wrote:  
(09-12-2016 04:43 PM)TravelerKai Wrote:  Rep. Chaffetz just served the FBI a subpoena for all the Clinton files on live TV and ripped the guy a new one for sending the oversight committee redacted stuff.

Dude is starting to feel it!

The FBI guy said Congress needed an FOIA request for the files. What NERVE! Even I know that's incorrect. Comey needs to be investigated for obstruction. He is very deliberate in his stalling and it's not even looking like he is just doing his job.

This is real-life House of Cards and it's tumbling down. It's certain that the real reason they failed to indict her is because, if they did, she'd bring them all down with her at trial. I don't think Congress has the mojo to get her though. It'll take President Trump to go after her. And the things she would say at trial would shake the very ground in Washington, D.C.

True to a degree. The Chairman of the Intelligence committee is Republican and is blocking Chaffetz who is also a Republican from seeing the documents.

Rep. Chaffetz and Rep. Gowdy needs to reach out to Trump and get his support in case it keeps on. Rep. Devin Nunes is the Republican that chairs that committee. I personally think Speaker Ryan is likely trying to keep a lid on it.

If Chaffetz and Gowdy keep digging, they will get stuff. Where it will get tricky is where stuff gets serious and the Speaker can try to block procedures. Trump may want to see if he can quietly build a coalition of Republicans to replace Ryan as Speaker. Probably impossible to do it quietly, but it is too early for that possibly. I think too many Republicans are no different than us. They want to hold their display of loyalty to Trump incase everything falls aparts and Hillary wins anyway. Hopefully the polls will give more strength in the next 3 weeks or so. Trump needs a good coalition in the House and Senate of guys that will vote for some shakeups. It is usually a good thing for a new incoming president to get at least a good Majority Whip he can trust. Speaker is not something they can always do anything about, but sometimes they can insist on a Whip change.

If Trump is not already working on this to some degree, he is going to have a hard time getting changes pushed through. The last thing a new president needs is stalling from his own party (via stubborn Speakers and Whips) on bills introduced etc. It could kill his first term utterly and completely.

To demand an investigation continue on Hillary does not require congress support, per se, but he is going to need to replace Lynch, Comey, at a minimum and he needs a good headcount of who will work with him in the Senate to get his confirmations rammed through.

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Well, well, well...she broke protocol by ditching the hospital. She's obviously hiding her real medical condition and doesn't want the public to know about it.





Edit: I don't know about this one, but it sounds rather...interesting.
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