The media has been dredging up events from the past on Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and others. However, they have hypocritically avoided similar revelations about Hillary Clinton.
Relevant to cover-ups, the media has not reminded the electorate that Hillary tried to keep secret the approximately 2000 members of her health care task force in 1993. The release of their names was won in federal court by attorney Kent Masterson Brown.
Regarding families, the media has not revealed that in Hillary's "Children Under the Law" (HARVARD EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, November 1973), she criticized "the belief that families are private, non-political units whose interests subsume those of children." And concerning drugs, the media today has failed to point out that President Jimmy Carter in 1978 appointed Hillary as chairman of the Legal Services Corporation, whose New York affiliate brought a lawsuit to force New York's Transit Authority to hire heroin users.
Pertaining to race, the media has not reminded the public of Hillary's connection with the Black Panthers. According to 1960s radical David Horowitz, law students Hillary and Bill Lann Lee organized demonstrations to get Black Panthers off after they had tortured Alex Rackley of New Haven by clubbing him, burning him with cigarettes, dousing him with boiling water, and stabbing him with an ice pick before shooting him twice in the head. At Yale Law School, "Hillary was co-editor of a commemorative issue of YALE REVIEW celebrating the Panthers and laced with cartoons of police officers depicted as pigs, including one who was decapitated and dismembered" (John Elvin's "Hillary Hides Her Panther Fling," INSIGHT, July 31, 2000).
The media also has not reminded the people about Hillary's flakey "New Age" activities such as having New Age guru Jean Houston to the White House for a session with Hillary, and Hillary's wearing a pendant with crystals to help her deal with stress.
While the media repeatedly questions Republican candidates about their credibility, they hypocritically have not reminded voters about Hillary's 1992 CBS "60 Minutes" interview in which she assured the viewers that if Bill Clinton was fooling around with other women, she was not "a stand by your man kind of woman."
Lastly, while the media called attention to the education proposals of Trump, Cruz, Jeb Bush and others, they have kept from the public Hillary's educational philosophy. In 1963, in North Carolina, I attended the first Governor's School for the Gifted and Talented in the nation. Some years later, the Clintons modeled their Governor's School after ours, and one of their students said "Hillary talked about converting all Arkansas schools into something similar to the Governor's School."
On a video about the school titled "The Guiding Hand," Mark Lowery, publicity director for the School 1983-84, said students were "manipulated" and "brainwashed," and they were subject to "mind-bending" and "indoctrination" to become political leftists (Lowery opposed these activities). According to Peter LaBarbera's "Clinton's 'Governor's School' Is Politically Correct" (HUMAN EVENTS. September 12, 1992), the students were shown pro-homosexual films like "The Times of Harvey Milk," and among the teachings in 1991 were "a blatant anti-Christian diatribe from a radical feminist 'witch,' who likens Jesus Christ's death on the cross to necrophilia and sado-masochism."
Within a year after attending the school, student Brandon Hawk committed suicide!
Since Hillary Clinton has decided to include husband Bill in her campaign, I wonder if the media will remind people that in 1993 on White House stationery, Bill Clinton signed a letter supporting World Federal Government, despite his oath to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States.
Since the media is doing whatever they can to help Hillary, Republicans should soon start placing ads on TV asking voters if they really want to elect for president "someone like this," followed by a scene of Hillary snoring while the Benghazi tragedy occurred, and another scene of her barking like a dog!
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