It’s not so theoretical when it’s true, huh?
ALTERNET published this, yesterday, astoundingly:
“Clinton’s Health Is a Barely Disguised Way for Conservatives to Wallow in Bigotry”
…”But with Hillary there is this weird, conspiratorial, possessive attitude.”
She and her campaign have blatantly lied about her health for a month now. These propaganda organs never note the lies of Democrats, presenting a completely one-sided fantastical discussion, similar to the right-wing propaganda they purport to criticize.
A month ago, August 15th, Clinton’s own website said:
“Trump Pushes Deranged Conspiracy About Clinton’s Health To Distract From Tax Return Questions”
A “deranged conspiracy” that, in-the-end turned out to be true. She collapsed, and has supposedly been diagnosed with pneumonia (if you believe that), which she poorly attempted to hide from everyone since mid-August.
Clinton has been lying about her health for a month. Inspires much confidence. A nice touch is that what turns out to be true was previously labeled by her own website as a “conspiracy theory.”
That’s the story of modern propaganda in a nutshell. They scare people away from looking too closely at them by smearing them as “conspiracy theorists.” This pattern appears pervasively at left-gatekeeper outlets. They are the boy who cried “conrpiracy theory,” abusing the term as much as possible.
A bonus lie, the Clinton website subheading is: “Factchecks.”
We know about Hillary Clinton’s conception of “facts.”
When you point out the real facts on propaganda sites like Alternet, there is only deafening silence. They do not respond to criticism, never did, and likely never will. They tell you; you don’t tell them. I have as much faith in their shady foundation-funded blinkered propaganda as I do in the Trump campaign.
Perhaps I can steer you toward an honest candidate?