It seems that the Washington Post is doing a re-write of history and Washington Post past reporting. Brietbart reporting here that “New analysis from the Washington Post removes any doubt that the anti-Obama Birther movement was started in 2007 and 2008 by Hillary Clinton, her campaign, and her Democrat supporters.” Now the research here making use of internet-tools like the “wayback machine” to check history on web sites is smart but the information from these systems is also being redacted over time as we loose control of the internet to organizations in the government and outside of our county like the UN. The best case Hillary can make after looking at this piece is that she can claim plausible deniability. If your like me your tired of all the pretending, time for pretending is over! For Clinton to say she had nothing to do with it while internal campaign letters and the incident on the tarmac at Reagan International say otherwise is just another example of Clinton out of touch with reality of herself and the American voters who of late are starting to pay close attention to this kind of behavior by our politicians.
Here is excerpt from Then-Obama personal aide Reggie Love memoirs
“I want to apologize for the whole Shaheen thing,” Clinton said. “I want you to know I had nothing to do with it.”
The candidate (Obama) very respectfully told her the apology was kind, but largely meaningless, given the emails it was rumored her camp had been sending out labeling him as a Muslim. Before he could finish his sentence, she exploded on Obama.
So Hillary showing she is out of control both of her own campaign and her emotions and out of touch with the emotions of the American people
This is from the Washington post and Shaheen resigned from the campaign that day and Obama got the boost in confidence to win the election as reported in the Washington Post
So here we are today and Washington Post headline “Donald Trump’s ridiculous claim that Hillary Clinton started the birther movement”following Donald Trump, interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, May 4, 2016 has made a total pivot to say that Donald Trump making “ridiculous” statement, seems that the Post writes whats convienant, time for pretending is over folks. The Post “So we decided it’s our turn to get to the bottom of leading theories underlying this claim.” Dear Washington Post all you really need to do is go back and look at your own past reporting on the birther subject
A major effort is underway to co-opt the Donald Trump campaign by infiltrating it with Koch brothers/George Soros-linked operatives, inside sources have exclusively told Infowars.com.
Yesterday it was revealed that Steven Mnuchin would become the Trump campaign’s national finance chair. Mnuchin was an Investment Professional with Soros Fund Management LLC and spent 17 years at Goldman Sachs. He also has innumerable other affiliations with establishment financial institutions and corporations.
So this is the day we have been waiting for unification of the support for Donald Trump as the next President of the United States of America!!!
A Big welcome to all the Ted Cruz and John Kasich supporters, if you have not spent much time getting to know Donald Trump I suggest that you take a look at some of his rally speeches to become more familiar. Donald Trump will be your leader and looking out for your life and country from here on out! Have a #Trumpified day!!!
Historical Notes:The American’s Creed was a result of a nationwide contest for writing a National Creed, which would be a brief summary of the American political faith founded upon things fundamental in American history and tradition. The contest was the idea of Henry Sterling Chapin, Commissioner of Education of New York State. Over three thousand entries were received, and William Tyler Page was declared to be the winner. James H. Preston, the mayor of Baltimore, presented an award to Page in the House of Representatives Office Building on April 3, 1918. The Speaker of the House of Representatives and the commissioner of education of the state of New York accepted the Creed for the United States, and the proceedings relating to the award were printed in the Congressional Record of April 13, 1918. It was a time when patriotic sentiments were very much in vogue. The United States had been a participant in World War I only a little over a year at the time the Creed was adopted.
The author of the American’s Creed, William Tyler Page, was a descendant of John Page, who had come to America in1650 and had settled in Williamsburg, Virginia. Another ancestor, Carter Braxton , had signed the Declaration of Independence. Still another ancestor, John Tyler, was the tenth president of the United States. William Tyler Page had come to Washington at the age of thirteen to serve as a Capitol Page. Later he became an employee of the Capitol building and served in that capacity for almost sixty-one years. In 1919 he was elected clerk of the House. Thirteen years later, when the Democrats again became a majority party, they created for Page the office of minority clerk of the House of Representatives. He held this position for the remainder of his life.
Referring to the Creed, Page said: “It is the summary of the fundamental principles of the American political faith as set forth in its greatest documents, its worthiest traditions, and its greatest leaders.” His wording of the Creed used passages and phrases from the Declaration of Independence, the Preamble to the Constitution, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, and Daniel Webster’s reply to Robert Y. Hayne in the Senate in 1830.