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    Default I'm Hillary Clinton and I'm an Evil Crooked Bitch Running Yet Again For President

    Hi! I'm Hillary Clinton and I'm an Evil Crooked Bitch Running Yet Again For President


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    Default The Donald is a racist because the Alt-Right calls Him the God-Emperor

    The Donald is a racist because the Alt-Right calls Him the God-Emperor


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    Thank you, Reno! It’s great to be back in Nevada…

    My original plan for this visit was to focus on our agenda to help small businesses and entrepreneurs.

    This week we proposed new steps to cut red tape and taxes, and make it easier for small businesses to get the credit they need to grow and hire.

    Because I believe that in America, if you can dream it, you should be able to build it. We’ll be talking a lot more about our economic plans in the days and weeks ahead. But today, I want to address something I hear from Americans all over our country.

    Everywhere I go, people tell me how concerned they are by the divisive rhetoric coming from my opponent in this election. It’s like nothing we’ve heard before from a nominee for President of the United States.

    From the start, Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia.

    He’s taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over one of America’s two major political parties.

    His disregard for the values that make our country great is profoundly dangerous.

    In just the past week, under the guise of "outreach" to African Americans, Trump has stood up in front of largely white audiences and described black communities in insulting and ignorant terms:

    "Poverty. Rejection. Horrible education. No housing. No homes. No ownership.

    Crime at levels nobody has seen…

    Those are his words.

    Donald Trump misses so much.

    He doesn’t see the success of black leaders in every field…

    The vibrancy of black-owned businesses…Or the strength of the black church… He doesn’t see the excellence of historically black colleges and universities or the pride of black parents watching their children thrive…And he certainly doesn’t have any solutions to take on the reality of systemic racism and create more equity and opportunity in communities of color.

    It takes a lot of nerve to ask people he’s ignored and mistreated for decades, "What do you have to lose?" The answer is everything!

    Trump’s lack of knowledge or experience or solutions would be bad enough.

    But what he’s doing here is more sinister.

    Trump is reinforcing harmful stereotypes and offering a dog whistle to his most hateful supporters.

    It’s a disturbing preview of what kind of President he’d be.

    This is what I want to make clear today:

    A man with a long history of racial discrimination, who traffics in dark conspiracy theories drawn from the pages of supermarket tabloids and the far reaches of the internet, should never run our government or command our military.

    If he doesn’t respect respect all Americans, he can’t serve all Americans!

    Now, I know some people still want to give Trump the benefit of the doubt.

    They hope that he will eventually reinvent himself – that there’s a kinder, gentler, more responsible Donald Trump waiting in the wings somewhere.

    After all, it’s hard to believe anyone – let alone a nominee for President of the United States – could really believe all the things he says.

    But the hard truth is, there’s no other Donald Trump. This is it.

    Maya Angelou once said: "When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time."

    Well, throughout his career and this campaign, Donald Trump has shown us exactly who he is. We should believe him.

    When Trump was getting his start in business, he was sued by the Justice Department for refusing to rent apartments to black and Latino tenants.

    Three years later, the Justice Department took Trump back to court because he hadn’t changed.

    The pattern continued through the decades.

    State regulators fined one of Trump’s casinos for repeatedly removing black dealers from the floor. No wonder the turn-over rate for his minority employees was way above average.

    And let’s not forget Trump first gained political prominence leading the charge for the so-called "Birthers."

    He promoted the racist lie that President Obama isn’t really an American citizen – part of a sustained effort to delegitimize America’s first black President.

    In 2015, Trump launched his own campaign for President with another racist lie. He described Mexican immigrants as rapists and criminals.

    And he accused the Mexican government of actively sending them across the border. None of that is true.

    Oh, and by the way, Mexico’s not paying for his wall either.

    If it ever gets built, you can be sure that American taxpayers will be stuck with the bill.

    Since then, there’s been a steady stream of bigotry.

    We all remember when Trump said a distinguished federal judge born in Indiana couldn’t be trusted to do his job because, quote, "He’s a Mexican."

    Think about that.

    The man who today is the standard bearer of the Republican Party said a federal judge was incapable of doing his job solely because of his heritage.

    Even the Republican Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, described that as "the textbook definition of a racist comment."

    To this day, he’s never apologized to Judge Curiel.

    But for Trump, that’s just par for the course.

    This is someone who retweets white supremacists online, like the user who goes by the name "white-genocide-TM." Trump took this fringe bigot with a few dozen followers and spread his message to 11 million people.

    His campaign famously posted an anti-Semitic image – a Star of David imposed over a sea of dollar bills – that first appeared on a white supremacist website.

    The Trump campaign also selected a prominent white nationalist leader as a delegate in California. They only dropped him under pressure.

    When asked in a nationally televised interview whether he would disavow the support of David Duke, a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan, Trump wouldn’t do it. Only later, again under mounting pressure, did he backtrack.

    And when Trump was asked about anti-Semitic slurs and death threats coming from his supporters, he refused to condemn them.

    Through it all, he has continued pushing discredited conspiracy theories with racist undertones.

    Trump said thousands of American Muslims in New Jersey cheered the 9/11 attacks. They didn’t.

    He suggested that Ted Cruz’s father was involved in the Kennedy assassination. Perhaps in Trump’s mind, because he was a Cuban immigrant, he must have had something to do with it. Of course there’s absolutely no evidence of that.

    Just recently, Trump claimed President Obama founded ISIS. And then he repeated that nonsense over and over.

    His latest paranoid fever dream is about my health. All I can say is, Donald, dream on.

    This is what happens when you treat the National Enquirer like Gospel.

    It’s what happens when you listen to the radio host Alex Jones, who claims that 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombings were inside jobs. He said the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre were child actors and no one was actually killed there.

    Trump didn’t challenge those lies. He went on Jones’ show and said: "Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down."

    This man wants to be President of the United States.

    I’ve stood by President Obama’s side as he made the toughest decisions a Commander-in-Chief ever has to make.

    In times of crisis, our country depends on steady leadership… clear thinking… and calm judgment… because one wrong move can mean the difference between life and death.

    The last thing we need in the Situation Room is a loose cannon who can’t tell the difference between fact and fiction, and who buys so easily into racially-tinged rumors.

    Someone detached from reality should never be in charge of making decisions that are as real as they come.

    It’s another reason why Donald Trump is simply temperamentally unfit to be President of the United States.

    Now, some people will say that his bluster and bigotry is just over-heated campaign rhetoric – an outrageous person saying outrageous things for attention.

    But look at the policies Trump has proposed. They would put prejudice into practice.

    And don’t be distracted by his latest attempts to muddy the waters.

    He may have some new people putting new words in his mouth… but we know where he stands.

    He would form a deportation force to round up millions of immigrants and kick them out of the country.

    He’d abolish the bedrock constitutional principle that says if you’re born in the United States, you’re an American citizen. He says that children born in America to undocumented parents are, quote, "anchor babies" and should be deported.

    Millions of them.

    And he’d ban Muslims around the world – 1.5 billion men, women, and children –from entering our country just because of their religion.

    Think about that for a minute. How would it actually work? People landing in U.S. airports would line up to get their passports stamped, just like they do now.

    But in Trump’s America, when they step up to the counter, the immigration officer would ask every single person, "What is your religion?"

    And then what?

    What if someone says, "I’m a Christian," but the agent doesn’t believe them.

    Do they have to prove it? How would they do that?

    Ever since the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock, America has distinguished itself as a haven for people fleeing religious persecution.

    Under Donald Trump, America would distinguish itself as the only country in the world to impose a religious test at the border.

    Come to think of it, there actually may be one place that does that. It’s the so-called Islamic State. The territory ISIS controls. It would be a cruel irony if America followed its lead.

    Don’t worry, some will say, as President, Trump will be surrounded by smart advisors who will rein in his worst impulses.

    So when a tweet gets under his skin and he wants to retaliate with a cruise missile, maybe cooler heads will be there to convince him not to.

    Maybe.

    But look at who he’s put in charge of his campaign.

    Trump likes to say he only hires the "best people." But he’s had to fire so many campaign managers it’s like an episode of the Apprentice.

    The latest shake-up was designed to – quote – "Let Trump be Trump." To do that, he hired Stephen Bannon, the head of a right-wing website called Breitbart.com, as campaign CEO.

    To give you a flavor of his work, here are a few headlines they’ve published:

    "Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive and Crazy."

    "Would You Rather Your Child Had Feminism or Cancer?"

    "Gabby Giffords: The Gun Control Movement’s Human Shield"

    "Hoist It High And Proud: The Confederate Flag Proclaims A Glorious Heritage."

    That one came shortly after the Charleston massacre, when Democrats and Republicans alike were doing everything they could to heal racial divides. Breitbart tried to enflame them further.

    Just imagine – Donald Trump reading that and thinking: "this is what I need more of in my campaign."

    Bannon has nasty things to say about pretty much everyone.

    This spring, he railed against Paul Ryan for, quote "rubbing his social-justice Catholicism in my nose every second."

    No wonder he’s gone to work for Trump – the only Presidential candidate ever to get into a public feud with the Pope.

    According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, Breitbart embraces "ideas on the extremist fringe of the conservative right. Racist ideas.

    Race-baiting ideas. Anti-Muslim and anti-Immigrant ideas –– all key tenets making up an emerging racist ideology known as the ‘Alt-Right.’"

    Alt-Right is short for "Alternative Right."

    The Wall Street Journal describes it as a loosely organized movement, mostly online, that "rejects mainstream conservatism, promotes nationalism and views immigration and multiculturalism as threats to white identity."

    The de facto merger between Breitbart and the Trump Campaign represents a landmark achievement for the "Alt-Right." A fringe element has effectively taken over the Republican Party.

    This is part of a broader story -- the rising tide of hardline, right-wing nationalism around the world.

    Just yesterday, one of Britain’s most prominent right-wing leaders, Nigel Farage, who stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum on leaving the European Union, campaigned with Donald Trump in Mississippi.

    Farage has called for a ban on the children of legal immigrants from public schools and health services, has said women are quote "worth less" than men, and supports scrapping laws that prevent employers from discriminating based on race -- that’s who Trump wants by his side

    The godfather of this global brand of extreme nationalism is Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    In fact, Farage has appeared regularly on Russian propaganda programs.

    Now he’s standing on the same stage as the Republican nominee.

    Trump himself heaps praise on Putin and embrace pro-Russian policies.

    He talks casually of abandoning our NATO allies, recognizing Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and of giving the Kremlin a free hand in Eastern Europe more generally.

    American presidents from Truman to Reagan have rejected the kind of approach Trump is taking on Russia.

    We should, too.

    All of this adds up to something we’ve never seen before.

    Of course there’s always been a paranoid fringe in our politics, steeped in racial resentment. But it’s never had the nominee of a major party stoking it, encouraging it, and giving it a national megaphone. Until now.

    On David Duke’s radio show the other day, the mood was jubilant.

    "We appear to have taken over the Republican Party," one white supremacist said.

    Duke laughed. There’s still more work to do, he said.

    No one should have any illusions about what’s really going on here. The names may have changed… Racists now call themselves "racialists." White supremacists now call themselves "white nationalists." The paranoid fringe now calls itself "alt-right." But the hate burns just as bright.

    And now Trump is trying to rebrand himself as well. Don’t be fooled.

    There’s an old Mexican proverb that says "Tell me with whom you walk, and I will tell you who you are."

    We know who Trump is. A few words on a teleprompter won’t change that.

    He says he wants to "make America great again," but his real message remains "Make America hate again."

    This isn’t just about one election. It’s about who we are as a nation.

    It’s about the kind of example we want to set for our children and grandchildren.

    Next time you watch Donald Trump rant on television, think about all the kids listening across our country. They hear a lot more than we think.

    Parents and teachers are already worried about what they’re calling the "Trump Effect."

    Bullying and harassment are on the rise in our schools, especially targeting students of color, Muslims, and immigrants.

    At a recent high school basketball game in Indiana, white students held up Trump signs and taunted Latino players on the opposing team with chants of "Build the wall!" and "Speak English."

    After a similar incident in Iowa, one frustrated school principal said, "They see it in a presidential campaign and now it's OK for everyone to say this."

    We wouldn’t tolerate that kind of behavior in our own homes. How can we stand for it from a candidate for president?

    This is a moment of reckoning for every Republican dismayed that the Party of Lincoln has become the Party of Trump. It’s a moment of reckoning for all of us who love our country and believe that America is better than this.

    Twenty years ago, when Bob Dole accepted the Republican nomination, he pointed to the exits and told any racists in the Party to get out.

    The week after 9/11, George W. Bush went to a mosque and declared for everyone to hear that Muslims "love America just as much as I do."

    In 2008, John McCain told his own supporters they were wrong about the man he was trying to defeat. Senator McCain made sure they knew – Barack Obama is an American citizen and "a decent person."

    We need that kind of leadership again.

    Every day, more Americans are standing up and saying "enough is enough" – including a lot of Republicans. I’m honored to have their support.

    And I promise you this: with your help, I will be a President for Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. For those who vote for me and those who don't.

    For all Americans

    Because I believe we are stronger together.

    It’s a vision for the future rooted in our values and reflected in a rising generation of young people who are the most open, diverse, and connected we’ve ever seen.

    Just look at our fabulous Olympic team.

    Like Ibtihaj Muhammad, an African-American Muslim from New Jersey who won the bronze medal in fencing with grace and skill. Would she even have a place in Donald Trump’s America?

    When I was growing up, Simone Manuel wouldn’t have been allowed to swim in the same public pool as Katie Ledecky. Now they’re winning Olympic medals as teammates.

    So let’s keep moving forward together.

    Let’s stand up against prejudice and paranoia.

    Let’s prove once again, that America is great because is America is good

    Thank you, and may God bless the United States.


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    Default Muh Cooncession Speech -- I lost -- The Donald whupped muh lesbo-skank old pussy, cum-cum, cum-cum!!!

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    Hillary Clinton's concession speech (full text)
    Updated 12:39 PM ET, Wed November 9, 2016



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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSPBjOnHTaM
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, accompanied by her husband former President Bill Clinton, takes the stage to concede the presidential election at the New Yorker Hotel on November 9, 2016 in New York City. Republican candidate Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election in the early hours of the morning in a widely unforeseen upset.

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    Transcript: Hillary Clinton's full concession speech

    CLINTON: Thank you. Thank you all. Thank you.

    (APPLAUSE)

    Thank you all very much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much.

    (APPLAUSE)

    Very rowdy group. Thank you, my friends. Thank you. Thank you, thank you so very much for being here and I love you all, too.

    Last night, I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans. This is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for and I'm sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country.

    But I feel pride and gratitude for this wonderful campaign that we built together, this vast, diverse, creative, unruly, energized campaign. You represent the best of America and being your candidate has been one of the greatest honors of my life.

    (APPLAUSE)

    I know how disappointed you feel because I feel it too, and so do tens of millions of Americans who invested their hopes and dreams in this effort. This is painful and it will be for a long time, but I want you to remember this. Our campaign was never about one person or even one election, it was about the country we love and about building an America that's hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted.

    We have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. But I still believe in America and I always will. And if you do, then we must accept this result and then look to the future. Donald Trump is going to be our president. We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.

    Our constitutional democracy enshrines the peaceful transfer of power and we don't just respect that, we cherish it. It also enshrines other things; the rule of law, the principle that we are all equal in rights and dignity, freedom of worship and expression. We respect and cherish these values too and we must defend them.

    (APPLAUSE)

    Now -- and let me add, our constitutional democracy demands our participation, not just every four years but all the time. So let's do all we can to keep advancing the causes and values we all hold dear; making our economy work for everyone not just those at the top, protecting our country and protecting our planet and breaking down all the barriers that hold any American back from achieving their dreams.

    CLINTON: We've spent a year and a half bringing together millions of people from every corner of our country to say with one voice that we believe that the American dream is big enough for everyone -- for people of all races and religions, for men and women, for immigrants, for LGBT people, and people with disabilities. For everyone.

    (APPLAUSE)

    So now, our responsibility as citizens is to keep doing our part to build that better, stronger, fairer America we seek. And I know you will.

    I am so grateful to stand with all of you. I want to thank Tim Kaine and Anne Holton for being our partners on this journey.

    (APPLAUSE)

    It has been a joy getting to know them better, and it gives me great hope and comfort to know that Tim will remain on the front lines of our democracy representing Virginia in the Senate.

    (APPLAUSE)

    To Barack and Michelle Obama, our country owes you an enormous debt of gratitude.

    (APPLAUSE)

    We -- we thank you for your graceful, determined leadership that has meant so much to so many Americans and people across the world.

    And to Bill and Chelsea, Mark, Charlotte, Aidan, our brothers and our entire family, my love for you means more than I can ever express. You crisscrossed this country on our behalf and lifted me up when I needed it most -- even four-month-old Aidan who traveled with his mom.

    I will always be grateful to the creative, talented, dedicated men and women at our headquarters in Brooklyn and across our country.

    (APPLAUSE)

    You poured your hearts into this campaign. For some of you who are veterans, it was a campaign after you had done other campaigns. Some of you, it was your first campaign. I want each of you to know that you were the best campaign anybody could have ever expected or wanted.

    (APPLAUSE)

    And to the millions of volunteers, community leaders, activists and union organizers who knocked on doors, talked to neighbors, posted on Facebook, even in secret, private Facebook sites...

    (LAUGHTER)

    (APPLAUSE)

    ... I want everybody coming out from behind that and make sure your voices are heard going forward.

    (APPLAUSE)

    To everyone who sent in contributions as small at $5 and kept us going, thank you. Thank you from all of us.

    And to the young people in particular, I hope you will hear this. I have, as Tim said, spent my entire adult life fighting for what I believe in. I've had successes and I've had setbacks. Sometimes, really painful ones. Many of you are at the beginning of your professional public and political careers. You will have successes and setbacks, too.

    This loss hurts, but please never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it.

    (APPLAUSE)

    CLINTON: It is -- it is worth it.

    (APPLAUSE)

    And so we need -- we need you to keep up these fights now and for the rest of your lives.

    And to all the women, and especially the young women, who put their faith in this campaign and in me, I want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than to be your champion.

    (APPLAUSE)

    Now, I -- I know -- I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now.

    (APPLAUSE)

    And -- and to all the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your own dreams.

    Finally...

    (APPLAUSE)

    Finally, I am so grateful for our country and for all it has given to me. I count my blessings every single day that I am an American. And I still believe as deeply as I ever have that if we stand together and work together with respect for our differences, strength in our convictions and love for this nation, our best days are still ahead of us.

    (APPLAUSE)

    Because, you know -- you know, I believe we are stronger together and we will go forward together. And you should never, ever regret fighting for that. You know, scripture tells us, "Let us not grow weary in doing good, for in due season, we shall reap if we do not lose heart."

    So my friends, let us have faith in each other, let us not grow weary, let us not lose heart, for there are more seasons to come. And there is more work to do.

    I am incredibly honored and grateful to have had this chance to represent all of you in this consequential election.

    May God bless you and may God bless the United States of America.

    (APPLAUSE)



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    Former presidential candidates — they’re just like us! Or in this case, just like Margot Gerster, who ran into Hillary Clinton walking her dog in upstate New York just two days after losing the election to Donald Trump.

    Gerster told BuzzFeed News that Bill Clinton took the photo of her and Hillary on Thursday after she serendipitously ran into them while hiking with her 13-month-old daughter, Phoebe, in Chappaqua, New York.

    “Hillary Clinton and Bill with their dogs doing exactly the same thing as I was,” she wrote on Facebook.

    “It felt crazy, but amazing,” Gerster said of running into the Clintons, who own a home in the area. “I take my daughter hiking almost every day, so you don’t expect to run into Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton” two days after the election.

    “It felt really nice to speak to her and to tell her how nice it was for me as a woman and a mother to vote for her,” said Gerster, who had taken her daughter to vote with her on Election Day. “She couldn’t have been any kinder or more welcoming.”








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