MILLINOCKET, Maine, April 26, 2015 – Somebody out there does not want Hillary Clinton to be president. It looks as if the New York Times has made the first effort to prevent her from claiming her due.
In a searing exposé, the Times laid out a case for influence peddling and international finance on a grand scale involving Hillary and husband, and former president, Bill.
The story chronicles how the Russians obtained interests in uranium companies in the U.S. and almost simultaneously large contributions flowed into the Clinton Foundation.
Over the last several months, rumors have surfaced suggesting that liberals and progressives in the media want to depose Hillary in favor of another candidate.
Since her election to the Senate, Elizabeth Warren has been a strong and vocal proponent for government regulation of Wall Street and the big banks. This has endeared her to the leftists who have long felt the need to punish the “one-percenters.”
Hillary Clinton is now parroting the views of Elizabeth Warren in the hopes of regaining the left’s support.
But it may be too late for Hillary as the onslaught begins by the disillusioned media. If Hillary ever thought she could gloss over the missteps and foibles in her career, she is soon to find out it won’t work.
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