The powers that be, the money that runs America, and the establishment media are afraid of Donald Trump. They will do everything in their power to stop him from becoming the Republican nominee. He doesn’t rely on their money since he’s rich, and therefore is not bought. They do not have power over him like every other candidate before him. The question now is how much power do they really have? Will they pay hackers to fix the vote counts? Will they slander him (further) in the media? Will they resort to assassination? If Clinton is the Democratic nominee, I believe they will give up on Trump and push with everything they’ve got to make her the president. She is owned by the banking and pharmaceutical industries and they will control her like they control a Republican. If Bernie Sanders is at the top of the Democratic ticket, they will stand behind Trump because they don’t want chaos in their party, which is what surely will follow with no presidential candidate to control. The nation may fall back into the hands of the people. If voters become disillusioned by the Republican party, all that’s left is to become a Democrat, and the wealthy elite surely do not want that.
Hillary Clinton came To Orangeburg today to speak at one of her town halls at Claflin University, right next to the esteemed South Carolina State University, and she spoke to a packed auditoriums Of Orangeburg residents. She spoke on the state of women in the workforce and equal pay, the failing public and private school systems, college tuition and student debt, and some other issues that Bernie Sanders already won our hearts on. Phrases heard very frequently: we need to do more…, I want more of…, we need to make sure… The point is she would bring up an issue without offering any type of solution.
She and her interviewer went back and forth for the first half hour or so, and then it went to questions from the audience. Hillary always had an answer, which is good. She also had a pretty decent grasp on the women in the audience, which is to be expected. But she left a lot of doubt in the air. Her interviewer was more welcome, I perceived, to the audience than she was.
One question asked went something like What will you do to get some of the money tied up in banks to the coming to the community? She started with saying how too much money is tied up in banks. Then said something along the lines of “I want to, without giving too much relief to the big banks provide support to smaller banks.”
Other than this, she gave very vague answers. She tried once or twice to use somewhat African American dialog that didn’t go along well. When asked about the problem with sickle cell anemia, she said answered with how it’s a problem that we need to solve.
This went on for the duration of her talk.
She knows what’s going on, she just doesn’t know what to act on and how to do so. She leaves a lot to ambiguity, so she’s not far displaced from the majority of politicians.
I didn’t think Hilary has the answers America needs before this town hall, and I don’t think she does now.
Bernie for president
#Hillary #Clinton #HillaryClinton #TownHall #SouthCarolina
#ClaflinUniversity #Claflin #Orangeburg