May 31, 2018

How Hillary Clinton's Loss Helped the #MeToo and #GreatAwakening Movements

In the recent US presidential election, Hillary Clinton represented the political establishment and Donald Trump represented opposition to the "swamp" of corruption that many see as having overtaken US establishment politics. One of the pressing themes of the Clinton campaign was to try to portray Trump mainly as a sexist and a simpleton that simply appealed to a "basket of deplorables" with outdated values and ways not in keeping with Clinton's politically correct platform. However, Clinton's attempt to insult US conservatives as a strategy backfired and the turnout was strong against Clinton.

The recent presidential campaign brought to light opposing contrasts in personal worldviews in the US and also peeled back some layers of censorship and propaganda in the US. Tim Pool outlined how there is still a concerted effort by the left to brand any basic and outspoken American conservatives as "alt-right" and "Nazis" and exposing this helps to dismantle some of the massive disinformation being thrown about today. 

Trump realized that his words were being constantly twisted by mainstream news outlets so he communicated directly through Twitter. This aspect of fresh and direct exposure was frustrating for establishment news outlets because they lost their grip on the American people as the sole arbiters of timely information and opinion. With direct communication, much of the leftist propaganda was being exposed. 
The "Me Too" phrase was coined back in 2006 by Tarana Burke as a way to help women who had survived sexual violence. However, this phrase was not popular until after Hillary Clinton lost her establishment run for the presidency. If you note the caption in the Weinstein breaking lead story, it outlines that these types of sexual assault allegations had been known for decades during PC establishment party administrations but not acted upon:

"Harvey Weinstein, the independent film executive, will take a leave of absence from his production company after a news report detailed decades of sexual harassment accusations against him. (Oct. 5, 2017)"
Though Weinstein's sexual abuse was well-known for decades, Hillary Clinton was working with Weinstein on a documentary of her political campaign right up until the time that Weinstein's rape and harassment allegations began to be taken more seriously, about the time that Clinton lost her grip on the election and her seat of influence. The New York Times outlined that Harvey Weinstein and the Clintons were a part of a 'complicity machine' and it was as large as Hollywood and the Democrat Party combined, not to mention complicit establishment MSM news. One hand washed the other. To get a sense of how warped the values of Hollywood were becoming, producer-director Roman Polanski drugged and raped a 13-year-old girl and Weinstein and others remained on a mission to absolve him while Meryl Streep and others gave Polanski a standing ovation. Cory Feldman has insisted that this just scratches the surface of the apparent multitude of pedophiles still controlling the narrative in Hollywood.

A recurring theme used against Donald Trump is that he is "not decent" and he has a lack of "decorum" in his mannerisms that is supposedly the most horrific quality a person could have. This type of criticism is widely used as a basis for political correctness towards overlooking much more serious threats and problems based on actual actions and not mere appearances. Most recently in the PC theater of the absurd, Tommy Robinson in England was imprisoned for trying to document whether Muslim grooming gangs would be held accountable for raping, drugging and enslaving young British women. The fact that British police were overlooking these serious crimes for decades due to concerns of xenophobia and offending minorities was apparently not as serious as Tommy Robinson bringing the reality of this corruption out into the open.

Many of Bill Clinton's rape accusers have been treated with disdain by Hillary Clinton, giving the impression that she has enabled Bill for decades. The Washington Examiner noted in 2016: "Kathleen Willey — a former volunteer White House aide who accused Bill Clinton of making aggressive, unwanted advances during a private meeting in 1993 — said she holds Hillary Clinton responsible for smearing her and the many other women who have come forward with stories about their treatment at the hands of her husband."

There's so much evidence that even left-leaning Politico confirmed Hillary Clinton as Bill's rape enabler. Their article on this subject offers accounts of Hillary's desire for the character assassination of those left in Bill's path: "When a rock groupie told Penthouse in late 1991 that a state trooper approached her on Gov. Clinton’s behalf, Hillary said, “we have to destroy her story.” Politico goes on to acknowledge Trump's skill as a politician: "And yet, in slamming Hillary as Bill’s “enabler” and daring to invoke the allegation of rape against Clinton, Trump is again demonstrating his unsurpassed ability to needle his opponents and expose their vulnerabilities."

The earliest example of Hillary's callousness towards rape victims regards Kathy Shelton who was raped when she was 12-years old. An audio recording revealed Hillary joking about the fact that she thought the rape perpetrator was guilty but set free: "I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs," she said with a laugh.

Bill Clinton lied under oath about his consensual sex with Monica Lewinski, and Bill paid other women to avoid court regarding serious allegations of non-consensual sexual assault. Sadly, prior to Trump's election, leftist TV shows continued to cover for the Clintons. The View" co-host Joy Behar referred to the former president Bill Clinton's female accusers as "tramps." Some apparent alleged sexual victims of Bill Clinton have simply found themselves dead, such as White House intern Mary Mahoney and Penthouse Pet Judi Gibbs. One of the many living alleged rape victims of Bill Clinton, Juanita Broaddrick has objected to attempts to belittle her. She stated that her encounter was anything but consensual and that actual rape is much worse than unwholesome talk:

"Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me, and Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don't think there's any comparison." - Juanita Broaddrick

Ann Coulter pointed out how even the liberal NY Times noted that there was a sense of breakthrough in 2017 in terms of news exposure:

"A New York Times article on Weinstein's court appearance noted how the "ground shifted" last year, finally ending the "code of silence" surrounding powerful men. Why "last year," if this has been going on for decades?"

Ann also pointed out the give and take of corruption between the Clintons and Weinstein:

"Showing how incestuous it was, in 2000 -- two years after Clinton's impeachment -- Weinstein used his publishing company, Talk/Miramax, overseen by Tina Brown, to take revenge on anyone involved in Clinton's impeachment."

Citizens have been riled up with the accusation that the Russians manipulated the US election but many fail to understand that the media manipulation by the Clintons has been more widespread and effective than has been known publicly. The Hill outlines the barter system the Clintons had with the press:

An email on May 2, 2015, showed Hillary’s camp was furious that NBC supposedly violated an agreement dictating how a story was to be written in exchange for an interview with former President Clinton. But even worse than the Clinton-press barter system, The Hill points out the widespread blatant planting of biased news content to 369 television producers so as to defend Hillary Clinton.

"In internal memos revealed by WikiLeaks in October 2016, Correct The Record boasted it conducted “over 900 on-the-record and off-the-record media interviews” and sent “80 sets of talking points, background materials and briefings on topical issues” to defend Clinton to “372 surrogates including influential and frequent pundits on broadcast and cable news.” It also sent “media advisories” and “talking points” to “960 members of the national media and 10,756 regional reporters in 28 states,” and to “369 televisions producers and bookers.”
CNN, the NY Times, and many establishment news sources ran heavily biased reporting against Trump leading up to the election. In 2016, the bias was so bad that the chief editor of the NY Times actually felt the need to rededicate their company to honest journalism:

"we aim to rededicate ourselves to the fundamental mission of Times journalism. That is to report America and the world honestly,"

The massive amount of fake news propagated by leftist news source CNN is so substantive that an entire post was necessary to list notable examples. Despite the fact that leftist establishment news bias and propaganda has been well documented by many sources, the revisionist narrative continues offering that conservatives were the ones not being careful with fact-checking. The current Wikipedia summary article on "Fake news" in and of itself is fake news because it portrays CNN as a reliable news source. CNN provides by far more misinformation in the US than Russia or Donald Trump. CNN provides by far the most misinformation and propaganda in the US, not Russia or Donald Trump.

Despite the fact that CNN has provided more fake news than any other US establishment news source, it is still implied as a supposed reliable source for vetting fake news in the "Fake news" article at  Wikipedia:

"A CNN investigation examined exactly how fake news can start to trend."

The current Wikipedia summary article on "Fake news" subtly supports fake news because it implies CNN is reliable. Additionally, the lack of evidence in Mueller's investigation shows that Russian news interference is not the main cause of fake news.

Many people have lost the ability to use critical thinking and will believe whatever they are told if the source seems reliable. Liberals especially either do not realize or do not care that fake news and censorship are still mainly coming from mainstream leftist sources, not alternative conservative news sources and not Russia. Thank God for Hillary Clinton's (establishment) loss and that this has allowed more possibility for people to snap out of their zombie-like stupor. The increasing popularity of hashtags #RedPilled and  #GreatAwakening underscore this. The hashtag #Qanon underscores the desire to expose hidden government corruption. Whether specific allegations against the alleged Deep State are true or not, there is an increasing desire to expose and oppose corruption. The term "Great Awakening" usually refers to the historical spiritual great awakenings in the US, but the use of this phrase today as a hashtag is more broadly related to people becoming freed from the mental enslavement of mass-media manipulation.

The political bias in the Me Too movement is underscored by how Bill Clinton sexual assault accusers Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broaddrick were censored out of the final draft of Time article "The Silence Breakers" while conservative Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman was included. The Time article states, "In the 1990s, feminists stood up for accused abuser Bill Clinton instead of his ­accusers" -- and yet the article ironically continues to ignore Bill Clinton's actual accusers as victims.

Independent Journalist Millie Weaver was castigated and assaulted at a Tarana Burke speaking engagement for pointing the leftist political bias and hypocrisy. Here is a video link of Millie asking this question (at 17-minute mark). The Me Too double standard in the Time article should have been admitted to by Burke.

If Hillary Clinton had won the election, the culture of coverups would have continued unabated. Clinton's cover-up team is described in more detail in a National Review article. As a means of publicly demeaning and discrediting rape accuser Kathleen Willey, long-term Clinton cover-up artist Cheryl Mills illegally leaked harmful private government records about Willey. Clinton's cabinet was filled with rape enablers that apparently viewed the liberal leftist Clinton agenda as more important than the lives of individual women.

Invitations for Hillary to speak as a so-called hero at graduation commencements, such as at Yale, and Harvard giving her the Radcliffe Medal, all beg the question: How long will the left give a free pass and free revisionism to Bill and Hillary? A very serious threat to democracy today is the level to which radical leftists will attempt to control the narrative through propaganda and censorship. James O'Keefe's Project Veritas bombshell report shows Twitter employees admitting to censoring conservative right-leaning accounts and former Facebook workers have admitted to opposing conservative content for Facebook. People are gradually understanding the power of these companies and the importance of critical thinking.

Kayne West was 'red-pilled' after Trump's election and able to walk away from what he calls the Democrat slave plantation. His song "Ye Vs. The People" explains his support for Donald Trump with quotes such as this one:

"See that’s the problem with this damn nation All Blacks gotta be Democrats, man, we ain’t made it off the plantation."

Kayne West Me Too lyrics are referenced in rape accusations against hip-hop artist Russell Simmons, rapping: “Russell Simmons wanna pray for me, too/I’mma pray for him ‘cause he got MeToo-ed/Thinkin’ what if that happened to me too.”

The fear of speaking up is a key aspect of the 'Me Too' movement and Kayne West offers that it is a concern in a PC totalitarian state as well: "Lot of people agree with me, but they too scared to speak up". Across racial and ethnic lines, many people are becoming red-pilled and waking up to understand the extent to which they've been controlled, misled and lied to. The reason Kayne West left the Democrat plantation is apparently that he felt pressured as an African American to conform to leftist ideals without thinking, and when he did think on a deeper level he had the courage to stand up for his true beliefs and sense of freedom.

To end on a more positive note, it's inspiring to see how God has been working in the lives of entertainers and actors in Hollywood and to remember that there is always hope in God. Weinstein, the proclaimed 'God' of Hollywood, seems to still be in denial regarding his legal accountability, but hopefully be a humbling process through his lawsuits and perhaps we should pray for a spiritual awakening in Hollywood as much as anywhere else.

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