Friday, October 28, 2016

Erica Garner Calls Out Hillary Clinton Campaign for Callously Using Her Father’s Death

Oh, here’s a doozy!


Let’s break that headline down real quick.

Erica Garner is the daughter of Eric Garner, the New York City man who resisted arrest for suspicion of selling unlicensed cigarettes, was consequently put in a chokehold by a police officer, lost consciousness and died on July 17, 2014.

That’s who Erica Garner is.

Clinton, in this case, means Hillary Clinton, not her unrepentant, un-sentenced rapist of a husband. Though the distinction makes little difference when it comes to staffer corruption levels. You have to be exceptionally evil or inexcusably stupid to work for either Clinton.

Finally, we have the last two words of the headline - “WikiLeaks emails” - which is actually a misnomer. It should read “WikiLeaks-released emails” or “Hillary’s hacked emails” since it’s referring to the online communications Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks gang stole that show Hillary and her top cronies plotting to take the U.S. presidency by any means necessary… like using people’s deaths to score political points.

Now that you understand the headline, let’s delve into the story itself.

It appears that some of the WikiLeaks-released emails pertained to Eric Garner and how the campaign could use him to its best advantage. It also appears that, despite the mainstream media’s agreement to publish as little negative news about Hillary as possible, those emails were somehow seen by Erica Garner.

And, understandably, those emails did not make her happy.

In a series of tweets, she said: “I’m troubled by the revelation that you and this campaign actually discussed ‘using’ Eric Garner… Why would you want to ‘use’ my dad?” And then, “These people will co opt anything to push their agenda. Police violence is not the same as gun violence.”

While I disagree with her belief that we have a widespread police violence problem, she nailed it on addressing how unabashedly heartless and scheming Hillary Clinton and her close circle are.

They don’t care about anyone but their own agenda, which is acquiring more power.

Thanks in part to WikiLeaks – and thanks in part to good old-fashioned intellectual integrity – we’ve seen how poorly the Clinton family has used the power they’ve already obtained.

Do we really want to give them more?

No comments:

Post a Comment