Hillary’s greatest debate mistake

During the debate Sunday, Hillary was asked about her “both a public and a private position” as described in Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks release of hacked excerpts from her speeches from Goldman Sachs. She validated the hacked emails by responding with her Abraham Lincoln riff. Trump responded with one of his better digs of the night by saying she was not “honest Abe who never lied” but a liar.

Julian Assange responded later: “Editorial: Last night even Clinton confirmed our transcripts...”

In 2009 the East Anglia Climate Research Unit was hit with a similar scandal. Their emails were hacked. It was convincingly clear that they were withholding data, and manipulating data and scientific journals to make their case for global warming.  

Director Phil Jones had to go on a leave pending an investigation. Michael Mann (Hockey stick graph guy) with “Mike’s nature trick” was widely vilified. They denied the emails were valid. "No chain of custody". The investigating commission backed down. No one could validate them. The case was dropped. A few procedures were changed. Phil Jones was returned to his position.

Hillary’s big mistake was answering the question. She could have said, “You are reading excerpts, from a document released by a fugitive wanted for rape in Sweden. He is seeking asylum in an embassy in London. The documents are text files -- not pdf files -- and are easily manipulated. He is not a journalist. There is no chain of custody. I will not be validating Mr. Assange’s lawlessness by responding.”

John Podesta’s emails are all over social media now. They have more credibility than the NY Times and the Clinton-worshipping networks. We are seeing the wizards behind the curtain. Podesta believes in flying saucers and helped break up Blink 182. Hillary hates everyday Americans. Hillary revealed classified Osama info to bankers in Canada. She was trying to “conflate Benghazi and emails”. Democrats want to produce an “unaware compliant citizenry”.  And much more. Thanks, Hillary!

The citizen reporting brigades continue to grow. Since Pajama Media took down Dan Rather and his phony report on GW Bush’s National Guard service, the citizen reporter has grown in importance. There is now a pitched battle between the citizen media and most of the networks. Citizen media has become more credible and is growing every day. The prize this year is the White House.

During the debate Sunday, Hillary was asked about her “both a public and a private position” as described in Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks release of hacked excerpts from her speeches from Goldman Sachs. She validated the hacked emails by responding with her Abraham Lincoln riff. Trump responded with one of his better digs of the night by saying she was not “honest Abe who never lied” but a liar.

Julian Assange responded later: “Editorial: Last night even Clinton confirmed our transcripts...”

In 2009 the East Anglia Climate Research Unit was hit with a similar scandal. Their emails were hacked. It was convincingly clear that they were withholding data, and manipulating data and scientific journals to make their case for global warming.  

Director Phil Jones had to go on a leave pending an investigation. Michael Mann (Hockey stick graph guy) with “Mike’s nature trick” was widely vilified. They denied the emails were valid. "No chain of custody". The investigating commission backed down. No one could validate them. The case was dropped. A few procedures were changed. Phil Jones was returned to his position.

Hillary’s big mistake was answering the question. She could have said, “You are reading excerpts, from a document released by a fugitive wanted for rape in Sweden. He is seeking asylum in an embassy in London. The documents are text files -- not pdf files -- and are easily manipulated. He is not a journalist. There is no chain of custody. I will not be validating Mr. Assange’s lawlessness by responding.”

John Podesta’s emails are all over social media now. They have more credibility than the NY Times and the Clinton-worshipping networks. We are seeing the wizards behind the curtain. Podesta believes in flying saucers and helped break up Blink 182. Hillary hates everyday Americans. Hillary revealed classified Osama info to bankers in Canada. She was trying to “conflate Benghazi and emails”. Democrats want to produce an “unaware compliant citizenry”.  And much more. Thanks, Hillary!

The citizen reporting brigades continue to grow. Since Pajama Media took down Dan Rather and his phony report on GW Bush’s National Guard service, the citizen reporter has grown in importance. There is now a pitched battle between the citizen media and most of the networks. Citizen media has become more credible and is growing every day. The prize this year is the White House.