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Democrat Double Standard - Plain As Day

Updated on October 18, 2016
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I'm on the right side of politics and enjoy a good debate on government, the economy, common sense, and the rights of the people.

Republican Presedential nominee, Donald Trump was recorded in 2005, 11 years ago, having a lewd conversation with Billy Bush. Bush, then host of a popular television show, was with Trump when a hot microphone captured him bragging about trying to get women in his bed. Afterwards, several women conveniently made public accusations about Trump groping them; since then, opposing witnesses have weakened the claims. The mainstream media over-reported the story, hoping to discredit Trump, only to see him weather the storm and emerge in pretty good shape. He handelled questions at the debate great, pivoting enough to put Hillary on the defensive; a position she remained in until the debate ended. It was for all intents and purpose, a failed October surprise.

Tit for Tat

Earlier today, teasers began popping up about another sex scandal, however, this one claimed Hillary Clinton as its victim. The National Enquirer, a supermarket check stand staple since 1926, is dropping a 9 page bombshell on Hillary Clinton. The teaser boasts of sorrid details of Mrs. Clinton's sex life, including affairs with both men and women over the years. The source, a hidden figure who provided the paper with proof of his employment for the Clintons revealed twelve major cover-ups he did for the Clinton family. Both Bill and Hillary had him running interference for their sexual escapades; at times he even arranged them. The story claims these facts and many more over a 24 year period, to be revealed with proof, tomorrow.

Media Blackout ?

The story is already being pre-hyped on the Drudge Report, Breitbart, Conservative Post, WND, Infowars, the Daily Mail, and many others are sure to follow. Notice, each of these sites are Republican sites, aside from the UK based Daily Mail. Where is the same outrage published about the Trump recording? Not that I really expected anything different, only making a rhetorical point. Unless it comes up at the debate tomorrow evening, it's quite possible the Democrat-controlled Liberal media could possible ignore the story. If it came back to haunt them, they could easily discount the tale, considering the source's reputation as a tabloid. With the latest email releases from John Podesta already looking as key talking points for Trump to attack Clinton in tomorrow's debate, Clinton needs the press to do damage control. Meaning, supress the story at all costs.

Premonition ?

Tomorrow will bring raunchy stories that are not going to be favorable for candidate Clinton. Democrats will pretend they didn't happen, call them outright lies, or simply give Hillary a pass, exactly like they did when then President Bill Clinton was caught having an affair with an intern. It's only sex scandals, or in Trump's case, locker-room talk braggadocio, which are newsworthy to a Democrat. I hope everyone can comment that I was wrong, but I don't expect to be. The timing will give America yet another healthy dose of recognition; seeing just how different the two are treated by the Liberal media.


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