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Clinton’s flaws exposed

The favored and heavily promoted Hillary Clinton lost the election that was supposed to be her God-given right to the presidential throne. Why?

It wasn’t because Hillary and the DNC tried to divide the American people by gender, race, economic and age issues. It wasn’t due to her health issues. It wasn’t even because they never discussed any economic, immigration or national security issues. It wasn’t even the exposure of the elite’s control over the political parties and the system.

Even the DNC control of the major TV new stations and newspapers was not enough to influence the swing voters to vote for Hillary. Nor was pounding your opponent daily to the point of pointing out the extreme bias of the news reporting that made many voters begin to question it.

It was the one paper they didn’t control: the National Enquirer. The biggest non-billboard at every checkout stand in the country in the final week of the election stating in big words on the front cover, “HILLARY, CORRUPT, RACIST, CRIMINAL.”

The swing voters finally woke up and saw her many character flaws that were revealed by it and common sense prevailed.

Gregory Ruff


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