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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Team Hillary Dismisses Trump Speech As ’Nutty Conspiracy Theories’

John Podesta: I’ve Convinced Hillary Clinton To Declassify UFO Files

John Podesta: I’ve Convinced Hillary Clinton To Declassify UFO Files?


John Podesta, campaign chairman for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and a longtime advocate for government disclosure of UFO files, said Clinton is ready to look into the issue.

“I’ve talked to Hillary about that,” Podesta told KLAS-TV Politics NOW co-host Steve Sebelius during a campaign stop in Las Vegas. “There are still classified files that could be declassified.”
He continued: “I think I’ve convinced her that we need an effort to kind of go look at that and declassify as much as we can, so that people have their legitimate questions answered. More attention and more discussion about unexplained aerial phenomena can happen without people — who are in public life, who are serious about this — being ridiculed.”

Podesta made it clear that “the UFO question has been discussed” with Clinton, KLAS reporter George Knapp reveals in the above video (which includes statements from this reporter). The station broadcast the interview on Tuesday.

Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, made headlines in January when she told the Conway Daily Sun newspaper in New Hampshire that she would “get to the bottom of“ the mystery behind unexplained aerial objects.

UFOs have been hovering around Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, for decades.

At a 2005 speech in Hong Kong, Bill Clinton told about his efforts to look into the phenomenon:
“I did attempt to find out if there were any secret government documents that reveal things, and if there were, they were concealed from me, too. I wouldn’t be the first president that underlings have lied to or that career bureaucrats have waited out. But there may be some career person sitting around somewhere hiding these dark secrets, even from elected presidents. But, if so, they successfully eluded me, and I’m almost embarrassed to tell you I did try to find out.”
Podesta, who was Bill Clinton’s White House chief of staff, for years has called on the U.S. government to declassify UFO files. In a 2002 speech at the National Press Club in Washington, he said, “I think it’s time to open the books on questions that have remained in the dark on the question of government investigations of UFOs.

“It’s time to find out what the truth really is that’s out there,” Podesta said. “We ought to do it because it’s right. We ought to do it because the American people, quite frankly, can handle the truth. And we ought to do it because it’s the law.”

After spending a year as President Barack Obama’s senior adviser, Podesta tweeted on Feb. 13, 2015, that his biggest regret was “not securing the disclosure of the UFO files.”

Podesta told KLAS he’s been criticized for his position on UFO disclosure.

“I come in for my fair share of people raising questions about whether I’m off my rocker, but I’ve been a longtime advocate of declassification of records,” he said. “People really want to know what the government knows.”

Hillary Clinton and the 2016 Campaign UFO Question

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Hillary Clinton and the 2016 Campaign UFO Question

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Hillary Clinton and the 2016 Campaign UFO Question

 ETs for <b>Hillary</b>: Why <b>UFO</b> Activists Are Excited About Another Clinton ...

by Grant Cameron
Ever since Tim Russert asked Dennis Kucinich the “did you see a UFO” question during the October 30, 2007 Democratic Presidential Debate, there have been a flurry of UFO questions to other White House hopefuls.

Barack Obama, for example, was asked moments after Kucinich if he believed there was life in outer space. He carefully evaded by saying, "I believe there is life on Earth." 

Bill Richardson, the governor of New Mexico has faced the UFO question many times during his 2008 Presidential campaign partly because a few years back he wrote a forward to a book about an archeological dig done in New Mexico looking for evidence of the rumored 1947 flying saucer that crashed outside of Roswell, New Mexico. He has replied to all the UFO questions by saying that he doesn’t believe in UFOs, but thinks the government did not release all the material on the 1947 crash, and is all in favor of the tourism that the UFO subject has brought to Roswell.

John McCain, in reply to a question if he had ever seen one said he’d never seen one, “but I keep looking all the time.” Joe Biden told CNN’s Chris Matthews “No I don’t think there are UFOs.” Republican Mitt Romney said “I’m afraid I do not believe in extraterrestrials visiting Earth.”, but the Republican front runner Rudy Giuliani told an 8-year old that if invaded by evil aliens said, “We'll be prepared for anything that happens.”

Mike Gravel, the ex-Alaskan senator, said he was a believer, whereas Republican Mike Huckabee said he believed in G-O-D rather than U-F-O. Even ex-president Jimmy Carter got dragged in when Dennis Kucinich defended his sighting, by saying that Jimmy Carter had one prior to his becoming President. 

One of the few candidates that has never faced the UFO question is 2016 Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. This is despite the fact that her 2008 strategist Mark Penn complained that questions about outer space were easy questions compared to what poor Hillary was forced to answer during the October 30th debate. The question remains unanswered in 2015 despite one of the key members of her presidential run, John Podesta, actually hinting to reporters that she be asked the UFO question.

Secondly, it is strange that she has not been asked the UFO question because Hillary has never hidden the fact that she once wanted to be an astronaut, and was turned down by NASA who told her girls need not apply. Hillary also played a role in appointing the first woman, Eileen Collins, as a commander of a space shuttle.

Most importantly, it is strange that Hillary is not asked because Hillary is not exactly a stranger to the subject. As Herald Tribune journalist Billy Cox put it after the 2007 debate where the question was asked of many candidates “you had to wonder if Hillary Clinton’s heart was fluttering just a little harder Tuesday night as Russert asked why her husband had written the National Archives requesting that their correspondences during his White House years remain sealed until 2012.” This might be because Hillary had to know that a good percentage of the FOIAs filed with the Clinton Library deal with the role of the Clintons in trying to bring openness and disclosure to UFOs during Clinton White House years.

The fact that the Clintons, particularly Bill, had an interest in UFOs is no big secret in the UFO research community. After all there are over 1,000 pages of documents from the office of Clinton’s science advisor that were released while Bill was still in office. It was partly these documents that provided the names and dates for all the present FOIAs now sitting in FOIA queues at the Clinton library. These documents are now missing from government files but can be seen at the Paradigm Research website;
In addition Webster Hubbell, Bill Clinton’s close friend and Associate Attorney General at the Justice Department, stated in his 1997 book “Friends in High Places” that Bill Clinton had asked him to look into two items 1) Are there UFOs? and 2) Who killed JFK?

Then during Hillary run for president Bill Clinton received the latest Roswell UFO crash book and other related items from Hollywood writer and director Paul Davids. Bill told Davids, "You know, I've always been really interested in this stuff, and I'm going to read this."
And so what of Hillary?

Well according to William LaParl, a UFO researcher and friend of top CIA scientist Ronald Pandolfi, (who got the request from Clinton’s science advisor for a briefing on UFOs in 1993), "It was known among the high CIA people, and the people who had contact with these people, that the Clintons were on the prowl for UFOs…"She (Hillary) was almost an equal mover with him on this," Laparl said. "I would not give him any more weight at all on this UFO thing. If anything she may have slightly been pushing it more than he was. That’s the way I read the situation."

Moreover LaParl told me that “Hillary even kind of tried to indirectly get me involved, as kind of like an outside researcher …She was putting out feelers that she needed help and stuff like that. They were open to any kind of input along these lines.” 

Later UFO researcher Darrel Simms would tell me almost an identical story of a woman claiming to be a friend of Hillary’s coming to him looking for material for Hillary and the President. Later the woman returned stating Hillary and the President enjoyed the material, and there was a way for Simms work to receive funding. Simms turned down what was proposed.

The documents obtained from the White House office of President Clinton’s science advisor to also show Hillary role in the effort to gather UFO material.

In a February 5, 1996 letter from Laurance Rockefeller to Clinton’s Science Advisor Dr. Gibbon’s Rockefeller spoke of all the UFO-related material that he and the President’s Science Advisor were gathering. “You indicated,” wrote Rockefeller, “that you will keep the First Lady’s Office informed, and we shall as well.”Hillary Clinton document 2
Even more dramatic is a letter written by Rockefeller’s lawyer Henry L. Diamond on November 1, 1995 with the draft of a letter on “Lifting Security on Information about Extraterrestrial Intelligence as a Part of the Current Classification Review.” (Diamond was tying UFO disclosure into executive order 12958 on April 17, 1995 issued by Bill Clinton requiring his intelligence agencies to allow for the de facto declassification of papers 25 years or older, provided they did not compromise nuclear secrets, intelligence sources and methods and a host of other security concerns. “Attached are: (1) A draft of a letter to the President which Laurance has been discussing with Mrs. Clinton and her staff.Hillary Clinton Document 1
The stories are almost unanimous opinion within the UFO community that Hillary Clinton sat down with Laurance Rockefeller in August of 1995 (while the Clintons vacationed at his Wyoming ranch) to listen to Rockefeller’s pitch for disclosure. The question the present FOIAs will attempt to answer is was the President also there. He was supposed to be there but received a letter from the Science Advisor days before hinting he should not meet with Rockefeller. Gibbons to Clinton
In a conversation with novelist and UFO research Whitley Strieber Rockefeller stated that Bill Clinton did appear. Strieber spoke about Rockefeller's UFO discussion with Bill and Hillary.
“He spoke of the time that he had spent with the President and Mrs. Clinton at the JY Ranch in the Grand Tetons in 1995, where he outlined for them the contents of the briefing that he had developed out of Project Starlight (mentioned in many of the first FOIAs coming from the Clinton Library), the 1993 Rockefeller funded program that developed into the Disclosure Project. He said that the Clintons had not commented on the information until the next morning, when, before the President appeared, Mrs. Clinton requested to Mr. Rockefeller that he not bring up the subject again.”
Why? Well during the 1992 presidential campaign Hillary had said “We’ll have a woman President by 2010.” She may have realized she might be that President and should therefore watch which issue she hitches her wagon to.

So we move into the 2016 presidential campaign with a candidate named Hillary who is interested in new age concepts which can be seen by her 1996 channeling of dead people in 1996 with her spiritual advisor Jean Houston. Will she see the UFO question from a media obsessed with more earthly things like Hillary's hair or her private e-mails? Time will tell. It is probably not a good idea to hold your breath.
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Team Hillary Dismisses Trump Speech As ’Nutty Conspiracy Theories’? the Clinton Library deal with the role of the Clintons in trying to bring openness and disclosure to UFOs during Clinton White House years.

 Hillary Clinton and the 2016 Campaign UFO Question

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Trump’s speech focused on Clinton’s years of lies, obfuscations, political positioning and criminal behavior, describing her as unfit to be president.

“The only thing Donald Trump offered today was more hypocritical lies and nutty conspiracy theories,” said Clinton’s senior national spokesperson Glen Caplin in a statement. “This is more distraction from a candidate that cannot answer or dispute any of yesterday’s criticism of his business record.”

Caplin warned that the economic experts would hurt the economy and throw the United States back into recession and kill 3.5 American jobs.

“That’s a fact,” he said. “Donald Trump continues to prove that he is unqualified and unfit to be president.”

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Think Less Progress thinks “dismemberment abortion” is misleading, but is it?


ecently became the latest state to ban the dismemberment abortion procedure, also known as dilation & evacuation abortion. With something as manifestly vile as tearing children limb from limb in the public eye, abortion apologists have their work cut out for them in sanitizing things.

Or, they would put work into it if there was any possible way to make dismembering babies sound any better. But there’s not, so ThinkProgress’s Laurel Raymond has settled for the next best thing: deny, deny, deny; and hope nobody asks too many questions…
[D&E abortion is] held up by the World Health Organization as the gold standard for later abortions, and is the only remaining legal option for second trimester abortions — which comprise about 10 percent of abortions — that doctors consider safe.
Or is it that D&E abortions are better for the abortionists, so they can fit more abortions into their schedule? The WHO has beenknown to show a pro-abortion slant before, so its approval isn’t exactly the last word on the subject. Moreover, as Ian Tuttleexplains, saying we must allow dismemberment abortions for the sake of maternal safety “mistakes — or substitutes — a secondary question for the primary moral one,” which is, “does the procedure involve one human being, or two?”
Abortion opponents, however, have targeted the procedure with graphic and inflammatory terms, misleadingly describing it as tearing babies “limb from limb.” Anti-abortion advocates have even compared D&E to the medieval torture drawing and quartering.
Rather than ask a single reader to believe a pro-lifer, let’s discredit this lie using nothing but direct quotes from the abortion industry itself. The National Abortion Federation’s own instructional materials describe “grasping a fetal part,” then “withdraw[ing] the forceps while gently rotating it,” for the purpose of achieving “separation.” If that’s not clear enough, NAF also describes “fetal extremit[ies]” (i.e., limbs), “fetal trunk[s],” and “fetal skeletal development.”
Additionally, notorious late-term abortionist Warren Hern evenconfirms “there is no possibility of denial of an act of destruction by the operator [of D&E procedures]. It is before one’s eyes. The sensations of dismemberment flow through the forceps like an electric current.”
Listen to former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino explain the process of a D&E abortion:
Instead of making even the most cursory effort to explain how on Earth “separation” of a “fetal extremity” from a “fetal trunk” doesn’t constitute dismemberment, Raymond next attempts to cast this as the sequel to pro-lifers deceiving America on the truth about partial-birth abortions:
[D]octors used to also perform abortions via a procedure called Intact Dilation & Extraction, or “D&X,” which involved dilating the cervix and extracting the whole fetus. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, however, the National Right to Life dubbed this medical procedure “partial birth abortion.” They commissioned graphic, misleading illustrations of D&X and placed them as paid advertisements in newspapers, shifting the conversation from the women needing a safe medical procedure to a gruesome discussion about crushing the skulls of unborn babies.
Once again, notice ThinkProgress’s complete lack of any effort to explain precisely how “partial birth” is misleading. Hilariously, she links another ThinkProgress article to back her up…an article saying that in D&X abortions, “the cervix is dilated to allow an entire fetus to pass through.” Pass through? As in partially delivered? Delivered, as in born? Partially? (Like with D&E’s, Hernadmits that D&X’s entail “deliver[ing]” fetuses.)
Later, she links Slate’s William Saletan’s effort to explain how the birth in a partial-birth abortion isn’t really a birth, and it’s every bit as insipid as you’re expecting:
This procedure doesn’t take place anywhere near the appointed hour of birth. If you paid close attention to the Senate debate, you might have noticed the part where Santorum said the procedure was performed “at least 20 weeks, and in many cases, 21, 22, 23, 24 weeks [into pregnancy], and in rarer cases, beyond that.” He didn’t clarify how many of these abortions took place past the 20th week. A full-term pregnancy is 40 weeks. In 1992, the Supreme Court mentioned that viability could “sometimes” occur at 23 or 24 weeks. Santorum described a 1-pound fetus as “a fully formed baby,” noting that while it was only at 20 weeks gestation, it had a complete set of features and extremities. But according to the National Center for Health Statistics, the survival rate for babies born weighing 500 grams or less—that’s 1 pound, 1 ounce or less—is 14 percent.
So “partial-birth abortion” is only inaccurate because births before the due date aren’t technically births? By that logic, all the preemieswho ever lived were never born. This might even be more vapid than Saletan repeating the old saw that a high rate of death in a group somehow means members of the group were never alive.
Many Americans were confused by the contradictory term “partial birth,” and the emotive framing and exploitation of the ‘ick’ factor worked.
Looks like somebody didn’t read Cassy Fiano’s takedown of the straw-man argument that “grossness” is the only reason to detest violence against children.
It’s expected for propagandists to lie, but stunning that they would put so little effort into making their lies plausible. Then again, the job of devil’s advocate is all-but impossible when the subject to be defended is literally devilish.

Inside Planned Parenthood: Covering up child sexual abuse

What do you think of when you hear the words “Planned Parenthood”? Cecile Richards wants you to think of a health care organization that has the best interests of American women at heart. The media often downplays their abortion involvement, and portrays them as a benevolent company that women can rely on when they’re desperate or scared or in trouble. Sadly, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Planned Parenthood is an organization that is concerned with abortion above all else, even if it means doing something as abhorrent as covering up sexual abuse.
In 2007, Lila Rose first exposed Planned Parenthood’s willingness to cover up sexual abuse and statutory rape. She went undercover at clinics around the country, posing as an underage girl who had become pregnant by an older man. Even when Rose claimed to be as young as 13, and impregnated by a man as old as 31, Planned Parenthood employees still didn’t report the abuse to police, as required by law. Instead, they encouraged Rose to lie about her age or counseled her on how best to obtain an abortion without her parents or police finding out.
Sadly, there are numerous instances of this happening in real life as well.
Danielle Cramer was a teenager who was kidnapped by 40-year-old Adam Gault. For over a year, he held her captive, and raped her. When she became pregnant, he took her to Planned Parenthood…where they asked no questions, performed the abortion, and gave her right back to Gault. A clinic in Philadelphia was caught covering up multiple cases of child rape. In California, a 13-year-old girl was repeatedly subjected to sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather. When she became pregnant, he took her to Planned Parenthood,where staffers did not report the abuse, but performed the abortion and sent her back home with her stepfather. She continued to be the victim of abuse for another seven months. In San Francisco, an 11-year-old girl was raped, and Planned Parenthood covered up the crime.
Two separate Planned Parenthood clinics were sued, by two different teenage girls, for refusing to report that they were being abused. One of the girls told staffers that she was being abused by her father – they did nothing, and she continued to be abused for another 18 months. The second girl sued because Planned Parenthood staffers performed an abortion on her without notifying her parents first – which is against Ohio state law. Planned Parenthood also failed to report that she was a victim of rape.
There are incidences of sexual abuse cover-up at Planned Parenthood facilities all over the country. But tragically, it doesn’t end there. Planned Parenthood is also willing to aid and abet child sex trafficking.
Seven clinics in four different states were found to be willing to participate in the exploitation of minor girls, supplying birth control, STD testing, and abortions to children who were being trafficked. And Planned Parenthood didn’t report any of it. Staffers even coached the traffickers on how best to avoid being detected by law enforcement, so that these young girls could remain in slavery. And like the sexual abuse cover-ups, this happens in the real world also, not just in Live Action investigations.
Steven Wagner, former director of the Human Trafficking Program at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services explains how forced abortions – a common occurrence in the trafficking world – are often a “death sentence” for the girls and women:
“If someone is being trafficked — which is to say, under the domination of a pimp/trafficker — she is by definition unable to provide informed consent to an abortion or to a regime of contraception. The victim has no voice in this decision. Indeed, providing such services to a victim of sexual trafficking benefits only the trafficker by getting the victim back out on the street and making money sooner.
The average age of entry into commercial sex exploitation is about 14. The average life expectancy of someone in commercial sexual exploitation is seven years. Start at 14, dead by 21. The mortality rate for someone in commercial sexual exploitation is 40 times higher than for a non-exploited person of the same age. Helping a victim return to exploitation more quickly by terminating a pregnancy increases the odds of death.”
Sex traffickers use Planned Parenthood, and abortion, to keep girls enslaved. In addition to subjecting them to sexual slavery, the traffickers force these girls into abortions, the majority of which are unwanted, without giving them any kind of follow-up care or respite time after the procedures. Does Planned Parenthood care? No, they take their money, perform the procedure, and hand the girls right back to their captors.
When it comes to sex trafficking, Planned Parenthood’s biggest concern isn’t protecting these young girls; it’s their own bottom line. The abortion giant even opposes bills like this one that would protect victims of human trafficking because it might lower their profits.
Planned Parenthood very clearly wants the public to see them a certain way, as a kind, noble group of health care providers who simply want to care for women at their most desperate and vulnerable. But the truth is clear, and much more disturbing.
If you look inside Planned Parenthood, you’ll see it has never had women’s best interests at heart, and is frequently complicit in crimes against women and young girls.

Former abortionist to U.S. Senate: I killed more people than most mass murderers

Former abortionist Dr. Kathi A. Aultman testified at a Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on March 15th, 2016. The purpose of the hearing was to discuss two pro-life bills. One bill would ban abortions after 20 weeks. The other would ensure that a baby accidentally born alive during an abortion procedure be given proper medical care and treatment.  Aultman, who has performed both first and second trimester abortions, testified in favor of the bills.
During her time as an abortionist, she committed abortions by suction D&C (in the first trimester) and D&E (in the second).
A suction D&C, also called an aspiration abortion, is performed by inserting an instrument called a cannula into the woman’s uterus. The cannula is attached to a tube and suction machine. When the machine is turned on, the baby is torn apart by the force of the suction. The pieces go through the tube into a collection jar. The baby is dismembered in the process.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Clinton's Go Full Obama On Jobs Plan,Infrastructure Plan: Obama calls for spending to improve nation’s roads and rails?

Obama on Wednesday called on Congress to act swiftly to approve billions of dollars in funding for the nation’s aging roads, bridges and rail systems, warning that a failure to do so may cost the economy 700,000 jobs.