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Thursday, 5 July 2018

Sins! What Sins?

Dear Friends: After listening to another never-ending tirade about Hillary Clinton from Don the Con Trumplethinskin I feel compelled to set the record straight once and for all!

This whole continuing slander campaign against Ms Clinton is all total bullshit and innuendo without any basis of truth or reality in any part of it.

Look folks, I have an expression that I always keep in mind when discussing religion or politics and that is: "Tell people something enough times, with enough conviction, and they will believe almost anything!"

This ongoing slander campaign by Drumpf against Hillary is a total fabrication and I would like to give you a few examples of what the real story is all about. (And now you know the rest of the story?)

1. Nothing happened at Benghazi that was in any way connected to, or caused by Hillary Clinton and to suggest this is pure fabrication and character assasination.

2. The whole E-mail thing is pure "bullshit!" Everybody uses their private e-mail server for some communications and this is especially true for the current Republican Administration.

3. Nothing done by the Clinton Foundation was illegal while we all know what the Trump Foundation has been up to!

4. Drumpf keeps calling for a D.O.J. investigation into wrongdoings by Hillary even though the government lawyers can't find anything to investigate!

5.  There was nothing illegal about the 'Uranium One' deal and Hillary had nothing to do with it anyway, other than being 'Secretary of State' at the time.

Some other random sins:

6. The Clinton's weren't running a 'kiddy porn' ring out of the basement of a pizza shop that didn't have a basement.

7. Hillary did not have people murdered!

SO!

We  compiled a list of  Clinton and Trump's "sins" to show you the difference between the "two uniquely corrupt candidates."

The list includes some of Trump's most controversial moments on the campaign trail like when he said women should be punished for having abortions, called for a ban on some Muslims entering the US and vowed to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants.

All told, Trump's list includes 239 "offenses and misdemeanors," as Slate put it, while Clinton's list only includes one: "Poor email server management."


 LIST OF THEIR SINS:

Donald J. Trump (R)

1. Said he would force the military to commit war crimes
2. Said about women, “You have to treat ’em like shit”
3. Proposed to create a database system to track Muslims in the U.S.
4. Said a U.S.-born judge couldn’t be impartial because of his “Mexican heritage”
5. Advocated assassinating terrorists’ families
6. Advocated waterboarding as punishment even if it doesn’t help gain information, because “they deserve it anyway”
7. Said women should be punished for having abortions
8. Urged supporters to beat up protesters at his rallies
9. Made fun of a reporter’s physical disability
10. Promised to deport U.S. citizens whose parents immigrated illegally, in violation of the 14th Amendment
11. Advocated shutting down mosques
12. Called for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S.
13. Described global warming as a hoax perpetrated by “the Chinese” for competitive reasons
14. Suggested the U.S. should reduce its debts by partially defaulting on them
15. Responded to the murder of 49 people at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub with “Appreciate the congrats for being right on Islamic terrorism”
16. Fraternizes with avowed white supremacists on Twitter
17. Called Mexican immigrants rapists
18. Endorsed torture
19. Refuses to sell any of his more than 500 businesses if he’s elected, potentially creating unprecedented conflicts of interest
20. Disparaged Sen. John McCain’s military service because he was captured by the North Vietnamese
21. Defended FDR’s internment of Japanese Americans
22. Refused to release his tax returns during the campaign
23. Retweeted bogus crime statistics that wildly inflated the rate at which blacks kill whites
24. Suggested that supporters who attacked a homeless Hispanic man were “very passionate” and “love their country”
25. Blamed sexual assault in the military on “put[ting] men and women together”
26. Referred to Tiananmen Square demonstrations as a riot and said the Chinese government’s response “shows you the power of strength”
27. Repeatedly suggested that President Obama might be a Muslim
28. Claimed he saw thousands of Muslims in New Jersey celebrating the 9/11 attacks
29. Doesn’t know how many articles are in the Constitution
30. Called an attorney who requested a break to pump breast milk “disgusting”
31. Doesn’t pay his bills
32. Proposed to change libel laws to make it easier to sue media organizations
33. Barred reporters from campaign events for unfavorable coverage
34. Praised North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un
35. Described Fox debate moderator Megyn Kelly as having “blood coming out of her wherever”
36. Questioned President Obama’s American citizenship, bringing the “birther” campaign into the mainstream
37. Said, “I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose voters”
38. Named and threatened former students who criticized Trump University
39. Didn’t immediately disavow an endorsement from KKK leader David Duke
40. Bragged about the size of his penis during a primary debate
41. Claimed he’s donated $1 million to veterans’ groups, although none received any money until reporters began investigating
42. Didn’t know the meaning of the term “Brexit” less than a month before the U.K. referendum on leaving the EU
43. Posted a link to Facebook promoting the conspiracy theory that the Obama administration actively supported al-Qaida in Iraq
44. Called Elizabeth Warren “the Indian” and “Pocahontas”
45.
46. Advocated plundering oil from Iraq, Libya, and other oil-rich countries invaded by the U.S., in violation of the Geneva Conventions
47. Said, “It doesn’t really matter what [the media] write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass”
48. Named himself as his primary consultant on foreign policy
49. Refused to take care of his children, saying that husbands who change diapers are “acting like the wife”
50. Refused to rule out using nuclear weapons against ISIS
51. Claimed he’s donated $102 million to charity, although journalists have been unable to find evidence of any substantial donations
52. Said of Carly Fiorina, “Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?”
53. Approvingly repeated a tall tale about a U.S. commander ordering the execution of Muslim insurgents with bullets dipped in pig’s blood
54. Refused to condemn anti-Semitic attacks on journalists
55. Paid campaign money to family members and his own businesses
56. Advocated withholding free public education from insufficiently studious kids
57. Suggested that he might refuse to serve as president if elected
58. Told a female contestant on Celebrity Apprentice, “That must be a pretty picture, you dropping to your knees”
59. Proposed to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants
60. Speculated about his 1-year-old daughter’s future breasts
61. Said, “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her”
62. Has repeatedly done business with figures linked to organized crime
63. Hired a suspicious number of advisers who have done work on behalf of Vladimir Putin
64. Claimed that American Muslims knew about the Orlando nightclub shooter and San Bernardino terrorists before the attacks
65. Didn’t understand the phrase “nuclear triad” during a primary debate
66. Pointed out a black supporter and said, “Oh, look at my African American over here”
67. Kept a collection of Adolf Hitler’s collected speeches in a cabinet by his bed
68. Said that “maybe” his employees should feel they have to return quickly from maternity leave or risk being replaced
69. Suggested the U.S. won’t come to NATO allies’ military aid
70. Proposed to compel Mexico to pay for a border wall
71. Praised Saddam Hussein for being good at killing terrorists
72. Threatened Amazon as payback for negative coverage in the Washington Post
73. Called for the death penalty for the Central Park Five, five teenagers later exonerated of rape and assault
74. Praised the U.K.’s vote to leave the EU because a falling pound would be good for his Scottish golf course
75. Suggested that Sen. Ted Cruz’s father was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
76. Tweeted an image that originated on a white-supremacist account containing a star of David over a background of money
77. Read out Sen. Lindsey Graham’s personal phone number in a campaign speech
78. Subjected his then-wife Ivana to what she described in a deposition as rape, although she later said she didn’t mean the word literally
79. Quoted in a 1991 book as telling a colleague that “laziness is a trait in blacks”
80. Said that the U.S. military should withdraw from Japan and South Korea and allow those countries to defend themselves with nuclear weapons
81. Called for the construction of a wall across the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent immigration
82. Tweeted: “Our great African American President hasn’t exactly had a positive impact on the thugs who are so happily and openly destroying Baltimore!”
83. Has been a plaintiff in at least 1,900 lawsuits and a defendant in 1,450 more
84. Suggested that Bill and Hillary Clinton conspired to murder aide Vince Foster
85. Believes the world would be “100 percent” better if Saddam Hussein and Muammar Qaddafi were still in power
86. Directed a female employee not to take lunch orders when visitors came to Trump Tower because he found her insufficiently attractive
87. Reportedly asked national security advisers why the U.S. can’t use nuclear weapons
88. Told his security team to confiscate protesters’ coats and “throw them out into the cold”
89. Publicly shamed a Miss Universe winner for gaining weight
90. Repeatedly claimed, falsely, to have opposed the Iraq war
91. Included the head of the white nationalist American Freedom Party on a list of California delegates
92. Sold Trump University and Trump Institute courses that relied on plagiarized materials
93. Earned millions from failing casinos by shifting the debt burden to investors
94. Filed for corporate bankruptcy four times
95. Compared his “sacrifices” as a businessman with those of parents whose son was killed in war
96. Claimed there’s “no real assimilation” of “second- and third-generation” families from the Middle East
97. Tried to set up an investment partnership with Muammar Qaddafi
98. Argued that the massacre at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub could have been prevented if patrons had been armed
99. Claimed, falsely, that President Obama “issued a statement for Kwanzaa but failed to issue one for Christmas”
100. Wished for a housing-market crash
101. Took
102. Has insulted 239 candidates, journalists, organizations, countries, sitting politicians, and celebrities on Twitter
103. Used contributions to the Trump Foundation to buy a helmet and jersey signed by Tim Tebow for $12,000 at a charity auction
104. Said, “Refugees are trying to take over our children” by telling them “how wonderful Islam is”
105. Called the decision to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill “pure political correctness”
106. Said that Black Lives Matter activists are “looking for trouble”
107. Called Rosie O’Donnell a “big, fat pig”
108. Proposed a 35 percent tax on Mexican-made cars and trucks, in violation of NAFTA
109. Greeted a Miss Universe contestant with a kiss on the lips, which she called “gross” and “inappropriate”
110. Proposed to abolish gun-free zones
111. Falsely claimed there have been calls for a moment of silence for Dallas shooter Micah Johnson
112. Defended then–campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after he physically grabbed a female reporter
113. Falsely claimed that Ferguson, Missouri, and Oakland, California, were “among the most dangerous [places] in the world”
114. Proposed to have China assassinate Kim Jong-un
115. Claimed that “the birther movement was started by Hillary Clinton in 2008”
116. Threatened to “spill the beans” about an unspecified scandal concerning Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi
117. Attempted to court Jewish voters with anti-Semitic stereotypes about money, influence, and dealmaking
118. Pre-emptively questioned the legitimacy of the election
119. Attempted to seize and bulldoze the home of an Atlantic City, New Jersey, widow under eminent domain
120. Said that Hillary Clinton “got schlonged” by Obama in 2008
121. Tweeted “The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics!”
122. Claimed a federal spending bill “funds ISIS”
123. Pretended to be his own publicist
124. Proposed to appoint himself U.S. trade representative
125. Accused Hillary Clinton of “playing the woman card”
126. Called Russia’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine “so smart”
127. Believes that he would “get along very well” with Vladimir Putin
128. Included two anti-Sharia cranks on a list of five foreign-policy advisers
129. According to Chris Christie, he would seek to purge Obama-era civil service hires
130. Said, “If and when the Vatican is attacked by ISIS … the pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been president”
131. Repeated a supporter who called Ted Cruz a pussy
132. Said, “I think Islam hates us”
133. Praised conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, telling him, “I will not let you down”
134. Tried to entice Ohio Gov. John Kasich to be his vice presidential candidate by saying he’d let him control domestic and foreign policy
135. Kept journalists in restrictive “press pens” on the campaign trail
136. Said he “can relate” to victims of racism because “even against me the system is rigged.”
137. Said he doesn’t “have the time” to read books
138. Proposed to charge American allies for military defense
139. Suggested that Gold Star mother and Muslim Ghazala Khan remained silent because she “wasn’t allowed to have anything to say”
140. Said Mitt Romney would have “dropped to his knees” for an endorsement
141. Referred to 9/11 as 7-Eleven
142. Joked about Second Amendment advocates shooting his opponent or her judicial appointees
143. Proposed a 45 percent tariff on Chinese exports
144. Praised Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s brutal response to an attempted coup, giving “great credit to him for turning it around”
145. Likened the killing of a 21-year-old woman by a drunk-driving undocumented immigrant to ritualistic child sacrifice
146. Falsely claimed he “100 percent” owns “the largest winery on the East Coast”
147. Claimed he saw nonexistent footage of money airlifted from the U.S. to Iran
148. Said Khizr Khan “has no right to claim I have never read the Constitution”
149. Claimed that the U.S. is being “ripped off” by its fellow members of NATO
150. Employed a butler who said President Obama should be “hung for treason”
151. Called sexual harassment allegations against Roger Ailes “totally unfounded”
152. Picked convention speakers who called for his general-election opponent to be imprisoned
153. Questioned Hillary Clinton’s religion
154. Launched at least 15 business ventures that went on to fail
155. Said Gold Star father Khizr Khan attacked him for being tough on terrorism
156. Falsely accused Clinton of rigging the general election debate schedule
157. Called Obama and Clinton the founders of ISIS
158. Said women who are sexually harassed at work should “find another career”
159. His wife, Melania, plagiarized her convention speech from Michelle Obama, then campaign operatives lied about it
160. Praised an adviser who called for Clinton to be executed
161. Questioned Ben Carson’s Seventh-day Adventism
162. Sued a former campaign aide for $10 million for breaching a confidentiality agreement
163. Characterized the theme of his administration as “America First”
164. Appeared not to know about Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea
165. Questioned Ted Cruz’s evangelical faith
166. Entrusted his health to a doctor who described his test results as “astonishingly excellent”
167. Proposed to deport his opponent, an American citizen
168. Asked advisers if he could get out of picking Mike Pence as his vice presidential candidate after he’d offered Pence the job
169. Proposed to try U.S. citizens in Guantanamo Bay military tribunals
170. Urged supporters to patrol polling places to combat “election fraud”
171. Hired the editor of white-nationalist website Breitbart as his campaign chief
172. Said he’s “starting to agree” that his opponent should be imprisoned
173. Responded to a murder with: “Just what I have been saying. African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP!”
174. Doesn’t allow contributors to cancel recurring donations on his website
175. Ejected a baby from a rally
176. Called on Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails
177. Told black voters, “You’re living in poverty; your schools are no good; you have no jobs”
178. Falsely claimed San Bernardino neighbors saw “bombs all over the floor” but failed to act due to political correctness
179. Falsely claimed Chicago police brass told him crime could be ended if they were allowed to be “much tougher”
180. Boasted of “employee childcare programs” that are really for hotel guests
181. Ran a modeling agency that hired models working illegally in the U.S.
182. Repeatedly called a deaf actress “retarded” and sexually harassed her on the set of The Apprentice
183. Said he wanted to hit Democratic National Convention speakers who criticized him
184. Suggested a reporter who accused him of sexual assault wasn’t attractive enough to assault
185. Would consider recognizing Crimea as Russian territory and lifting sanctions on Russia
186. Named the person who made up “death panels” to his economic team
187. Falsely claimed his opponent wants to admit 620,000 Syrian refugees
188. Told two 14-year-old girls, “Wow! Just think—in a couple of years, I’ll be dating you.”
189. Threatened to pull the U.S. out of the World Trade Organization
190. Falsely claimed his opponent’s plan would provide Social Security benefits to illegal immigrants
191. Posted a tweet urging voters to “check out [a critic’s] sex tape,” then denied it during a debate
192. Screwed over the USA Freedom Kids, a group of preteen girls who performed at Trump events
193. Falsely claimed his opponent was “seen laughing on two occasions” at a 12-year-old rape victim
194. Employed campaign operatives who scrubbed language supporting Ukraine against Russian aggression from the GOP platform
195. Called his opponent “unhinged” and “unbalanced”
196. Falsely claimed the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency endorsed him
197. Falsely claimed the U.S. economy is experiencing its slowest growth since 1929
198. Threatened to fund a super PAC campaign against his defeated GOP primary rivals if they run again
199. Hired a former Christie staffer implicated in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal
200. Confused Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, with Tom Kean, Republican governor of New Jersey in the 1980s
201. Falsely claimed he won “every poll” after the second presidential debate
202. Falsely claimed the Iran nuclear deal made Iran rich
203. Falsely claimed Bill Clinton “had to pay an $850,000 fine” to Paula Jones after she accused him of sexual assault
204. Said, “When you’re a star, [women] let you do it. You can do anything. ... Grab them by the pussy.”
205. Said veterans who suffer from PTSD aren’t “strong” and “can’t handle it”
206. Said not paying income taxes “makes me smart”
207. Continuted to insist the Central Park Five are guilty of murder, despite DNA evidence exonerating them
208. Referred to a Hispanic Miss Universe as “Miss Housekeeping” and “Miss Piggy”
209. Said “we’re going to have to see” about whether he would accept a victory for his opponent as legitimate
210. Repeatedly sexually assaulted women
211. Promised to jail his opponent if elected
212. Illegally raised funds through his foundation without the proper license
213. Mocked his opponent stumbling leaving a 9/11 memorial event after she was diagnosed with pneumonia
214. Claimed government officials are letting illegal immigrants “pour into the country so they can go and vote”
215. Repeatedly walked in on pageant contestants, including teenagers, while they were changing
216. Accepted $150,000 in 9/11 recovery funds to “repair” a building that wasn’t damaged in the attacks
217. Spent $258,000 from his charitable foundation to settle lawsuits related to his businesses
218. Illegally contributed $25,000 to the PAC of a prosecutor who was considering legal action against Trump University
219. Said of a 10-year-old girl, “I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe it?”
220. Spent $20,000 in contributions to the Trump Foundation on a 6-foot-tall painting of himself
221. Called poor people “morons”
222. Suggested his opponent cheated on her husband
223. Claimed the Commission on Presidential Debates “rigged” the debates
224. Vowed that Iranians who provoke U.S. sailors with “gestures” will be “shot out of the water”
225. Brought on alleged serial sexual harasser Roger Ailes as a campaign adviser
226. Said his opponent “could actually be crazy”
227. Took credit for giving away other people’s money
228. Claimed nearly $1 billion in business losses in a single year
229. Repeatedly cited false unemployment statistics
230. Claimed he “lost hundreds of friends” on 9/11
240. Took kids away from their refugee parfents and then sold them on the black market! ;>)