It seems that a speech made by Nigel Farage (or “Mr. Brexit” as the Trump campaign has named him) at a Trump rally a couple of days ago in Jackson, Mississippi may have struck a nerve with the Clinton camp.
If you haven’t seen it…it’s worth a view:
[Especially because of the Masonic handshake at the end of the video! – I.U.]
Well, Clinton was not amused by Mr. Brexit. As pointed out by Breitbart, Clinton took the opportunity at an event yesterday to seemingly suggest that Farage is just another “right-wing”, xenophobic, sexist, bigot that you should all promptly ignore. Frankly, we’re in awe of how succinctly Clinton is able to identify all of Farage’s multiple character flaws…it really is masterful speech writing.
“Just yesterday, one of Britain’s most prominent right-wing leaders, a man named Nigel Farage, who stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum to have Britain leave the European Union, campaigned with Donald Trump in Mississippi.”
“Farage has called for a ban on the children of legal immigrants from public schools and health services, has said women are quote “worth less” than men, and supports scrapping laws that prevent employers from discriminating based on race — that’s who Trump wants by his side.”
Lest we forget, Hillary pointed that, because his opinions differ from her own, Farage is necessarily just another one of Putin’s “useful idiots“:
“The godfather of this global brand of extreme nationalism is Russian President Vladimir Putin.”
For his part, Farage suggested that Hillary spend a little more time “speaking to normal, working people in her country” rather than attacking him with “dodgy half-quotes.”
“I think Hillary Clinton is running scared. Her attacks on me are completely baseless. She sounds rather like Bob Geldof and can’t accept Brexit.”
“Perhaps Mrs. Clinton should spend more time speaking to normal, working people in her country than trying to attack me using dodgy half-quotes”.
Per Breitbart, Farage suggests that he did not say that children of legal immigrants be banned from public schools, but rather suggested that people who have not paid in to the UK tax system not be the beneficiaries of public money until they have paid in. Farage also noted that he has previously pointed out that women who take maternity leave are perceived by employers to be “worth less” than men, though never opined on whether or not that was fair or just. Farage also supported scrapping EU discrimination law, noting that the British parliament could easily enact these laws, if necessary, themselves.
For those not keeping count, we have just over 73 days of this lunacy left to endure. And, with the fight now going international, we’re pretty sure it will get worse before it gets better.
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Spot the difference ….
Clinton and Trump are both elite puppets.