Jill Stein actually believes her own spin


After listening to this craziness, I sure hope everyone who voted for her has the grace to be embarrassed:
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein attempted a frantic defense Sunday afternoon over reports that Russian hackers worked to promote her campaign in an effort to defeat Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Speaking with MSNBC’s Alex Witt, the two-time nominee at times shouted over the host, after deflecting questions about Russian involvement in her campaign, saying she knew of only one post on her Facebook page out of “trillions” posted on the social media site.

As Witt attempted to ask the candidate if she was aware of Russian’s helping her campaign, Stein talked over the host, complaining that they should be discussing the “$6 billion dollars” in free advertising the networks gave to then-candidate Donald Trump.

“No, we were not aware,” Stein exclaimed. “Let me say we were aware of other kinds of interference. For example, we know that $6 billion in free air time was given to Donald Trump by the big networks. Six billion, this was twice as much as Hillary Clinton’s campaign and four times as much as Bernie Sanders’ campaign and way more than the independent candidates.”

“But it is not Russian interference, and I am proud to say that we had you on our broadcast several times and I had you on in person,” Witt reminded the former candidate.

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  1. “The Chef,” Yevgeniy Priozhin, is to Putin what Eric Prince and Blackwater or X or whatever Prince is calling his mercenary army these days, was to Bush, Obama and Trump.

    As for Stein and everybody else.

    “Without knowing the force of words it is impossible to know human beings.” Confucius, 500 BC.

    “Propaganda must be so popular and on such an intellectual level that even the most stupid will understand it……It should be limited to a very few points which, in turn, should be used as slogans until the very last person can get the message.” Mein Kampf, 1933.

    Trump, FOX and right wing radio have all clearly followed Hitler’s advice.

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