Hillary Told Paper in 2006 U.S. Should Rig Palestine's Election, Editors Suppressed StoryChris Menahan
Oct. 29, 2016
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Hillary Clinton told the editors of the Jewish Press in 2006 the US should rig Palestine's election, but they reportedly suppressed the story believing it could lessen their influence with her "down the road."
On September 5, 2006, Eli Chomsky was an editor and staff writer for the Jewish Press, and Hillary Clinton was running for a shoo-in re-election as a U.S. senator. Her trip making the rounds of editorial boards brought her to Brooklyn to meet the editorial board of the Jewish Press.Here's the audio:
Chomsky's editors suppressed the bombshell story:
“I went to my bosses at the time,” Chomsky told the Observer. “The Jewish Press had this mindset that they would not want to say anything offensive about anybody—even a direct quote from anyone—in a position of influence because they might need them down the road. My bosses didn’t think it was newsworthy at the time. I was convinced that it was and I held onto it all these years.”...And yet the media now says Trump is a wild conspiracy theorist for thinking the US's elections are rigged and the media is working with the Clinton campaign, LOL!
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