#ScamWithHer: Miley Cyrus Dorm Visit Campaigning For Hillary Was A Staged HoaxChris Menahan
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Miley Cyrus's visit to George Mason University just weeks ago was a staged hoax.
Every door she knocked on was agreed to in advance, and every student she talked to was pre-selected.
As Breitbart reports:
Pop star Miley Cyrus's visit to George Mason University last month to knock on students' dorm room doors in a get-out-the-vote effort for Hillary Clinton probably didn't come as much of a shock to the students with whom she spoke, because each of the students was selected to participate in advance -- and some at the school are upset at what they say was a "staged" photo opportunity for Clinton-supporting fans of the singer.
In response to a parent who wrote to express her concern for her daughter's safety in the dormitory during the event, Dr. Thomas Hardy, Assistant Dean for University Life and and Chief Housing Officer at George Mason, said that Cyrus was allowed to visit the dormitory because she was a "guest" of one of the building's residents.This is straight out of Wikileaks. Hillary Clinton's campaign was exposed -- just one day after Miley's staged visit -- for having plotted to use celebrities to con young people into voting for her.
Outside of Hollywood hacks like Louis CK who wants a "mom" to "feed" and take care of him, Hillary Clinton has no actual grassroots support.
Her campaign, much like herself, resembles a reanimated corpse, propped up purely by the lying media and Hollywood elite.
Donald Trump on the other hand has the most dedicated supporters backing him since the Revolutionary War.
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