In an attempt to both pacify Bernie Sanders supporters and reset her failing campaign for the umpteenth time, Hillary Clinton has unveiled a new campaign slogan: ‘Stronger Together.’
Clinton repeated the phrase at least five times during an interview with MSNBC, although she also acknowledged that slogans “come and go.”
“Look, we are stronger together,” she said. “We are stronger together in facing our internal challenges and our external ones.”
“We are stronger together if we work to improve the economy.”
But the slogan comes off as a sick joke; it’s as if Hillary is telling Bernie supporters to quit complaining about her theft of the nomination because they’re “stronger together.”
And it also comes off as a desperate move by a struggling candidate who can’t even generate enthusiasm in her own party, much less counter the surging popularity of Donald Trump.
Plus the slogan ’Stronger Together’ is ironic given that Clinton’s top donor, George Soros, has spent decades funding violent activists behind color revolutions in Eastern Europe, including Ukraine which he took responsibility for.
“Well, I set up a foundation in Ukraine before Ukraine became independent of Russia, and the foundation has been functioning ever since and played an important part in events now,” he told CNN as the country imploded from mass rioting.
The CIA even linked him to a 1987 terrorist bombing in then-Czechoslovakia.
“Soros’s championship of ‘themed revolutions’ through ‘non-violent’ street action has often led Soros-backed groups to commit acts of violence,” Wayne Madsen reported. “This has been seen on the streets of Kiev, Tbilisi, Caracas, Cairo, Sana’a, and Damascus.”
Soros’ organizations were also funding “Black Lives Matter” activists in Ferguson, and once again this is Hillary’s top donor.
So is this what Hillary really means with the phrase ‘Stronger Together?’ A United States torn apart by massive riots she can exploit for political gain?
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