The campaign website of Hillary Rodham Clinton fails to list the presidential hopeful’s viewpoints, despite every other candidate disclosing their stance on a multitude of issues.
Thus far, the former secretary of state’s website shows just three sections, two of which focus on campaign volunteering opportunities.
In contrast, a glance at Rand Paul’s site reveals a clear and concise drop down menu with 17 domestic and international issues listed.
Clinton labeled herself a “champion of small-business” during a short stop in Iowa this week, “laying out only broad strokes of her policy agenda” according to Politico.
Addressing the issue recently, Clinton stated that she wanted to hear from Americans on the “front lines” before rolling out her policies.
Many, including media pioneer Matt Drudge, have noted Clinton’s transparent attempt to align herself with popular opinion as opposed to revealing her actual beliefs.
Hillary using GOOGLE data for policy positions, reactions. Will never be out of step from most popular sentiment. DON’T UNDERESTIMATE…
— MATT DRUDGE (@DRUDGE) April 16, 2015
Attempts by Clinton to appear like an “everyday American” have been crippled by not only the facts of her political career, but by the funding she has received throughout her tenure in government.
While stating that “The deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top,” Clinton’s history shows a clear tie to corporate insiders, Wall Street titans and transnational banks.
“Out of the top 20 contributors to Hillary in 2008, six were banks – JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and crucially Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs – two of the institutions directly implicated in the 2008 financial crash which left millions of Americans financially destitute,” notes Infowars Paul Joseph Watson.
Clinton’s foundation has also accepted at least $10 million from Saudi Arabia, a country with a brutal track record on women’s rights.
Clinton supporters in the media, struggling to maintain the candidate’s tattered image, have labeled all opposition to Clinton as “sexist” in a desperate attempt to keep actual issues from being discussed.
Even Clinton herself has placed a tight leash on the Americans she claims to represent, having “cellphones and cameras confiscated” from attendees at campaign stops.
A recent MSNBC poll found that 86 percent of the station’s viewers had no plans to vote for Clinton in the 2016 election.