Hillary’s New Tactic to Dismiss Email Server Controversy: Laugh It All off as a “Conspiracy Theory”


Remember the “vast, right-wing conspiracy”?

It was Hillary‘s way of defending Bill and combating the multitude of scandal allegations plaguing their stay in the White House, up to and including the Lewinsky scandal about which his lies eventually got him impeached.

Well, Hillary — who just keeps sauntering around the countryside acting like she really thinks she is going to be president no matter what — is playing that tired old tactic again in reference to the email server scandal that will not die.

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When Meet the Press’ Chuck Todd attempted to ask her a question recently, she laughed it off as “another conspiracy theory.”

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It should be noted that the CIA coined the term “conspiracy theory” around 1967 to demonize and attack anyone who dared to challenge the official joke coming out of the establishment as an explanation for JFK’s assassination.

Basically it’s a government propaganda term that starts getting thrown around when the system gets desperate to shut down anyone who dares to question whatever the “official” story is.

Nice to see the phrase is still being used by desperate establishment tools for the same exact reason today.

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