(Production shoot from the Nike Prefontaine sound stage in Beaverton, Oregon) Cue Bo Jackson from stage left, and Hillary from stage right, to a jazzy brassy tune with a sassy saxophone. Hillary- “Bo knows baseball.” Bo- “Hillary knows propaganda.” The pair walk toward each other for a center stage meeting. Hillary- “Bo knows football.” Bo-“Hillary knows propaganda.” The characters are now side by side. Hillary- “Bo knows Diddley.” Abrupt end to music with record scratch sound. Bo pauses with a wrinkled brow. Bo-“At least I know something.” The saxophone blares in the background. Announcer- “Nike, for those who know.”
Once again the self-appointed tyrannical monarch of the family empire, just cannot manage to avoid the lowest common denominator allure of the mainstream media by making outrageous claims, even though the cumulative assets at the Clinton Foundation and offshore accounts threaten to burst through the vault with a billion dollar storm aided by tax-free loopholes.
According the The Hill, Hillary has officially redefined the concept of propaganda to include the content broadcast from Fox News and the television and radio stations within the media conglomerate of Sinclair Broadcasting. Clinton appropriately chose to delve into politics during an acceptance speech at Harvard, for the Radcliffe medal for leadership and human rights.
“…these should alarm us all, whether we’re Republicans, Democrats, independents, vegetarians, whoever we might be.” (…interesting inclusion of the vegetarian lobby in the political grouping.)
What is more disconcerting, the fact that Hillary failed to call out the entire mainstream media, including social networks for perpetuating an aggressive bias, or why historically esteemed institutions continue to pander to her ego and bank account with empty ceremonious gestures, even though there exists an abundance of more deserving individuals representing the entire spectrum of perspectives?
Some people just can’t let go, and it hinders innovation and establishing framework for the near future of society, as the obsessive and pathological pursuit of the past is a waste of valuable resources, time and energy.
Read The Hill story here and Clinton’s outlandish quotes