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2016 Hillary For President Campaign Has Begun

October 6, 2013


America got fooled into voting for the first black President as the world's savior - not once but twice. Now they're being fooled into voting for the first woman President in 2016 as the world's savior - and the NWO media monopolists have already begun her election campaign.

NBC, which is owned by the Comcast corporation, is producing a four-hour "propoganda" miniseries on the career of former senator, First Lady, and Secretary of Hate Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The announcement of the miniseries has sparked criticism. “I expect [NBC’s biopic] to cast her as a heroic, pioneering figure,” said Tim Graham, director of media analysis at the Media Research Center.


CNN has just announced that it will produce its own documentary film on Clinton, produced by the Arlook Group and Temple Hill Entertainment.

“The irony here is that the Citizens United [vs. FEC Supreme Court] case was spurred by the fact that David Bossie couldn’t get an anti-Hillary Clinton film (Hillary: The Movie) into theaters and was trying to place it on pay-per-view,” Graham said.

David Bossie, president of Citizens United and executive producer of Hillary: The Movie, says, “I fully support NBC’s efforts to make films on political leaders in America. I think it’s a fine thing to do. I just think it’s a fine thing for me to do too.”


Bossie, Graham, and others pointed out that five years after Citizens United, a conservative nonprofit group, was barred from airing its anti-Clinton documentary Hillary: The Movie, other corporations, some of which are tied to the Democratic Party, are bankrolling projects that promote Hillary, their Democratic superstar.

“I doubt that any of the liberal critics of the Citizens United decision will be out protesting that NBC has made a miniseries glorifying Hillary Clinton,” said Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation and former Federal Election Commission attorney.

“That prior documentary violated the federal campaign finance laws that the Supreme Court found unconstitutional,” von Spakovsky said. “But that case paved the way for NBC to make this miniseries, which is a thinly disguised attempt to help her in a 2016 presidential run.”

“Any system that attempts to censor some speakers, while giving others a favored position as ‘the press,’ necessarily requires a government agency to decide who is in the privileged class and who is not,” explains Bradley Smith, a former FEC commissioner and law professor at Capital University School of Law. “That looks a lot like a press licensing board.”

“Moreover,” he added, “as the technology spreads allowing for live webcasts to take the place of radio, for blogs to complement newspapers (and for newspapers to start blogs), for self-published books to bypass traditional publishers, and for inexpensive movies to be made at home or in small studios and distributed cheaply on DVDs or through YouTube or other online sites, government selection of who gets to speak will become more and more arbitrary and, therefore, more and more political.”

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