Religious beliefs ‘have to be changed’? New video highlights Hillary’s abortion extremism

Religious beliefs ‘have to be changed’? New video highlights Hillary’s abortion extremism

[Will her “Pope Francis Catholic” running-mate help her?]

August 8, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – A new video released today by American Values Action highlights an issue on which the media has been mostly silent – Hillary Clinton’s abortion extremism as seen in her own words. AVA Senior Fellow Dr. Charmaine Yoest noted a profound difference between the Democratic nominee for president and Republican Donald Trump on the life issue.

“The reality is that Hillary Clinton supports abortion through all nine months of pregnancy up to the moments before birth,” said Yoest. “While the media is busy taking a joke Donald Trump made at a rally over a crying baby into national news, they are avoiding any reporting on Hillary Clinton’s abortion extremism. Hillary Clinton’s stance in favor of abortion rights is well known, but less well-known is just how extreme and unlimited her advocacy of abortion is. American Values Action is releasing a video today to make it easy to quickly educate on her record of promoting unfettered abortion – a position she has held over her entire lifetime.”

The approximately one-minute video highlights four issues: Clinton’s belief in expanding taxpayer funding for abortion; her stunning statement that “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs have to be changed;” her assertion that unborn babies have no constitutional rights whatsoever; and her repeated commitment to appoint only pro-abortion judges to the Supreme Court.

“Make no mistake: when Hillary Clinton says religious beliefs have to be changed — she means mainstream American voter’s deeply held religious beliefs, not hers,” said Yoest. “On the issue of life and the kind of justices who will be appointed to the Supreme Court, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are directly opposite. This will be a mobilizing issue as more religious voters are educated about her record of abortion extremism.”

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4 comments on “Religious beliefs ‘have to be changed’? New video highlights Hillary’s abortion extremism

  1. We bitter clingers need updating. Same message we get from Francis.

    Fortunately, it looks like HRC might not physically make it to the finish line, if reports are correct:

    It appears that HRC has a “handler” who is at her side to catch and calm her, and possibly to dose her with valium when she has an episode. This is the first time I’ve ever felt sorry for her because it looks like she has a serious health condition that could leave her disabled if she doesn’t get proper treatment — and campaigning is the exact opposite of what she needs. The scary part, as if HRC isn’t scary enough, is that we won’t know who is making decisions when she is wigged out on valium in the White House.

    She had another brain freeze today:

    • The mainstream media are picking up the story of Hillary’s health and noting previous presidential candidates’ health coverups; for example:

      Hillary’s falls recall the health questions JFK tried to dodge

      [JFK in his Boston rocker to help relieve the Addison’s disease pain along with a regimen of pills and other painkillers – a situation exacerbated by his many sexual affairs]

      By Wesley Pruden, editor-in-chief emeritus – The Washington Times – Monday, August 8, 2016


      The health of a prospective president is one of the most important issues of any campaign, but whether to ask hard questions about a candidate is usually a matter of whose prospective president, and whose health. When the prospective president is a Democrat, the media only sends candy, flowers and best wishes.

      Ours is a curious campaign, and the precedents set in the coverage of it are dark and dangerous because they’re likely to be long-lasting. Objectivity, honored if sometimes only in the breach for more than a century, is regarded this year as no longer necessary because “going after Donald Trump” is not only legitimate, but morally righteous.

      If you’re a reporter or pundit and believe that Mr. Trump is evil, or at least bad, “you have to throw out the textbook American journalism has been using for the better part of the past half-century, if not longer, and approach it in a way you’ve never approached anything in your career,” Jim Rutenberg, the “mediator” at The New York Times, wrote Monday. “If you view a Trump presidency as something that’s potentially dangerous, then your reporting is going to reflect that.”

      Thus partisan opinion officially becomes fact, the only “news” that’s fit to print. It was a moment to mourn objectivity, which newspapers have held high for what seems like forever. RIP.

      The latest contretemps is over the health of Hillary Clinton, and whether there should be any discussion of it, and if so, how, and who should do the discussing. Her stumbling, fainting, severe coughing and moments of odd behavior on the campaign have been much talked about by the reporters following her, but this knowledge was veiled in a discreet silence, until now.

      The Drudge Report, which everybody on the bus reads as an early take on the news of the world, led Monday with an inventory of her health missteps and photographs of her being helped up the steps of a private house, held up by several aides. The clearly intended question posed is whether the Democratic nominee is ailing, and if so, how. Carol Costello, a news hostess on CNN, observed that the Drudge item had been up all weekend and asked a Trump aide: “Will Donald Trump go there?”

      The question would once have been bizarre for a journalist, even a television journalist. The question would have been, would reporters go there? And if not, why not? “Going there” is what a reporter is paid to do, to see whether there’s a story there, and if not, to say so — loud and clear. Instead Mzz Costello, who is neither a physician nor has she examined Hillary Clinton’s health, acknowledged the health episodes, but assured her viewers: “She has totally recovered.” She did not say how she knows that.

      The Drudge Report cited four health episodes over the years Hillary has campaigned for president: needing assistance climbing stairs this year, a blood clot on the brain in 2012, a fall while boarding an airplane in 2011 and a fall on her way to the White House in 2009. One of the accompanying photographs, by Reuters, shows her losing her balance while touring a substance abuse center in Charleston, S.C.

      None of the incidents, taken as single episodes, appears to a layman’s eye to be a symptom of something to take her out of the campaign, and if, as “Dr.” Costello of CNN says, “she has totally recovered,” we can all be glad of that, and wish her good health, if not too much happiness on the way to November 8.

      But the incident, and the media anger at having been caught out not doing its job, should be a caution for correspondents, editors and others in the media. We’ve been here before.
      John F. Kennedy was asked by Lyndon B. Johnson in 1960 whether he suffered from Addison’s disease, a debilitating malfunction of the adrenal glands. The glands produce key regulatory hormones, and if the hormones cannot be sufficiently replaced by synthetics, wasting and death nearly always follow.

      JFK denied it all, declaring that he was “the healthiest candidate for president in the country,” a sly dig at LBJ, who had suffered a severe heart attack five years earlier. Robert F. Kennedy declared that his brother “does not now nor has he ever had an ailment described classically as Addison’s disease.” It was a clever dodge. He knew that the disease had been first identified by one Dr. Thomas Addison in 1855, who said the disease was caused by tuberculosis. JFK never had tuberculosis, but an autopsy performed 13 years later, after the assassination, revealed that Addison’s disease had destroyed his adrenal glands.

      Drugs can control many diseases, but lies cannot. This is a hard lesson that politicians learn only with stubborn difficulty.

    • [And more]

      Non Sequitur – Julian Assange Implies DNC/Hillary Had DNC Staffer Killed

      August 10, 2016
      Posted by Tantumblogo

      He does a bit more than imply – he hints very strongly that Seth Rich, a 25 year old DNC staffer that was killed in what has been called a botched robbery (shot in the back, though nothing was taken from him – watch, wallet, high-end smart phone – all were left) was killed for being the Wikileaks informant who provided tens of thousands of Hillary’s professional e-mails, lifted from her unsecure server. This is the same server that was the subject of a lengthy FBI investigation, that, incredibly, concluded that although Hillary had indeed placed numerous classified documents, including TS/SCI info on HUMINT assets, on a totally unclassified and almost certainly hacked server, “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring charges against her.

      Which came as something of a shock to millions of current and former holders of security clearances, who knew they would be prosecuted for violations far, far less serious than Hillary’s. It also is something of a surprise to those currently being prosecuted for things as prosaic as having a few pictures of a nuclear submarine’s reactor on their phone – even though the images were never sent anywhere.

      But we all know, there is one standard for the political elite, especially those with a (D) after their name, and one for the rest of us. If the rule of law doesn’t apply to a few, however, very soon, we’ll be down to will to power and rule by decree. Which is something many already see in the current administration, and fear the totally unscrupulous, power-mad Hillary will take to an entirely new and terrifying level.

      So, yes, I understand totally why so many of you feel so strongly about this woman and her being elected president. It must be noted, this is hardly the first murder allegation that has surfaced potentially involving Hillary, wherever she has gone, it seems some very nasty business is rarely far behind:

      On July 8, 2016, 27 year-old Democratic staffer Seth Conrad Rich was murdered in Washington DC. The killer or killers took nothing from their victim, leaving behind his wallet, watch and phone.

      Shortly after the killing, Redditors and social media users were pursuing a “lead” saying that Rich was en route to the FBI the morning of his murder, apparently intending to speak to special agents about an “ongoing court case” possibly involving the Clinton family.

      Seth Rich’s father Joel told reporters, “If it was a robbery — it failed because he still has his watch, he still has his money — he still has his credit cards, still had his phone so it was a wasted effort except we lost a life.”

      Now Assange’s claim:

      It should also be noted, however, that Assange is hardly a man of great scruples and moral conduct. He seems to love the spotlight, and stirring the pot, more than any real dedication to the truth.

      In reality, in spite of odd and suspicious circumstances surrounding this murder, I’m disinclined to believe Hillary or anyone else at the DNC had anything to do with it. The Reddit “lead” cited above is nothing but internet speculation, much of it already debunked. That doesn’t change the fact that Hillary is beyond corrupt and committed countless felonies holding deeply classified materials on an unsecured server (some of that material is never allowed on any computer source, ever) simply because she wanted the ability to erase the records of her self-serving, corrupt dealings with various governments, the evidence of which is totally irrefutable.

      But if you want to believe Hillary is complicit in murder, whether it be Vince Foster or Seth Rich’s, I’m certainly not going to argue with you.

      And what’s up with the “seizures” and the Secret Service flunky carrying around an emergency Diazepam dispenser? Or is that simply a sign of demonic possession?

      • … the Secret Service flunky carrying around an emergency Diazepam dispenser

        It was a flashlight, not a dispenser. I don’t think that changes the issue of him being a handler or coach.

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