Hillary Regrets She Wasn’t Able to Rig the Palestinian Elections

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The Democrats insist that there is no election rigging here in the United States and to suggest it is ridiculous. They say this despite the Project Veritas tapes proving Hillary’s team is trying their hardest to rig elections. It is also said despite the fact that Hillary said she regretted she wasn’t able to rig the Palestinian elections while she was running to become a U.S. senator.

“We should have made sure that we did something to determine who was going to win,” Hillary told the Jewish Press in 2006 when she was running for the Senate.

A new tape has been released by the Observer in which Hillary makes a number of stunning statements, including that one.

We know that Barack Obama interfered in the Israeli elections, but did you know Hillary wanted to interfere in a foreign election? This is the woman accusing Russia of interfering in our elections.

“I do not think we should have pushed for an election in the Palestinian territories. I think that was a big mistake,” said Sen. Clinton. “And if we were going to push for an election, then we should have made sure that we did something to determine who was going to win.”

Editor Eli Chomsky recalls being taken aback that “anyone could support the idea—offered by a national political leader, no less—that the U.S. should be in the business of fixing foreign elections.”

The full interview tape is 45 minutes long and contains much that is no longer relevant, but her off-handed remark about elections in areas controlled by the Palestinian Authority is now relevant amid persistent accusations in the presidential campaign by Clinton’s Republican opponent Donald Trump that the current election is “rigged.”

He’s being mocked for it despite all the evidence he is right.

During the same interview, Clinton also drew moral equivalency with this next statement.

“Regarding capturing combatants in war—the June capture of IDF soldier Gilad Shalit by Hamas militants who came across the Gaza border via an underground tunnel was very much front of mind—Clinton can be heard on the tape saying, “And then, when, you know, Hamas, you know, sent the terrorists, you know, through the tunnel into Israel that killed and captured, you know, kidnapped the young Israeli soldier, you know, there’s a sense of like, one-upsmanship, and in these cultures of, you know, well, if they captured a soldier, we’ve got to capture a soldier.”

Equating Hamas, which to this day remains on the State Department’s official list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations, with the armed forces of a close American ally was not what many expected to hear in the Jewish Press editorial offices, the Observer reported.

She also makes a stunning statement on the tape about Syria and Russia which, in light of her accusations against Trump being too friendly with Putin, it takes on a new light. She strongly advocates for continuing discussions with Russia no matter what.

Unconditional support by 70% of American Jews might not be warranted in Clinton’s case.

In this Wikileaks email 34734, Clinton’s close adviser Neera Tandan finds Israel is “depressing” and the “wing nuts” are “ruthless”.

The email is from the president of the Soros-funded Center for American Progress to John Podesta.

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Whose side is Hillary on and what is she saying that can be believed? Maybe we should ask Socialist George Soros who is the one person she is consistently loyal to.

 

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