Newt Gingrich, “Clinton Campaign, Foundation a ‘Giant Criminal Enterprise'”
The Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign are both covering up a “giant criminal enterprise,” Newt Gingrich said Monday night on TV.
The report also showed that from those professions, $382,000 went to Clinton, while only $14,000 went to Trump.
The media dedicated more time to a 2005 tape of Trump making lewd comments about women than they did to the information in the Clinton campaign emails hacked by WikiLeaks, Gingrich added.
“This is a giant criminal enterprise disguised as a foundation and disguised as a campaign,” the former House speaker said pointing to a Center for Public Integrity report that showed 96% of donations from reporters, writers, anchors and others working in journalism went to the Clinton campaign, instead of her GOP rival Donald Trump.
The report also showed that from those professions, $382,000 went to Hillary Clinton, while only $14,000 went to Donald Trump.
The media dedicated more time to a Y 2005 tape of Donald Trump making salty comments about women than they did to the information in the Clinton campaign e-Mails released by WikiLeaks, Gingrich added.
The “elite media” is focused on pro-Clinton propaganda “because these people are not engaged in news.
“They are methodical propagandists for the left, smothering negative information about Hillary and maximizing negative information about Trump in a way that is a huge disservice to the United States of America and to the people of the United States,” Mr. Gingrich said.
The former House speaker slammed the media saying, “Without the unending one-sided assault of the news media, Donald Trump would be beating Hillary by 15 points.”
Defeating Hillary Clinton is of vital interest to our country. If Hillary Clinton wins, she will be the most corrupt, most dishonest person ever to occupy the Oval Office.
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