Busted! Annotated video shows how Hillary signaled moderator to “throw it back to her” in rigged Sept. 26 debate
A video analysis (which was already censored on Youtube, citing a copyright claim by [Merlin] SC Distribution) demonstrates how Hillary Clinton — whose answers were so well-rehearsed and practiced that it almost appeared she knew Monday night’s questions in advance — signaled her tag-team partner, Mainstream Media debate “moderator” Lester Holt, whenever she wanted the “moderator” to throw a question directly to her for a “zinger” comeback instead of changing the subject:
Meantime, is the last election cycle during which Americans will have a (mostly) free Internet through which to discover and report such scams?
Center for Security Policy president and founder Frank Gaffney explains how Congress has only two more days to intervene before Barack Obama plans to turn over control of the Internet to an “international” body, ceding any American veto power over the kind of restrictions that despotic nations like Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, and Iran would like to impose:
Excerpt: “What they’re preparing to do is to cede, or surrender, the last vestige of American control, or even influence, over what is done with critical functions of the Internet. It gets pretty arcane, but the point is, if you think that the freedom of the Internet -– whether it’s the ability of people to communicate freely information on it, or whether you think of it as an engine for free enterprise, let alone if you understand the contribution that it makes these days to national security -– including, by the way, the operations of our critical infrastructure -– you will understand that the United States retaining a measure of quality control as to what’s going on with how the Internet is populated with names and numbers, domains, websites and the like, is a very important thing.
“And for absolutely no good reason,” Mr. Gaffney copntinues, “other than people -– or countries, I should say, like Russia, and China, and Saudi Arabia, and Iran, and North Korea -– don’t want us to have any say in this and would like to be able to change things around so that they cannot only restrict all the things the Internet does to help their own people become familiar with the terrible they’re being subjected to, at the hands of their totalitarian or authoritarian regimes, but they want to take those freedoms -– freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of enterprise -– away from us, as well.
“So this is what it comes down to, Alex: there’s no good reason for doing this, certainly not in the next three days, which is what’s going to happen unless Congress intervenes.”
More from Frank Gaffney, including “See No Sharia: FBI Releases Censored Transcript of Orlando Jihadi’s Islamic State Pledge”; “Hillary Clinton’s Muslim Brotherhood Problem”, and “The Love of Freedom Is Not ‘Hate'”, here: http://www.breitbart.com/author/fgaffney/