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Clintons Caught On Camera Flying Commercial, Reading Book About Child Sex Crimes

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Bill and Hillary Clinton have gone from Air Force one to Air Force none. This weekend, the former US president and failed presidential candidate were spotted together at the Delta terminal at Reagan International Airport in Washington, DC as they were preparing to board a commercial flight to LaGuardia Airport in New York.

It is unknown why Bill and Hillary were flying commercial, but the video of the Clintons on a commercial flight quickly went viral on social media and created a lot of buzz as to why the elite political family chose to fly among average Americans and “deplorables” instead of chartering a private plane as they usually do.

Two separate videos of the Clintons were posted by unknown passengers. The first video was filmed near the ticket counter at the Delta terminal at gate 20 in Washington DC. In the video, Hillary can be seen standing in the corner with two men, avoiding all possible interaction with other passengers, while Bill is standing next to the ticket counter taking a selfie with a young boy.

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In the second video, which appears to be filmed by a different passenger, Bill and Hillary Clinton can be seen sitting in their seats on a commercial flight without any security detail. Hillary is wearing sunglasses on the plane avoiding eye contact with passengers, while Bill can be seen ready a copy of “Crimson Lake”, a book about the sexual assault and abduction of an underage girl.

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Bill’s choice of literature quickly caught the attention of people on social media who quickly drew a connection between the plot of the book and Bill Clinton’s association with registered sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein, who often travels with the Clinton’s on his private plane.

Besides being tied to a registered child sex predator and other accused sexual predators such as Anthony Weiner, Kevin Spacey, and Harvey Weinstein, Bill Clinton himself has always been surrounded in controversy regarding the numerous women who have accused the former US president of sexual assault and rape, which spurred the creation of the “Bill Clinton Is A Rapist” movement during the 2016 presidential campaign.

People took the Internet to speculate as to why Bill and Hillary, who are multi-millionaires, would choose to fly commercial, and without Secret Service, given that they are both under political scrutiny and constantly surrounded in political controversy.

Given that the Clintons are known to fly on private planes, many social media users asked whether or not the Clintons assets have been frozen, which may be a reason why they publicly downgraded their travel accommodations.

Despite being two of the most despised and recognizable individuals in American politics, it doesn’t appear that the Clintons were publicly confronted or questioned by any of the passengers at the airport, or on the plane.

 

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SAD: George Soros Names President Obama His “Greatest Disappointment”

He praised John McCain, though.

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Billionaire left-wing mega-donor George Soros stated that former President Barack Obama was his “greatest disappointment” during an interview with the New York Times. The wide-ranging interview was largely based on his understanding that he’s losing big in the Trump era. Soros also used his time to praise Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), affirming his commitment to promoting bipartisanship.

His harsh statements about Barack Obama was based on around his belief that the former President “closed the door” on him after getting into office. Soros said he had great hopes that Obama would consult him on economic and financial issues, but that the President was more inclined to “woo his opponents” while taking his supporters for granted. Soros was a major supporter of Obama, giving millions to support his candidacy.

In the interview, the billionaire recalled the post-election phone call where Obama thanked him for his support, stating that it “was meant to last for five minutes,” but that he “dragged it out to eight minutes.”  That call was likely the moment that Soros realized that Obama only cares about himself, seeing him as nothing more than a tool to gain power.

But while much of Soros’ time was used to express his disappointment in Obama, he did have positive words to say about Sen. John McCain. He stated that he feels that the Republican party should reform itself and become more moderate, clearly seeing people like McCain as a positive influence towards that goal.

Soros also praised other moderate Republicans, specifically citing Sens. Lisa Murkoski (R-AK) and Susan Collins (R-ME). He even went so far as to state that he would be inclined to give them financial support before backing away from that statement, saying that his donation “would hurt them.”

George Soros is perhaps the most influential political donor on the left. Recently he spent millions of dollars to support Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential run, and has since then funded numerous “resistance” groups designed to stop President Donald Trump from implementing his agenda.

As for his future plans at the Presidential level, he was unsure what he would do, declining to say if he would back Bernie Sanders (I-VT) if he were to run. The only thing he made clear is that going forward, he will most likely become less influential to Democrats, stating: “I don’t particularly want to be a Democrat.”

 

 

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