See What Hillary Said In Paid Speeches… No Wonder She Didn’t Want This Out!
We all know that Hillary Clinton pretends to play tough when it comes to the filthy rich on Wall Street, but many have been left wondering what she’s actually like in their midst. Unfortunately for her, what she said during three paid speeches, for which she raked in hundreds-of-thousands of dollars, has been most recently exposed — and it’s no wonder she’s been fighting so hard to keep it under wraps.
We’ve heard it a hundred times at this point, as Hillary has boasted, “No one will regulate Wall Street more strictly than [me].” Of course, the newest liberal plan is to give “free” money to so-called “poor” Americans, and what better way is there to fund such a notion, than to take it from the filthy rich?
Now, most common sense thinkers can see the glaring problem with this idea, but that isn’t stopping Hillary from making promises almost in an unofficial bribe capacity, as she basically says, “Vote for me and I’ll give you money later.” However, a great many people are curious about the real woman behind the curtain and want to know what she says behind closed doors.
Among those incidents that are raising questions are the three speeches she gave in front of Goldman Sachs executives, which resulted in her being paid a staggering $675,000. Although she’d have you believe it was the usual, mundane money talk, not everyone is so convinced – and her reluctance to release the transcripts are further solidifying people’s suspicions.
However, it seems that a bit of light has been shed on the matter as an unidentified person who watched the event has offered their recollection of the Hillary’s speech. “It was pretty glowing about us,” they said. “It’s so far from what she sounds like as a candidate now. It was like a rah-rah speech. She sounded more like a Goldman Sachs managing director.”
In other words, rather than chewing out some of the super-rich financial manipulators, who were partly responsible for the 2008 recession, she gave them a pat on the back. After all, what else are you going to do when someone wants to hand you over half-a-million bucks? More