Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private email scandal continues to be a drag on her numbers with the public, with a new ABC News / Washington Post poll out Sunday showing a whopping 72 percent believe she is too willing to bend the rules.
FBI Director James Comey’s criticism of Clinton’s “extremely careless” email practices are a large factor in Clinton’s struggles to win the public’s trust. Although she was not charged with mishandling classified material, the damage to her public image has been significant.
She led Republican rival Donald Trump 47-to-43 percent in their matchup, but that was a steep drop from the 12-point advantage she enjoyed last month. Fifty-eight percent of registered voters in the poll said they were dissatisfied with choosing between Trump and Clinton.
Tragically, three Baton Rouge officers have been gunned down. This corresponds to a false flag issued last week by The Common Sense Show, in which Shreveport and Baton Rouge were mentioned as possible targets for a false flag attack upon police officers.
One week ago today, I published the following email from a nurse in Baton Rouge. I also issued a strong a warning for a possible false flag in Shreveport and expanded the warning to Baton Rouge with the following email and other information sent to The Common Sense Show.
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On Sunday, Turkish authorities arrested the commander of Incirlik airbase General Bekir Ercan Van, putting in question US-led anti-Daesh operations that are launched from the Turkish base, as well as relevancy of storing American nukes there.
Bekir Ercan Van was detained at the base along with a number of lower-ranking officers on suspicion of the complicity in the military coup attempt in the country. The news came amid a large-scale “cleansing” operation aimed at capturing all the coup plotters. By that moment, around 6,000 people have been arrested.
Following the terror attack in Nice, France, CNN was caught labeling a survivor of the attack a “Trump Rampage Survivor.” However, that wasn’t the only subtle clue to come out this week, which would indicate that perhaps CNN is shilling hard for Hillary.
CNN reporter Brianna Keilar was covering one of Hillary’s speeches earlier this week, which focused on the recent high-profile shootings of black men by police. After speaking for a few moments, she mentioned the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, which critics have said was a contributor to the incarceration of black Americans at disproportionate rates, and which was supported by people like the Clintons at the time. That’s when the reporter’s feed was abruptly (and conveniently) cut off.