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Obama (And Apparently Google) Endorse Hillary

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Even though Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have not yet been officially proclaimed the Republican and the Democratic nominees for the 2016 general election, the campaigns have commenced and the endorsements have started pouring in.

Politicians, celebrities, major political figures – everyone is putting in their two cents and telling is who they would like to see named the President of the United States of America.

The ultimate goal of every endorsement is the same, to increase the chances of the endorsed nominee winning the election. And there is nothing wrong with this. This is perfectly fine. That is how American politics have worked for centuries.

That being said, Hillary  received two endorsements over the course of this past week and neither of them seem 100 percent clean, if you ask us.. Or anyone else who hasn’t been brainwashed by the Obama administration and the whole Machinery of the Left these last 8 years.

The first of these is the endorsement by President Barack Obama.

It is everything you would expect from the worst president in the history of this United States. It is yet another 3 minutes of that annoying smirk and a crescendo of meticulously-calculated opinions aimed at the fans of Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, and other “political experts”.

He says, among other things, that he knows how difficult the job of POTUS can be and that is why he knows that Hillary will be so good at it.

These are his actual words.  But it gets even more ridiculous.

He says, and we quote:

“In fact, I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.”

We are not kidding you. These are the words that came out Obama’s mouth.

He believes that Hillary Clinton is the most qualified person ever for the position of the President of the United States. For one, he is spitting in the face of so many great presidents we have had over the years (and we are including a few Democrats here as well). More than that, he is saying that she is a better choice for President than he was.

Which, in some weird way, might actually be true.

You can watch it here if you have the stomach for it.

It’s just scary.

Now, before anything else, we should point out that an endorsement from the current president is nothing strange. This has been going on since forever. The president in power has every right to endorse a candidate.

They should not, however, do this when this candidate may be facing criminal charges by the FBI. When the current president does this, he tells the FBI and everyone else involved in the inquiry and the potential investigation where he stands.

Those people should not be worried about their jobs or what the president thinks. They should do their job and protect their country.

And it was actually none other than White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest who hinted that it might actually develop into a criminal investigation, as is discussed in this great article from Red State.

Believe it or not, the second endorsement is even scarier. Yes, we live in such an age where someone has greater power than the president.

We are talking about Google.

Namely, as you can see in this video from SourceFed, Google has for months been manipulating search recommendations in order to paint Hillary in a more favorable light.

As you will see in the video, Google has artificially altered its search recommendations so as not to suggest that Hillary is the subject of a criminal investigation or that she might be indicted.

When similar negative searches are initiated for Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump, Google shows no reservations about suggesting those searches.

We live in a world that is governed by the internet and people are forming their decisions based on what they learn online. To have something like this happen and happen so brazenly is manipulation of biblical proportions.

This is tantamount to having newspapers and television run only positive stuff on one candidate and negative on the other.

Oh, wait…

 

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