Full transcript donald trump nyc speech on hillary clinton text video   politico   2016 06 22 13.40.26
Trump Hammers Hillary's "Tired" Message Of Globalism/ Amnesty; MSM Tries To Bury
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June 23, 2016, 09:42 AM
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"She believes she is entitled to the office. Her campaign slogan is 'I’m with her.' You know what my response to that is? I’m with you: the American people." - Donald J. Trump, June 22, 2016
If there's going to be a turning point in the 2016 election, it's going to come soon. Donald Trump is trailing Hillary Clinton, though he's nibbling away at her lead post-Orlando even in the face of shrill and hysterical opposition from the lying press. The press has been heavily spinning a Narrative of a Trump campaign in full collapse, especially after Trump let go his campaign manager.

However, the networks can't help but notice Trump is still very close in critical swing states like Ohio and Pennsylvania. Reporters love to call Trump's campaign a "garbage fire," but that garbage fire still threatens to burn down the entire Democratic Party along with its pet media. If Trump can turn the tide soon, he's in very good shape. The race is still very winnable.

The presumptive GOP nominee took a major step towards regaining the initiative with a blistering attack on Hillary Clinton and what he called her history of corruption.

He alleged the Clintons have a long history of cultivating relationships with foreign nations and donors for their own personal benefit.

But most importantly for patriots, Trump also framed the 2016 election as a confrontation between nationalism and globalism. He stated:

We got here because we switched from a policy of Americanism – focusing on what’s good for America’s middle class – to a policy of globalism, focusing on how to make money for large corporations who can move their wealth and workers to foreign countries all to the detriment of the American worker and the American economy.

We reward companies for offshoring, and we punish companies for doing business in America and keeping our workers employed.

This is not a rising tide that lifts all boats.

This is a wave of globalization that wipes out our middle class and our jobs.

We need to reform our economic system so that, once again, we can all succeed together, and America can become rich again.

That’s what we mean by America First.

Point by point, Trump slammed Hillary's "globalist" agenda on foreign policy, trade, and immigration.
  • "Hillary Clinton supported Bill Clinton’s disastrous NAFTA, just like she supported China’s entrance into the World Trade Organization."
  • "Hillary Clinton’s support for violent regime change in Syria has thrown the country into one of the bloodiest civil wars anyone has ever seen – while giving ISIS a launching pad for terrorism against the West...It all started with her bad judgment in supporting the War in Iraq in the first place."
  • "She has pledged to grant mass amnesty and in her first 100 days, end virtually all immigration enforcement, and thus create totally open borders in the United States. The first victims of her radical policies will be poor African-American and Hispanic workers who need jobs. They are the ones she will hurt the most."
 

(Emphasis added). Trump also slammed the attempt to settle more Muslim refugees and said the uniting theme of his administration will be "America First."

Hard to find anything to disagree with here. So what is the Main Stream Media's reaction? Ignoring the speech.

As of this writing, the Huffington Post is not even covering it, instead running fear-mongering articles that #Brexit would be a victory for racists.

National Review has also not commented as of this writing.

Aware giving Trump any opportunity to speak for himself would risk the MSM losing control of their Narrative, reporters have decided to simply bury Trump under negative coverage.

Patriots will have to take it upon themselves to circulate this remarkable address, which lays out the stakes for 2016 more directly than ever before:

Hillary Clinton’s message is old and tired. Her message is that can’t change.

My message is that things have to change – and this is our one chance do it. This is our last chance to do it.