Even the greatest of liars and charlatans let the truth slip out occasionally, especially when they are not speaking from their own thoughts, but instead a carefully rehearsed script. Sometimes their own beliefs do spill from their tongues and contradict the planned speech that they had in mind.
That seems to be what happened here, as the programming in Hillary Clinton breaks down and she actually says she is going to raise taxes on the middle class.
Now while she obviously didn’t mean to say this I love how the middle class crowd cheers and Warren Buffet claps his hands with approval.
Posted by Tom Becka FOX 42 on Tuesday, August 2, 2016
The exact quote in this speech is as follows:
Trump wants to cut taxes for the super rich. [booo]. Well we’re not going there my friends, I’m telling you right now, we’re going to write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class!
The most disturbing part of the video is that the crowd, including Warren Buffet sitting behind Hillary as if he’s pulling the strings himself, loudly cheers and claps for Hillary’s statement on raising taxes for middle class America.
I am firmly convinced that even if Hillary Clinton came out and said she is a liar and will crush middle-class America beneath her heels when she’s President, the crowd would erupt with joyous applause. These followers of liberalism show such unwavering support for their masters that they are willing to drag down America and dissolve its border rather than ever admit they are wrong. These are the voters that could determine the future of our country for the next generation, as if Hillary is elected her grip on our system will be so tight that there will never be another chance of the people choosing the country’s leader…unless it’s the leader that both the Republican and Democratic establishment wants.
Some viewers have pointed out that if you listen carefully, it sounds like Hillary says, “we aren’t going to raise taxes…” instead of, “we are going to raise taxes…” Maybe that’s what she meant, but when you’re listening to this speech for the first time, it certainly sounds like a Freudian slip.
Regardless of what Hillary Clinton says to the public, she has no concern for the middle class nor does President Obama. The middle class real wages have hit a 50-year low under Obama’s watch and the real middle class hourly wage has fallen by 10%.
These numbers aren’t looking good for middle class America, and seeing as how Hillary Clinton plans on continuing (as well as accelerating) Obama’s disastrous trade policies such as the TPP (calling it the “Gold Standard” of trade policies), it appears that if elected Clinton will put the nail in the middle-class’s coffin for good.