Wikileaks has revealed yet more emails from the hacked account of Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta, and just when you thought you’ve seen everything, another shocking revelation is made.
In an email exchange that pretty much confirms what the “alt right conspiracy theorists” have been saying for years, the Democrats seem to want to villainize the “white male” while suppressing the facts regarding terror in the United States and abroad.
The San Bernardino shooting that claimed the lives of 14 people in December of 2015 was perpetrated by a man named Sayed Farouk and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, who was born in Pakistan and used a fraudulent address on her application when immigrating the United States.
Shortly after the shooting in San Bernardino, reporters began to release the names of the shooters involved, and the first name to be released was Sayed Farouk, as reported in a tweet by NBC reporter Christopher Hayes.
Apparently John Podesta was holding his breath, hoping for the shooters to have traditional American names and be average citizens, rather than radical Islamic terrorists, which would only hurt the Clinton campaign’s calls for increased immigration from war torn areas of the Middle East.
The original email was sent by Matt Ortega, the Director of Analytics Tech for the Clinton campaign, informing colleagues of the San Bernardino shooter’s name, as tweeted by reporter Christopher Hayes. The email was then forwarded to John Podesta by Karen Finney, a political spokesperson and consultant for the Clinton campaign.
Kinney’s only respond to the release of the shooter’s name was, “Damn”, indicating she was praying for an American name to be attached to this gruesome act of terror.
The link to this email on Wikileaks can be found here.
Re: Tweet | NBC reports a shooter’s name
From:firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com
Date: 2015-12-03 01:05
Subject: Re: Tweet | NBC reports a shooter’s name
Better if a guy named Sayeed Farouk was reporting that a guy named Christopher Hayes was the shooter.
On Wednesday, December 2, 2015, Karen Finney
> > Sent from my iPhone > >
Begin forwarded message:
> *From:* Matt Ortega <firstname.lastname@example.org
> *Date:* December 2, 2015 at 9:17:26 PM EST
*Subject:* *Tweet | NBC reports a shooter’s name*
> *Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes
> 12/2/15, 9:16 PM
> NBC News now reporting a US citizen named Sayeed Farouk believed to be one > of the people involved in the shooting.
> Download <https://twitter.com/download?ref_src=MailTweet-iOS> the Twitter > app
> Sent from my iPhone >
John Podesta replies to Karen’s email by saying, “Better if a guy named Sayed Farouk was reporting that a guy named Christopher Hayes was the shooter“, meaning that he wishes the names were reversed. So the Clinton campaign hopes for a day when those with Middle Eastern names will be reporting on Americans randomly committing mass shootings in the United States? I would certainly appear that way from his response.
Rather than face reality, or even express shock over the brutal slaying of American citizens in the name of radical Islamic terrorism, Podesta can only lament that the shooter was not a white male with an average American name.
After reading an email like this, that was touched by multiple high ranking staff members of the Clinton campaign, you start to get the impression that what many conservatives have been saying about the Democrats is 100% correct. They don’t so much care about the lose of life at the hands of extremists in our country, but rather the optics of the event and how they can use it to their political advantage.
A truly sickening, and sobering, display of callousness on the part of the Clinton campaign.
In addition to the cold nature of the email, expressing no concern for the victims or tragedy itself, the Clinton staffers show that they primary concern will always be politics, not the preservation of human life.
I can only imagine their reaction if a conservative, white male were to go on a shooting rampage. The email would probably take on a celebratory mood, as the Clinton staff would be rejoicing in the opportunity to villainize a large portion of conservatives in America with an “I told you so” public message. They would be rallying the press to make an coordinated attack on Republicans, and probably blaming Donald Trump in some way, while taking advantage of an opportunity to promote Hillary’s reckless immigration policies.
This email should be reported on every major news station across the country for its shocking implications, but unfortunately you’re more likely to hear about baseless accusations regarding Donald Trump, which makes alternative media all the more important.
In the words of the Democratic Chicago Mayor, Rahm Emanuel, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”