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Microsoft Fraud is Hillary Clinton Bush Fraud

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By Tom Heneghan, International Intelligence Expert

UNITED States of America   –   It can now be reported that Bill Gates owned Microsoft used NSA “bing” technology to STEAL the Iowa caucus on behalf of neocon NAZI, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodenhurst Clinton.

Microsoft and CNN network called the election for Hillary in Iowa before the actual votes in Iowa were tabulated.

Note: This NSA “bing” technology is the same NSA technology that was used by George W. BushFRAUD to blatantly STEAL the year 2000 presidential election from DULY ELECTEDnatural born President Albert Gore Jr. of Carthage, Tennessee reference a coup d’ ‘etat against the American People.

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P.S. At this hour the American Revolutionary Council has declared financial terrorist NAZI Jew George Soros as an enemy combatant aka a DIRECT ENEMY of the American People and their Constitution of the United States.

Soros recently gave $8 MILLION to Bush-Crime Family Syndicate stooge NAZI neocon Hillary Rodenhurst Clinton PAC.

Stay tuned. EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED!


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Monsanto, Bill Gates Foundation among top donors to Clinton Foundation slush fund

Wednesday, August 19, 2015
 by J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton continues to fall under increased scrutiny over some questionable donations and other activities surrounding her family’s charitable foundation, including ties to Big Pharma vaccine pushers and the world’s largest producer of genetically modified foods and seeds.

Monsanto, along with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, are just two of 181 corporations and other interests who donated to the Clinton Foundation while she was secretary of state.

According to donation records, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – which funds global vaccine distribution – has donated at least $26 million to the Clinton charity, though records appear to be incomplete so the amount could be higher.

Full of hypocrisy and questionable dealings

Monsanto, meanwhile, gave between $500,000 and $1 million. For her part, Hillary Clinton has voiced support for GMO foods in the past.

“I stand in favor of using seeds and products that have a proven track record,” she said at the 2014 BIO Convention, adding that biotech professionals need to continue to try to make the case for GMO skeptics. “There is a big gap between what the facts are, and what the perceptions are.”

There are a host of other questions and issues surrounding the Clinton Family Foundation and its ties to Hillary’s State Department:

Russian uranium deal: According to a lengthy report by The New York Times, Russia’s atomic energy agency, Rosatom, managed to acquire full interest in a Canadian firm, Uranium One, over a four-year period – a company that, at one point, owned one-fifth of all uranium in the United States. Uranium, you may recall, is the primary element necessary for the production of both nuclear power and nuclear weapons.

What’s more, the Times noted, the evolution of this process – and sale – took place during a time when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, and at a time when money – millions of dollars, in fact – were flowing into the Clinton Foundation. Bill Clinton, during this time, received his highest-ever speaking fee – $500,000 – from an entity involved in this deal.

Questions about just how “charitable” the charity really is: A recent report by Fox News, citing analysts who monitor charitable groups, found that of the $2 billion the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation raised since 2001 – $144.3 million in 2013 alone – only a small fraction of the money has actually been used to its “life-saving work.”

The foundation has claimed that about 88 percent of what it takes goes towards real, live charity work, but according to the expert analysts who examine the spending habits of charities for a living, the real number is closer to 10 percent.

The case of the missing donors: As noted by Bloomberg News the foundation failed to report some 1,100 donors, most of whom were not U.S. citizens (remember, Hillary was secretary of state during much of this time – the nation’s top diplomat – and countries are prone to seek favors from the U.S. that only America has the power to give).

Nothing to see here, claimed Frank Giustra, who has donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation and sits on its board. Oh, by the way, Hillary Clinton “helped Giustra’s company secure a lucrative uranium-mining deal in Kazakhstan and in return received ‘a flow of cash’ to the Clinton Foundation, including previously undisclosed donations from the company’s chairman totaling $2.35 million,” Bloomberg News reported, citing the Times’ earlier story.

Three Pinocchios: Even the reliably liberal Washington Post has chided the Clintons for not being honest regarding donations to the family foundation, during Hillary’s time in the Obama State Department, rating a claim made by the foundation that Canadian law prohibits the disclosure of charitable donors “three Pinocchios” out of four for fibbing. See the full breakdown over at Hot Air.





Soros-connected Vote-counting Firm Expands in U.S.  

Clinton voter fraud in Polk County Iowa Caucus

Clinton-Voter-Fraud-Polk-County-Iowa-Caucus-2016-02-03 Reported by C-Span TV

 

By Tom Heneghan and Stew Webb

Caucus chair and Clinton precinct captain do not conduct actual count of Clinton supporters and deliberately mislead caucus

Click link below to watch the video:

http://www.c-span.org/video/?c4578575/clinton-voter-fraud-polk-county-iowa-caucus

Coin-Toss Fact Check: No, Coin Flips Did Not Win Iowa For Hillary Clinton

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Reported by NPR–National Public Radio .org
http://www.npr.org/player/embed/465268206/465344819
Hillary Clinton got lucky Monday night. Very lucky.

But not for the reasons some are alleging.

Some have attributed her squeaker of a victory over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa Democratic presidential caucuses to an improbable lucky streak of tie breaking coin tosses.

It’s been reported that there were as many as six sites where ties were decided by the flip of a coin — and Clinton won every single one. The odds of that happening are 1 in 64, or less than 2 percent. What’s more, that gave her just slightly more than her margin of victory over Sanders — four delegates.

Things that make you go hmm. Indeed.

Here’s proof: Watch one of these coin-toss tiebreakers in this video, taken by Univision reporter Fernando Peinado at a caucus precinct:

Click on link below and watch video:

http://www.npr.org/2016/02/02/465268206/coin-toss-fact-check-no-coin-flips-did-not-win-iowa-for-hillary-clinton

Except that doesn’t tell the whole story. In fact, there were at least a dozen tiebreakers — and “Sen. Sanders won at least a handful,” an Iowa Democratic Party official told NPR.

Gone unmentioned so far is that even if Clinton won that Miracle Six — and there were no other coin tosses — it would make little difference in the outcome. That is, in part, because of the complicated way Iowa Democrats allocate their delegates — and what was being reported on election night and what wasn’t.

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Let’s step back and explain that for a second; and this is tricky, so stay with us.

First, understand that the state party reported a grand total of 171,508 caucusgoers, the second-highest turnout in Iowa caucus history behind 2008. And no raw vote was — or is ever — broken out by candidate and recorded at the Democratic caucuses.

That’s because in Iowa, it’s a delegate game.

Iowa has a multistep process for picking delegates. Monday night was just Step 1. Here’s how it works:

1. There were 1,683 precinct caucuses on Iowa caucus night.

2. Those precinct caucuses elected 11,065 delegates to the county conventions, which take place March 12.

3. That universe of 11,065 delegates is whittled down to 1,406 who will attend congressional district (April 30) and state conventions (June 18).

4. And here’s the root of what’s causing all the confusion: The breakdown of those 11,065 is not reported on caucus night.

5. What IS reported, what Clinton’s 49.9 to 49.6 percent tracing-paper-thin lead is based on, is “state delegate equivalents.”

6. Those are ESTIMATES of how many of those 11,065 will attend the congressional district and state conventions.

So … when those coin tosses are happening, they are elected delegates in that larger universe.

That means, for Clinton to have picked up the four delegates, she would have had to have won not six in a row, but more like 47.

A coin flip? Really?

Yes, Iowa — and it’s not alone — uses coin tosses to break ties in precincts that award an odd number of delegates.

For example: Let’s say five delegates are set to be awarded in Precinct 1. There are 30 people for Clinton and 30 people for Sanders — and no one on either side can be swayed.

The result: Clinton and Sanders get two delegates apiece. What happens to the final delegate? The caucuses revert to, you guessed, it, a coin toss.

Does this happen often?

It’s pretty rare in a normal race, but this was no normal race. Clinton and Sanders were separated by a razor-thin 0.3 percentage point, or four “state delegate equivalents” — 701 for Clinton, 697 for Sanders and eight for Martin O’Malley. It was the closest result in 40 years of the Iowa Democratic caucus.

What was that about 60 missing caucusgoers and a coin flip?

As NPR’s Jessica Taylor reports, the Des Moines Register explained how a tie happened at one precinct: After 60 registered caucusgoers were missing since the initial tally, and O’Malley’s supporters had been redistributed, Clinton was assigned four delegates and Sanders got three. But one remained unassigned based on the initial count:

“Unable to account for that numerical discrepancy and the orphan delegate it produced, the Sanders campaign challenged the results and precinct leaders called a Democratic Party hot line set up to advise on such situations.
“Party officials recommended they settle the dispute with a coin toss. A Clinton supporter correctly called ‘heads’ on a quarter flipped in the air, and Clinton received a fifth delegate.”
Could this happen again this year?

It’s pretty unlikely, but not impossible. Again, as Taylor reports, seemingly unusual tiebreak methods are not new in politics. According to the National Council of State Legislatures, Wyoming uses coin tosses to break ties. Last year in Mississippi, the winner of a seat in the state Legislature was determined by drawing straws.

Brett Neely also contributed to this report.

http://www.npr.org/2016/02/02/465268206/coin-toss-fact-check-no-coin-flips-did-not-win-iowa-for-hillary-clinton

Popcorn: Hillary Camp ‘Unnerved’ By Iowa, Sanders Backers Demand Raw Vote Totals

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http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2016/02/02/hmm-did-bernie-sanders-win-the-popular-vote-in-iowa-n2113672

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