They just make up nasty shit and smear anyone that is in their way. Extremely nasty vitriolic smears that have no foundation. They do it so often that it’s a wonder ANYONE even bothers with them – even themselves. But it works, and it has enabled them to take over the entire government and turn it into a Party apparatus, operating against the people.
They just keep doing it, the same way, over and over. They just lie and smear and say that absolute nastiest things they can think of. They spew hatred. And then their “noise machine” and the press pass it around, and pretty soon most people are saying “where there’s smoke there must be fire.”
Remember the stuff the Right said about Clinton and the Chinese?
Evidence abounds that Mr. Clinton, in acts of official perfidy that may be unparalleled in our nation’s history, accepted bribes from Red China in the form of illegal political contributions, and in exchange made policy decisions that undermined our national security to the benefit of that hostile foreign power.
Bill is Beijing’s boy. He has been for a long time. He always will be. He couldn’t have done more for the Chinese Communists if he were under party discipline. And, who knows? Maybe he is.
The Chinese connection exploded with the arrival of the Clinton administration. A younger crowd of American politicians had skipped the part about patriotism, about the pledge of allegiance, about loyalty not only to country but to much of anything other than themselves.
Republicans are keeping up the pressure on President Bill Clinton to explain questions about possible links between 1996 Democratic campaign contributions and decisions to share U.S. satellite technology with the Chinese government.
In the weekly GOP radio address Saturday, Rep. Porter Goss, R-Fla., said “the administration needs to provide Americans with direct and full answers to important questions about all of this.”
Q) Senator [James Inhofe (R-OK)], during a speech you gave on the floor of the Senate on March 15th, you spoke out about China’s acquisition of our nation’s nuclear secrets and the Administration’s complicity in assisting the Chinese. You described your findings as “a story of espionage, conspiracy, deception, and cover-up with life and death implications for millions of Americans.” You unambiguously implicated “a President and an Administration that deliberately chose to put national security at risk.”
We used to respond to high treason in this country with a trial, a conviction and either a life sentence or a trip to the electric chair. … It is now becoming obvious, unless you are connected with the Clinton White House, that China is preparing for war.
When Bill Clinton and Al Gore came to power in January 1993, the United States was at the apex of its power. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) was then a minor player on the world’s stage, both militarily and diplomatically.