This article accuses the Clinton foundation of collecting money for the Haitian earthquake and then spending the money to build posh hotels instead of helping the poor and afflicted. This is what Naomi Klein calls disaster economy.
This right wing source is blaming Soros for funding opposition research on characters like Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer who have been targeting Muslims in the US with their extreme views. Not sure why they think they are immune to scrutiny!?
The link here is between an attorney Roy Black, who represented Jeffery Epstein, accused of trafficking under aged girls for sex with himself and powerful friends including Bill Clinton. They fail to mention that he is also a friend of Donald Trump.
WSJ and right wing media are miss-characterizing the payments to Iran insinuating that the money was in exchange for hostages, were in fact the money was owed to Iran based on a military purchase in 1979 that was never delivered.
Right wing media criticizing the Hillary Clinton budget claiming that her policies on expanding government role in family leave and student loans would contribute significantly to the deficit. This report is a clear example of how media plants false hoods without any specifics.
The headline isn't supported by the content. The video from Julian Assange basically says that the invasion of Libya led to the occupation of ISIS in Libya which then in turn shipped arms to Syria
A great example of how right wing media starts rumors and allegations against people they want to discredit. They claim that Mr. Khan has deep legal and financial connections to Saudi Arabia, because as an immigration attorney he represented Saudi nationals who wanted to immigrate on EB-5 visas.
This is a great example of how the right wing media uses innuendo to smear opponents. The only claim they have is that Mr. Khan worked for a law firm that did Hillary's taxes and does immigration work for the Saudi's who contribute to the Clinton foundation.
In this post the right wing media is warning of a cover up by main stream media that Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta raked in millions from a Russian government technology initiative – and failed to disclose the money on federal forms, as required by law.
This is a post by Allen West. Interesting to read how he ties disparate stories to string together his theory of corruption by the Obama administration and the Obama's themselves.