The Daily Beast, a pseudo-journalism outlet owned by IAC (a company in which Chelsea Clinton is a board member of) attempted to smear Jill Stein, and it backfired horribly for them. Jill Stein responded to their pathetic attempt to frame her as a hypocrite by pointing out their own hypocrisy, and undisclosed conflict-of-interest to Clinton’s campaign.
John Oliver attacked Jill Stein with reckless unfunny smears that included criticizing her for suggesting quantitative easing could be used to alleviate student debt. Legendary journalist Robert Scheer, who wrote The Great American Stick Up, a book about the banking system, weighs in on the reality of how quantitative easing really works.
John Oliver used comedy as pro-establishment propaganda in his smear of 3rd party candidates Jill Stein and Gary Johnson.
Former Green Party presidential candidate and current campaign manager for the party’s 2016 nominee Dr. Jill Stein joins RT America’s Lindsay France in the FishTank and says, “These debates are a farce” and that they were “stolen” from the League of Women Voters by a private corporation run by the Democratic and Republican parties.
Jill Stein returned to Fox News where their biased host, Chris Wallace, did everything to make her look dumb, but she came prepared and completely owned him; and arguably, even had him visibly rattled as he tried to shut her down. She handled it masterfully.
YouTuber Matt Orfalea discovered that PBS had censored parts of an interview with Jill Stein where she criticizes Hillary Clinton. Matt then uploaded the video exposing said censorship to Facebook, and they later took down the video, alleging it did not comply with their community’s guidelines.
Green Party nominee Dr. Jill Stein went back on Fox News after completely destroying them on economic issues, and they invited her back for seconds—this time on foreign policy. They tried extra hard to vilify her, but she ran circles around them. Enjoy!
A must see speech by Dr. Cornel West given at the Green Party Convention in Houston, Texas.