Hillary Clinton Under Fire For Buying 2 Million Fake Twitter Followers

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WASHINGTON DC (Web Desk) – Although Hillary Clinton boasts a robust 3.6 million Twitter followers, not even a vast right-wing conspiracy would be able to interact with 2 million of them.

According to two popular online measuring tools, no more than 44 per cent of her Twitter fan base consists of real people who are active in using the social media platform.

And at least 15 per cent – more than 544,000 – are completely fake.

StatusPeople.com, the oldest publicly available Twitter-auditing tool, reports that 44 per cent of the former secretary of state’s followers are ‘good’; 15 per cent are ‘fake’; and 41 per cent are ‘inactive,’ meaning that they never tweet or reply to any tweets.

Just 4 per cent of President Barack Obama’s Twitter followers, by comparison, are considered fake.

The White House worked overtime to purge most of them after a September 2013 report found that more than half of his followers didn’t really exist.

Michelle Obama’s Twitter audience is 25 per cent fake, according to StatusPeople, along with 21 per cent of Vice President Joe Biden’s.

Another tool, TwitterAudit.com, sampled 320,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s followers and found that 18 per cent were fake.

The new measurements will add to the Clinton presidential campaign’s embarrassment following news on Tuesday that a large number of her Facebook fans may represent ‘likes’ that were purchased rather than earned.

Nick Cannon: Planned Parenthood Founder Wanted to Exterminate Negro Race

No one’s calling celebrity Nick Cannon a black supremacist for decrying what he sees as the genocide of his race. Liberals would mock a white man as a white supremacist for saying the same thing the brutha is saying.

This video offers a fascinating look into the mind of the Negro. Hint: There’s a lot of “whites are oppressing my people” stuff.


Nicholas Scott Cannon (born October 17, 1980)[1] is an American rapper, actor, comedian, entrepreneur, record producer, radio and television personality. On television, Cannon began as a teenager on All That before going on to host The Nick Cannon Show, Wild ‘N Out, and America’s Got Talent. He acted in the films Drumline, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, and Roll Bounce. As a rapper he released his debut self-titled album in 2003 with the hit single “Gigolo”, a collaboration with singer R. Kelly. In 2007 he played the role of the fictional footballer TJ Harper in the film Goal II: Living the Dream. In 2006, Cannon recorded the singles “Dime Piece” and “My Wife” for the planned album Stages, which was never released. Cannon married American R&B/pop singer Mariah Carey in 2008. He filed for divorce in December 2014, after six-years of marriage. The divorce was finalized in 2016.

Russians Allegedly Put Electric Grid at Risk: CIA/Mossad Prepping for False Flag?

Oh my God. The Russians are doing something besides stealing an election for Donald Trump.

They’re doing something (what I don’t know) to our electricity. Maybe they’re spying on all of us through the wires.

I’m scared! Mommy! MOMMY!

Burlington Electric

To our valued customers and residents of the City of Burlington:
On Thursday night, December 29th, the Burlington Electric Department was alerted by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) of a malware code used in Grizzly Steppe, the name DHS has applied to a Russian campaign linked to recent hacks. We acted quickly to scan all computers in our system for the malware signature. We detected the malware in a single Burlington Electric Department laptop not connected to our organization’s grid systems.

We took immediate action to isolate the laptop and alerted federal officials of this finding. There is no indication of compromise to customer information or to the security of our system. Our team takes the issue of cybersecurity very seriously and routinely assesses our systems for vulnerabilities with assistance from outside experts. We are working with federal and state officials to prevent any other attempts to infiltrate utility systems.

Our team is working with federal officials to trace this malware and prevent any other attempts to infiltrate utility systems. We have briefed state officials and will support the investigation fully.

If you have any questions, please contact Burlington Electric directly.

Thank you,

Neale F. Lunderville, General Manager

One laptop NOT connected to the grid.

The Russians could steal the election, but could do no better than a single unconnected laptop?

Something stinks. There’s no evidence that Russia did something to that laptop.

Here’s where we have to use our heads for something other than a place to put a “MAGA” cap on.

The CIA or Mossad or both plausibly can be viewed as setting us up for a false flag. Some disaster that can be blamed on Russia. Something really, really bad, like a dirty nuke suitcase bomb being exploded in a major city.

On Wednesday, Vladimir Putin humiliated Obama by refusing to take the bait and expel American diplomats from Russia. He even invited the children of diplomats to a New Year’s eve party at the Kremlin.

Meanwhile Obama is going full bore insane with some of his executive orders designed to do maximum damage to the United States as he leaves office. Although he’s just a puppet, he clearly doesn’t want his so-called legacy destroyed.

Is he planning a false flag that cancels the election and denies the Donald the White House?

Time will tell, but it’s not weird to be asking the question.

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Black Women in Brazil See Racism in Black Men’s Preferences for Blonde White Women

An politically incorrect conversation about race took place last week on a Brazilian website. It deals with black males and white females who hook up.

I’ve pulled the comments out of the linked article. The rest of the article is worth reading for it’s ability to contextualize these comments in light of Brasil’s intermingling of African and European genes.

Racism isn’t supposed to exist in Brazil, but it does and a lot of it comes from blacks.

There also seems to be a belief that the white women are not so much mudsharks as they are gold diggers, going after wealthy black athletes.

Black Women of Brazil

Kurt Endel: Not even the black wants black; who is racist?

Nilza: When they are juveniles and juniors the players of the big (soccer) clubs receive only monthly support, they date maids, black girls, secretaries, after they become professionals and earn “rivers” of money they only want blondes; Brazil is a third world country and many Brazilian mentalities are too

Rubens: So it is! If he was a sandwich vendor on the beach she would only throw sand on him like a pretty woman on top of the hill. Afterward they don’t like to be called p…(puta or whore)

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10 Black Football Players Who Allegedly Raped Mudshark Will NOT be Prosecuted


Although the race of the female victim in this case of athlete worhip has not been named by the press or anywhere on the Internet that I could find, I speculate from her statements that she’s white. The language pattern she uses suggests a white female.

The Internet meme accurately portrays the black stereotype, which suggests that the black male is obsessed with having “muh dik” engage in sexual activity with white females.

New York Daily News

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Ten suspended Minnesota football players will not face charges in connection with an alleged sexual assault near campus, prosecutors announced Friday after taking a second look at the case.

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman had previously declined to charge the players in connection with the September incident that triggered suspensions, possible expulsions, talk of a bowl game boycott and questions of whether head coach Tracy Claeys should continue with the Gopher football program. But the school’s own investigation unearthed the troubling details of the female victim’s sexual assault by 10 to 20 men on the team after their season-opening victory.

After reviewing that report, Freeman stood by his November decision, saying the school’s investigation didn’t add sufficient evidence to warrant criminal charges.

“That report shined a light on what can only be described as deplorable behavior,” Freeman said in a statement. He said he would have no further comment because the university’s appeal process was continuing.

Lee Hutton, the players’ attorney, didn’t immediately respond to a phone message or email seeking comment. The university said in a statement it respects Freeman’s decision, but noted their own suspensions of the players stem from different standards and policies than the criminal process Freeman worked through.

The school suspended the 10 players after completing its own investigation, the results of which it kept private, citing federal privacy laws. But a local TV station published a redacted copy of the 82-page report which quoted the woman as saying she believed 10 to 20 men had sex with her, though she was not certain. She told university investigators she was too traumatized to clearly remember events.

The report concluded that the victim’s account of that night was more credible than the players it interviewed, and said some players tried to impede the university’s investigation into the incident.

Soon after the report was leaked, remaining members of the football roster — who had vowed to boycott Tuesday’s Holiday Bowl unless their teammates were reinstated — relented , going on to beat Washington State 17-12.

The case dates to the start of the season. Five players — Carlton Djam, Dior Johnson, KiAnte Hardin, Ray Buford Jr. and Tamarion Johnson — told police they had consensual sex with the woman at an off-campus dorm. Four of them were suspended for three games early in the season, but later reinstated in October.

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Team Trump Allegedly Behind (((Cernovich’s))) Effort to Destroy Alt-Right via Deploraball Bans


The fallout from the banning of Baked Alaska (real name Anthime Gionet, aka Tim Treadstone, and possibly a host of other names) from the Deploraball meetup on January 19 in Washington, D. C., continues to reverberate across the Internet.

To summarize what’s been going on in thousands of Tweets and several mainstream press articles, the alt-right is in disarray because of anti-racist cuckservative Trump supporters who have taken it over.

The way the press is writing the story, racist antisemite Baked Alaska butted heads with two other organizers of Deploraball, Mike Cernovich and Jeff Giesea, who oppose discussions of race and Jews.

Cernovich, who is married to some sort of dark brown female, is not only selling his Gorilla Mindset book on his Twitter, but is also pushing blue pills, the color of which I assume is symbolic.

Baked Alaska is an aspiring rapper, which is at least better than being a pill pusher, although from where I sit imitating blacks is not what white men should be doing:


“Whatever #AltRight was, it’s been taken over by white supremacists and I disavow it,” wrote the pro-Trump radio host Bill Mitchell on Twitter. “I’m #AmericaFirst where we can ALL be great again.”

Meanwhile, on the white supremacist website the Daily Stormer, editor Andrew Anglin wrote, “This act of Cernovich has caused a rift within the pro-Trump alliance, which I believe is a very good thing. People are choosing sides, mainly on the Jewish issue. To a lesser extent on the racial issue.”

It looks, on Twitter at least, like the fracturing of the pro-Trump internet in real time. But can the men behind a kinder, gentler DeploraBall survive the split? And can Giesea learn to live with the meme army he helped build, now that it’s peacetime?

Jeff Giesea is credited by buzzfeed with developing the Internet meme strategies that help push Donald Trump to victory. The role he played is being exaggerated in this article, as far as I’m concerned.


Once a libertarian and always a political theory buff, Giesea found himself late last year migrating to what he calls Trump’s “civic nationalism”: nationalism based on civic pride rather than ethnicity or religion.

“I see Trumpism as the only practical and moral path to save Western civilization from itself,” Giesea said.

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Drexel Backtracks on White Genocide Professor


University professors nation-wide have been given the green light to advocate for white genocide.

George Ciccariello-Maher has had the original rebuke by Drexel University replaced by a bullsh*t claim that he was just joking.

He can go back to indoctrinating students in the Communist philosophy, as well as teaching them that the mass murder of white people is a good thing.

Advice to professors: Don’t try advocating for the murder of blacks or Jews. It’s not the same in the eyes of academia.

Inside Higher Ed

On Thursday, Drexel issued a new statement. The new statement offers milder criticism of Ciccariello-Maher and notes that there may be multiple ways to read his tweet. The statement says that “his words, taken at face value and shared in the constricted Twitter format, do not represent the values of inclusion and understanding espoused by Drexel University.”

Further, the new statement says that “the wide range of reactions to his tweets suggests that his intentions were not adequately conveyed.

These responses underscore the importance of choosing one’s words thoughtfully and exercising appropriate judgment in light of the inherent limitations presented by communications on social media.”
In contrast, the original statement said: “Professor Ciccariello-Maher’s comments are utterly reprehensible, deeply disturbing, and do not in any way reflect the values of the university.”

On academic freedom, the new statement also struck a different tone.

The original statement said that “the university recognizes the right of its faculty to freely express their thoughts and opinions in public debate,” but it also said that Drexel “is taking this situation very seriously” and was setting up a meeting with the professor. Those comments led many to question whether the university was in fact defending the professor’s right to free expression or discouraging it.

The new statement is much more specific that the tweet in question was free speech. “The university vigorously supports the right of its faculty members and students to freely express their opinions in the course of academic debate and discussion. In this vein, we recognize Professor Ciccariello-Maher’s tweets as protected speech.”

Drexel’s president and provost — John A. Fry and M. Brian Blake, respectively — signed the new statement but not the old one.

The new statement also notes challenges posed by social media. “Very often electronic forms of communication (Twitter, in particular) are limited in their ability to communicate satire, irony and context, especially when referencing a horror like genocide.”

More than 9,000 people have signed a petition (circulated prior to the release of Thursday’s statement by Drexel) that said: “Let Drexel know — in the midst of the deafening, organized troll-storm — that racist trolls deserve no platform in dictating academic discourse, let alone the off-duty tweets of academics. They are being VERY noisy; we can’t be silent.”

Many other groups and authors have been critical of the original Drexel statement. A blog post by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education said that the university “failed” to defend academic freedom. A blog post at Reason, a libertarian publication, said: “Even if Ciccariello-Maher isn’t formally disciplined, the experience of being called before the administration to answer for his tweet-crimes is a form of silencing.”

Hank Reichman, professor emeritus of history at California State University at East Bay and chair of the AAUP’s Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure, wrote on the AAUP blog that the university’s original response was “simply wrong.”