Wikileaks: Here Are The 65 Reporters That Went To Clinton Campaign Chairman’s House For “Private” Dinners

65 Reporters

There were 65 mainstream media reporters that were working closely with the Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election cycle. On multiple occasions, these 65+ reporters were invited to Hillary Campaign Chairman John Podesta’s house for intimate private dinners.

If this doesn’t raise any red flags, nothing will. There are well documented instances where the Clintons have been put out in front for every one to see. These are just another batch of reasons the DOJ needs to do a full on investigation into the Clinton Foundation, the bread trail from there to the Clinton’s themselves.

Many of the enduring Clinton tactics for managing the press were created by the campaign before she even announced her candidacy.

Other documents listed those whom the campaign regarded as their most reliable “surrogates” — such as CNN’s Hilary Rosen and Donna Brazile, as well as Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden — but then also listed operatives whom they believed were either good “progressive helpers” or more potentially friendly media figures



The Clinton campaign sent out invites to New York reporters in April 2015 on their off-the-record meeting on how to sell Hillary Clinton to the public, The Gateway Pundit reports.

These 38 reporters should NEVER BE TRUSTED!

Via The Intercept:



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here