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Max Blumenthal on why Hillary Clinton smeared Tulsi Gabbard and Jill Stein

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How low can politics get? The smear machine and dirty politics. It's quite a good summery of the Deep State, the war machine, and Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton has smeared Tulsi Gabbard and Jill Stein as Russian assets, and almost no Democratic politicians are pushing back. Max Blumenthal says that Clinton's comments reflect a continued effort by Democratic neo-liberals to deflect responsibility for their loss to Trump in 2016; marginalize voices like Gabbard and Stein's who challenge their pro-war, corporatist agenda; and preview their potential future attacks on Bernie Sanders. [embedded content]

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How low can politics get? The smear machine and dirty politics. It's quite a good summery of the Deep State, the war machine, and Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton has smeared Tulsi Gabbard and Jill Stein as Russian assets, and almost no Democratic politicians are pushing back. Max Blumenthal says that Clinton's comments reflect a continued effort by Democratic neo-liberals to deflect responsibility for their loss to Trump in 2016; marginalize voices like Gabbard and Stein's who challenge their pro-war, corporatist agenda; and preview their potential future attacks on Bernie Sanders.




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