This Liberal Former Congresswoman Says You Should NOT Vote For Hillary [VIDEO]

Former Congresswoman and 2008 Green Party Candidate, Dr. Cynthia McKinney, warns and pleads with Americans: Don’t vote for Hillary Clinton because most people have no idea who she is, let alone how dangerous she is.

McKinney recently told Alex Jones in an interview:

“Under no circumstances should any THINKING voter, vote for Clinton.” 

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McKinney, an author of numerous books herself, wrote the forward to Diana Johnstone’s book, Queen of Chaos: The Misadventures of Hillary ClintonIn the interview, she fleshes out what she wrote for the book:

“In Queen of Chaos, Johnstone issues a Herculean call for peace. Similarly, in another work, Dr. Terpstra warns us to Beware of Women of the the Hegemon, whose policy positions are as warlike as any man’s. Johnstone shows us that like Madeleine Albright, the first woman U.S. Secretary of State before her, Clinton can defend sanctions regimes, bombs, and drone attacks as well as any man.

As Johnston guides us from Honduras to Libya, it becomes clear that Hillary qualifies as a woman of the Hegemony, supporting belligerent U.S. foreign policy on almost every Continent…Hillary Clinton stole democracy from the Haitian people. She stole their hopes, their dreams, their aspirations for themselves; she stole their human rights. 

Now, if Hillary Clinton would do that to them, there’s no telling what she will do to us. Johnstone gives us a kind of primer on Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy past: from genocide to ‘We came, we saw, he died!’ I think it’s clear: should Hillary Clinton become Madam President, we ain’t seen nothing yet.” 

 

McKinney points to Benghazi, how globalists will attempt to fuel race wars to further divide Americans, that Hillary is a ‘Woman of the Hegemon,’ who has no genuine party loyalty, and her ideology spans the entire political spectrum.

 

In her closing remarks, McKinney says:

“Be very careful about casting a vote for this women, because the Clinton’s have shown time and time again, that they have nothing to do with the values of the people who are hurting the most right now.”

H/T Michael DePinto, an attorney who writes for The Last Great Stand, and FreedomOutpost.com.

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