Watch: Shocked Millennials Consider Changing Their Vote When They Learn THIS About Hillary

Campus Reform set up an informal survey called “Candidates’ Cribs” in front of the White House recently. The college news site (sponsored by the Leadership Institute) asked Millennials walking by to take part.

Each participant was shown pictures of four extravagant mansions and asked to guess who they belonged to among six choices: billionaire Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Sen. Marco Rubio, former Md. Gov. Martin O’Malley, Dr. Ben Carson, and former Fla. Gov. Jeb Bush.

Not surprisingly, people mostly guessed Donald Trump, while Rubio and Carson came up a couple of times too.

None of the participants shown in the video picked Hillary Clinton.

The Campus Reform reporter then asked: “What if I told you all four of these homes were Hillary Clinton’s?

People responded with amazement: “What?!” “Oh wow, are you serious?” “Are they really? D–n, she does have that kind of money.”

“I am very surprised, I did not know Hillary Clinton had that much money, at all.”

The reporter asked some participants: “Does this make you question things a bit, if you vote for her?”

“Ah…yeah, it definitely plays a factor whether I vote for her,” a young woman replied.

Another said: “Now, you’re changing my opinion on the election a little bit.”

As reported by Western Journalism, Hillary Clinton claims she wants to be the “champion” of everyday Americans. She says she can relate to their problems because she wasn’t always a member of the top 1 percent of wage earners in America. The Republican Party put out a chart to illustrate just how relatable her salary is to those of everyday Americans.

Clinton famously said that she and Bill were “dead broke” when they left the White House in 2001, even as they purchased a $1.7 million dollar home in Chappaqua in well-to-do West Chester County, just north of New York City. Oprah featured Bill giving a tour of the home on her show. The median annual household income in the town was approximately $160,000 in 2014.

But the Clintons didn’t just have Bill’s pension and Hillary’s salary to make do with; the speaking fees began rolling in almost immediately. The New York Times reports that the Clintons have now earned $125 million in speaking fees since leaving the White House. Their combined income last year, according to a financial disclosure the candidate was required to file, was $30 million.

Bill Clinton was asked last month if he planned to stop taking enormous speaking fees from groups that might create a conflict of interest if his wife should become president, and he said that he would not. The reason why? “I gotta pay the bills,” he responded.

With four mansions to maintain, there are likely bills a-plenty.

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Hillary Clinton’s ‘Stars And Bars’ Problem

When it comes to the confederate flag, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has smugly added that she “has always” been in favor of taking it down in South Carolina.

Yet as first lady of Arkansas, we heard not a peep of concern about the prominent rebel “stars and bars” symbolism of that southern state’s official flag that flew on her official residence grounds in Little Rock while husband Bill was governor.

And here’s a good question for Hillary today: if she “has always” favored taking down South Carolina’s relic of the Civil War, what about all the same rebel symbolism embodied in her own Arkansas flag that flew on her own official residence lawn? Shouldn’t it also be banned, for the same reasons as in South Carolina, to combat divisiveness?

There is no question that the Arkansas state flag is intended, by its symbols, to “commemorate the Confederate States of America.” In fact, then-Gov. Bill Clinton signed a law in 1987 that says so, designating a special star on the flag for that exact purpose.

Hillary Clinton may have objections to Confederate sympathies in state flags still flying in South Carolina or Mississippi, but what makes Arkansas an exception–and why has she never had anything to say about it?

Hillary, should the state flag of Arkansas, which can be seen as just as offensive to African Americans and other minorities who have been subject to racism as the Confederate battle flag of South Carolina, also be banned? Voters need to know.

Especially in culturally diverse and deeply blue states like California, perplexed voters will need to understand from Hillary Clinton why the South Carolina flag must come down but the Arkansas flag’s Confederate roots draw no comment from her.

California voters are the most unlikely in the nation to understand Hillary’s silence and see honor in the distinction between the “southern valor” that “stars and bars” supporters urge their flags represent in contrast to the general negative perception of slavery and racism more commonly associated with the rebel flag.

These voters are becoming the most diverse ethnic conglomeration in the nation, and include Latinos who now compromise the largest ethnic group in the state at 39 percent, non-Hispanic whites at about 38 percent, and Asians, with over 14 percent of the population. There are two times more Latinos and Asians in California by percentage than in the entire United States. About 7 percent of Californians are black. Overwhelmingly, Californians’ “voting cues” gleaned by the entire state, let alone the 60 percent of the state who represent minority groups who have experienced racism, are simply not connected to some sort of sympathy to the rebel cause when they see a Confederate flag.

In view of the tragedy in Charleston, it is now inescapable that Hillary’s opponents will raise her failure to object and indeed passively embrace the Confederate symbolism in Arkansas as an issue in the campaign. Even deeply blue California, with the most electoral votes in the nation, and its voters, are hardly going to accept a voting cue that the Confederate flag is bad for South Carolina but good for Arkansas just because Hillary Clinton has nothing to say about it.

James V. Lacy, a frequent guest of Fox Business News Channel’s “Varney & Company,” is author of “Taxifornia” which is available at Amazon.com.

The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by WesternJournalism.com.

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Look What Awful Thing Just Happened To Another Clinton White House Employee…A Hillary Hire

For years, the so-called “Clinton Body Count” has been the subject of speculation and investigation, fueling all sorts of elaborate and extensive conspiracy theories. Given the deaths of dozens of people associated with Bill and Hillary Clinton — from James McDougal and Vince Foster to Ed Willey and Jerry Parks — amateur sleuths have worked up a lengthy list of Clinton confidants or critics who have died under mysterious, suspicious, or unexplained circumstances.

Now, with what’s just been reported about the fate of the former White House executive chef — a man hired by then-first lady Hillary Clinton in April of 1994 — there could be another body for the Clinton-focused counters to add to the file. Fox News is reporting that Walter Scheib, the man who used to help run meal prep in the Clinton White House, has been found dead in New Mexico.

“The Taos News reported that Scheib’s body was found in a river approximately 20 to 30 feet off a hiking trail in the mountains above the Taos Ski Valley. The New Mexico State Police said the spot where the body was found was approximately 1.7 miles from the Yerba Canyon trail head where Scheib’s car was located,” says the Fox News report.

The 61-year-old Scheib was apparently hiking by himself along the 4-mile Yerba Canyon trail when he disappeared on or around June 13th. Authorities indicate that it was quite possibly a weather-related accident that took Scheib’s life. They reportedly base their belief on his cell phone data.

“The National Weather Service reported that storms had pounded the area around the time Scheib’s cellular signal was lost.”

The Fox News report on Scheib’s death notes that, when he worked for the Clintons, he was responsible for overseeing meals for the first family as well as menus for formal state dinners. When George W. and Laura Bush moved into the executive mansion, Scheib remained in his post until he was let go in 2005.

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LISTEN: Ghost From Clintons’ Past Surfaces In Explosive, Newly-Discovered Audio Sure To Haunt Hillary

Newly uncovered audio sheds light on the state of mind of the White House during the Clinton administration toward a “right-wing conspiracy” years before Hillary Clinton ever uttered the phrase.

Former Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Donna Shalala, interviewed in 1994 by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Haynes Johnson, shed light on the early attitudes of the Clinton White House. “They’ve become paranoid. Paranoia. They think people are out to get them – this right-wing conspiracy stuff,” Shalala said at the time.

The audio, which you can listen to below, was first acquired by The Washington Free Beacon from the Wisconsin Historical Society at the University of Wisconsin. Quotes from the interview were featured in the 1996 book, The System, written by Johnson with David Broder, which focused on the 1990s health care debate, but were not attributed to any specific person until now.

“There is a feeling in the White House,” Shalala said, “and I don’t know whether it’s [James] Carville or [Paul] Begala or who’s giving them the materials. But sitting on the desks of their staff there’s these materials on this right-wing conspiracy. My reaction to that is, ‘So what? So what’s new?’”

“[The Clintons are] feeling sorry for themselves. They talk about [conspiracies] all the time,” she added. “That there really is a conspiracy out there to get us. That we don’t have a chance, people don’t understand how much good we’ve done. Our message isn’t getting across because these people are beating us up.”

Shalala is now leaving her post as president of the University of Miami and will lead the Clinton Foundation.

In 1998, Mrs. Clinton told NBC’s Today that special prosecutor Kenneth Starr was part of a “vast right-wing conspiracy” to target her husband in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

“I think as this matter unfolds, the entire country will have more information, but we’re right in the middle of a feeding frenzy right now, and people are putting out rumor and innuendo,” Mrs. Clinton told Matt Lauer, advising Americans at the time “just to be patient, take a deep breath, and the truth will come out.”

Was there a vast “right-wing conspiracy” to get the Clintons? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Watch: One Of Hillary’s Key Claims About Her Emails Just Got Obliterated…By Bill Himself

A whistleblower has come out with startling allegations pertaining to Hillary Clinton’s personal email server. Supposedly key sections of an Inspector General’s report were allegedly removed in order to protect Hillary Clinton politically before she stepped down from her position as secretary of state.

The unnamed whistleblower claims there was corruption at the State Department while Hillary was in charge. The source also claims that sections of the report disappeared just days before it went public, coincidentally around the same time that Clinton stepped down from her position.

Republican lawmakers have requested that the former secretary of state surrender her personal server for examination; in response, she has said she will not. She firmly asserts that her private server contains personal information, including communication between her and her husband.

Bill Clinton has repeatedly said that he does not send emails. He claims to have only sent two his entire life, neither of them to his wife. One was to U.S. troops serving in the Adriatic; the second was to astronaut John Glenn. He explained: “I found people said embarrassing things on emails. I didn’t want to be one of them.” This information directly contradicts what Hillary Clinton said about her server containing personal correspondence between the couple.

Republican lawmakers are concerned about the contents of Clinton’s private server, and there are allegations by the whistleblower that the deleted sections of the IG report contain information directly related to a cover-up of misconduct by her security team.

One of the sections that has allegedly been edited out of the report states: “…a senior ‘7th floor’ department official ordered (diplomatic security) to stop the investigation of an ambassador accused of pedophilia and another such senior official had (diplomatic security) stop an investigation of an ambassador-designate.”

The State Department said that “a review found no evidence of undue influence on diplomatic service investigations”; and “they did a separate review of all these allegations, bringing in some Department of Defense investigators to try to get some independent eyes on it.”

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