It seems that the Clinton is hiding something about the freedom-impeding, Economy destroying Trans Pacific Partnership, which may be her true opinion.
A New Article from commondreams.org states,
“While Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has publicly reversed her position on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), it remains unknown how much she helped advance, or even craft, the international trade deal while serving as U.S. Secretary of State—and the Obama administration appears interested in keeping it that way.
On Monday, International Business Times (IBT) senior editor David Sirota reported that the State Department is refusing to release correspondence between Clinton’s State Department office and the United States Trade Representative related to the TPP until after the 2016 presidential election.
After initially saying that the requested materials would be made available in April, a U.S. State Department representative “abruptly” told Sirota last week, “Our office was recently informed that the search process has been completed and that the information located from that search is currently being prepared for the review process. The new estimated completion date for your request is November 31 [sic], 2016.”
It has been noted that Clinton has flipped her position on TPP From 2014-2015:
Unfortunately, I cannot give you the emails since they have been blocked under the Clinton’s request.
Formerly a staunch supporter of the TPP, She changed her mind on tpp, even though she was Secretary of State during the time of negotiations, which lasted between 2008 to 2014-15
The Trade Representative at the time was Ron Kirk, a former Mayor from Dallas, Texas, who has been campaigning for Clinton recently this year.
Clinton also Deleted 2 paragraphs from her book “Hard Choices” Mentioning the TPP,w which stated:
“[We encouraged] all open-market democracies driving toward a more prosperous future to join negotiations with Asian nations on TPP, the trans-Pacific trade agreement,” part of the since deleted section read.
Clinton discussed the TPP earlier in the book, calling it “important for American workers, who would benefit from competing on a more level playing field.” She also said the trade agreement would bolster U.S. influence in Asia.”
Could Clinton have been helping negotiate the TPP thanks to earlier donations from Ron Kirk in 2003 and 2005? Did Clinton help architect the TPP for personal gain in foreign investments and interests?
We may never know, since the Clinton administration is secret and always gets their way, but we’ll find out.