Welcome back to the analysis of the speeches that were dropped on Friday in the Podeasta Leaks.

If you haven’t read the first part, go here: https://thegodofrage.wordpress.com/2016/10/10/clinton-speeches-revealed-part-1/

Without further ado, let’s finish up these speeches:

Speech 6


In this speech, Clinton touted her relationship with Wall Street:

“When I was a Senator from New York, I represented and worked with so many talented principled people who made their living in finance. But even thought I represented them and did all I could to make sure they continued to prosper, I called for closing the carried interest loophole and addressing skyrocketing CEO pay. I also was calling in ’06, ’07 for doing something about the mortgage crisis, because I saw every day from Wall Street literally to main streets across New York how a well-functioning financial system is essential.”

Clinton talked about how she represented various people, Specifically Wall Street and how she wanted them to prosper, possibly not even raising taxes, but cutting them to invest in business growth and other economic purposes.

A stark contrast from today, which she calls for higher taxes, up to 40% income tax on the richest people in America, which stifles growth and investment, both personally and business-wise.


Speech 7


Nothing is really special here, but this speech talks about the challenges for running for public office, and how there is a bias towards people who have led successful lives.

Speech 8

In this paid speech to Xerox and Morgan Stanley, Clinton said: “We need two parties…Two sensible, moderate, pragmatic parties.”

This hints that Clinton is not a progressive as she claims to be, but rather a moderate who relies on compromising to get the job done in congress and the presidency.

She also had an idea on spending and revenue, in a speech to Morgan Stanley in 2013:

“Namely, You have to restrain spending. You Have To Have Adequate Revenues, And You Have To Have Growth. And I think we are smart enough to figure out how to do that.”

Instead of promoting progressive ideas, which is to tax to raise revenues for government, she warns that we need to cut spending and raise revenue to provide for the American person.

Speech 9

As Previously reported, Clinton, as Secretary of State, used a Blackberry, and an insecure one, while tenure and went through over 10 of them in a 4 year period.

Clinton states: “But, at the State Department we were attacked every hour, more than once an hour by incoming efforts to penetrate everything we had. And that was true across the U.S. government. And we knew it was going on when I would go to China, or I would go to Russia, we would leave all of our electronic equipment on the plane, with the batteries out, because this is a new frontier. And they’re trying to find out not just about what we do in our government. They’re trying to find out about what a lot of companies do and they were going after the personal emails of people who worked in the State Department.”

This suggests that Clinton knew about potential security risks when visiting foreign countries, contrary to some of her testimony given in front of the FBI. Clinton also knew that her server, which had been synced with her phone, was potentially breached numerous times during her 4 years at Secretary.

She also described how she couldn’t bring personal devices, and left her phone on the plane, with the batteries out or tinfoil wrapped around it: “I mean, every time I went to countries like China or Russia, I mean, we couldn’t take our computers, we couldn’t take our personal devices, we couldn’t take anything off the plane because they’re so good, they would penetrate them in a minute, less, a nanosecond. So we would take the batteries out, we’d leave them on the plane.” 

She also stated: “When I Got To The State Department, It Was Still Against The Rules To Let Most — Or Let All Foreign Service Officers Have Access To A Blackberry.”

Speech 10


Clinton stated to a speech at tinePublic in 2014: “So I think that Keystone is a contentious issue, and of course it is important on both sides of the border for different and sometimes opposing reasons, but that is not our relationship. And I think our relationship will get deeper and stronger and put us in a position to really be global leaders in energy and climate change if we worked more closely together. And that’s what I would like to see us do.”

This statement certainly hints at a pro-keystone, pro-oil stance on the issue of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, saying that it would put the US in a position as a global leader in energy and “climate change”.

Also, Clinton states: “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere.” 

Clinton also announces her support for open, and unfair trade as well as open borders, which essentially disbands the set borders of the United States.

Clinton also suggesting trade to prevent protectionism, which essentially opens a gateway for companies to move out of the United States.

Speech 11

Clinton made remarks about a single-payer Heath Care system in 2013: “If you look at the single-payer systems, like Scandinavia, Canada, and elsewhere, they can get costs down because, you know, although their care, according to statistics, overall is as good or better on primary care, in particular, they do impose things like waiting times, you know. It takes longer to get like a hip replacement than it might take here.”

Clinton hinted at the possibility of waiting times for patients, including waiting times in live-saving operations.

She suggested this, due to the systems in Scandinavia and Canada doing this to keep costs at the lowest form possible.

As you can see, Clinton is nothing more than a corporate puppet with a hidden agenda that would not only be bad for Us Republicans, but YOU, the average American person.

Think about your vote and take this all in before you head to the polls.