So it looks like Jill Stein is trying to change the outcome of the election by requesting recounts in 3 critical states that Trump won on November 8th, despite other reports contradicting the claim.

Regardless of what is true or false, this is nothing more than a blatant attack on our election process and nothing more than an attempt to swing the election in Hillary’s favor.

So, for trying to create a constitutional crisis and trying to jeopardize the secure electoral process that have benefited BOTH sides to an extent, we need to punish the Green Party and Jill Stein for doing so.

So, here are some facts and revelations that you may have never known about Jill Stein and the Green Party! (Green Party Members and voters: Listen Up!)

1) The Next Al Gore?

First and Foremost, Yes, I am comparing Jill Stein to Al Gore for a number of reasons.

Both of them:

  • Are environmentalists.
  • Oppose some areas of the Pharmaceutical industry.
  • Oppose Big Banks.

And many other areas that Stein and Gore both agree on.

However, there is another area where the Inner Gore comes out of Stein, and that is her personal finances.

An article from the Daily Beast released on October 26th states:

Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein has largely based her campaign on her uncompromising positions on the environment, opposition to big banks and Wall Street, defense contractors, and the pharmaceutical industry. But an analysis of her financial disclosures, which she was required to file as a presidential candidate, show she is heavily invested in the very industries that she maligns the most and as a result of her investments, she has built significant wealth.

According to the financial-disclosure form she filed with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics on March 30, 2016, Stein and her husband, Richard Rohrer, have investments (with the exception of real estate) valued at anywhere from $3,832,050 to $8,505,000. (Stein told The Daily Beast she inherited “over a half-million dollars” from her parents.) We don’t know their exact net worth because filers are only required to provide a range of the value of their investments as opposed to exact values.

Stein has also voluntarily released the first two pages of her 2015 federal tax return. That return, filed jointly with her husband, shows a total income of $349,088 in 2015 and an effective tax rate of 21 percent.

s: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/10/26/jill-stein-s-ideology-says-one-thing-her-investment-portfolio-says-another.html

A personal Financial disclosure report from Stein was released by the FEC earlier this year detailing Stein’s investments and income.

The following images and documents are from that filling:

s: http://pfds.opensecrets.org/N00033776_2016_Pres.pdf

Some stocks of interests include the following

  1. TIAA-CREF Retirement Account:

This account is composed of / Holds the stocks of the following :

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Over 40% of the equity investments or holdings by company size is over $50 Billion, while Health care; Financials; Industrials and Energy Compose of nearly Half of the Portfolios as of September 30th.

Some major holdings included:

  • Chevron
  • Exxon
  • Pfizer
  • Merck
  • Visa
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Bank Of America
  • Proctor and Gamble
  • Johnson and Johnson
  • Citigroup
  • Deutsche Bank

s: http://portfolios.morningstar.com/fund/holdings?t=TIEIX

Supposedly, from that Daily Beast article, Stein is opposed to Big banks, Big Pharmaceuticals, and Wall Street and all for The environment.

Apparently, her investments and pocketbook say otherwise, investing in major oil, banking and Pharmaceutical companies.

Sources:

https://www.tiaa.org/public/pdf/ffs/194408258.pdf

http://portfolios.morningstar.com/fund/holdings?t=TIEIX

2) Vanguard 500 Index

The Vanguard 500 Also invests in similar companies, including the same ones as in the TIAA-CREF retirement account.However, there are more industries and companies this covers.

Some of these stocks and companies include:

  • Phillip Morris (Tobacco in which Stein supposedly opposes)
  • Goldman Sachs
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Caterpillar
  • General Motors
  • General Mills (Pro GMO company that Stein also supposedly opposes.)
  • Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc.

And over 500 Other stocks to choose from.

s: https://personal.vanguard.com/us/FundsAllHoldings?FundId=0040&FundIntExt=INT&tableName=Equity&tableIndex=0&sort=marketValue&sortOrder=desc

3) Bessemer Trust

Bessemer also holds similar companies, but also adds more to the list of what companies Stein could possibly be investing in!

They include:

  • Wells Fargo
  • Raytheon
  • Morgan Stanley
  • AliBaba
  • Tyson
  • Twitter
  • ConocoPhillips

And Several Hundred to nearly 2,000 More.

s: https://www.holdingschannel.com/all/stocks-held-by-bessemer-group-inc/

On top of all of this, Stein has money invested in US CDs, a Schwab money fund and bank and credit union accounts, in which the investments are not entirely known.

2) Soros Involved?

On November 25th, a Reddit post appeared on the_donald subreddit containing this info from known researcher Jim Stone:

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s: https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/5eqg9p/red_alert_jim_stone_discovers_soros_bot_funding/

and Jim stone’s website

According to open Secrets, we have no evidence that Any donation during the Presidential Campaign to Stein was from Soros, but we did find that several of the companies Stein had invested in did donate to her campaign.

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Here are some top industries that gave to The Green Party:

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Democrats were the 2nd highest donors to the campaign, clocking in at just over $100K in 2016 alone.

S: https://www.opensecrets.org/pres16/candidate?id=N00033776

The Green Party is taking YOUR money and spending it for Jill Stein’s retirement funds and investments that conflict with her supposed interests and your interests.

The Green party has been doing this for quite some time considering the fact that Stein has not shown her 2012 personal finances.

And the message board up there shows that the recount may happen, thanks to Soros and the democratic party and the now-bought out Green Party.

Also, something to think about. Could Stein have been paid by the Clinton Foundation, maybe!

But in all honesty.

The Green Party is no longer your voice, it is a proxy to the Democrats.

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