Marco Rubio: WikiLeaks Pipsqueak

"Little Marco" once again proves he is an establishment shill

Rubio and WikiLeaks
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By David L. Hunter:

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These leaks are an effort by a foreign government to interfere with our electoral process, and I will not indulge it. Further, I want to warn my fellow Republicans who may want to capitalize politically on these leaks: Today, it is the Democrats. Tomorrow, it could be us.” – Marco Rubio to ABC News on October 19, 2016

So the issue for good ole boy Marco isn’t the Democrats’ blatant political corruption (that any honest person would condemn), it’s that Julian Assange via WikiLeaks had the nerve to disclose it? Given Mr. Rubio’s elitist attitude, is it any wonder why average Americans are as disgusted with do-nothing establishment Republicans as they are with lawless progressives? In the final analysis, besides outsider Trump, what’s the difference?

Of course, per habitual liar Hillary, her unauthorized servers—both illegal, and likely hacked—aren’t a problem. Yet, what did the stolen DNC emails show? Surprise, surprise: more of two-faced Hillary Clinton’s double-dealing. Specifically, her wink and smile extortion racket of the one percentersSix figure speeches to Wall Street banks privately pledging a gangster’s style protection and open borders while publicly demonizing both. Thus, she cashes in on their financial support while simultaneously claiming to be down-with-the-struggle like regular folks? Not a chance.

Another revelation of the hacked emails is widespread DNC election tampering. A coordinated effort by Mrs. Clinton’s campaign—and disgraced, fired DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (reemployed by Hillary directly) —to deny surging Socialist Bernie Sanders the Democratic nomination. So, why is pea-brained Mr. Rubio’s first instinct (and primary concern) sitting on his “little hands” related to Democrats’ dirty political laundry? (Indeed, if the situation was reversed, they’d chop at the bit to use such leaked information as political currency against the GOP.) Therefore, in psychological terms what is Mr. Rubio afraid of? Given the Halloween season, what deep-seeded skeletons are hiding undisturbed in his closet?

Here’s the key to this weasel: “Tomorrow, it could be us.” Well, RINO Rubio, if you are so similarly self-serving and immoral as Democrats why should your ilk hold the reigns of power? The Florida senator breezily claims there is no election fraud in his state, but what if he is the fraud? Apparently, the learned senator is unfamiliar with a 2012 study by the Pew Center on the States entitled “Inaccurate, Costly and Inefficient: Evidence that American Voter Registration Systems Needs an Upgrade.” That report indicates:

  • Approximately 24 million voter registrations, or 1 in 8, are invalid or substantially inaccurate
  • Some 2.75 million people are registered to vote in multiple states
  • 1.8 million dead people are still on the active voter rolls

So beyond the pivotal electoral outcome of the sunshine state what of the other 49, Mr. Rubio? What of a more recent survey that indicates that 13% of illegals confess to fraudulent voting? And what of Democratic-run cities like historically crooked Chicago where the dead unfailingly vote for Democrats every four years?

How can Marco Rubio claim closed-eyed ignorance? Precisely as Obama and Hillary, he, as they, sees not a smidgen of corruption. Shockingly, this fop even parrots Mrs. Clinton’s laughable narrative that “foreign governments” are interfering in the presidential election. The actual problem remains infinitely closer to home. “Little Marco” need only borrow a mirror from his progressive friends on Capitol Hill.

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