Sunday, October 14, 2007

Shocking new film -- Hillary Uncensored -- comes to Dartmouth

Doug from Upland writes to let us know that the explosive new film Hillary Uncensored is headed to Dartmouth. The documentary will premiere at the Hanover, New Hampshire school on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 2pm. The film describes what some have called "the largest election law fraud in history."

How explosive is the film? The "rough cut" of the trailer was uploaded to Google as a private -- i.e., hidden -- posting in July. For the past three days, it's been Google's top-ranked video.

You can see a sneak preview of the trailer here. And if you happen to be in Manhattan, the film will be shown on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7pm at the historic Metropolitan Republican Club.

The video itself is fascinating. Federal election law experts are on record as saying that a newly discovered videotape (included in the documentary) "shows Hillary Clinton in the process of committing at least four or five felonies under federal election law."

A whistleblower-support organization called the United States Justice Foundation relates that "the tape indicates Clinton – despite denials throughout six years of investigation – was directly involved with business mogul Peter Franklin Paul in producing a lavish Hollywood fundraiser in August 2000 that eventually cost Paul nearly $2 million."

In fact, if Clinton participated in the planning of the fundraising event, it:

...would make Paul's substantial contributions a direct donation to her Senate campaign rather than her joint fundraising committee, violating federal statutes that limit "hard money" contributions to a candidate to $2,000 per person. Knowingly accepting or soliciting $25,000 or more in a calendar year is a felony carrying a prison sentence of up to five years...

Now that the video has come to light, Doug alerted the FBI to a series of suspicious events including possible FEC violations.

Back to the premiere. Doug offers a humorous take regarding the reasons Dartmouth is a particularly apt choice for the premiere of the film:

New Hampshire is, of course, buzzing with political activity as the candidates are trying to get their message out to the voters in the state that has traditionally held the nation's first primary.

It really is about time that the voters in New Hampshire become acquainted with the scandal and coverup directed by Hillary that eclipses Watergate. Obstruction of justice, campaign finance felonies, a sham trial, and four false FEC reports are not the best items to have on a presidential candidate's resume...

Dartmouth will be a great venue. It was the recent scene of a Democratic debate. Peter Paul went to school there. Hillary went there for a Winter Carnival blind date and got ditched. Her date got stinking drunk... stripped down to his shorts, got his surfboard, and tried to surf the little moguls on the golf course.

Hillary talked about that blind date with Peter at the Spago luncheon. He has the discussion on film. She was very animated and told how everyone was watching this guy and worried that he might freeze to death.

Hillary, of course, lied in her sworn declaration to the court in which she said she could remember nothing of what she and Peter had discussed. When she says that at her deposition, she will be confronted with the film. What about it, smartest woman in the world?

This should really be fun. It would be a nice touch if I could see a protester get tazed...

Here's a request for a favor: check out the trailer and then email this post to three of your friends with a request they do the same.

It's time we broke the mainstream media's blockade of Peter Paul's historic civil suit against the Clintons.

Update: Doug from Upland certainly has brass. Check out his invitation (click to zoom):

Will Hillary be polite enough to RSVP? Stay tuned.

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