Hillary Rodham Clinton

I mentioned Hillary’s father’s ties to the Chicago Mob in Rumors... then got distracted by the ‘body count’. (Believe it or not, Wikipedia also lists his occupation as ‘draperies’. Maybe he had something to do with them. I don’t know. I do know that my husband’s maternal grandfather was Al Capone’s mechanic and had plenty of spicy tales to share before he passed.)

Hillary was born on : Oct 26, 1947 in Chicago, IL, Her father, Hugh Ellsworth Rodham (1911–1993). His father was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of Hugh Rodham (1879–1965) and his mother was Hannah Jones (1882–1952)

Want to know why this is important?  Well, I hope you watch this video clip from 2013  thbecause  Larry Nichols, who was part of the team that put Bill Clinton in Arkansas’ governorship said, “Hillary Clinton’s daddy was Hugh [Ellsworth] Rodham….Dan Rostenkowski and Hugh Rodham took over the Chicago mob from the Capone organization. That’s why Bill wanted Hillary, because she had the mob money. That’s why whenever you mentioned Bill Clinton during those days, what did you talk about? Dan Lasater, cocaine; Mena, cocaine; Tyson, cocaine; boys on the track, cocaine. Well, those people made a lot of money with a Clinton being president, and you can bet that like after a term again in that tower.” …. this mentioned during the video plus a lot more.

This is another excellent source of information.unnamed-9

Rumors pt 2 explains why the media is not giving us both sides of the news and Rumors pt 3 expanded on that explanation. Lies…. and Lies…. pt b share an example of how false the news is reporting Trump…..

I keep hearing Hillary’s ads ranting about some sexist comment Trump made years ago.He was  bornJune 14, 1946  in Queens, NY and I don’t think anyone will argue with my assessment that he is an alpha male… They can be rude and I don’t think I know a single seventy-year-old alpha male who has never made some sort of inappropriate comment. Have you?  ctj54hkxeaiw2cn

So, fine, Trump was rude…

Does anyone want me to try and put together a list of woman that had issues with Bill Clinton? It’ll take some research, to dig through all the dirt, but if y’all are seriously interested, in a couple days, I can find time to at least start the list…. I doubt that Monica was the last and know for a fact she wasn’t the first.

 

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Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at: www.jeannefoguth.com.

19 thoughts on “Hillary Rodham Clinton”

  1. I have been enjoying these posts as a lot of it is information we don’t hear in Canada. One very interesting thing about this post is that Hillary’s Dad and mine (plus my American great grandfather) share something – Ellsworth as a middle name. I am now going to have to dig deeper into the Rodham family history and mine! LOL

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    1. IMHO, sharing the middle name is quite a bit better than my mother-in-law’s father repairing Capone’s cars! I had to think long and hard before confessing that.
      I certainly encourage you to research that family. I don’t know what you hear on the news, but all we hear is how far ahead HRC is… I suspect she is trying to do something similar to her actions prior to California’s vote, when it was announced – prior to the election – that she had enough votes (false) to win the nomination. Too many people want to vote for ‘the winner’. Down here (Florida) there was only a tiny blip about Trump’s Melbourne rally, which created a traffic jam that would otherwise have made national news… Yet the same reporters talk about ‘long lines’ waiting for HRC’s rally…

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      1. Oh, I agree about your connection a little harder to take. My great grandfather (the Ellsworth one) made a name for himself when he came to Canada and was approached by the Bronfman brothers to buy into their new distillery. He was a very proper man and decided that their rum-running during prohibition was not his style! They eventually went on to buy out Seagram’s Whiskey! Still, not Capone’s mechanic.

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      2. Just think…. if your grandfather had made a different choice, he might have me my husband’s grandfather…
        Coincidences like this make me think the world is very small. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. His grandparents divorced (unheard of back then) and his grandmother moved herself and the kids to another state, so my husband was never raised in the criminal atmosphere. His grandfather would visit for about a week every year.

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    1. Many bad guys have/had a good side.
      As I study HRC’s history, the scale seems to show a lot more of ‘the dark side’. Worse, her words do not match her actions. She scares me!

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  2. Well mommy says she grew up in a sexist and racist time. And she still has some of those ides herself. Womens work and mens work and such. She;s less offended by a man treatin’ her like a woman than anypawdy who lies or has committed a crime. Even ifin treatin’ her like a woman means tellin’ her their are some jobs she can’t do. Mommy actually believes women have no business in fox holes tryin’ to fight a war. But dat’s a whole nother subject. Anyways, we’s purretty sure most men are still a bit sexist. It’s just their nature.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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    1. I agree with your mom on a lot of points. Physically, each gender is better for certain things…. I have always believed that if males were the ones who got pregnant, and thus carried the baby for nine months, then endured pain of childbirth, etc., the human race would have died out millennia ago.

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