Hillary (Jezebel) still running for president – to be nominated for roll-call vote at DNC in Denver

The anti-Messiah spirit of Jezebel lives on in the soul of Hillary Clinton – this wicked pro-abortion woman and her Ahab husband Bill have not given up the hope of a last minute usurpation of pro-abort Barack Obama. After all, it was “her turn” as anointed by the Illuminati Establishment NWO global elites, whom she and her masonic, CFR-member, former Trilateralist, former Bilderberger, husband Bill Clinton have served much of their adult lives.

Hillary “Jezebel” Clinton collected nearly 1,900 delegates in the primary season against Obama, while Obama got more than 2,250 delegates. That means there’s only a difference of about 350 or so delegates out of about 4,150 delegates, between Hillary’s and Obama’s supporters, as counted during the long five month Democratic presidential primary process. That also means if only 175 or so delegates (including superdelegates) were to flip-flop their support from Obama to Hillary, then Hillary could steal the nomination right out from under Obama on the night of the roll-call vote, which will most likely be conducted on Wednesday night, August 27 of the DNC in Denver.

Does anyone really believe the evil, corrupt Clinton duo of Bill and Hillary are beyond offering both the carrot and the stick to 175 or so out of the 2,250 delegates who went for Obama in the primary season, to switch to Hitlery ? Does anyone who knows the sordid track record of the Clinton duo, going back to their days in Arkansas, really believe they are beyond bribing, intimidating, threatening, making promises, doing whatever it takes, to secure Hillary the 2008 Democratic Presidential Nomination so she can satisfy her hunger for power, and reach her aspiration as “Queen Bee” of the most powerful nation (for now) on planet earth ?

Has the collective memory of Americans really forgotten the suspect deaths of then White House counsel Vince Foster, and then Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown ?
List of Dead People Connected with Bill Clinton

In the last month-plus since Hillary “suspended” [not “ended”] her campaign, how many times, really, has she campaigned by herself for Obama ? – Answer: ONCE. It was only a few days ago, on August 8th, that Hillary made her first solo stump appearance for Obama in Nevada.

“On Saturday, June 7, 2008, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton suspended her pioneering presidential bid with a truly moving final summation of her primary campaign, declaring her full support for Senator Barack Obama — She ‘suspended’ but did ‘end’ her campaign, this means that legally, at any time she could take up where she left off.”

Don’t count Hitlery out yet, America could still be judged (as we so richly deserve) with the curse of Hillary “Jezebel” Clinton as President [ 🙁 ]. In the opinion of this author, that has been “Plan A” for the Illuminati Establishment NWO global elites (CFR / TC / Skull and Bones / Bilderberger / Freemason Shriners / Vatican / Jesuits) since at least January 20, 2005 after their successful re-inauguration of masonic Skull and Bones secret society Illuminist puppet, obedient NWO servant George W. Bush as President of the United States (as he stood facing the national obelisk [Washington Monument] and included in his speech an affirmation of the Latin words “Novus Ordo Seclorum” found on the Great Seal of the United States, stating “our Founders declared a new order of the ages” [translation – “New World Order”] – www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/01/20050120-1.html

“As for My people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O My people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.” Isaiah 3:12

Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life


Clinton to get roll call at Democratic convention
Posted on Fri, Aug. 15, 2008
Associated Press Writer


Clinton backers secure nomination roll-call vote
[emphasis added]

By Jae C. Hong, AP
The name of former Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton, the senator from New York, will be placed in nomination at the Democratic National Convention later this month in Denver.
Here, Clinton is seen campaigning for presidential contender Barack Obama, the senator from Illinois, on Aug. 8 in Henderson, Nev.


August 14, 2008

Since June, Senators Obama and Clinton have been working together to ensure a Democratic victory this November. They are both committed to winning back the White House and to to ensuring that the voices of all 35 million people who participated in this historic primary election are respected and heard in Denver. To honor and celebrate these voices and votes, both Senator Obama’s and Senator Clinton’s names will be placed in nomination.

“I am convinced that honoring Senator Clinton’s historic campaign in this way will help us celebrate this defining moment in our history and bring the party together in a strong united fashion,” said Senator Barack Obama.

Senator Obama’s campaign encouraged Senator Clinton’s name to be placed in nomination as a show of unity and in recognition of the historic race she ran and the fact that she was the first woman to compete in all of our nation’s primary contests.

“With every voice heard and the Party strongly united, we will elect Senator Obama President of the United States and put our nation on the path to peace and prosperity once again,” said Senator Hillary Clinton.

Senator Obama and Senator Clinton are looking forward to a convention unified behind Barack Obama as the Party’s nominee and to victory this fall for America.

Clinton backers secure nomination roll-call vote

By Kathy Kiely, USA TODAY
August 14, 2008
[emphasis added]

WASHINGTON ­ Hillary Rodham Clinton’s supporters will get to place her name in nomination at the Democratic National Convention later this month, forcing a roll call vote that would demonstrate the extent of support for the New York senator.

The campaigns of Clinton and the presumptive Democratic nominee, Barack Obama, announced the agreement in a joint statement Thursday.

“I am convinced that honoring Senator Clinton’ s historic campaign in this way will help us celebrate this defining moment in our history and bring the party together in a strong united fashion,” Obama said in the statement.

Clinton said: “With every voice heard and the (Democratic) Party strongly united, we will elect Senator Obama President of the United States and put our nation on the path to peace and prosperity once again.”

Clinton picked up about 18 million votes and nearly 1,900 delegates in her primary battle against Obama. He got more than 2,250 delegates ­ more than necessary to clinch. She conceded to the Illinois senator June 7 and threw her support behind him, but hadn’t ruled out lending her name to a nominating effort.

Details and mechanics of how the nomination will be made are being worked out, the Associated Press reported.

Aides to Obama had prepared for the possibility Clinton would be nominated. “There’s no perfect solution for anybody,” Steve Hildebrand, Obama’s deputy campaign manager, told USA TODAY this week. But he expressed confidence Democrats will pull together no matter what the outcome. “I think we will end up being just fine, roll call or no roll call.”

At a California fundraiser last month, Clinton suggested that a roll call would be “a catharsis” for her supporters. “I happen to believe that we will come out stronger if people feel their voices were heard and their views were respected,” she told a group of Democrats in Los Altos Hills.

“I think it would be excellent,” said Lorraine Hariton, who hosted the gathering.

Others are opposed. “I think it would be very divisive,” said Santa Clara County Assessor Larry Stone, who also attended the fundraiser. Stone, who said he backed Clinton in the primaries, argued that a convention tally of her support would only help the cause of the presumptive Republican nominee. “John McCain would love it,” he said.

At issue is whether a floor vote on the nomination would help heal or further open wounds left by a bruising primary campaign between two history-making candidates. Obama is the first African American to win a major party nomination for the presidency; Clinton is the first woman to have vied seriously for the same post.

To recognize Clinton’s accomplishment, convention organizers have given her a prime-time slot to address the convention in Denver on Aug. 26 ­ 88 years after the 19th Amendment took effect and gave women the right to vote.

[ CCL Note: The 19th Amendment is a curse upon America – dividing families, and undermining the God-given authority and responsibility God has placed upon the husband and father in a home. No doubt this undermining of the authority of men for now four or five generations in the United States has contributed to the high divorce rate in America. Rebellious, feminist women have helped destroy one of the very things they rightly, justly, and deservedly most desire and seek – security in a stable marriage and home. ]

Some of Clinton’s supporters are circulating a petition to put her name in nomination. Democratic Party rules require the signatures of 300 delegates, with no more than 50 coming from a single state. The rules also require that the candidate sign the petition.

[article continues]

Contributing: Associated Press

Copyright 2008 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Co. Inc.


Additional stories related to Bill and Hillary Clinton:

Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” for 2007
[ Hillary Clinton # 1 of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” on Judicial Watch list for 2007 ]

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown died when a U.S. Air Force passenger aircraft crashed on its approach to landing in Croatia on April 3, 1996. Forensic evidence indicates there was a possible .45 caliber bullet wound in Ron Brown’s skull.
www.whatreallyhappened.com /RANCHO/CRASH/ BROWN /bullet.html

Hillary Clinton’s husband was president when the so-called F.A.C.E. law was passed in May 1994, making federal crimes out of peaceful non-violent sit-ins at abortion centers, which had been state trespass law violations previously.

Hillary Clinton’s husband was president when the dead body of Vince Foster, Deputy White House counsel, and former law partner of Hillary Clinton was found on July 20, 1993 in Fort Marcy Park, Virginia, outside Washington, D.C.

For a detailed review of numerous crime scene inconsistencies that point to “homicide” instead of “suicide,” the video “The Death of Vince Foster ? – What Really Happened ?” (60 minutes) is recommended, presented by Citizens ForHonest Government (1995), and distributed by Jeremiah Films (1-800-828-2290).

Additional video on President Bill Clinton – “The Clinton Chronicles” – distributed by Jeremiah Films (1-800-828-2290).

Hillary Clinton’s husband was president when over 70 men, women, and children of a religious cult were burned to death in a US military combat engineer vehicle (CEV) assault on a civilian compound in Waco, Texas on April 19, 1993.

Hillary Clinton’s husband was governor of Arkansas when the bodies of two young adults (16 year old Don Henry and 17 year old Kevin Ives) were placed on railroad tracks in Saline County, near Mena Airport, and struck by an oncoming train. For a detailed review of the alleged cover-up of what appears to be a dual-murder of two young men who werewitnesses to the airdrops of illegal drugs from low-flying aircraft near Mena Airport, in a case that involves apparent government corruption among county, state, and federal officials, involving law enforcement, a coroner, prosecutors, and judges, in Bill Clinton’s state of Arkansas, the video “Obstruction of Justice – The Mena Connection” (60 minutes) is recommended, presented by Integrity Films (1996), and distributed by Jeremiah Films (1-800-828-2290).

For further reference (for all those voters today under 40 years old who may not remember the plethora of scandals during the Bill and Hillary co-Presidency years; these sources cover just the Clinton’s Whitewater scandal:


“… I will build My church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” Matthew 16:18
Yeshua Messiah

Hallelu-Yah !

Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life
PO Box 50358
Columbia, SC
(803) 765-0916
August 15, 2008

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