If you were to read some of the audience’s comments in THIS diary, yesterday, you’d be
misled to believe that Hillary Clinton’s “undecided” when it comes to her sentiments about Fast Track, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and the other two corporatocratic, global trade deals (The TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership [TTIP] and Trade In Services Annex [TISA] to the General Agreement on Trade In Services [GATS]), currently on the White House’s agenda for passage on Capitol Hill.
Luckily, Sam Knight provides the audience with some clarity as he tells it like it is, earlier today, over at the The Intercept’s new “Unofficial Sources” blog—and accounting for Occam’s Razor–providing a pretty clear indication that Hillary’s positions on these 99%-job-killing trade deals are, almost certainly, directly aligned with the White House.
This site’s owner tells us Hillary’s a true liberal. While I know that’s somewhat of a certainty on most social issues, it sure doesn’t appear to be the case when it comes to economic matters and foreign policy. With many of her State Department’s most senior staffers having passed through D.C.’s notorious revolving door of late, and now lobbying for Fast Track and the TPP on the Hill, how can it be?
Don’t take my word for it. Here’s Knight’s report from earlier this morning…