Many of those complaints come from the Mainstream Corporate Media Complex. The third and final debate showed us just how hypocritical they are in their concerns.
In this final debate, we have seen some of the starkest policy differences in the positions of these two campaigns than we saw in the previous two debates.
The debate moderator, Chris Wallace, did the best job of all the previous debate moderators in keeping on the issues and the debate between the candidates as opposed to debating the candidates himself.
It was a debate that provided a clear contrast to many issues.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, made it clear that the constitution should be interpreted the ways the founders intended, and that he would appoint judges that would respect the constitution and not try to be an activist or lawmaker.
As a side note, the founders did institute a mechanism to change the constitution if needed because of changing times. It is the creating of this alternative outlook on its interpretation that activist has used because of their inability to make the changes they desire in that proper manner. Only one branch of government was empowered to make law, congress.
The supreme court question was also made clear regarding the questions about the second amendment.
Once again Hillary Clinton said that the supreme court got it wrong and that she would like justices that would limit the second amendment. On the other hand, Donald Trump made it very clear that he wants the court to not make law, but uphold the constitution.
The other issue that was made crystal clear was each candidate’s view of unborn life. Hillary Clinton’s position that an unborn life has no rights until it’s official birth.
Donald Trump made it clear that his personal view is for the sanctity of life, however, is should be left to the states to determine as laid out in the constitution on its legality.
There was also a clear difference on their immigration views. The first thing Hillary Clinton said when asked a question about immigration, was to express her concern for the illegals.
Then she said, “I don’t want to see the deportation force that Donald has talked about in action in our country.”
That deportation force that he has spoken about is U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement run by The Department of Homeland Security.
She then continued that “law enforcement officers would be going school to school, home to home, business to business, rounding up people who are undocumented. And we would then have to put them on trains, on buses to get them out of our country.”
This was a complete mischaracterization of how ICE does its work in enforcing our immigration laws.
Chris Wallace did follow up with her regarding new information that has come out about what she has said on the matter behind closed doors to a Brazilian bank, for which she was paid $225,000.
About the new revelation from WikiLeaks Wallace continued “that you said this, and I want to quote. “My dream is a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders.”… Is that your dream, open borders?”
Hillary Clinton did not answer the question.
Donald Trump’s reply is that “we either have a country or we don’t. We’re a country of laws. We either have a border or we don’t.”
He also pointed out that Barack Obama has deported millions of illegal aliens.
The debate contained many other points of interest that anyone who is voting in this year’s election should be aware of. The economy, national defense, reports on the corruption of the Clinton Foundation, the claims of Clinton operatives of inciting violence at Trump events, trade, and Obama Care.
Following this article, we have both a transcript and a video of the debate. Everyone should take a look at one of them if not both.
With all of this substantive information that was covered, though, after all was said and done, the Corporate Mainstream Media Complex decided to ignore most of it.
Instead, they decided to blow up one statement that Donald Trump made about reserving his right of not conceding the election until he sees the voting results.
To an industry that has long ago conceded its honesty, self-respect, and integrity, it was a foreign concept that they could not grasp.