New Wikileaks Release Offers Disturbing Look Into Hillary Clinton’s Paid Speeches

Author: Cayton McDonald

Newly released information from hacked emails released by Wikileaks  offer an interesting insight into the truth behind what Hillary Clinton says in public and what she actually means. The information reveals what goes on in the coveted “no press allowed” paid speeches by the former secretary of state. Clinton admits she is “out of touch” with everyday Americans due to her and her husbands lavish lifestyle they have accrued as public servants, but says she does not forget her roots from her days living with her parents growing up. She then goes on to say how it is necessary to have “public and a private policy positions” to “keep the public from getting nervous.”


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Further, in a Clinton Speech At UConn on 4/23/14 she openly admitted to knowing the cyber attacks were “happening every hour” at the state department, despite her use of private emails and multiple devices at the time. She then goes on to admit that “it was still against the rules to let most — or let all foreign service officers have access to a blackberry” contrary to her public statements about her private use of classified information. Perhaps for once she is being honest when she says she has separate “public and private policies” for the Americans she wants to lead.


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All of this information has come from one single email from the thousands that wikileaks released today. More information will be provided as journalists scour through to find out all that can be found. You can find this particular email at


An excited Hillary Clinton

In other emails that included exerpts of her closed door speeches Secretary Clinton stated “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere,” Clinton ‘s remarks were from a speech for Banco Itau, a Brazilian bank, on May 16, 2013. It is obvious that her denial for the heavily criticized TPP (Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership) is simply another one of her “public only” policies while in private she supports such trade deals.

In all fairness, a tape from 2005 was released the same day that reveals Trump having a very lewd conversation about women on a bus and even admitted to making a failed attempt to have sexual relations with a married woman. Hillary Clinton described the comments as “horrific” in a tweet following their release. Although his comments were absolutely reprehensible, to his credit he did offer an immediate apology Friday night in a video released on his Facebook page(found here His opponent has yet to offer any comment on the newly released emails as she has decided to, once again, take an extended break to “prepare for the debate.” If you have been living under a rock for the last two years you might not realize that Hillary Clinton has been accused of slandering and silencing women her husband has sexually assaulted and harassed on numerous occasions. In November of 1998, Bill Clinton settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with Paula Jones for the amount of $850,000. Paula Jones has been an outspoken supporter of Donald Trump throughout the election, as well as Juanita Broadrrick, Kathleen Willey, Gennifer Flowers and other women that have accused the former president of everything from sexual harassment to even rape.


Juanita Broaddrick

In the case of Juanita Broadrrick, an interview with her was given to Breitbart news disclosing the former president had raped her, not once, but twice and can be found at If what Donald Trump said about women is described as “horrific” by the former Secretary of State, what should be said about this? I think the word “deplorable” would be the most fitting.



Cayton McDonald

Cayton McDonald

Cayton McDonald – Bio

First and foremost I am a family man, married to my best friend and beautiful wife and all together we have five children. I am also a business owner, researcher, guitar player for nearly two decades, singer/songwriter, and someday hope to finish a book I have been researching and outlining for a while now.

I grew up in church my whole life, I traveled the country leading worship at various youth camps while just in high school and had a band that had made it to the radio on several occasions and was getting noticed by some very big people. I ended up quitting the band so I could attend Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri for three years where I majored in Intercultural Studies. My plan was to become a missionary some day but God had other plans for me.   I ultimately ended up receiving Christ while I was there realizing that I had never really understood what it meant to really give my life to God. I had gone through the motions but just wasn’t truly living the life, just talking the talk. Immediately after that I entered the roughest time of my entire life.

I left college hating God because of the people who claimed to follow Him and their actions or lack thereof. I ended up with a massive drug habit and saw the darkest parts of this world first hand. I saw death face to face and I even tried to take my life a few times, fortunately to no avail. I ended up in rehab on my birthday after I had lost nearly every friend I had to either death or prison. Even after this I still struggled for a few years with my addiction but eventually was able to overcome my demons and really started to find out who God was for myself, instead of having other people tell me who he was. Now that is all that I do.

I now own a business that God has blessed beyond words and spend most of the time I have with my family as much as possible. They are what is most important in my life, but i still find time to jam out on the guitar, write music and help with the worship team in my church. I live in Richland Hills, TX with my wife Sabrina, my children Ryan (14), Jackson (12), Lola (7), Carolina (5), Paxton(3), and our overgrown German shepherd Hans.