HILLARY CLINTON: THE MOVIE — Banned by the Courts in 2008

Just why was it banned? That’s the crucial question!

SOTN Editor’s Note:
If there is just one video which MUST be viewed about the Clinton legacy, the YouTube below is it.
Don’t take our word for it, just watch it.

For only when a sufficient number of patriots have understood the true back stories to so many Clinton scandals and wrongdoings will they both be banned from public office … FOREVER!


BoogieFinger News

Published on May 9, 2015

‘Hillary, the Movie’ case to be reheard
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UPI) — The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it wants a case involving federal election law and an attack “documentary” on Hillary Clinton reheard next September.

The justices said new argument should address two key Supreme Court precedents upholding federal election law and whether the high court should “overrule either or both.”

At stake in the case is a provision of a 2002 federal campaign law that bans “election communications” funded by corporations or unions close to an election.

The justices heard argument earlier this term, with former U.S. Solicitor General Ted Olson representing the producers of “Hillary, the Movie.” The film’s backers wanted to make it available as an “on demand” movie on cable television during the 2008 race for the presidency.

But federal courts ruled the movie, financed partly with funds from unnamed corporations, violated the 2002 McCain-Feingold law.

Deputy U.S. Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart, defending the law, suggested the Constitution not only allows the restriction of the “documentary” message when offered “on demand,” but also on the Internet, on a DVD or in a book, even at a public library.

(Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission, No. 08-205.)





One Response to “HILLARY CLINTON: THE MOVIE — Banned by the Courts in 2008”

  1. Lynn says:

    This woman / thing. Is going down and when she is indited America will blow.

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