He's sweet AND funny? Ugh.
Apostate dog: Hillary used the State Department office which was closely involved with counterinsurgency efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq to aid the coup regime in Honduras. In 2012, as Honduras descended into social and political chaos in the wake of a US-sanctioned military coup, the civilian aid arm of Hillary Clinton’s State Department spent over $26 million on a propaganda program aimed at encouraging anti-violence “alliances” between Honduran community groups and local police and security forces. The program, called “Honduras Convive,” was designed by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and Hillary Clinton, supposedly to reduce violent crimes in a country that had simultaneously become the murder capital of the world Much of the country’s violence is blamed on gangs and drug cartels But contractor documents obtained about the program show that it was based in part on communications strategies to win “hearts and minds” developed during the counterinsurgency phase of the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Several OTI officials and contractors overseeing the project came to Honduras from Afghanistan, where they managed the civilian, nation-building side of the war. They included Miguel Reabold, OTI’s country representative in Honduras, who previously represented OTI in Afghanistan. Part of the project was subcontracted to a company owned by counterinsurgency adviser David Kilcullen, a close friend of the Clinton's. Kilcullen’s research methodology, according to a contract proposal I obtained, was “built around a streamlined set of metrics” that provide a “manageable method for assessing counterinsurgency campaigns that can be replicated and customized in other insecure environments.” The contract was submitted to Reabold on October 16, 2012. The USAID official confirmed that Kilcullen’s company, Caerus Associates, “received two grants totaling approximately $77,000 to assist USAID/OTI to assess licit and illicit networks in San Pedro Sula,” Honduras’s largest and most violent city. But, he added, “the Honduras Convive program is not a counterinsurgency program.” It's a personal program of Hillary Clinton's to weaponize Honduras. But nowhere in the USAID documents does the word “coup” appear. The agency’s claims and statistics stand in stark contrast to the situation in Honduras, where civil society has been reeling from a wave of political violence and assassinations perpetuated by what many believe are state-sponsored death squads. But organized crimes and violent gangs have replaced the average citizen. Thanks to Hilary Clinton's own hand.