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Planted "crowd members" at Hillary speech pretend to faint

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posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 07:13 PM
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Recently a video was posted here that showed HILLARY Clinton putting on a fake accent for people of the city she was talking to, and in the comments a fellow ATSer who skipped through the video pointed out how Hillary pretended to vocally "tend" to someone in the crowd who had fainted. Well, this has happened before and it turns out that during Obamas first campaign tour in believe, in about 8 or 9 different speeches someone in the crowd "faints" while he is talking about Obama care and he proceeds to ask if someone has any water, in one occasion the person is right behind him and he psychically aids her and then the crowd cheers. This video below from a Hillary speech this week has someone fainting and Hillary asking if someone could get them some water, starting at 6 minutes and ten seconds into the video, the same thing in Obamas rally where he asks for the water and if a doctor is near, and one time having his own water bottle on hand. The video below Hillarys video from this week shows several different Obama speeches recorded on cell phones where this same exact thing happens a dozen times, and at the end of the video there's a clip of Hillary doing it back in 2013 as well, and the reaction time to the person "fainting" is priceless. Not very good acting.

Starts at 6:10


Obama care fainting




edit on 21-11-2015 by Telepathy3 because: (no reason given)

edit on Sat Nov 21 2015 by DontTreadOnMe because: Reaffirming Our Desire For Productive Political Debate (REVISED)




posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 07:19 PM
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LOL Hillery.....
LOL Trump also I guess.....



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 07:32 PM
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a reply to: bluemooone2

Wow, that was a little on the nose lol. And apparently more people faint at presidential speeches during health care rants then people do at heavy metal mosh pits
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posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 07:55 PM
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a reply to: Telepathy3

In a warm, crowded place with that many people, someone may faint. The odds are for it.

In regard to 'fake accent', Hillary lived in Arkansas for a long time. I have lived in many different places. Believe me when I tell you, when I return to one of them, after talking to people for just 2 hours, the Buffalo accent drops and the old one comes back. That quick.

In Northern Ca, I will be saying 'hell of' a LOT or 'hella'. And talking a lot slower. In skype with my UK friends, suddenly I am like Downton Abbey.



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posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 08:00 PM
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Breitbart better source my post when they run with this story...

That's all I'm saying.




I've seen people faint at the sight of Michael Jackson...

Hillary Clinton is not Michael Jackson.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 08:08 PM
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a reply to: CharlieSpeirs

I was gonna mention you and give your name credit since It reminded me to post Obamas ten times doing it a few years back, but I thought I would maybe be against ats policy or something



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 09:09 PM
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a reply to: Telepathy3

I feel nauseated when Hillary speaks, but I never feel faint.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 09:36 PM
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It's sad that people actually buy her BS. If it wasn't staged I'm sure Hilary was generally concerned.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 09:44 PM
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Probably staged to emphasize and illustrate how really really concerned Hillary is about women's health.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 09:51 PM
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You guys have too much time on your hands.

I wonder if the next time I see a kid pass-out during a school choir recital I should consider it to be an act in which the goal is a nefarious plot to change public perception.




posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:12 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
You guys have too much time on your hands.

I wonder if the next time I see a kid pass-out during a school choir recital I should consider it to be an act in which the goal is a nefarious plot to change public perception.



Isn't that what a conspiracy forum is all about? Bringing to light conspiracies, no matter how far out they may be?

I've been in some pretty hot situations, because of my job. I've never fainted. Maybe it's because I'm tougher, not sure, but given the theatrics we've seen over the years, it doesn't surprise me if it's part of the show. If people will accept payment to protest something they don't even care about, I'm sure they'll accept money to cause a scene.

That's my logical deduction. I could be wrong.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:20 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
You guys have too much time on your hands.

I wonder if the next time I see a kid pass-out during a school choir recital I should consider it to be an act in which the goal is a nefarious plot to change public perception.



it is weird isn't it. Someone faints and they expect her to just shrug her shoulders and keep going... someone in her position would do well to even fake being concerned.

But it's a plant, an actor, who faked it just so people could youtube it and compare it to the obvious fake fainting person at obamas thing, because these things are so obvious that to not do them would raise an eyebrow..

wait, what?

:/



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:21 PM
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originally posted by: Freth

originally posted by: introvert
You guys have too much time on your hands.

I wonder if the next time I see a kid pass-out during a school choir recital I should consider it to be an act in which the goal is a nefarious plot to change public perception.



Isn't that what a conspiracy forum is all about? Bringing to light conspiracies, no matter how far out they may be?


When we start tackling the REAL conspiracies then I'll be ok with it.

I mean, why wont NASA tell us about the blue midgets on the outer rings of saturn. Everyone knows they are there. The evidence is that NASA never ever show us them.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:24 PM
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It is said that fainting is the result of a lack of oxygen to the brain which makes sense that people would faint when they are in the vicinity of oxygen thieves.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:33 PM
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a reply to: introvert

Too much time on our hands? Your not new to this site so I'm wondering why your making this sound like it's the most insane conspiracy you've ever heard. Someone faints on a dozen different occasions during his Obama health care talks and that's a coincidence to you. Fine, but don't act mad and say theres too much time on peoples hands because they think something differently then you and because they recognized a patterned dozens of times over and over and Obama saying the same things every time. Like freth said, if people are willing to protest things they don't even care about, people will be willing to cause scenes like this.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:35 PM
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a reply to: Freth



Isn't that what a conspiracy forum is all about? Bringing to light conspiracies, no matter how far out they may be?


It sure is.

What makes ATS great is that there are few of us that like to bring people back down to Earth.

But I hope they enjoy the trip.



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:40 PM
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a reply to: Telepathy3



Your not new to this site so I'm wondering why your making this sound like it's the most insane conspiracy you've ever heard.


I've said nothing of the sort and this is hardly close to the most insane conspiracy I've ever heard.



Fine, but don't act mad and say theres too much time on peoples hands because they think something differently then you and because they recognized a patterned dozens of times over and over and Obama saying the same things every time.


I'm not mad at all, nor do I worry that someone thinks differently than I do. What concerns me is that people see this "pattern" and think that it matters in the slightest.

What purpose does someone fainting at a political speech serve? Do you actually want to make the case that it somehow helps the candidate in some way?

How does it help them to the extent that a conspiracy seems beneficial?



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:43 PM
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originally posted by: Telepathy3
a reply to: introvert

Too much time on our hands? Your not new to this site so I'm wondering why your making this sound like it's the most insane conspiracy you've ever heard. Someone faints on a dozen different occasions during his Obama health care talks and that's a coincidence to you. Fine, but don't act mad and say theres too much time on peoples hands because they think something differently then you and because they recognized a patterned dozens of times over and over and Obama saying the same things every time. Like freth said, if people are willing to protest things they don't even care about, people will be willing to cause scenes like this.


The sad thing is I used to care about it. I was heavily invested in politics and outcomes. I think conspiracy theories (and understood truths, like this) ruined my ability to be surprised or care. Occam's Razor can be applied here; in this case, the simplest answer is that the fainting is probably part of the show.

Some people are driven by emotion, (probably) especially Hillary supporters. A faint or two ramps up the emotion of those in attendance and those watching, bringing a perceived human element where there isn't necessarily one to be had.
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posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 10:43 PM
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a reply to: Sublimecraft

Did you even watch the video, or did you come to your conclusion just by reading what I wrote. Not that your reasoning is crazy but you clearly drew a conclusion without knowing exactly how these event took place and what conversation points preceded them, as if it just sounded to crazy for you. How you do say you know with 100 percent that something like this couldn't have possible ever happened



posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 11:12 PM
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a reply to: Telepathy3

I didn't respond to the original "fake accent" thread because I have no interest in defending Hillary Clinton but since this ridiculousness is "a thing" now, I might as well throw in my two cents.

I grew up in Georgia, about a half an hour from Alabama. I'm not hearing it. Also, I've lived in NJ for nearly two decades now (since I was 20) and my accent has faded considerably. However, if I'm back in Georgia for more than a few days, I can feel myself sliding back into those old familiar speech patterns. When my mom died last year, I was in Georgia for about a month and by the time I came home, I was even saying fixin'.

That said, Hillary is pro. Infant Hillary probably came into the world wearing a pantsuit and immediately started giving stump speeches to the nurses in the delivery room. It's pretty obvious that like most politicians, she's making a big effort to seem "like on of us" and of course, she is not.

As for the fainting:

Last month at a Trump rally a woman fainted:



Maybe there's a woman who has some weird fainting-at-political-rallies fetish?
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