Clinton emails reveal frequent communications with Rothschild family

The wikileak emails are the Christmas gifts that just keep giving. Sunday afternoon The Daily News spent it’s time combing over most of the emails thus far digging up the most shocking pieces. In our investigation, we discovered a frequent line of communication between Lynn Forester De Rothschild, yes, you read that right.

via wikileaks …

From: Lynn Forester de Rothschild <<>> Date: Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 7:15 PM Subject: FW: Elizabeth Warren To: “Cheryl Mills (<>)”

<<>> I think this blog overstates what Warren was doing, but we need to craft the economic message for Hillary so that Warren’s common inaccurate conclusions are addressed. Xoxo Lynn Sen. Elizabeth Warren professes that she is not running for president, but her Wednesday speech to a major labor conference is loaded with not-terribly-veiled references to Hillary Clinton and attacks on Bill Clinton’s record as president.

The Massachusetts Democrat’s prepared remarks to the AFL-CIO’s National Summit on Wages in Washington are a lesson in progressive economic theory. In this retelling, landmark free trade deals and banking deregulation boost the fortunes of the wealthy at the expense of the poor and middle class. Criticism of the Clintons is threaded throughout Ms. Warren’s remarks. Most comes in the form of a liberal critique of Mr. Clinton’s economic record, but there is one significant shot at Mrs. Clinton as well. Of course, Ms. Warren has insisted she isn’t running for president but has couched it in the present tense, most recently last month when she refused to rule out a run during an interview with NPR<>. Washington Wire found at least four instances in Ms. Warren’s Wednesday speech in which she takes political shots at the Clintons.

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The Wal-Mart<> WMT +1.48%<> dog-whistle: “Corporate profits and GDP are up. But if you work at Wal-Mart, and you are paid so little that you still need food stamps to put groceries on the table, what does more money in stockholders’ pockets and an uptick in GDP do for you?”

Wal-Mart is a regular bogeyman for Big Labor, but it is also a particularly tough attack for Mrs. Clinton to echo, since she served on the retailer’s board of directors for six years when her husband was the Arkansas governor. The tie was regularly brought up by supporters of Mrs. Clinton’s opponents during the 2008 presidential primary campaign and remains well remembered in Iowa, where several Democrats raised it unprompted during interviews last week<>.

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