It took mogul Russell Simmons a handful of tweets to show what it’s like to stand up for Hillary’s integrity. Unafraid to buck the media narratives, he showed exactly how it’s done:

The power of what Simmons is saying is this: impugning Hillary’s integrity by insinuating she’s corrupt is wrong. He is absolutely on target. We’ve argued for the duration of this campaign that her attackers smear her without a scintilla of hard proof. It is reprehensible.

Good for Simmons rejecting that false frame.

And listen to Hillary’s words, from a recent debate:

I debated then Senator Obama numerous times on stages like this, and he was the recipient of the largest number of Wall Street donations of anybody running on the Democratic side ever. Now, when it mattered, he stood up and took on Wall Street. He pushed through, and he passed the Dodd-Frank regulation, the toughest regulations since the 1930’s. So, let’s not in anyway imply here that either President Obama or myself, would in anyway not take on any vested interested, whether it’s Wall Street, or drug companies, or insurance companies, or frankly, the gun lobby to stand up to do what’s best for the American people.

In the same spirit, Morgan Freeman dismissed the character attacks against Hillary as “hogwash.”


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