Utdrag ur gårdagens utfrågning i CNN av Jill Stein:
"I will have
trouble sleeping at night if Donald Trump is elected. I will also have
trouble sleeping at night if Hillary Clinton is elected,"
"Donald Trump bashes immigrants and is a xenophobic, racist blowhard.
But Hillary Clinton has supported these wars that have killed a million
black and brown people in Iraq, for example. ... As disturbing as Donald
Trump's words are, I find Hillary Clinton's track record very much of
"What I have to say is you've learned in real time why it is you
can't have a revolutionary campaign in a counter-revolutionary party.
Bernie did everything right and his supporters did everything right, but
the playing field was tipped unfairly against you", sa Stein på en fråga från en av Sanders följare.
"Part of the problem of Hillary's abuse of the
rules, she was sort of too big to jail on the rules. She violated those
rules with a sense of impunity. She stated herself she wanted her
private information private."
"We have a track record now of
fighting terrorism and this track record is not looking so good. We have
spent $6 trillion according to a recent Harvard study ... since 2001.
We have killed a million people in Iraq alone. That is not winning us
the hearts and minds in the Middle East. We have lost tens of thousands
of U.S. soldiers who have been killed or severely wounded. And what do
we have to show for this? Failed states, mass refuge migrations and
repeated terrorist threats that get worse each cycle."
"We found a way to bail out
Wall Street and when we needed the money, we found it. That debt is
largely owned now by the federal government. I'm suggesting that the Federal Reserve
buy that debt ... and basically declare that debt null and void. That
would essentially mean the Federal Reserve were expanding the money
supply into the hands of young people. There are many potential mechanisms. Congress could also be asked to
come up with the money. The Federal Reserve doesn't need the permission
of Congress. Yes, we would sort of owe that money to ourselves, but as a
nation we have the capacity to do that. We can decide to spend money on
ourselves. We can make the decision to spend money on our younger
generation that presently doesn't have a future."
"We're calling for a truth and reconciliation commission so that we
can actually understand what is this living legacy of fear, of racism,
of incredible racial bias. Police violence is just the tip of the
iceberg. There are incredible disparities and violence, economic
violence, social violence and that has to be dealt with."