Democratic National Convention 2016


Democratic National Convention 2016 Reverse Speech Analysis of the Major Players


Democratic National Convention 2016 Reverse Speech Analysis


Here are the speech reversals from the Reverse Speech analysis on those participating in the Democratic National Convention. Some of the major players are Hillary Clinton, of course, and her Vice Presidential pick, Tim Kaine. Bill Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention also. There will be more posted as soon as then come in from our certified analysts.


Hillary Clinton Speech at the Democratic National Convention - Reverse Speech Analysis


Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention


Here is the Reverse Speech analysis of Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention. Hillary is the wife of former President Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party’s pick for their presidential candidate in 2016.


Hillary – “What happened [in this city] 240 years ago still has something to teach us today.” – Hear this sin. – incongruent, she doesn’t believe what she’s saying forwards.


Hillary – “Sometimes the people at this podium are new [to the national stage], as you know I’m not one of those people.” – Yes want to shine with it. – she wants to be successful.


Hillary – “The truth is through all these years of public service, the service part has [always come easier to me] than the public part.” – In the crazy muck see a war. – she is predicting war in the future.


Hillary – “My Dad, Hugh made it to college, he played football at Penn State, and enlisted in the Navy after [Pearl Harbor].” – Her bra horror. – a bizarre sexual reference.


Hillary – “It kept me working as hard as I could in the senate on behalf of 911 families and our first responders who got sick from their time at [ground zero], I was thinking of Laura and Debbie and all the others 10 years later in the white house situation room.” – Worries now. – congruent reversal – she is concerned about the people.


Hillary – “I’m happy for boys and men because when any barri[er falls in Am]erica, it clears the way for everyone.” – Then it’s all free. – congruent reversal – creating more freedom.


Hillary – “But even more important [than the history we make tonight] is the history we will write together in the years ahead.” – Be honest damn you, you sicken it. – internal dialogue – her unconscious is telling her to be honest.


Hillary – “That’s how we’re going to make sure [this economy works for] everyone not just those at the top.” – I’ll screw in an office. – another sexual reversal – Bill Clinton 2.


Hillary – “How are you going to break through the [gridlock in Washington], well look at my record, I’ve worked across the aisle.” – Let me show the calm, Bill. – she will be conciliatory in breaking gridlocks.


Hillary – “You heard, you saw family members of police officers killed in the line of duty because they were outgunned by criminals. I refuse to believe [we can’t find common ground] here. We have to heal the divides in our country.” – Mired in the muck now thank you. – incongruent – she doesn’t realize the gravity of the issue.


Hillary – “You have to keep working to make things better even when the odds are long and the opposition [is fierce].” – Great Satan. – she reveals her driving power.


Hillary – “Let’s be stronger together my fellow Americans, [let’s look to the] future with courage and confidence.” – Where this goal was sent. – she is following her goal.



Bill Clinton Speaks at the Democratic National Convention - Reverse Speech Analysis


Bill Clinton at the Democratic National Convention


Former President Bill Clinton, 1993-2001, gave his speech at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday July 26, 2016 to encourage Americans to vote for his wife, Hillary Clinton.


Bill Clinton – “And she exuded this sense of [strength and self-possession] that I found magnetic.” – And this has a force that pukes. – incongruent, her force has another dimension to it and it makes him puke.


Bill Clinton – “The only big thing that happened that spring, my first year as governor. [We found out] we were going to be parents.” – I love you. – congruent.


Bill Clinton – “Next thing you know I’m being dragged around to all these little preschool graduations, and keep in mind this is before any [state even had] universal kindergarten and I’m being dragged to preschool graduations watching these poor parents.” – Damn the media. – out of context – a transient thought.


Bill Clinton – “She [always] wants to move the ball forward. That is just who she is.” – See a war. – a dire future tense prediction if she wins the election.


Bill Clinton – “1997 was the year Chelsea finished high school and went to college. We were happy for [her but sad for us] to see her go.” – So pass the bra. – Clinton’s sexual fantasies still present.


Bill Clinton – “She began her campaign the way she always does new things by listening and learning and after a tough battle New York elected her to the seat, to the seat once held by another outsider, Robert Kennedy.” – The killer, grow you in the lab, fuck her. – meaning unknown – strong aggression.


Bill Clinton – “In 2003 [partly spurred on by what] we were going through she became the first senator in the history of New York ever to serve on the armed services committee.” – Oh how my loves sealed off. – he loves Hillary but he is sealed off from her.


Bill Clinton – “This is really important today. She launched a team to fight back against terrorists on line and built a new [global counter] terrorism effort.” – Then I go bold. – internal dialogue as he gets strong in his speech.


Bill Clinton – “She worked to empower women and [girls around the world] and to make the same exact reparations on behalf of the LBGT community in America and around the world.” – Whirlwind I’m a god. – metaphor – accessing great personal power.


Bill Clinton – “Nobody ever talks about this much but it’s important to me, she tripled the number of people with AIDS in poor [countries whose lives are being saved] with your tax dollars.” – Yes near the gold with you. – they are making money from these programs.


Bill Clinton – “There are clear achievable affordable responses to our challenges but we won’t get to them [if America makes the wro]ng choice in this election.” – I will scam the crime with it. – incongruent – it’s all a con and he will take advantage if Hillary wins.



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