Alicia Machado - Hillary And Her Media Surrogates Attempt To Stop Trump (Full Analysis)

Hillary Clinton can't win on her own merits.  This election is a referendum against Trump.  She has to destroy Trump to win, and being that she's Hillary Clinton, she is willing to destroy whoever comes in her way.  The Clintons have no conscience when it comes to power.  She has wanted this for most of her adult life, and she was thwarted by a change agent 8 years ago.  She doesn't want to be thwarted again, although she is ironically running on the same positions that Barack Obama touted as "change" 8 years ago - just even further left.

Hillary practiced for the debate with tenacity and had all various attack lines from the media against Trump stored away.  She, with the aid of Lester Holt, squeezed in every attack line you know she practiced saying over and over again in front of her mirror.  One person that she brought up, in an attempt to pull the woman card and paint Trump as a misogynist, is Alicia Machado.  Alicia Machado is a Miss Universe winner from 1996.  She gained weight, Trump had her work out with the press there, and she claims that he called her "Miss Piggy" and "Housekeeping" (because she's Latina).  She even accused him of giving her bulimia (will be addressed later).  Now this is hardly a new line of attack.  This was in a largely discredited piece done months ago by the New York Times.  However, when Hillary brought it up, the media, aware that some people hadn't been paying attention the first time and in their attempts as pro-Hillary surrogate, seized on it to revive Hillary's sagging poll numbers.  This is not the first time the media has resurrected an old line of attack and pretended it wasn't covered already.  They just did it with the birther story (which Hillary's helper Lester Holt brought up in the debate while ignoring all of the scandals affixed to Hillary's name).

The problem is that the media has made fools of themselves in bringing up this Machado story.  In fact, as you will soon see, Trump is partially vindicated by Hillary's own network - CNN.

First of all, I want to start out by saying that this woman entered an international beauty contest and won.  Of course women are judged on their beauty in the contests.  If someone has the honor of winning, they are supposed to maintain their body contractually for that year as they represent that beauty pageant.  However, we'll see that Trump didn't stand there with a whip forcing her to exercise like the media made it seem like.

In an interview with Bill O'Reilly:

O'REILLY:  Now, the other avenue they are going to come after you is the woman card.  Alright, and they're gonna say that you're a mean guy and you don't respect women.  Do you have anything further to say on this Miss Universe thing?

TRUMP:  No, not much...I mean, look, I hardly know this person.  This is a person 20 years ago, she wasn't a successful uh....You know, I sold the Miss Universe at a, you know, for a tremendous price amount, you know, six months ago, uh... it worked out great.  I don't have anything to do with it anymore, but I really enjoyed it when I had it.   But this is a person, Bill, that was the first one under my ownership, she did not do well, she had a lot of difficulties, and you know, they wanted to fire her - the company itself wanted to fire her  - I saved her job.  I bet you if I, if you put up and added up all the time I spoke to her, it's probably less than five minutes.  I mean, I wasn't, I had nothing to do with this person, but they wanted to fire her.  I saved her job because I said that's going to be ruinous, and I've done that with a number of the young ladies where I saved their job, but the staff itself.  And you know what happened?  Look what I get out of it.  I get nothing.

So a lot of things are coming out about her.  I'm not going to say anything - I couldn't care care less - but it's somebody I don't know, don't know certainly very well.  I saved her job because they wanted to fire her for putting on so much weight - and it is a beauty contest - you know, say what you want, Bill, but they know what they are getting into.  It's a beauty contest, and I said, let her try and lose the weight.  Can you imagine?  I end up in this position like this, so that's the way it is.  I really just don't know her.

O'REILLY:  Do you think that was a cheap shot by Secretary Clinton to bring that up?

TRUMP: Well, I think it was, and now a lot of things are coming out that I wasn't aware of  like they say she threatened the life of a judge, and they got involved in all sorts of problems, and some reports just came out 20 minutes ago about her, and you know, I mean if that turns out to be true, a lot of the things that are turning out to be perhaps true, I think it's going to make Hillary look extremely bad.  But again, I help somebody and this is what you get for helping somebody, but I just don't know her.


Right after this, the media sneered at Trump.  They clearly didn't buy Trump's explanation.  A check of the archives of Clinton's own network shows that what Trump said is TRUE.  He did save job.  He also wasn't disrespectful to her like the media made it out.  Why?  Because the media was there at that very work out press conference, and they sure didn't seem to have a problem with it then when they showed up like vultures with their cameras.

NEW YORK (CNN) -- When Alicia Machado of Venezuela was named Miss Universe nine months ago, no one could accuse her of being the size of the universe. But as her universe expanded, so did she, putting on nearly 60 pounds. 

Indeed, the reigning Miss Universe learned the hard way that an extra 15 or 20 pounds can gain you a ton of publicity. But now she's determined to shed at least 15 pounds, though the loss of her Miss Universe crown is no longer an issue. 

"Some people when they have pressure eat too much. Like me. Like Alicia," said Donald Trump, the executive producer of the Miss Universe Pageant. 

Since winning the crown, the former Miss Venezuela went from 118 pounds to -- well -- a number that kept growing like the size of the fish that got away.


Rumors also surfaced that she might be forced to give up her Miss Universe crown. 

But Trump, as co-owner of rights to the pageant, said he would never let that happen. "We had a choice of: termination or do this," he said. "We wanted to do this."

The pageant's meaning of "do this" was for Machado to get her weight down to about 130 pounds. At a recent photo op, Machado -- hardly a blimp at 5-foot-7 -- pedaled a stationary bicycle and jumped rope in front of a pack of photographers and reporters who could themselves use a little training. 

"A lot of you folks have weight problems. I hate to tell you," Trump told the rowdy pool of reporters

A video also emerged of this workout also from Clinton's News Network.  Let's look at it and see if Donald Trump treated her terribly.  Alicia was smiling and giggling with Donald Trump.

MACHADO: "When did you want you can work out with me." 

TRUMP: I'll work out with her anytime she wants I'll tell you.

MACHADO: OK.  (Giggles)

A reporter asks what advice Trump would give to Alicia.

TRUMP: Well, I don't think Alicia needs much advice.  I will say that last year, before I owned the Miss Universe contest, I went to the Miss Universe pageant last year  - it was in Las Vegas - and I felt that Alicia was one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen.  It was incredible, and all of the folks that were here agreed with that.  Alicia is like and like a lot of other people - I love to eat, we all love to eat - not all of you, some of you are lucky - but we eat.  We like to eat.  We like to eat.  And she had tremendous pressure put on her with the win and everything else.  Plus she was going all over the world, all foreign places, and that was a huge amount of pressure.  And some people when they have pressure don't eat, and some people when they have pressure eat too much - like me, like Alicia.  And what's she going to do now, she has one of the great trainers of the world...

MACHADO: Absolutely

TRUMP:  ...and a very very famous man in his own right, and he's been working with her for the last few days, and I think she's going to show up at that conference, actually, probably being a little bit bigger than when she won it, but you think that's actually better? (to trainer)  When she won it, she weighed about 118 pounds (too light says trainer present) and actually, from what I understand a little bit heavier.  But I will say, when she won the conference, I had never seen anybody more beautiful, and she's totally beautiful now, but I think come contest time, what are you talking about in terms of weight? (to trainer)

The trainer says she was too light before, and they want her to weight more than the 118.

A reporters asks if Trump really considered letting her go.

TRUMP:  Well, I'll tell you, there was a group that wanted us to do that very much, and I have to credit CBS also because they are my partner.  I bought the contest, the Miss Universe/Miss USA contest, and then CBS joined me as my partner, I mean more that just five years of broadcast rights.   They actually are 50/50 partners now, and they were with me 100%; we really agreed on it together.  And one of the reasons is that, you know, you have a lot of people that have problems with weight, eating disorders, whatever you want to call it.  A lot of you people, I mean I'm looking at you reporters, and I can't believe how many showed up, but a lot of you folks have weight problems I hate to tell you.  (Machado laughs and leans in towards Trump).  And that doesn't include you, but a lot of you folks that I'm looking at right now aren't in the greatest of shape, and the truth is...and I'm not meaning that you're too skinny, although you're pretty skinny I have to tell you (to reporter).  The fact is that this is a universal problem.

The bottom line, from Clinton's own news network, is that Trump does not take the advice to terminate her contract which some wanted him to do, and instead he does this so she can maintain her crown.  He then talks about how she is one of the most beautiful women he has ever seen, says she's still beautiful with weight gain, and proceeds to defend her by putting himself in the same boat.  He says it's been stressful for her, and she, like he does, eats when stressed.  He hires her a trainer (more on that in a second) who tells her she doesn't need to lose all the weight and wants to help her stay at a healthy BMI (not be too thin).  He then says this is a problem many people, including the reporters present, have.  Classic Trump was insulting reporters back then too.

As far as Trump calling her "Miss Piggy" and "Housekeeping," there hasn't been a witness to this that has come forward to my knowledge.

We'll address her claims that Trump gave her an eating disorder.   Megyn Kelly called her out on that.  She had one before she met Trump:

You said, as a result of what he said to you, you developed an eating disorder of bulimia and anorexia, but you had said publicly at the time that you suffered from both of those eating disorders prior to the Miss Universe contest,” Kelly said.

“No, no, never, never,” Machado cut in. “I never had any problem before the pageant.”
“This is from the Washington Post,” Kelly said. “This quote is from you: ‘I was anorexic and bulimic but almost all of us are…When I was preparing for Miss Universe, it was an obsession for me to not gain weight. By the time I won, I was actually recovering. But the year leading to it, I didn’t eat at all. And whatever I ate, I threw up. I weighed 116 pounds when I won. I was skeletal.'”
Machado, who is now a citizen and plans to vote for Clinton, denied the quote.

“No, I’m sorry, but that was not true,” Machado responded. “Maybe in that moment, they — the company, Miss Universe, and in specific, this person — they manipulated a lot of information about me.”

Did she mind the attention at the time?   It doesn't seem like it.  She liked that it made her more famous, and this is two other sources including the AP and Newark-Star Ledger, who back up Trump's account of what happened:

Machado would claim months later that she was shocked and resentful at being ambushed by a crush of media. But as camera flashes erupted, she rejoiced.

'Famous publicity!' Machado exclaimed to the AP. 'Before I had 15 pounds more, nobody knows [me]. Now I am Miss Universe and everybody knows.'

'Now I have publicity for 15 pounds more – I think it's good!' she added.

The AP reporter noted that Machado 'lifted a 10-pound weight, skipped rope and pedaled a bike – all while laughing, smiling [and] waving.'

And he told the AP then what he says now: that Miss Universe officials wanted to depose Machado, but he stepped in to spare her.

'There were people in the pageant industry who thought there should be a termination,' Trump told the AP.

'The weight was unacceptable to a lot of people. It was not unacceptable to me.'

The Newark Star-Ledger reported a line that day that has become fodder for finger-wagging in Trump's direction: 'You could call her an eating machine,' he told reporters.

But in the next breath he said he was helping Machado avoid losing her Miss Universe crown and sash. 

'She'd be destroyed if they take it away.'

Trump told Newsweek the following month, with Machado's future still in doubt, that a forfeit 'would be unfair to her and to people with a weight problem.'

In the aftermath, reflecting three months later on the entire episode, Machado told the Miami Herald: 'At first I felt deceived by the press. I thought, with so many important things happening in the world, why are these idiots spending so much time worrying about something as absurd as my weight?'

'But thanks to these idiots, I am famous. Even in Malaysia, people know me.'

Now what about that trainer?  It turns out Trump did more than give her a trainer:

Trump paid for her healthy renaissance, putting her up at his palatial Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida and giving her the run of the house.

Three weeks after the New York workout PR stunt, a Cox News Service reporter spilled the details.

The real estate billionaire paid for a 'wellness' regimen that included a 1,200-calorie, 29-grams-of-fat diet prepared by a 'world-class' chef; laps in Trump's oxygenated, Mediterranean-tiled pool; and a package of perks that included yoga, t'ai chi, shiatsu massage, and guided movement for five hours a day.

Speaking to reporters poolside at Mar-a-Lago, he said that 'there are a lot of people out there who have similar problems, including some of us.'

'For people who have a weight problem, she serves as a tremendous example.'
Trump's self-critique led a Dallas Morning News columnist to mock him for being on the 'pudgy' side, and challenge him to drop 10 pounds in the month remaining before the 1997 Mis Universe pageant.

'You're absolutely right,' he replied. 'I really need to do this. I accept the challenge. I will do it by pageant night.'

Trump 'agreed to a weigh-in, if pressed,' according to the lighthearted column. 

But that's just not the end of the story.  Hillary Clinton failed to vet this person.  Of course, the Democrats don't care.  Clinton's own news network is still using this story to prop up Clinton, but their own article and video should have put it to bed.

Trump criticized her in an interview with Fox and Friends saying she was "the worst we ever had" and "ultimately a winner who they had a tremendously difficult time with as Miss Universe."  The media was mortified.  She seemed like such a stand up person, yet it quickly came out that she threatened the life of a judge as he indicted her boyfriend for attempted murder.  For that attempted murder, she was accused of driving the getaway car: 

Shortly after she won her crown in the late '90s, a judge in Venezuela accused Machado of threatening to kill him after he indicted her then-boyfriend for attempted murder.

Machado threatened "to ruin my career as a judge and ... kill me,'' Judge Maximiliano Fuenmayor said at the time.

Her boyfriend, Juan Rafael Rodriguez Regetti, was accused of shooting and wounding his sister's husband, who he blamed for his sister's suicide.

Rodriguez was accused of shooting and wounding Francisco Antonio Sbert Mousko outside a church in Caracas where his wife -- Rodriguez's sister -- was being eulogized.

Sbert reportedly suffered brain damage from the attack.

The victim's family accused Machado of driving her boyfriend's getaway car, but she denied any involvement and apparently was never indicted, due to lack of evidence.

Now you might say that she wasn't indicted.  However, she refused to deny it on Anderson Cooper:

'The judge in the case also said you had threatened to kill him after he indicted your boyfriend for the attempted murder.' Cooper said. 'I just want to give you a chance to address these reports.'

'He can say whatever he wants to say. I don't care,' Machado said, referring to Trump as she waved her hand in defiance.

'You know, I have my past. Of course. Everybody has. Everybody has a past. And I'm not a saint girl. But that is not the point now.'

Machado in the same breath called the accusation 'wrong' and said it 'happened' decades earlier.

'That moment in Venezuela was wrong, was another speculation about my life, because I'm a really famous person in my country, because I'm an actress there, and in Mexico too,' she said.

'And he can use whatever he wants to use. The point is, that happened 20 years ago.'

There's three more things, though:
First, she was the only Miss Universe contestant ever to pose nude (which the Daily Mail considered relevant enough to put in the intro to their piece so I included in this post) :
But focus has snapped back to Machado's own past, including a 2006 Mexican Playboy photo shoot that made her the only Miss Universe winner to pose in the buff, and a stint on a Spanish reality TV show where she was shown having sex on camera – while engaged to a Major League Baseball player.
Second, she had sex on national television while engaged to another man:
In the 2005 episode of 'La Granja,' she had sex in front of the cameras with Spanish TV host Fernando Acaso.

Machado was engaged to Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Bobby Abreu at the time. The Venezuelan-born major-leaguer called off the wedding after clips of the show appeared online.

The broadcast showed Acaso on top of her, with Machado whispering in Spanish about his manhood. 

Trump Tweeted about this last night:

Did Crooked Hillary help disgusting (check out sex tape and past) Alicia M become a U.S. citizen so she could use her in the debate?

The MSM went into meltdown mode and tried to deny the tape:

The New York Times: ‘Donald Trump Bashes Alicia Machado Again, Alleging a ‘Sex Tape’ (Without Evidence)’

Reuters: “Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump deepened his attacks on a former beauty queen Alicia Machado on Friday, calling her disgusting and alleging the existence of a sex tape…”

Huffington Post: “Donald Trump ramped up his feud with former Miss Universe Alicia Machado on Friday, calling her “disgusting” and accusing her of having a sex tape.”

ThinkProgress: “…his accusation that Alicia Machado starred in a “sex tape” is unproven.”

The media is LYING.  There is video of that tape at the link.

She ADMITTED to it in 2005:

 Miami, U.S., June 10, 2005 (Notimex) - Venezuelan former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, said she has "people's support" and ruled out being sorry for having starred a porn video in a Spanish reality show.

"I felt fine as a person, as a human being...and well, that was the purpose," said Machado while she arrived to Miami, about her participation in reality TV "La Granja" where she had sex in front of the cameras with Spanish presenter Fernando Acaso.

"It's the way I am as a person, as a woman and I keep going forward," said in her first statements to Univision network's El Gordo y la Flaca, interviewed at the Airport of Miami, city where she lives.

"It was a very strong experience, very difficult in all senses, and I feel very happy with the events in Spain. I had people's support once more and I gained respect for what I am as a person and that was the purpose," said.

"When you take a challenge and responsibility, you take it until the end. Also, when you do a reality show, it's just that, a show of reality, and that's what I am as a person, as a woman and I keep going forward." NTX

Hat tip to GotNews for that article which is now deleted.

Third, in 2007:
More troubling is the story emerging about the paternity of Machado's daughter Dinorah, born in 2008.

Univision reported in 2010 that Gerardo Álvarez-Vázquez, a drug kingpin linked to the infamous Sinaloa cartel, fathered the child.

And the police informant who first testified about the pair's relationship was executed gangland-style in a Mexico City cafe months later in broad daylight.
Álvarez-Vázquez, nicknamed 'El Indio' or 'El Chayán,' was arrested in April of that year and charged with running the Beltrán-Leyva narco-trafficking cartel, a Sinaloa affiliate.

The U.S. government at the time considered him a fugitive, and offered a $2 million reward for his capture.

He was 'responsible for facilitating communications between [cartel] hierarchy and Central and South American sources of supply for cocaine,' the State Department writes.

'Álvarez-Vázquez was also believed to be responsible for overseeing the ... narcotics-related activities in multiple cities of Mexico and to be actively involved in major bulk crystal methamphetamine procurements. He coordinated the movement of illegal narcotics into the United States and overs[aw] the repatriation of narcotics-related proceeds.'

The Mexico City newspaper El Universal reported in 2010 that Vázquez had faced drug trafficking charges in California going back to 2007 – the year Machado became pregnant.

Reforma, another Mexico City newspaper, cited a police report on Vázquez's arrest, reporting that he and four other drug lords attended Dinorah's 2008 baptism.

They included cartel 'chiefs' Arturo and Héctor Beltrán, top lieutenant Edgar Valdés Villarreal and Colombian drug trafficker Harold Mauricio Ojeda.

Vázquez's role in the drug cartel was to drum up business with other criminal gangs in Central and South America, Univision reported. He was also a reputed 'sicario' – a hitman.

The police shootout that resulted in his capture killed two other sicarios and resulted in the arrests of 18 more.

Machado issued a stinging denial – after Vázquez's arrest – telling People in Spanish that she 'did not have any relationship... with Mr. Jose Gerardo Alvarez Vazquez known by the nickname of "the Indian".' 

She said her daughter's father was 'a very respectable businessman' named Rafael Hernandez Linares.'

But in the same statement Machado also claimed the story of drug lords attending her daughter's christening could not be true because Dinorah had never been baptized – a highly unusual omission in 81-percent Catholic Mexico. 

The Mexican Attorney General and GotNews’ unnamed federal law enforcement source both agree that Machado’s baby daddy is locked-up drug trafficker Gerardo Alvarez-Vazquez.

Alicia Machado herself has variously claimed it’s her “best friend” Rafael Hernandez Linares and that “she’s kept quite about his identity because he isn’t involved in the entertainment world and she’d like to respect his privacy.”

Does Alicia Machado’s daughter Dinorah look like she could be the drug kingpin’s kid? Yep.

Legal documents from Miami-Dade county prove Hillary Clinton’s mentally ill anti-Trumper Alicia Machado had an anchor baby in Miami with Mexican drug kingpin Gerardo Alvarez Vazquez, also known as “El Indio.”

A declaration of domicile document that is publicly available through lists Machado’s daughter Dinorah as “Dinorah Valentina Alvarez Machado.”

Look closely:

(Document at link)

According to Spanish naming customs, children have a first surname from their father and a second surname from their mother. That means:
  • Dinorah is the first name.
  • Valentina is the middle name.
  • Alvarez is the father’s last name.
  • Machado is the mother’s last name.
This mean’s that Dinorah’s father’s last name is Alvarez.

As in Gerardo Alvarez Vazquez, the Mexican drug trafficker who had a $2 million bounty on his head by the U.S. government in 2010.

Gerardo’s paternal/first surname is Alvarez, and maternal/second surname is Vazquez. His children would take his paternal/first surname Alvarez. Children such as Dinorah Machado a.k.a. Dinorah Alvarez Machado.


Now we have U.S. legal documents signed by Alicia Machado herself as further proof. Boom: busted.
The document also shows that Dinorah Machado was born in the United States, unlike her mother. Anchor baby confirmed.

Here’s a link to the whole PDF document from MiamiDade.govmachado_document_2014

Not only did the media deny her existing sex tape, but the media had her on their radar.  Hillary did as well as she had reached out to her months ago.  She was a Hillary surrogate.  Cosmo and The Guardian were both writing pieces on Machado which they claim they had to hurry out after Hillary brought her up at the debate:

That moment kicked off a flurry of positive press for Machado orchestrated by the Clinton campaign – first with the release of a video interview with Machado, and then with a coordinated phone call with Machado and journalists. It also prompted a proper freak-out from both Cosmopolitan writer Prachi Gupta and Guardian U.S. columnist Lucia Graves, who were both working on profiles of Machado that they had planned to run later in the week. 

Both publications pushed out their profiles the following day, prompting some to suggest that the timing was more than just good fortune. But contrary to some reports that the interviews were “embargoed for post-debate release,” neither Gupta nor Graves had an agreement with Machado or the Clinton campaign to release their profiles at a certain time, they told POLITICO. In fact, they said, they had no idea their profiles would suddenly have the news peg that it did. 

“We were all very surprised to hear Clinton name-drop Alicia during the debate,” Gupta told POLITICO.

 “As soon as that moment happened, our team hustled to get the story up sooner than we had planned … My editors and I knew we had to get this out the door sooner.” 

Graves told POLITICO she stayed up all night to finish her profile, which as of Monday night had only been a jumble of notes and quotations. 

Graves, who has written a series of profiles about Trump’s treatment of women, said she knew about the Cosmopolitan profile that was in the works, and that she was operating with the understanding that she would publish only after Cosmopolitan published its exclusive with Machado, slated to go up on Wednesday. Cosmopolitan also told POLITICO that their initial publication date was supposed to be Wednesday. 

“The debate changed everything,” Graves told POLITICO. “The news desk and features editors, they were like, ‘sorry, but we can’t wait for Cosmo anymore. Hillary Clinton just blew this embargo.’”

Yep.  I'm sure it was just a coincidence that they were writing pieces and had enough material to finish their profiles right at the time Hillary name dropped her at the debate.

The system is rigged, folks. 
So this is the woman that Hillary and the media are using to bring down Donald Trump?  Clinton's own news network should have looked at their own archived article and video and dropped the whole thing.  We have the MSM denying the existence of this sex tape when it is out there for the world to see, and she admitted to it.  She's accused of driving the get away car for an attempted murder, she threatened a judge who convicted her boyfriend of that murder, and the father of her child (anchor baby) is likely a Mexican drug kingpin.  Not to mention of course the bottom line that Trump helped her keep her title, made fun of himself and reporters in defending her, and even called her beautiful.

The media is trying to turn this into the next Kahn or Curiel story.  They can't win using Hillary's policies.  They rarely mention them.  They have to win by destroying Trump.



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