With her eyes bulging wildly, grotesque contorted facial expressions, and a cackle Margaret Hamilton (the Wicked Witch of the West in “The Wizard of Oz”) would envy, Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump, saying that being president “shouldn’t be about delivering insults but about delivering results.”
Delivering results juxtaposed to delivering insults is something in which Hillary is well versed.
For example, rather than deliver insults as a strategic plan to keep her husband and then-president from being found guilty during his impeachment proceedings, she delivered results.
Allegedly, it was Hillary who was responsible for the “it depends upon what the meaning of ‘is’ is” defense. Hillary is rumored to have instructed the president to question the precise use of the word “is.” The president said: “it depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is. If the – if he – if ‘is’ means is and never has been, that is not – that is one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement.”
Now that is what can only be termed “delivering results.” Hillary has made a career of “delivering results” that keep her and her husband on the freedom side of prison bars.
When women were coming forth telling the accounts of how Bill Clinton had raped them, assaulted them, struck them and with even rumors of his being involved with barely pubescent girls – she didn’t “deliver insults,” she delivered intimidation and bullying tactics that “delivered results.” Bill Clinton stayed out of jail, and his accusers were bullied into silence and property foreclosures.
Then there was the instance that she “delivered results” so as not to committing flagrant perjury. On Jan. 23, 2013, Hillary sat before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in what was supposed to be a revelatory meeting of great importance. Hillary was trapped; she had to tell the truth or face dire consequences, reasoned the pundits. We were finally going to get the truth pursuant to what happened in Benghazi.
Committee member Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., was no doubt feeling confident in his ability to question Hillary in such a way as to have forced her to be truthful. Near the end of the six-minute exchange, Johnson said: “No, again, we were misled that there were supposedly protests and that something sprang out of that – an assault sprang out of that – and that was easily ascertained that that was not the fact, and the American people could have known that within days, and they didn’t know that.”
Clinton responded: “With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided that they’d go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make?” Scant seconds later her testimony was over. The only thing anyone remembers is her words “What difference does it make?”
She had delivered in what was at the time a briar patch from which Br’er Rabbit would have found it difficult to extricate himself. But, as I have said numerous times, I believe Clinton understood very clearly what she was saying. In posing a bold, calculated question like “What difference does it make?” she sucked the oxygen out of the room. No one was prepared for the statement, and no one knew how to respond. Clinton was able to not perjurer herself (beyond defense), which she almost certainly would have done. Telling the truth wasn’t an option; thus making a dangerous calculus she avoided personal peril.
There is little argument Hillary Clinton is singularly adept at “delivering results” that keep her and her husband out of prison.
There are those today who view her running for president as another exercise to “deliver results.” As long as she is running for president the chances of her being held accountable for her treasonous handling of top secret information vis-a-vis her emails and email server are remote.
Yes, Hillary Clinton knows how to “deliver results,” but sadly, they are results that protect her and her serial molester husband while doing massive injustice to the nation she has pledged to serve faithfully.
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