There have been a lot of “firsts” in the 2016 presidential campaign.
But we need to be sure we don’t have one more – the election of a president whose own staff recognizes that she hates America and Americans.
It’s astonishing, really, that we are the brink of that strong possibility, according to the polls.
I’ve known Hillary Clinton hates America and average Americans for a long, long time – longer than I care to remember, quite frankly. I’ve been involved in covering her and her nefarious husband since the early 1990s.
I won’t bore you with the long-forgotten details of that era, except to say that the Clinton White House maintained files on its “enemies,” kept an actual “enemies list” in partnership with the Democratic National Committee, spread poison about its “enemies,” like me, to the press, made successful “suggestions” for political audits of its “enemies” to the IRS and instigated massive black ops efforts against those “enemies.”
Most Americans are unaware of these facts because, even then, the so-called (and misnamed) “mainstream media” covered them up as they are still covering them up. (By the way, when this era began, I was part of the so-called “mainstream media” and had been for the previous 20 years.)
But I digress.
I’ve known Hillary Clinton hates America and Americans because of her actions, because of her rhetoric, because of her radical history and because I know the “type” – having been a part of the hateful left-wing radical cesspool that fostered her hate.
However, thanks to the 2016 presidential campaign and WikiLeaks emails, we now know that even Hillary Clinton’s top aides agree that Hillary hates America and Americans – especially “average Americans.”
That deliciously and brutally honest email came from John Podesta, her campaign manager, in a moment of candor to another member of her campaign team. It said: “I know she has begun to hate everyday Americans.”
That is an incredible indictment and one that needs to be in the ears of every everyday American as he or she makes his or her way to the polls Nov. 8.
It’s so important.
Think of it.
Who in their right mind would vote for a president who hates everyday Americans?
What other qualification could possibly overcome such contempt for those she is supposed to serve?
That’s clearly not the kind of “first” we can afford in 2016 – electing a president who hates not just Republicans, not just conservatives, not just independents, not just Democrats who don’t vote for her, not just Bernie Sanders supporters, but plain, old “everyday Americans,” according to no less an authority than her own campaign manager – with tacit confirmation from her other staff, who understood exactly what he meant.
Back in the 1990s, I knew the stories of those who witnessed her behavior are legion. She had a sense of entitlement from the start. She was contemptuous of even those who served her – Secret Service agents, Marine guards, her own employees, her own husband. She was a foul-mouthed, arrogant wretch whose abusive language would make Donald Trump blush.
I know I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know.
I think most Americans perceive there’s something very wrong with Hillary Clinton’s character. It’s part of the reason that even many of those voting for her simply don’t like her.
But my goal here is to bring this home to everyone even tempted to vote for her or tempted not to vote against her: Her closest and most trusted staff know the truth and have stated it plainly in writing. She doesn’t like you. She doesn’t like me. She doesn’t like everyday Americans. In fact, she “hates” them.
Isn’t that an extraordinary and revealing admission that absolutely disqualifies her, rules her out and precludes her from serving the people of America?
Doesn’t it make her ineligible for consideration?
Doesn’t it make you furious that she is even still in this race?
If so, don’t even think about sitting on the sidelines this election and subjecting America to this diabolical monster.
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