If the latest polls are to be believed, Hillary Rodham Clinton is the leading candidate to become the next president of the United States.
For those of us who have real-life experience dealing with the crimes of the Clinton administration, it’s a scary thought.
George Bush may be an inept leader with a thoroughly confused sense of priorities, but it has been five years since I have felt personally threatened by the criminal actions of the White House.
I do not want to go back, and I am certain other victims of the Clintons’ abuse of power feel the same way.
But most Americans are detached from that reign of terror. They didn’t have their homes and offices broken into by goons of the most powerful couple in the world. They didn’t experience tax audits directed by the White House against political enemies. They weren’t sexually harassed by the president while the first lady demeaned them as bimbos. They didn’t have their church overrun by armed federal agents and watch their own children consumed in a raging inferno. They didn’t see their lives directly affected when the executive branch of government grabbed power through the use of executive orders, intentionally subverting the powers of Congress and the people.
I could go on and on.
The Clinton years represented a reign of terror for some of us.
And make no mistake about it: Hillary was not some innocent bystander when all this was happening. She was an integral part of the ruling junta. She may very well have been the brains behind the operation.
According to a new book by attorney Candice Jackson, “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine,” Hillary had a major role in threatening and intimidating women who accused her husband of sexual abuse.
“She was right there in the inner circle taking a lead in giving these women zero credibility, in attacking them in the public and through the press and in participating in all of these scare tactics, like hiring private investigators to threaten them and follow them,” she says.
What kind of a “feminist” watches her husband, the most powerful man in the world, prey on women – even viciously rape them – and victimize those women again with smear tactics and harassment? Hillary Rodham Clinton.
It would be enough of an indictment if Hillary were not a participant in the crimes of her husband, but just a silent observer. That is not the case. From the earliest days of the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas, it was Hillary who was positioning her husband and laying the foundation for a power grab. It was her ruthlessness that helped elevate this obscure couple from Little Rock to the Potomac.
The crimes and cover-ups of the Clintons are almost too numerous to chronicle in any one place – Cattlegate, Whitewater, Travelgate, the cover-ups of the deaths of Ron Brown and Vincent Foster, abuse of the Internal Revenue Service, Troopergate, the way they ignored the growing threat of Islamo-fascist terrorism to focus law enforcement on the bogus threat of the religious right, Pardongate, the way they sold national security secrets for campaign cash.
This is a record that would make Deep Throat blush.
Perhaps the best overview of the Clinton crimes and Hillary’s active participation in them is the book by Richard Poe, “Hillary’s Secret War.” This is the book the establishment media cover-up artists do not want you to read.
The reason the American people are not rejecting Hillary out of hand is because they have been systematically denied information about the real horrors perpetrated by her and her husband.
It’s not about illicit sex in the Oval Office with interns. That’s what they would like you to believe. They would like you to believe Hillary was as much a victim as Juanita Broaddrick, the woman raped by Bill Clinton. The truth is Hillary enabled him and Hillary actively participated in the victimization of anyone who got in their way.
It may be too late to hold Bill Clinton accountable for his crimes. But it’s not too late to stop Hillary from perpetrating more on the American people.