Before you vote today, I would remind you of a few facts. Mrs. Clinton has a propensity for saying she “made a mistake,” and that she “holds herself responsible.” She has said this repeatedly about using a private email server to conduct the business Secretary of State while running a “pay for play” operation via donations to the Clinton Foundation. But since she never seems to receive any penalty of any kind, what does that mean? She says her lie about landing under sniper fire in Bosnia was also a “mistake” and “proved that [she’s] human.” About her vote for the Iraq war, she says, “I made a mistake, plain and simple.” And of course, concerning Benghazi (shorthand now for the incident in which Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, and two CIA operatives, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, both former Navy SEALs were killed), Mrs. Clinton has said she “takes responsibility”—whatever that means. She uses these responses just like she employs the phrase when testifying under oath that she “does not recall.” She is truly the poster child for slimy scumbags.
This is the time for Hillary’s political “mistakes” and numerous scandals to come to roost. She owns those scandals now and forever, Benghazi being perhaps the most heartbreaking. If four Americans and Hillary were hanging onto an overturned skiff at sea and a boat came along with room to rescue only one, she would take the seat and leave the others there—that is who Hillary Clinton is and always has been. She is about herself and surviving at any cost.
Political survival led Clinton to take the hit (such as it was) on Benghazi. After all, where was President Obama? As I recall, while the consulate was under siege he went to bed, wanting to get his beauty rest for a campaign the next morning. But what was the bigger picture? Mr. Obama and Hillary were running an illegal gun-running operation via the Libyan conduit—an operation that ultimately provided weapons and funding to the group that would become ISIS. But no-one mentions that aspect thus several of the president’s lackeys, including Hillary Clinton, were thrown under the bus to cover it up. Nevertheless, they proved a necessary diversion: if we wanted to know who was responsible for the security failure at Benghazi and the death of four Americans, we weren’t asking what we were doing there in the first place.
Benghazi and the cover-up alone should be more than enough for the American people to keep Hillary Clinton from the White House. But the media simply refuses to do its job. For a scathing clip of House Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy taking them to task, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji0M5tYdQHU. It has recently been reported that the Clintons are infusing cash into Democrat Chris Fedalei’s bid to unseat Congressman Gowdy. If I were Trey Gowdy, I certainly would be watching my back as the Clintons seem so fortunate in seeing their enemies disappear in questionable ways.
The media’s lack of curiosity concerning Democrat scandals is stunning. This past week, video surfaced concerning voter fraud. Donald Trump had been roundly criticized for claiming the election and voting system is rigged and there it was, caught on tape: an undercover investigation revealed two Democratic operatives discussing how to commit voter fraud by busing or using rental cars to bring ineligible voters across state lines. Of course, The New York Times quoted one of the operatives (since fired) as characterizing what was said on tape as “hypothetical conversations” with no proof that these schemes took place. And of course, in the interest of fair play, The New York Times felt obliged to mention in 1972 that Richard Nixon’s campaign engaged in dubious behavior—although not outright voter fraud. Ask yourself, what leads people serving in a campaign role to have “hypothetical discussions” about illegal actions if such actions are not necessary to win at any cost?
Can the anger of Americans at our present situation in this country overcome the potential for fraud at the polls? One can only hope that is the case. But as I see it, Mr. Trump has to overcome three huge obstacles: technology-based voter fraud (in addition to your basic dead man walking voter fraud); an unabashedly biased media bent on destroying him; and too many government officials unwilling to upset the apple cart, the ones who want to maintain the status quo so they can keep their cushy jobs. Trump has promised to “drain the swamp” in Washington, and no doubt they feel the targets on their backs. And so we must vote and we must state our case clearly to those who wonder why we are voting for Mr. Trump. We have one last chance and this is it. Show the media and the Left that conservatism is alive and thriving. Hillary Clinton must finally be held accountable, and it is up to the American people to deny her the prize she so desperately seeks. Vote today as if America depends on it, because it does.
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