Hillary gets up on the campaign stage and she’s all about how we all should reject “the hate of Donald Trump.” How we need to “come together,” how we ought to “be united,” how we’re “stronger together.”
If people had the time or inclination, or both, to pay close enough attention to things in America, they’d laugh that codswallop out of the room.
When it comes to “hate,” Donald Trump is a Campfire Girl next to Hillary Clinton and her malodorous minions.
The Democrats, with Hillary playing a prominent role, invented the politics of personal destruction. Hillary’s campaign paid people to cause violence at Trump rallies. All while she was blatting(1) and bellowing on and on about love and togetherness.
That’s a bit like Charlie Manson lecturing someone about how you shouldn’t harm others.
The Democrats, with Hillary playing a prominent role, brought about the corruption of the media, the destruction of the university system, the murder of the American family, the indoctrination of generations into a world they made over into one filled with class hatred, vast, baseless inter-racial animosity, with a view that life is cheap, and the corrosive notion that all that counts is the advantage one can take of another.
All while accusing everyone who disagrees with their depravity, of corrupting the media, destroying the family, indoctrinating students, fomenting animosity, doing violence and taking advantage of others.
Up above a bit, I said:
If people had the time or inclination, or both, to pay close enough attention to things in America, then they’d laugh that codswallop out of the room.
But they don’t. So they do what any other rational people do: they recognize that they have to take a certain percentage of what they see and hear on faith, on trust.
Faith, trust. Good things; good stuff. Signs of a basically good people.
Wouldn’t it be nice for America, for the world, if university professors, the media, Hollywood, pop culture hadn’t been so corruptible? If they’d been able to prove themselves worthy of the faith and trust of a basically good people? But they didn’t, because they weren’t. Worthy, that is.
And Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the United States.
(1) The only word I could think of to describe Hillary’s voice. One thing with which Hillary is not gifted: a voice that sounds better than two old crows in a cage match. She always sounds as if somebody really beat up a trombone, then started trying to play it. She doesn’t bleat like Elizabeth Warren; nor does she bellow like Barbara Mikulski. She … blats. How appropriate. “Blat” is also the Russian word for corruption. In a manner of speaking.