Once again, Hillary is spitting in our faces and telling us it’s raining. At a press conference where she answered only handpicked questions, Hillary said she handed over all pertinent e-mails from her server and deleted her personal ones. She then dug an even deeper hole stating many of those personal e-mails were between her and Bill, who we now find, doesn’t even use e-mail.
It is certain that there will be more hard-to-believe “facts” coming from Hillary as this e-mail fiasco continues to grow. Many Democrats are trying to say there is no story here, but that’s just their standard tactic – like Obama’s “no smidgen of scandal” at the IRS. They will repeat what they want everyone to believe over and over until the mainstream media reports it as a “fact”.
This time it seems Hillary may be in real trouble. Jack Gillum and Stephen Braun of the Associated Press (AP) tore her story apart, finding much of it to be pure bunk and the AP is now suing the State Department to force the release of Hillary’s e-mails. Since the AP is known to lean left, she will not be able to blame a “vast right-wing conspiracy”.
Hillary is well known for hiding and/or denying anything that can cause her damage so she is conducting business as usual. She fit well with an Obama administration operating above the law with no accountability, but her pathetic press conference may be a reality check for many Democrats who have been blindly accepting everything the administration has been doing. Hopefully, those who were on the fence concerning Hillary’s presidential run may now find it harder to support her.
Unfortunately, there are far too many people willing to believe the far-fetched rationalizations and lies this entire administration has been spewing and don’t care about any of this. They will vote for Hillary no matter what happens but if she drops out, they will be just as happy to “make history” by voting for Elizabeth Warren. Even they aren’t delusional enough to vote for Biden. Or are they?
David J. Hentosh
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