Hillary Clinton’s latest attempt at rewriting reality and making up stuff about Trump’s honest victory in the last election: In her own words, no less! She learned nothing from defeat. It is the fault of voters and Trump and of course, Russians. Danke, Putin. In her insane book, she lists the evil things Trump is doing to the US by making everything work and stopping the trade deficit, illegal aliens and crime in general.
This essay was adapted from the afterword of the paperback edition of What Happened, which will be published on September 18.
Fifth, Trump undermines the national unity that makes democracy possible.
How dare anyone refuse to support Clinton! She was assured, she would win 97.8% of the vote.
Democracies are rowdy by nature. We debate freely and disagree forcefully. It’s part of what distinguishes us from authoritarian societies, where dissent is forbidden. But we’re held together by deep “bonds of affection,” as Abraham Lincoln said, and by the shared belief that out of our fractious melting pot comes a unified whole that’s stronger than the sum of our parts.
That is an utter lie. No nation is like that. Dissent is impossible in Saudi Arabia or North Korea because these are very ferocious dictatorships. Everywhere else on earth, various groups vie for power with other groups and there is often fierce infighting and outfighting due to this. It is a sign of a real democracy when people can contend for power.
At least, that’s how it’s supposed to work. Trump doesn’t even try to pretend he’s a president for all Americans. It’s hard to ignore the racial subtext of virtually everything Trump says. Often, it’s not even subtext. When he says that Haitian and African immigrants are from “shithole countries,” that’s impossible to misunderstand. Same when he says that an American judge can’t be trusted because of his Mexican heritage. None of this is a mark of authenticity or a refreshing break from political correctness. Hate speech isn’t “telling it like it is.” It’s just hate.
Some Presidents are people I fight tooth and nail. Others are sort of OK. I am allowed to not support a President, some, like LBJ, I had to fight tooth and nail, even moreso with Nixon. Both, it was about the Vietnam War.
Hillary was around back then, playing childish power games with elites who she supported. I was in the streets being shot at, arrested, beaten up, poisoned by gasses, etc. fighting the State.
Second, the legitimacy of our elections is in doubt.
She will go down in history as the worse sore loser in an election, bar none.
There’s Russia’s ongoing interference and Trump’s complete unwillingness to stop it or protect us. There’s voter suppression, as Republicans put onerous—and I believe illegal—requirements in place to stop people from voting. There’s gerrymandering, with partisans—these days, principally Republicans—drawing the lines for voting districts to ensure that their party nearly always wins. All of this carries us further away from the sacred principle of “one person, one vote.”
THis insane woman still is, with zero proof, harping on Russia running our election and Trump being a pal of Putin. Note how she never mentions Israel in all this. Israel just shot down a Russian jet this week in Syria and Putin is very angry about this and this isn’t in US news much.
Third, the president is waging war on truth and reason.
HAHAHA. This Bilderberg gangster moll is funny as hell.
Earlier this month, Trump made 125 false or misleading statements in 120 minutes, according to The Washington Post—a personal record for him (at least since becoming president). To date, according to the paper’s fact-checkers, Trump has made 5,000 false or misleading claims while in office and recently has averaged 32 a day.
And the Washington Post, in less than one day’s articles about Trump, wrote falsehoods and outright lies 150 times so it is worse.
Trump is also going after journalists with even greater fervor and intent than before. No one likes to be torn apart in the press—I certainly don’t—but when you’re a public official, it comes with the job. You get criticized a lot. You learn to take it. You push back and make your case, but you don’t fight back by abusing your power or denigrating the entire enterprise of a free press. Trump doesn’t hide his intent one bit. Lesley Stahl, the 60 Minutes reporter, asked Trump during his campaign why he’s always attacking the press. He said, “I do it to discredit you all and demean you all, so when you write negative stories about me, no one will believe you.”
The media lies and lies and lies about Trump, they are lazy and do this while lying in hammocks, they simply tell the same stupid lies over and over again. It is boring, stupid and worse for them, people are laughing at them. But not delusional Hillary!
When we can’t trust what we hear from our leaders, experts, and news sources, we lose our ability to hold people to account, solve problems, comprehend threats, judge progress, and communicate effectively with one another—all of which are crucial to a functioning democracy.
Oh, dearie, we fully intend to hold you and the mainstream Bilderberg news to account! And you won’t like this one little bit, you lunatic!