The FBI’s interrogation of Hillary Clinton

The FBI questioned Hillary Clinton for over three hours on Saturday about her private e-mail system and whether or not it put government secrets in jeopardy.  That means the FBI’s investigation is drawing to a close, and we should know soon whether or not the former Secretary of State will be indicted.

Chris Cilizza, who discusses the situation after the jump, notes that she does not have the 2,383 pledged delegates necessary for the Democratic presidential nomination.  She has 2,220, which means she will need the super-delegates to put her over the top.  An indictment would threaten her nomination.  Then again, if she isn’t indicted, that will hurt her politically also. [Read more…]

Hillary Clinton: more of the same, or much worse?

In a column in which he coins the useful term “Hillaryism,”  Charles Krauthammer says that Hillary Clinton is offering the status quo in a time when much of the general public is desperate for change.  Thus the popularity of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.  Clinton, though, offers nothing more than the old liberal bromides and a continuation of the Obama administration.  See Krauthammer’s argument after the jump.

I wonder, though.  Would a Clinton administration amount to a third term for Obama?  I don’t think it would.  She seems much tougher and meaner than he is.  Other countries would probably be less willing to cross her.  And I suspect she would be more willing than Obama to intervene someplace militarily to throw her weight around.

And a Clinton victory would seem to put the radical feminists, the pro-abortion fanatics, and the political correctness enforcers in charge of the whole country.

Her husband, you may recall, was considered a conservative or at least a moderate Democrat, ending welfare as we know it, supporting the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, supporting the Defense of Marriage Act.  She is not.  Despite what those who are nostalgic for another Clinton administration assume, that being the last time they had money in their pockets, Hillary does not have the same ideology as Bill.  And she and her party have been pushed farther to the left by Bernie Sanders, whose mark will probably be seen in her vice presidential choice and the party platform.

What do you think her administration would be like?   [Read more…]

Clinton ad tries to woo Christians with pro-life imagery

Clinton’s SuperPAC is running an ad showing a disabled child, complete with parents talking about seeing her on ultra-sound and saying what a “blessing” she is in their lives.  The point of the ad, though, is not to make a case that you shouldn’t abort disabled infants in the womb, as is the common practice.  It is to attack Donald Trump for allegedly mocking the disabled when he made fun of a handicapped reporter.  Someone should ask Clinton if she believes in the pro-life message of her ad.  Also, which she considers worse, to mock the disabled or to abort them.

In the meantime, I suppose Christians should be glad that Clinton is trying to get their votes.  But I doubt that they will sway the ticket as much as Bernie Sanders has.

See the ad after the jump, along with a story about it.

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Hillary Clinton clinches the Democratic nomination

Hillary Clinton won the New Jersey primary, giving her enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination.

UPDATE:  Clinton won the big prize of California.  Go here to see how she fared in yesterday’s five primaries.  Bernie Sanders vows to fight on.

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Secret Service agent says Hillary is unstable and violent

We may have a president who is being described as “volcanic, impulsive, enabled by sycophants, and disdainful of the rules set for everyone else.”  No, not Donald Trump.  Hillary Clinton.  A former White House secret service agent, Gary Byrne,  has written a book soon to be released entitled  “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses his Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate.”

It reportedly gives shocking accounts of what went on behind closed doors in the Clinton White House, including Hillary physically assaulting her husband, leaving him bruised and bleeding, and her violent tirades against staff and the agents sworn to protect her.  The book won’t be released until June 28, but it is already the #1 bestseller on Amazon.  After the jump, details from the publisher’s advance release material.

So now both presidential candidates are said to be “temperamentally unsuited” for the job!

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Clinton might not win the Democratic nomination

Bernie Sanders is polling high in California, which holds its Democratic primary on June 7; Hillary Clinton’s legal problems are growing; and new polls show Sanders doing better against Donald Trump than she would.  Many Democratic party super-delegates are reportedly considering switching their votes to Sanders.  Furthermore, Sanders supporters have been given prominent spots on the rules committee, which is likely to consider a rule requiring super-delegates to vote the way the primary voters did in their states.

So there is a chance, as Douglas E. Schoen explains, that Hillary Clinton will not, in fact, be the Democratic nominee.

My question for you:  Do you think Bernie Sanders would be better than Mrs. Clinton?  To those of you who don’t like Donald Trump, would you vote for Sanders instead? [Read more…]


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