Conniving Clinton Hatches Lame Plot In Failed Effort To Thwart Trump

It seems that none other than Hillary Clinton is determined to shape the outcome of this election, one way or the other.

Heck, it would not be surprising at all if Clinton moseyed her way into the candidacy herself, mainly by becoming Biden’s running mate.

A proposition already being urged by some in the media, as a replacement for Kamala.

One thing is for certain: Clinton is certainly getting chattier and chattier as the election approaches.

As detailed in Newsweek, Clinton wrote an opinion piece for the New York Times, in which she predictably droned on and on and on about the various ways in which Trump is apparently so terrible.

And all the reasons for why people should vote for Biden due to Trump’s supposedly terrible nature, despite the fact that Biden is clearly leading the nation straight into an abyss.

A major focus of her piece was eviscerating Trump’s supposed behavior in debates, which was evident in one of her several rants.

“[Trump] unleashed a blizzard of interruptions, insults and lies that overwhelmed the moderators and did a disservice to the voters,” Clinton proclaimed.

“Disservice to voters?” Is that so?

Pray tell, Ms. Clinton, what would mass disinformation spread to voters over critical matters, like the Biden family’s national security-endangering antics, be?

Something suggests that would be a far greater “disservice.”

Moreover, Trump had to speak up, considering the moderators had a very bad habit of bolstering Biden and effectively debating for him.

What’s especially hilarious is when Clinton rants and raves about Trump supposedly ranting and raving.

“[Trump wants] rant and rave in part because he wants to avoid giving straight answers about his unpopular positions, like restrictions on abortion, giving tax breaks to billionaires and selling out our planet to big oil companies in return for campaign donations,” Clinton boomed.

Actually, Ms. Clinton, you might want to doublecheck your lifestyle and foundation distributions.

Seems like you are quite a fan of the private jet high life yourself, despite the obvious strings attached to such a lifestyle.

And in the Clinton cadre’s case, more than a few skeletons.

Bizarrely, Clinton also envisions some scenarios in which Biden allegedly won’t fall flat on his face right before Trump.

“These ploys will fall flat if Mr. Biden is as direct and forceful as he was when engaging Republican hecklers at the State of the Union address in March,” Biden boomed.

Direct and forceful? Were Biden’s dogs there to attack the hecklers, much as they’ve attacked his own Secret Service agents?
Disgracefully, Clinton was sure to strongly advocate for feckless Biden over “convicted criminal” Trump. Leaving out the fact that anyone would be “convicted” in a trial motivated wholly by politics.

“This election is between a convicted criminal out for revenge and a president who delivers results for the American people. No matter what happens in the debate, that’s an easy choice,” Clinton boomed.

Is that so?

Because most sensible voters are more likely to vote against an individual who has become super soft on crime and illegal migration … if only due to their own rather extensive list of criminal activities.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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