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Sunday, July 31, 2016

Hillary goes on Fox

In an exclusive interview with Chris Wallace on Fox's "Fox News Sunday," Hillary Rodham Clinton agreed that Americans have a legitimate concern about her trustworthiness. She was referring to, in part, her email scandal and the Benghazi attack which she did nothing to save the lives of four Americans, one of whom was Ambassador Chris Stevens. Instead, she blamed the catalyst for the jihadist attack on some obscure video, which she even told the families of the victims was the cause that led up to the Islamic attack. 

The would-be felon, if not for the FBI's James Comey letting her off the hook because of who she is, said, "I think that it's fair for Americans to have questions.  Every time I run for an office, though, oh my goodness, all of these caricatures come out of nowhere. And people begin to undermine me because when I left office as secretary of state, 66 percent of Americans approved of what I do."

Well, oh my goodness, these caricatures do not 'come out of nowhere.' They come out of your incompetence, sneakiness, rampant lying that puts your political ambition above that of the security of the American people, and the characteristic way you shout when you speak and your eyes go wild.

It's amazing your favorability rating is north of zero, but there will always be voters who base their choice on demographics rather than qualities that candidates are accountable for, like competence, honesty, patriotism and putting America first and not just saying it.

When Wallace confronted her with the issue that two-thirds of Americans have concerns about her trustworthiness, she parroted her cliched response: "I know that I have work to do."


Hillary Clinton does not believe that she needs to change anything about herself because if she did, she would have started that thirty years ago.

The DNC email hack was also discussed but she never quite made the claim that what generated the hack was the fact that Putin wants Trump to win the presidency.

Regarding Hillary on the Benghazi attack when she told family members of the victims she never sent support for and blamed the attack on a video, she claimed the families 'misunderstood' her because they were overwhelmed by grief.

Right--they were all so mentally messed up that they heard Clinton tell them that she was going to get that guy who made the video when she really said, "We know it was an Islamic jihadist attack and we're going to do everything we can to destroy those terrorists and bring them to justice."

The biggest flaw that Hillary Clinton has is that she believes the American people are all stupid. Her greatest strength is that she convinced those who are to vote for her.