It is quite likely that Hillary suffers from two mental disorders: chronic dissociation from truth and projection.
Specifically, it is highly likely that when her vocal cords vibrate and her lips move, she is verbalizing an untruth. If she is telling the truth and it is verifiable, check out the moon for the color blue.
Secondly, if Hillary calls someone an anti-Semite, you can bet she's really talking about herself and not the individual who she is targeting.
A few days ago, Donald Trump posted a tweet showing Hillary Clinton with a Star of David on the side with the saying: "Most Corrupt Candidate Ever," inside the star. Clinton reacted to the tweet by calling Trump anti-Semitic.
That's an example of projection--she calls Trump anti-Semitic when her history on Israel and the Jewish people implies that it is she who has a problem with the Jews.
For over twenty years Hillary and Sidney Blumenthal had been bosom buddies and shared myriad emails, late night phone calls and social gatherings at each other's home. Hillary so valued Sidney's opinions that during her failed 2008 campaign for the presidency, she used him as her senior advisor.
Hillary even used Sidney Blumenthal secretly as her private advisor, paying him $120,000 a year for his opinions and services. This went against President Obama's orders not to use him after feeling the wrath of a dirty campaign Blumenthal ran against him in the campaign. But since when would presidential orders stop Hillary Clinton from doing what she wants?
Columns were written telling how Sidney sent articles to Hillary from his son, Max, a notorious vehement hater of Israel. Max Blumenthal's book Goliath used some of these articles for the book whose launching was at the Blumenthal house.
Max's disgusting book compares Israel to the Nazis. It calls for the expulsion of Jews from Israel and it makes Palestinian terrorism palatable and justified, while comparing the IDF to the German SS.
Sidney, proud of his son, shared his "work" with her and she replied with glowing praise. In fact, she often forwarded Max's anti-Zionist articles to her staff with the directive to "Pls print." She asked for multiple copies too, in order to hand them out to her staff and discuss them.
Hillary has responded to Max's garbage thusly:
8/17/2010 -- "Pls congratulate Max for another impressive piece. He's so good."
11/18/2010 -- "A very smart piece as usual."
4/7/2011 -- "Will Max's piece be published anywhere else? It is powerful and touching." [Especially if you're a fan of Hamas.]
12/23/2011 -- "Max strikes again!" [At the Jewish state and the Jews.]
9/13/2012 -- "Your Max is a mitzvah!" [A mitzvah is a good work or good act. A Jew comparing the IDF to the SS is a mitzvah in Hillary's mind.]
Sidney had been sending Hillary anti-Israel articles and advice for years and she appeared to enjoy the articles about the evils of Israel. She never asked him to stop the flow of anti-Israel propaganda.
The truth is, if you search all of Hillary Clinton's emails, you will not find even one pro-Israel article or piece of Sid Blumenthal advice regarding the Jewish state.
In 2013, Alan Dershowitz, a supporter of Clinton, saw how damaging Sid's defense of Max's anti-Israel views would be to Hillary's political future and warned, "Max Blumenthal is well outside the acceptable range of rhetoric about Israel. His constant comparisons between Nazi Germany and the Jewish state establish him as an extremist bigot whose greatest appeal is to anti-Semites and others who apply a double standard to the Jewish state. Any political candidate who would associate himself or herself with such views would be unacceptable to Americans . . . I hope that the Clintons ask Sid to expressly disassociate himself from his son's views--and if he refuses to, that they no longer work with him on any matters."
The Clintons did not heed those words, but so far, Americans are clueless about who Hillary Clinton really is.
So does Hillary really think Trump is anti-Semitic or is she simply projecting?