Last year, The Horn News reported that Hillary’s revenge began Dec. 15, 2016 — and right on cue one year later, another piece of her secretive puzzle has fallen into place.
The mainstream media, out of nowhere, has jumped on board.
Despite tasting the bitter rejection of American voters in the Nov. 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton has refused to go away. Throughout President Donald Trump’s first year in office, Hillary has been busy pulling strings and setting plans in motion.
Immediately after the 2016 election, Bill and Hillary Clinton put what remains of their political capital behind the future of daughter Chelsea Clinton — and speculation surrounding Chelsea’s next move has been a whirlwind ever since.
Now, the media is calling for Chelsea to run for senate in 2018… in Arkansas, her home state. They want her to run for Republican Sen. Tom Cotton’s seat, should he accept a position in the CIA.
Outside observers noted that Chelsea Clinton’s increased public persona following Trump’s inauguration hinted that she was preparing for a run for office. Since then, Chelsea has been busy writing books and pushing politically-motivated children’s stories, gathering support among politically-connected friends, and has become an inflammatory public critic of the president.
She has even been caught circulating fake anti-Trump news to her supporters.
To what ends? In 2016, The Horn News reported that the Clintons “plan is for Chelsea Clinton to run for Congress, maybe as early as 2018.”
Now, almost a year to the day from our first bombshell report, one of Politico magazine’s top editors has begun openly calling for Chelsea to run for senate in 2018.
Like the hundreds of body bags surrounding the Clinton family, the timing is too perfect to be a complete coincidence.
The editor, Bill Scher, is a friendly voice for the Clinton family. For years he was an outspoken supporter of Hillary’s opponents, and regularly attacked both of Trump and socialist Bernie Sanders during the 2016 election.
In March, Chelsea told Variety she would not run for office unless “someone steps down or something changes, I’ll then ask and answer those questions at that time.”
That something that would happen should Cotton accept the CIA post.
The Arkansas senatorial seat would be an uphill climb for Chelsea. But as Politico notes, “by entering the Arkansas contest, she would at least start her politician life with exceedingly low expectations” while also following in her father’s footsteps. Bill Clinton lost his first public bid for Congress in 1974, after all.
Running in 2018, Scher notes, would “give [Chelsea] the opportunity to establish her own political persona” and “hone her stump skills” while training her to fight “the inevitable Clinton family conspiracy theories without the pressure of risking her entire political career on her first race.”
With donations to the controversial Clinton Foundation quickly drying up, Hillary and Bill need to get their claws back into the government sooner rather-than later.
“Chelsea would be the next extension of the Clinton brand,” and insider told The New York Post in March.
“Arkansas is inhospitable territory for any Democrat,” Political admits. “Therefore, the state party has little to lose by turning to Chelsea, and Chelsea has little to lose by returning home.”
But it would still represent the first step in Hillary’s revenge — something America cannot afford.
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