Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claims we’re “Stronger Together.”
Her history proves that’s not true.
If you’re near Clinton during one of her many scandals, you will find yourself thrown directly under the bus. Then, you will find yourself standing in the unemployment line, or in court.
No wonder she never learns from her mistakes — everyone else pays for them!
For example, take the news that two influential Democratic operatives will lose their jobs after being caught on video bragging about instigating violence at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies and conspiring to commit voter fraud on behalf of the Clinton campaign. Scott Foval told undercover investigators he hires “mentally ill” people to disrupt Trump gatherings and create chaos. Robert Creamer, who is married to Democratic Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky of Illinois, described the tactics he uses to “find my way around the voter registration law for Hispanics” in swing states.
The footage, released by Project Veritas, bears out Trump’s warnings that the presidential election is being rigged.
When the Clintons get embarrassed, somebody is getting the axe – and that somebody is never Hillary.
Both men denied any wrongdoing. But last Monday, Americans United for Change announced it had cut ties with Foval, and a day later Creamer said he, too, was falling on his sword and “stepping back” from the campaign.
Thump, thump. Two more minor speed bumps, and the Clinton campaign bus keeps rolling.
It has long been rumored that standing in the way of Clinton is a great way to end up on a missing persons report, but even supporting her might get you terminated in another way.
These two powerful men join a long list of people the former first lady has asked to fall on their sword for her sake, including:
- Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The Florida congresswoman got caught red-handed trying to rig the Democratic primary for Clinton over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. When the e-mails went public, Schultz resigned as chair of the Democratic National Committee in disgrace. Luckily, Hillary hired her just days later. Not every one of Clinton’s fired lackeys are so lucky, though. Twenty years earlier, there was….
- David Wilhelm. As a payback for managing Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, Bill rewarded Wilhelm – a 36-year-old whiz kid – by naming him the youngest head of the DNC. But Wilhelm pressured Democrats to support Clinton’s health care scheme, Hillarycare, in the face of mass opposition. The result? Republicans took control of the House for the first time in 40 years, and Wilhelm announced his resignation in 1994. Unlike Debbie, Wilhelm got no cozy job with the Clintons after doing their bidding… and he was clearly upset. Wilhelm very publically got his revenge by endorsing President Barack Obama instead of Hillary in the 2008 primaries.
- Colin Powell. Even though he was a Republican appointee, Powell has a long, friendly relationship with both Clintons. When the media found out about her controversial homebrew email server, Clinton eagerly threw the blame at him and said Powell told her he used a similar set-up when he was secretary of state. Powell said that he told her no such thing – but claims he’ll vote for her for president.
- Travelgate. As soon as her husband took office in 1993, Clinton ordered his staff to fire seven employees in the White House Travel Office, so she could give their jobs to “our people.” Clinton told her staff to “fire the sons of bitches” to hand out the office’s contracts to Hollywood buddy Harry Thomason and a distant cousin of Bill Clinton’s. Hillary insisted she did nothing and withheld evidence for years. Then a memo surfaced, saying Hillary had pressured the office over the firings eight separate times, and there would be “hell to pay” if they didn’t obey her orders, pronto. Seven years later, an independent counsel found that Hillary lied to investigators, giving “factually false testimony.” But he let her escape criminal charges, because he could not prove that she intended to lie. (Sound familiar?)
- Lani Guinier. Guinier had been a friend of Bill and Hillary’s for decades, ever since they met at Yale, when they tapped her to a top spot in the Justice Department’s civil rights office in April 1993. But Newsweek called her a “quota queen” after learning of her radical views that racial minorities should be able to overturn elections. When Guinier showed up at a public event, her old college friend wouldn’t be seen with her, then refused to speak with her when she showed up at the White House to plan how to fight for her candidacy. Someone there told Vanity Fair that Clinton had sent the message that “Lani Guinier was untouchable.” Feeling the pressure from both Clintons, Guinier withdrew.
- Nakoula Nakoula. Clinton and Barack Obama falsely blamed the Benghazi attack on an “anti-Islamic” film shot by Nakoula Nakoula. Privately, they knew U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others died in an attack to commemorate the original 9/11 hijackings. Even after the administration backed down from their lie, they found a way to prosecute Nakoula on unrelated charges, sending him to jail for a year. As of last year, he was homeless. Nakoula was a registered Democrat from 2008 to 2012, according to The Daily Beast.
Being a friend of Hillary Clinton’s seems to be a one-way street. How much does Hillary Clinton really care about you if she’s willing to put her friends out of work to save her own skin?
Her wrath extends even to those in the mainstream media that question her. Just ask:
- Dr. Drew Pinsky. On August 17, the left-leaning psychiatrist said, in his professional opinion, the way Clinton handled her shaky health “looks bizarre. There ought to be some sort of standard for people that are going to lead the country or are going to making these important decisions.” Eight days later, CNN announced his Headline News show would be canceled.
- David Seaman. The Huffington Post blogger also lost his gig after raising questions about Hillary’s health this fall. “I can confirm my @HuffingtonPost account is done. IS THIS CHINA? DO PEOPLE NOT HAVE FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS?” he asked on Twitter.
- David Schuster. The former MSNBC host lost his job after casually remarking in 2008 that the Clintons had “pimped out” Chelsea by having her do fundraisers and campaign events for her mother’s presidential campaign. He’s the same host who lied to millions of people by saying that Sarah Palin thought Africa was a country, not a continent. He also accused the Tea Party of racism and anti-Semitism without a shred of evidence – all without incident. But insult Princess Chelsea and there’s hell to pay.
That’s a lot of jobs lost.
But those unemployed Americans are just the tip of the iceberg, should Clinton be elected in two weeks.
– The Horn editorial team