With the presidential race coming to a conclusion three weeks from today, the most important question we have to ask ourselves is, “Can we stand four more years of presidential prevarication?”
With Hillary Clinton’s decades-old record of telling falsehoods from Whitewater, Travelgate and Ben Ghazi, we know that she is routinely incapable of telling the truth. If elected, she will have a hard time topping her predecessor, President Obama, who was credited for creating “the lie of the year” in regards to the passage of Obama Care. Even though she joined the president in concert about the cause of the Ben Ghazi debacle, she has remained on the back burner of monumental liars for the past eight years.
However that has changed because of the thousands of Wikileaks currently being released about how she and her most trusted advisors actually regard things.
The most damaging Wikileak so far has been the disdain with which her surrogates regard the Roman Catholic Church. If this particular leak reaches the ear of the Pope, who is wont to comment on international affairs, there is a good chance he may become a factor in the upcoming US election. Should the Pope, by encyclical or spoken word, urge his flock to reject the Democrat attempt to secularize an age-old religious institution, it could have tremendous consequences since the American Catholic voting block is a large one, especially among Hispanic families.
Other important issues raised by Wikileaks include the fact that when Hillary gave her paid speeches to Wall Street she said that she had a dual personality when it comes to discussing things publicly and privately. Another hot topic released was that in a paid speech given in Brazil, she said that she favors open borders in the Western Hemisphere.
In addition to the uncovering of the real Hillary Clinton, she was done no favors by her spouse, who once again stepped in it by condemning the “red necks” of the country. That followed Bill’s famous diatribe on Obama Care when he called it the “craziest thing” in the world. To Bill’s credit, he managed to screw up the DOJ investigation of Hillary’s email scandal when he famously “by chance” happened to see AG Loretta Lynch’s plane pull up alongside his. Their meeting was described as a coincidental affair of two aircraft on the tarmac. Apparently, the AG’s plane could wander about the airport willy-nilly and not respond to instructions from the air controller. All the Trump campaign has to do is find out who was on duty in the tower when the chance meeting took place. His testimony could be very riveting when it comes to his explanation of who instructed him to guide the AG’s plane to the appointed spot adjacent to Bill’s craft.
With the projected release of some 30,000 more emails describing the Hillary campaign’s on-going relations with the State Department, the DOJ and possibly higher in the White House, in the suppliant Press Corps it will be a titillating next twenty-one days.