Wednesday, October 26, 2016

"The not-so-crazy case against Hillary Clinton"

You think the Canucks all love Shrillery Clinton, eh. Especially their lamestream media. Especially the Canadian Broadcorping Castration. About 95% of the time you'd be right to think that, but every once in a while a bit of sanity somehow makes it by the PC police. Check out "The not-so-crazy case against Hillary Clinton", by Scott Gilmore, on the Maclean's website.

The subhead says something that Walt has been trying to explain for months: "The U.S. needs someone who can be trusted to bring the country together and then forward. Hillary Clinton is not that person."

What's really worth reading, though, is the lead-in, which likens the 2016 race to the bottom to a prize pig contest at a county fair. Imagine (Mr Gilmore writes) that one of the two finalist Berkshire hogs goes berserk -- examples are given -- leaving the judges so appalled that they award the prize to the other hog without knowing what the other one even looks like. Great analogy, eh!

That (the author says) is exactly what is happening right now. The Republicans’ prized Berkshire has run wild in ways that are so outlandish they defy satire.... As a result, the Democratic contender has been relatively ignored by the media, and will likely be elected simply because "she’s not Trump."

Now, the good news: Hillary Clinton has been scrutinized before, in depth. She and her husband have been the subject of official investigations almost constantly over the last 30 years: from Filegate to her current email scandal, this woman has been thoroughly weighed in the balance and found wanting.

Numerous examples are given. Read the whole article to learn why Mr Gilmore believes "Hillary Clinton is not that person."

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