Friday, November 3, 2017

Yesterday Marked The First Time Democrats Showed They Weren’t Scared Of The Clintons Anymore

I thoroughly enjoyed reading the excerpt from Donna Brazile’s new book “Hacked” published by a lefty website detailing how Hillary “put her own interests first before she became her Party’s presidential nominee.”
She had the DNC in her pocket more than a year before the 2016 general election and months before the first Democrat Party primary.  Her nomination was indeed rigged.
Wesley Pruden opined for The Washington Times, “The gritty details of how it happened, which is the point of the book, will seem arcane, impenetrable and ultimately boring, not worth the candle for readers beyond the Capital Beltway, and to a lot of them inside that concrete necklace, but “Hacked” will be picked over by the party regulars and insiders who will never see the dowager queen in the same comfortable way again. The most qualified candidate for president in the history of the universe might be rendered unemployable by what’s behind the dam that’s about to break, but if she wants to be a comfortable college president to coast into her sunset years, she might have to be satisfied to be the president of a New England barber and beauty college.
Pruden continues, “Stanley Greenberg, a strategist in several Clinton campaigns, details in the magazine American Prospect, widely read on the capital’s progressive ramparts, how Hillary’s errors, her mismanagement of the campaign, her inability to listen to anybody, including Bubba, and above all scorning—'sneering at’ is not too strong—the Party’s traditional working-class base. No one with a glimmer of smarts, for example, would have told the coal miners of West Virginia she was going to put them out of business.
The Ice Cube In Heels would do anything to get elected and felt entitled to the Democratic nomination and the presidency.
Losing the election was not about stolen emails and pilfered messages. The election of Donald Trump was about how the voters, including those forgotten Democratic voters in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania were finally fed up with a party gone to seed. They were looking for someone who understood that America needed to be put back on the rails, and they knew Hillary Clinton was not that someone. 
There are likely more postmortems on the way that will confirm there was never any rationale for Granny’s candidacy and a growing body of evidence Democrats have left the Clintons in the rear-view mirror for good.

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