How can Hillary Clinton possibly be elected president of the United States? Pat Buchanan outlines in spades the case against this congenital liar and disgrace to American politics. And while Pat makes a case no American can possibly refute, he is being kind. As Pat correctly notes. An election of Hillary Clinton is going to kick off an immediate retribution wave that is going to be deadly news for all Americans.
A big percentage of Americans believe the Clintons should be drummed out of the American political landscape, and Hillary jailed.
Pat Buchanan tells readers: “Should Donald Trump surge from behind to win, he would likely bring in with him both houses of Congress.”
He writes at The American Conservative:
Much of his agenda — tax cuts, deregulation, border security, deportation of criminals here illegally, repeal of Obamacare, appointing justices like Scalia, unleashing the energy industry — could be readily enacted.
But consider what a Hillary Clinton presidency would be like.
She would enter office as the least-admired president in history, without a vision or a mandate. She would take office with two-thirds of the nation believing she is untruthful and untrustworthy.
The hostility Clinton would face the day she takes office would almost seem to ensure four years of pure hell.
The reason: her credibility, or rather her transparent lack of it.
Forty times during her FBI interrogation, Clinton said she could not or did not recall. This writer has friends who went to prison for telling a grand jury, “I can’t recall.”
After studying her testimony and the contents of her emails, FBI Director James Comey virtually accused Clinton of lying.
Yesterday’s newspapers exploded with reports of how Bill Clinton aide Doug Band raised money for the Clinton Foundation, and then hit up the same corporate contributors to pay huge fees for Bill’s speeches.
What were the corporations buying if not influence? What were the foreign contributors buying, if not influence with an ex-president, and a secretary of state and possible future president?
Did none of the big donors receive any official favors?
And, with the election over, the investigative reporters of the adversary press, Pulitzers beckoning, would be cut loose to go after her.
The Republican House is already gearing up for investigations that could last deep into Clinton’s first term.
This election is not over. But if Hillary Clinton wins, a truly hellish presidency could await her, and us.