Do you think she knows that she doesn’t become president if Trump is removed from office?
WASHINGTON — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who ran against Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, said in an interview exerpt [sic] released Tuesday that she is “favor of moving toward impeachment” and that “we are in a crisis.”
She’s been living a life of delusion, so no.
Hillary may not be wrong about the “we are in crisis” quip. She should be asked to define “we”.
While reading the transcript of the Trump-Zelensky phone conversation what might jump out at you is Trump’s mention of Ukraine’s possession of the DNC servers. The same servers that were in the possession of the Clinton campaign by virtue of the secret contractual takeover of the DNC by the Clinton campaign 18 months out from the election, a revelation shared by no less than Donna Brazile after her post-election relief of Debbie Wasserman-Shultz as head of the DNC. The same servers Democrats claim were hacked. The same servers the FBI and subsequent Mueller investigation never examined. The pre-Zelensky Ukraine government connections to Democrats and the 2016 election are worth exploring.
Before dismissing Trump’s mention of the servers as something from his addled brain, remember back to the trashing Trump took for claiming just a day or two after the election that he was being “wiretapped”. That knowledge came in a face to face briefing from Admiral Mike Rodgers, Director of the NSA, informing him that Trump Towers and the Trump transition team were in fact under federal electronic surveillance. Not everybody in federal service is dirty. Hillary has every right to be worried.
The next 15 months could be a wild ride.
Watching the liberal talking heads was about as nauseating as it could. I’ve seen many gross things in my life and these liberals rank in the top ten nauseating things I have seen or heard.
Impeach already, quite flapping the gums you liberals!
Bring on President Pence!
More action, less flapping.
“Bring on President Pence!”
Impeachment is just a liberal fantasy, but if they get it done, I am also good with the result of removal. (President Pence)
Democrats are dead as candidates if they impeach in an election year over made up nonsense. So as a tribal Trump supporter, I see nothing but upside for liberals indulging their hate.
Well, if Pence was involved, then it’s President Pelosi, isn’t it?
Bring on President Pence!
Are you trying to scare the whole country into suicide?
“Are you trying to scare the whole country into suicide?”
Trumpanzees are a minority.
There are plenty of non-trumpers that find Pelosi loathsome.
Being involved in making liberals constantly cry is not a crime, but a valuable public service.
Anyone can be voted Speaker of the House. You don’t need to be a member of the House. The Speaker is third in line of succession. So presto, Pelosi steps down, they vote Hillary to be Speaker, then when Trump and Pence resign, Hillary is President, fair and square.
AOC may have a difference of opinion on some policies with Pelosi but, I’ll bet you a Brazier Meal that AOC would prefer Pelosi sitting in the Oval Office over Trump or Pence.
AOC would have very little to whine about. She will have to go back to the long failed doomsday warnings of liberals like Paul Ehrlich.
Wouldn’t Hillary just make “involuntary suicide” worse?
Suspicious involuntary suicides are already bad enough with her as the loser.
Just what are you advocating?
You’re saying AOC would prefer either Trump or Pence occupy the Oval Office??
Kevin, too soon. Too soon after Trump hints the whistleblower is a spy and should be handled the old-fashioned way.
Do you think before you type? Or do you have any concept of what words mean?
Clintons are notorious for “involuntary suicides” in their social circles.
Really? Any proof, or just more nonsense from the king of nonsense.?
I think Kevin means “in his social cirlces.” Conservative conspiracy theories make for entertaining radio and web, mostly because there’s no end. You can fill an hour with as much speculation and string-connecting as you can imagine.
>Conservative conspiracy theories make for entertaining radio and web, mostly because there’s no end.
Says the drooling neanderthal who posted this yesterday
“Anyone can be voted Speaker of the House. You don’t need to be a member of the House. The Speaker is third in line of succession. So presto, Pelosi steps down, they vote Hillary to be Speaker, then when Trump and Pence resign, Hillary is President, fair and square.”
Vince Foster!? Hah!
Now you have passed the border of ridiculous thought.
Hillary’s flopsweat over the Ukraine investigation has to do with her likely Federal imprisonment–and that of Bill, and their daughter, along with John Kerry and his adopted son Heinz, the Biden family males, and several dozen assorted members of Obama’s administration—plus various high-level FBI, CIA, and NSC members.
Don’t start with the Clinton “Foundation.” Start, instead, with good ol’ George Soros and Viktor Pinchuk. The Foundation is a scam, as everyone knows. Its donors are people who will be interviewed extensively by a Fed investigator from Connecticut, but they’ll (mostly) be given passes in return for info on all the people in the graf above.
The indictees will likely include every single person who had a high-level White House office during Obama’s regime.
As to taking bets on Clintoncide: Giuliani is now among the top three targets. I’m thinking that Biden’s coke-head kid is right up there, too, and maybe Susan Rice or Valerie Jarrett, assuming neither of them flee the country and disappear entirely.
Sorry!! I forgot to mention that several members of the Senate and House–and perhaps 2 dozen staffers from both those places–will also be on the hot seat. At least a couple of them will be on the Clintoncide list, too.
People tend to die in Hillary’s wake.
You have a much higher rate of suicide knowing Clintons.
Jason, glad you enjoyed my hypothetical. Would you consider it a conspiracy?
No k, don’t. And you can’t prove that they do.
More “internet” conspiracy theories, Dud?
If by nuanced you mean they understand the fine-point details about what takes to redirect attention from the issue at hand, I would have to agree with you. They are masters of deflection and rationalization.
Sorry, wrong thread.