May 27, 2019

This sounds suspiciously like a campaign speech

Dana Mathewson

In "days of olde" people accused of being vampires were killed and buried at crossroads with a stake in their hearts. Just sayin'...

Hillary Clinton hasn’t announced a 2020 run for the White House but remarks she delivered in Houston may have sounded like a campaign speech to some listeners.

Clinton launched a fiery attack Friday against President Trump, claiming the president tweeted a disputed video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi because he was "running scared.”

"Just look at what's happened in the last 24 hours," she said. "The president and his cronies have been running around spreading a doctored video of Nancy Pelosi. Now, it is sexist trash. But it is also a sign that Trump is running scared."

Trump running scared? Who knew Hillary had a gift for comedy? Why, she might have been able to draw larger crowds at the (widely acknowledged to be failing) Bill and Hillary Road Show if she'd exercised it like this.

Let me state for the record that Our Mr. Trump has never been credibly accused of "running scared" at any time in his life. Probably didn't even worry about monsters under his bed as a toddler, unlike the usual kid.

The former secretary of state, U.S. senator and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee made the remarks at a gathering of the Harris County Democratic Party.

Her speech seemed aimed at motivating Houston-area Democrats to get out the vote for the party’s candidates in 2020.

"We have to remind Americans we are the party that can deliver for them,” Clinton said. "But we also are the party that will stand up and protect the Constitution and address what is a very real constitutional crisis that this president has put us in.”
Pardon me while I laugh hysterically again. Hillary, you're killing me.

Some political observers have suggested that Clinton could make a third bid for the presidency in 2020 if none of the more than 20 Democrats currently in the running emerges as a clear threat to deny Trump a second term.

A recent Fox News Poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading the Democratic field with support from 35 percent of respondents, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders at 17 percent and the rest of the pack in single digits.

But a Biden nomination would carry some baggage heading into a general election: The former U.S. senator from Delaware is known for gaffes during public appearances and recently drew criticism for his history of placing his hands on women and girls. In addition, his son Hunter Biden has drawn scrutiny over business dealings in China, Ukraine and Romania.

A sudden loss of confidence in Biden among Democratic voters, coupled with the failure of any of the other Democrats to fill the void, could motivate Clinton – who attracted nearly 66 million votes in 2016 – to make another run at the White House, some argue.

Clinton made headlines in March when she told a New York-area news station that she would not seek the presidency in 2020.

"Aw-shucks," President Trump responded in a Twitter message,"does that mean I won’t get to run against her again? She will be sorely missed!"

But just a day later, "someone close to Clinton” told the New York Times that Clinton didn’t intend for her comments to "close the door on running.”

"She has told her team she is waiting at least to see the Mueller report,” the Times reported, citing the same source.

The rest of the story is here:

I think I have figured it out. Last time around, Hillary missed the chance to campaign in some really important spots. I doubt she'd be more motivated this time around; for one thing, I can't believe her physical health is any better. So I think the real skinny here is that she wants to be President but really doesn't want to do the work that it entails be become President.

Whatdya think, folks? We have a comment section for a reason.

Jack Kemp's 2c:

Who wants to run a candidate that would be more fitting for a "I've fallen and I can't get up" commercial? A woman who called half of the nation "Deplorables?"

This is her fantasy. Even Bill wouldn't vote for her this time in the primaries - or later.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at 01:41 PM | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1 She really is like a bad Dracula reboot. The woman just doesn't understand that people don't like her. And she obviously doesn't like them much either.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at May 28, 2019 08:07 AM (8+8Oo)

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