It’s all over for Hillary Clinton. It's done. Finished. Finito. They are drawing chalk marks on the outline of her political career.
How bad is it? Hillary is now more likely to wind up in “The Big House” than the White House.
How bad is it? The cover-up of and conspiracy in Benghazi is the least of her worries.
How bad is it? No one is even mentioning the Clinton Foundation - where she accepted $2 billion in bribes … I mean donations … while serving as secretary of state, much of it from foreign governments, while quickly awarding contracts to those same countries and companies. Isn’t that called treason? That’s not even on the radar screen … yet.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes questions from reporters following a town hall meeting at Exeter High School August 10, 2015 in Exeter, New Hampshire. Clinton answered questions about Donald Trump's recent comments regarding women. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)
How bad is it? This scandal doesn’t even involve 32,000 emails she chose to erase and the server she purposely destroyed.
No, this first of many criminal investigations to come involves top-secret classified documents sent to her, and shared with her staff, on her personal emails. A place where any Chinese or Russian hacker could read the most sensitive U.S. government secrets.
How bad is it? She’s a presidential candidate under criminal investigation by the FBI and Department of Justice. Now key aides are under investigation. People around her are going to jail. And to avoid prison, they're going to be pointing their fingers at her.
How bad is it? Her only real competition at the moment is an old hippie who brags that he’s a socialist … and he just took the lead in New Hampshire. It’s not even close - Bernie Sanders leads Hillary 44 to 37 percent. Hillary is getting trounced by a 1960’s radical with no money, who is proud to call himself a commie. Compared to Bernie, Donald Trump looks like the establishment candidate!
The writing is on the wall. It’s all over but the actual speech announcing Hillary’s withdrawal from the race. That’s just a formality at this point. Think of all the disappointed foreign countries, certain they’d bought the next president. This must be devastating to world leaders and corrupt CEOs of multi-national corporations.
Just as I’ve predicted for months now, Hillary is done. Stick a fork in her. The only real suspense now is who will replace her as the Democratic nominee.
Here's the amazing part of the story:
The leading contenders are a commie (Bernie Sanders), a crazy man (Joe Biden) and a white woman who faked she was an Indian to get a job at Harvard (Elizabeth Warren).
Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, of Massachusetts speaks to a group of supporters at a rally in support of Kentucky democratic candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes, Sunday, June 29, 2014 at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Ky. AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley
I’m betting on Elizabeth Warren. Here’s why.
First, it can’t be Bernie Sanders. He’s an outright socialist. America only elect socialists who pretend to be moderates (see Barack Obama). No one admitting proudly they believe in the economic system of Cuba, Angola, Venezuela and Greece can be president of the United States. Big crowds, or not, Bernie is only a passing fancy. The Democrats must find a socialist who at least pretends to love America.
That leaves Joe Biden (aka “Crazy Uncle Joe”). I’ve predicted for months that Joe Biden would enter the race. But can he win? The Democrat Party is a party of angry, mentally-wounded, politically-correct, special interest groups united by one cause: an agenda that attacks, denigrates and punishes straight white men. Joe Biden just doesn’t fit the theme. Joe Biden kills the narrative of "the war against women."
But there’s a woman out there who is perfect for the perennially angry special interests of the Democratic Party. She can continue on with Hillary’s theme - that there’s a “Republican, conservative war on women.” Her name is Elizabeth Warren.
Warren bowed out of this race months ago in deference to Hillary. But now that Hillary is mortally wounded, I can already see the “heroic” press conference. I could write the script.
Elizabeth Warren will step up to the podium and say, “I’ve been a fighter for underdogs my entire life. I’ve fought for women, African Americans, Hispanics, gays, unions, the poor, the working class, mothers on welfare, children without enough food to eat. In light of Hillary Clinton’s distractions, I have decided for the good of this country and my party to re-think my decision. I believe my party needs me. I believe my country needs me. Consumers need me. The working class needs me. So…I’ve decided to enter the race for president of the United States.”
And just like that … Hillary is done. Just like that Hillary retires to Chappaqua and $50 million in legal bills. Get to work Slick Willie.
And just like that the “Republican war on women” is back in the headlines and back in TV ad campaigns. The Democrats are back in business. They’ve traded out a ultra-liberal woman with ethical issues for an ultra-liberal woman with ethical issues. But instead of ripping off taxpayers and the U.S. government, Warren only lied and ripped off Harvard.
The media will love it. They'll put Elizabeth on their biased shoulders and push her towards the presidency.
And all is well in the Democratic Party.
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