Thursday’s Fox Business News Republican presidential debate in Charleston will likely overshadow Sunday’s Democratic debate in that same city.Of course, no one will place the blame where it really belongs - squarely on the shoulders of the black so-called 'leaders' who are nothing but welfare pimps, and their white liberal enablers.
At least that’s the hope of Debbie Wasserman Schultz , a Hillary sycophant who chairs the Democratic National Committee. She has allowed only a half-dozen debates (recently on Saturday evenings). This is akin to the State Department releasing Hillary’s emails on Fridays. Both obfuscations are not working.
... expect Hillary, who, after discouraging polls on Tuesday, toughened her attack on Bernie’s voting record, to blame inner city black-on-black crime on soft-on-gun-control Sanders, who will respond with passionate indignation.
The Congressional Black Caucus is in Hillary’s corner, but Sanders might bring up Bill Clinton’s mass incarceration policies, which the Clintons now disown. Reacting to Tavis Smiley, who said on Monday that on every economic issue black Americans under President Obama have lost ground on the economy, all three Democrats will blame Republicans, not Obama.Previously noted here.
The latest polls show that Sanders could win Iowa, especially if he draws new voters. An Iowa victory would ensure that Vermont’s Sanders wins neighboring New Hampshire, where he already is leading. Those results would give Sanders momentum -- even in the South.I'd love to see Uncle Joe enter the race. It would be like a clown car wreck - funny and bloody at the same time. I'd grab a beer (or two...) and a bowl of popcorn and pull up a chair in front of the TV to watch that debate.
... if Hillary falters, party bosses will change the convention rules so that a late entrant -- Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, or John Kerry -- could be the nominee. Biden’s praise two days ago for Bernie’s “authenticity” over Hillary on economic issues is further evidence he sees Bernie as a possible stalking horse. Nonetheless, Bernie now thinks he can win, so look for him to be more aggressive in Sunday’s debate, especially as he responds in kind to Hillary’s attacks.
Beyond the debate, Hillary is under siege. Developing issues will affect general election polls, effectively helping Sanders claim he would be a better candidate in November.In a related note, the father of one of the victims "discussed a journal entry he had written following his conversation with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after the death of his son." In that entry, dated Sep. 15, 2012, Charles Woods wrote “I gave Hillary a hug and shook her hand... And she said, ‘We are going to have the filmmaker arrested who was responsible for the death of your son.’”
(1) Benghazi and mistrust of Hillary. Benghazi is not an issue for Democrats, but trust does affect independents. This week, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi opens in theaters. It doesn’t mention Hillary, but it will impact her, especially among younger voters. And remember, Charles Woods, the father of Navy SEAL Ty Woods (who was killed at Benghazi), says Hillary lied to him at Andrews Air Force Base on the arrival of his son’s casket. Even if O’Malley does not mention the movie or Woods in Sunday’s debate , Benghazi will not go away.
For that alone she should be disqualified from holding any public office.
(2) Cosby and victims. Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton each settled a civil suit about possible sexual assault. Sanders has already described Bill Clinton’s conduct as “disgraceful and unacceptable,” then added, “I’m running against Hillary Clinton, not against Bill Clinton.”
Many African-American voters watching Sunday’s debate may believe it’s unfair to hold Cosby accountable, and not Clinton, for long-ago allegations of sexual misconduct... Even if Sanders on Sunday will not escalate from Bill’s infidelity to Hillary’s enabling, and then further to Hillary’s intimidation of victims, at least one Cosby criminal case and multiple Cosby civil cases will keep the discussion alive in the age of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.Yet it's the republicans that the media insists are waging a war on women.
(3) Investigation and possible indictment. Anyone who has had a high security clearance knows the routine – signing that you understand and will follow the classification protocols. There is a prima facie case for Hillary’s indictment, and failure to indict would undermine the system and compromise future prosecutions of others. If she is not indicted, look for damaging leaks against her. If she is indicted, she’ll claim a witch-hunt like the Whitewater investigation, but this would be Obama’s Justice Department.In a fair and just world, shrillary would already have been indicted, arrested, and be facing trial for endangering national security. And let's not forget the (hopefully) ongoing investigation of the public corruption angle regarding Clinton Foundation donors and subsequent government favors.
(4) Health and age. Celebrity television physician Drew Pinsky wonders why Hillary is “getting such shoddy care.” That’s a nice way to inquire into her medical history and about possible lingering effects from her concussion. Pinsky notes recurrent blood clots in her leg, and the risk of pulmonary embolism. Others suggest a troubling matrix of symptoms – fatigue and mood swings, swelling and weight gain.Maybe she'll do us all a favor and stroke out.
Trump, as only he can do, has put Hillary on notice about her frequent urination...Perhaps it's time for the hildabeast to start wearing a piddle pack.
... if Hillary is her party’s nominee, her hardcore supporters will never leave her. But there could be defections among younger Democrats. And her victory among independent voters is hardly assured.We can only hope...