Hillary Clinton Is NO Ally of Women
By- Lorraine McQueeney
I’ve been in the back rooms of political campaigns since 1976. Campaigns ranging from Municipal Council to President. I’ve had the honor of meeting every Republican President since Gerald Ford, and I hope to meet the next Republican President, Donald Trump.
When it comes to back room politics, in many cases “if you’ve seen one, you’ve seen ‘em all.” I’ve heard some pretty amazing stories about what some campaigns get away with doing. They don’t call politics a “dirty business” for nothing. Reputation is everything, and when it comes to having a reputation for waging the nastiest political campaigns, this dubious distinction belongs to the Clintons.
Nothing is off limits to Hillary and Bill, and no blow is too low. Whatever it takes to achieve the objective, and if somebody gets in the way, do what it takes to get rid of them. If justice isn’t served and Hillary isn’t indicted and forced out of the race, the remainder of her campaign will be as ugly as her character is.
Donald Trump knows this more than anyone else in the Presidential campaign. He knows Hillary better than any other candidate, and knows that the best offense against someone like her is a good defense. He’s come under fire for some of the things he’s said during his campaign, but the shrewd businessman in him knows just what he’s doing.
Trump isn’t anti-woman, and he’s not a racist. He’s been called these things, but none of it is true. Since politics is the dirtiest game there is, He had to come out of the gate strong, especially as a political newcomer. The DNC’s heir apparent to the Oval office is known in her inner circle as rivaling Leona Helmsley as “the Queen of Mean.” Advantage Trump for knowing this fact as well.
Trump is in it to win it, brash, forceful and strong. He continues to stay true to that public persona. However, to think Trump one-dimensional and this persona to be all that he is, would be a mistake. It would also be a mistake to believe media reports that say that Trump does not have the support of black and women voters. Trump has a great deal of support from women voters and black voters, and has been endorsed by Sarah Palin, Pam Bondi, Ben Carson, Herman Cain, Larry Elder and Allen West to name a few, all of whom have made it beyond clear that Donald Trump is neither a racist nor a misogynist.
When facing off against Trump, Hillary is going to come out hard against him when it comes to women. He’s a “misogynist” she’ll say, while she is the champion of all women in America, which is precisely what Trump expects her to say. Once she goes down this road…..checkmate. The floodgates will open and Trump will make rather short work of her.
While she may be running on a “feminist platform,” Hillary Clinton is married to an alleged serial rapist. With words Hillary Clinton claims to be pro-women, yet by her actions, she has actively worked to ruin lives of her husbands’ accusers, for the sake of his career as well as her own. Had it not been for her own political ambition, she would not have stood by her man.
There have been countless reports of Hillary Clinton hiring detectives to threaten women who were “making trouble” for her husband. Kathleen Willey, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1993, has repeatedly stated that detectives hired by Hillary threatened her and her children. Former Miss Arkansas Sally Perdue stated that the Clinton Machine threatened to physically harm her, if she didn’t keep her mouth shut. Juanita Broadrick said that their homes were burglarized, and Gennifer Flowers stated in a recent television interview that she “has something incriminating on Bill Clinton” locked in a safety deposit box. Contents she said the Clintons know she has, which has used to ensure her safety.
This is the type of treatment sanctioned by a woman who has the audacity to say that sexual-assault survivors have a “right to be believed.” I guess it’s after they’re believed that everything else is fair game, quintessential Hillary. She referred to the 22-year-old intern who engaged in a consensual sexual relationship with her husband, the President of the United States, as a “narcissistic loony toon.” In fact, in what may be one of the rare factual statements to have come out of her mouth, Hillary did not deny that she said this.
We’ve heard feminist-friendly rhetoric ad nauseam come out of Hillary’s mouth during her lackluster campaign, yet some of the biggest donors to the Clinton Foundation are the Saudis. Even though Saudi Arabia has an atrocious record when it comes to women’s rights, Hillary and Bill have no problem taking millions of dollars from them. In return for their generosity, Hillary helped the Saudis get their hands on billions of dollars in military equipment from the U.S., equipment that may one day be used against US.
I won’t go into detail about the infamous list of suspicious deaths that have some type of connection to the Clintons, or provide additional examples to show that the Clinton Foundation is anything but a charity. Just a few minutes on Google will yield enough information to give more than reasonable doubt to anyone, but the most ardent Clinton fans, that Hillary isn’t who she says she is.
In the final analysis, you may want to consider asking yourselves if black people are better off today, almost eight years after the U.S. elected its first black president. When that very question was posed to Dr. Reginald Clark, a writer for the Black Agenda Report, he stated that the opposite is true, “Black misery has been growing since 2009 under President Obama’s economic and job creation policies. Black folks participation in the labor market has been steadily moving DOWNWARD during the Obama presidency – since 2009 when he was first inaugurated,”
What happened to the uplifting rhetoric of “hope and change” Obama promised? Actions speak louder than words, and Dr. Clark’s words speak succinctly to the ramifications of Obama’s action and inaction during his failed Presidency.
Therefore, despite her own bland brand of uplifting rhetoric, looking at her record, the foregone conclusion is that American women should not expect any better treatment under another Clinton presidency. Eight years of failure must not be allowed to become twelve.