Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Hillary Breaks Glass Ceiling, Face on Big Screen

Hillary addressed the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night via the big screen.

Her message was "I'm a woman."

True, history was made. Unfortunately, the first woman to be the nominee of a major political party is incompetent, untrustworthy, hopelessly corrupt, and an unrepentant liar.

Woman in the hall, supporters, were shown crying tears of joy.

She's a woman. Really, what difference, at this point, does it make?

I'm supposed to be impressed by her gender and the fact that people voted for a woman to be president?

I'm not.

Being female doesn't make her a desirable candidate. Her gender does nothing to alter the reality of all the other stuff that makes her unfit.

We know her role in the Benghazi cover-up. We know she lied. We know she tried to skirt accountability and put national security at risk with her private server. We know she lied. We know the election was rigged. We know the DNC worked to undermine Bernie Sanders. We know the dirty tricks, though I'm sure the dirtiest truths haven't been revealed yet.

It's too bad that a truly historic moment is nothing to celebrate because of the undeniable Clinton/Democrat sleaze.

The optics were very weird, the leader in the red jacket addressing the cheering masses.

There was an evil dictator vibe to the giant Hillary speaking from the screen.

Very creepy.

The Democrats are really taking bizarre to a new level.

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