Friday, July 8, 2016

The State of the Race for Hillary Clinton

The race is on between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Trump is only now getting involved in the fundraising game.

Hillary Clinton has been raking and scouring supporters for years.

Yet, there is a sense of uneasiness from the Clinton camp.

Arthur, yesterday marked the first quarterly deadline since Hillary and Trump became their party’s respective nominees, and here’s what we know:

Our team raised $68.5 million for the campaign in June -- that’s an AMAZING accomplishment, and a huge portion of it came from online supporters like you.

Because of you, we're moving forward with opening dozens of new field offices and hiring hundreds of new organizers in key states this summer.

More than 1.5 million grassroots donors have stepped up to say you’re committed to stopping Donald Trump -- and to breaking the highest glass ceiling in America.

More donors are stepping up for Donald Trump, too.

We’re all so grateful to you, Arthur -- no one more so than Hillary. But while we celebrate our accomplishment, we also need to be clear (but not overconfident) about what we’re up against in this election.

I find it so funny that the Clinton camp is grateful to me. I have not donated one penny to them, and will spend more time (and perhaps money) stopping Hillary Clinton from polluting the White House--again.

Donald Trump’s campaign hasn’t yet announced how much money they raised in June, but Trump said earlier this week that if they come up short, he’ll simply write himself a check to make up the difference.

He raised a lot of money. It was YUUUUUGE!

If he follows through with that, it could change this election. Arthur, we can’t rest on our laurels and assume we have this in the bag. I know a lot of people have a hard time picturing Donald Trump making decisions in the Oval Office. But it could happen. We have to take that seriously, Arthur. Just look at the polls: We’re only up by one point in Colorado. We’re tied in Ohio. In North Carolina, Trump is up by two.

Let's hope that Republican do not rest on their laurels, either.

So we’re going to keep working our tails off, and we’re not taking anything for granted. In the primary, we fought for every delegate, and we won. In the general, we’re going to fight for every vote -- and we’re going to win again. That’s why this team is so critical: Every time you volunteer for an hour, chip in $1, or help get the word out on Facebook or Twitter, you’re doing the work that will win this election.

We have to win, Arthur. This is a pivotal moment in our nation’s history. Our core American values like equality, freedom of religion, and freedom of speech are under attack -- if we lose, we could slide back into something really scary.

Once again, I cannot help but laugh when Democrats like Hillary Clinton claim that they want to protect our liberties. Every policy she advocates for undermines liberty or ignores it entirely.

The Clinton campaign claims that they want to protect religious liberty, yet she claimed that Christians and the Bible will have to change their views to fit with her new narrative about abortion, marriage, and other perverse distortions of the truth.

Hillary Clinton, weighed down with corruption

Whatever the state of the race may be for Hillary Clinton, more people need to wake up to what they are giving up if they let her win.

I firmly believe that in moments like these, when a real threat comes, you don’t stay silent. You stand up and you fight for what you believe in. That’s what this team is doing, Arthur. And 20 or even 50 years from now, you’re going to be able to tell your children and grandchildren that in the face of bigotry and hatred, you stood up for tolerance and understanding, for love and kindness, for the future of our country and our world.

I certainly will not stay silent. Hillary Clinton is a criminal. Hillary Clinton is a liar. Hillary Clinton is a fraud.

The real question emerges: have the voters in this country lost all major moral bearings?

The state of the race for Hillary Clinton is in major flux, apparently.

Are we witnessing more medial manipulation, then, when statisticians and national polling suggest that Hillary Clinton is the presumptive winner in 2016?

We will see in the months to come.

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