She has a legacy of dubious statements to justify these allegations. She told lies, even when there were no reasons to do so.
Hillary Clinton is a liar, pure and simple. She also enabled her rapacious husband, and pushed some of the most extreme, left-wing policies during her first two years as First Lady.
Hillary-care and Democratic corruption brought down Democratic majorities in 1994.
It looks like the country has changed, and has become more comfortable with corruption. Perhaps voters do not like Donald Trump, and feel that Hillary Clinton is more palatable, even though she is incredibly malevolent.
In the past week, I have met two enthusiastic left-wing activists, and neither one of them is voting for Hillary Clinton as "the lesser of two evils." Both of them readily admitted: "I cannot vote for her."
The phrased the uestion as a physical impossibility!
Meet Miguel Zuniga of Lomita, CA:
His bright blue Bernie shirts are unmistakable, unavoidable.
At first, I thought "Someone needs to tell this guy that the primary is over. Bernie lost."
But for hard-core Bernie supporters, the Revolution lives on. They want radical equality, at all costs.
I had to know more about this guy, and what he is thinking.
Check out his first comments:
I cannot imagine how outraged the grassroots Democrats activists must have felt--and still feel--knowing that the Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was tipping her hand the whole time, promoting Madam Hillary at every turn. The interal Wikileaks memos confirm the collusion form the Democratic Party structure doing their damnedest to promote Hillary Clinton and diminish Bernie Sanders.
Then I asked his thoughts about Donald Trump, Gary Johnson, and his new Presidential pick Jill Stein of the Green Party:
Zuniga thinks Trump is crazy, but at least he respects that truth that Trump is not (Really) racist.
He was spinning conspiracy theories, though, that Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are two sides of the same coin. Then again, I must admit that I had believed that Trump was a Democratic Plant who had infiltrated the race to ensure a Clinton victory.
Now, I am not sure what is going on. Trump wants to be a winner, but at the same time he defines winning by how many people like him, follow him, and attend his rallies. Large groups of people at a gathering does not translate into electoral victory. Stomping your feet at a rally is not the same as depositing a ballot at a polling station.
I could not help asking Miguel about his passion for Bernie Sanders. Who could resist, since he had the big blue Bernie Shirt.
Don't neglect to notice his Jill Stein button, too.
Hillary Clinton claims to be riding high in the polls. What will she do on Election Day though, when she notices a wide and growing part of the Democratic base is Not With Her?
Here were his final remarks to me:
Miguel Zuniga was honest about his affiliations. He was a Democrat, but now he is a full on Green Party candidate. The California 1900 delegates were burning for Bernie Sanders. Now they are going Green for Jill Stein.
He was wrong, but at least honest.
I was really offended when he claimed that religious extremism is the same, whether Christian or Muslim. That is simply not true, and that kind of moral equivocation is the root of many political problems in our country.
He also informed me that an active group of Progressive Democrats still meet every month in Torrance, and they reject Hillary Clinton. They simple cannot vote for her, During our discussion, he rebuffed the criticism that voting for a third party candidate is a wasted vote. Miguel is not settling for that argument. He has been voting for the lesser of two evils long enough. Political history also reveals that abortive third-party runs end up shaping the major party system, as they adopt key planks of the third-party platform to compete nationally in future elections.
As an average American who wants good, albeit limited government and rigid adherence to the Constitution, I reject almost everything that the Green Party stands for. More government will not protect the environment, as much as force more businesses out of business, while creating more unaccountable bureaucracies which put our lives and our environment at risk.
As a Trump supporter, I hope that more progressives feel the same way as Miguezl, and either vote for Jill Stein or do not vote at all!