Saturday, December 22, 2018

The Clinton campaign threw the 2016 presidential election

Had former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton been elected in 2016 Paul Ryan would be president today.

Her campaign knew that if Hillary won the rabid Republican House would have impeached her by now, the Senate would be debating her removal and Trump would be on the sidelines egging them on. Somebody (probably Robert Mercer and Cambridge Analytica) promised Paul Ryan the presidency had Clinton been removed and Tim Kaine met an unfortunate end but that all crashed when Trump was installed. There’s no way in Hell the GOP would have given a President Kaine the time to choose a Veep.

Clinton sat in with the most sophisticated intelligence community on the planet, ferfucksake! She and her campaign knew the Russians, the Trump campaign, Mike Pence and the Republican Party were hacking the election and the battle over her private emails proves it. The tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch was to deliver a thumb drive containing the Steele Dossier to the Justice Department. It was likely an open secret Trump was already under the microscope. Hillary's campaign was phoned in at best so they gave Trump and the GOP all the rope they're using right now to hang themselves.

It’s becoming likelier all the time the outcome of the 2016 presidential election was engineered by the Obama White House, the Clinton campaign and the FBI to throw the election and destroy the GOP by destroying Trump.

It's the only explanation that makes any sense.

Now Lindsey Graham wants to be President pro tempore of the Senate and will become US President if Nancy Pelosi meets an unfortunate end after she succeeds in removing Trump and Pence. Remaining a mystery is how Trump and Pence will go away. Trump could fire Pence and appoint Clinton Vice-president then step down himself. That would be a model of the transition of power in American democracy that seems the most peaceful....

It's going to get ugly, isn't it?

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