THIS & THAT #16
THERE’S MORE BLAME, JUST
CHANGE THE PARTY'S NAME
PART TWO — THE DEMOCRATS
Former President Clinton was quoted in a weekly newspaper near to where he and Hillary live, that President-elect Donald Trump “doesn’t know much,” but “one thing he does know is how to get angry, white men to vote for him.”
Bill is now an angry white man, and probably laments the fact that he didn’t do quite enough to earn the title “First Man.” The same goes for the Democratic National Committee and Hillary’s inept advisors, but let’s start with the DNC — aka, “the Crooked DNC.”
DISTORTED VIEW FROM ABOVE
The Democrats were in a “d” mode by being devious, deceptive, deceitful, duplicitous, and dishonest. Let’s look and try and determine who and or what were to blame for their election loss?
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign in July, after WikiLeaks e-mails revealed that top DNC staff members had plotted to sabotage Bernie Sanders.
Using all of her years of accumulated political wisdom, Hillary immediately tried to placate Sanders’ people by first lauding Debbie for her contributions, and then appointing her as Hillary’s honorary campaign chair.
JEW AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO
The DNC’s CFO Brad Marshall suggested in a leaked email that Sanders’ Jewish ethnicity and his atheist beliefs could be exposed to Southern Democratic voters, who would then turn to Hillary in the primaries.
The DNC also briefly shut off Sanders’ access to the part’s key list of likely Democratic voters.
HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY
Longtime Democratic strategist Donna Brazile took over as interim chair, and keeping with the DNC’s policy of screwing up whenever possible, she was accused of feeding Hillary debate questions before her CNN-sponsored debate in Flint. Donna was later dropped as a CNN contributor.
Donald you were absolutely right, the election was rigged.
NOW THE FUND BEGINS
How did Hillary lose college-educated white women, and more importantly, how did she lose the non-college-educated white male vote? In the third quarter, Trump’s average campaign contribution was $50.46, so sayeth the campaign, with checks as small as $10.
MAKING AMERICA GREAT
ONE HUGE RALLY AT A TIME
From November 6 through the 8th, Donald J. rode a wave of enthusiasm at eleven rallies in ten states, from one in Sioux City, Iowa to a final one in New York City. His campaign events excited voters wherever they took place — in convention centers, college student unions, arenas, airport hangers, or fairgrounds.
YOU HAVE GOT TO
HAND IT TO HILLARY
Hillary held one public rally in August in Reno, Nevada, for that wasn’t where the rich Mother Lode existed. She held seven fund raising soirees in California in August in just three days, five more in affluent homes in Martha’s Vineyards, and nine in wealthy East Hampton. She did mine northern California once again in September, where donors paid up to $50,000 to schmooze with the first woman who wouldn’t be nominated once again to be President. At one such event, guests who purchased the priciest tickets or raised $100,000, could not only attend a reception, but also receive a “commemorative keepsake.”
THE SOUTH WILL RAISE AGAIN
One August night, she attended two fundraisers in Beverly Hills, California, with a limited, invited audience at each. One was at the home of NBA legend Magic Johnson, and the other at the home of billionaire Haim Saban, where each guests had to contribute or raise $27,000.
YOU CAN BANK ON HILLARY
While Donald held rallies where people were enthusiastically rooting for him, Hillary was giving speeches at financial firms such as Goldman Sachs and being paid $225,000 for each of them. Was Hillary trying to influence Goldman Sachs, or were they buying influence with her? As with the content of Donald’s income taxes, no one really knows what magical words were woven into Hillary’s talks.
COME ON, HILLARY
Her campaign didn’t seem to have a cohesive plan, and whoever was in charge decided that it was more important to stay isolated away from the common people.
Those were the ones in the red states that helped determine that the Clinton Dynasty is over, as is the Bush Dynasty, and you can’t blame those neglected voters for Hillary’s loss.