This November, lives are on the line.
That’s according to a release of Hillary Clinton’s planned Wednesday night DNC remarks.
From the excerpt, this “can’t be another woulda coulda shoulda election.”
As relayed in a tweet by NY1 reporter Emily Ngo, for over 1,300 days, people have expressed their shock at how dangerous and tragic Donald Trump’s been:
“For four years, people have said to me, ‘I didn’t realize how dangerous he was.’ ‘I wish I could go back and do it over.’ Or worst, ‘I should have voted.'”
That reminds me of something I saw a while back — speaking on the presidency, a left-wing political pundit exclaimed something to the effect of, “Trump’s been far more destructive than we’ve ever dreamed he could be!”
And I thought, “Do you not remember how y’all dreamed he could be?”
Nevertheless, as for Hillary’s tales of expressed woe from Americans, I believe her. But, of course, it’s political mumbo jumbo, as people have told her a lot of things, including “I’m glad he won.”
Case in point: Just hours ago as of this writing, she posted the following:
Vote like reproductive rights are on the line—because they are. https://t.co/BiyBAdNcUz
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 19, 2020
In response, here are some of the things “people have said to [her]”:
Reproductive rights do not give anyone the right to murder a baby.
— Danielle Babineau (@dbabineau1) August 19, 2020
“Reproductive rights” – this is one of the most insane terms. You’re promoting that someone should have an inalienable right to reproduce and kill.
No rights for the child or the father. At least call it what it is: pro-abortion. Reproduction is what you are against.
— Joe Bidens Cognative Test – Gregory Steed (@GregorySteed6) August 19, 2020
Nothing to do with women, it’s the profits from the baby’s organs they sell after women and tax payers paid for the service which they are protecting.
— Amaya Magnetix (@artistasaci) August 19, 2020
Vote like unborn rights are on the line—because they are.
— Guy Pendleton (@guyppendleton) August 19, 2020
No one is taking away the pill
No one is taking away plan B
No one is taking away all the other forms of birth control
The only thing on the table is making tax payers pay for a murder.
If that’s the hill you die on you need to get a different hill.
— Jesus Matters and you need a haircut (@usebigears) August 19, 2020
Yet, I’m gonna bet a large order of fries she won’t be starting her speech by reporting those results.
Therefore, the real message is simply, “Republican Donald Trump is bad; so says Democrat Hillary Clinton.”
And this is what she wants people to know:
“This can’t be another woulda coulda shoulda election.”
I’m gonna make a guess on more goods to come: Trump’s “a threat to our democracy.”
It’s a favorite on the Left side of the aisle, and her use of the phrase seems to never relate to issues of actual democracy.
However, the joke’s on me, because elections do concern democracy, and the Dems are asserting Trump’s jonesin’ to steal 2020. Therefore, she may inadvertently bullseye relevance.
Therefore as noted by The Daily Caller, the former Secretary of State is urging people to hurry up and vote by mail:
“If you vote by mail, request your ballot now, and send it back as soon as you can. If you vote in person, do it early.”
The more the merrier:
“Bring a friend and wear a mask.”
But what if the friend’s a Republican?
Or do Democrats befriend Republicans anymore?
Either way, Mrs. Clinton urges:
“Become a poll worker. Most of all, no matter what, vote.”
“Vote like our lives and livelihoods are on the line,” she’s set to insist…wait for it…“because they are.”
Are you ready for the Rowan and Martin extravaganza that will be Wednesday night’s DNC?
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I’m ready to go — sock it to me, Democrats.
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