Hillary's Scorched Earth "Accomplishments"


Meteor of death Hillary Clinton’s trail of fire, devastation and scorched earth leaves nothing living in its wake.

Would any serious person hire someone with this résumé to be chief executive of a pizza parlor, never mind the government of the United States?

Here’s a list of Hillary’s “accomplishments” during her career.  Behold her curriculum vitae:

Watergate Judiciary (1973):  Jerry Zeifman, chief counsel to the House Judiciary committee during Watergate, said he fired Hillary for “unethical behavior” and conspiracy to deny Nixon counsel during hearings.  “Because she was a liar,” Zeifman said in an interview. “She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”

Whitewater (1978-1998):  “It all started with a little real estate deal 20 years ago. In 1978, then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary, joined a partnership with James and Susan McDougal to buy 220 acres of riverfront land and form the Whitewater Development Corp.”  Money, conspiracy, and mysterious deaths.

Geniffer Flowers (1992):  Hillary said: “I love him, and I respect him and I honor what he’s been through and what we’ve been through together. And you know, if that’s not enough for people, then heck, don’t vote for him.”  Apparently there’s no transgression that would keep Hillary away from Bill, as long as people voted for him.

Paula Jones (1993-98): Jones got a cool half-million.  Clintons got rid of her.

Monica Lewinsky (1995):  “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.”  ’Nuff said.


Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Elizabeth Ward Gracen (1998):  The litany of little Bill’s skirt adventures seemed to never end.  Broaddrick claims Hillary threatened her–two weeks after the rape, at a political event, Hillary approached her. “She came over to me, took ahold of my hand and said, ‘I’ve heard so much about you and I’ve been dying to meet you. … I just want you to know how much that Bill and I appreciate what you do for him.’ …

“This woman, this little, soft-spoken — pardon me for the phrase — dowdy woman that would seem very unassertive, took ahold of my hand and squeezed it and said, ‘Do you understand? Everything that you do.’ I could have passed out at that moment and I got my hand from hers and I left. … She was just holding onto my hand. Because I had started to turn away from her and she held onto my hand and she said, ‘Do you understand? EVERYTHING that you do,’ I mean, cold chills went up my spine. That’s the first time I became afraid of that woman.”

Benghazi (2012):  “With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. If it was because of a protest or if it was because guys out for a walk decided to go kill some Americans. What difference at this point does it make?” Clinton shot back in a raised voice.

Foreign donations while Hillary was secretary of state (2008-12):  Was there money-for-influence, or not?  “In one instance, foundation officials acknowledged they should have sought approval in 2010 from the State Department ethics office, as required by the agreement for new government donors, before accepting a $500,000 donation from the Algerian government.”  We may never know, because:

Emailgate (2014):  Examples from WaPo’s timeline.  August 2012: The State Department inspector general issues a scathing report on the performance of U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Scott Gration that includes criticism of the fact he used a private e-mail account to handle “sensitive but unclassified” material. Gration is later fired.  March 4, 2015: Clinton tweets: “I want the public to see my email. I have asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.”  [mc_name name=’Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’G000566′ ] found the server was “wiped clean” after issuing a subpoena for the emails.

Of course it was.


With a résumé like this, Hillary should apply for work at the Kremlin.  She’d fit right in with Putin, reset button in hand.

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