Hillary Clinton has been making a few headlines lately, including raising speculation that she would be interested in running as on the Democrat presidential ticket this year as the vice presidential candidate. Is it a coincidence that a 4-hour “documentary” (propaganda?) on Hillary’s life will premiere on Hulu on 6 March, or that she sat for a 2.5 hour softball interview with Howard Stern?
One of the breakout projects at this year’s Sundance Film Festival is “Hillary,” a four-hour docu-series about Hillary Clinton. The former first lady, Secretary of State and first woman presidential nominee from a major political party sat down for 35 hours of interviews with director Nanette Burstein, who also poured through exclusive footage from the 2016 campaign and additional sit downs with Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, Barack Obama and more.
The result, which will premiere March 6 on Hulu, is a riveting portrait of a political trailblazer, including Clinton’s days as one of only 27 women in her class at Yale Law School and her 1993 lobbying as first lady for universal health care. One of themes that emerges throughout “Hillary” is how Clinton has always battled misogyny as a second-wave feminist, from when she refused to take her husband’s last name to when she famously said on the 1992 campaign trail: “I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided was to fulfill my profession.”
Yeah, Hillary is a “second-wave feminist.’ It’s one of the most ridiculous claims she has ever made. I mean, the woman made a second career of fending off women who accused her husband of sexual harassment and worse conduct. That’s the antithesis of the “we must believe all women” and other such sloganeering of the #MeToo movement. She didn’t believe Bill’s accusers – quite the contrary, she was Bill’s enabler, as summarized in this 2016 piece from the Washington Times. So yeah, one should always remember that everything that comes out of her mouth is for personal political benefit. Every. Single. Thing.
Getting back to her new documentary, I found this Q&A in that Variety article above to be very illuminating:
I know you’re not running for president, but do you ever feel the urge to think: “I could beat Donald Trump if I were running.”
Yeah. I certainly feel the urge because I feel the 2016 election was a really odd time and an odd outcome. And the more we learn, the more that seems to be the case. But I’m going to support the people who are running now and do everything I can to help elect the Democratic nominee.
Not only is every sentence she utters done so for political benefit, but every phrase in those sentences provides insights on what she really thinks. Let’s look at those last sentences in greater detail:
“…the 2016 election was a really odd time and an odd outcome.” She chooses the word “odd,” but not in the traditional definition. She still can’t get over getting beat when the entire deck was stacked in her favor by the political class, the legacy media, and the illicit actions behind the scenes by senior officials in the Obama regime and her own campaign to put a thumb on the scale. What was “odd” was that she still lost – and can’t get over it to this very day. It was an “odd outcome” because – as the consummate narcissist that she is – she has never come to grips for her own responsibility for her loss.
“I’m going to support the people who are running now and do everything I can to help elect the Democratic nominee.” I guess she means everyone except Bernie whom she dissed the other day by claiming that “nobody like Bernie” and stating she wouldn’t support him if he was the Democrat nominee, as reported here. In short, she lied yet again, which tells me she has personal political motives in play, as at least one Republican political operative has speculated here:
Clinton and/or her team could be negotiating with former Vice President Joe Biden, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg or the last candidate standing to join the ticket as vice president. She would add the gravitas, delegates and, eventually, millions of votes needed to get them over the finish line on Nov. 5. I am assured that Clinton is on every shortlist for that position.
The woman won’t settle for second, in my opinion. She’s always had her sights set on becoming the first woman president and has even claimed that was her destiny, as reported by Dick Morris last year. A brokered convention would fit right in with her desire to be seen as the “savior” of her Party since the conventional political wisdom is that the current Democrat field is a hot mess of lightweights. That is the main reason that she is raising her public profile now.
As part of the effort, Hillary continues her campaign of championing leftwing causes on Twitter, a lot of which are feminist-oriented (talk about hypocrisy!). However, in a recent tweet, she gives a shout-out to two leftwing entities funded by progressive money that are targeting Republican senators who voted to acquit President Trump last week.
If you're angry at the Republican senators who voted for a cover-up of the president's corruption, join @IndivisibleTeam—an @OnwardTogether partner—to hold them accountable for enabling Donald Trump. https://t.co/F7BPQSyHlU
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 5, 2020
That didn’t take long for these groups to spring into action, did it? It’s more evidence that the Democrat plan all along was to use the impeachment farce as a political hammer to wrest control of the Senate from the Republicans. The Democrats KNEW from the very beginning that their case was weak and that there was no way that they could muster the votes of 20 Republican senators to convict President Trump. Hence, the incessant bleating by Chuck Schumer and other Democrats about a cover-up, an unfair trial, and other entirely politically-motivated phrases intended to influence public opinion going into the November elections.
Check out the website from Hillary’s tweet, PaybackProject.org.” It’s not a hastily slapped-together website; it is a fairly sophisticated website that has been in planning for months. The website was set up by a leftwing group called the “Indivisible Team” which was co-founded by two Millennial leftwing activists, Ezra Levin and Leah Greenberg.
Grassroots donations for Indivisible's new Payback Project tonight in the last hour. We're going after 9 GOP senators up for election. And, no, Collins gets no credit for that BS vote. Chip in here: https://t.co/Qdk31BbBYb pic.twitter.com/QINVZd89z4
— Ezra Levin (@ezralevin) February 1, 2020
Indivisible is the same outfit that has been raising money for Squad members like AOC and Ayanna Pressley, as well as Progressive primary challengers to more moderate Democrats in this election cycle. And now they’ve set their sights on Republican senators who voted to acquit the President. These people are just an extension and evolution of the radical activist base that has essentially taken over the Democrat Party over the last 50 years, as detailed in this article.
Hillary Clinton is right in there with them – and is progressive to the bone. She’s been with them from the beginning, as her own organization, “Onward Together,” was founded in May 2017 to fund progressive political outfits, such as Swing Left, Color of Change, Emerge America, Run for Something, and – oh, yes – Indivisible. And Indivisible will be right in there with her if she achieves her political objectives at a brokered convention this summer. Her Twitter activity and other public utterances are intended to raise her profile and show solidarity with the Left, and her motives are transparent.