No matter what we’ve learned over the course of this election, one thing’s for sure: you don’t want to be a friend to Hillary Clinton.
The massive dump of emails released by WikiLeaks shows how duplicitous and two-faced she and her political partners can be. They’ve said insulting things about “everyday Americans,” Catholics, and anyone that they view as a threat.
We’ve learned that Hillary has public and private view on most issues, meaning that what she says to the masses is not what she’ll do in the Oval Office.
We’ve also learned of the caliber of the kind of people she surrounds herself with. They aren’t the kind of people you’d trust watching your house, let alone run the country.
Most recent leaks have revealed another two-faced issue: Hillary’s views on Russia. While she is trying to stir up the American populace against Trump, alleging he has a close relationship with the country, turns out she was the one comfy with Putin.
Shortly after being relieved of her duties as Secretary of State, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton reportedly gave a series of speeches in which she described Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “very interesting conversationalist” who she had gotten to know, including a visit to his “private inner sanctum” to discuss wildlife conservation.
Clinton, who approved a deal granting Russia control of 20 percent of America’s uranium assets, has criticized rival Donald Trump for allegedly wanting to “support Putin.”
In paid remarks to private groups, Clinton boasted of having a personal relationship with Putin, according to excerpts released by the organization Wikileaks this weekend. Democratic operatives, including vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, have neither confirmed nor denied the authenticity of the Wikileaks document.
In a speech to the Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago in October 2013, the Wikileaks document cites Clinton as telling a story of bonding with Putin over the conservation of tiger populations.
It’s pretty odd that Hillary wants us to believe that Trump is buddies with Russia. After all, they’re just another super power, right? They’re supposed to be our allies. So why would it be such a bad thing for a presidential candidate to be close with the Russian president?
Except, if you think Americans distrust Russia, or want to float the narrative that Russia is behind the DNC email leaks.
Hillary has created a false story in an effort to protect herself and the party. She lied about Russia being behind the email leaks, then falsely tried to connect Trump with Putin. Despite the fact there is any evidence that Trump has any connection to the country.
But who has the close relationship with Putin? Hillary Clinton of course. We’ve known for years she’s had a cozy relationship with Russia. She was the secretary of state, after all, who gave them the infamous “reset button.” And let’s not forget the fact that she sold them 20 percent of America’s uranium assets, something we vitally need, for no apparent reason.
It’s clear who the real buddy of Russia is. Yet Hillary continues to lie, throwing Trump and Russia under the bus.
What would happen if Hillary actually won the election? I doubt Russia will forget all the scapegoating. We could be looking at a future US-Russian relations that are very far from good, all thanks to Hillary’s lying.