Watch out – if hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, then this coming week could prove a fiery walk on the presidential campaign trail.
That’s because Hillary Clinton’s numbers are plummeting, her campaign is being forced to admit their once-beloved hopeful White House leader is faltering and the Democrats’ whole belief system, tied up as it is in elitist thinking, is crashing down – and now panicked supporters of the left are lashing out at all-things-Donald-Trump.
As American Thinker opined: “[Democrats] are in a panic with Trump closing the polling gap in battleground states. So as panicked people sometimes do, the Brooklyn Brain Trust made a decision from the gut. They are scared of the Trump supporters, and they presume that their voters are, too. So scared that it makes sense to them for Bill and Hillary Clinton to publicly disparate a substantial fraction of the American people.”
What are they doing?
Specifically, Bill Clinton recently took major pot shots at coal country, degrading the residents in that area of America with a dismissive summary of their whole essence.
He said, at a recent campaign event in Pittsburgh, the New Yorker reported: “We all know how [Hillary’s] opponent has done well down in West Virginia and eastern Kentucky. The coal people don’t like any of us [Democrats] any more.”
But even more startling was the widely reported “basket of deplorables” quip from Hillary Clinton, while speaking before a gay and lesbian group.
“To be grossly generalistic,” she said, at the Friday event, various media reported, “you can put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it.”
She apologized a day later, telling America she was “grossly generaliztic, and that’s never a good idea,” and that she felt “regret saying ‘half’ – that was wrong,” CNN reported.
But the gaffe did its damage.
As pollster Frank Luntz tweeted: “Hillary Clinton just insulted millions of hard-working Americans simply because they don’t want to vote for her.”
Luntz also cautioned in a separate tweet to “expect poll numbers to get even tighter after this one.”
And that, American Thinker said, would lead to more Democratic camp panic – and more faulty moves on the campaign trail.
“The more she is in the face of voters,” the American Thinker wrote, “the less popular she becomes. … Panic drives a lot of mistakes, as we have just seen with the Clinton camp. They are prisoners of their own self-image.”
Source: American Thinker