Hypocrisy and Hillary go hand in hand. Much like peanut butter and jelly, or the Middle East and terrorism.
She has been known to criticize her rivals for things she is guilty of. When she attacks Trump over women’s issues, she is blissfully ignoring her terrible tract record against women.
Now she aims to attack Trump on what is arguably his strong stance: foreign policy.
From the New York Times:
Hillary Clinton plans to deliver a scorching assessment of Donald J. Trump’s foreign policy prescriptions on Thursday, casting her likely Republican rival as a threat to decades of bipartisan tenets of American diplomacy and declaring him unfit for the presidency.
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign aides said the speech, which she will deliver in San Diego, would be the start of a persistent assault to portray a potential Trump presidency as a dangerous proposition that would weaken American alliances and embolden enemies.
It’s hilarious to think Clinton is calling Trump’s policies as dangerous, considering she has been the most destructive force around the world since ISIS.
She helped topple democratic elections in Haiti, helping a woman-abuser to assume power permanently. She’s taken money from foreign interests and companies, like the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, who later got arms deals from her as Secretary of State.
Let’s not forget her massive failure during the Benghazi attacks where four Americans, including an ambassador, were murdered. She called the attacks a random event, spurred on by some Internet video, a statement we know was a blatant lie.
And she says Trump will be bad for our country?
It’s very clear Hillary Clinton does not care about our country. She doesn’t even really care about becoming President. The reality is she owes so many favors to foreign interests, if she doesn’t become President, she’s got a lot to answer for.
In an interview Wednesday night, Mr. Trump criticized Mrs. Clinton’s early support for the Iraq war, which he said he opposed, and questioned her judgment in Libya. “Bernie Sanders said it and I’m going to use it all over the place because it’s true,” Mr. Trump said. “She is a woman who is ill-suited to be president because she has bad judgment.”
Too true. Should Clinton become the Democratic nominee and go after Trump on policy, the fight will get heated. As she tries to pull dirty tricks to undermine the Republican, he will simply use the truth to defend himself.
And the truth will simply crush her.
Source: New York Times