By Bob Unruh
Twice-failed Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, who scorched conservatives and Christians across the entire nation during her failed 2016 bid by insisting they are the "deplorables," is at it again.
Now she's saying they're too stupid.
Actually, they just "don't understand."
She was on television talking to Joy Reid, a host on the leftist MSNBC corporation, when she said people didn't understand what a Republican majority in Congress would mean:
"I think that with all of the noise that we’ve gotten in this election season I don’t think that people are really able to grasp that. But more importantly, I’m not sure they really understand the threats to their way of life. They may think that whoever's chairing a committee, you know, kind of abstract. But the Republicans in the House and others like the chair of the Republican Senate Campaign Committee [Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.] are on record saying they’re going to put Social Security and Medicare up for a vote," Clinton claimed.
Scott has suggested a plan to require all legislation to be renewed every five years, and have confirmed there are no plans to eliminate Social Security and Medicare, but Clinton pushed forward on the supposed threat anyway.
"Now I don’t understand why every American, not just people eligible for those two programs that they have paid into that they have worked hard for, that they have earned, are not up in arms. We’ve got lots of problems right now in our country. We need sensible people to come together to try and solve them. The last thing we need is to make life even harder for the vast majority of Americans because it’s not just seniors who would have Medicare and Social Security on the chopping block. It would be their children and their grandchildren who would have to step in and fill the hole that they had left."
As for problems facing the nation, under Joe Biden's leadership, the nation is experiencing the worst inflation in decades, gasoline and other energy costs are exploding, there's been an unprecedented invasion by illegal aliens at the southern border, there are new threats from unstable governments around the world, and Biden's war on petroleum has left consumers wondering how to heat their homes this winter.
Meanwhile, Biden focuses on pushing the transgender and abortion ideologies on everyone in the nation.
Fox News posted the interview:
The subject of the confrontation Paul Pelosi, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, had with an apparently deranged individual who reportedly broke into his home in California, also arose.
Clinton openly condemned what she claimed was "violent rhetoric" that led to the incident.
She alleged that was documentation that the Republicans are a "threat to democracy," using a talking point that Democrats have repeated over and over in recent months.
Clinton claimed, "I didn't see a big outpouring on the part of elected officials to stand with Nancy Pelosi the way she has stood with Republicans as well as Democrats in times of real terror like on Jan. 6. So ask yourselves, please, why would you entrust power to people who they themselves are unable to see how terrible it is that someone may be attacked in their home or don't really care because they somehow think it'll get them votes or get them elected? This is a real threat to the heart of democracy."
In fact, Republicans have condemned the attack on Paul Pelosi, which sent him to the hospital.
Her claims came just days after she said that her political opponents now have a "plan" to "steal the next presidential elections."
She claims: "Hello, Indivisibles. I'm here to highlight something that is keeping me up at night, and I know this group really understands what I'm about to say. I know we're all focused on the 2022 midterm elections and they are incredibly important, but we also have to look ahead, because you know what? Our opponents certainly are.
"Right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election and they're not making a secret of it. The right-wing controlled Supreme Court may be poised to rule on giving state legislatures, yes, you heard me that correctly, state legislatures, the power to overturn presidential elections. Just think if that happens, the 2024 presidential election could be decided not by the popular vote, or even by the anachronistic Electoral College, but by state legislatures, many of them Republican-controlled."
A report at the PostMillennial pointed the twice-failed Democrat presidential hopeful "has repeatedly questioned the results of the 2016 election," which she lost by huge numbers to President Trump.
Her statements include that, "There was a widespread understanding that this election [in 2016] was not on the level. We still don’t know what really happened."
Actually, she and her campaign worked with Russia sources to fabricate the high-profile "Russia collusion" conspiracy theory that she, the FBI and the DOJ launched against Trump while he was a candidate and then continued while he was president, undermining a duly elected U.S. president.
The scheme used fabricated claims about Trump as evidence in an American court to obtain permission for the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign, a political opponent to the powers that held office under Barack Obama and likely would have held office under Clinton had she been elected.
A comment at the Gateway Pundit on Clinton's video was: "Democrats must really be worried that they won’t be able to steal the presidential election in 2024."
Much more election influence, actually, happened in the 2020 race, where Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg donated more than $400 million to several foundations that delivered it to local elections officials who often used it to recruit voters in Democrat districts.
Further, the FBI solicited social media companies to suppress accurate, but very damaging information about the Biden family's international business dealings just days before the election. Surveys have shown that either of those influences could have taken the victory away from President Trump and given it to Joe Biden, who likely would have been a loser except for those factors.
Further, various states simply changed or ignored their own state laws regarding mail-in ballots and more during the 2020 election.
The "plan" to which Clinton refers likely is a case now pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. It was launched in response to leftist courts overruling elected legislatures' decisions regarding election procedures.
NPR explains in the case state officials in North Carolina challenged a state court ruling that overturned the procedures adopted by lawmakers.
They point out that the U.S. Constitution states, "The times, places and manner of holding elections for senators and representatives, shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof."
The logical conclusion of that requirement is that state judges should have no influence over those election "times, places and manner…"
Because of the supremacy clause in the U.S. Constitution, it also would mean that even a state constitutional requirement for such variables would not be controlling.
NPR said, "Proponents of the theory argue that that clause gives state legislatures power to regulate federal elections uninhibited by state courts or state constitutions. If a majority of the Supreme Court agrees, that would hamstring state courts, removing judicial oversight of state elections."
In North Carolina, state courts had overturned the congressional district lines drawn by lawmakers. Under the claims made in the case, state courts should have no power to change what the legislatures specify on these issues.
Actually, Democrats long have denied the legitimacy of GOP victories in elections, and the "election denier" status only turned into a bad thing when Trump contested Joe Biden's 2020 results.
Author: Bob Unruh