Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Mrs. Robot

Not being the innate smooth talker that Obama is, Hillary Clinton shills for the Black vote in a decidedly stilted manner:
Clinton robotically pandered to blacks by attacking the police and reassuring blacks that all their fears about police are well founded. At the same time, she pretended to sympathize with the police officers that her friends in Black Lives Matter want dead. 
"We need police officers to help us make progress. These murderers threaten all of that. Killing police officers is a terrible crime. That’s why our laws treat the murderers of police so seriously, because they represent the rule of law itself. If you take aim at that and at them, you take aim at all of us. Anyone who kills a police officer and anyone who helps must be held accountable. And as president, I will bring the full weight of the law to bear and making sure those who kill police officers are brought to justice. There can be no justification, no looking the other way." 
America has come a long way, she said, but it has "so much further to go." She put the murders of police officers on the same plane as the recent police-involved killing of career criminal and convicted pedophile Alton Sterling when he resisted arrest and reached for a cop's gun. 
"We were cruelly reminded of [how far we have to go] with the recent deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, two more black man killed in police incidents, this time in Louisiana and Minnesota. And then in Dallas, five police officers killed while serving and protecting peaceful protesters targeted because they were police. And then, of course, yesterday, three police officers murdered in an apparent premeditated ambush in Baton Rouge." 
But it's still cops' fault, she implied...
Along with the crappy nuke deal, the scapegoating of police is arguably the most pernicious portion of Obama's blighted, benighted legacy.

Then again, if Mrs. Robot, an out-and-out criminal, gets elected, that, too, will become part of the legacy, and her regime may go on to vie with the aforementioned in what is certain to be a hard-fought battle for "worst of the worst."

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