A Clinton Presidency Would Be the Political Equivalent of an Extinction-Level Event

From: americanthinker.com,  by Don Feder,  on Aug 23, 2016,  see the article HERE.

Satan is voting Republican

Forget the arrogance and corruption — $153 million in Clinton family speaking fees from 2001, mainly bribes during her State Department years. Forget the lies, the lies about lies, and the perjury. Forget the security breaches. Forget enabling America’s most prominent sexual predator. Forget the trail of bodies stretching from Little Rock to Benghazi. Forget every scandal from Whitewater to deleted e-mails. Forget all of it.

Instead, focus on coming attractions — what a Clinton presidency would mean for America. It would be the political equivalent of an extinction level event. Obama began the process of transforming America. Hillary will finish it — and us too.

On the Supreme Court, Scalia’s replacement will be a judicial activist on steroids. This will give the left what it’s dreamed of since the Warren Court — a 5-4 majority to rubber-stamp statism and Cultural Marxism. Hillary will replace decrepit justices, like Ginsberg (83) and Breyer (78), with their young and vigorous clones who’ll be there for decades.

The Second Amendment will be repealed, even the most modest restrictions on abortion ended, and a green light given to the assault on religious liberty. As early as 2014, Democrats had appointed a majority of federal appeals court judges. Hillary will expand the left’s domination of the second most powerful courts in the land.

Clinton will, of course, push amnesty (designated a “pathway to citizenship”). There may be a 10-foot-high wall around the Clintons’ Chappaqua estate, to keep out the great unwashed. But our Southern border will continue to be wide open to the influx of new Democratic voters.

Hillary will accelerate a trend that started the mid-1960s — using immigration (legal and illegal) to change America’s demographics and national identity. Think California, which went from reliably red to true blue in a generation. The goal is to make it impossible to elect another Republican president — like ever — and change the composition of Congress in a few elections. With all three branches of government firmly in the left’s hands, voting will be irrelevant and they’ll be nothing to stop the unmaking of America.

Clinton will maintain the pretense of fighting ISIS while importing the poison. She’s called for increasing the number of Syrian refugees by 500% — that’s on top of the 100,000 immigrants from the Middle East (overwhelmingly Muslim) admitted each year. The FBI and Homeland Security will be told not to do or say anything that might offend the jihad community.

The signals aren’t even subtle — Huma Abedin with her family’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, Sharia advocate Khizr Kahn baiting Trump at the Democratic National Convention, and (in a Rod Serling-esque moment) the father of Orlando mass murderer Omar Mateen seated behind the candidate at a Florida rally, telling an interviewer Hillary is “good for America” — i.e., good for the coming Caliphate.

Think Obama is skilled at playing the race card? Hillary will put him to shame. Speaking at the NAACP convention on July 18, Clinton confessed the sins of her race and lectured those of us who didn’t have adjusted gross incomes of $32 million last year to “recognize white privilege,” “practice humility” (at which she’s always been so good) and “do a better job of listening” to race hustlers. By the way, Chappaqua is less than 2% black.

This condemnation of her own race isn’t just election-year bloviating. To maintain its minority base, Democrats must keep blacks and Hispanics in a constant state of agitation, by demonizing Republicans, coddling the racial terrorists of Black Lives Matters and castigating cops for doing their job. Race relations reached a new low under our first black president. Expect them to drop through the floor under Hillary.

Under Clinton 2.0, government will be the only thing that grows. Last month, 41,000 were added to the already bloated federal workforce. In eight years, Obama almost doubled the National Debt. It will be over $20 trillion by the time he leaves office. Interest on the debt is over $251 billion, scheduled to rise to $880 billion by 2024. Imagine what the economy will look like as the debt approaches $40 trillion under President Hillary.

Mrs. Clinton has promised to impose a job-annihilating $15-an-hour federal minimum wage, maintain the present devastating level of corporate taxes (the highest in the industrialized world) and kill domestic energy production by closing coals mines and preventing fracking of America’s huge natural gas deposits. Anemic economic growth (an annualized rate of 0.7% in the first quarter of this year) will be the new normal.

The War on Christians and conservatives will continue full-throttle. Nobody does vicious like the former head of the Bimbo Eruption Squad.

The IRS will go back to targeting conservative foundations. Hillary will resurrect the old Janet Napolitano plan to use DHS to attack “right-wing extremists” (gun owners, right-to-lifers, veterans, and proponents of border security) as future terrorists. The Clinton administration will go even further in using the bureaucracy and judiciary to force Christians (including churches and Christian colleges) to comply with the left’s social agenda — gender-neutral bathrooms and all that stuff.

Donald Trump is all that stands between us and the apocalypse. Forget your gripes about the Republican candidate — his verbal missteps and campaign shakeups. He’s a decent guy who will make America if not great again, at least better. He knows how to create jobs. He’ll defend our borders. He understands the overriding threat of radical Islam.

Still, there are always doubts. But while I may not be 100% sure of what Trump will do, I’m sure as hell sure of Clinton. You don’t have to be Joe Friday to figure out her MO.

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Mr. Feder says that electing Hillary Clinton would be “the political equivalent of an extinction level event.” I concur. In fact, I think that he’s done an exceptional job of identifying some of the ways that a Clinton presidency (release 2.0) would transform the United States that we old folks have loved all of our lives into a blend between a socialistic state and a monarchy.

My only point of disagreement is with Feder’s statement that she would repeal the Second Amendment. I just don’t think that is possible, even with democrat majorities in both houses. I do think that the democrat congress could propose an amendment overturning the 2nd, but I can’t believe that the legislatures from three-quarters of the states would ratify it.

But, that would matter little if she has a liberal majority on the Supreme Court as well as access to all of the president’s bag of Executive Order tricks. Even without a true repeal, she can make buying guns and ammunition so difficult that she’d effectively stop the purchase of new guns. She’d also do her level best to find a way to register guns with confiscation being the goal.

I also expect that she’ll be paving the way for Chelsea to be elected U.S. Senator in the interim so she can pass the throne to Chelsea (Clinton 3.0) when she completes her second term.

Frankly, over the past several months, I’ve made my thoughts known about the lack of brainpower and logic resident in Trump’s supporters, but they’re all geniuses compared to the Hillary sycophants. With all that we know about her, how so many people can still be supportive of Hillary Clinton is beyond my capability to comprehend. Their collective IQ must be somewhere around that of bovine excrement (and I readily admit I know nothing about what bullshit thinks).

Garnet92.

 

 



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  1. >>”Donald Trump is all that stands between us and the apocalypse.”

    Well there’s a comforting thought.

    Perhaps the greatest tragedy of nominating the liberal narcissist, Donald Trump, to lead the fight against Hillary is that it has robbed us of the black knight vs. white knight epic battle that rallies the spirit and makes you want to root for the good guy. Because of Trump, conservatives – real conservatives – will have to fight with the belief that this will be just another in a series of exhausting battles, where the prize is simply living to fight another day. In our never-ending chess match between Left and Right, the nomination of Trump and further marginalization of conservatism is like having to sacrifice your queen to save your king. Will you get an incredibly lucky break or simply shuffle the chess pieces around until the inevitable happens?

    It seems that no one, no matter how accurately they paint our dire situation, can give an inspiring speech about Trump. Still, Feder had me nodding along in agreement until that second to last paragraph, where he characterized my gripes as objections to Trump’s “…verbal missteps and campaign shakeups.”

    Really, Mr. Feder? You think conservatives are struggling with this difficult decision because of “verbal missteps and campaign shakeups?” Elevating Trump by portraying his detractors as petty and obsessed over trivial mistakes has become the go to strategy of just about everyone lately, which is a shame because in order to defend myself I am forced to point out, yet again, that some of us rejected Trump because of his liberal history and the absence of any evidence that he embraces conservative principles, including reverence for the Constitution. I would hardly paint those as petty concerns in the debate over the direction of our Party. If Trumpbots and converts would stop stepping on me in their efforts to raise Trump up I might stop reminding them of who he is.

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    • You’re right CW, they’re still resorting to demeaning conservatives who have had genuine (and substantive) disagreements with Mr. Trump, LONG before he exhibited a penchant for swallowing his own foot. I’m beginning to think that we give them too much credit for logical thinking otherwise they’d back off of condemning us for not “supporting” Trump, even though many of us have stated that we expect to vote for him.

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  2. Garnet, when the author writes about “repealing” the Second Amendment, I’m pretty sure he means that in a figurative, rather than literal, sense.

    A leftist SCOTUS that backtracks on the Heller and McDonald decisions, and neuters them, would impose a de facto repeal of the Second Amendment. A formal repeal would no longer even be necessary.

    That’s why in my own blog essay when I announced my switch to supporting Trump I banged so hard on the SCOTUS aspect of that decision. To me that’s THE single most important element at stake in this election.

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    • I know Brian, but the word “repeal” without qualifying it has meaning. I do concur that Hillary, et al can accomplish similar results by naming leftist judge(s) and executing Executive Orders. And it’ll be even easier if she has a democrat Congress in her corner. I just published a new post that hits on that very point. It’s by Bill Bennett and highlights the areas that a leftist court would change American life.

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  3. That should send shudders through everyone when they realize that America will be unrecognizable. Think too about the various favors she owes to all the foreign donors that own a piece of her. More importantly, repaying them won’t cost her a thing, but it will cost us everything.

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    • Unfortunately, not enough people have considered what the country would look like after even four years of Hillary. Unless you’re a screaming liberal, just guessing at the changes she’d make should convince you to vote for ANYONE BUT HILLARY.

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  4. She’ll put Obama on the SCOTUS, and Chelsea in the Cabinet, then the Senate.

    She’s a “Nightmare on Elm Street”, where Trump is only “Omen II”.

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