Do you realize that the energy that is wasted on electing a presidential candidate could actually be used to help make the world a better place? For those who see beyond the Veil, it is perfectly clear that Donald Trump is working for Hillary Clinton, especially after he has donated so much money to the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s previous political campaigns. Trump will distract the Republicans, knowing good and well that in the Trump-Clinton faceoff, Hillary will win the election, as Bernie Sanders supporters will become forced to vote for former first lady soon to take office next to the country’s favorite promiscuous first man.
And who will vote for Hillary Clinton? Perhaps the same people who voted for the country’s first “Black” President, even though it says “white” on his birth certificate. This is the same first “Black” President whose father is from Kenya and mother is “coincidentally” related to a few former presidents, including all those with the name George W. Bush. And we are so educated to believe that politics, and specifically, the presidential campaign is nothing other than a third world form of entertainment for people living in a fluent society.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is based on psychologically photoshopping a picture that we first saw in our grandmother’s house. I guarantee you that the same people who are beguiled by the Hillary Clinton Illusion are the same people who were raised up with a grandmother that had the memorable fan of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and Robert F Kennedy somewhere in the house.
While it may seem comical to some, this plan has been long in the making. Just ask yourself, why was it in President Bill Clinton’s first term that we find pictures of him praying in front of the JFK Memorial?
Why is that we find pictures of President Barack Hussein Obama, in a manner similar to former president Bill Clinton, standing in front of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. Certainly, all that’s left is for someone to fill the role of the late Robert F. Kennedy in grandmother’s picture. Could that be Hillary Clinton?
It would be great to see a woman elected as President of the United States. In my opinion, I think that one of John McCain’s biggest mistakes was choosing Sarah Palin over Condoleezza Rice as a running mate. Maybe she declined, but we all have to admit that Condoleezza Rice is one of the most professional, educated, political career-minded women of the 20th Century. Yet in still, Hillary Clinton’s saga of staying with a cheating husband has made the former first lady the new Mary J. Blige of the political world. Is the American public so intoxicated with womanhood that it forgets about Hillary Clinton’s ongoing relationship with the Klu Klux Klan. (Please See: Will Quigg Endorses Hillary Clinton for President and Hillary Clinton Praised Former KKK Member Sen. Robert Byrd for more details.)
While we can all poke fun at the political world, the sad thing about all of this is that the American public have forgotten that politicians don’t change the world. Changes in the world, come from artists, activists, and everyone else who realizes that only a lazy person could expect the political system to do for them what they can do for themselves. We haven’t had a military president since the late Dwight David Eisenhower left office in office in 1961 and still the American public can’t see what the problem is. Perhaps the “American public,” a term that is often used by modern politicians as if they are addressing grade school children, should stand behind its youth. If you would like to see Hillary R. Clinton become President of United States because you believe in the rising power of feminism, then tell me why she hasn’t offered Monica Lewinsky an opportunity to return to her old job at the White House? Exactly!