I normally don’t like to make predictions, but in 2008 I stuck my neck out — after Hillary was reduced to tears by a community organizer with no experience at anything except orchestrating protests — and predicted that she would never be president of the United States.
You can’t take it to the bank yet, but I still stand by that prediction. The Face of Evil is so flawed that from the outset of her current campaign, her handlers decided that her best strategy would be to stay out of site as much as possible. Bubba is a world class con man, to be sure, but Hilla the Hun is a rank amateur.
In fact, I would have to say that she has less credibility than any politician I can remember — and that’s saying a lot, considering the fact that most politicians hover near zero when it comes to that trait. Surely, Hillary’s handlers must wince every time she opens her mouth — especially when she talks about things like love, kindness, and the “war on women.”
That’s why it’s always puzzled me that so many people seem to believe Hillary is invincible. My take on her is that she is so inherently wicked, so corrupt, so vicious, such an outlandish liar, and such a transparent fraud that anyone short of Ronald McDonald, Mitt Romney, and Mush McCain could KO her with one verbal punch.
Which brings me to the second stringers who filled in for the regular cast of pudding-head pundits on “Fox News Sunday” over the holiday. They were very careful to mimic the first team’s snooze-inducing talking points. It was the same old conventional, inside-the-Beltway balderdash, the kind of stuff that makes the media almost as unpopular as Congress.
Above all else, the second-string panelists locked arms and were quite vociferous in their agreement on one point in particular: Donald Trump cannot win in a general election! End of discussion — kind of like the global-warming fantasy.
And to make it official, none other than Alan Colmes himself said, on another Fox News show the next day, that “Trump obviously can’t win the general election even if he were to win the Republican nomination.” Really, Alan? “Obviously?” I was so awed by Colmes’s dismissive statement that it almost tempted me to call Las Vegas and place a place a bet on Trump’s becoming president.
Of course, these are the same intellectual dwarfs who said Donald Trump wasn’t really going to run … Donald Trump had no chance against establishment Republican candidates … Donald Trump’s lead would evaporate before Labor Day … and Donald Trump would go into a death spiral before the end of the year.
Don’t laugh. Being wrong 100 percent of the time isn’t an easy thing to accomplish, but you have to remember that these guys operate in a cloistered little world of their own making and don’t believe that real people exist in flyover places such as Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri.
With that kind of oblivious backdrop, Trump haters are placing their hopes on the belief that he’s alienated so many people that it would be impossible for him to get enough electoral votes to win a general election.
I’m not a Trump supporter (I don’t support any politician!), but I must take issue with the foregone conclusion of the Trump-hating crowd. In fact, I’m almost tempted to go so far as to say that the reason Trump might very well win it all is because he alienates so many people.
What media knotheads don’t get is that anti-establishment guys like me would love to see anyone take a wrecking ball to Washington’s Den of Thieves and break up the nonstop party that’s been going on for at least fifty years. That’s why I’m inclined to believe that the more Trump says nasty things, the more likely he is to win over fed-up Republicans, Democrats, and, above all, independents.
Flyover people have finally caught on to the shenanigans of the Washington crime syndicate and now realize that the career politicians and bureaucrats who rule the country lie, steal, and cheat for a living. They also realize that the notion we live in a republic is a myth, because a republic requires a Constitution to defend individual rights.
In this regard, I have to begrudgingly admit that the American people owe a debt of gratitude to the Marxmeister in the White House, because he’s made it crystal clear — through his actions — that the Constitution is irrelevant when it comes to how things operate in Washington’s cauldron of corruption.
So even though I can’t say with certainty that Trump that will win the Republican nomination, I believe the odds are in his favor, because a majority of Republican voters are beyond angry at professional politicians. So angry that they want to hear vicious, nonstop attacks on phony conservatives like Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush — guys who have “For Sale” signs hanging around their necks.
And what I can say with even more certainty is that if Trump does manage to win the Republican nomination, the harshest attacks against him won’t be coming from Heinous Hillary. They’ll come from a number of angry, humiliated losers in the Republican field. Remember, unlike the Dirty Dems, Republicans eat their own! (Believe me, Ronald Reagan is not a happy corpse right now.)
Finally, what I feel most certain about is that in a head-to-head matchup, Trump would not just win, he’d annihilate Hillary. The lefties on television who keep insisting that the Democrats are hoping and praying Trump will be the nominee are either so brainwashed that they’re delusional or they’re trying to spook Republican primary voters into backing one of the RINOs they believe Hillary has at least some chance of beating.
I am obliged to add here that I still think there’s a good chance Hillary may not get past the FBI on her email crimes, in which case the Dems could bring in the Delaware Dimwit or some other piece of socialist red meat — other than crazy Uncle Bernie — to run against DT. The final outcome, however, may depend upon whether Obama hates Hillary enough to give the go-ahead signal to his top legal puppet, Loretta Lynch, to prosecute her.
That said, even if Hillary is let off the hook, contrary to the opinions of the never-say-die establishment crowd — stalwarts like George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Rich Lowry, et al — Trump would still crush her like a bug.
She is so flawed that anything and everything that would come out of her mouth would be soft pitches for a guy like DT. Early on in the race, he’d have her shrieking like Megyn Kelly and crying like John Boehner.
That’s quite a disgusting combination, but it obviously would be fun to watch, wouldn’t it?