An excerpt in Politico from the to-be-released book, HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton, provides some fascinating insight as to the extent Hillary Clinton and her team went to make an enemies list.
As her 2008 presidential campaign was ending, two of her employees were kept on staff to build a detailed scorecard, in hopes of scoring revenge against friends-turned-traitors. Among the seven worst offenders were Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. Claire McCaskill. The story is a study in paranoia, callous vindictiveness, and brass knuckle politics at its worst.
As we already know, this is nothing new for Hillary and her husband. As the former Chief Investigator for the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, I witnessed countless examples of how calculating and corrupt the Clintons are, and the extraordinary lengths they will go to crush their political enemies. Citizens United examined this infamous record in Hillary: The Movie and will undoubtedly be mentioned in the sequel.
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So what is different now? This isn’t the 1990s, and the Clintons can no longer control the narrative through their liberal friends in the mainstream media. A movement, started by trailblazers Rush Limbaugh and Matt Drudge, has blossomed into an alternative media which is impossible to ignore, with traditional political reporters forced to compete for scoops.
Despite a carefully crafted image and multiple decades in the public eye, the rest of America is finally being introduced to the Hillary Clinton I’ve known for more than twenty years.