I don’t know of any sentient human beings, including Hillary Clinton supporters themselves,
who believe the woman described in speeches during last night’s Democrat
National Convention is who Hillary Clinton really is.
The characterizations – especially those of her horn dog
husband – were pure fiction.
When your opponents have to lie through their teeth to
advocate for their candidate, cause or issue, you know the candidate, cause or
issue is on shaky ground.Like the Black
Lives Matter movement.
Speaking of which…
The Democrats featured a group of black mothers whose sons
or daughters were killed by law enforcement officers in a wide variety of
controversial circumstances which did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to tamp down racial
tensions in the country.
Especially since they shamefully failed to feature the wives
and mothers of police officers who have been killed or wounded in the line of
“The decision to release John Hinckley, Jr. from St. Elizabeth’s
psychiatric hospital after his attempted assassination of President Ronald
Reagan is outrageous, disgraceful and a travesty of justice.
“No matter how much supervision he has, John Hinckley cannot be trusted
to move and function in society. Even
though his victims, President Ronald Reagan and White House Press Secretary
James Brady have passed on, Mr. Hinckley remains a threat. According to the
Secret Service, he is still obsessed with Jodie Foster.
“Hinckley’s actions remain a terrible stain on American history and a
reminder of the lifetime of damage that can be caused by one man in a matter of
“This is a purely political decision by Judge Paul L. Friedman who
clearly wishes to corrupt Reagan's legacy. Judge Friedman was appointed to the
bench by President Bill Clinton in March of 1994. Just as a jury of liberal
Washingtonians came to the liberally biased verdict that John Hinckley was
innocent by reason of insanity, so too is this decision.
“Hinckley is the murderer of Jim Brady and attempted murderer of
Reagan, Police officer Thomas Delahunty and Secret Service agent Tim McCarthy.
“Once again, corrupt liberal justice was served, but justice was not
served for the four victims of Hinckley's sick actions.”