Be Wary of Democrats Bearing Gifts

Donald Trump wins a smashing victory on Tuesday, and the aftermath is all lovey-dovey. The Wicked Witch of the West Hillary makes a gracious concession speech. President Barack Obama extends an olive branch to Trump. Meanwhile, Soros-backed leftist agitators agitate the campus snowflakes, twenty-something basement dwellers, and alternative music wannabes to take to the streets. The election results are causing tantrums. But the universal, thundering condemnation by Democrats of their spoiled brats’ brigades gives heart. No? No thumping condemnation across the Democratic Party? No mainstream media outcry? That should give you a hint to real feelings.   

Hillary’s and Barack’s magnanimity can’t be hooey, say the right-proper elites. The mainstream media (the propaganda organ of the Democratic Party, lest we fail to remind) praised both for their post-election swellness, albeit without the MSM’s typical ebullience. Republicans did so as well, because a lot of Republicans aren’t terribly street-smart.

Realists have serious doubts about Barack’s and Hillary’s sincerity. Yep, there’s still some decorum left in America, and both had to abide it on Wednesday -- and Barack with Trump at the White House on Thursday. Very shortly, though, Donald Trump, demeaned but days ago as a loutish orange-haired hotel and casino builder and operator with illusions of Putin, will have the power to unleash hell on both. Both must have bouts of cold sweats with the thought. Could the hell being visited upon Clinton and Obama factor into their niceness toward The Donald?   

Rudy Giuliani – Trump’s top choice for attorney general -- is rumored to be a bulldog. There’s word on the street that he took down the NYC mob in the 80s. There are rumblings around DC that Barack has been advised by Trump’s agents not to pardon Hillary.

Hillary, in particular, but Barack, too, has dirty hands. Something about private servers, highly classified information being exchange over said servers, lying, and such. Barack, the fortunate son, probably skates. Hillary may not be so fortunate, she having spent her adult life scooping up poop behind her compulsively horny and dishonest hubby. Oh, and having to clean up her own mountain of poop, too. 

Unless Barack pardons her, defying the warnings. That’s a distinct possibility, but how would that play as part of Barack’s legacy? Isn’t pardoning Hillary tantamount to an admission of a lot of wrongdoing on her part? Pardoned without any indictments (yes, multiple in Hillary’s case)? Heck, without one grand jury being convened. Without convictions? Smells like a fix. That might just be the conclusion drawn by the public and future historians. 

If Barack fixes Hillary, he’d have to fix Bill, too. But just fixing it for the two Arkansas grifters isn’t enough. There are, perhaps, a couple of dozen lesser personages who are accessories to Hillary’s and Bill’s crimes, high and low. That big web spun from Hillary’s violations of national security and the Clintons’ play-to-pay mega scheme -- branded drolly the “Clinton Foundation” -- has ensnared a lot of people, mostly Democrats.  

Hillary and Bill set free by Barack the Benevolent might not sit well with many of those lesser personages implicated. A bunch may not share John Podesta’s Goebbels-like fealty to the glue factory-destined Clintons.

The Clintons living the remainder of their seedy existences in luxury and narassitic indifference at Chappaqua and Orgy Island might rankle pardon-deprived minions, particularly when they find themselves in the crosshairs of a special prosecutor. Kitchen duty at maximum, medium, and minimum security pens doesn’t quite have the charms of a Jeffrey Epstein bacchanal. Many will sing like canaries, turning state’s evidence for reduced sentences, thereby doing in bigger fish among their comrades. The affair will have the eerie reminiscence of the Donner Party.

What of Huma, Hillary’s joined-at-the-hip “aide?” No pardon for her. How much will Hillary be willing to pony-up and raise to lawyer-up Huma? But even the best most highly paid, high-powered attorneys can’t guarantee Huma walking. Her erstwhile nothing-to-lose perv husband, Tony Weiner, may now be driving a few nails in Huma’s legal coffin. Huma may rue the day she fashioned the chains that conjoined her to Tony and confined her in the Clintons’ dungeon.

Nonetheless, even if the Clintons never see the inside of a court of law, moreover a jailhouse, the revelations and testimony from the help about the Clintons’ criminal undertakings will convict them in the court of public opinion. Historians will one day rank both in the annals of ignominy a thousand rungs lower than Aaron Burr and Benedict Arnold combined. As Trump might say, the Clintons are “bad hombres.”   

Of course, it’s going to be up to President Trump to kick off the legal festivities. Donald Trump, if anything, is a man of his own mind. His mind needs to continue to bend toward justice. Not malice, not revenge -- justice.

In the coming days, many will be the whispers in Trump’s ear with the same message: “For the sake of the nation, let’s just move on.” But justice unrequited would leave a huge agenda item unaddressed. Leniency for the Clintons and their henchmen sweeps justice under the nation’s rug. It’s vital that the rule of law not be trampled. There can’t be two standards of justice in America, one for elites and the other for Joes and Janes. Pursuing justice isn’t a distraction; it’s an imperative.  

For those of us who back Trump, we’re confident that his campaign declarations will translate into presidential action. His attorney general -- be that Rudy or someone else -- spearheading investigations and indictments would play too partisan. But a special prosecutor -- a professional of stellar, fierce reputation, amply resourced -- is the ticket. Let the facts and evidence lead to findings and decisions. Americans will abide indictments or exonerations honestly and diligently arrived at.

It’s always wise to be wary of politicians bearing gifts. When they’re Democrats, that goes double. 

Donald Trump wins a smashing victory on Tuesday, and the aftermath is all lovey-dovey. The Wicked Witch of the West Hillary makes a gracious concession speech. President Barack Obama extends an olive branch to Trump. Meanwhile, Soros-backed leftist agitators agitate the campus snowflakes, twenty-something basement dwellers, and alternative music wannabes to take to the streets. The election results are causing tantrums. But the universal, thundering condemnation by Democrats of their spoiled brats’ brigades gives heart. No? No thumping condemnation across the Democratic Party? No mainstream media outcry? That should give you a hint to real feelings.   

Hillary’s and Barack’s magnanimity can’t be hooey, say the right-proper elites. The mainstream media (the propaganda organ of the Democratic Party, lest we fail to remind) praised both for their post-election swellness, albeit without the MSM’s typical ebullience. Republicans did so as well, because a lot of Republicans aren’t terribly street-smart.

Realists have serious doubts about Barack’s and Hillary’s sincerity. Yep, there’s still some decorum left in America, and both had to abide it on Wednesday -- and Barack with Trump at the White House on Thursday. Very shortly, though, Donald Trump, demeaned but days ago as a loutish orange-haired hotel and casino builder and operator with illusions of Putin, will have the power to unleash hell on both. Both must have bouts of cold sweats with the thought. Could the hell being visited upon Clinton and Obama factor into their niceness toward The Donald?   

Rudy Giuliani – Trump’s top choice for attorney general -- is rumored to be a bulldog. There’s word on the street that he took down the NYC mob in the 80s. There are rumblings around DC that Barack has been advised by Trump’s agents not to pardon Hillary.

Hillary, in particular, but Barack, too, has dirty hands. Something about private servers, highly classified information being exchange over said servers, lying, and such. Barack, the fortunate son, probably skates. Hillary may not be so fortunate, she having spent her adult life scooping up poop behind her compulsively horny and dishonest hubby. Oh, and having to clean up her own mountain of poop, too. 

Unless Barack pardons her, defying the warnings. That’s a distinct possibility, but how would that play as part of Barack’s legacy? Isn’t pardoning Hillary tantamount to an admission of a lot of wrongdoing on her part? Pardoned without any indictments (yes, multiple in Hillary’s case)? Heck, without one grand jury being convened. Without convictions? Smells like a fix. That might just be the conclusion drawn by the public and future historians. 

If Barack fixes Hillary, he’d have to fix Bill, too. But just fixing it for the two Arkansas grifters isn’t enough. There are, perhaps, a couple of dozen lesser personages who are accessories to Hillary’s and Bill’s crimes, high and low. That big web spun from Hillary’s violations of national security and the Clintons’ play-to-pay mega scheme -- branded drolly the “Clinton Foundation” -- has ensnared a lot of people, mostly Democrats.  

Hillary and Bill set free by Barack the Benevolent might not sit well with many of those lesser personages implicated. A bunch may not share John Podesta’s Goebbels-like fealty to the glue factory-destined Clintons.

The Clintons living the remainder of their seedy existences in luxury and narassitic indifference at Chappaqua and Orgy Island might rankle pardon-deprived minions, particularly when they find themselves in the crosshairs of a special prosecutor. Kitchen duty at maximum, medium, and minimum security pens doesn’t quite have the charms of a Jeffrey Epstein bacchanal. Many will sing like canaries, turning state’s evidence for reduced sentences, thereby doing in bigger fish among their comrades. The affair will have the eerie reminiscence of the Donner Party.

What of Huma, Hillary’s joined-at-the-hip “aide?” No pardon for her. How much will Hillary be willing to pony-up and raise to lawyer-up Huma? But even the best most highly paid, high-powered attorneys can’t guarantee Huma walking. Her erstwhile nothing-to-lose perv husband, Tony Weiner, may now be driving a few nails in Huma’s legal coffin. Huma may rue the day she fashioned the chains that conjoined her to Tony and confined her in the Clintons’ dungeon.

Nonetheless, even if the Clintons never see the inside of a court of law, moreover a jailhouse, the revelations and testimony from the help about the Clintons’ criminal undertakings will convict them in the court of public opinion. Historians will one day rank both in the annals of ignominy a thousand rungs lower than Aaron Burr and Benedict Arnold combined. As Trump might say, the Clintons are “bad hombres.”   

Of course, it’s going to be up to President Trump to kick off the legal festivities. Donald Trump, if anything, is a man of his own mind. His mind needs to continue to bend toward justice. Not malice, not revenge -- justice.

In the coming days, many will be the whispers in Trump’s ear with the same message: “For the sake of the nation, let’s just move on.” But justice unrequited would leave a huge agenda item unaddressed. Leniency for the Clintons and their henchmen sweeps justice under the nation’s rug. It’s vital that the rule of law not be trampled. There can’t be two standards of justice in America, one for elites and the other for Joes and Janes. Pursuing justice isn’t a distraction; it’s an imperative.  

For those of us who back Trump, we’re confident that his campaign declarations will translate into presidential action. His attorney general -- be that Rudy or someone else -- spearheading investigations and indictments would play too partisan. But a special prosecutor -- a professional of stellar, fierce reputation, amply resourced -- is the ticket. Let the facts and evidence lead to findings and decisions. Americans will abide indictments or exonerations honestly and diligently arrived at.

It’s always wise to be wary of politicians bearing gifts. When they’re Democrats, that goes double.