Hanging Hillary with her own ugly words

Donald Trump would do himself and this country a huge favor if he would do to Hillary what the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth did to John Kerry in the 2004 election: bring together the people from her past who know the off-stage, off-camera, hard-focus Hillary, and let them share with America their experiences with this woman who would be queen.  Those people are the state troopers in Arkansas and the U.S. Secret Service agents who once served on her protective details.  Like those brave sailors who served with John Kerry when his true lack of character was on full display, these state and federal protectors have tales to tell about the former first lady when she wasn't on camera, and those stories aren't pretty.

Because the Clintons have required protection details from their early days in Arkansas in the governor's mansion, right up to the present, there is no shortage of sworn officers who have been in position to observe this pair of grifters up close and personal.  A few have made public disclosures to book authors, with Bill's sexual dalliances being their primary focus, but according to one of Bill's former mistresses, many of the Arkansas troopers were afraid to come forward for fear of losing their state jobs and pensions.  Likewise, several former Secret Service agents from the White House protection detail have been quoted anonymously in books on the topic of the Clintons' truly bad behavior, both in the White House and post-presidency.

What I'm suggesting is that Trump should send out investigators to interview some of these people to see if they would be willing to come forward and talk about their experiences with the Clintons, but with particular emphasis on their dealings with Hillary.  The Trump campaign could schedule an initial event in Little Rock in a venue that could accommodate thousands and assemble former state troopers onstage recounting anecdotes from their days of guarding and transporting Hillary.

I absolutely hate attending large events, but that's one I'd go to in a flash in the hopes I'd get to hear the trooper who was in attendance at the 1984 Easter egg hunt for developmentally disabled children at the governor's mansion when an exasperated Hillary, angered over the time it was taking the children to find the eggs, reportedly stormed up to a state trooper and raged, "When are they going to get those f****** ree-tards out of here?!"

I can assure you that to witness, with my own eyes and ears, a trooper who was there affirm that quote would be truly priceless.  It could also be deadly for Clinton's presidential aspirations if the Trump campaign could incorporate the retard reference into endless television ads.

Similarly, Trump should stage the first of several huge campaign and media events, perhaps debuting in one of the large Midwestern swing states, but with secret service agents there on stage to describe their professional experiences with Hillary while providing her personal security.  Again, the one I'd love to see up there telling his story is the agent who reputedly said to the first lady, "Good morning," for which he received a totally classless but pure Hillary "f*** off!"  Television ads featuring that nasty bit and that "effing ree-tards" remark would wake up a lot of Americans as to the sort of really dreadful person they are so eager to make their first female president.

Sorry for the crude language in this piece, but it is necessary, just as those troopers and Secret Service agents accurately quoting the foul-mouthed Hillary Clinton is, to show how the woman is simply too profane, hateful, angry, and unseemly to occupy the Oval Office.  In that context, Hillary's former bodyguards most likely can relate a string of such incidents, and enough strings can be braided into a rope.  It would be good to see Hillary's foul mouth and ugly personality provide the rope for her own political hanging.

Donald Trump would do himself and this country a huge favor if he would do to Hillary what the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth did to John Kerry in the 2004 election: bring together the people from her past who know the off-stage, off-camera, hard-focus Hillary, and let them share with America their experiences with this woman who would be queen.  Those people are the state troopers in Arkansas and the U.S. Secret Service agents who once served on her protective details.  Like those brave sailors who served with John Kerry when his true lack of character was on full display, these state and federal protectors have tales to tell about the former first lady when she wasn't on camera, and those stories aren't pretty.

Because the Clintons have required protection details from their early days in Arkansas in the governor's mansion, right up to the present, there is no shortage of sworn officers who have been in position to observe this pair of grifters up close and personal.  A few have made public disclosures to book authors, with Bill's sexual dalliances being their primary focus, but according to one of Bill's former mistresses, many of the Arkansas troopers were afraid to come forward for fear of losing their state jobs and pensions.  Likewise, several former Secret Service agents from the White House protection detail have been quoted anonymously in books on the topic of the Clintons' truly bad behavior, both in the White House and post-presidency.

What I'm suggesting is that Trump should send out investigators to interview some of these people to see if they would be willing to come forward and talk about their experiences with the Clintons, but with particular emphasis on their dealings with Hillary.  The Trump campaign could schedule an initial event in Little Rock in a venue that could accommodate thousands and assemble former state troopers onstage recounting anecdotes from their days of guarding and transporting Hillary.

I absolutely hate attending large events, but that's one I'd go to in a flash in the hopes I'd get to hear the trooper who was in attendance at the 1984 Easter egg hunt for developmentally disabled children at the governor's mansion when an exasperated Hillary, angered over the time it was taking the children to find the eggs, reportedly stormed up to a state trooper and raged, "When are they going to get those f****** ree-tards out of here?!"

I can assure you that to witness, with my own eyes and ears, a trooper who was there affirm that quote would be truly priceless.  It could also be deadly for Clinton's presidential aspirations if the Trump campaign could incorporate the retard reference into endless television ads.

Similarly, Trump should stage the first of several huge campaign and media events, perhaps debuting in one of the large Midwestern swing states, but with secret service agents there on stage to describe their professional experiences with Hillary while providing her personal security.  Again, the one I'd love to see up there telling his story is the agent who reputedly said to the first lady, "Good morning," for which he received a totally classless but pure Hillary "f*** off!"  Television ads featuring that nasty bit and that "effing ree-tards" remark would wake up a lot of Americans as to the sort of really dreadful person they are so eager to make their first female president.

Sorry for the crude language in this piece, but it is necessary, just as those troopers and Secret Service agents accurately quoting the foul-mouthed Hillary Clinton is, to show how the woman is simply too profane, hateful, angry, and unseemly to occupy the Oval Office.  In that context, Hillary's former bodyguards most likely can relate a string of such incidents, and enough strings can be braided into a rope.  It would be good to see Hillary's foul mouth and ugly personality provide the rope for her own political hanging.