Hillary's Psycho moment

One of the sillier narratives to come out of the second presidential debate was the various takes on Hillary Clinton's insect incident.  The picture of Hillary with a fly on her face went viral faster than you can say "zombie food."  But seriously, the filthy little pest landed right on her face, just inside her eyebrow.  There were lots of different takes on the fly's motives. 

The incident really bothered me.  Why didn't she shake her head or swat at it?  These are reflexive actions, right?  Oh, some attributed her inaction to her "professional" training, her leadership quality of powering through.  But we all know that's pure crap.  If you have a filthy fly on your face, get it off. 

Then it hit me, where I've seen this before: the movie Psycho.  The last scene shows a fly landing on the killer's face, and he doesn't swat it away.  Of course, now that I think about it, that's not the only similarity between the psychopath in the movie and Hillary Clinton. 

Alfred Hitchcock's classic film is the story of a woman, Marion Crane, who's on the run after stealing $40,000.  She pulls into the Bates Motel for the night and is stabbed to death by a psycho, Norman Bates, or rather Norman's mother.  Norman's a schizophrenic.  He has two personalities: his own and that of his dead mother. 

Well, Hillary hasn't chopped anyone up (that we know of, anyway – see Wikileaks).  But Clinton's path to the White House is nonetheless littered with dead bodies. 

As New York senator, Hillary Clinton voted for the Iraq war, where over 4,500 American service members died in battle.  Yet she now says it was a mistake.  In a September town hall, (Military Forum), Matt Lauer asked Hillary about her remarks. 

"Look, I think that the decision to go to war in Iraq was a mistake," she said.  "I also believe that it is imperative that we learn from the mistake."  So Hillary didn't apologize – she just qualified her support as a mistake.  I'm sure the  mothers, fathers, wives, and children of these 4,500 dead soldiers will take comfort from that fact that Hillary used their deaths as a teachable moment.

Then we have the Benghazi terror attack.  Ambassador Christopher Stevens, information management officer Sean Smith, and Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods were all left for dead by then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton.  She ignored 600 calls for help, worked on an illegal and insecure server that may have exposed the embassy location and activities, and failed to send help when the compound came under attack.  She then joined President Obama and lied to the American people and the victims' families that a video triggered the attack. 

But she doesn't want to keep going over Benghazi; it's old news.  As Hillary said in the Benghazi hearings, "What difference, at this point, does it make?"  To the victims' families, Hillary, it will never stop making a difference.

We have the Obama-Clinton policies that have resulted in tens of thousands of American deaths.

  • Open borders.  Men, women, and children killed by illegal immigrants, drunk drivers, gang members, murderers, and drug dealers.  No, it's not all illegals, but as many as 7,500 Americans – 20 per day – are killed annually by unlicensed drivers alone.  That's a pretty high number if it's your teen behind the wheel.  Add to that frightening statistic the fact that  illegal alien crime accounts for over 30% of murders in many states, and that approximately two million teens between the ages of 12 and 17 are currently in need of treatment for a substance abuse problem, and you begin to realize that your kids are in real danger from illegal immigration.
  • The Syrian migration.  Hillary admits they have no idea who these migrants are.  (Some of the young, strong men have cell phones with beheadings and cage drownings in their favorites, Hillary.  That might be a clue.)  But the truth is, Hillary fully understands the danger of unvetted migrants, and she knows that per the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), there is "no way" to vet the refugees.  Hillary even admits that terrorists can infiltrate the migration, yet she still wants to increase the invasion by 550%.

That's who Hillary Clinton is: a schizophrenic psychopath who has two very separate, very different personalities.  She said as much in her Wall Street speeches, where she said she has "both a public and a private position." 

Her public persona – a polished politician, experienced and steady, a sweet, smiling grandmother.  Her private persona – a greedy, corrupt, politician who stepped over the bodies of Ambassador Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods in Benghazi.  The woman who let 4,500 of our finest fight and die in Iraq, their sacrifice cheapened as a mistake, a learning experience for Hillary.  The private persona who sold out American interests to the highest bidder (20% of our uranium to Russia), for whom no betrayal is out of reach for the right price – a Clinton Cash donation.

In the end of the movie Psycho, the Norman Bates personality is gone, overcome by the mother's personality.  Police psychiatrist Dr.  Richmond explains:

Norman Bates no longer exists.  He only half-existed to begin with.  And now, the other half has taken over.  Probably for all time.

So it is with this election.  If Hillary Clinton wins, she and her ilk will rule "for all time."  This is America's last chance to get these evil tyrants out of our government.  If we lose, whether by votes, fraud, or government intervention, it will be over. 

During the second presidential debate, Donald Trump did a masterful job of prosecuting Hillary.  He called her on her lies, the lives lost due to her corrupt dealings, open borders, the Syrian migration, our disappearing jobs, her plan to dismantle the 2nd Amendment, and so on. 

Though Hillary kept her practiced smile throughout the debate, she knew that her mask was slipping.  She struggled to portray herself as a caring leader, a sweet, warmhearted grandmother who only wants to make the world a better place.  But her alter ego bled through the wholesome image. 

This was Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare, stranded out on that stage, alone, no rapid response team to spin Trump's facts, no media gang-bang to shut Trump up.  It was just she and Trump, and she was losing. 

Then opportunity arrived in the unlikely form of an ordinary housefly.  Hillary's mind raced – does she swat it, take the chance of smashing the little SOB into her forehead?  Does she shake her head and risk a seizure, try to flick it off but maybe lose balance?  There's danger at every turn.  Finally, like Benghazi, like her 30 years in politics, Hillary decides to do nothing.    

Norman Bates's mother:

Let them see what kind of a person I am.  I'm not even going to swat that fly.  I hope they are watching.  They'll see.  They'll see, and they'll know, and they'll say, "Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly…"

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