The real story about Hillary’s experience, character
It's a funny thing about facts. When one tells only half the facts, the whole picture changes.
In fact, truth is totally lost. Hall's essay is loaded with half-facts. When the other half is added, the whole story changes.
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For instance, when Hall says Hillary Clinton moved to Arkansas after serving as a legal counsel in Congress, he somehow manages to omit the fact that she was fire for being an “unethical liar.”
See how a little extra truth makes a difference?
As a partner in the Rose law firm, she was up to her neck in the “Whitewater” scandal.
When she became First Lady, she fired all the career civil servants in the White House travel office for not accommodating her friends. Those workers sued and were re-instated. Then she hired a thug as head of security for the White House. He was caught in possession of confidential files on the Clinton “enemies list,” mostly Republicans, and fired.
About this time, Whitewater was coming to a head. Her Rose partner, Vince Foster, who had been moved to the White House as counsel, committed suicide under questionable circumstances. The case was handled by park police and ruled a suicide. Really?
A highly-placed attorney in the White House and only the Park Police handle it. Not to sound conspiratorial, but Clinton’s aides rifled Foster’s files in his White House office before the police could seal it as part of the investigation.
When it came to “... that woman, Miss Lewinsky,” Clinton did indeed stand by President Bill Clinton, but her goons who handled “bimbo eruptions” did all they could to destroy any woman making allegations against Bill, at Hillary's direction.
After her stint as Secretary of State, the entire Middle East is on fire. At the Benghazi hearing, she was proven to be a liar while being protected by the media and the Democrats.
It was unquestionably proven that she lied about a video causing the attack, knowing all along the video had nothing to do with it.
I could go on for pages more, but you get the idea. She should be in prison, not the White House.
Bob Soule, Myrtle Beach