that she’s fit to be president
Reality and candor are equally absent, as Hillary runs a highly crafted virtual campaign, a conjured-up virtual reality that covers up her real positions on issues and her true intentions toward our nation, if elected.
The untrustworthiness of Hillary’s self-definition makes me uncomfortable. I feel the same way about her as I do about the millions of Syrian refugees--without verifiable identities--whom she ardently insists we accept into our country. In both cases, there are serious inherent risks, owing to the fact that it is impossible to verify who they really are, and all kinds of evidence that bad experiences will ensue.
Syrian refugees arrive without papers or traceable histories. And Hillary? We’ve got plenty of reason to expect the worst, and not even Congress or the FBI can get more than “I don’t recall,” from Hillary, in answer to serious questions involving national-security. In essence, candidate Hillary is asking the American people to vote for a construct--a cardboard cut-out with a pasted-on smile that never changes, even when Trump boldly confronts her with inconvenient truths.
From her performance in the first two debates, reasonable people can conclude that Hillary is a past master at hiding her true feelings. It seems apparent that hiding the truth is her highest goal. It’s the only goal I can think of that would make sense of her behavior. One wonders whether she hides things because she knows she could never win, if we knew what she really is thinking. Hillary’s strange behaviors would all make perfect sense, if the answer to that question is YES: