Mrs Clinton Seems To Be Losing It, With Help From G. Stephanopoulos

By C-SPAN [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
By C-SPAN [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Mrs. Hillary Clinton seems to be becoming desperate in the face of Senator Bernie Sanders growing popularity. In a surprise, early morning interview with George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America, Mrs. Clinton, looking totally made-up and curiously nervous, spoke during a time normally used for headline news, and fumbled with some very basic questions. When asked about sending her daughter out to make false claims about Senator Sanders plans for health care, she chose not to answer the question. Instead, in typical political fashion, she answered a different question. Mrs Clinton said, “I adore my daughter,” and then went into a rant about health care, claiming Bernie has no plans for paying for it (his plans always have a source of income). This is yet another bit of misinformation from the Clinton Camp.

She did answer two of George Stephanopoulos’ questions. One of the two was whether or not she had bought a powerball ticket. The other answers she provided were to questions he did not ask. Her responses were especially curious, in that George Stephanopoulos is a strong supporter of hers and the interview was a coordinated event. His questions were certainly predictable. Why didn’t Mrs. Clinton answer his questions? They weren’t that hard. One theory put forth suggests she “habitually” answers questions with the wrong answer, as a psychological defense mechanism.

Stephanopoulos’ support for Mrs. Clinton is clear and obvious. On Sunday, he tried to set Bernie up in a feeble effort to play the ageism card. It didn’t work well and may have even backfired. Hillary Clinton is only few years younger than Bernie, and there are rumors of irritability and memory loss coming from her camp.

It seems reasonable to expect some pretty blatant deceit and manipulation games coming from the Clinton Campaign, “and” her colleagues in the DNC. Mrs. Clinton lost her last bid for the presidency. It seems quite likely she will take extreme measures, probably using others as her willing lackeys, to try embarrassing Senator Sanders. The accusations will probably be ridiculous on the surface, but will be designed to create doubt about something Bernie has done or said. So far, all they have come up with is a single vote on gun control that Mrs. Clinton disagreed with.

How strange will Mrs Clinton’s behavior get?.

Keith D. Foote

Keith is also a freelance writer. He has written an alternative physics book titled the Ultra-Space Field Theory, and 2 sci-fi novels. Keith has been following politics, and political promises, for the last forty years. He gave up his car, preferring to bicycle and use public transport. Keith enjoys yoga, mini adventures, spirituality, and chocolate ice cream.

11 thoughts on “Mrs Clinton Seems To Be Losing It, With Help From G. Stephanopoulos

  • January 13, 2016 at 8:46 am
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    I reckon we’ve seen only the leading edge of the river of mud that Hillary & Co. will be releasing on Bernie, before all is said and done. Nothing could be more predictable than the dishonest, underhanded, sleazy attacks that the Clintons are sure to make upon their opponents…whenever the Clintons are losing. The Sanders campaign has certainly been expecting it all along. Now that the sleaze offensive has begun in earnest, I just hope they can withstand it. It will only get worse from here on out.

  • January 13, 2016 at 9:02 am
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    We sure don’t need another Reagan with Alzheimer, she no actor and I don’t believe she could fake sanity like he did . Bernie all the way 2016

  • January 13, 2016 at 11:12 am
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    I had to laugh out loud to her claim “I don’t pay attention to polls…”

    So, I guess she never watches any news shows for fear of seeing a poll. And I guess she tells her campaign to not tell her what they see about polls. And I guess her campaign is lying when they say they do their own internal polling.

    What’s so stupid about her making that claim about polls…is that no one truly would believe that, so why say it? It might be an ‘innocent lie’ but it’s still a lie.

    • January 13, 2016 at 12:14 pm
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      I think that, for Hillary, lying has become such a way of life that she no longer realizes we can see through her. The ultimate victim of her lies has become…Hillary herself.

      It’s the same sort of insensitivity that manifests itself regularly in her painfully awkward, tone deaf pandering, i.e. her ridiculous “Seven Things Hillary Clinton Has in Common with Your Abuela” campaign, her “How Does Your Student Loan Debt Make You Feel? Tell Us in 3 Emojis or Less” Twitter fiasco, and so much more.

      • January 13, 2016 at 3:02 pm
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        It’s part of the family DNA since now Chelsea is out there lying about Bernie’s healthcare ideas.

        “I never had sexual relations with that woman.” That whopper by Bill must have taught his own daughter that somehow a lie is the right thing to do.

        Warning! To people who will encounter Chelsea on into the future, she was taught to lie and she is in denial about her family tree. She must be a psycho wreck, having one of the most famous lies in history hang in her subconscious…”My dad lied about a ‘wet cigar’ in front of the whole nation.”

        Please Bernie win. I want the Clinton clan gone from my life. It looks like the GOP is rejecting the Bush, the Dems need to reject the Clinton.

  • January 13, 2016 at 12:11 pm
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    So DWS and the DNC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HRC, and HRC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wall Street and the multi-national corporations. Just follow the money. HRC gets more money from Wall Street than ANY of the GOP candidates… shows that Wall Street sees what is going on, and what they are afraid of.

  • January 13, 2016 at 6:40 pm
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    For the past few years the strongest argument I heard on behalf of Secretary Clinton was the inevitability of her campaign and overwhelming advantage she had over a potential GOP opponent. Ironically, none of the discussion was ever premised on public policy or an actual platform. The message was just be “Ready for Hillary” as if we were receiving a member of the royal family and their gifts for the party.

    While I was the State Party Chair of North Carolina, I wanted to secure Senator Sanders as a speaker for one of our big events, but was rebuked by “smart money” and “careering” party types that said he would hurt Senator Hagan’s potential re-election. I countered with our party’s support of the Moral Monday Movement, but was unable to win the battle. (Of note, I got the same reaction when I attempted to book Dennis Kucinich in 2013 as well.)

    The good news was that Bernie did in fact appear twice in Raleigh at events we co-promoted in 2014 and he was proven to be inspirational and on message.

    For those of us who have been preaching about wealth and income inequality over the past seven years Bernie is a breath of fresh air.

  • January 13, 2016 at 6:51 pm
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    In addition, I am not confused as to whether the country would be better off with Clinton, O’Malley or Sanders as opposed to the GOP’s nominee. I am merely pointing out that Sanders has allowed for the re-introduction into the discourse of major elements of the Democratic Party’s core values that connect to the New Deal, the New Frontier and the Great Society.

    For this fact alone we should be grateful and insist that the Democratic Presidential Primary get more coverage and have more debates.

    This is what our country needs.

    • January 15, 2016 at 9:31 am
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      Amen to that Bernie 2016

  • January 14, 2016 at 2:14 pm
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    I was appalled at her answer to
    The powerball question. She would use the money to fund her campaign! I was expecting an answer like donate money for schools and house for the homeless. Clearly campaign finance is of no interest if she thinks more money makes you a winner. Shame on you Hillary for such a selfish answer to a question that should have been a softball.

    • January 15, 2016 at 9:32 am
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      yeah why not her foundation to the many ?? sure she’s for people lol

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