by James Buchanan
The Hillary Clinton campaign has been accusing Donald Trump of being “temperamentally unfit” to be president. This raises the question: Well does Hillary’s frequent hysterical tantrums and profanity-laced attacks on anyone unfortunate enough to be around her make Hillary temperamentally unfit?
A Breitbart news article reports “Hillary Clinton once threw a Bible at the back of a Secret Service agent’s head, part of a pattern of unhinged rage that the now-presumptive Democratic nominee exhibited, as exposed for the first time in former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne’s grueling insider account of Hillary Rodham Clinton.”
“Byrne’s forthcoming book Crisis of Character—in which he details how the Clintons operated during his time in the U.S. Secret Service, where he protected the first couple for eight years in the White House in the 1990s. During three of those years, he was posted right outside the Oval Office. The book comes out next week…”
“Byrne goes on to report that for Secret Service agents, being assigned to Hillary Clinton’s detail “was a form of punishment…”
Another book by former Secret Service agent Ronald Kessler also reported that being assigned to Hillary was considered a punishment assignment.
A big part of whether people will vote for a candidate is whether they think that candidate is like-able. Would they enjoy having a beer with that person?
Unless you’re a flaming liberal militant, you’d probably enjoy having a beer with Donald Trump. Hillary however is so focused on putting on a phony image that any conversation with her would be crushingly dull, and good luck if there are no cameras around and she decides to treat you like an unimportant peasant, who’s getting in her way. Then the profanities, incredible rudeness and flying Bibles may suddenly appear.