You can’t say we weren’t warned. Hillary Clinton, appearing on “Good Morning America” on Monday, admitted that politics is all a “game” to her, while alerting everyone she doesn’t intend to ever give it up.
“I will never be out of the game of politics,” Clinton said. “I’m not going to be running for anything. I really feel like our democracy is at stake.”
“And there is many reasons for that, some of them we saw on the screen with the insurrection,” she claimed about the January 6 non-insurrection. “Some of them because of the revelations about Facebook that creates a world of disinformation. I am never going to get out of, you know, being involved, worried, and hopefully trying to help in some way.”
Ronald Reagan once famouly quipped, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the Government, and I’m here to help.” Since that remains the case, Hillary Clinton’s pronouncement is extra-terrifying.
Clinton was on GMA to hawk her upcoming political-mystery novel “State of Terror,” which was ‘co-written’ with Canadian author Louise Penny. While it is being advertised as her first work of fiction, she has authored 14 other books of questionable veracity.
“State of Terror follows a novice Secretary of State who has joined the administration of her rival, a president inaugurated after four years of American leadership that shrank from the world stage,” the Amazon synopsis of the book reads “A series of terrorist attacks throws the global order into disarray, and the secretary is tasked with assembling a team to unravel the deadly conspiracy, a scheme carefully designed to take advantage of an American government dangerously out of touch and out of power in the places where it counts the most.”
Hillary Clinton is now writing fiction novels about a ‘conspiracy’ that compromises the American government, which comes after years of denial the 2016 election was legitimate due to Russian collusion. Let’s just say Clinton’s insights promise to be a little too ‘on the nose.’
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