How Hating Hillary Clinton Became Cool … Clinton’s unpopularity is a big problem and her email controversy helps recycle a quarter-century of anti-Clinton drama. – HuffingtonPost
This Huffington Post has posted an article presenting a new dominant social theme we can call “Hillary Hate Repetition.”
This propaganda seeks to defuse negatives feelings about Hillary by repeating accusations in so many ways and with so many variations that they become kind of nonsensical.
Repeat a word or phrase over and over again and after a while it begins to lose meaning.
That’s what is going on.
Here’s some “Hillary Hate” repetition from Google:
Why do people hate Hillary Clinton? – Quora
Hillary Clinton and Progressives: Why Does the Left Hate Hillary – Politico
The people who hate Hillary Clinton the most. – Slate
A Morning Consult Poll Asks Why Voters Hate Hillary Clinton – Atlantic
Why do People Hate Hillary? – Peter Fuhry
All the reasons that people hate Hillary Clinton : politics – Reddit
Why the hate for Hillary Clinton? (Opinion) – CNN.com
The questions are asked but answers do not necessarily provide the real reasons why people are distrustful.
Article conclusions may end up citing her age, her unwillingness to “open-up” or other supposed character defects or even a variety of questionable charges on which she has been acquitted.
In fact, she has been around for so long that many people may have lost track of the actual reasons they are suspicious of her.
To reinforce this conclusion, articles like this one at Huffington Post, attempt to establish that Hillary is mostly misunderstood, and that people’s feelings stem from confusion rather than reality.
So ingrained is the anti-Hillary sentiment, crossing party and demographic lines, that even those too young to remember anything about Whitewater or “Troopergate” know it’s cool to dislike her -– even though they may not be quite sure why.
A private person by nature, Clinton responded through the years by throwing up even more barriers against outsiders, her supporters say, culminating in the decision that led her to use a private email server to handle her official communications as secretary of state.
A November 2011 email to her top confidante stated it best: “I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”
You see? Hillary has been attacked so regularly and emphatically that she has taken to preserving her privacy at any cost – which has then caused her more problems.
She is unpopular because she is a target – and that in turn generates a defensiveness that gives rise to further targeting.
For instance, undergraduates at Virginia say they can’t trust Clinton but don’t know why.
And here from Florida:
Among those in the Sunshine State who don’t trust Clinton is the 19-year-old college sophomore son of Barbara Cady.
“’No one likes her, Mom.’ So I’ve been told,” Cady said Monday as she walked Center City Philadelphia with fellow Clinton delegates from Florida. She added that her son could not really articulate his reasoning. “He has no idea. And he’s a political science major.”
In fact, there are real reasons to dislike her, and even fear her.
A primary reason is a very short video clip in which Clinton laughs about the murder of Muammar Gaddafi. You can see it HERE.
Why on earth would you laugh about someone’s death – and it was a horrible one – in a public venue, knowing you were being filmed.
Clinton also behaved horribly to the women with whom her husband had affairs. She threatened, intimidated and even, apparently, blackmailed them.
From the Washington Times HERE in January:
Running to be the first woman president, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has taken a stern stand on combating sexual harassment and assault — and has insisted that every accuser who comes forward has “the right to be believed.”
But Mrs. Clinton took a very different approach herself 25 years ago as the wife of then-Gov. Bill Clinton, leading the effort to discredit women who came forward with their own stories of harassment or assault by her husband.
Campaign narratives written by reporters detailed how she honchoed the campaign team that handled “bimbo eruptions,” digging up personal papers and official records that could be used to undercut the stories told by a series of women.
One top aide later recounted Mrs. Clinton’s intent to “destroy” the story of one accuser, while former adviser Dick Morris said Mrs. Clinton engaged in “blackmail” to try to force women to recant their stories.
Then there is the suicide of her close friend Deputy White House counsel Vince Foster who was found dead in Fort Marcy Park outside of DC on July 20, 1993. While his death was ruled a suicide, any reasonable assessment of the evidence provides little certainty of this conclusion.
In fact back in February of this year, WorldNetDaily reported HERE on a second wound in Foster’s neck that would rule out suicide.
Newly discovered evidence unearthed from boxes stored deep in the National Archives lend credence to theories about foul play and cover-up that have been hinted at by at least three books and countless articles. The newest piece to the puzzle was uncovered by two citizen researchers, one of whom was a witness involved in the case from the beginning.
Of course, there is the travel-agency scandal. You can see a description HERE. Hillary basically had the entire White House travel agency fired in order to replace them with her own people. But she didn’t just get rid of them. She had them investigated by the FBI with the intention of putting them in jail.
The reason to fear Hillary is because in these instances and many others she doesn’t seem to care about the “loose ends” she leaves. It is almost as if she takes enjoyment from flaunting what is basically sociopathic behavior. This is not just a character defect. It approaches a compulsion.
Conclusion: Yes, as we have pointed out HERE and HERE. Hillary’s conduct provides evidence of nothing less than sociopathic tendencies. It is not merely a lack of empathy, It is a willingness to do anything to advance her cause and goals, and often to do so in an obvious and public way. Repeating some of her myriad difficulties in a disingenuous manner – as the Huffington Post does – in no way minimizes the problems of her underlying character.