Elderly GOP defectors set to endorse Hillary Clinton

September 4, 2016

Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin

Written by:  SeeingRedAZ

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John McCain previously referred to Hillary as a “rock star”

Politico’s Playbook reports that former Secretaries of State George Shultz, closing in on his 96th birthday, and Henry Kissinger, age 93, have been in discussions regarding the issuance of a joint endorsement of Hillary Clinton.

And why not?  The memory challenged woman who couldn’t recall any pertinent facts regarding the Whitewater scandal and can’t remember pertinent facts about putting national security in peril with her email servers after her concussion has made a career of lying. MRC TV lists 10 scandals involving Hillary Clinton you may have forgotten.

The Washington Post reported Friday the FBI, whose director James Comey concluded in July there was no intentional wrongdoing on Hillary Clinton’s behalf, wrote in its report “that it was unable to track down all of Clinton’s electronic equipment because it had been destroyed or lost. One staffer told investigators he destroyed two mobile devices “by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer.” The FBI said it requested 13 devices from the law firm representing Clinton, and the firm said it could not produce any.”

No wonder pathological liar Hillary has so many supporters.

Yet the woman who concocted and attempted to perpetrate the Benghazi deceit as a spontaneous uprising over a depiction of Mohammad rather than a terrorist attack in the aftermath of  the deaths of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, at the U.S. embassy — gets yet another pass.

Shultz served as President Ronald Reagan’s chief diplomat. Kissinger was Secretary of State during the Nixon administration.

This Washington Post/ABC News poll released on Wednesday indicated Clinton’s favorability rating has tanked even among liberals, falling to 63%, down from 76% in early August. Thirty-four percent of liberals view her unfavorably, up from 24% in the immediate aftermath of the party conventions. Voters under age 50 also took an increasingly dim view of Clinton, with her favorability declining from 47% to 41%.

Although increasingly large segments of the American people indicate distrust for Hillary Clinton, John McCain has gone on record calling her a rock star he could support.”

At 80, octogenarian McCain is just a kid compared to George Shultz and Henry Kissinger. But all of them are far past their prime, and McCain’s failing memory has made the news numerous times. Just three of the many can be seen here, here and here.

 

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