First of all, Hillary Clinton is not popular.
Hillary Clinton entered this race under the assumption that she had a built-in base of supporters who loved her and would carry her into the White House without her having to do much more than smile. But much if not most of that base is beginning to look to be no more than a figment of Hillary's imagination.
Fifteen minutes after Hillary announced her run for the Presidency via a Youtube clip, CNN's Brian Stelter tweeted:"15 minutes into Clinton campaign launch -- only U.S. Twitter trend higher than 'Hillary Clinton' is '#WhyImNotVotingForHillary'"
'Doesn't exactly sound like a groundswell of support for the shoe-in Democrat candidate, does it? Furthermore, a great deal of Hillary's "support" seems to have been manufactured by Hillary herself.
Hillarity Clinton boasts 3.6 million Twitter followers, but the Twitter monitoring group StatusPeople.com found that 2 million, or 56%, of those are either inactive or out and out fakes. Another prominent monitoring group, TwitterAudit.com, monitored 320,000 of Ms Clinton's followers and found that nearly one in five simply don't exist. They are just names gleaned from a telephone book or from headstones in a cemetery.
During her recent cross-country hide-from-the-press subterfuge, Hillary had to hire local Democrat operatives to appear with her in "impromptu" photo-ops. Locals could not be trusted not to voice their distaste for her and their distrust of her in front of the camera.
Bottom line: Hillarity Clinton could not win a popular election for President of her book club. And no amount of media hype and propaganda can ever repair her image.
Hillary Clinton has too much baggage. Too many Americans have seen too many expositions of her lying, her cheating, and her insatiable greed. If Bill and Hillary are too stupid and egotistical to recognize this, George Soros is not, and he is actively engineering addition revelations of her lying, cheating, and stealing to further erode her already dismal popularity.
Secondly, Hillary has no message.
Even without Soros' help Hillary's candidacy is doomed, because she has nothing to say. She's like a hyperactive high school freshman on the debating team at her first debate, blathering gibberish in an attempt to cover up the fact that she's incapable of formulating a cogent idea.
The only plank in Hillarity's platform is the tired old class warfare battle cry of income inequality. "In order to improve the economy," she intones," we must topple the top 1% (of American wealth producers)." But, Hey, Hillary. Who are this 1% you so readily and consistently demonize?
According to Pew Research, “America’s wealthiest 1 percent had at least $2,385,306 to their names.” The Clintons are worth about 100 times that amount – $200 million – so they clearly qualify as members of the 1% Hillary is so anxious to "topple." Ooops! You didn't think anybody would be smart enough to figure that out, did you Hillary.
Furthermore, it's simply insulting to suggest that Americans are stupid enough to believe that stealing the wealth of 1% – or of any percentage – of wealth producing Americans would assuage the damage being done to the American economy by an inconceivably enormous public debt, economically strangling government regulations, and the unconscionable theft of wealth already being perpetrated against 50% of wealth producing Americans to support the 50% of Americans who produce only Democrat votes and welfare dependent children.
And finally, Hillary is out of touch with America.
During a campaign stop in New Hampshire just a week ago, on Tuesday 20 April, Hillary expressed amazement at the plight of small businesses in the Obama economy. “I was very surprised to see that when I began to dig into it,” she said. “Because people were telling me this as I traveled around the country the last two years, but I didn’t know what they were saying and it turns out that we are not producing as many small businesses as we use to (sic).”
Surprise, Hillary. There really is an America out there – outside your 10 million dollar a year lifestyle – an America from which you have so far divorced yourself that you cannot possibly relate to their problems.
The two concepts of problems and American public are, in fact, incompatible in Hillary Clinton's mind. She is no more capable of appreciating the problems of Americans than the farmer is capable of appreciating the problems of the goose as he chops its head off. The farmer, after all, is not a goose – he is a harvester of geese. And Hillary Clinton ceased being an American about 200 million dollars ago – when she became a harvester of Americans.
So don't worry about Hillary. Our job is to see that Ted Cruz beats Elizabeth Warren.