Hillary channels Michelle. And they both channel dictators. Back on the campaign trail (or at least the Twitter trail), Clinton sent out the following:
As @FLOTUS said, the choice in this election is about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four years of their lives.
She was referencing Michelle Obama’s proclamation at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, when M.O. said:
This November, when we go to the polls, that is what we are deciding. Not Democrat or Republican, not left or right. In this election and every election, it is about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives.
It doesn’t get any more blunt than that. The media, of course, yawn and look away, just as when Obama announced his desire to fundamentally transform America. It doesn’t occur to them to ask questions about such shocking statements. Or if it does, they don’t act on the urge lest it more fully reveal their own leftist intentions.
So it’s unlikely that anyone will press Clinton on what she means when she says she supports the idea of gaining power to shape the minds of America’s children. On one level, it hardly deserves a follow-up question that would only serve to provide her with a platform to prattle on about all manner of distractions.
Prominent people with access to the bullhorn need to shine a light on what she said. She needs to be challenged: Mrs. Clinton, history shows that dictators crave the kind of power you are talking about – power and abuse of power that run contrary to the foundation of American values and ideals. (See here, here,here, here, here, here, and here for more on this topic.)
Hillary Clinton is unfit to serve on every level imaginable. In no particular order: she does not uphold American values, she’s a pathological liar, she’s a felon, and she’s got a neurologic disease that renders her incapable of being the leader of the greatest nation on Earth.
All hands on deck. This wannabe dictator must lose on November 8. (And, not to be too greedy, but preferably lose by a large margin.)
Hat tips: Conservative Firing Line, Los Angeles Times