Dems and RINOs abandoning Hillary

“Inevitable” Hillary now defined by scandals

Hillary Clinton, bafflingly considered the de facto 2016 Democrat presidential front-runner, is not getting any cover from her former senate colleague Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). Appearing Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Feinstein was asked by host Chuck Todd about the mounting and increasingly harmful reports of Clinton’s use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State.  Though Feinstein started off saying the “situation isn’t clear,” she soon advised Clinton to “Step up and come out and state exactly what the situation is.”

FEINSTEIN: “Well actually, what I would like is for her to come forward and say just what the situation is.  Because she is the preeminent political figure right now.  She is the leading candidate, whether it be Republican or Democrat, for the next president, to be the next president.  And I think that she needs to step up and come out and state exactly what the situation is.  You know, some people say, “Well, she had a server in her…”

TODD: “You think this silence is hurting her.”

FEINSTEIN: “I think that from this point on the silence is going to hurt her.”

Appearing on the same program, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) went further, saying that neither Clinton nor the State Department should be taken at their word.

“Did she communicate on behalf of The Clinton Foundation as Secretary of State? Did she call the terrorist attack in Benghazi a terrorist attack in real time?” Graham asked. “I want to know. And the one thing I’ll never agree to is let the State Department tell us what e-mails we should receive, or let her and her team tell us. Some independent group should do that.”

Graham, an obedient McCain toady is now making noises about his own presidential run. Be assured he would never have come out against Hillary if McCain was still referring to her as an “inspiration” and “a rock star.”

Last October, we posted “Two timing McCain jilts Hillary,” which included this quote from the Arizona Republic:  “If U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham decides to run for president in 2016, he can count on the whole-hearted support of the 2008 Republican nominee, U.S. Sen. John McCain, his longtime ally on national security, immigration reform and other matters.”

The previous August, vacillating RINO McCain, called Hillary Clinton a “rock star” and said he might support her in 2016.

In the final analysis, Graham got it right on this issue. Hillary Clinton should be under intense scrutiny for her abysmal mishandling of Benghazi, where four Americans attached to the U.S. embassy in Libya, including the U.S. Ambassador, lost their lives.  Watch this video as Sen. Rand Paul skillfully eviscerates her during a senate hearing.  In contrast, her email trickery is more of the same deception Americans have come to expect from the Clinton’s.


12 Responses to Dems and RINOs abandoning Hillary

  1. Ellsworth says:

    The Clintons have career long histories of scandals, lies and haughty political overreaches that they have managed to not only survive, but put behind them. This time it looks as though their own are finally turning on them. But don’t mistake such actions as righteous indignation, People with their own political agendas will be crawling out of the woodwork. Dianne Feinstein’s comments are a surprise because at 81, she’s not running for president.

  2. LD 23 PC says:

    Turning over “self selected” emails will not save her ample ass. Hillary’s finally done in… her own arrogance and dishonesty. The good news is, the Democrats have invested so much in her, they have nowhere else to go. How much support can gaffe king Joe Biden gin up?

  3. John Liberty says:

    The problem IS THAT Republicans haven’t got the gonads to confront Obama or Democrats on anything, they just talk about what they want to do. I don’t believe that Hillary will run, she only wants the cash from donors to influence other political candidates of the future. In the meantime, our nation is falling into a socialist tyranny of the global elitists headed by this pied-piper of Human Trafficking, who is a narcissistic SOCIOPATH, that we know by the name of Herr Obama.

    Republicans CONTROL the House & Senate and won’t do anything but “investigate” the lawlessness of Obama deceiving the citizenry when they really are just the same as those whom they say are the problem. Two can’t play the same games UNLESS the are going the same direction in a game of deception. John McCain was 1 of 3 who DIDN’T vote on DHS funding for amnesty, he is just another fine example of weakness and deception. The reality is that he is a leaderless carcass who is working with the Obama legacy of racism, fake bipartisanship, and our tax dollars given for all peoples WORLDWIDE who ask for it.
    That is the destruction of America from within when neither Republican leader in the House or Senate desires to take real action to stop Obama.

    General George Patton said it best “If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking”, OR AS Fredrick Douglas said “I didn’t know I was a slave until I found out I couldn’t do the things I wanted”.

    • Former GOP PC says:

      A fine assessment of the facts, John. And it’s not just the “bipartisan” Republicrats such as the treacherous John McCain and Jeff McFlake, who are selling us out. Arizonans should never forget that bogus Republicans we helped put in plush congressional offices in DC speak out of both sides of their mouths when it comes to the illegals flooding our state and nation.

      U.S. Reps. David Schweikert, Matt Salmon and Paul Gosar jointly penned this pro-amnesty BS-laden op-ed. They ALL campaigned against amnesty, yet this piece begins with the devious words, ”America is a nation of immigrants.” Actually, America is a nation of CITIZENS! Based on this attempt to dupe us with crafted words that it took all three of them to fine tune, I will never support with my time and money and surely not with my vote the congressman who doesn’t represent me or my family. I’m finished with them all, but will withhold my vote from the one I am able to have that amount of control over. It’s frustrating to realize my inaction won’t matter in the long run. Those are basically cushy lifetime positions. We need term limits and need them badly.

  4. jon jensen says:

    Underestimating your enemy is never a good idea. Abandoning her for who? Joe biden in your dreams. The problem is your average democrat voter doesn’t care about e-mails and 5,000,000 minority kids will have turned 18 (voting age) by 2016 election and 100,000 in arizona, for warned is for armed!

  5. SmallGovt says:

    Hopefully it is true but I am skeptical. Women, especially, want to see the first female President and for some reason don’t hold much against the Clintons. They will do anything to elect her, and the Republicans are likely to help by running a bad candidate.

  6. Kent says:

    These latest scandals (private/gov’t email accounts and taking huge donations from foreign governments for the Clinton Center) have become a bridge too far for many cohorts of the problem-plagued and dreary Hillary. It’s over for her but I hope she remains the Dems candidate. Her candidacy will aid conservative Scott Walker, who is gaining GOP steam as a fresh face on the presidential trail. Recycled Hillary is the Democrats version of the Republican’s recycled Jeb Bush, who stands for what most of us devote energy to defeat—Common Core, and amnesty among them.

  7. Enuff says:

    I recently left the Republican Party that I first registered with in college decades ago. Robert McGraham and the full of sh*t AZ delegation drove me away. Yes. we have been sold out by McCain and Flake, but also by the GOP House members I had hoped we could count on. We’ve been duped by them ALL:…….Martha McSally, Paul Gosar, Matt Salmon, David Schweikert and Trent Franks all need to be replaced with fresh new conservatives. The awful truth is that is unlikely to happen. As long as they dance to the Chamber of Commerce lobbyists’ pro-amnesty tune their campaigns will be well funded. We can’t compete with those big bucks, so don’t expect them to represent us.

    • SmallGovt says:

      Very interesting and many feel the same way. Where did you go?

      • Enuff says:

        I joined the increasing ranks now registered as “Independent.” I struggled with this decision, but feel as Ronald Reagan said he did about the Democrat party to which he originally belonged. He said he didn’t leave the party, the party left him. When my Republican party embraced “bipartisanship” policies on critical issues such as illegal immigration, I knew my longstanding connection was eroding. It finally crumbled when those who campaign as conservatives voted like liberals, giving Obama everything he wants. It’s not only McCain and Flake, but also the AZ 5 in congress. We’ve got these liars on the county and state level, as well. I‘ve had enough of the doubletalk.

  8. SmallGovt says:

    Agree, I am an Independent as well and in my life have voted for Dem, Rep, and Independent candidates.

    I am not excited about any I currently see.

    • Enuff says:

      If you’ve read the Republican and Democrat Platforms, what would drive you to ever give Democrats the ability to change public policy? I’ve changed my affiliation as a protest, but supporting leftists is not my idea of bringing sanity to the political arena. I have withheld my vote and see that as a last resort. Last election I did not vote for my Republican congressman, although it was clear he would win without me. I will never vote for John McCain, Jeff Flake or Bill Montgomery who plays their game.