Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Hillary Sweating Blood Over Biden Run

Hillary’s campaign is worried.

Of course there are the polls, showing her week-by-week losing ground, even as more scandals unfold. Then it seems Bernie raised more money last week than she did, despite Hillary’s near 24/7 pandering to big donors. And then there is Biden, the potential giant killer.

The New York Times reports after months of voicing doubt about a challenge from the vice president, Clinton operatives are viewing Biden’s entry into the contest as a serious possibility and are trying to rally the party’s apparatus and its donors to her side. They have flooded uncommitted Democrats with emails, phone calls and a plea for them to sign a letter, a copy of which was obtained by The New York Times. In the letter, Democrats are asked to “pledge to support Hillary Rodham Clinton at the 2016 Democratic National Committee Convention with my unpledged delegate vote.”

Oh, a letter. That should nail this down for Hillary. Can anyone else smell desperation in the air?

Here’s what else the slippery woman has in store.

This Saturday, hours before Biden appears as the keynote speaker at the annual gala of the Human Rights Campaign, the most influential gay and lesbian political group in the country, Clinton will have breakfast with the same group. And next Tuesday, Bill will appear on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” after an emotionally powerful appearance by Biden that became a viral video among some in the Democratic Party. Maybe Bill will tear up over how he was impeached and how he disgraced the nation by getting a BJ in the Oval Office his wife so badly wants to occupy.

But in classic Hillary style, it is all about the smear.

On a recent stop at a diner in Laconia, New Hampshire,. Clinton answered a voter’s question about why she had supported bankruptcy legislation that Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, and other liberal activists opposed. Unprompted, she raised the vice president’s role in the bill.

“I said, ‘It’s really important to me that we don’t hurt women and children, so I will support it even though there are other things I don’t like in it,’” Clinton told the questioner.

Then she added, “It was Vice President Biden who was the senator from Delaware and the Republican co-sponsor that I was talking with.”

Oh, it’s on!