Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Clinton is Consistently Late; Voters are Noticing

Remember Hillary 1.0 of the current campaign? She rode in a Scooby van! She ate at Chipotle! She met with common people! She loved us, and we were supposed to love her back!

Yeah, well, that didn’t last.

Hillary may have ridden out into the Heartland in a van, but she damn sure flew home First Class. One of Hillary’s many problems is that her distaste for regular people is right on the surface. Say what you want about the Old Dog, but Bill loved to get out there and mingle, shake hands and make personal contact. Hillary can’t stand it. She is contemptuous of having to walk among the lowers.

People are starting to notice.

CNN, long a Hillary haven, reported that on Friday, one hour after Hillary Clinton was scheduled to take the stage at the gym at Broward College, Vikesh Patel and three of his classmates left without catching a glimpse of the Democratic front-runner in that key Florida county. She was running late from a fundraiser with the rich folks!

In the back of the gym, another student, Nichole Zapata, was thinking. “This is not a good impression,” said Zapata, an undecided voter. “Hopefully she can win me over once she gets here, if she gets here. Not doing too good, though.”

In Baton Rouge last week, Clinton ran an hour late for her organizing event.

The same day in Little Rock, she appeared more than 30 minutes after the crowd in a sweltering gym expected her.

The next day in Des Moines, Iowa, she walked on stage 40 minutes late in another gym.

And at an event on substance abuse Thursday in Massachusetts, Clinton was 50 minutes behind schedule.

Attending a Clinton event is an investment that many other candidates’ rallies don’t require. Her security is tighter. Lines move more slowly as the Secret Service screens attendees. She’s late.

Sure, sure, traffic is a bear (but Clinton travels with police escort for her motorcade.) And those fundraisers (gathering all those checks takes time.) What about her cray-cray schedule (but she has a large staff)?

Nope, being on time is an obligation. Showing up consistently late is a choice, a choice that shows exactly where regular people stand in Hillary’s world.