Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Trying Out the Hillary Defenses

“So, you know why I pulled you over, ma’am, right?”

“Oh, I have no idea at all officer,” Hillary said.

“You were speeding. Clocked you right here.”

“I didn’t do anything wrong,” Hillary said.

“Well, you did. You broke the law, you did something unsafe, you endangered others, you set a poor example for your whole organization, you compromised security.”

“Well, everybody does it,” Hillary said.

“No, they don’t. Most people drive safely.”

“Well, my predecessors at least did it,” Hillary said.

“So what, even if that is true? Wrong is wrong. ‘Everybody does it’ as an excuse went out in 6th grade.”

“Um, there was no law against it at the time,” Hillary said.

“Yes there was. Your own State Department, as well as common sense, was clear on that.”

“OK. I just did it for my own convenience,” Hillary said.

“That’s no excuse. Your convenience is not the deciding factor, especially where important things are concerned.”

“You’re just picking on me because my name is Hillary and because I’m a woman,” Hillary said.

“No, I’m talking to you because you did something wrong.”

“This is all just partisan stuff,” Hillary said.

“No, it is not. The FBI is not partisan, nor the Justice Department. Neither are two Inspectors General.”

“Well, I didn’t know there was anything wrong at the time, the road wasn’t marked,” Hillary said.

“Speeding is speeding. There’s a school over there. Someone with your years of driving should know what the speed limit is. Even if it is not posted, it is pretty clear what the right thing to do is. That’s it, isn’t it? Even if things fall just short of criminal, there is the right thing and the wrong thing.”

“But why does it matter?” Hillary said.

“It matters because of judgement. We have to trust you. We can’t monitor you all the time, and we can’t have someone in your position falling back on excuses, and then new excuses when those fall through. Someone in your position needs to be held to higher standards than simply ‘not currently indictable.’ You want to represent us, want us to trust you with our nation and indeed our lives. You have to be more, be better, set an example far beyond where you are now.”

“Hah, hah, I’ll just later wipe my driving record clean, with a rag!” Hillary said.

“And you can’t laugh it off. Madam, this is very serious business and if you think it is only about email speeding, you are far from qualified to drive lead.”

“None of that matters,” Hillary said as she sped away, flipping her middle finger at the law.