Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

One Of The Biggest Flip-Flops In History Is Almost Complete

In the political world, you’d be hard pressed to find a more craven and power-driven flip-flop than Hillary Clinton’s position on the “Trans-Pacific Partnership.”

She’s now coming out against the deal, to appease the ultra-leftists in her party, but it was only a very short time ago that she was one of its most vocal supporters.

But – as the New York Post notes – that was before she was running for president.

Before she was running, she said it contained “strong protection for workers and the environment.”

Before she was running for president, she said it would provide “better jobs with higher wages and safer working conditions for women, migrant workers and others too often in the past excluded from the formal economy.”

But now she’s running for president. And because the left – and the unions … always the unions – have made it their mission to kill the deal, Clinton has decided to do the biggest flip-flop since John Kerry’s “I was against the war before I was for it.”

Because Clinton doesn’t have the guts to take on the unions. Few Democrats do.

That’s why for weeks she ducked and dodged the issue … knowing the ol’ flip-aroo was right around the corner and stalling, stalling, stalling.

Finally on Thursday, she said that “probably” she would vote against the trade deal if she were still in the Senate.

And that’s all it takes. She will be fully against it before too long and her metamorphosis to an isolationist liberal will be complete.

Until the unions tell her otherwise.