Hillary’s Top Advisor Said She Is “Often Confused”

Democrats want to put a congenitally lying, corrupt, disloyal sociopath in the White House – who is often confused and the FBI says is incapable of handling sensitive information.

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52 Responses to Hillary’s Top Advisor Said She Is “Often Confused”

  1. PhilJourdan says:

    WOW! I knew she was a dingbat, but not senile!

  2. OrganicFool says:

    Billary are both declining. I’m guessing it’s their politically correct Leftist nutritionism religion that many people follow. They are probably on statins (just guessing) to “lower their cholesterol”, which really causes all kinds of havoc (people with high cholesterol have less disease as the studies show). I would like to know their diet. I truly try to help people who follow this line of thinking and the “low fat” paradigm, but with some people it’s difficult to get through. Maybe somehow they deserve it. Trump eats his steaks and looks strong and healthy.

    • Gail Combs says:

      From CNN no less: Trump’s doctor: Trump ‘will be healthiest individual ever elected’ president

      Trump’s blood pressure is 110/65, according to Trump’s physician of 25 years, Dr. Harold Bornstein.

      I do not think all those steaks are hurting Trump one little bit!

      • OrganicFool says:

        Ha! Here it is in that article: “the candidate’s health has come under scrutiny given the candidate’s self-avowed lack of an exercise routine and his indulging diet, which he has said often includes fatty and cholesterol-heavy foods.”

        I believe diet and nutrition to be far more important than exercise. Does someone with leukemia need to jog more? Or an elderly home-bound invalid need to lift more weights? Or do they need proper nourishment?

        The politically correct nutritionists and dieticians love to claim cholesterol in food is somehow harmful. Scientific studies on heart and health show cholesterol protects against disease, it doesn’t cause disease (unless it’s oxidized and rancid, like in powdered milk, for example). Trump is a living example. Even though it defies their logic, they keep banging their head against the wall. Probably something to do with profits in the pharma and fast-food industries.

        The Left is a death trap. They want everyone to eat soy. They condemn meat, even if it’s pasture raised and treated “humanely”. Can’t win with the Left. They are blind leading the blind on this subject and many others, including alarmist end of the world CO2, which gives us all life. They condemn the very things that keep us alive.

        • Gail Combs says:

          The left ignores the fact humans are KILLER Apes and meat eaters. Heck chimps and even deer and cows will eat meat if they can get it.

          Raw soybeans on the other hand are toxic to all monogastric (one stomach) animals.

          I am 1/4 Druzes of Lebanon, (highest % of haplogroup X) that group is also found in the Sioux, Navaho, Cherokee, and a few other tribes. “The mutation defining haplogroup X is thought to have taken place during the late Upper Paleolithic, some time between 20,000 and 35,000 years ago.”

          One article indicated that the Druze are a reservoir of ancient genetics. ““We believe that the Druze are a relic of the population of people who lived here perhaps 10,000 or 15,000 or more years ago… Skorecki — who describes himself as an “archaeologist” who “digs” through DNA to discover the past — called the Druze a “genetic sanctuary” of a long-gone age.”
          http://forward.com/culture/112420/in-druze-genes-a-look-back-at-the-distant-past/

          I mention this because I have found that although I have zero problem with any kind of meat, most veggies and fruit produce an allergic reaction of varying degree.

          Grains are something I just can not eat without major problems.

          • OrganicFool says:

            That’s right, cows eat plenty of insects along with their grasses. Insects could replace meat. They provide valuable fat soluble vitamins required for good health. We could live on insects and many cultures do. Not sure I’m ready for crickets or grasshoppers, but I do like insects of the sea, like shrimp!

          • Ernest Bush says:

            Insects are eaten all over the world because the people eating them can’t afford beef and pork on a regular basis. That doesn’t mean we need to eat them in the U.S. In fact, there is no reason for us to eat them when high quality protein and fat are available from farm animals.

          • Me says:

            Leave to the UN to push that with all the green weenies and the peta bunch. lets see them eating the bugs all the time in their diet before they start pushing that on everyone else. I bet most of them weenies are vegaterians and wouldn’t eat what they want others to eat. But hey, like the water cycle and carbon cycle there is a food chain! They don’t want to promote that!

        • Rud Istvan says:

          Cholesterol’s relationship to CVD is much more complicated than you make out. There is HDL and LDL. The ratio matters more than total of both. Most blood cholesterol of both types is manufactured in the liver, and does NOT come from foods of whatever type. Statins work on in liver, not in gut. There are many confounding factors, like inflammatory responses to arterial plaques, total dietary fat intake, obesity, and genetics.

          • Gail Combs says:

            Correct. My Mom had an auto accident that injured her pancreas so she could not digest fats. She was put on such a low fat diet she went into ‘rabbit starvation’ with the fatty sheaths on the nerve disintegrating. Despite this her cholesterol was sky high.

            I quit believing the dietary fat = high cholesterol at that point.

            Scientist still do not know a lot about the body plus different folks react differently to the same diet.

          • OrganicFool says:

            I’m not a doctor, but HDL and LDL are just the “bus” cholesterol takes to get to it’s location. Cholesterol is just an alcohol molecule that hitches a ride. HDL is the bus that takes cholesterol back to the liver to be recycled. LDL is not “bad”, it is the ambulance going to the accident. If it’s elevated it probably means the body is trying to heal or responding to a stress or wound. Heart disease is not caused by saturated fats from animals, it has more to do with other factors, including refined carbs, deficiencies or imbalances of certain minerals and vitamins, like magnesium and B12. Hearts favorite food is saturated fat, palmitic and stearic fatty acids (Dr. Mary Enig, lipid researcher). Here’s a good article on these drugs with references: http://www.westonaprice.org/modern-diseases/dangers-of-statin-drugs-what-you-havent-been-told-about-popular-cholesterol-lowering-medicines/

          • OrganicFool says:

            Statins don’t prevent heart disease

          • cdquarles says:

            Um, statins work wherever the enzyme they inhibit exists. Yes, the liver is one such place, but they also inhibit cholesterol synthesis in the brain and skeletal muscle.

            Statins have their place, for these can keep local inflammatory cholesterol synthesis from getting out of hand and creating local excessive oxygenated forms from the local superoxide dismutase, peroxidases and others.

            Are they over used? Yes. Why? Conflation of blood levels when it is local tissue levels and conditions that matter.

            People may not know or remember this, but in the 50s, atherosclerosis was considered to be a consequence of inflammatory conditions (think the big streptococcal infection related scarlet fever and rheumatic fever (my uncle, who is the sole living relative on my mom’s side, got rheumatic fever and had heart damage from it). [Quick aside, remember streptokinase, the clot buster? Consider that for a moment.] I had scarlet fever but never got rheumatic fever because my parents and grandparents had me shot full of penicillin whenever I had a strep throat (which was ever year).

            One of the things that happens in systemic inflammatory conditions is deposition of complement in the blood vessels, particularly where they branch. The local damage recruits the immune system locally, enhancing the effects of the deposited complement. So, you can see one possible explanation for the notion that cardiovascular disease is a consequence of inflammation, generally.

            Fast forward a generation. Strep is still common but the nephritis and scarlet fever and rheumatic fever wasn’t as common. The emphasis moved away from inflammation to other things. No, antibiotics did not do this. What changed was the strains of streptococcus. Why isn’t that clear, unless some good studies have been written lately.

            LDL/HDL ratios? I think they are meaningless for most people. Some, sure. [Disclaimer, I worked in a pathology lab that did ultracentrifugation to separate the blood lipoproteins by density and used colorimetric methods to measure the levels.] Total serum cholesterol, likewise, is meaningless for most people. Some, sure.

            My family also has a history of various auto-immune diseases; but for general allergies, not so much. IgG, IgM, IgE, IgA, IgD, these antibody families and a host of other immune system factors and the gene families that code for them and regulate them matter more, in my opinion.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    Boy, you can tell it is an election year. All the disinfo agents like the Mosh Pup have switched into high gear and are commenting on sites they usually avoid.

  4. ltregulate says:

    Hillary also despises law enforcement, including the Secret Service agents that protect her very safety, as does the current administration. Anyone that believes in any semblance of law and order should not even fathom voting for her.

  5. Tim A says:

    Do you think that could affect her performance as President? I’m particularly worried about that whole nuclear arsenal thing!

    • RickS says:

      I’ve got a Hellary bumper sticker on my car !

      It reads, [Nukes-For-Hellary] !!

      It’s “endorsed” by Barack Insane Obama…

      Sincerely yours

      The Hellary Rotten for President Committee

  6. RickS says:

    “Democrats want to put a congenitally lying, corrupt, disloyal sociopath in the White House” ?

    You mean Obama will be around for another 3rd term ???

    I’ll tell ya that’s not right !

    30,000,000,000,000 (Trillion), her we come…

    But then again, “If You like your 30 Trillion dollar debt, You can keep your 30 Trillion dollar debt” !

    Makes sense to Me !!!

    Oops I’m sorry, you meant Hellary !

    My bad……………..

    • Gail Combs says:

      You mean Obama will be around for another 3rd term ???

      No they want a sociopath for a ninth term…. (Yeah, I am starting with LBJ)

  7. Eliza says:

    Well, well. the State Dept now confirms that the 400 million was in fact a ransom payment. If Trump does not jump on this 1000% he does not deserve to be president. This is his last chance probably to change the numbers…

  8. gator69 says:

    Of course she is confused, she is a liar. It’s not like she is trying to “remember” what actually happened.

  9. Leon Brozyna says:

    So that’s why she wanted her email private and hidden … didn’t want it known that she’s confused … but wait, what’s this? … she took a nap in a bed?? … I’ll take a 10-15 minute recharge in the recliner, but a bed??? Hell, you go to bed to sleep, not take a quickie nap.

  10. Frank K. says:

    I’d like to take this opportunity to post this excerpt from Donald Trump’s latest speech. He and Mike Pence will be in Louisiana tomorrow. In contrast, the president will be golfing and Hillary will be “resting.”

    I’d like to take a moment to talk about the heartbreak and devastation in Louisiana, a state that is very special to me.

    We are one nation. When one state hurts, we all hurt – and we must all work together to lift each other up. Working, building, restoring together.

    Our prayers are with the families who have lost loved ones, and we send them our deepest condolences. Though words cannot express the sadness one feels at times like this, I hope everyone in Louisiana knows that our country is praying for them and standing with them to help them in these difficult hours.

    We are one country, one people, and we will have together one great future.

    Tonight, I’d like to talk about the New American Future we are going to create together.

    Last week, I laid out my plan to bring jobs back to our country.

    On Monday, I laid out my plan to defeat Radical Islamic Terrorism.

    On Tuesday, in Wisconsin, I talked about how we are going to restore law and order to this country.

    Let me take this opportunity to extend our thanks and our gratitude to the police and law enforcement officers in this country who have sacrificed so greatly in these difficult times.

    The chaos and violence on our streets, and the assaults on law enforcement, are an attack against all peaceful citizens. If I am elected President, this chaos and violence will end – and it will end very quickly.

    Every single citizen in our land has a right to live in safety.

    To be one united nation, we must protect all of our people. But we must also provide opportunities for all of our people.

    We cannot make America Great Again if we leave any community behind.

    Nearly Four in ten African-American children are living in poverty.I will not rest until children of every color in this country are fully included in the American Dream.

    Jobs, safety, opportunity. Fair and equal representation. This is what I promise to African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and all Americans.

    But to achieve this New American Future we must break from the failures of the past.

    The establishment media doesn’t cover what really matters in this country, or what’s really going on in people’s lives. They will take words of mine out of context and spend a week obsessing over every single syllable, and then pretend to discover some hidden meaning in what I said.

    Just imagine for a second if the media spent this energy holding the politicians accountable who got innocent Americans like Kate Steinle killed – she was gunned down by an illegal immigrant who had been deported five times.

    Just imagine if the media spent this much time investigating the poverty and joblessness in our inner cities.

    Just think about how much different things would be if the media in this country sent their cameras to our border, or to our closing factories, or to our failing schools. Or if the media focused on what dark secrets must be hidden in the 33,000 emails Hillary Clinton deleted.

    Instead, every story is told from the perspective of the insiders. It’s the narrative of the people who rigged the system, never the voice of the people it’s been rigged against.

    So many people suffering in silence. No cameras, no coverage, no outrage from a media class that seems to get outraged over just about everything else.

    So again, it’s not about me. It’s never been about me. It’s about all the people in this country who don’t have a voice.

    I am running to be their voice.

    I am running to be the voice for every forgotten part of this country that has been waiting and hoping for a better future.

    I am glad that I make the powerful a little uncomfortable now and again – including some powerful people in my own party. Because it means I am fighting for real change.

    There’s a reason the hedge fund managers, the financial lobbyists, the Wall Street investors, are throwing their money at Hillary Clinton. Because they know she will make sure the system stays rigged in their favor.

    It’s the powerful protecting the powerful.

    The insiders fighting for the insiders.

    I am fighting for you.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I have listened to a lot of Donald Trump’s speeches. He really connects with the average American because he understands our concerns. This is why he gets crowds in the five to ten thousand range when Hitlery is doing good to get a couple hundred, mostly paid, attendees.

      People who know him call him the Blue Collar Billionaire because he was raised in construction and rather talk to cabbies and carpenters than politicians. His kids are just as comfortable driving a big cat (D10 caterpillar) as they are a car because he understands the need to know a business from the ground up. It is also why Trump is plain speaking and sometimes a bit salty when talking to ordinary Americans. He has also cut many international deals so he has a lot more top level negotiating skills than Hitlary.

      What I find encouraging is the fact Trump will LISTEN to people from janitors to VPs and he is very very good at seeing diamonds in the rough. This means he will do a great job at picking the correct people for his administration. Picking the correct people is the most important attribute of a successful executive and Trump has shown he has that attribute.

      No wonder Trump has the Parasitic Class in DC peeing in their britches. The ordinary Americans that gave rise to the Tea Party finally have a real leader the parasites can not subvert. One who also appeals to the union workers the Democrats thought they owned.

      SEIU Union Leader: My Blue-Collar Members Support Trump’s Message

      The far-left progressive leader of the huge SEIU union admits that many or most of her blue-collar members are sympathetic to Donald Trump’s pro-American populist message.

      “I am deeply concerned about what is stirring, even in our membership… where our members are responding to Trump’s message,” she told David Axelrod, the chief campaign strategist for President Barack Obama’s election in 2008.

      Can you see Trump winning the election? Axelrod asked. “Yea, I could, I could,” said Mary Kay Henry, the international president of the Service Employees International Union….

      Henry’s huge union claims a membership of roughly 2 million blue-collar workers, but is actually run by a professional cadre of far-left progressives. That leadership means the union’s priorities including many progressive goals, such as greater immigration, more federal regulation of police and boosting the Democrats’ power…

      Henry said getting citizenship for more migrants is a “core agenda” for the union, even though any inflow of unskilled migrants pushes down wages for blue-collar Americans. In 2013, for example, Obama added 2 million foreign workers to the U.S. economy, just as 4 million young Americans began looking for jobs….

      Trump is getting support, she admitted, because wages have been flat, and because “he’s touching this vein of the terrible anxiety that working-class people feel about their current status, but more importantly, how terrified they are for their kids, not being able to do as well as they have, never mind doing better.”

      “That broken sense of the future… is what we found” when surveying members, she said.

      Your professional/managerial types are 40% of the labor market and ‘other’ (assistants and clerical workers, technicians and repair workers, artists and entertainers, service workers, laborers, salespersons, operators, skilled trade workers, assemblers, or former military) are about 60%.

      However most people esp in the high tech field have seen their jobs or their co-workers jobs taken by non-Americans.

      The US H1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise in specialized fields. The advocates say The United States faces challenges in meeting the growing needs of an expanding knowledge-based innovation economy. Arguments that highly-skilled, temporary foreign workers are freezing out native-born workers are rebutted by the best available empirical evidence.” However many well educated Americans will tell you that they were required to TRAIN the lower pay scale H1B visa holders before they got the boot out the door. Just ask E. M Smith – ChiefIO

      This may not be reported in the news but it makes the rounds as people with high tech jobs get the boot and complain to family, friends and strangers standing in line at the store.

      (Ted Cruz BTW wanted to increase H1B visas by 500%)

  11. I love Gator69 and Gail Combs.

    Amen to everything they said! Now I hate myself for intellectual laziness. So here is my three cents.

    Hillary is owned by the “Donor Class” which includes the Greenies. Even though there has been no significant warming in 19 years yet she still wants to “Mitigate CO2” in defiance of science and common sense.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Hillary is owned by those who want to destroy USA exceptionalism. Can’t have the serfs thinking they are as good as the elite.

      Look at the amount of money she gets from muslim countries and you will understand why she wants to increase muslim immigration by 500% (Muslim countries want to export their troublemakers)

      Here’s The List Of Anti-Gay, Muslim Nations From Whom Hillary Has Taken Millions Of Dollars These nations are also anti-woman.

      Since Hillary is campaigning on Vote for me because I am a woman her support from countries that abuse women needs to be highlighted.

      It’s a scandal that in 2013 women still risk death by stoning in 15 countries. Incredibly, that number is now set to rise.

      Last month, the Sultan of Brunei ( Brunei Darussalam) announced a harsh new penal code based on an interpretation of sharia law. Along with flogging and amputation for certain crimes, the code introduces death by stoning as a punishment for adultery.

      Also https://mic.com/articles/68431/women-around-the-world-are-being-stoned-to-death-do-you-know-the-facts#.dBGQURLOD

      These are the fifteen countries with the countries that Hillary takes money from highlighted.
      Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, SAUDI ARABIA, QATAR, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Yeman, Sudan, Northern Nigeria, Mali, Mauritania, Somalia, Malaysia, Indonesia and now Brunei Darussalam

      http://d2sh4fq2xsdeg9.cloudfront.net/contentAsset/image/14921a2d-b38d-4585-87ef-453eb2b8ada2/image/byInode/1/filter/Resize,Jpeg

      SAUDI ARABIA

      Saudi Arabia’s discriminatory male guardianship system remains intact despite government pledges to abolish it. Under this system, ministerial policies and practices forbid women from obtaining a passport, marrying, traveling, or accessing higher education without the approval of a male guardian, usually a husband, father, brother, or son.

      Authorities also fail to prevent some employers from requiring male guardians to approve the hiring of adult female relatives or some hospitals from requiring male guardian approval for certain medical procedures for women. In February, a member of the Senior Council of Scholars, the highest state body for the interpretation of Islamic law, issued a fatwa stating that women are not allowed to visit a male doctor without their male guardians. They are not allowed to expose parts of the body with the exception of a medical emergency. All women remain banned from driving in Saudi Arabia.
      (wwwDOT)hrw.org/world-report/2015/country-chapters/saudi-arabia

      KUWAIT

      Women continue to face discrimination in many aspects of their lives, and large legal gaps remain in protections for women. Kuwait has no laws prohibiting domestic violence, sexual harassment, or marital rape. Legislation proposed in April to penalize sexual harassment had still to be debated by November 2014. Kuwaiti women married to non-Kuwaitis, unlike Kuwaiti men, cannot pass on their citizenship to their children or spouses. Kuwaiti law also prevents a woman marrying a partner of her choice without her father’s permission.
      (wwwDOT)hrw.org/world-report/2015/country-chapters/kuwait

      QATAR

      Under Article 36, a marriage contract is valid when a woman’s male guardian concludes the contract and two male witnesses are present. Article 57 forbids husbands from hurting their wives physically or morally, but article 58 states that it is a wife’s responsibility to look after the household and to obey her husband. Marital rape is not a crime.
      (wwwDOT)hrw.org/world-report/2015/country-chapters/qatar

      OMAN

      Article 17 of the Basic Law states that all citizens are equal and bans gender-based discrimination. In practice, however, women continue to face discrimination in law under the Personal Status Law that governs matters such as divorce, inheritance, child custody, and legal guardianship, and in practice.
      (wwwDOT)hrw.org/world-report/2015/country-chapters/oman

      THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

      Federal law No. 28 of 2005 regulates matters of personal status in the UAE and some of its provisions discriminate against women. For example, it requires that a male guardian conclude a woman’s marriage contract; likewise,talaq (unilateral divorce) occurs when the husband makes a declaration before a judge.

      Domestic violence is permitted under UAE law. Article 53 of the UAE’s penal code allows the imposition of “chastisement by a husband to his wife and the chastisement of minor children” so long as the assault does not exceed the limits prescribed by Sharia, or Islamic law. Article 56 of the UAE’s personal status code obligates women to “obey” their husbands. In 2010, the UAE’s Federal Supreme Court issued a ruling—citing the UAE penal code—that sanctions beating and other forms of punishment or coercion by husbands on their wives, provided they do not leave physical marks.
      (wwwDOT)hrw.org/world-report/2015/country-chapters/united-arab-emirates

      • Gail Combs says:

        Any woman who votes for that witch is truly crazy! Just look at the horror women in Europe now are faced with while muslims are allowed to rape at will and women are told to shut up or face charges of Hate Crimes.

        Facebook Signs European Union Pledge To Suppress Loosely Defined ‘Hate Speech’ And Promote ‘Counter Narratives’

        he European Commission has today announced a partnership with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft in order to crack down on what it classes as “illegal hate speech” while “criminaliz[ing]” perpetrators and “promoting independent counter-narratives” that the European Union favours.

        A press release from the Commission this morning claims the new initiative has been set up “to respond to the challenge of ensuring that online platforms do not offer opportunities for illegal online hate speech to spread virally”….

        he “criminalizing [of] hate speech is dependent on a robust system of enforcement of criminal law sanctions against the individual perpetrators of hate speech” the Commission declares.

        Insisting that, “it is essential to ensure that relevant national laws” are used to combat “racism and xenophobia are fully enforced by Member States”. Furthermore, “illegal hate speech online” must be “expeditiously reviewed by online intermediaries and social media platforms” within a short “time-frame”….

      • oeman50 says:

        I don’t think she is “owned” by any of them. Of course, she takes their money and panders to them in the short term. But don’t be surprised if she turns on them if she thinks it is in her own best interest. She adopts positions at the drop of a hat and abandons them as needed. I don’t think anyone knows what she really believes in (except $$), possibly including herself.

  12. Andy says:

    Are you all voting for Trump?

    How do you compare him to Reagan?

    Andy

    • Frank K. says:

      Read the speech excerpt I posted above. And read all of his recent speeches on the economy, security, and law & order.

      I don’t like comparing anyone to Reagan, as he had his own unique style and way of working within the establishment. But in terms of the major themes of lower taxes, fewer oppressive regulations, security, law and order, trade, and putting Americans first, I think you’ll find them very similar.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I am hoping Trump is not as naive as Reagan. He certainly has a better knowledge of economics.

      • cdquarles says:

        Reagan was classically trained in economics and sociology (fascinating given he earned this in 1932!) from Eureka College and was a small town boy. Eureka College link here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eureka_College. Eureka is a small town well outside of the urban jungle and in the midst of corn country. I doubt that he was naïve when it came to economics nor government, either. Fighting both of the modern Progressive’s parties, and winning at a crucial time, was a gift from God, I say.

        @ Andy, there are some similarities between Trump and Reagan. Reagan was a union president, lest we forget. There are some differences, too; and not just the 35 years between their births. Here is where Ronald W. Reagan was born: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tampico,_Illinois. Trump was born in Queens.

    • Reagan thought about shuttering the US Department of Education that was established by his predecessor.
      http://www.gallopingcamel.info/education.html

      Reagan stayed his hand. He may have been impressed by Terrell Bell and the “Nation at Risk” report. Donald Trump has the benefit of hindsight so I know he means it when he promises to close or curb the US Department of Education. That alone is sufficient reason for me to vote for him instead of Hillary Clinton.

      • cdquarles says:

        Maybe that report swayed Reagan some, but I think politics mattered more. Remember, the Ds controlled the House throughout and the Senate for part of his two terms. I would not be surprised if Moynihan didn’t weigh in on the Ed Dept., too.

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