Let’s hope that there are millions more people out there, like Colin Powell, who “at this point” would “rather not” vote for Hillary.
They don’t “have to.” Let’s also hope they realize that. There are several alternatives, after all.
By the way, why would an election have to be postponed entirely just because the candidate from one party dropped out? There are still at least three candidates on the ballot to choose from.
Click on the image above to enlarge it. It shows a hacked and leaked email from Colin Powell to some dude named Jeffrey Leeds, whoever he is.
It’s a revelation, in more ways than one. Besides Powell admitting that he’d “rather not have to vote for” Hillary, he also drops the nugget that Bill Clinton is still, shall we say, entertaining “bimbos” at home.
Hmm. Is the term that Powell throws out so blithely, bimbos, a microaggression against women or would that just be your typical, run-of-the-mill, chauvinistic, misogynistic, sexist insult to women in general–the kind of things some people say privately but would never be caught saying publicly?
Was Powell, like Hillary more recently, simply being “grossly generalistic” when he described Bill’s lady friends as bimbos? Does he “regret” it?
Why is it always the woman who gets called names? It’s Bill who’s cheating, isn’t it? He’s the “himbo,” let’s say, who is Billing the women, after all.
So Colin Powell, allegedly a Republican, is good friends with Hillary and had planned to vote for her, but now he sounds as if he has Clinton Fatigue (like the rest of us).
Hillary herself apparently has Clinton Fatigue, if not something worse!
Like many of us–“deplorables” that we are–Powell sounds as if he’s concerned about Hillary’s health. He and Rhode Island state Senator Sheldon Whitehouse must be part of the “conspiracy theory” that’s going around about her condition:
“On HD tv she doesn’t look good,” Powell, who is believed to have had around 30,000 emails hacked, wrote on March 14. “She is working herself to death [hadn’t got the “powering through” talking points yet?] … She will turn 70 her first year in office.”
In response, Leeds recalled a conversation with Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse regarding Clinton’s difficulty in traversing a set of steps.
“Sheldon Whitehouse, who is a huge Clinton supporter, said they were both giving speeches at the same event a few months back and she could barely climb the podium steps,” Leeds wrote.
Well, she “decided to power through,” after all. Working hard for the People.
Will Scott Adams’s prediction come true?
Will Trump soon be “running unopposed?”
NOTE: This is another letter released today by Hillary’s physician, an internist from New York. Quickly scan it and you’ll see that all the bases are covered with regard to questions floating around on the Internet: she’s not contagious; she has an excuse for coughing in January (although she hid another condition and surgery from the public); she had a CT scan (for the ear problem) and shows “no abnormalities of the brain.“ Curiously, the doc made sure to mention those pesky “seasonal allergies.” I’m not a doctor but my doc would be concerned about a triglyceride count of 159. Somehow, although on antibiotics, Hillary developed bacterial pneumonia (that’s not contagious, mind you). The doc spells the thyroid medication incorrectly, making me wonder if this letter is yet another hoax; but apparently it’s not. Hillary went to the doctor’s office on the Friday of the infamous Streisand fundraiser and had a CT scan. Was there time in her busy schedule for that office visit and CT scan on Sept. 9? What time did this take place, exactly? Hillary’s B12 is normal and yet the doctor tells her to use B12 as needed. As needed? Who knows they need B12, especially if their level is normal? What do you say about this letter? Did I miss anything curious?