Breaking… New Hampshire…
It appears that the crisis that took place last week at Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters in New Hampshire was in fact a staged incident!
We already know that Hillary Clinton plants questions on her campaign stops, we already know that Hillary Clinton planted a question at the Republican debate, so is it too much to wonder if this whole New Hampshire hostage crisis in New Hampshire was staged. I mentioned in my first post about this crisis that this was perhaps a publicity stunt. She has been falling in the polls and needed a boost. After reading this article about the whole ordeal, there is no doubt in my mind this whole thing was staged.
Let’s look at some excerpts from the article I linked to above from breitbart to get a feeling of why I believe this crisis was staged.
When the hostages had been released and their alleged captor arrested, a regal-looking Hillary Rodham Clinton strolled out of her Washington home, the picture of calm in the face of crisis.
The image, broadcast just as the network news began, conveyed the message a thousand town hall meetings and campaign commercials strive for-namely, that the Democratic presidential contender can face disorder in a most orderly manner.
She strolled out of her home in Washington, over 500 miles away, and she was calm and collected. They are making it sound as if she was actually taken hostage. Or that she is the one that convinced the man to come out of the building and saved all the hostages. The ordeal ended and she strutted out just in time for the network news to start. Coincidence, I think not.
It was a vintage example of a candidate taking a negative and turning it into a positive. And coming just six weeks before the presidential voting begins, the timing could hardly have been more beneficial to someone hoping to stave off a loss in the Iowa caucuses and secure a win in the New Hampshire primary.
Is that so? The timing couldn’t have been better for someone falling in the polls. You don’t say. Coincidence, I think not.
the woman striving to move from former first lady to the first female president was eager to convey that she knew the traditional lines of command and control in a crisis, even if the events inside the storefront on North Main Street were far short of a world calamity.
She needed something like this to show how she would react in a time of crisis, and that she knew how to react in crisis because she has no experience. She just happened to get it right before the primary season started. Coincidence, I think not.
Along with taking charge while giving the professionals free rein, Clinton offered up a third dimension to her crisis character: humanity. She said she felt “grave concern” when she first heard the news of the hostage-taking.
“It affected me not only because they were my staff members and volunteers, but as a mother, it was just a horrible sense of bewilderment, confusion, outrage, frustration, anger, everything at the same time,” Clinton said.
Okay, spare me the BS now. I can’t take this anymore. She was 500 miles away, she had nothing to do with the situation, other than staging it, she didn’t help in the process, she didn’t do anything but wait until the news started and then strut her stuff out to the camera and tell us how great she handled it.
This whole thing appears contrived to me to help out a struggling candidate who just happens to have one of the greatest political machines behind her. We all know the Clinton’s are as dishonest as they come, I don’t need to list everything they have done here, so how far-fetched is it to think that they set this whole thing up?
Hell, the far left loonies believe that George W Bush was the mastermind of September 11th. They believe that scenario is feasible. Wouldn’t it be a hell of allot easier to plan this hostage crisis to help Hillary’s campaign?
Coincidence, I think not