The race for the presidency is over. Hillary Clinton lost. End of story, or is it?
The significance of Hillary’s loss is far greater than just the losing of an election. Behind the Hillary bid there were major machinations taking place, record amounts of money changing hands, deals being struck, and promises being made.
While there are whisperings of Hillary running again in 2020, that’s not going to happen. Hillary is done.
The groundwork is already being laid for a presidential bid by a new progressive radical in 2020. One can only speculate who that might be, the picture will become clearer once we see who is going to replace the Clintons as the next pay-for-play leader.
At the top of the list? The Obamas. Obama has world-wide personal appeal, he has already shown he is capable of major fund raising, and is extremely likeable, like most con men.
A good choice for fund-raiser-in-chief and he will be easier to manipulate than the Clintons were, a useful tool in the right hands. Ted Kennedy thought so, and he was right.
And right on Que, there is a brand new foundation just opened for business: The Obama Foundation
There will be no come back for Hillary.
What I see next for Hillary is darkly prophetic. She, or someone in her family will die under mysterious circumstances in 2017 or 2018.
Pay for play. Just like ‘living and dying by the sword’ is a truism, so is ‘living and dying by pay for play.’
Here’s an example of how pay to play works:
“The AP’s review of federal records, regulatory filings and correspondence showed that almost all the 82 corporations, trade associations and other groups that paid for or sponsored Clinton’s speeches have actively sought to sway the government”
And those speaking fees amounted to $21 Million in 2 years after her leaving state dept.
In politics there have always been people like the Clintons – deal makers – initiators, which matched up individuals, corporations, or even other countries to political favors, but no one has ever been in the center of so much money for so many potential favors as the Clintons.
The loss to Trump in 2016 is the end for the Clintons as chief clearing house enablers, the money invested in the Clintons, serious money, is gone.
Every political backer (or investor) knows there is a risk of backing a losing political candidate, that’s just part of it. But with the Clintons it went far beyond the typical investing in a candidate and hoping for a positive outcome.
Major money was invested, major promises made, all bet on a supposed sure thing.
Let’s take a brief look at the kind of money we are talking about.
Remember the “we were flat broke when we left the White House” Hillary quote?
She went from broke to having a net worth of $30 million in 2015.
In 2015 is was discovered there was something fishy going on with the Clintons and their finances. Something different, money was unaccounted for. Between their income and after spending $13 mil on a 2008 run there is some $50 mil unaccounted for.
Maybe someone wanted their money back after the 2008 loss?
This is just some of the money we know about. Add in The Clinton Foundation’s $2 billion in revenue since it formed in 1998, and you begin to see the enormous amounts of money we are talking about.
But even after the 2008 loss, Bill was still very popular and Hillary could still be of some use. The Clintons could and would prove their worth during her stint as Secretary of State.
She wasn’t given that slot because of Obama, she was put there by her investors.
With that having gone well, it was time to move on to bigger and better returns on investment.
So the investment stakes were raised and the Clintons would be given one more chance to come through – the 2016 Presidential run. But it was not to be.
The money, paid to, donated to, or handed to, the Clinton’s was an “investment,” and these investors lost serious money on the Clinton bid for the presidency.
The money invested in the Clintons was not just American money, it was from foreign countries and foreign governments.
Hillary Clinton and her supporters spent a record $1.2 billion on a losing presidential campaign.
Now that Hillary has lost, she has nothing left to offer.
Millions upon millions invested, and lost. Don’t expect her backers, her investors, to just say oh well. It is reported George Soros lost $1 billion because of Hillary’s loss.
Don’t expect the Clintons to go quietly into that good night either, knowing their wealth is at risk, and that wealth could go just as quickly as it came. The Clintons will resist, and things could get ugly.
While many Americans would love to see the Clinton clan in prison, I’m afraid prison won’t be enough for these Hillary investors.
The behind the scenes puppet masters don’t like ugly, they like quiet, so attempts will be made to muzzle the Clinton push-back. If that fails, then drastic measures will be taken.
A tragic accident or an untimely demise of Hillary of a member of her family is coming.
Oddly every time the Clintons wound up in a potentially serious legal investigation, people wound up dead. No Whitehouse occupant has ever come close to the associate body count the Clintons racked up.
Here are a few of those mysterious deaths:
Who was behind these mysterious deaths? The Clintons? Or their backers?
It happens, and will happen.
My prediction: Someone in the Clinton family will meet an untimely end sometime in 2017 or 2018. The more noise they make the sooner the end will come.