Don’t think it’s going to change much at this point

The now-66-year-old says that Clinton personally paid $200 for her to get an abortion that same year, which was also when she says she learned that Hillary Clinton was aware of the alleged affair. The relationship continued for another 11, years, Flowers says.

26 thoughts on “Don’t think it’s going to change much at this point”

  1. Nope. All the Clinton’s wrongdoing has already been priced in to the market.

    It would take a completely new situation to arise with some stone cold evidence to switch Hillary voters now.

  2. Those who want a vile CM bitch knowing what she and her creature of a husband have done and will do if they get the chance are scum anyway. She has a hard core of left-pukes who will vote regardless.

    But all her bullshit ploys to smear Trump aren’t working –and that is the bit that matters. She has nothing but vapid bullshit left and it isn’t going cut it.

  3. > It would take a completely new situation to arise with some stone cold evidence to switch Hillary voters now

    Wow. I’m impressed that you think there’s *anything* that’ll switch Hilary voters. I have the impression that it doesn’t matter much what either candidate is up to or has done.

    Even if it was discovered that she was being remote controlled by aliens there would be some who refused to believe it, no matter what the evidence. Others would think that it wasn’t such a bad thing because the aliens were, clearly, democrat.

    Same for Trump.

    Anyone watched ‘Braindead’?

  4. Steve i agree, I said add much in a thread the other day. This was the shorthand version. She’s got away with so much over the years that to think she wouldn’t get away with the next big scandal is just wishful thinking.

  5. Anyone watched ‘Braindead’?

    The Peter Jackson zombie film featuring a flymo? I’m struggling to see the relevance, except maybe as an alternative solution to politicians rather than lamp posts and hemp rope.

  6. What are the allegedly hard nosed ‘satirists’, who’ve spent weeks telling us that Hillary’s sins are trivial and Trump’s significant, going to do when she gets in?

    I mean, I know that they’ll do what they’ve done for Obama – whine about obstructionism and pretend the President of the United States is a helpless victim. But it’s going to look even worse doing that with someone like Clinton.

    Samantha Bee should be praying for a Trump victory.

  7. I mean, I know that they’ll do what they’ve done for Obama – whine about obstructionism and pretend the President of the United States is a helpless victim. But it’s going to look even worse doing that with someone like Clinton.

    You assume these people have a sense of shame. They don’t.

    What I do think will happen is parts of the country will become ungovernable. Obama’s portrayed all police as racist. Who is Hillary going to turn to to impose law and order when the BLM racket starts torching cities again? And who is going to man the national guard? And who is going to fight her foreign wars. People her and the rest of the establishment utterly despise.

  8. If it turned out that Hellary had eaten the aborted baby, even that wouldn’t make much difference. Presumably the people who intend to vote for her actively like evil.

    Me, I’d hold my nose and vote for the coorse bugger.

  9. So Much For Subtlety

    Hillary’s voters may have made up their mind. But so have Trump’s. I doubt that the polls have moved all that much despite the massive mud throwing. The polls keep showing changes, but they soon revert to the long standing split. It is more likely to be a question of methodology.

    It will be sad if Trump wins. But it will be worse if the Alien b!tch from Hell does.

  10. Shades of Mark Steyn’s summary of the Chirac camp’s appeal to French voters in (I think, can’t be bothered to check) 2002 in the second round against Me Pen: vote for the crook not the fascist.

  11. Bloke in North Dorset

    “Me, I’d hold my nose and vote for the coorse bugger.”

    I’d hold my nose and vote for the crook, and then vote R in every other election hoping for a R Senate and Congress majority that brings the whole thing grinding to a halt.

  12. BNID–Just like they have halted Obamas bullshit. Or his plans for a cyber-attack on Russia ( a potential act of war) without needing Congress because he rules by issue of edicts as “executive orders”. Which the Repork party has done fuck-all to stop. In 8 years.

    You were –if memory serves–on the wrong side in Brexit and you are on the wrong side in this.

    At least you make up in consistency what you lose thro’ lack of wisdom.

  13. So Much For Subtlety

    Edward Lud – “vote for the crook not the fascist.”

    First used as a campaign slogan in Louisiana when David Duke ran against Edwin Edwards. Also used by the Simpsons when Sideshow Bob ran for mayor.

    But in France that did not work out well. They should have voted for the Fascist.

  14. So Much For Subtlety

    Bloke in North Dorset – “I’d hold my nose and vote for the crook, and then vote R in every other election hoping for a R Senate and Congress majority that brings the whole thing grinding to a halt.”

    If you want things to grind to a halt, voting for Trump is likely to work best. I would love to sit in on his first meeting with Paul Ryan.

  15. vote R in every other election hoping for a R Senate and Congress majority that brings the whole thing grinding to a halt.

    I don’t know if you know any American Republicans to speak to, but they are utterly livid that the Republicans they have elected to congress and the senate have basically just gone along with the Democrat agenda. The Republicans have held both houses for Obama’s second term and done absolutely nothing to thwart his policies through fear of being called racist. Conservative Americans are absolutely livid about this.

    On the same subject, there is a good post here about how there are only 1.3 political parties in the US due to 2/3 of Republicans actually being Democrats.

  16. If the alledged video or audio of Hillary slagging of black people is real, that’s then a game changer. Otherwise, it’s just more “meh”.

  17. A woman at the gym yesterday evening brought up Trump vs. the Hildebeest.

    I told her the reason to vote for Trump was Supreme Court nominations, that Trump had already published his list of potential jurors, and they are good people.

    She countered with, “I don’t like what Trump says about women.”

    That’s why we should have never given women the vote, that how she feels is more important than the nation.

  18. My only prediction is that more people will vote for Trump than will say so.
    Their motive will seldom be a liking for Trump but mostly a hatred for Hilary.
    Whether that will be enough to make him win is another question.

  19. vote for the crook not the fascist.

    So you’re saying they should be voting for Trump.

    (Hillary’s going to win New York by 20 points regardless, so I’m voting my conscience and casting a vote for Gary Johnson who, while not perfect, is vastly better than anyone else on the ballot.)

  20. I’m astounded by how bulletproof the Clinton’s are. Here’s an interview with Christopher Hitchens where he has published prima facie evidence of Clinton committing a war crime… and his incredulity that no one else gives a shit.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVL1Ifyjys0

    Christopher Hitchens died 5 years ago. Its a measure of just how fucked the US (and the world) is that Clinton is now on the brink of the presidency.

  21. It doesn’t matter anymore. That somewhere near half of Americans will happily vote in a career criminal means that civil politics is all but dead. There will be a pretence of justice and law but those things will no longer apply equally to all men. Then people will be killed in the streets, because justice will find a way if the law is on the side of evil.

  22. I know the braindead you mean, like most good satires it had a kernel of truth. Very well done show that didn’t take it self seriously but said more about US politics than most serious dramas. I think the delaying tactic of arguing over how to name the kiosk in the lobby was one of my favourite points about the absurdity of politicians

  23. I don’t think we are there yet, Mr Black, but getting too damn close. Even the FBI has been corrupted. Visibly, where everyone can see it.

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