In Vanity Fair, they’ve taken it on themselves to strategize for Hillary’s needed comeback over Bernie-crowd sourced-Sanders. Finding it a difficult mission, they describe the remaining strategy to eek out a victory out of Bernie’s stampede.
Let’s take a closer look at kneecapping, a solid standby. In 2008, the Clinton campaign fanned outrage over Obama’s church pastor, hammered Obama on ties to former terrorist Bill Ayers, and even circulated a picture of Obama being dressed as a Somali elder during a trip to Kenya. But these things soured many Democrats on Clinton. This cycle, her campaign has been more restrained, using proxies to remind people that Sanders is a socialist, allege that Bernie would take away our healthcare (leave it to Chelsea to make Hillary look like a political natural), and suggest his “America” ad is racist because of excessive whiteness. But even these low-key attacks have been busts. They’re bound to be. When you’re caught up in a beautiful dream, you don’t want to be woken up and told it’s nonsense, least of all by Hillary Clinton.
So they seem to realize what a challenge that is for the credibility-challenged candidate. One facing possible charges and indictment. According to Hillary, as she explained to a town hall question, I just keep going forward and they[all the attackers] just fall by the wayside. Let’s see if the DoJ falls by the wayside?
The piece claims she wins by not panicking. Well, when was panicking a problem for Hildebeast?
Meanwhile, she’s good to go and has all the experience for the job, so she and Bill say. Well, if she can defeat a DoJ investigation, I guess she’s ready. But Bernie has the big-Mo and Hillary has the big-glow.
Now Bernie’s campaign wants Hillary’s transcripts for her Wall Street speeches. Hillary’s manager, John Podesta, said he wants to see all Bernie’s emails. Well, team Hill wants his emails? (lol) On with the show. They just keep dropping by the wayside, she says.