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Sunday, June 05, 2016

Gary J. Byrne, Secret Service Agent: Book about Bill and Hillary Clinton Called "Crisis of Character"

by Douglas V. Gibbs

When I was broadcasting on BlogTalkRadio, in February of 2008, I had Kathleen Willey on my radio program.  She told me during the interview that dealing with the Clintons was worse than being attacked by the mafia.  It was then that I began calling them the Clinton Crime Family.  According to Willey, who was groped by Bill Clinton in the Oval Office during his presidency, the Clintons had thugs steal the manuscript for her book, Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton, from her home.  Fortunately, she knew how diabolical the Clinton couple could be, so she had two other copies hidden at two other locations.

After getting to know Ms. Willey through the process of having her on my program, I learned from her how dangerous the Clinton Crime Family could truly be.  The politics of Hillary Clinton, however, already had me nervous.  I had already read Hillary's book, "It Takes A Village," and her dream of collectivism was apparent to me in its pages.  Interestingly, in the book Mrs. Clinton never specifically said "It takes the government to raise your kids, individualism can't be trusted," but the overall theme was typical leftist collectivism.  Instead of saying "You didn't build that," like Obama said about individual business owners, in the book Hillary says "You didn't raise them," meaning that it's the village of those in the child's environment that raises your kids.

The Case Against Hillary Clinton by Peggy Noonan also reveals a lot about the Bill's wife, who could be described as nothing less than a communist.  That book reaches back even further than the previously mentioned titles.  Noonan's book was released in 2000.

Yet, with all of this material out there, along with the FBI investigating her over her emails and Benghazi, there are still droves of mindless leftist robots out there willing to vote for the evil Hillary Clinton.

Perhaps those writers weren't trustworthy enough to the average uninformed leftist reader.

So, according to Drudge Report, a new installment in the series of books revealing Hillary and Bill for who they are is on its way.  This time, however, the author is a secret service agent that worked for the Clintons while Bill was in the White House.

The author is Gary J. Byrne, and he is willing to tell all in his book, "Crisis of Character," according to Drudge. According to Byrne, what he saw "sickend" him.

Interestingly enough, the news of this upcoming book appears at about the same time Michelle Obama is telling the students at City College of New York, "I wake up each day in house built by slaves."

Remember, she's the one that wasn't proud of the U.S. until her husband, Barack Obama, was elected president in 2008.

Michelle also quipped in her speech, the "Founding Fathers never could have imagined this day," forgetting that first of all, during the early years of the United States many free blacks also lived in the country, and fought with General Washington in the Revolution.  The Founders imagined this day, believing slavery in the United States would be abolished during their lifetime peacefully by each State, individually.

Here's a quick transcript of the video bites with commentary in parenthesis:

"It's the story I witness every day when I wake up in a house built by slaves (the workforce was varied, with some slaves involved, but slave labor was not the majority, nor the sole, workforce -  And I watch my daughters, two beautiful black young women, head off to school, waving to their father, the President of the United States, the son of a man from Kenya (Junior's birthplace still not confirmed), who came here to America for the same reasons as many of you (to foment communism and anti-colonialism?), an education and to improve his prospects in life (mmmm, could be...not!).  So, graduates, while I think it's fair to say that our Founding Fathers never could have imagined this day (followed by her laugh, and a laugh from the crowd. . . now, let's think about this.  "All men are Created equal" meant "All" and the Founding Fathers truly believed slavery would end within their lifetime and that statement in the Declaration of Independence would become very true.  Thomas Jefferson was an abolitionist, in fact.  He inherited his slaves and could not afford to release them based on the laws of Virginia at the time.  He treated them as if they were family.  There is one story about how Jefferson, upon his return from France, was greeted at the bottom of the hill from his house, and the slaves were so happy to see him they hoisted him up on their shoulders and carried him to the house.  As for the rumor about him fathering his slave girl's baby, DNA testing has shown that to be false, and the likely father of Sally's baby was Thomas' brother, Randolph).  All of you are very much the fruit of their vision.  Their legacy is very much your legacy, and your inheritance.  And don't let anyone tell you differently (veiled reference to them crazy rightwing racists?)  You are the living, breathing proof that the American Dream (her version and my version, I believe, differs greatly - mine is an earned dream, hers is a government granted one) endures in our time.  It's you."

"We don't let our differences tear us apart, not here (she desires a homogeneous society where everyone are carbon copies of each other), because we know that our greatness comes when we appreciate each other's strengths (true enough).  When we learn from each other, when we lean on each other (true, but not necessarily in the manner she means), because in this country it's never been each person for themselves (anti-individualism), no, we're all in this together (call for collectivism - community if fine, but not when the community is placed above individualism.  Want to see collectivism in action?  How about Detroit, or Venezuela?)  We always have been (No, not "always" - collectivism is an invader that, though some pushed for it in the beginning, was a minor irritant.  The individualism and sovereignty of the individual citizen and of the States were paramount from the beginning.  The level of collectivism we see being pushed now is a recent arrival, a result of over a century of progressive preparation, and pecking at our American System).  Here in America, we don't give in to our fears.  We don't build up walls to keep people out (veiled stabs at Trump?  When it comes to Islam if we don't admit our fears, our fears will kill us.  If we don't secure the border, those same members of an enemy who wants to destroy us will kill us.  If walls don't work, why do they have a barrier around the White House?), because we know our greatness has always depended on contributions from people who were born elsewhere (not "always," and when it does, not when those people are willing to break the law, refuse to assimilate, and want to destroy the American System or commit jihad against our country), but sought out this country and made it their home (once again, these would be legal immigrants willing to assimilate, go through our immigration process to ensure they are disease free and have skills that can benefit our land while also being free of any criminal record).

In the long run we must ask, which system is more prosperous? One based on individual achievement in a free market, or one that allows the government to control the means of production while placing the community above the individual?

Free market individualism: United States, Israel, Great Britain under the Saxon System, South Africa under the Saxon System, India under the Saxon System, Australia, New Zealand.

Socialist Collectivism: Soviet Union, North Korea, Communist China, Venezuela, Cuba, Greece, Britain since the fall of the empire, France, Vietnam, Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy.

Just to use a few examples.  Notice a difference between the two groups?

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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