“Hillary Clinton: Mommie Dearest for President”, wrote The Hillary Project in 2007. Now Hillary Clinton is back, secretly furious about “No wire hangers.” But what about the election fraud in the Democrat Party primary elections? And what about the suspicious e-mails and the Clinton Foundation? Next will come a new image: Ms. Clinton ditches the pantsuits and begins wearing granny gowns.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Hillary Dearest”, published to YouTube on July 9, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 10 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
Back in 2007, one Norman Liebmann wrote a satirical piece, “Hillary Clinton: Mommie Dearest for President”. Liebmann hinted that Ms. Clinton is akin to the Faye Dunaway character in the 1981 movie, Mommie Dearest. “Hillary is a study in over-manicured bitchiness,” wrote Liebmann. “This is a feminist with a chrome soul. It is said she can pry open a can of sardines with her clitoris. The temperature of Hillary Clinton’s heart is approximate to the average toilet seat in the Yukon.” 
Not sure how much I agree with Liebmann, but I acknowledge him as the source for the concept, “Hillary Dearest.”
Hillary Dearest has been connected to allegations of massive vote fraud in the Democrat Party primary elections of 2016.  This is “the elephant in the living room” which no one is talking about. A recent study out of Stanford University detected discrepancies between exit polls in States without paper ballots and actual results.  Now another study out of Stanford University has detected discrepancies between opinion polls conducted before the primary elections in States without paper ballots and actual results.  Without paper ballots leaving a trail, it would be easier to deliberately miscount votes and get away with it. So it is highly suggestive that the discrepancies were only found in those States where no paper trail had been left behind.
Furthermore, it is reported that two of the three companies which manufacture the voting machines used in the recent Democrat Party primary elections were huge financial contributors to the Clinton Foundation.  We know that the law limits the amount of money an individual or corporation can give as “campaign contributions.” However there is no limit to how much money can be donated to the Clinton Foundation. It seems obvious that the Clinton Foundation may have been used as a means of laundering campaign contributions.
From the Clinton Foundation, the road leads to the private server and the e-mails of Hillary Dearest. Some connection has been found between deleted Hillary e-mails and business having to do with the Clinton Foundation. 
However, although he was highly critical of Ms. Clinton and the strange case of the e-mails, FBI Director James Comey in the end did not recommend indictments. Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer theorizes that Comey “blinked.” Suppose Comey had recommended indictments, theorizes Krauthammer. That would have derailed Ms. Clinton’s candidacy. And suppose that after that, she was found to be not guilty? Comey would have gone down in history as having overly meddled and having caused someone else to be President. And Comey was afraid of that happening, according to Krauthammer. 
——- Sources ——-
 “Hillary Clinton: Mommie Dearest for President”, by Norman Liebmann. Free Republic, September 30, 2007. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1904590/posts
 “Vote Fraud Study”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, June 20, 2016. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2016/06/20/vote-fraud-study/
 “Stanford University Confirms Democratic Election Fraud”, Election Fraud Watch 2016, June 17, 2016. https://electionfraud2016.wordpress.com/2016/06/17/stanford-university-confirms-democratic-election-fraud/
 “ ANOTHER Stanford Study Shows Election Fraud, CNN Is Helping Terrorists, Big Coal Collapse”, by Redacted Tonight. YouTube, July 8, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4D2wybua6k
 “The Strange Gaps in Hillary Clinton’s Email Traffic”, by Peter Schweizer. Politico Magazine, July 6, 2016. http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/07/hillary-clinton-missing-emails-secretary-state-department-personal-server-investigation-fbi-214016
 “Theory on no prosecution”, by Charles Krauthammer. Published locally in The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, July 8, 2016.