Stephen L. Miller read some and tells us those emails portray a Hillary better suited to an Assisted Living facility than the White House.
If I were to approach a person on the street and list off traits like â€œdoesnâ€™t drive,â€ â€œneeds food prepared,â€ â€œneeds help with the remote control,â€ â€œneeds people to bring her beverages,â€ â€œhas trouble remembering things,â€ and â€œdoesnâ€™t pay her own billsâ€ about someone anonymously, he wouldnâ€™t think I was referring to a current presidential front-runner in the year 2015. He would think I was referring to his poor nana, whom he had to place in a home because she wouldnâ€™t stop yelling at the lamp and was at risk of accidentally microwaving her dentures.
But, as we now know courtesy of the ongoing FOIA e-mail dump, all of these traits accurately describe the current Democratic front-runner and (as she is always eager to remind us) doting grandmother, Hillary Clinton. Amidst the e-mail revelations, an alarming pattern is developing about Clintonâ€™s personal dependency on those inside her inner bubble. She isnâ€™t just delegating important tasks to underlings, as any executive might; these arenâ€™t urgent matters of national security, such as aidesâ€™ fetching satellite intelligence or the latest reports relevant to a managing executive. Rather, it appears that Hillary is either helpless or unwilling to perform even the most menial and trivial of daily tasks. In a recently released e-mail from January 3, 2010, she personally messaged an assistant, wishing her a Happy New Year, and then offered a demand list to start the year off:
Iâ€™d like to work w you to prepare a menu for Jason. Also does he give me a monthly bill for the food he buys and prepares for me? Could you or he buy skim milk for me to have for my tea? Also, pls remind me to bring more tea cups from home . . . Can you give me times for two TV shows: Parks and Recreation and The Good Wife?
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