Some pundits and others are saying that Hillary Clinton might stage a late run for president again in 2020. Yes, we get it. We can feel your atomic eye-rolls. But it might not be a bad thing, and there is a chance it could happen.
To understand today’s political scene, it’s important to bear in mind the fact that President Donald Trump does not readily advertise his next big moves. Okay, maybe you’re thinking that he has a big mouth on Twitter. Certainly, he does, but the things he says on Twitter are mostly superficial bickering designed to keep the Left reactive.
But behind the scenes, Trump has had the federal government rounding up human trafficking rings like literal gangbusters. In fact, Trump’s administration has overseen more human trafficking arrests (think child prostitution, organ harvesting, slavery, and even ritual murder) than any other administration in history.
Trump bragged about his historically low unemployment numbers for black Americans, and rightfully so. But he never bragged about his record on busting human trafficking. Why? Because he doesn’t want to alert the perpetrators.
Alright, back to Hillary. There is more legal pressure on Hillary Clinton right now than ever before — pressure to hold her accountable for losing classified documents is just part of it.
Consider, if you will, the fact that Hillary has known, personally, over 40 people who have committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. Now, we ask you, what are the chances that someone like that — a heavy political hitter — can have 40 close associates commit suicide officially and not be involved in criminal activity?
It could be that if Hillary were to run this year, or even to be closely involved in the campaign of the Democrat front-runner, she could inadvertently expose herself to greater legal scrutiny.
Now, here’s what people are saying.
A new poll shows that Hillary may have a lead on Trump in Arizona. Bloomberg has said that they think she looks like she could be a real contender. The OH Predictive Insights group found that Clinton has a 46% approval rating in Arizona and Trump has 42%.
A partner at OH Predictive Insights, Wes Gullett, told a local business journal, “It’s shocking to think a Democrat could carry Arizona if the election were today. Arizona should be a reliable red state.”
If you’re worried that Clinton might have a real shot at the White House, don’t. Chances are that all the buzz on CNN and The Hill about Clinton’s chances is artificial, just as the polls in 2016 were largely fake. Democrats count on their friends in the media doing their usual Jedi mind tricks on the public to squash the hope of their opponents. What they don’t realize is that they also inadvertently lower the sense of urgency of Democrat voters.
However, if Clinton gets her hopes up, and inserts herself in the process – chances are much better that Trump will be able to unearth damning evidence that could finally bring her to justice.
At a time when Americans have less faith than ever in the Justice System, bringing to heel those who believe they are above the law is more important than ever.