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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

5 Books Hillary Hates


There is a cottage industry of books that give us a good idea of what Hillary Clinton is really like. Here are 5 books she does not want you to read.

Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary by Edward Klein

As a long time east-coast writer for established left-wing publications, Klein has access to many of the people who run in the same circles as the Clintons. This book gives the behind-the-scenes anecdotes of how two-faced Hillary Clinton is. She is not the brilliant loving grandmother she would like people to believe. She is a mean-spirited, foul-mouthed, conniving, lying, narcissistic, unaccomplished, petty-minded, ill-tempered, greedy woman (plus a few other adjectives I left out). No wonder she is so unlikeable.

Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich by Peter Schweizer

To the disappointment of Clinton sycophants, the author is not some biased conservative hack. Peter Schweizer is an experienced. dogged investigative journalist who has done the country an important service to expose the questionable activities the Clintons have taken to enrich themselves in the past 14 years.The book has over 50 pages of small print endnotes. The New York Times was unable to dispute Schweizer's claims.

The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents by Ronald Kessler

In this history of the Secret Service, Hillary is shown to be, next to Lyndon Johnson, the worst White House residence - mean, spiteful, secretive, standoffish, bossy, profane, haughty, and vindictive. Those who believe the media packaged version she presents to the media don't know the real Hillary.

The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House by Kate Anderson Brower

Interviews with the employees who work in the residence section of the White House reveal that Hillary Clinton was a foul-mouthed, bossy, self-centered prima dona.

Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate by Gary J. Bryne

Bryne was the uniformed Secret Service officer on guard while Bill Clinton was engaged in his affair with Monica Lewinsky. His testimony was part of the Starr Report. He observed that the Clintons were a phony couple. The only time they would act like a normal married couple was when they were on camera or trying to impress (i.e., deceive) someone. He noticed that they acted like mob bosses, with little regard for others, their office, or the interests of the American people. Disturbingly, Bryne claims that the Clintons did many things much worse than the Lewinsky scandal, but we will never know what these were because the Clintons are protected by vows of secrecy required of Secret Service employees.

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