In a stunningly bizarre pre-recorded video address to the Laborers International Union of North America, Hillary Clinton shows a surprising side as she asks the rhetorical question, “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?”
The 58 second video shows an almost “manic” Clinton making a plea to the Labor Union that she will fight Trump’s “so-called right to work” policy. This policy would allow workers to opt-out of union membership within their industries, offering them the choice to work without having to follow union orders or strikes.
Hillary states that the, “Right to work is wrong for workers and wrong for America.”
The surprising aspects of this video aren’t so much the words that Hillary Clinton is using, but her mannerism, tone, shouting and facial expressions that we have rarely seen from her in the past.
It’s likely that Clinton, receiving advice from her staff to appear more energetic and alive, after her recent collapse and subsequent health issues at the 9/11 memorial ceremony, have told her to raise her voice or show some passion. Unfortunately for someone as robotic and practiced as Hillary Clinton, the result makes her seem more angry or frantic than passionate.
The video has been summed up by some viewers as, “Angry elderly woman yells at camera”, which even Democrats have to admit isn’t too far off from what you’re watching. If Clinton wasn’t a known politician and you just saw her for the first time in this video, it’s likely you could get the impression that she’s a raving lunatic, not a presidential candidate.
Another description that seems to fit well during her outbreak is, “Angry mother-in-law nagging in angry tone.” Or, “Confused woman badgers America.”
The last thing American workers need is angry elite politician lecturing, pointing fingers and telling everyone what’s best for them.
Perhaps Hillary Clinton was trying to emulates Trump’s enteric and electric presentations that draw tens of thousands of voters to his rallies, but it just doesn’t work for someone like her. She has only ever seemed comfortable reading a fine tuned script from a tele-prompter in front of wealthy donors, Wall Street bankers or fellow elite politicians.
Clinton trying to make a “plea” to the working class just comes off as fake, awkward and even comical.
Democrats say that Trump would be an authoritarian leader and try to compare him to Hitler, but if this still frame from Hillary’s speech doesn’t scream Orwell’s 1984 or look like a classic totalitarian ruler, than I don’t know what does.
To answer Hillary’s question, “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead”, Donald Trump responds with 3 words:
“Because she’s terrible.”
“I mean, she’s had a terrible record. Everything she touches is bad. You look at what’s going on with Libya and you look at the surge and you look at all of her decisions and you look at the Iran deal, which is one of the dumbest deals I’ve ever seen, which she started, and she totally backs, by the way, I mean, in its completed form, she totally backs. You look at everything she touched, I mean, it’s just a mess. And she’s spending a lot of money and so far it’s not had much of an impact because I guess I’m winning in most of these states and we’ll see what happens in the end, but she is [terrible].”
New nickname for Clinton pending? Terrible Hillary.
At least now we have verifiable proof as to exactly what Hillary Clinton’s expressions look like when attempting to portray human emotions.