You may have watched on July 12 as Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders swallowed his last few shreds of dignity and endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nominee for president.
But that’s not the strangest part of the story, as reported by the Conservative Tribune and The Hill:
“‘She will be the Democratic nominee for president, and I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States.‘
“While Sanders was trying to convince his supporters to vote for Hillary Clinton, she was standing right behind him trying to convince Sanders’ supporters that, nope, she was still the same dislikable, fake politico America had always thought her to be.
“How so, you may ask? Well, as Sanders was giving his paean to Clinton from the podium, Hillary was standing behind him nodding like a bobblehead android at her own greatness and the tenets of the liberal wing of the Democrat Party.
“Don’t believe me? Check out this montage of the 406 freaking times she managed to nod during Sanders’ speech.”
This less-than-candid moment is another example of why Hillary hasn’t connected that well with the American public. The “real” Hillary only seems to come through when she’s angry. For example, when she blurted out during her Congressional grilling on Benghazi: “What difference, at this point, does it make?”
She could have tried to act like a real human being for a half hour. Then she could go back to her campaign bus and put on the Darth Vader suit again. Instead, she acted so conspicuously awkward that everyone knew how fake she was being. And it was another reminder why we don’t like her.
A big reason why she hasn’t been able to pull away from Donald Trump (even with a compliant mainstream media in the tank for her) is because most Americans know how plastic and insincere she is.
Do you think this insincerity will turn off enough Americans so that she doesn’t win the White House in November?
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