Democrats, A Culture Of Crass Rather Than Class

 

Hillary & SaundersWashington DC (Storch Report) — A recently released book entitled ‘Crisis of Character’ by Gary Byrne a secret service agent serving in the White House during Presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, described the two respective administrations as the difference between a culture of class and crass.

There are times a secret service agent can’t talk and there are times they can disclose what they have seen and this is Byrne’s time, which is causing the Hillary campaign some consternation, especially while she is having a difficult time with her primary Democratic opponent, Bernie Saunders, and is under investigation by the FBI, with a possible indictment hanging over her head for security rules dealing with her emails and a private server in her home. 

Rahm Emanuel, a former adviser to President Obama while Hillary Clinton was serving as Secretary of State to the Obama administration and now mayor of the Killing Fields of Chicago, once said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”  Both Hillary and Bernie understand this liberal/socialist slogan of advise having served in the congress.

And so this weekend, following the death of Mohammad Ali, took advantage of his demise and attacked Donald Trump the presumptive Republican candidate for president by attacking comments Trump made relating to the wall, immigration, the American dream and Muslims.  Ali was a converted Muslim.

The two Democrats were following the Emanuel rule, which more accurately came from the Marxist community organizer Saul Alinsky, who wrote Rules for Radicals.  Both Obama and Clinton are disciples.

Both Clinton and Saunders comments were despicable, and at best inappropriate.

Nevertheless, they both followed the radical rule book.

They showed crass rather than class and played right into the observations of Byrne and his time in the White House observing the Clinton’s

Then again is there any class in the United States anymore — it seems pretty crass to me. 

 

 

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