Soon, we shall see the coronation of Queen Hillary. With the recent release of the Democratic National Committee emails by Wikileaks, showing that the DNC favored Clinton over Bernie Sanders, it is easy to see that her rise to the status of nomination is the product of a rigged and corrupt system.
Further advancing the future outcome is the open knowledge that the Republican National Committee is doing its best to deconstruct its GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump. The greater the RNC damage the Trump’s campaign the greater the support for Clinton’s campaign.
Also creating an advancement for Clinton is the use (or perhaps the misuse) of the so-called ‘Third party.’ This comes from a historical perspective that shows that the third party candidate drains votes from one party, thus allowing for another party to gain the needed votes to secure the office.
On February 20, 1992, Ross Perot appeared on CNN’s Larry King Live and announced his intention to run as an independent if his supporters could get his name on the ballot in all fifty states, which they did. In the 1992 election, he received 18.9-percent of the popular vote while Bill Clinton received 43-percent against George H.W. Bush’s 37.5-percent.
Arguably, had Perot not drawn 27-percent of the vote from conservatives and 53-percent coming from moderates, it is suggested that Bush would have been reelected by four to five-percent margin over Clinton. Unfortunately I fall within the 27-percent that tossed a ballot away on a candidate that had not chance at winning.
Since there are no ‘true’ third party challengers to Clinton and at least two against Trump, simple math dictates the projected winner. And if history is any indication – I see the same thing happening again.
Thus we shall be witness to not only Hillary’s ascension to the crown, the shattering of the so-called ‘glass ceiling,’ but also the shredding of Constitutional law as she selects the next supreme Court judges, who’ll rule the bench for the next forty years or more, and continued liberty damaging policies laid out before her predecessors.