Clinton Did Not Win The Debates Fair And Square
The USA presidential election is facing its final days, where the possible outcomes make anyone more nervous than anything before. These next couple of weeks will determine whether one of the most influential countries in the world, is to change for the better or for the worse.
Naturally, whoever wins will be in favour of the public vote. But would the winning vote actually be a matter of public opinion? Or would the winning vote be a matter of fear?
The recent presidential debates made a large impact on the population’s opinions. Whereas many sources such as the Alabama Local News, and CNBC insist that Trump won the first debate, some other sources are certain that Hilary not only won the first but also the second debate.
There is strong reasoning, however, to why the recent presidential debates may have been rigged.
This tweet written by Trump on the 27th September 2016, mentions how he believes that the first debate may have been rigged. This tweet poses the lack of questions given to Clinton, which if asked, may have been detrimental to her campaign.
But there are also many other unasked questions to Clinton which were not only listed by Trump but also his supporters:
- The 5 aides given immunity by the FBI, or her reckless secret server.
- The multiple false statements about how her “extremely careless” actions endangered our national security.
- Her “basket of deplorables” insult toward millions of Americans.
- Clinton foundation pay to play accusations.
- Her failures and lies on the attacks in Benghazi.
- Her support for Obamacare.
- Her deep support from and ties to Wall Street.
- Veterans affairs scandal she arrogantly called “not widespread”.
- Her comments about wanting to put the coal industry out of work.
- Her deception and lack of transparency on her health.
Obviously, there are many more unanswered questions one can mention. However, were these not the questions that have dwelled on the minds of unsure voters for a while? The public has a right to know, as well as the right to make an informed decision about who they would like to vote for.
It seems, however, that the interviewer of the first debate (Lester Holt) was avoiding such important questions. But why? Is this all a bribery scam- how could he not have known about these points?
Now, steering away from Clinton’s unasked questions and moving on to the second debate. Clinton’s advocated sex attacks made by her husband were thankfully brought into light by Trump himself. This was during the part where Trump was asked to elaborate on the recently released tape from 2005. There, he was caught speaking about kissing women “without consent”, and grabbing their genitals.
During the questioning, he replied:
“Yes, I’m very embarrassed by it. I hate it. But it’s locker room talk, and it’s one of those things.”
He then, later on, denied committing the actions that he bragged about within the video. He then again reassured the audience that it was just “locker room talk”, and repeated that he is not proud of it. Not to mention, Trump also apologised to his family and Americans for the tape.
Later on in the debates, Trump tactically turned the tables, shedding light onto the mass danger the self-proclaimed feminist Clinton has put numerous young girls and women into. In addition to this, he talked about Bill Clinton’s abusive actions against many women too- some of which were in the audience that night.
“Mine are words, and his was action. His was what he’s done to women. There’s never been anybody in the history politics in this nation that’s been so abusive to women.”
He then, later on, explained to what extent Hillary’s abuse had ranged. Was it verbal, like Trump’s mindless locker room talk? No.
Hillary Clinton’s abused and scarred women for life.
When Hillary Clinton was just beginning her career as an attorney in Fayetteville, Arkansas, she received a request to represent a 41-year-old man (Thomas Alfred Taylor), who had been accused of raping a 12-year-old girl.
Obviously, Hillary caring more about her personal earnings than the life of a poor 12-year-old girl, she accepted the case to defend a paedophile rapist in court.
Not only did Clinton abuse the rights of a young and vulnerable girl, but she also used multiple, sick, and devious tactics to do so. In addition to this, Clinton even went so far as to slander the victim of the case. This was in an effort to get Taylor a lesser charge than the 30 years he was already facing. The worst part about this is, she knew the whole time that Taylor was guilty. She even laughed about the case, in an interview that was recently carried out.
How can we accept a woman such as this for president- labelling her a saviour for women’s rights? How exactly can we then vilely interrogate a man over a couple of words he said 11 years ago? There has to be some sort of a joke going around, surely. Who in the right mind defends actions over words?
Words continue to amaze me, but actions will always cut deeper. Stay strong America, and stay informed.