What would a day of insane hate directed at a truthful albeit crude comment by President Trump be without the sorest election loser in the history of American politics chiming in with her two cents.
Pity poor Trump, he has been elected in a society that like the dystopian state in Orwell’s classic “1984” has eliminated the right to say that 2+2=4 and that corrupt, violent, poverty and disease-ridden third-world countries can no longer be referred to as what they are – shitholes – because it offends the delicate sensibilities of snowflakes.
The rest of the planet (excluding the shitholes where they presumably don’t have cable television) has to be staring in alarm and wonderment as liberals and the now completely fascist Democratic party continue to destroy America from within.
And now, the biggest turd in the cesspool has just crawled out of her shithole to resume her bitter attacks against Trump because of her own incompetent campaign costing her election.
The anniversary of the devastating earthquake 8 years ago is a day to remember the tragedy, honor the resilient people of Haiti, & affirm America’s commitment to helping our neighbors. Instead, we‘re subjected to Trump’s ignorant, racist views of anyone who doesn’t look like him.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 12, 2018
The incurable, festering wart on the ass of America cried crocodile tears for the residents of a country that was robbed blind by the Clinton Foundation and blasted Trump as a “racist” with one more wonderful example of why people in this country should be down on their knees every single morning thanking God that this twisted psychotic bitch didn’t bother campaigning in the Rust Belt.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 13, 2018
While the establishment media predictably rallied around Mrs. Clinton, the Washington Examiner was one of the few that pointed out Hillary’s brazen hypocrisy on Haiti.
The following is excerpted from the column “Hillary Clinton is the last person who should be talking about Trump’s remarks on Haiti”:
There’s a lot that can be said against Trump’s tone. There’s even more that can be said against his reported claim that people from poor, predominantly brown countries make for undesirable immigrants.
But let that criticism come from someone other than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Considering the Clinton Foundation’s shady-as-hell conduct in Haiti following the disastrous 2010 earthquake, she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, would do well to spare us the righteous indignation.
“The anniversary of the devastating earthquake 8 years ago is a day to remember the tragedy, honor the resilient people of Haiti, & affirm America’s commitment to helping our neighbors,” Hillary Clinton’s Twitter account said Friday.
It added, “Instead, we‘re subjected to Trump’s ignorant, racist views of anyone who doesn’t look like him.”
This is rich coming from someone whose foundation did little to offer Haitian earthquake victims real, tangible aid, but a whole lot to assist donors with business interests in the country. Let’s check the board:
From the Washington Examiner in 2015:
Nearly five years after a 7.0 magnitude quake killed hundreds of thousands of its citizens, Haiti’s recovery efforts remain muddled and confused, with the whereabouts of the billions of dollars pledged by the international community an apparent mystery to the country’s leaders.
“We don’t know where the money has gone,” Raymond Joseph, former ambassador of Haiti to the U.S., said Friday in an interview on Bloomberg’s “Market Makers.” …
Joseph then recalled an event in 2012 when former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, the U.S. envoy to Haiti, personally attended the launch of an industrial park that promised to create hundreds of thousands of jobs for Haitians desperate for work. That industrial park today has created only a fraction of the jobs promised.
“For example: The former Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, went down to Haiti in October 2012. Her husband was there and he was the U.S. Envoy to Haiti. The president of Haiti was there, all of the dignitaries were there, and they inaugurated the Caracol industrial park,” Joseph said.
“That Caracol industrial park was supposed to bring in 20,000 jobs in five years and 65,000 eventually. Well, Caracol only has one big company there. It’s a Korean textile manufacturer and only 4,000 jobs. So, you know, I take Caracol as the real example of how bad things are,” he added.
From ABC News in 2016:
Bill and Hillary Clinton have hailed the factory churning out Old Navy sweatshirts in an industrial park here as a shining achievement in their efforts to rebuild this island nation after a destructive earthquake in 2010.
But the garment factory has underdelivered on projected jobs. Haitian workers have accused managers of bullying and sexual harassment. And an ABC News investigation has found that after opening its factory in the Haitian industrial park — built with $400 million of global aid — the Korean firm became a Clinton Foundation donor and its owner invested in a startup company owned by Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff. …
The post-quake projects nurtured along with $10 billion in international relief and hefty support from the U.S. government and the Clinton Foundation have, at best, had mixed results, experts told ABC News. Several of those initiatives have benefited Clinton friends and foundation donors as much as Haitians, Johnston said.
That same ABC News article reported at the time that fewer than 1,500 homes had been built in the years after aid was initially pledged to Haiti. Interestingly enough, as housing relief for victims languished, the Clinton Foundation “facilitated” the construction of a “luxury hotel in Port-au-Prince, a Marriott owned by Denis O’Brien, who has given $10 million to $25 million to the Clinton Foundation.”
Because of course.
The New York Times in 2016:
Fewer than half the jobs promised at the industrial park, built after 366 farmers were evicted from their lands, have materialized. Many millions of dollars earmarked for relief efforts have yet to be spent. Mrs. Clinton’s brother Tony Rodham has turned up in business ventures on the island, setting off speculation about insider deals.
It seems that the only Clinton who grasped the magnitude of the foundation’s screw-up in Haiti was Chelsea, whose visit to the country in 2010 had her privately sounding the alarm.
The Clinton Foundation fell far, far short of its promise to the Haitian people. In some reports, the foundation actually did more harm than good. Many Haitians certainly seem to blame the Clintons for the stifled relief efforts.
So Hillary, spare us all your insincere bullshit about the poor victimized colored people in Haiti, you care about as much about them as you do about the white-working class or the African-Americans who you worked so hard to hoodwink into voting for your miserable ass. All that you cared about was using your criminal enterprise to exploit the Haitian victims and to make money off of their suffering.
Like Herpes, Hillary is forever….