The New York Post has an exclusive excerpt from the new bestseller, “Shattered,” the inside story of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and its disastrous disorganization that was carefully hidden by the sycophantic media. This book makes it abundantly clear that for all the balloon juice we heard about Hillary’s superlative qualifications for President, she not only couldn’t even manage her own campaign, but she blew it in the same way she did in 2008, exhibiting the same weaknesses and repeating the same mistakes, only bigger. In this excerpt, her aides get an early whiff of impending doom when simply writing a speech to announce her candidacy becomes an impossible mission because she can’t articulate why she’s running other than “It’s my turn.”
Incidentally, this not only gives us a peek behind the curtain at Hillary’s campaign, but also a glimpse into the mindset of modern Democratic Party leaders. Whenever they lose an election, it’s never because the voters rejected their policies. Instead, it’s always because they just didn’t do a good enough job of communicating their policies, and so the poor, dumb voters voted against their own interests by rejecting them. They never seem to entertain the possibility that voters were perfectly aware of their policies and knew only how well they “work” after eight years of Obama, and they were fed up to their molars with them and wanted a change. Americans didn’t respond to “Make America Great Again” because it was snappy or well focus-grouped, but because that’s what they wanted to vote for: someone who believes in the greatness of the American experiment and wants to stop hindering it, not the kind of person who goes around apologizing for America and arguing that America was never great.
Besides, if you can spend over a billion dollars on ads and campaign speeches, plus untold free PR from a lapdog news media that praises you while vilifying your opponent, not to mention the near-unanimous support of the communications professionals in New York and Hollywood, yet still “fail to communicate your positions clearly” and lose, then maybe you really shouldn’t be in charge of running anything.
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