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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Hillary eyeing another presidential run?

Reporter: 'Raising doubts about legitimacy of election' to keep options open in 2020

(TOWNHALL)
If you thought a devastating loss to Republican Donald Trump four weeks ago and to rival Barack Obama in 2008 was finally going to put former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton out of the political game for good, think again.

According to veteran reporter Ron Fournier, someone who has been closely covering the Clintons for years, Hillary Clinton is keeping her options open for yet another presidential run in 2020.

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Someone please make this stop!!

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, Hillary will be in jail.

Anonymous said...

Felons and ex-felons can't be president, can they?

Anonymous said...

Hillary, don't go away mad, just go away. Please.

Anonymous said...

Maybe by then the Parkinsons disease will have totally taken control, and she be both too old, and too disabled to run for office. The one to be scared of is her daughter Chelsea.

Anonymous said...

She'll be 74 years old and in worse physical and mental shape than she's in now. But I'm sure that she'll be meaner, lots meaner. I wouldn't want to be the one spooning cream of wheat into that mouth.

Anonymous said...

In four years she'll be in custodial care, and the first person in a nursimg home to get the DNC nod.

Anonymous said...

She'll be in prison by then. Her day in political sunlight is over. Finished.

Anonymous said...

This is exactly why she MUST be prosecuted for her crimes. This woman is psychotic and obsessed with becoming president at any cost.

Anonymous said...

She going be in a coffin very quickly and her kid going to fed pen for info of highly top level's is crime need be bar is for safety the U.S.A. people.

Anonymous said...

LOL she can't run for President while incarcerated.....that term should carry her to her grave!

Anonymous said...

She will have lost her freaking mind by then, pretty close now.

Anonymous said...

"Eyeing" another run? Maybe not the best choice of words.

Anonymous said...

Someone please throw a bucket of water on that witch

Anonymous said...

This shows her state of mind / sanity

Anonymous said...


At least she'll have a captive audience in jail while she shrills, and more headcount, too.

Anonymous said...

So sad. Addicted to power and no way to get her fix.

Unknown said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
LOL she can't run for President while incarcerated.....that term should carry her to her grave!

November 30, 2016 at 4:20 PM

Short answer is, yes she, or anyone else can run for president even if a felon or if still in prison. The Constitution imposes three eligibility requirements on the Presidency—based on the officeholder's age, residency, and citizenship—that must be satisfied at the time of taking office. By virtue of the Twelfth Amendment, the qualifications for Vice President are the same. The Framers established these qualifications in order to increase the chances of electing a person of patriotism, judgment, and civic virtue.


Q: Can a convicted felon serve in elected office?
A: The Constitution allows a convicted felon, such as Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, to be a member of Congress, even if in prison. It’s up to the Senate or House to decide who may serve. As for state offices, different laws apply in different places.
FULL ANSWER
Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens was convicted on seven felony counts of corruption in late October. Stevens ran for reelection Nov. 4 against Democrat Mark Begich, and the two are awaiting the official results, as votes are still being counted. Begich’s lead increased to about 1,000 votes on Nov. 15, however.
It is possible for a felon to serve in the U.S. Congress – but the House and Senate can vote to expel any member that colleagues deem unfit or unqualified to serve. And even if Stevens does end up winning the election in Alaska, he faces a probable expulsion vote in the Senate. He says he’ll appeal his conviction, and he has yet to be sentenced.
Update: Begich was declared the winner of the election on Nov. 18.
Federal office qualifications are governed by the Constitution, while state-level office rules vary according to state laws.

Convicted Virginia state legislator wins election while in jail
By Gary Robertson | RICHMOND, VA.
Joseph D. Morrissey, a longtime Virginia legislator who ran his latest campaign while serving a jail sentence for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, on Tuesday won his bid for re-election to the state House of Delegates in a special election.

With all precincts reporting in Virginia's 74th house district, unofficial returns showed Morrissey, a former Democrat turned independent, capturing 42.3 percent of the vote.

The next closest candidate, in the three-person race to represent a district that includes part of the state capital of Richmond and portions of Henrico and Charles City counties, was Democrat Kevin Sullivan with 33.4 percent of the vote. Morrissey did not need to capture more than half the votes to win.

Between 1900 and 1920 Debs was the Socialist party’s standard-bearer in five presidential elections. In 1912, in a four-way race with Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft, he received 6 percent of the vote-his highest total ever. Between campaigns, Debs was a tireless speaker and organizer for the party, and he traveled the nation defending workers in their strikes and industrial disputes. Although many workers enthusiastically applauded Debs’s vision, relatively few endorsed his political program. He conducted his last campaign for president as prisoner 9653 in the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary while serving ten years for his opposition to World War I. He received nearly a million votes. As the American Socialist party fragmented in the aftermath of the Bolshevik Revolution, Debs remained with the party he had led for so many years. Upon his death he was buried in Terre Haute, his home throughout his life.

Anonymous said...

Waterboard her.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for answering that question.

Obama Crooked Bastardo said...

Not in America, but I think there is a opening in Cuba.

Unknown said...

November 30, 2016 at 7:27 PM

you are welcome

Anonymous said...

Not a chance!

Anonymous said...

Hillary is in bad health she will be dead by then. Good riddance.

Anonymous said...

I hope she will be dead then, better yet, dead Today!!!!

Anonymous said...

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