Bestselling author: Many decent Americans' naïveté blinds them to Clinton sociopathy
A plurality of American voters – tens of millions – may be about to elect Hillary Clinton, a candidate widely described as the most corrupt person ever to run for the U.S. presidency, preceded by over three decades of wall-to-wall scandals, sleaze, corruption and outright criminality, including an ongoing FBI investigation into the wildly corrupt Clinton Foundation. How is this possible?
That’s the question veteran journalist and WND Managing Editor David Kupelian asked – and answered – late last week while guest-hosting the “The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show.”
Could it be, Kupelian wondered aloud, that Bill and Hillary Clinton are so sociopathic that the average American can’t even comprehend their dark motivations, since they don’t harbor such impulses or feelings within themselves?
“I don’t think people get criminality,” said Kupelian, an award-winning journalist and best-selling author of several books on evil, including “The Marketing of Evil,” “How Evil Works” and, most recently, “The Snapping of the American Mind.”