In which case, she’s a witch with a capital “B.”:
In a recent book, former Secret Service agent Ron Kessler writes about the presidents, their families, and how they treated the people who are duty-bound to give their own lives to save theirs. According to the National Review article, most come off more or less well, treating their protective details and other staff with respect. The Reagan and Bush 43 households were especially well-known for that.
And then there is Hillary Clinton.
Read the whole article, but here are a few choice excerpts:
Within the White House, Hillary had a “standing rule that no one spoke to her when she was going from one location to another,” says former FBI agent Coy Copeland. “In fact, anyone who would see her coming would just step into the first available office.”
One former Secret Service agent states, “If Hillary was walking down a hall, you were supposed to hide behind drapes used as partitions.”
Hillary one day ran into a White House electrician who was changing a light bulb in the upstairs family quarters. She screamed at him, because she had demanded that all repairs be performed while the Clintons were outside the Executive Mansion. “She caught the guy on a ladder doing the light bulb,” says Franette McCulloch, who served at that time as assistant White House pastry chef. “He was a basket case.”
White House usher Christopher B. Emery unwisely called back Barbara Bush after she phoned him for computer troubleshooting. Emery helped the former first lady twice. Consequently, Kessler reports, Hillary sacked him. The father of four stayed jobless for a year.
Thanks to Hillary.
Many years ago, in his brilliant The Case for Democracy, Israeli author Natan Sharansky wrote that one could tell how a government and its rulers would behave in the international community by how they treated their own people. It’s a lesson I’ve never forgotten.
And, if true, then how can we expect Hillary Clinton –a self-entitled, arrogant, mean-spirited Leftist who treats her staff like filth stuck to her shoe, including the people sworn to protect her…
How can we expect her as president to treat us any better?
Character counts, and Hillary Clinton’s character is one more reason why she should never be president.