Total Recall

Total Recall

I have officially renamed my Dell PC “Hillary.”

All day yesterday, while I was trying to work, Hillary the PC kept freezing up. In mid-Photoshop, it would lock up, stop functioning and then go to sleep. Over and over again.

Yesterday was a very frustrating day for me.

I shouldn’t be too hard on it. Hillary the PC is very old.

If I walk into my office and find it wearing a five thousand dollar ugly-ass manicurist’s smock, I’m tossing it out the window.

Any old how.

Like many of you, I’ve been reading the news reports about the pre-holiday Friday document dump from the FBI. And I have to tell you, I don’t know which leaves me more speechless:

That Hillary is a bumbling idiot who once again has fallen back on her old stand-by answer of “I don’t recall.”

Or that James Comey actually let this incompetent, dishonest and duplicitous woman skate.

Hillary Clinton has a long tradition of not remembering stuff.

In fact, Rush Limbaugh had this parody song made years ago:

 
It wouldn’t come as a surprise to me if we learned that Hillary’s Secret Service code name is “I Don’t Recall.”

Or, if her SS agents enjoy a sense of irony: “Total Recall.”

Jim Stinson from LifeZette gave the exhaustive list of all the things Hillary told the FBI that she “could not recall.”

They are:
When she received security clearance

Being briefed on how to handle classified material

How many times she used her authority to designate items classified

Any briefing on how to handle very top-secret “Special Access Program” material

How to select a target for a drone strike

How the data from her mobile devices was destroyed when she switched devices

The number of times her staff was given a secure phone

Why she didn’t get a secure Blackberry

Receiving any emails she thought should not be on the private system

Did not remember giving staff direction to create private email account

Getting guidance from state on email policy

Who had access to her Blackberry account

The process for deleting her emails

Ever getting a message that her storage was almost full

Anyone besides Huma Abedin being offered an account on the private server

Being sent information on state government private emails being hacked

Receiving cable on State Dept personnel securing personal email accounts

Receiving cable on Bryan Pagliano upgrading her server

Using an iPad mini

An Oct. 13, 2012, email on Egypt with Clinton pal Sidney Blumenthal

Jacob Sullivan using personal email

State Department protocol for confirming classified information in media reports

Every briefing she received after suffering concussions

Being notified of a FOIA request on Dec. 11, 2012

Being read out of her clearance

Any further access to her private email account from her State Department tenure after switching to her HRCoffice.com account

I think it would have been easier to list the things she does recall.

Let me simple things up for you.

Either Hillary Clinton is a congenital liar, profoundly incompetent or so physically unwell that her brain doesn’t work right.

Or, all of the above.

It doesn’t matter which she is. No matter how you slice it, she is unfit to serve as President of the United States.

Those butt-kissers at CNN, and the rest of the Hillary apologists, can’t have it both ways.

They can’t on the one hand poo-poo concerns over her health by claiming all this talk about sick Hillary is nothing but “conspiracy theory.”

Then, on the other hand, excuse Hillary for her incompetence over this private email server by saying, “Hey, leave her alone! She had a fall and was injured. You can’t hold her responsible because she’s not well!”

If she was too badly injured to remember some pretty basic things, then she is too badly injured to serve as President.

On the other hand. If she is the picture of health, then she lied to the FBI (a felony), and therefore disqualified herself from ever being President.

See what I’m saying? No matter how you slice it, this entire email scandal disqualifies Hillary Clinton.

Last week we learned that Hillary used the data scrubbing BleachBit to completely obliterate the emails she deleted.

But it’s even worse than we thought. In this holiday weekend document dump, we also learned that this BleachBit system was first employed shortly after the New York Times broke the story about Hillary’s private email.

Golly! What a coinkydink!

[It’s well worth the time to read the entire story from Zero Hedge. Be forewarned. You will want to break something by the time you’re done.]

But don’t worry. James Comey assures us there was no “intent.”

Dear Lord.

If we had an actual Free Press, this email story would have scuttled Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations in March of 2015.

What’s more, if we had “Equal Justice Under the Law,” James Comey would have recommended she be indicted and the Department of Justice would be pursuing charges.

But we have neither.

Not in Obama’s America.

In Obama’s America, a venal, corrupt, sickly woman who claims to have the memory of a sieve is considered — by Obama himself — as the most qualified person to ever run for President of the United States.

It’s enough to make you want to suck a tailpipe.

[Applause! I made it through writing this whole post with my Hillary the PC freezing up!]

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3 thoughts on “Total Recall

  • September 3, 2016 at 3:24 pm
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    Well done keeping your patience through that. Our Dell PC is now useless because of the constant freeze-ups. It’s probably just a MicroSoft feature, though, really. We’ll try to send some tip jar cashola to put toward a PC reset.

    • September 3, 2016 at 3:26 pm
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      That would be swell! Because I made the huge decision to invest in a Mac.

      • September 4, 2016 at 3:38 am
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        Then I suggest you get a $29 copy of Pixelmator for the Mac. Way more intuitive than PS at less than 1/3 the price.

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