From Las Vegas Review Journal:
Have you heard the latest nursery rhyme? It goes like this: Hillary and Obama went up the hill. They both came down in handcuffs.
Don’t laugh. It’s not a joke.
The noose tightened last week upon the entire FBI leadership over the scandal to destroy candidate Donald Trump and then President Donald Trump. But it’s no longer just the FBI leadership facing prison time for conspiracy and obstruction of justice. It’s no longer just Hillary and her pals at the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton Foundation facing prison time.
The real question now: What did Barack Obama know, and when did he know it
According to retired newspaperman and widely read blogger Don Surber, the “increasingly violent resistance” to the Trump presidency, we see today, began with “Barack Obama’s refusal to lead his party to a peaceful transition of power a year ago.”
It probably motivated Sally Yates to refuse “a legal order as acting attorney general, an “act of insubordination” that should have disqualified her as a lawyer, had there still been “a rule of law in this country.”
And now “Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison, the No. 2 man in the DNC, has embraced the Antifa fascists,” making “the Antifa black shirts the brownshirts of his party.”
Since electing Barack Obama president, Democrats have seen their party decimated nationally and at the state level.
Those remaining are bitter radicals. Ellison’s embrace of violence is alarming. Americans rejected Obama’s Marxism. Let’s hope [they reject] Ellison’s Muslim Marxism — especially as he has no problem promoting an increasingly violent movement.
The latest Gallup poll:
Americans once again are most likely to name Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as the man and woman living anywhere in the world they admire most, as they have for the past 10 years. The pair retain their titles this year, although by much narrower margins than in the past. Obama edges out Donald Trump, 17% to 14%, while Clinton edges out Michelle Obama, 9% to 7%.
And yet, a Gallup poll conducted a week ago casts a different light on Hillary’s popularity rating.
Gallup: Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating hits new low:
More than a year after the 2016 presidential election, former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating has dropped to a new low, according to a Gallup poll released Tuesday.
Maybe we should take poll results with the proverbial pinch of salt.