The more that she talks, the clearer it becomes that the world was narrowly spared from a true psychopath having control of the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
Hillary Clinton is now suggesting that the Russian interference in the 2016 election should have resulted in a war on Russia. That would be the same interference that after nearly a year of investigations and untold millions of dollars spent, there exists not one scintilla of evidence.
In fact it’s gotten so desperate that Robert Mueller’s Gestapo is on the verge of redefining “Russian” meddling into supporters of President Trump engaging in legitimate political activities on social media.
Mrs. Clinton made her remarks at the latest stop on a grievance tour that some expect will last for the rest of her life.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 7, 2017
Via The Washington Examiner “Hillary Clinton calls for ‘new doctrine’: Cyberattacks should be an act of war”:
Hillary Clinton called for the U.S. to declare a “new doctrine” against cyberwarfare after Russia’s attempts to meddle in the 2016 election and elsewhere.
During a wide-ranging keynote speech at Stanford University on Friday, Clinton said cyberattacks on vital infrastructure should be considered an act of war.
She largely couched this point on reports of Russians using cyber tactics to sway people’s opinions during the 2016 campaign, including on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, as well as efforts to breach voting machines. Clinton said the Russians engaged in information warfare.”
Russian interference, along with possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, is being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller and a number of congressional panels.
Clinton also condemned a number of outlets and think tanks with “powerful right-wing interests,” including Fox News and Breitbart News for how they report the news.
Clinton said there is a need for a “massive campaign” against “fake news,” a term that has been coined by President Trump to slam outlets whose reporting he opposes.
Indeed, Hillary, there is nothing quite like a declaration of war against a nuclear powerhouse to avenge your loss. The death of millions is an acceptable consequence for your haughty arrogance that you didn’t need to spend time in Wisconsin or Michigan last fall.
Instead of giving speeches at Stanford advocating aggressive wars based on her own delusions, this woman belongs in an institution for the criminally insane