Symbolism of a Broken Hillary


I liked the symbolism of Hillary appearing through broken glass.

Considering how much glass she broke throwing lamps and other breakables at Bubba when they lived in the White House – not to mention the more serious symbolism of the fact that a criminal being taken seriously for President by so many people shatters whatever is left of the integrity of American politics.

Although, Hillary Clinton has recently embarked on a mission to portray herself in a softer light, she has a volatile temperament that gives way too often to violent tantrums, during which she abuses her husband and terrorizes her personal staff, including Secret Service agents.

Stone, who recently left Donald Trump’s campaign, claims that reports emanating from the couple’s staff about Hillary’s violent outbursts and physical abuse of her husband go back decades to the time when Bill was governor of Arkansas.

Hillary reportedly threw fearsome tantrums, during which she would fling objects at her husband, as well as scratch, claw, and slap him across the face.

Stone writes that “Hillary Clinton has a long history of being domestically violent with Bill. Hillary has beaten Bill, hit him with hard objects, scratched and clawed him, and made him bleed.”



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Born 12/11/1949 - B.S in Mathematics, M.S. in Urban Studies, PhD in Pastoral Ministry - Married to Cheryl since 04/14/1973 - 3 married children & 6 grandchildren (so far). Currently live in Harrisburg, PA but previously in CT, NY, OH, and KY. 45 years and counting as teacher, coach, administrator (public and Christian schools) and Pastor.

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