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It is said on Election Night Hillary Clinton was so blinded by rage she physically assaulted campaign managers Robbie Mook and John Podesta.

Talk show host Todd Kincannon said a CNN reporter who was present confirmed it.

Nonetheless, the “Clinton News Network” would never report it. CNN has banned all ‘Hillary in the bunker’ stories in spite of the fact the CNN reporter wasn’t the only one present seeing Hillary’s meltdown.

American Spector reporter R. Emmett Tyrell Jr, was the first to report Juanita Broaddrick’s relationship with Bill Clinton and Secret Service agents seeing her, “yelling profanities, screaming obscenities, and pounding furniture. The famous lamp throwing story was leaked by the Secret Service. Hillary never learned you do not crap on the help.

It has been said her campaign staff had to restrain her from making a public appearance on the evening of the election in her highly agitated, irrational state saying, “…it took hours to calm her down.” And, this was not the first time since the beginnings of the campaign. It is claimed that as poll numbers began to sway in Trump’s favor Hillary and Bill Clinton had a screaming match over the phone in which they exchanged blame for who was at fault for her failing campaign. The call was so malicious, it ended with the former President throwing his cell phone into the Arkansas River, which was an amazing accomplishment as he was in Philadelphia.

Close Clinton advisors told Ed Klein at the Daily Mail that Hillary was attempting to blame FBI Director James Comey’s reopening of the investigation into her email server the cause of her dropping popularity, but Bill wasn’t buying it as he apparently knew Comey did it in anticipation of a Wikileaks bombshell the campaign was expecting.

It is said that Bill believed all the blame belonged to campaign manager Robby Mook, campaign chairman John Podesta and Hillary because they were “tone-deaf ” about the feeble economy and its impact on millions of working-class voters,” according to Ed Klein.

During much of the campaign, Bill was kept from the inner-workings of Hillary’s campaign for fear his personal scandals would stain her nomination. Some think Bill’s insights could have clinched her the working class vote she largely missed as he was on record for having opposed Barack Obama’s destructive actions.

White House Secret Service agent for President Bill Clinton, Gary Byrne wrote the tell-all book “Crisis of Character” including many episodes of Hillary’s rage. He claims she screamed obscenities not only at Bill, but at White House staffers and especially the Secret Service.

Byrne recalls episodes of abuse against Bill, where the President sported a black eye following one of her attacks. Her leadership style is described in the book as, “volcanic, impulsive, enabled by sycophants, and disdainful for the rules set for everyone else.”

Nonetheless, the Democrat’s primary argument against Donald Trump remains, his temperament!

The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author and are not not necessarily either shared or endorsed by

Adrian Vance

Trained as a science teacher, with eight years classroom experience, he has been writing professionally since the age of 15. He was the youngest person to be published in Journal of the Illinois Academy of Science at 17 as a result of a paper he wrote suggesting a revision in the science teaching curriculum. Publication was accidental as his teacher headed the selection committee and his paper was sent to the printer in error. Nonetheless, it received positive response. It proposed teaching General Science, then Physics followed by Chemistry with Biology in the senior year given the then new molecular focus in Biology. During his college years he worked on the school newspaper, primarily as a photographer and did an occasional feature, some of which caused him to be called to the Dean's office. "You don't like the way we do things here?" was the usual opening remark followed by the expected suggestion. After his third year, exhausted and without direction, he left for one year, but returned, when Sputnik and Admiral Rickover's books documented a crisis in American education. He felt called to teach and completed a B.S. in Physical Science at Illinois State University with a major in chemistry, minor in biology, near minors physics and education. He did graduate work in both Illinois and California completing a California Life Diploma teaching credential in 1962. While teaching he saw many needs and opportunities in educational publishing so he wrote and produced educational materials, primarily filmstrips and sound recordings. He also wrote for photographic magazines as film work put him in touch with many photographic and production problems. He has 325 screen credits in educational, industrial film and filmstrip as a writer-producer. In 1976 he won the Learning Magazine “Best of the Year” award for his “You in the Universe” filmstrip series and the New York Film and Television Festival Silver Medal for “An Introduction to Cells” filmstrip series. For a partial database of Adrian’s publications please click on and you will see them listed by series title and publisher. Each series title included four to 30 filmstrips and all are not fully listed in this database. The grand total is over 800. Over that 30 years Mr. Vance also wrote other material: two books, published in New York: “UFO’s: The Eye and the Camera” for Barlenmir House and “Audiovisual Production” for Amphoto Books. He wrote and illustrated over 100 features and columns for photography magazines. He was a Founding Contributing Editor for Peterson's PhotoGraphic Magazine and the West Coast Editor of Popular Photography from 1974 to 1978, writing a monthly column for the magazine. As a result of underwater photography work he contributed to SKIN DIVER magazine in the 70's. His "Timing Waves to Enter The Sea" article, first appearing in SKIN DIVER, is now a chapter in a classified U.S. Navy Seals training manual. "UFO's, The Eye and the Camera" documents his "Two channel information theory for the analysis of events simultaneously seen and photographed." It is the first comparative analysis of vision and photography written with the idea of combining information from both sources into a single analysis that can be used scientifically and forensically. Mr. Vance is also credited with solving the mystery of how complete maps of Earth were drawn in antiquity and he rediscovered Captain Cook's secret method of locating Pacific islands so well their positions have only recently been improved. He is cited with discovering the method in the seventh edition of "The Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings," by Dr. Charles Hapgood and he later contributed to a definitive article on cartography in antiquity for The Smithsonian Magazine as they confirmed his method. On February 19, 1976 Mr. Vance got a “Certificate of Appreciation” award from the Los Angeles Police Department “in grateful recognition of his generosity in make available to officers of this Department the talents and training of his German Shepherd, Boris. The ready willingness of Mr. Adrian Vance to become involved and to make available his valuable dog in a potentially hazardous situation deserves the gratitude and approbation of the entire Los Angeles Police Department.” This incident was critical to the LAPD administration’s realization that trained dogs could be of value in police work and they are now employed by the LAPD. When the computer replaced film the school market audio-visual field he switched horses at full gallop and produced 460 computer educational disk systems for the Apple II computer over 15 years. During that time he became a professional broadcaster in the 90's to promote the State Water bond issue in Santa Barbara, California as he felt it was critical for the town. He was publicly credited for having been one of the top ten reasons the measure passed thanks to his book “Drought in Paradise” and radio work. The collapse of his software business when Apple Computer discontinued the "II" machine line in 1995 crystallized the failure of his second marriage. With no clear direction in the school market supplemental materials field he sought a career in broadcasting in Las Vegas, Nevada doing shows on both KDWN and KXNT. This was unsatisfying due to the "star" economics of commercial radio where a few performers make millions and everyone else starves. Mr. Vance has also been a day trader, strategist, system developer and author on the equities markets and trading. He now trades stock, land and develops residential property. His website and trading information service, "The Stock Surfer" was a leading Internet service for seven years. He has been developing “The Young Americans” series of Young Adult novels promoting conservative values as well as his personal memoir, “A Long Way From Normal.” You can buy Adrian Vance’ books or downloads at December 21, 2010 he was awarded US. Patent 7,855,061 for his “Fuel Farm” that makes a gasoline equivalent 100 Octane fuel, butanol, from CO2, water and sunlight with algae and bacteria. You can see the full disclosure websites regarding his inventions at: and -30-


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