The leader and the loser

Eaten up with jealousy

Every time President Trump makes a big appearance anywhere as the most powerful person on the planet — especially on the global stage of the United Nations, with world leaders hanging on his every word — Hillary Clinton is so eaten up with jealousy and bitterness, it’s killing her.

Call it Karma, true justice, God’s will, revenge of the deplorables, call it whatever you want, the bottom line is this: It’s a just and righteous thing to see. She is so despicably self-centered, arrogant, dangerously incompetent and totally ignorant of the true character of the American people, she deserves all the pain she’s now getting.

She went on that foul-mouthed fool Colbert’s humorless show to hawk her book about being the biggest loser in American politics and described Trump’s speech at the United Nations as “very dark and dangerous” and criticized him for calling Kim Jong-un Rocket Man.


She said his speech should have been more “diplomatic.”

She still doesn’t get it: Diplomacy is never going to work with that North Korean madman. That’s why America elected Trump and not her — they want a strong fearless leader, not a flaccid has been who wouldn’t have a clue how to handle this powder keg of a situation.

“What I hoped the president would have said,” the loser preached, “is something along the lines of, ‘We view this as dangerous to our allies, to the region and even to our country. We call on all nations to work with us to try to end the threat caused to us by Kim Jong-un.'”

Pointless, platitudinous, weak-kneed stupidity. She would “try to end the threat…” Merely “trying” is useless. Her husband didn’t even try, nor did she and Obama. They all just let Kim have his head, and his nukes. As Trump tweeted:

Enough with the spineless hypocrisy. President Trump laid it out loud and clear with a fearless threat: If Rocket Man keeps messing with America, we will “totally destroy North Korea.”

Spoken like a true leader — which Hillary Clinton never was, is not now, and, thank Trump, God and the deplorables, never will be.

— Elmore Mich in New York