Experts: A Hillary presidency will inflict irreparable damage

Friday, October 21, 2016
Chad Groening (

Hillary C. on campaign trailAccording to a pioneer in the conservative movement, a national defense analyst and a border enforcement activist, conservatives should be very wary of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton possibly setting up shop in the Oval Office for a number of reasons.

Conservative HQ Chairman Richard Viguerie argues that conservative voters must understand what the dire effects another Clinton administration would have on their lives and the lives of their fellow citizens.

In his published booklet titled "Hail Hillary: Is a Clinton Progressive Police State In America's Future?" Viguerie called upon a group of 18 conservative leaders – most of whom did not support GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump during the Republican primaries – to write articles about how another President Clinton would be a genuine threat to the future of the conservative movement … and to the domestic tranquility of this great country.

"She will get up many mornings thinking, ‘What things can I do today to crush the conservatives, destroy their organizations, jail their leaders?’” Viguerie asserted. “Republicans are known as the stupid party but the Democrats are known as the evil party. And they are evil in many of their policies and programs." 

Viguerie also maintains that conservative and right-of-center voters must know what is truly at stake in this election.

"For liberals, this is an important election,” the conservative leader points out. “But for us conservatives, it's the ballgame. I don't know how we would recover from four or possibly eight years of Hillary Clinton as president. I think that she will so radically change America [that] we may never ever go back to the country that we grew up in knowing and loving."

Viguerie explains that the “Hail Hillary” booklet is dedicated to the late Phyllis Schlafly, who was the first major conservative leader to endorse Trump’s 2016 White House bid.

More grave concerns …

When it comes to national defense and border security, it is argued that Clinton would put the country in great risk – and even possibly create a national police force.

With the specter of a Clinton victory looming ever so closer, conservatives have been warning about the dire consequences a Clinton presidency would have on the basic freedoms Americans have enjoyed since the inception of the country.

During the summer's unrest fueled by groups such as Black Lives Matter, both President Barack Obama and Hillary have called for the nationalization of police forces, according to one national defense analyst.

Bob Maginnis, who serves as senior fellow for national security at the Family Research Council, says Russia already has one.

"Vladimir Putin has consolidated his security forces into a new organization which is not all that dissimilar from the former KGB,” Maginnis informed. “And it's meant to protect the political forces. We're not there yet, [but] I could see a scenario that could bring us there, and our founders had every intention of preventing that sort of thing – so we'll have to wait and see."

And when it comes to protecting America’s borders, a border enforcement activist is worried that a Clinton administration will wreak havoc.

William Gheen, who is the president of Americans for Legal Immigration Political Activist Committee (ALIPAC), cites a United States Department of Justice (DOJ) study released earlier this month suggesting that police agencies should hire non-citizens with lower standards to be police officers in America.

"They want to take foreigners with criminal records and lower IQ and academic test scores and make them into police officers,” Gheen warns. “This is your gun confiscation force. This is your hurt the American people force. It's not the United States military at this point. It's not the national guard. They want to create a national police force and they want to fill it full of foreigners that will execute unconstitutional directives against our citizenry."


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