Hillary's biggest problem is that the White House largely blames the Clinton's for the drubbing that the Democrats took at the polls last November. Rather than listening to the American people when they clearly showed they had no stomach for Obama's far left policies, Valerie Jarrett blamed the Clinton's for not supporting those policies publicly before the election. She, Michelle and Barack clearly don't like the Clinton's and kingmaker Jarrett decided that Hillary's email scandal would be a good time to get even. The goal is to once again deny her the opportunity for a run at the White House, clearly the last attempt she will have.
The story detailing this approach came out this weekend from Edward Klein in the New York Post and it clearly appears to have legs. After all, didn't Barack, by putting Hillary in charge of State, remove her from access to the American people with her jetsetting around the world on useless missions. And didn't he draw her right into the trap of Benghazi, leaving her as the "fall guy" should the heat continue to mount on that fiasco as it seems to be doing. The death of four Americans puts her in a tough situation and the noose appears to be tightening.
I would feel sorry for her except Hillary has played the same game for years, using people as pawn to get her way and, in the meantime, raking in outrageous fees from speeches and questionable donations to the Clinton Foundation. Hillary seems to be the epitome of a person driven by money much more dramatically than anything else. Of course, with money comes power and that is, of course, the other goal she seeks.
Sadly for Hillary, it looks like the public and the Democratic money handlers are ready to toss her away and she may be left to a life of luxury while losing her most desired prize. And, of course, with the Democrats having a very weak bench, make believe Indian princess Elizabeth Warren (no Pocahontas she) and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley (Martin who, the man who has driven the economics of Maryland into the proverbial toilet), they don't have to much to run on.
But then again, never be surprised if the Republicans screw up a great opportunity, which they will if the nominate another RINO like Jeb Bush. So the next two years look to be interesting, albeit in a very pathetic way, but Hillary is likely to not be part of it. Well, Hillary, what goes around comes around and it looks this time the recipient of bad tidings is you. But if you are lucky, you won't end up wearing an orange jumpsuit.
American politics have become quite a scene, haven't they? How about we make a nationwide pact and clean the slime out of the pool. 2016 just could be that chance if we decide to pay attention and act appropriately. I guess we'll just have to experience the future to find out. Have a great day.