Hillary Rodham Clinton is unfit for elective office, NY Observer February 2001, Pardongate shame should force Hillary to resign, They have fooled the public before They believe they can do so again
“If the guilty and unrepentant get off easy, what type of
prosecution is this. It’s not time to blame the Independent
Counsel Law; blame the prosecutor who wouldn’t do his job.
Because of Kenneth W. Starr’s complicity, the most corrupt
administration in the history of the country continues with
no end in sight. God save us all.”…Christopher Ruddy, NewsMax July 1, 1999
“the Democratic Party overlooked the ethical red flags and made a pact with Mr. Clinton that was the equivalent of a pact with the devil. And he delivered. With Mr. Clinton at the controls, the party won the White House twice. But in the process it lost its bearings and maybe even its soul.”…Bob Herbert, NY Times February 26, 2001
“I think that it was Hillary all the way. I think that she’s the mean-spirited one. She’s the ideologue, she’s the flaming left-wing socialist liberal. She’s a bad person with a criminal mind.”…Jerry Falwell
Regarding the article below:
“Clintons are banking on the short memories of the electorate”
“They have fooled the public before. They believe they can do so again.”
That is why it was so important to resurrect another scrubbed NewsMax article.
And by the way, the source quoted by NewsMax, the NY Observer, did not have Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son in law, as publisher in 2001.
From NewsMax February 28, 2001 via Citizen News.
“N.Y. Observer: Pardongate Shame Should Force Hillary to Resign
“Had she any shame, she would resign.”
With those words Wednesday morning, the New York Observer – newspaper of record to Manhattan’s intelligensia – became the first major publication to suggest that the corruption now coming to light in the Clintons’ pardons-for-cash scandal makes it untenable for Hillary Rodham Clinton to continue serving as New York State’s junior U.S. senator.
“With the nation and indeed the world watching, we [New Yorkers] entrusted her with the U.S. Senate seat once held by Robert F. Kennedy and Daniel Patrick Moynihan,” the Observer says in its scathing editorial this week.
“It is clear now that we have made a terrible mistake, for Hillary Rodham Clinton is unfit for elective office. Had she any shame, she would resign. If federal officeholders were subject to popular recall, she’d be thrown out of office by springtime, the season of renewal.”
The paper warns that the Clintons are banking on the short memories of the electorate, that even now Bill and Hillary are plotting their return to respectability – biding their time till the latest scandal blows over and they can return to power.
“Only two months ago, serious people believed that Mrs. Clinton would be a candidate for President in 2004.” Now, says the Observer, even the Clintons’ staunchest supporters must realize those hopes have been “relegated to history’s dustbin.”
But, the liberal weekly warns, “They have fooled the public before. They believe they can do so again. … And so it will be up to New York, finally, to foil the calculations of this coarse and manipulative couple.””