Corrupt liar Hillary Clinton received a crushing blow from wild-eyed socialist Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin Tuesday, losing to the previously little-known “Independent” Vermont senator 56.5 percent to 43.1 percent, a 13-point margin.
And as Sanders continues to pummel the former Obama secretary of state, the scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton has reportedly “lost patience” and will start ramping up attacks against the 74-year-old anti-freedom socialist.
Prior to last night’s devastating defeat, Clinton has largely treated Sanders with kid gloves, hoping to not alienate the Sanders’ voters she’ll need to show up at the polls in the general election. Lord knows she could use some of Bernie supporters’ energy — only 14% of Wisconsin Democrat voters said they were enthusiastic for Hillary.
Personal attacks have been the hallmark of the Republican primary, led by bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor Donald Trump’s scorched-earth approach. At the same time, the politically-correct Democrat race has steered away from getting nasty. But that may be changing, with the delegate-rich New York primary only two weeks away, considered a must-win for Hillary in order to stop the ongoing Sanders winning streak.
CNN reporter Jeff Zeleny reported that the campaign now believes that party unity can come later and in a new interview, Clinton questioned whether Sanders was even a real Democrat.
“He’s a relatively new Democrat, and, in fact, I’m not even sure he is one. He’s running as one. So I don’t know quite how to characterize him,” Hillary Clinton told Politico.
The problem with Clinton questioning Sanders Democrat credentials is that she’s unwilling to call him the radical socialist that he is, realizing that her party is chock-full of America-hating communists and socialists — the unfortunate place where Barack Obama has taken the Democrat Party.
CNN announced that they will host a Democrat debate between the two leftists in Brooklyn on Thursday, April 14, a great venue for Hillary to take the gloves off.
Sanders campaign strategy threw a block against potential future attacks.
“Do not destroy the Democratic Party to satisfy the secretary’s ambitions to be president,” Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver.