Hillary Clinton has been linked with numerous deaths and scandals. What we know for sure is that she did all of that to protect her own interest, and push her closest family forward. Yes, the Clintons did pretty well in hiding their crimes and affairs. Well, not all of them.
Now we know that Hillary goes that far to excuse deaths only if it goes in her favor. What? Remember Benghazi? Remember all the scandals mentioned in the leaks? Yes, that’s the woman who hopes to win these elections. Send her home.
By way of example we could easily point to the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, in which four Americans under the auspices of Clinton’s State Department were killed, or herstaunch support for abortion, which has abruptly ended the lives of millions of innocent babies before they were even born.
Now it has been alleged that Clinton may bear responsibility for the deaths of children who had already been born, 21 of them to be exact, who perished tragically in the massive inferno that enveloped the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, in 1993, according to David T. Hardy, an attorney and Waco expert writing for The American Thinker.
Those who remember what happened in Waco will recall that there had been a long and intense standoff between dozens of members of a cult and federal authorities over alleged trafficking and possession of illegal firearms.
That standoff ultimately degenerated into an all-out assault on the compound with armored vehicles, heavy weapons and copious amounts of tear gas, eventually starting a massive fire that burned the compound to the ground, killing 74 members of the group, including 21 children.
That tragedy has been largely blamed on then-Attorney General Janet Reno, but there is some evidence to suggest that the order to assault the compound came from the Clinton White House, perhaps even from Hillary herself.
One piece of evidence that may point to that conclusion is the transcript of the FBI’s interview with Lisa Fosterfollowing the death of her husband Vince, which was ruled a suicide.
Foster described how troubled and guilty her husband had felt following the Waco raid, which would be odd if the order to assault the compound had originated solely within Reno’s Department of Justice and not in the White House, as was alleged.
This is seemingly supported by comments made on tape at the time by FBI agents involved in the Waco raid, released via a Freedom of Information Act request, that suggest the agents knew the order to conduct the assault came directly from the top, specifically that it was “made in the White House.”
This was confirmed even further by the transcript of an interview on CNN some 15 years ago between Larry King and former White House staffer Linda Tripp, who was not only a key player in the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal but was also a friend of Foster’s before his death. Tripp recalled his grim reaction to the Waco assault.
Tripp explained to King, “I was with him — well, we had CNN all the time, not to plug, but it was always on in the White House. And a special bulletin came on showing the atrocity at Waco and the children.”
“And his face, his whole body slumped, and his face turned white, and he was absolutely crushed knowing, knowing the part he had played,” Tripp continued. “And he had played the part at Mrs. Clinton’s direction.”
“Her reaction, on the other hand, was heartless. And I can only tell you what I saw,” she added.
Foster also kept a special folder on Waco, Hardy wrote. That folder vanished from his office after his death.
Finally, according to Hardy, a personal Clinton involvement in the Waco attack could well explain how the attorney general managed to hold onto her job as long as she did, long after the president had lost trust in her. By that reasoning, Reno took the blame publicly for the killings and was rewarded for it with the post of the nation’s highest law enforcement officer.
As Hardy points out, in Bill Clinton’s eight years in the White House he had two secretaries of state, three secretaries of the treasury, three secretaries of state, three secretaries of defense and four secretaries of commerce.
He had one attorney general — one he felt “stuck with,” Hardy writes.
Of course, there is literally no way to know for sure if Hillary Clinton herself actually ordered the heavy-handed botched raid on the Waco compound that resulted in the horrific deaths of 21 children, but there is evidence that seems to point in that direction, and neither the Clintons nor Janet Reno seem inclined to come out publicly and set the record straight about exactly who is responsible for that particular operation.
When a potentially murderous scandal like this is compared to the things Clinton and her allies in the media are caterwauling about regarding Donald Trump, it quickly becomes apparent that there is no comparison at all, further proving that all things considered, Trump is the better candidate for the presidency, as he at least hasn’t been accused of being responsible for the killing of defenseless children by government agents.
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