The nation is getting a brutal lesson in practical politics during this election season like no other as social media and online journalism expose the two-faced positions of career politicians who are willing to say one thing to friends behind closed doors or in the cozy company of cronies and donors, and the exact opposite to the voters they call upon once every four years.

The Wikileaks release of Hillary Clinton documents gave voters proof – as if any was needed after observing the Clintons in action over the past three decades – that the Democrat candidate fully acknowledges the political need to say one thing in public and another in private.

Clinton was even asked about it in one of the rare, pointed questions posed to the candidates at the second debate on October 9th and jeered for the contrived and contorted response that she was merely quoting Abraham Lincoln as he maneuvered the 14th Amendment through Congress.

The audience didn’t buy it, but there will be no refuting the truth of it as evidence of Hillary’s plan to do away with the 2nd Amendment.

When she tells the public that she respects the 2nd Amendment, what she really means is: I will do everything in my power to effectively repeal it – no matter what the citizens want or Congress votes.

President Obama has taken the use of executive orders to an art form, expanding their scope far beyond that utilized by any former president, but newly leaked footage does more than suggest that Clinton plans to exceed her predecessor in going around Congress to impose draconian gun control measures that would never pass as legislation.

The Wikileaks email from Clinton campaign chair, Brian Fallon, flatly states that as president, Clinton would close the so-called “gun show loophole,” by “executive order.”

Equally revealing is an undercover tape in which Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) talks about Clinton’s expected use of Executive Orders to bypass Congress.

Amy Rao, a friend of Clinton’s who is on the ground working for the campaign is also heard talking about the way Clinton can avoid having to pass legislation to further regulate gun ownership, as she tells an undercover journalist, “Hillary wants to shut it down. If we can get guns away from everyone in this country, she’ll close loopholes, the assault weapons, she will get rid of being able to buy – you know – unlimited bullets. She’s going to make all of that stop.”

 The only remaining question is: How long after a Clinton inauguration in January 2017 would it take for the Executive Orders to start flowing from the Oval Office?

 

 

 

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