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Hillary Clinton’s book, “What Happened,” was released yesterday. The former First Lady and Secretary of State cannot accept the reality that she lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump. She is having difficulty with her mental thought processing as she attempts to explain to herself how she lost the presidency, for the second time.

You see, her book is not intended as an explanation to others as to why she lost. It is for herself. She can’t let go of the existing facts which tell the story of a very weak, unlikeable woman who rose to the top of the Democrat Party because of her marriage of convenience. Convincing the public that she should have won the election is only secondary to her own cathartic struggle to set things right in her own mind.

But it is doubtful that things will ever be right in Hillary Clinton’s twisted mind. After shamelessly pursuing prosperity and power for decades, leaving a suspicious trail of dead bodies in her wake, and using the Clinton Foundation to accrue extreme wealth, the purging of her sins would appear calculated and insincere. Because Hillary Clinton is insincere. She is a devious, prevaricating woman.

Only an act of God can save the soul of Hillary Clinton after her decades-long romp of deception and criminal behavior. And while God forgives those who righteously seek His forgiveness, from her own mouth Hillary Clinton speaks of a diabolical force which should be quite terrifying in respect to the possibility that she could have been this nation’s president.

Clinton wrote in her book that she was tempted to use Voodoo against her detractors in her private email server scandal. She writes, “I was tempted to make voodoo dolls of certain members of the press and Congress and stick them full of pins.” And no, this statement was not taken out of context. They are her words, and they were not made in jest.

Clinton was tempted by the magical and religious rites of a cult which recognizes sorcery and spiritual possession. And this wasn’t the first time that she has written about Voodoo. She has been intrigued by the Caribbean black magic for decades.

In her book “Hard Choices” Hillary wrote of her honeymoon with Bill in 1975 in Haiti. She noted that one of the most memorable experiences of the honeymoon was the meeting of a voodoo priest by the name of Max Beauvoir. She penned, “He invited us to one of his ceremonies. We saw Haitians “seized with spirits” walk on hot coals, bite the heads off live chickens, and chew glass, spit out the shards, and not bleed. At the end of the ceremony, the people claimed the dark spirits had departed.”

Apparently, the experience was captivating as she now writes that she wanted to turn to this black art to retaliate against those who wanted to make her accountable for her email scandal.

Whether Clinton carried through with her pins and needles threats to targeted members of the press and Congress is irrelevant. The nuts and bolts of her comment revealed a bizarre pattern of thinking.

Who in their right mind would even entertain the thought of using voodoo against those people whom they considered to be their enemies? And even if the thought crossed your mind, would you be so oblivious to the public perception that you would be conveying that you would share those thoughts?

Hillary Clinton is like bug spray for humanity and charity. She is a repellent to everything decent and good. She is obnoxious and pompous.

Desperately-seeking Hillary wanted to be the most powerful woman in the world so badly that she compromised herself at every junction of her life, and the world now witnesses the results of what a lifetime search for worldly fortunes can do to a person. It will destroy your soul and your mind.

Does Hillary Clinton fancy herself a voodoo priestess? I hope not. But there is something inherently disturbing about a woman whose thoughts would even ponder voodoo, spells, and retaliation.

The world is witnessing a woman hysterically coming to terms with her twice failed pursuit as her self-perceived rightful place as the first woman president of the United States. And they are also watching her deconstruct while she blames everyone but herself.

As my mother always said, “You reap what you sow.” Hillary’s harvest is evidence that you will gather that which you have sown. And you may lose your mind in the process.


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