Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton Breaks Silence…You Won’t Believe What She Just Said

You do not hear Hillary Clinton raising concerns for America’s best interest every day. The former first lady and Presidential nominee has been warning the public that the GOP-majority House’s failure to raise the national debt ceiling will allow China and Russia to rev up their attacks. The progressive left-wing elitist said, “American democracy is in terminal decline and can’t be trusted.”

The New York Times released an op-ed by the former Secretary of State, who bemoaned the fact that paying the nation’s debt has been “weaponized” by partisan debate.

“Republicans should stop holding America’s credit hostage, shoulder their responsibilities as leaders and raise the debt ceiling,” she wailed.

“If Congress keeps flirting with default, calls for dethroning the dollar as the world’s reserve currency will grow much louder — and not just in Beijing and Moscow. Countries all over the world will start hedging their bets,” Hillary lamented.

“It’s a sad irony that [House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.] and many of the same congressional Republicans seem intent on sabotaging America’s global leadership by refusing to pay our debts and are also positioning themselves as tougher-than-thou China hawks,” she continued.

“They talk a good game about standing up to Beijing, yet they are handing a major win to the Chinese Communist Party.”

Clinton recounted, “Republicans in Congress have consistently voted to raise the debt ceiling with little drama when a fellow Republican is in the White House — including three times under President Donald Trump.” Yet in her complaint, she does not refer to the many additions to the budget that Democrats increasingly add that would cause greater harm to the American public.

But, she lamented, “During Democratic administrations, they have weaponized the debt ceiling to extort concessions, despite the danger of default.”

“Fortunately, Congress and President Barack Obama finally reached an agreement to raise the debt ceiling” in 2011, but “the S&P still fell 17 percent, consumer and business confidence nose-dived, and the government’s credit rating was downgraded for the first time ever,” she concluded. “After another crisis in 2013, the lesson was clear: Negotiating with hostage-takers will only embolden them to do it again.”

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