August 1, 2016
WND Exclusive Secret: Service Agent Warns of ‘Dictator’ Hillary: ‘There are rules for the Clintons, and there are rules for everybody else’ … Gary Byrne worked in the White House during the Clinton administration, but he wasn’t among the speakers invited to give testimony at the Democratic National Convention last week of Hillary Clinton’s character and deeds. Had he been given the opportunity, his summary of Clinton would have been: “She’s a dictator.” -WorldNetDaily
Hillary Clinton will likely act like a dictator if elected. But that is not the worst problem.
She has a special selection of character traits that will profoundly deepen whatever polarization accompanies her rise to power – which will surely be substantial.
Many are saying Donald Trump will win the election. But with overwhelming mainstream media support and with easily hacked Diebold machines installed in strategic regions of the US, Hillary has significant advantages The Donald does not.
Polls are being cooked too, as we have previously reported HERE. The recent narrative of Clinton’s “fall” in polling numbers may be part of a larger strategic tale that will soon be eclipsed by her rising numbers as she somehow “regains the trust” of the general electorate.
US elections, especially on the federal level, are elaborate staged productions. The players in many cases are hand-picked by a larger, shadowy elite running things in the background.
Byrne who worked in the White House apparently had many close encounter with the Clintons. He wrote the book secretly, he says, because Hillary Clinton frightens him.
She was regularly abusive to the people serving the office. She was also physically and verbally abusive to Bill Clinton.
This is not earth-shaking of course. However, the negative characteristics of Hillary Clinton could be much magnified by the power of the presidency.
“The reason I am talking out of school,” he told WND, “is because I want the people to know what the truth is about Mrs. Clinton.”
Byrne claims Hillary Clinton displayed a “Jekyll and Hyde” personality, and was verbally and physically abusive to security officers as well as to Bill Clinton, even giving the president a black eye.
“Her ‘brand’ was her only concern. She was a faux leader, all bark, no bite, but in a very real power position as first lady,” he writes in his book.
Some of Bill Clinton’s activities can be explained by his chosen career in Arkansas politics and the company he kept as a result.
The Dixie Mafia reportedly drives politics in the South generally. As governor, Clinton was of necessity connected to it. This may explain the tumult surrounding him, including murders, though not his reported compulsion for rape HERE.
Hillary seems even more ruthless and uncaring if that is possible. Her recorded statement, “We came, we saw, he died” describing Muammar Gaddafi’s tortuous death followed by a cackling laugh, has echoed across the Internet. HERE are some additional, reported quotes.
We researched a wider range of observations about sociopathy. It turns out that sociopaths may not just have a compulsion to flout laws and “normal” civil behavior. They may also be driven to do so in a way that illustrates the brazenness of their behavior.
In other words, they don’t just want to be destructive and hurtful, they want to do so in a way that broadcasts their crimes and the lack of retribution.
This compulsion is perhaps most recently illustrated by Hillary’s use of a private server that intermingled her personal and professional correspondence.
What is noteworthy is that having committed such an obvious crime, she chose to run for the highest-profile job in the world. She must have known her use of the server would become an issue. But either didn’t care or welcomed the opportunity to further illustrate her imperviousness to prosecution.
US rulership is basically a large club driven by suspicion, fear, evil-doing and self-interest. The Clintons are not alone in the way they conduct themselves.
However, they are unique in their political partnership.
Their success is a result of their joint ambition and cunning. Bill Clinton led the way with his personable campaign style and “good ole boy” persona.
Hillary was not nearly so comfortable being a public figure. Staying in the background and operating though secrecy, she seems in many ways the couple’s strategic architect. The combination of the two personalities have contributed to the Clintons’ initial and continued success.
Nobody who opposes the Clintons’ technocratic and deeply authoritarian vision for America should have any illusions of what is to come if Hillary is elected to office.
She will cloak her actions in only perfunctory legal legitimacy. Really, she will not want to conceal her activities. She is not just driven to rule but to make it clear to the world that she is impervious to the ramifications of even the most exploitative and evil behavior.
It is this second compulsion that in our view makes Hillary so dangerous. She won’t merely act in a dictatorial fashion, she will do so in a way that purposefully aggravates the already deep fractures of American society and the polarizations of the electorate.
Conclusion: It is probably a preordained conclusion that her reign will considerable deepen civil chaos – maybe to the point of creating viable secession movements – even as she expands the US’s endless, bloody foreign wars. Martial law applied at least intermittently (as is now occurring in France) is possible as well. Hillary’s political propaganda emphasizes “togetherness,” but she is a profound and implacable divider.