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4 Compelling Reasons that Hillary Clinton Should Not Be Elected President

Updated on May 17, 2016

1. She Hates Guns and the Second Amendment

Hillary doesn't like guns. She believes that if the people have guns, it results in more violence. She would rather that law-abiding citizens not be allowed to own guns. In this situation, only the law-breaking people would be carrying guns, and innocent Americans will be defenseless.

If you look at what Bernie Sanders has said, "Certain types of guns exclusively used to kill people, not for hunting, should not be sold in America." He said this on NBC's Meet the Press in July 2015.

The only problem is that taking away guns for self defense violates the 2nd Amendment afforded to all Americans.

Hillary Wants to Ban Handguns

Hillary Clinton gun quote
Hillary Clinton gun quote | Source

Bernie Sanders Isn't Crazy about Guns Either

Bernie Sanders doesn't like handguns either.
Bernie Sanders doesn't like handguns either. | Source

2. Her Stance on Immigration

According to a Vanity Fair article, "The One Issue That Could Destroy Hillary Clinton," her stance on immigration is her weakest point.

This is because, Hillary's policy does not care if someone crosses the border illegally. The Vanity Fair article calls it the "open borders" policy on immigration. If you can make it here, then stay -- legally or illegally.

This is starkly different from Donald Trump's "let's build a wall and make Mexico pay for it" policy, who is clear that he wants to stop illegal immigrants from coming into the country.

According to a March 2016 New York Times article, there is a record number of illegal immigrants attempting to get legal now, just so they can vote in the next election to keep him from becoming President.

Clinton Spokesperson Goofed

Hillary Clinton on a red carpet stairway
Hillary Clinton on a red carpet stairway | Source

3. She Doesn't Believe She has Ever Lied

In this telling interview, Hillary Clinton is asked if she always tells the truth. She responds: "I don't believe I ever have [lied], and I don't believe I ever will."

However, it doesn't appear to be very believable.

Hillary Clinton "Leveling" with the American People

4. The 3 A.M. Phone Call When Americans Died

A classic Presidential question often asked is: "What will you do when you get the phone call at 3 a.m. and you have to make a tough decision?"

A prime example of failure is Hillary Clinton's Benghazi scandal, where four Americans died when she did not get them out of the embassy, nor protect them, despite receiving information that indicated they were in harm's way. Specifically, Hillary denied Ambassador Chris Stevens request for more security at the embassy as tensions were escalating.

Hillary took credit for the failure to act in this situation, and is why she resigned as Secretary of State for the US.


So why does she now deserve a promotion to the highest office of the land?

The Secret Service Revealed her True Character

An ex-Secret Service agent said that "Hillary was so mistrustful and vengeful."

Another sources says "She's very angry and sarcastic and very hard on her staff...she is a very different person behind the scenes than when she is being interviewed."

Another quote: "She's known to snap at agents and yell at agents and dress them down to their faces, and they just have to be humble...and walk away. Agents don't deserve that. They are there to do a job, to protect her. There's absolutely no respect for that."

And that doesn't sound very Presidential, either.


The State Department Didn't Know She was using her Private Email Server

Hillary Clinton's spokesperson went on the record when asked about the State Department scandal: "We learned of it from the media and don't know anything beyond what's been reported."

However, in March of 2016, an IT specialist by the name of Bryan Pagliano who set up and maintained a private email server in Hillary Clinton's home, was given immunity from prison in exchange for truthful happenings in the scandal.

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