WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ed Klein’s new book, “All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump,” reveals enough information about Hillary Clinton to make sure her political career is ended, despite what Klein admits are Hillary’s ambitions to run once more, risking all that she could end up a “Three-Time Loser” for the White House.

“Though most Democrats see Hillary Clinton like the Monty Woolley character in ‘The Man Who Came to Dinner,’—she won’t shut up and she won’t go away—Hillary is under the delusional belief that she is still the head of the Democrat Party and has the best chance to grab the nomination in 2020,” Ed Klein told Infowars.com in an exclusive email.

Klein’s portrayal of Barack Obama out of the White House is equally unflattering.

Obama at home, smoking marijuana and playing video games

Klein insists that Obama never quit smoking cigarettes, despite stories that the White House put out to the contrary, adding that now out of the White House, Obama has resumed smoking marijuana.

Klein wrote:

“Barack wants to go back to his youth,” a close friend of the Obama family said in an interview for this book. “That’s Valerie’s opinion: he’s eager to recapture the freedom of his youth. He sees himself as sort of a hipster ex-president, a cool guy. He wants to go back in terms of fashion and style and his days as a leader of the Choom Gang in Hawaii.” (page 151)

Klein explains “Choom” is a variation of the word “chum,” or close friend, but Obama’s pals from his pot-smoking days at the Punahou School in Honolulu used “choom” as slang for smoking marijuana.

Klein continues, adding that Obama gets his marijuana from Chicago friends who visit him in his mansion in D.C.:

“I was told he keeps a small stash in his bedroom. [The former president and first lady have separate bedrooms in their mansion in the Kalorama section of Washington, DC.] He has rolling papers and knows how to roll a joint. Sometimes he’ll smoke in his bedroom, and sometimes in the backyard. But mostly he does it when he’s traveling.

“At one point, he became concerned about people smelling pot around Kalorama and asked friends to get him some edible stuff. They got him brownies, cookies, and gummy bears infused with THC [the chemical compound in cannabis]. (page 152)

Those who know Obama out of office told Klein that Obama has little ambition now to be a force in politics, showing little enthusiasm for the war chest George Soros offered to raise for him.

Klein commented on Valerie Jarrett’s frustration that Obama was little interested in her agenda of making the former president a force in Washington for years to come.

Klein noted:

“Valerie says Barack is listless,” said the Obama family friend. “He mostly sits in his study in the Kalorama house playing video games. He’s behind writing on his memoirs. He isn’t terribly enthused about the book right now, and he hasn’t done a lick of work on it. He’ll take phone calls from show business friends like Bruce Springsteen, Jay-Z, and Tom Hanks, but he refuses to talk politics.

“Michelle invites activists like Black Lives Matter people to Kalorama in the hope that Barack will get engaged,” the friend continued, “but he suddenly remembers that he has to be somewhere and he’ll go out and take a walk. (page 158-159)

For Hillary, abundant wine

In the opening chapters of the book, Klein describes how difficult it was for Clinton to suffer her devastating loss to Donald Trump:

“She is weepy, looks ten years older and is very whiny,” said one of Hillary’s closest friends in an interview for this book. “She has been drinking wine pretty heavily, much more than usual. She mopes around all day, swimming in a sea of recriminations and complaining that her campaign managers were ‘incompetent,’ Bill and Chelsea ‘didn’t work hard enough,’ FBI director Comey was ‘in league with Trump.’” (page 77)

Klein leaves no doubt Hillary has a problem with alcohol abuse.

Consider these extracts from the book:

“She was drinking too much wine, which tends to make her belligerent and sadder rather than happier. She admitted that she’d gone into rages many times since the election and that it had gotten so bad that she had to send the maid and cook home so they wouldn’t see her in that state. She’d smashed some glasses and cut herself rather deeply. She told us that at one point she had gotten so angry she had nearly passed out, and Bill caught her just before she fell.” (quoting “a friend,” pages 109-110)

And this:

“Late in the afternoon, Hillary switched from wine to gin and tonic. She got maudlin and talked about how her life was over. She said more than once, ‘I won the goddam election!’” ((quoting “a friend,” page 110)

The truth about Hillary’s health

Klein is equally devastating in discussing Hillary’s health, making it clear Hillary did not reveal her medical records because an honest disclosure would have cost her the election.

Klein writes:

Hillary was suffering from arrhythmia (an abnormal heartbeat), a leaking heart valve, chronic low blood pressure, insufficient blood flow, a tendency to form life-threatening blood clots, and troubling side effects from her medications.

She paid secret visits to the New York Presbyterian Hospital, where she arrived through a private entrance out of public sight and where she could rely on her doctors’ discretion not to speak to the media.

Her doctors prescribed Coumadin (a blood thinner) and a beta blocker to treat her arrhythmia and heart-valve problem. However, these medications had the side effect of making her drowsy and tired and lowering her blood pressure, which led to frequent bouts of light-headedness and fainting spells. (page 51)

Klein reveals that following her 11-hour testimony before the Trey Gowdy Benghazi committee, Hillary fainted walking to her waiting car, such that she had to be “carried by her aids and hauled bodily into the back seat.”

Among Clinton’s friends, Klein insists it was common knowledge that she “suffered from tension headaches, fell asleep while studying her speeches, got dizzy, and frequently stumbled and fell at her home in Chappaqua.”

 

 


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