Former NY Senator Hillary Clinton and her non-existent resume: she accomplished nothing per usual!
A recent article in the exceedingly liberal pro-Hillary newspaper, The Washington Post, came out with some interesting revelations. Written by Jerry Markon, August 7,2016, the piece underscores a blatant reality of the pathological liar Hillary Clinton.
The overall message of this article was that she had accomplished absolutely nothing during her eight year tenure as the Senator from NY State.
“Her argument that she would put more Americans to work in her time in the Senate… shows little evidence of any job growth… in fact during her eight years tenure, manufacturing jobs in NY State PLUNGED 25%.” Yet, her miscreant husband, Bill, described his wife as the ‘de facto economic development officer of NY State.’
Once again, reality folded into the family pathology of self-delusion and denial.
Hillary was so pathetic as a senator that in March 2001, she only introduced seven bills to stimulate the Upper NY State economy which amounted to less than zero. None of those bills passed through the Senate.
During Hillary’s first term as a Senator, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics [BLS] ‘reported that the region in which she promised she would create over 200,000 jobs, actually lost over 31,000 payroll jobs between October 2001 and December 2016’ – during Hillary’s first Senatorial first term.’
Per usual, Hillary tapped into her spider’s web of political/economic cronies to assist her in attempting to create jobs in NY State. Her pattern of the quid-pro-quo political/financial collaboration went as follows:
- 2007, Hillary steered small grant $$ to Corning Glass for diesel emission reduction technology. Eight years later, in 2015, the Houghton family [owners of Corning Glass] paid $225,000 in speaking fees for Hillary’s speech to Corning executives. In addition, Corning gave over $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
- 2008, “Hillary touted her role in creating ‘eBay University’ that trained NYS entrepreneurs to sell products on Ebay.” In 2015, eBay CEO, John Donahoe, paid $315,000 for a 20 minute speech and gave the Clinton Foundation over $50,000. The record repeats itself with sociopathic regulatory.
This time around the field of psychiatry entered into this election cycle for which they had no legitimacy or relevancy.
This article first appeared at StevePieczenik.com