When she started dropping those big fat fibs of hers, there was no
That was the pre e-Hillary.
Back then all she had to do was wink and put on her bad Southern accent and make her eyes big on TV -- that astonished Hillary who just couldn't get her mind around those devious
She could make
And before social media became what it is today, all her problems were the fault of that right-wing conspiracy that abused turtles to no end.
"You know, you find a turtle on a fencepost and it didn't get there by accident," said Southern Hillary in 1998 on "Good Morning America," her voice packed with purple hull peas and
"And ah jes look at the landscape around here, and I see lots of big ol' turtles sitting on lots of fenceposts," she said. "And I think we need to find out how those old turtles got on those fenceposts."
If Twitter or
She certainly wouldn't be around now to benefit from that pro-Hillary super PAC using an army of Internet trolls to harass actor
Robbins has been in a war with the Clinton super PAC Correct the Record, which is spending
Unlike many others on social media, particularly average citizens who cringe at such attacks and are shamed into silence by trolls of all political stripes, Robbins fought back at the group, bringing media attention to the story about Hillary and the troll wars.
"It is meant to appear to be coming organically from people and their social media networks in a groundswell of activism, when in fact it is highly paid and highly tactical,"
"That is what the Clinton campaign has always been about," he said. "It runs the risk of being exactly what their opponents accuse them of being: a campaign that appears to be populist but is a smoke screen that is paid and brought to you by lifetime political operatives and high-level consultants."
If Twitter and
And voters wouldn't have to put their minds around the most truly bizarre Hillary news of the week:
Pagliano is the fellow who has been given immunity from prosecution as the FBI continues to investigate Clinton's use of a private email server set up in her basement. That private email account allowed her to keep her work product from public scrutiny and allowed her to send classified and top secret documents, which may have been hacked by foreign intelligence services.
That alone should disqualify her from contention for the presidency, and
It's astounding that the Obama administration -- which supports the Clinton restoration -- couldn't find any of Pagliano's emails from 2009 to 2013 in a response to a Republican lawsuit.
Before Clinton's army of Internet trolls flay me in "Game of Thrones" style, let's just say it could all be coincidence. Or, it could be a
The main thing to remember is that if Twitter and
Perhaps she'd have disappeared, to live alone in a tiny house in the woods, the kind of house that rests on chicken feet in the old Russian fairy tales; a house that moves through the winter forest at night on those chicken legs so no one could find her secret lair.
Turn around, little house. Turn around, she'd say.
And then she'd be gone.