Hillary Clinton’s first 100 days in office will be a very tramatic time for America. She would support and expand President Obama’s unconstitutional immigration executive action, while fast tracking naturalization. She will ensure that the eleven million people living in this country illegally can and do stay, passing “comprehensive immigration reform,” known as amnesty. It’s likely that if she were to become president, republicans would lose the senate and have a narrowed majority in the House of Representatives. She will use her electoral mandate to get some Republican support.
Secondly, she will appoint a extreme liberal to the Supreme Court, likely ideologically in tune with Justices Sotomayor and Kagan. They ultimately would overturn the Heller decision, the Hobby lobby decision as well as the decision overturning much of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, they would likely rule against conservatives in the event any state should pass restriction on abortion or Planned Parenthood. We could even see abortion clinics at Walmart, just like we do hair salons. It would be so easy to get an abortion, because the supreme court would find that not only is it a right in the sense that a woman has the option to have one, they would find that a woman has the right to get the RESOURCES for an abortion, which would ultimately come from general revenue funds. To pay for this, democrats would abolish tax-exempt stratus from charities across the board, and instead tax their revenues at the regular rates, which could top 40 percent.
Third, she will move for Cap and trade, and institute a tax on vehicles that the government deems “inefficiant.” This would include millions of vans, buses, SUVs, box trucks, semi trucks, and millions of other vehicles. In other words, unless you drive a Honda Civic hybrid, you’re screwed. Of course, if you work for the government and use your vehicle in the commission of government services, you’ll be exempt from these rules. But hey, I geuss we’re “protecting the environment,” right? Expect this tax to be at least 10 percent of your vehicle’s value, if not more, and if the data shows the tax is ineffective, President Clinton could raise the tax to 15 or 20 percent. You may or may not have the right to contest the value of your vehicle, depending on weather President Clinton puts those provisions in the legislation. But would that be a violation of due process? Nope, not according to Hillary Clinton’s Supreme Court.
Fourth, she’ll be one of the biggest neoconservative presidents we’ve ever seen. She is and has been one of the biggest cheerleaders for regime change, a foreign policy that has never worked out well in the history of the United States, as it didn’t in Egypt or libya, it won’t anywhere else, unless we’re literally prepared to take over their land permanently, which isn’t something neoconservatives favor. She will be more aggressive on foreign policy than George W. Bush, in part because she agrees with the ideology and part due to her not wanting to be perceived as weak by other world leaders. Hilary Clinton will involve the United States in every foreign conflict, arguing its in our “best interest.”
Fifth, she will support the passage of “reasonable gun safety measures” that will infringe our second amendment rights. The first step in this process will be to pass “common sense background checks,” then everything else will fall into place. She will then ask congress to pass the “assault weapons ban,” and then ultimately through a blue state like California enacting a new law, her Supreme Court will find it’s unconstitutional for an individual to keep guns in their homes, and we must surrender them to our local authorities or ultimately face prosecution. She will shut down every gun shop, and outlaw the sale of bullets except to the police and the military. I predict the first offense would be a felony, punishable by no less than five years in prison.
Hillary Clinton would not be a one term president, either. With the millions of voters that will come into the country and the ones living here already being legalized, they will support her in droves because they will have bought into the Democrat’s lie that the Republican Party does not care about them or their well-being. After two terms in the White House, we face the prospect of having a potential 7-2 progressive majority, which would nullify every constitutional right we hold dear. Under Hillary Clinton, we would likely have no hope of another Republican president for at least 20 years, and by then the party would be totally different, something we as conservatives may not even recognise.
It’s up to us to stop her, and I hope you’ll join me in that effort.