Sure, you have some vague idea of what a Clinton presidency will look like, and it’s bad. Real bad. You talk about it with friends and family, and you’re worried. Sometimes, in more candid moments, you admit it – you’re scared.
Well, I have news for you.
You aren’t scared enough.
In a piece dubbed “An American Horror Story: Vignettes from Hillary’s First Hundred Days,” writer Sarah Perry paints a compelling picture of the hell that the first few months of 2017 could unleash if Hillary wins on November 8. Perry views the horrific nightmare of a Clinton presidency through the eyes of a fictional, yet strikingly realistic American couple from Ohio, and demonstrates with gut-wrenching poignancy the frightening truth that what is at stake is not abstract policy, but our very livelihood and all that we hold dear.
Here’s a look at just one scene (I’ve edited for brevity):
“The next day, Susan and Tom flip on the news. An image of Chicago O’Hare flickers on the screen…Two Syrian refugees with ties to ISIS have driven a construction vehicle through a barrier, into the main terminal and opened fire with AK 47s…In a display of force, the President quickly announces she has temporarily suspended the Second Amendment…Not only will all gun sales be immediately suspended, the Democratic Congress has also approved her order for a federal weapon registry. Failure to register any and all firearms with the federal government will result in confiscation and forfeiture…”
And there’s more. A lot more. Religious persecution, unlimited publicly funded abortion, a radical Supreme Court…
Sure, if we want to dismiss this kind of writing as emotional rhetoric or alarmist fear mongering, we can.
But the plain fact is that the terrifying scenes of personal and family tragedy, persecution, and ruin aren’t just the vivid meanderings of a creative writer with a talent for fear tactics.
They are the openly stated goals of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Sorry, creepy clowns. You have nothing on her.