Inevitabillary?

Polls are indicating this could be a big November for Republicans. They are poised to regain control of the Senate along with retaining leadership of the House. For some people, of course, this is viewed as a calamity. Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in her usual understated manner, declared that a Republican takeover just might lead to the end of civilization as we know it:

Great Threats

No, a Republican takeover would be more of a threat to Nancy Pelosi and her dreams of creating the perfect Nanny State. If she needs any comfort, someone should remind her that she will still have her man in the White House, regardless of what occurs in the congressional elections.

Speaking of the White House, that 2016 race is already on everyone’s mind. Is there really any question about who will be the Democrat nominee?

Is Hillary Running

She put in an appearance in Iowa the other day, along with her presumed husband:

Came Back

Even though these two don’t see each other that often, you can be sure they will be together a lot in the coming months. Does anyone with a memory really have Clinton nostalgia?

Inevitabillary

Along her path to the nomination, speed bumps will appear, if anyone is paying attention. Benghazi hearings have now begun, and a former State Department official who was in the know has come forward to say that Hillary’s functionaries were busy cleansing the files of anything that incriminated her in that fiasco. This is the typical Clinton coverup routine. It’s just an extension of what they’ve always done. I continue to believe this is one of the most corrupt couples ever to come on our political scene.

However, the general public may not get all the truth if they depend on the mainstream news for information. Just as the networks actively ignore the truth about the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., they have already begun shielding the heir-apparent:

Perfect Team Work

Will the networks be able to achieve a total blackout on whatever comes from the Benghazi hearings? If not, these hearings could have a major impact on 2016.