Today I do not take any pleasure in proving myself right because my intentions are not to be right or hopefully wrong, but to open the eyes of voters everywhere.
It has always been my opinion that the sacrifice of one day every four years to go vote is not that much of a deal to have the opportunity to live in this great nation.
Now that the corruption of Hillary Clinton is out in the open, I wonder what could happen to all those votes of people who voted early in this election if she is indicted and/or charged with a crime.
Is that too difficult to see or to understand? If Hillary Clinton is charged with a crime and she cannot prove her innocence, she would not be able to realize her lifelong dream of being president.
There is no doubt that she sacrificed her integrity and her dignity — and was overwhelmingly embarrassed worldwide when she accepted her husband’s infidelity, going on right under her own nose — just to hang in there so she might one day be president.
Then, we had all those emails that made her look like a liar and a corrupted individual, even as she continued to deny any wrongdoing every time she opened her mouth.
The Atlantic Newspaper reported just yesterday that “The FBI will investigate newly revealed emails from Hillary Clinton related to her use of a private email server and address while secretary of state,
Director James Comey informed the chairs of relevant congressional committees on Friday.
One thing after the other, and nothing is going well in the life of Hillary Clinton, yet she is still infatuated with becoming president at all costs.
Even former California Democratic Party Chairman Bill Press told WND that controversies surrounding Hillary should convince members of his own party an uncontested coronation of Clinton as the party’s 2016 nominee for the White House is a very risky idea and should encourage other Democrats to throw their hats in the ring.
It is a wonder how Clinton is still running for the presidency and how she still has followers within her own party.
People do not have to listen to what I have to say if they think that I may be unfair in the opinion I have formed of the Democrat candidate, but nowadays it’s very easy to go on the Internet and read what others have to say.
Clinton still talks about helping undocumented people to stay in the country, as Obama has done every four years during election time — and after eight years, his promises have not been fulfilled.
According to Clinton, the plan of Trump would create a scary fiasco in that immigration officers would be going from school to school, picking up undocumented students.
Clinton insisted that she is for a secure border, but the moderator reminded her of the same speech in Brazil that Trump mentioned.
Democrats have been playing these games with illegals for many years since they changed their position on immigration after realizing that those immigrants could be votes in any election.
On October 20 our own Alexandra Cohen reminded the readers of the Las Vegas Tribune that in 1993, former Majority Leader US Senator Harry Reid was against illegals and in a press release unveiling the bill, Reid noted the following: “Our borders have overflowed with illegal immigrants placing tremendous burdens on our criminal justice system, schools and social programs.”
“The Immigration and Naturalization Service needs the ability to step up enforcement,” Reid said. “Our federal wallet is stretched to the limit by illegal aliens getting welfare, food stamps, medical care and other benefits, often without paying any taxes,” Reid wrote in a press release.
Isn’t Harry Reid supposed to be the Godfather of the illegals? How can he be so wishy-washy as to have conceived opposing opinions of those who are in the country illegally? It is called politics.
Yes, the politics of Democrats; the Democrats are the only ones that have the right to change their minds whenever it is convenient to them.
Listen to what I say: the only candidate that can save this country from a catastrophe is Donald Trump and that is why we have to make sure that he is elected on November 8, Election Day.
No one has said it better than Alexandra Cohen in that October 20th article when she wrote, “President Obama is known as the ‘deportation president’; the number of illegals his administration has deported prove that the Democrats play games with issues of importance, as is the immigration issue.”
“Clinton promised a safe place to the same people Obama rounded up and deported, but they need to blame it on Donald Trump; it will be all Donald Trump’s idea and plan when he wins the election on the 8th of November.”
All I am asking from those who are still thinking about voting for Hillary Clinton is to look at both sides and analyze what both candidates have to say; what are their motives to be running for the highest position of this great nation and see who needs the job more. Yet more important, who do we as a country need on the job.
My name is Rolando Larraz, and as always, I approved this column. Rolando Larraz is Editor in Chief of the Las Vegas Tribune. His column appears weekly in this newspaper. To contact Rolando Larraz, email him at: Rlarraz@lasvegastribune.com or at 702-272-4634.