Hillary Clinton Drops Unusual Admission On Kill Plot

Hillary Clinton Drops Unusual Admission On Kill Plot

On a podcast hosted by Marc Elias, a Democratic election law expert, Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State and three-time unsuccessful presidential candidate, delivered a stark warning regarding former President Donald Trump.

Clinton expressed her concern that if Trump were to reclaim the presidency, he might resort to extreme measures against his opponents, such as imprisonment or worse.

Speaking on the "Defending Democracy" podcast, she suggested that Trump admires autocratic leaders like Vladimir Putin and may seek to emulate their tactics of stifling dissent.

Despite facing relentless negative media coverage, including several debunked stories during his time in office, Trump did not pursue the imprisonment or assassination of his political adversaries.

Clinton's assertions lack concrete evidence and historical precedent to support her claims against Trump.

She went on to suggest that Trump idolizes authoritarian figures and aspires to govern without constraints, similar to leaders like Putin, Xi Jinping, and Kim Jong-un.

Clinton also voiced her apprehension about the possibility of Trump winning reelection, speculating about potential consequences such as the United States withdrawing from NATO and reverting to autocratic governance.

However, there is more substantial evidence supporting claims of political persecution under the Biden administration compared to those against a potential Trump government.

The Biden administration's approval of the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago in 2022 and the subsequent appointment of Special Counsel Jack Smith to oversee investigations suggest a targeted approach towards Trump and his associates.

Furthermore, there are allegations of collaboration between the Biden administration, the Department of Justice, and Congressional Democrats to pursue legal action against Trump, including in cases related to the 2024 election and alleged financial misconduct.

The involvement of key figures like Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, along with the reshuffling of Justice Department officials, raises concerns about potential political interference and manipulation of the legal system.

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