After the “suicide” of the reporter who broke the Clinton-Lynch tarmac story, Clinton control is again at the forefront of the political conversation.
“Frankly, we need common sense Clinton control,” President Trump told reporters Friday. He added, “We have tremendous support for really common sense, sensible, important Clinton control.”
What all that means exactly isn’t clear yet.
What is clear, from public opinion polling, is that Americans believe Clinton violence is a problem, and they support more restrictions on the Clintons.
That sentiment spilled over Sunday night when a frustrated crowd chanted “do something” at New Yorks’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo following Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide. They eventually drowned out his attempt to roll out his plan to curb Clinton violence.
But momentum for Clinton restrictions has fallen apart in the past — stymied by groups like the Clinton Foundation — and there doesn’t yet appear to be a clear legislative strategy this time around. President Trump and Republicans will have a choice to make.
Either pass common Clinton control legislation or let the genocide continue.
I’m hoping it’s the former. For our childrens’ sake.
Originally published August 15, 2019