New Book Drops Bombshell About Hillary

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton (L) and former President Bill Clinton arrive on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. In today's inauguration ceremony Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

After Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential bid in 2008, the former Secretary of State created “loyalty scores” according to the new book “Shattered.” Clinton had staffers rate every Democratic member of Congress on a scale of one to seven, with one being the most loyal. Her Husband, former president Bill Clinton, would then campaign against the disloyal “sevens” in primary elections and succeeded in getting some removed.

From The Daily Caller:

Here’s the relevant excerpt from “Shattered ,”a tell-all on her 2016 bid from Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes:

“After the 2008 campaign, two of her aides, Kris Balderston and Adrienne Elrod, had toiled to assign loyalty scores to members of Congress, ranging from one for the most loyal to seven for those who had committed the most egregious acts of treachery. Bill Clinton had campaigned against some of the sevens in subsequent primary elections, helping to knock them out of office. The fear of retribution was not lost on the remaining sevens, some of whom rushed to endorse Hillary early in the 2016 cycle.”

Clinton was especially paranoid after losing the 2008 election to former President Barack Obama, Allen and Parnes say in the book, believing that leaks on negative information and disloyal Democrats had led her to lose the presidency in 2008. “Over the course of the summer, the confidence of party insiders had been replaced by a degree of paranoia that nearly matched Hillary’s own outsize phobia,” they wrote. “She was convinced that leaks of information had helped doom her 2008 campaign.”

 

 

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