Since 2016, I have repeatedly read and watched videos indicating Hillary Clinton had a screaming outburst:
“If that f__king bastard (Donald Trump) wins, we all hang from nooses.”
It’s never been much of a secret, from White House staff, Secret Service agents, and campaign organizers that Hillary Clinton has a fiery reputation to the core for her vile mouth.
She was consistently rude to the agents who protected her with their lives, and dismissive of White House staffers. As first lady, she ordered everyone to not speak to her or look her in the eye if they encountered her in hallways. Staffers were said to hide behind curtains when they saw her.
Generally speaking, Secret Service agents are not going to speak much about Hillary’s temperament. However, Arkansas State Troopers and staff from the days of Bill Clinton’s governorship days are not so quiet.
Sally Miller told me that when she and then Gov. Clinton were having their affair, the state troopers would notoriously do anything to avoid her wrath.
“They despised her so much that they dutifully enjoyed arranging for Bill and my rendezvous,” Miller said. “It was their revenge and they did it with smiles on their faces. She was a ‘nut case’ they would say.”
On page 90 of his book American Evita, author Christopher Anderson, writes the response Hillary yelled to her State Trooper body guards after one of them greeted her with “Good Morning.”
“F__k off! It’s enough I have to see you sh_t-kickers every day, I’m not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G_damn job and keep your mouth shut.”
Gary Aldrich, the FBI Agent in Charge of Clinton detail wrote the book Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House.
“Stay the fuck back, stay the fuck back away from me,” Hillary screamed at Secret Service agents, Agent Aldridge wrote. “Don’t come within ten yards of me, or else! Just fucking do as I say, Okay!!?”
With some research, I found an original source of the “all hang from nooses” quote. It is Bill Still, of The Still Report videos on YouTube.
A former newspaper editor and publisher. He has written for USA Today, The Saturday Evening Post, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, OMNI magazine, and has also produced the syndicated radio program, Health News. He has written 23 books and two documentary videos.
According to Still, during a Trump-Clinton presidential campaign event at the Commander-In-Chief Forum on September 7, 2016, moderator Matt Lauer went “off script” and asked Hillary about her using an illegal, private email-server when she was secretary of state.
According to Bill Still’s source — an unnamed “NBC associate producer of the forum” — Hillary was so enraged that, after the forum, she went into a ballistic melt-down, screaming at her staff, including a racist rant at Donna Brazile, calling Brazile a “buffalo” and “janitor”.
At that point, Brazile recently turned against Hillary. This is the NBC associate producer’s account of what happened:
“Hillary proceeded to pick up a full glass of water and throw it at the face of the assistant, and the screaming started.
She was in a full meltdown and no one on her staff dared speak with her — she went kind of manic and did not have any control over herself at that point.
How these people work with this woman is amazing to me. She really didn’t seem to care who heard any of it.
You really had to see this to believe it. She came apart — literally unglued. She is the most foul-mouthed woman I’ve ever heard. And that voice at screech level — awful!
She screamed she’d get that f__king Lauer fired for this.
Referring to Donald Trump, Clinton said, ‘If that f__king bastard wins, we all hang from nooses!’
‘Lauer’s finished, and if I lose, it’s all on your heads for screwing this up.’
Her dozen or more aides were visibly disturbed and tried to calm her down when she started shaking uncontrollably as she screamed to get an executive at Comcast, the parent company of NBC Universal, on the phone. Then two rather large aides grabbed her and helped her walk to her car.”
Bill Still reported:
“Matt Lauer was massively criticized for the rest of the week on air by the Clinton campaign and the rest of the MSM as having conducted ‘an unfair and partisan attack on Clinton’.
Calls were made to The New York Times, The Washington Post, Huffington Post and Twitterexecutives, with orders to crush Matt Lauer.
One staffer on the Clinton campaign told the NBC staff that they all fear Clinton’s wrath and uncontrollable outbursts, and one described Hillary as ‘an egotistical psychopath’.
Since Hillary does not allow any staff to have cell phones when she is in their presence, no footage is available.
Interim DNC chairman Donna Brazile, the first black woman to hold the position, was singled out by Hillary during the rant.
She screamed at Donna, ‘I’m so sick of your face! You stare at the wall like a brain-dead buffalo, while letting that f_cking Lauer get away with this! What are you good for, really? Get the f_ck to work, janitoring this mess, do I make myself clear?’
A female NBC executive said Donna Brazile looked at Mrs. Clinton and never flinched, which seemed to enrage Hillary all the more.
The executive continued: ‘It was the most awful and terrible and racist display. Such a profane meltdown I have ever witnessed from anyone, and I will never forget it. That woman should never see the inside of the Oval Office, I can tell you that. She was unhinged and just continued to verbally abuse everyone. She was out of control.’”
“If you want to remain on this detail, get your f__king ass over here and grab those bags,” Hillary screeched to a Secret Service agent as outlined on page 259 of The First Partner: Hillary Rodham Clinton, by Joyce Milton.
The agent was reluctant to carry her luggage because he wanted to keep his hands free in case of a security incident occurred.
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