A billion-dollar loss in a year? Is that all?
Clinton asks, “What kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a year?”
She knows what kind of genius.
He campaigned for her in this election.
Warren Buffett—Clinton’s leftist billionaire comrade—would laugh his head off at such trivial amounts.
IN TWO DAYS WARREN BUFFETT LOST $2, 000, 000, 000.
Using that math, Buffett would’ve lost over $365, 000, 000, 000 in a year.
It’s not a typo.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB) investment house holds big pieces of Coke and IBM, both took a hammering in October of 2014.
He took a $1 billion hit on Coke (KO). Even worse, Coke said it didn’t expect a much better 2015.
Coke, one of Buffett’s largest investments, is his baby.
Don’t think for one second that he didn’t have his pecuniary team cleaning up the disastrous mess long before the debacle even hit Berkshire.
Undoubtedly, with even greater proficiency than Trump’s accounting team.
Think about that next time you take a sip of your Coke.
And Clinton—who’s never taken a risk of her own, always using taxpayer coffers to shelter herself—dares to scoff at Trump.
This deplorable candidate—reeking with the stink of DC’s mountain of scandals, political perversion, and waste—is a corrupter, with an impertinence that is utterly revolting.
While she rails on Trump for losing a billion, did she ever level a single word of admonition at her plutocrat elitist?
What do you think?
This election is a test that the US Citizens must pass, if they desire to remain the country of Washington and Jefferson.
Very little remains of the country that was birthed in 1776 on the inspiration of the guileless, unpretentious agronomists who tilled the loam and clay bordering the Tiber River into a Republic and a mighty empire.
It is my sacred wish that enough remains of the memory that was the United States of America in 1776 to save it from the adversity that has annihilated its economy, ruined much its culture, and broken its heart.
I further wish that if we are to die as a culture and a nation—that it be at the hands of an outside enemy, not because of the untrustworthy, disreputable politicians who have buried us in debt ($21, 000, 000, 000, 000) and ravished a civilization that gave rise to such a spectacle of Liberty.
I love the United States of America.
I hope enough US Citizens love our country enough to save it.
Author of Publius: Libertas Aut Mors & Sword and the Pythia