Why I’m Thankful Hillary Clinton Isn’t President

We are roughly a year removed from the election. In retrospect, many have wondered if they made the right choice. Here are five reasons why I’m still glad that Hillary Clinton isn’t the president.

1. National Security

Can you fathom how tenuous our national safety would be with Hillary Clinton at be helm? With her liberal ideologies (and lets me honest, the fact that she’s a woman), our enemies would certainly sense weakness and be making plans to bring us to our knees. Imagine what it would be like to be living in semi-constant fear of a nuclear attack because of her ineptitude internationally. Chilling.

2. The Emails

We may never know what was in those emails. But we know with certainty they were full of bad, incriminating evidence. They were probably full of things that would completely disqualify her from being President.

She lied about them. We cannot have a liar in the White House. We need someone who always speaks the truth in the Oval Office.

3. Possible Russian Ties

I saw on Fox News (none of the other news outlets were covering it, obviously. Thankful for Fair and Balanced.) the other day that Hillary has potential ties to Russia. Russia!! Unreal.

4. Proximity to a Predator

Many of you may not know, but Hillary Clinton is married to Bill Clinton. And Bill Clinton’s record is far from squeaky clean. He is almost certainly a sexual predator. What on earth would the White House look like if someone that connected to sexual assault charges were around? That, to me, would be enough to disqualify her from the office.

5. Power Hungry

Hillary Clinton has wanted to be President for a long time. Can you imagine what she would be like if she got it? Imagine a power-hungry egomaniac just being handed the keys to the country. That would be terrifying. She would likely think she could say or do anything with no consequences. She doesn’t want to help anyone. She just wants the power and the position.

Thankfully, she isn’t. So we don’t have to worry about any of that. Thank goodness.

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