Predators for Hillary

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MarkSteyn:

It’s odd the things that catch the eye of the Internet. My comparison of Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton was a throwaway aside on yesterday’s Rush Limbaugh Show. I spent less time on it than on the question of whether President Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick (NBC’s Lisa Myers to Mrs Broaddrick: “The good news is you’re credible. The bad news is you’re very credible”)

or on the fact that more recently Clinton was a frequent guest of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who flew the former President on “Lolita One” at least 11 times to the island resort where he kept “slaves”, and that a procurer of underage girls was among the guests Bill invited to Chelsea’s wedding.

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3 Comments on Predators for Hillary

  1. Cosby likes his women heavily drugged and not moving.

    He should have got a job as an undertaker.

    They get all the women they want.

    And they don’t move.

  2. Psychopathic traits include superficial charm (illustrated in this stock image), a grandiose notion of self-worth, the need for stimulation and impulsiveness, pathological lying, the ability to manipulate others and a lack of remorse and empathy
    HOW TO SPOT A PSYCHOPATH: FROM CHARM TO MANIPULATION
    Psychopaths display different traits depending on their disorder, but common signs include superficial charm, a grandiose notion of self-worth, the need for stimulation and impulsiveness, pathological lying, the ability to manipulate others and a lack of remorse and empathy.
    Experts claim people usually find psychopaths intriguing, but can’t put their finger on why.
    This is down to incongruous behaviour because psychopaths tend to do a lot of acting to deceive, or mimic normal reactions, sometimes changing their views and reactions quickly.
    For example, Mr Wells said upon meeting someone, he tries to become ‘the most interesting person they know’ and presumably adopts suitable interests and responses to do this.
    His response also gives away another common trait – a grandiose notion of self-worth – in that he can be the most interesting person in the room.
    Psychopaths occasionally tend to exhibit unconvincing emotional responses, with slip-ups including tone of voice or body language.

    Psychopaths occasionally tend to exhibit unconvincing emotional responses , with slip-ups including tone of voice or body language. They will also offer to do favours and tell false secrets (stock image) to people to gain their complete trust
    This may be because they are unable to understand emotions such as fear and love, but can mimic them.
    Generally psychopaths’ ’emotions’ are shallow and short-lived and there is a manipulative ulterior motive to showing them.
    For example, Mr Wells said he offers to do favours and tells false secrets to people to gain their complete trust.
    He also displays insincere charm – another trait associated with psychopaths.
    He says: ‘I keep secrets, and tell them fake secrets to further gain their trust, and once they trust me enough, I ask for favours, reminding them of the favours I did them. I can get literally anything from them, which is incredibly useful.’
    Psychopaths typically display an incredible ability to manipulate others and sometimes take pleasure in doing so.
    Psychopaths often have an air of superiority about them, perhaps shown by Mr Wells’ belief he can spot other psychopaths
    Even expert Dr Hare warns that anyone can be duped during a short interaction with a psychopath.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3379996/How-spot-psychopath-Expert-reveals-traits-look-charm-eccentricity-manipulation.html#ixzz3vy4qVRPj
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