LETTER: ‘Hillary’s America’ a dire prediction

The outlook if Clinton is elected is grim indeed.

After reading “Clinton Cash” and watching “Hillary’s America” this past week, I have never been more worried about our country and the course it may take by the election of Hillary Clinton.

Even if you now plan to vote for her, please take a moment to consider the following:

She and her husband, Bill, have consorted with some of the most vile and unprincipled people on the planet through the Clinton Foundation, handling millions if not billions of public money without stringent accountability.

This public disclosure of her malfeasance has elicited little if any comment from her campaign.

If you or I were accused of such activity, by now, we would have taken our accusers to court for libel.

The problems of her emails may not be fully disclosed before the election, but I clearly heard the FBI director say that she was “extremely careless” in handling this sensitive material, hardly an endorsement for a presidential candidate.

Dinesh D’Souza’s revelations in his film about the Democrats is particularly relevant and gives us a glimpse of the future of the downtrodden in this country — more handouts and greater dependency.

These are just a few of my thoughts at this critical hour.

If you disagree, of course vote your conscience; however, if you agree, please do what you can in these remaining days to alert your family and friends of the dire outlook for our country with the election of Hillary Clinton.

Glenn Wiggins,

Port Angeles

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