If Elected President, Hillary Clinton Will Use Chemtrails to Increase America’s Lesbian Population
Calculating and uptight, passionate and determined. Oh yes, these are words that Hillary Clinton will want you to believe about her as she announces her candidacy for US president.
But mark my words, my friends. Hillary Clinton is the mighty right hand of a one-two punch the liberals planned with 8-years of Obama rule, then eight years under a veiled lesbian-supporting socialist.
Yes, Hillary Clinton may seem like a proud, tough woman who can tangle with the Sauds and Russians on the political front, but make no mistake, this is all a front. Take a good look at college-aged Hillary Clinton and you can’t help but think of female Ivy league social clubs, nightime wrestling parties of tshirts and knickerbockers revealing flashes of toned, East-coast sunned thighs and physician perked assets falling into the throes of lesbian forays.
Yes, look into Clinton’s eyes and you can see a soft spot for lesbianism. This makes Clinton a prime candidate for the powerful Illuminati who sponsor the current homosexual chemtrails that force American men to be confused about their homosexuality. Under Clinton, the numbers of confessing lesbians and proselytes to lesbianism will sharply increase.
Hillary’s greatest enemy is Christian America and the values this nation was built upon. If we let Hillary into office, she will continue Obama’s assault on Jesus and end-goal of smashing America’s Christian foundation into bits and pieces.
Why Would Hillary Clinton Support Lesbian-Inducing Chemtrails?
Even though we have speculative facts about Hillary’s elite forays into lesbian at a college age, we must remember Clinton’s heart is always set on a pointed agenda. Clinton does not play softball, she plays baseball.
The grand slam expose in Clinton’s future agenda comes from a quote she gave in 2012:
In addition to new funding, we’ve launched a new program that will be the centerpiece of our foreign policy, the Global Health Initiative, which commits us to spending $63 billion over six years to improve global health by investing in efforts to reduce maternal and child mortality, prevent millions of unintended pregnancies, and avert millions of new HIV infections, among other goals. This initiative will employ a new approach to fighting disease and promoting health.