Hillary Rodham Clinton, former Secretary of Sate, hit it out of the park, grand slam walk off home run.
I watched the entire hostile examination of a witness, who volunteered to testify.
On 22 October 2015 from 10 AM till 9 PM – 11 hours – grilled like no man has ever been grilled in any court of law, excepting under conditions of torture. Yet this was not supposed to be a prosecutorial endeavor
The hillbillies in suits, all with political agendas, were there en force. It didn’t matter that they were few, what mattered was that their mission was to destroy this woman, and they had the backing of a multitude of like-minded individuals.
They did not do that, they could not do it, because believe it or not, she had just enough hillbilly in her to resist all of their attempts, while providing with facts after facts (not something any one of them could have done) answering every single question they asked – for 11 hours.
The animosity in that kangaroo court was appalling, certainly a bad example to the rest of the world – and trust that the entire world was watching.
Hillary Rodham Clinton stayed focused right till adjournment – again I say no man under the same circumstances could have done it with her deliberateness, her composure while under relentless attack, her knowledge, and her recall of details with every question, that no human being would be expected to recall.
That’s the person I want as President of the United States of America.
Hillary ‘made her bones’ tonight.
Like I say, she has just enough hillbilly in her to take on the whole of Congress.
And every hillbilly in the USA saw what I saw.
Thank you Hillary for your continued service.
~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight
Although Hillary was testifying before the House Select Committee regarding the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, in the months preceding the 2012 terrorist attacks that killed four Americans, and the months following the attacks, it wouldn’t have mattered what she was testifying about.
Her demeanor under the pressure of an eleven hour interrogation by aggressive prosecutors with a political agenda, namely to knock her out as a presidential candidate, was a learning example to all people worldwide, women and men alike, on how to conduct themselves and how not to conduct themselves as professionals.
The stark contrast between the unprofessional behavior of her aggressors and her professional response will be studied for years to come. And rightly so.