[Disturbing] Why Hillary Would Be the Worst President Ever
Mark my word…
If Hillary Clinton wins the election, she will become the worst president in history of the United States.
Yes, worse than Buchanan, Pierce, Harding and even Hoover.
Disturbingly, the reason she will be the worst president ever has nothing to do with her role in Benghazi … nothing to do with her email scandal … and it has nothing to do with her flip-flopping on key political issues.
As a matter of fact, it has nothing to do with Hillary at all.
The reason her presidency will be disastrous for America is because of one key issue that President Obama — and every Democrat in D.C. for that matter — is blatantly ignoring…
In short, a horrific financial crisis is brewing.
And there is nothing — absolutely nothing — that can be done to prevent it. There’s no government stimulus package that is big enough, no interest-rate cut dramatic enough and no tax cut deep enough to prevent the inevitable.
Due to Washington’s negligence, this crisis is days away from unleashing an unstoppable economic collapse that will send the stock market down 80%, real estate down 50% and cause unemployment to triple.
I know that may sound extreme.
But please know that people doubted me when, in 1987, I predicted the coming collapse of the Soviet Union … when in 1989 I predicted the Japanese depression that struck just one year later … when I predicted the dot-com crash in 1999 and when I predicted the subprime mortgage crisis, along with the collapse of the real estate market, years in advance.
After warning my family and friends about what’s to come, I was urged to put together a presentation that reveals exactly what this next crisis is, so that Main Street America can also begin to prepare for what is about to happen.
My presentation uses 20 unquestionable charts, the government’s own data and direct quotes from former presidents to expose this crisis.
Indeed, Obama and the entire Democratic Party are terrified. But they are terrified for the wrong reasons.
They should be terrified for allowing this crisis to brew, and the aftermath that will strike the economic heart of Main Street Americans.