Many great questions came up in this debate, to both Candidates, and the answers they revealed about their plans are the reason we have these debates to begin with. What was revealed, this time was Hillarys view of her Presidency…
“What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs,while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly, and minimizing job loss for fossil power plant workers?”
Hillary shared her intentions of perpetuating “Climate Change” to empower the EPA to regulate energy companies out of this country. It is the Globalist agenda to allow foreign governments to regulate energy in the United States, thereby sending our energy jobs overseas. Donald Trump wants to use alternative energy and clean coal, fracking, which will be environmentally friendly, but also keep jobs in the United States.
SUPREME COURT APPOINTEES
As many are aware, in the next 4 years, there is an estimated as many as 6 seats, that will be filled in the supreme court by the next President. These seats, as written by our forefathers, exist to interpret the constitution as it is written, with no decision bearing any biased opinion by the justices themselves. The Candidates are very clear about what their criteria will be in deciding those Supreme Court Justices in the coming years:
Hillary says she wants to appoint Justices that will make important Supreme Court decisions based on the times we live in — obviously according to her own views of what the law should be. Donald Trump said he will appoint Justices in the mold of Justice Scalia, who will enforce the Constitution.
In an epic moment in the second debate Donald Trump even suggested he would appoint a special prosecutor to look into Hillary Clinton’s illegal activities, and the all-time memorable moment is when Hillary said she was glad Trump wasn’t in charge of the laws of this country, and Trump answered: “Because you’d be in jail” — evoking applause and cheers from the audience.
THE SYRIAN CONFLICT
The question about Aleppo and the humanitarian crisis was asked and Hillary Clinton replied:
…We need some leverage with the Russians, because they are not going to come to the negotiating table for a diplomatic resolution, unless there is some leverage over them. And we have to work more closely with our partners and allies on the ground.
She replied that special forces and training rebels as well as having leverage over Russia was her strategy. She also admitted that Putin doesn’t like her at all. So becuase Russia doesn’t like her, does that mean we have to force Russia to the table by some threatening means? That’s what she suggested. It appears that this is her strategy for every battle. If they don’t like her, force them by threat.
She uses the strategy of “Special Forces”, and told everyone her strategy for Syria, except for the actual date. She even named a head figure of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi which she will target as President. Hillary didn’t say why we need to be in the conflict, but did suggest we need to arm more rebels to fight the Syrian Army. Historically, this is always created a Terror cell after the mission has been accomplished, or forgotten.
The moderator asked Donald Trump: “What do you think will happen if it falls? Trump answered:
I think that it basically has fallen. OK? It basically has fallen. Let me tell you something. You take a look at Mosul. The biggest problem I have with the stupidity of our foreign policy, we have Mosul. They think a lot of the ISIS leaders are in Mosul. So we have announcements coming out of Washington and coming out of Iraq, we will be attacking Mosul in three weeks or four weeks.
The moderator, at one point, when Trump asks, Why would they warn the enemy. Raddatz argued like a candidate and said: There could be many reasons: “To help civilians escape; Psychological warfare…” as if ABC’s Raddatz thought she was the opposing candidate.