Thursday, October 6, 2016


Do Americans want a scripted - rehearsed leader in the Oval Office telling you what you want to hear but being void of any genuine emotion to back it up?

Even though she is good with memorizing her lines and following a script she is terrible at delivery.

People experience her as detached; flat affect, no passion, forced laughter; all poor qualities for an actor which breeds mistrust.

Just over six months ago, before she had the nomination wrapped up, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton made an appearance on "The Steve Harvey Show."

Clinton was billed as the "surprise guest" in a Q & A segment, but according to a leaked email from within the Clinton campaign, very little about her appearance was a surprise — right down to a photo of a 12-year-old Hillary and the candidate's response to a number of questions.

The email, first published on the DC Leaks site, outlined her appearance in detail and explained the purpose for doing the show:

"The purpose of this interview is to reach African American and women voters. We reached out to the show because it is the most watched TV show for African Americans in the United States.

Steve’s show averages 2.6 million viewers daily and has a significant social media following. His main demographic is women ages 25-54. Steve is known to be a host who goes out of his way to make his guests feel comfortable."

But then the email got into even more detail. Photos that Harvey would show and even questions he would ask were included. But even more shocking were the answers that had been scripted out for the candidate: