I’ve always been superstitious, and I’m not afraid to admit it. It’s something that has stuck with me since childhood.
Pennies are only to be picked up for luck if they are heads up. There is a horseshoe hanging above the door to my home at all times. I don’t walk under ladders, and I’ve certainly made a mess in a packed restaurant by attempting to covertly toss salt over my shoulder.
When it comes to black cats crossing my path, however, I am far more concerned with sighting of Hillary Clinton than I am of frightening felines. That’s because, every time we have an unexpected sighting of the former First Lady, bad news is sure to follow.
Hillary Clinton told Stephen Colbert Friday that the FBI needs to investigate the sexual misconduct allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
The two-time presidential loser appeared on the anti-Trump late-night show to publicize the paperback version of her book What Happened. Inevitably, the conversation turned to the 36-year-old allegations against the supreme court nominee.
Republicans are “trying to rush this through to the detriment of the American public who deserves to have answers to whatever charges might be presented,” she said.
“So I’m hoping that at some point there will be an agreement to have an investigation,” she added. “It would be very easy for the FBI to go back and finish the background investigation, to investigate these charges.”
The FBI has already completed six background checks on Kavanaugh.
The FBI has rejected the idea of an investigation on more than one occasion already, and logic dictates that 35 year old allegations of sexual improprieties at high school parties aren’t exactly within their jurisdiction to begin with.
And let’s not get started with how Hillary Clinton has treated the women who have accused her husband of worse.
With a broken mirror, we know that the superstitious cost is 7 years of bad luck. Thank goodness we didn’t elect Hillary Clinton…we could have ended up with 8 years of catastrophic consequences instead.