(Bill) Clinton on "Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy" and Demographics
September 29, 2009, 10:05 PM
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There`s a lot to be said for former presidents just gracefully retiring, writing their memoirs, relaxing, taking up hobbies or playing golf. They`d certainly do less damage.

Former president Bill Clinton, however, will not shut up. In an recent interview, Clinton brought up the famed "vast-right-wing conspiracy". During his presidency, Clinton`s wife Hillary brought up the purported existence of such a conspiracy. According to the Associated Press:

Bill Clinton says a vast, right-wing conspiracy that once targeted him is now focusing on President Barack Obama. The ex-president made the comment in a television interview when he was asked about one of the signature moments of the Monica Lewinsky affair over a decade ago. Back then, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton used the term "vast, right-wing conspiracy" to describe how her husband`s political enemies were out to destroy his presidency.
Bill Clinton Speaks of Vast, Right-Wing Conspiracy

Notice what else Bill said :

Bill Clinton was asked on NBC`s "Meet the Press" whether the conspiracy is still there. He replied: "You bet. Sure it is. It`s not as strong as it was because America has changed demographically. But it`s as virulent as it was."
Did you catch that about the demographic change weakening the "the vast right-wing conspiracy"? In other words, Clinton is pointing out that immigration is swamping American with Democratic voters and he`s happy with that.

What about the supposed "vast right-wing conspiracy"? Wouldn`t it be working overtime to stop the importation of Democratic voters? Why hasn`t it had much success on that?