Thank you to the Blogger who calls herself the Duchess of Hackney.
The Duchess has rightly described the Judge Adams situation as a public carnival, and Hillary as the girl who “will not shut up.” The Duchess is right when she points out the analogy of Hillary as “running with scissors.”
The Duchess is reporting that Hillary has now revealed in a tweet that her father is addicted to pain killers. Hillary alleges in a tweet:
“He used painkillers, morphine, and even fentanyl lollipops, which are supposed to only be for the terminally ill.”
Who goes around exposing their father’s addictions on Twitter for Heaven’s sake!? Who does that? Spiteful, ugly, thoughtless, unloving human beings –that’s who. Then, when someone asked Hillary about her father’s drug use, Hillary replied:
“No idea, that was something that happened before I was sentient as far as I know.”
As the Duchess wisely remarked, how can Hillary publicly accuse her father of this alleged drug use when she isn’t even sure if it’s true? Is her mother telling her this stuff? I find Hillary’s mother to be an instigator, and a vengeful woman who is orchestrating a lot of bad behavior.
Hillary having been a victim as a child and teen is no longer even in my radar. She has successfully caused me to have little sympathy for her, and to now have sympathy for the man who beat her. Hillary has totally deflected from the subject of child abuse and turned herself into a passive-aggressive victimizer.
Hillary is no defender of children or voice for abuse survivors. I don’t want her in my camp, that’s for sure.
I think the Duchess is totally right on when she points out that Hillary has now jumped on the “fame” bandwagon. Hillary sure seems to be enjoying the media spotlight, plane rides around the country for interviews, and all the free hotels, meals, and luxuries that go along with it.
“I still say you’re not famous until someone stops you in public. Hasn’t happened yet, I can still run around unnoticed!”
The Duchess writes:
“I don’t know if to blame [Hillary and her mother’s] behaviour on the alleged abuse they claim they suffered or just a reflection of their true personalities.”
Good question Duchess, because there is no real way of knowing. Some people, victims in childhood or not, are just plain selfish, self-centered people.