Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledges supporters after filing papers to be on the nation's earliest presidential primary ballot, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Back in 2008, when Hillary Clinton made her first attempt at coronation, she ran an ad touting here experience. We don’t know what that overwhelming experience was. When she ran for the Democrat nomination for president her experience was limited to land speculation, a brief foray into commodities trading, sleeping with Bill Clinton, a somnolent two-year stint at US Senator and a lifetime of grifting.

If the centerpiece of her campaign was her experience, the defining ad of her unsuccessful bid was the laughable 3am ad.

Really? When the phone rings at 3am you want an elderly, out of touch Democrat apparatchik to answer it?

Now, thanks to the efforts of Judicial Watch, we have a very good idea what would happen when that phone rings.
Included is an email chain showing that Clinton slept late the Saturday after the Benghazi attack and missed a meeting that her staff had been trying to set up about sensitive intelligence issues, including the Presidential Daily Brief, on a day she was to make a slew of phone calls to foreign leaders.

Here you can see that Hillary was supposed to have a briefing on Benghazi and other issues at around 10am. At 10:42am, Hillary finally awakens. What is also terrifying about this exchange is that even though she doesn’t check in via email until three-quarters of an hour after the meeting was scheduled, no one dares to try to contact her — if we are assuming Huma Abedin was not in Hillary’s quarters when the emails came. And when she does wake up she discovers she doesn’t know what she is supposed to do that day. It must have been one helluva Friday night.

So when that phone rings at 3am or at 10am or 4pm we know what Hillary will be doing: sleeping. One is left with the inescapable conclusion that Hillary Clinton does not have the physical or mental stamina for anything more demanding than being adored by her sycophants.