So Far, Hillary’s Campaign Is Hysterical


So far, the Hillary Clinton campaign is funny if nothing else. She won’t answer serious questions, ignores the common folk she purports to champion, and the campaign reporters are running after her van as if they had a bomb strapped to their backs, giving a whole new meaning to the term “lapdog media.”

The big news yesterday, which was played over and over in the mainstream media, was that she went into a Chipotle fast food restaurant and wasn’t recognized. The manager said she had sunglasses on. She didn’t bother to eat with the common folk there according to some reports.

Hill in her van

Hillary gave a speech condemning the high-salaried CEOs even though she herself is worth a hundred million dollars. She was serious.

Hordes of reporters are running around after her like buffoons. It’s pitiful.

They are pretending she’s electrifying.

Hillary is under fire for buying more than 2 million fake followers or followers that have never tweeted, the Daily Mail reports. She only has 3.6 million in total and some of the those are people who don’t like her but want to see what she’s up to like me.

Hillary’s daughter Chelsea sees her mother as something special.

Perhaps she should be crowned and she should have supreme authority over Congress, the Supreme Court and the people, just like her soon-to-be predecessor.

Bernie’s not speaking literally of course, but he’s not far off.

Chelsea was interviewed by Elle magazine and said:

“…when you ask about the importance of having a woman president, absolutely it’s important, for, yes, symbolic reasons — symbols are important; it is important who and what we choose to elevate, and to celebrate. And one of our core values in this country is that we are the land of equal opportunity, but when equal hasn’t yet included gender, there is a fundamental challenge there that, I believe, having our first woman president — whenever that is— will help resolve.”

Hillary has been crowned by the media as her comic exhibition gets underway. Let’s see if Republicans can defeat her $3 billion dollar war chest, her fabrications, and her lapdog media.