The Bonnie & Clyde National Airport, oh, no sorry, I mean the Clinton National Airport, honest mistake, might soon lose its name.
An Arkansas lawmaker wants to strip the Clinton name from the largest and busiest airport. Legislator Jason Rapert said he introduced the legislation after several Arkansans said they were uncomfortable with the Clinton name.
The legislation would prohibit public buildings or civil works from being named for anyone living or who served in public office in the 10 years prior to the structure’s completion.
The bill doesn’t mention the Clintons.
“You have a president who was impeached for having an affair with an intern in the Oval Office and then disbarred,” said state Sen. Jason Rapert, the bill’s author and one of the Arkansas legislature’s most outspoken conservatives.
President Clinton was impeached in 1998 by the U.S. House of Representatives. He was accused of obstructing justice by lying under oath about a sexual relationship with a White House intern, Monica Lewinsky. Clinton was acquitted in a Senate trial the following year.
He was guilty, however.
There were many other scandals associated with Bubba, including allegations of rape.
The Hillary scandals are too voluminous to list here. Among the many: she was “extremely careless” with national security and lied to the authorities 39 times. She lies all the time.
The Clintons also have a pay-to-play charity.
Rapert, whose Senate district does not include Little Rock, said he introduced the legislation after “several Arkansans across the state” had expressed to him their “discomfort” with naming its largest airport after the controversial Clintons.
The Clintons are considered controversial, but they’re actually corrupt.
It might not be approved or it might not affect the Clinton National Airport once it is considered, but Rapert said the bill would prevent this kind of thing from happening in the future.