Less than 24 hours after the dust has settled on the Democrat-fueled Brett Kavanaugh hoax, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, one accused of several instances of sexual misconduct, the other guilty of denouncing survivors of that misconduct, have announced a speaking tour.
It is being billed as, “An Evening with President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton,” which sounds about as appealing as having one’s fingernails ripped out with pliers.
Behold the hypocrites in the Democrat Party in all their glory.
After attempting to destroy the career and life of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh over false accusations of sexual assault, they will gladly pony up hundreds of dollars to go see the Clintons on a celebrity-esque tour. If it wasn’t clear before that the Kavanaugh hoax was nothing but a disgusting power-play, it is now.
In fact, the Clinton’s are both an integral story in the current #MeToo movement – Bill for his numerous and well-documented sexual misconduct accusations, and Hillary after she refused to apologize for failing to fire a campaign staffer who had been accused of sexual harassment.
They must be under the impression that the American people are simply going to forget about their own transgressions, a highly unlikely scenario with the Kavanaugh smear fresh in their minds.
Looking forward to all of the stand with/believe women crowd going to see Bill Clinton on tour… https://t.co/0k8Mt5hRaG
— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) October 9, 2018
Tickets for the 13-city roadshow are expected to cost a pretty penny, some fetching as high as $745 each.
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The tour is being coordinated by Live Nation, who also handles speaking arrangements for other windbag, marginally-talented celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Jay-Z, and Michelle Obama.
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) October 8, 2018
Most notably, the event will include the Clinton family’s thoughts on “one of the United States’ most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections,” which is set to be either another rehash of Hillary’s losing effort in 2016 -or worse, cause for concern in those that think Hillary could run again.
A new Hillary campaign would have trouble getting traction even amongst her most ardent supporters. Recent polls show her favorability rating still at an all-time low.
Worse, it’d be difficult to get out from under the shadow of her past labeling of a good portion of the American people as ‘deplorable,’ or claiming that voters only supported President Trump because “you didn’t like black people getting rights, you don’t like women getting jobs.”
Yikes. @HillaryClinton: “I won the optimistic, diverse, moving-forward states . . . [I lost that red in the middle, where] you don’t like black people getting rights, women getting jobs, where you don’t want to see that Indian American succeeding.” https://t.co/NaGjKtUlyd
— Andy Grewal (@AndyGrewal) March 12, 2018
A former fundraiser for the Democrat candidate once stated the “best thing (Hillary) could do is disappear.”
“Honestly, I wish she’d just shut the f*** up and go away,” the source concluded.
But alas, we don’t always get what we want.
Actually, come to think of it, the Clintons getting back in the fray would be a dream come true for Republicans who could shine a new light on their past of mistreating women.
CHECK OUT our exclusive interview with Bill Clinton accuser Juanita Broaddrick to learn the facts about Bill’s past here:
Can we title this “The Rapist and his Enabler coming to a city near you” https://t.co/lHG1kXLYwa
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) October 8, 2018
A book by a New York Times reporter claimed Hillary had previously referred to Trump as “a ‘disgusting’ human being” who “didn’t deserve to even be in the arena.’
Considering the President has remained consistently more popular than her, we’d love to see them back in the same arena in 2020.
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