In the never-ending parade of nonsense that politics in American can sometimes be, the truth is stranger than the fiction, especially when it comes to the saga of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The two originally squared off in one of the most arduous and tumultuous general elections of all time. Trump, the unlikely republican candidate went straight for the jugular on the corrupt Clinton, nicknaming the former First Lady “Crooked Hillary” to remind Americans that, deep down inside, they already didn’t trust her.
Clinton retorted with some of the most unfathomable pieces of political drivel to date, attempting to tie future President Trump to the Kremlin, claiming that he was some sort of undercover agent of the Russian government looking to sell out the American people from behind the desk in the Oval Office.
Well, in this case, perhaps the fiction was stranger.
Now, only a few days after President Trump was misquoted as referring to Haiti and parts of Africa as “sh–hole” countries in a closed door meeting with democrats, Hillary has jumped into the linguistic fray with her own controversial verbiage.
“The video, shared by HuffPo commentator Alex Mohajer, showed Clinton thanking ‘everyone’ for their feminism, activism, and encouraging supporters to keep up their ‘really important, good work.’
“Someone in the background then makes a reference to ‘activist b—-es supporting b—-es,’ to which she repeats that it is indeed directed to such people.
“’So lets go!’ she says. It was not clear where or when the video was recorded.
— Alex Mohajer (@AlexMohajer) January 27, 2018
“The video isn’t the first slightly awkward moment Clinton has had in short videos. She was mocked during the 2015 Democratic primary campaign for a Vine in which she said she was ‘just chillin’ in Cedar Rapids,’ accompanied by a drink holder saying: ‘More like Chillary Clinton, emirate?’
“The new video came on the same day as a New York Times report that claimed Clinton shielded a faith adviser who was accused of sexual harassment during her 2008 bid for the presidency.”
Clinton’s desperate and pathetic attempts to connect with her millennial voter base has been cringeworthy at best, and culturally appropriating at its worst.
Furthermore, Clinton’s use of a colloquial derogatory slur for women wouldn’t have been that far off from Barack Obama uttering the n-word on YouTube…something that would have surely sent the liberal media’s spin machine into overdrive.