Hillary Falling Apart on Campaign Trail Over Email Scandal

by on 20/08/15 at 5:57 am

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LAS VEGAS – (satireworld.com)

After a town hall meeting here this week, reporters again tried to get Hillary Clinton to come clean over her continuously unraveling email scandal. As revelations keep mounting that the former first lady broke the law and tried to deceive the public about her dealings as Secretary of State, her excuses become more ridiculous.

When Fox News reporter Ed Henry asked Hillary about the scandal, she said, “Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.” She then made a wisecrack about whether he meant her ‘wiping’ the server had to do with wiping it down with a cloth. Stop Hillary! You’re killing us.

Then Dana Bash of CNN asked her another email related question to which Hillary said, “Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit amphetamines.” She then continued babbling about some ill-conceived right-wing conspiracy and a witch hunt of some sort.

Another reporter asked Hillary why she didn’t turn over the email server months ago. She replied, “Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop smoking crack.” Then she droned on and on about her personal privacy, etc. She was still talking when another reporter interrupted her to ask if she was afraid of going to jail, and followed up by asking, “Have you ever see a grown man naked?”

Hillary shrugged and said, “Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop shooting up cleaning fluid.” She then concluded the presser by saying that it was all up to the investigators now to see if they could forensically piece together enough evidence to put her behind bars.

Her assistants swooped in at that point and Mrs. Clinton was whisked away to a nearby private airport where she boarded an airplane with a couple of jive turkeys from #BlackLivesMatter to head to the next campaign stop.



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