Clinton and Warren Within 3 Points in Nasty Women Poll

by on 25/10/16 at 5:54 am

Warren hedged her election chances by auditioning for a staring role in 2012 for a resurrected Lone Ranger TV series but was successful in winning the Senate seat.

Warren hedged her election chances by auditioning for a staring role in 2012 for a resurrected Lone Ranger TV series but was successful in winning the Senate seat.

..as for Hillary, she too wanted a TV slot and auditioned for HBO's 'Game of Thrones' series but was turned away when she insisted on wearing pantsuits while riding a dragon.

..as for Hillary, she too wanted a TV slot and auditioned for HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ series but was turned away when she insisted on wearing pantsuits while riding a dragon.

Boston, MA – (SatireWorld.com)

Both Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren are statistically tied in a recent CNN poll covering which Democrat is the Nastiest Women in the World. The poll is within the margin of error and seasoned polling experts consider it a tie.

Warren entered the fray when during her Massachusetts Senatorial run she defended her ridiculous statements concerning her phony Indian heritage claims and her use of that claim to secure a Harvard teaching position as a minority covered by the universities diversification hiring program.

Clinton has been considered the title bearer of Most Nasty Woman ever since she wore the ‘Scorned Woman Mantle’ she adopted immediately after the Monica Lewinsky affair with her husband, who was a sitting US President at the time and later confessed to having frequent oral sex in the White Houses’s Oval Office.

Clinton parlayed the Scorned Woman title into a Senate seat where for six years she did nothing and finally as Obama’s Secretary of State where she pretty much fouled-up the world and helped formulate the birth ISIS, the Arab Spring fiasco, and the destruction and destabilization of Libya.



2 Responses to “Clinton and Warren Within 3 Points in Nasty Women Poll”

  1. O'Leg Pee

    Oct 25th, 2016

    Is that spelled ‘Nazi’?

    • Bargis

      Oct 25th, 2016

      ….Nazi wouldn’t be too far out a terminology used on either of those women. Both would’ve fit in well as Waffen SS concentration camp guards

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