Thursday, June 8, 2017

Clinton Goes Silent at Book Event After Being Asked About 1 Person

When it comes to Chelsea Clinton, there’s been almost as much speculation as whether or not she’ll run for office as there was for John F. Kennedy Jr. Unfortunately, while the apple may not have fallen far from the tree, it’s fallen far enough in ways that are disadvantageous to the former first daughter.
Sure, Chelsea may be the same empty husk of ambition and self-invention that her mother and her father are. However, when it comes to her parents’ vermiform ability to wiggle out of trouble, she just doesn’t seem to have it.
Nowhere was this more apparent than a recent book signing, when Clinton was asked to dedicate a copy of her latest tome to none other than Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who claims she was raped by former President Bill Clinton.

Chelsea was touring in support of the children’s book “She Persisted,” a feminist screed named after Sen. Mitch McConnell’s famous remark about Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s disgusting personal attack on Jeff Sessions during his nomination hearing for attorney general.
“I wrote this book for everyone who’s ever wanted to speak up but has been told to quiet down, for everyone who’s ever been made to feel less than,” Clinton said about her book, according to The New York Times.
So, one political activist came to a book signing in New York City and decided to ask about getting the book dedicated to someone who’s “been made to feel less than” by the Clinton family.

That’s when things got a bit ugly… [CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE]

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