Skip to comments.Bill Clinton Assails Trump [semi-satire]
Posted on 07/02/2018 8:23:59 AM PDT by John Semmens
Former President Bill Clinton took the occasion of his appearance on The Daily Show to assail President Trump for pouring poison down the countrys throat. The issue that inspired Clintons reemergence on the political scene was immigration.
It started before he was elected when he criticized the Obama Administration for letting too many criminals into the country, he said. Sure, some of these immigrants rape and murder Americans, but not all of them do. And blocking criminals from entering America merely shifts the problem south of the border where law-enforcement is less effective in tracking down and apprehending suspects.
When I was president the only thing I poured down anyones throat was a little bit of semen, the ex-president smirked. Monica loved it. She even saved her dress when some of the semen spilled on it. I made her famous. Trump hasnt made anyone famous except himself. Thats a key difference right there that would win me an election against him if the Constitution didnt prohibit me from running.
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The Clinton Foundation claimed “Clinton was the nation’s most beloved president,” that’s why he got millions of dollars in speaking fees.
ReALITY CHECK they had to force people in foreign lands to attend by paying them to sit in the audience.
The DNC manufactured crowds with computer graphics I don’t see why they can’t do that at speaking engagements either. The dems certainly don’t have a problem with lying about crowd size or manufacturing large crowds at venues with no crowds at all. it’s like the fake bookshelf behind whoever it was in the last Administration...cut and paste.
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