Perhaps I’m wrong, but I’d go out on a limb to say Hillary Clinton really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really wants to rule the planet (see here).
That’s eleven reallys. To provide some sort of scale, in 1995, Bryan Adams only wanted to know if you’ve ever really, really, really ever loved a woman. Merely three. And he was super curious.
At a book signing event for Gwen Carr (mother of Eric Garner) Friday in Manhattan, the former First Lady was introduced, followed by a shout from the crowd of “the real president!”
Hillary nodded with glee.
I suspect, however, the situation wasn’t to her liking; this isn’t where she planned to be — at a meeting of a group of 75, for a contribution to a book. Surely by now, she’d have transformed the ACA into HillaryCare, and all money would feature her bug-eyed, “Gotcha Trump!” smile.
But alas, not yet.
Cue some interesting Twitter reactions:
WATCH: Hillary Clinton smiles and nods in agreement when she is introduced as “the real president.” pic.twitter.com/aBhRT61GGX
— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) October 21, 2018
0/1024th President… https://t.co/Km3SVv7jVW
— Paul Sacca (@Paul_Sacca) October 22, 2018
The president of what? Bitterville?
— Skydash (@skydash) October 21, 2018
As is the case with so many of our beloved seniors, the shock of being told she lost to Donald Trump would be too much for her, so they all just go along with her. It’s a common technique people use for their Gam gams so we have more time with them.
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 22, 2018
— Think4Yourself⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@Chi_Town_MAGA) October 21, 2018
She’s running. https://t.co/MCqzQFS6vw
— Alexis In NH (@AlexisinNH) October 22, 2018
Ever-fighting for political relevance (as here), Clinton wrote the foreword to This Stops Today: Eric Garner’s Mother Seeks Justice after Losing Her Son. Hopefully, it’s better than the afterword she recently added to her own book, What Happened (here).
Thankfully, the answer to that book’s question is “You lost.”
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