BREAKING: Hillary Cancels Public Appearance Due To A Large Crowd Of People Chanting “Lock Her Up!”

As we reported earlier today, the New York Times ran a photo on a cover of their magazine from a Hillary rally: but there was one problem.

Hilariously, you could see a handful of pro-Trump protestors in the background. Since they weren’t left-wing protestors, no Hillary supporters were injured at the rally.

It’s hilarious, because we all know that Hillary’s rallies are barely drawing an audience, and now know that the Times apparently couldn’t find a single picture without Trump protestors in it. There were probably more Trump supporters at her rally than her own.

As it turns out, there’s more to the story than we thought!

As Red State Watcher reported:

“The New York Times featured a photo of Hillary Clinton being welcomed to an early voting site in Pompano Beach, Florida on Sunday. Apparently, she didn’t stay too long at her rally location at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater. Clinton almost melted at the sight of Trump signs surrounding her and people yelling “Lock Her Up!”.

A police escort shared what happened:


There was once a time when Marco Rubio had joked that if Hillary Clinton was to be elected President, she’d be the first President to pardon herself. He was joking – but that could become reality sooner than you know it, if she is to win.

As Breitbart reported today, there are seven charges Hillary could face after the election: perjury, obstruction of justice, bribery, pay for play, illegal use of a nonprofit organization, racketeering, and fraud.

That’s quite a list of charges, and it’s about time her crimes finally caught up with her. The Hillary camp is attacking FBI director James Comey for supposedly interfering with the election, but that couldn’t be any further from the truth. In reality, the election is interfering with the FBI doing their job.

Remember: Hillary can’t pardon herself if Donald Trump becomes President.

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