Life is like an offensive spoof you did back in the 1990s: You never know what you’re going to get when it ends up on YouTube.
Former first lady Hillary Clinton, the woman who coined the term “bimbo eruption,” has been putting herself forward as the candidate of political correctness and safe spaces. For what it’s worth, that crowd has mostly rejected her in favor of Bernie Sanders.
And with good reason — while she talks about the “war on women” during her speeches, this is a woman who has done everything she could to cover up allegations of sexual assault leveled at her husband.
And while she may claim to be a member of the political correctness battallion, this video certainly isn’t going to do her any favors.
It’s called “Hillary Gump,” a short the White House did for the 1995 Gridiron dinner which is very loosely based on “Forrest Gump.” It was supposed to showcase Hillary’s sense of humor.
Instead, you can almost hear the cringes it inspired at that dinner from 20 years ago.
Why is it offensive? Well, Hillary takes quite a bit of liberty with her portrayal of being simple. In fact, to paraphrase what Robert Downey Jr.’s character said in “Tropic Thunder,” she “went full retard.”
Oh, and her husband makes an appearance, too; he asks for a chocolate and then asks if he could have fries with that. Hilarious.
It would probably be more realistic if he asked Hillary for her secretary’s phone number.
If you don’t think that The New York Times effectively acts as an advertising arm of the Clinton political machine, consider their coverage of the video back in 1995, where they said it “stole the show on Saturday at the Gridiron Club’s annual white-tie dinner.”
Either they released nitrous oxide into the room before the speech or that’s a lie of epic proportions.
Of course, if she were a Republican, this video would end a campaign. And quite frankly, it should. Is this what we should expect from our president? Offensive spoof videos?
Hillary Clinton is not funny. She’s not appropriate. And she’s definitely not presidential.