Hillary Clinton Publicly Humiliated In Las Vegas (Video)


Hillary Clinton got her just desserts and it was glorious. Courtesy of one intrepid Trump supporter who made an indulgent and boring performance by Bill and Hillary Clinton bearable.

How? By publicly humiliating Hillary and yelling that she was going to jail soon. Yep, Hillary got heckled in Las Vegas but don’t feel sorry for her.

She has been running around telling people she had the election stolen from her, which is a disgrace and an insult to all voters considering she was such a terrible candidate.


Democracy is messy and we chose Trump - look it was close but because Hillary and the Democrats forgot about the rust belt for years and took them for granted, the rust belt decided to rise up and toss aside the Democrats.

This is not complicated. And who can blame them after they were sold out by the Democrats? No one except Hillary.

Enter one incredible Trump supporter who, speaking for all of us, promptly put Hillary Clinton in her place.

From The Daily Mail:

Hillary Clinton was heckled during the last night of her nationwide speaking tour alongside husband Bill in Las Vegas on Sunday.

A man who identified himself online as a Trump supporter and combat veteran stood up during the opening stages of the evening, yelling: ‘You’re going to jail lady.’

His shouts drew a response from Hillary - ‘we have some people who’d rather shout than talk and listen’ - before he was escorted out by security.

The Clintons then settled in for an evening criticizing the Trump presidency, accusing the Commander in Chief of being ‘played’ by Russia.

Putin’s KGB training, she said, had allowed him to size up and pull the strings of Trump on issues ranging from 2016 election interference to North Korea.

‘I don’t understand exactly the pull out Putin has over him,’ Clinton said, according to the Washington Examiner.

‘A lot of these tough guys on the international scene expect you to push back. Right now, we are ceding so much territory to him.’

Clinton also bemoaned what she described as a double-standard in politics which sees women treated ‘more harshly.’

 ‘It is unfortunately still true that sexism and misogyny are alive and well in our political system,’ she said.

‘Women are held to a higher double standard and often more harshly, and we’ve got to get over that, my friends.’



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