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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Hillary finishes campaign with homegirl beside her

Hillary Clinton (her friends call her "Old Yeller") ended her campaign rally with Huma Weiner Abedin close to her side.

Huma was spotted for the first time in almost a week helping Clinton up the stairs to get on the "Stronger Together" plane at a cheesy Philly rally on Monday.

The strange wife of Anthony "Carlos Danger" Weiner was out of the spotlight of the campaign since she had to deal with new evidence found in the Clinton email investigation that somehow got quashed and discounted by the 'out of the closet' politico James Comey.

An FBI team of elite speed readers went through over 650,000 emails found on the Weiner laptop (along with foreign substances yet to be identified) which Carlos shared with his then-non-estranged wife. 

What they found might shock you, but not the FBI. They tore through the below-waist Carlos Danger photos, the sensitive Hillary Clinton emails when she headed the State Department, porn sites visited by someone in the Weiner house, and one yoga email featuring "Salute to the Sun."

With all of that, FBI politico and Director Comey told Congress on Sunday that there was "nothing to see here, folks, just keep moving." 

Huma started "working" for Hillary since she was 19-years-old. She has been like the daughter Hillary never had that didn't look like Howdy Doody. She went so far as to carry her bags, now Hillary has her and some staff carrying her, making her "Stronger Together."

We can expect Huma to be an integral part of Hillary's cabinet, just like her family has allegedly been an integral part of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Hopefully Huma will be able to get on with her life and finally be able to say: "I'm with her."