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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Hillary's face--priceless

Her biggest mistake, besides using an illegal private server, lying about her electronic devices, deleting over 30,000 emails, not following up on Ambassador Chris Stevens' request for more security in Benghazi, not campaigning in historically blue states for the presidential election, and simply being an annoying, loud and arrogant shrew, was to call half of America "a basket of deplorables." 

President Trump's army of "deplorables" held a "DeploraBall" that was interrupted by protesters and anarchists shouting anti-Nazi chants. 

In all, over 200 anarchists were arrested Inauguration Day as they set fires, destroyed property and probably got paid to do it.

Yes, Trump who supports Israel, had Rabbi Hier speak at the inauguration, and has a daughter married to a Jew [Jared Kushner] is a Nazi sympathizer. But Obama, who is clearly anti-Israel, pro-Islam (whose Mufti in WWII praised Adolf Hitler) and who refused to veto the UN resolution condemning Israeli settlements and may have been behind the resolution is just peachy keen.

President Trump was rather classy when he extended an olive branch to Hillary Clinton in the form of a standing ovation at a luncheon with congressional lawmakers in the afternoon. It may have pained the former secretary of state, but she managed a smile. 

To her credit, Clinton was classy enough to brave the inauguration ceremony although she sat stone-faced most of the time alongside her womanizing husband. They did their best to hide their stark remorse over her well-deserved loss.

As she sat there, some in the crowd of Trump supporters chanted "Lock her up!" when she and Bill were introduced.

Sadly, it doesn't look as if Trump is going to actually follow up on his pledge to bring her to justice. He said, "I was very honored--very, very honored--when I heard that President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton was coming here today [isn't it 'were' not 'was'?] 

Michelle being rude

"And I think it's appropriate to say; and I'd like you to stand up. I'd like you to stand up," President Trump said as the applause roared. "And honestly, there's nothing more I can say, because I have a lot of respect for those two people."

This came after a handshake when the Clintons first arrived and it marked a phenomenal moment in which the chapter on the Clintons were symbolically closed. 

So on the prior day, Trump was making fun of Hillary for planning a seven million dollar fireworks display before the election results were all in, and on Friday he gave he praised her for being a tough opponent. 

"They spent seven million dollars on fireworks. And they cancelled it--and that's because history has proven that if you're going to lose, you don't want fireworks, right?" Trump joked.

But at the inauguration, it was joyful to see the gloom in Hillary's eyes. 

Bill puts a bag over her head
If you believe that Trump's speech was dark, as MSNBC's Rachel Maddow described it, then Hillary's face was the reason for it--her emotional expression was like a black hole sucking in all the light of the world into the nothingness of despair.

Even Bill, who is normally up for anything and anyone, looked morose when he thought the cameras were off him.

A few sore losers in Congress wondered why the Clintons decided to attend, saying it tended to validate President Trump when they aim to ostracize him after they stop crying and pull themselves up by their diaper tabs.