Clinton Unloads on Georgia Voters
Bottom story of the day, or just the latest news dump?
Campaign log: 20 days until Election Day. A Clinton campaign bus was caught disposing of human waste down a storm drain in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Evidently, Team Clinton finds it difficult to discern the difference between a storm drain on a Georgia roadway and a waste station. Witnessing the bus’s unauthorized movement, a local businessman snapped pictures of the incident. He said, “I don’t care who you are. That’s just wrong.” The Georgia state EPA sent investigators to determine the extent of the environmental impact the bus’s dump had on local bodies of water, and a HAZMAT team was dispatched to clean up the mess as a “foul smell” emanated from the drain next to the roadway littered with toilet paper.
To bring back one of Hillary’s most infamous lines about her private server, it was evident someone, er, wiped with a cloth or something. Is it any wonder she looked flushed at her campaign appearance? The embarrassed DNC issued an apology using one of Clinton’s favorite explanations — it was an “honest mistake.” In a normal election, this might be the bottom story of the day, but in this rank affair it’s just the latest Clinton news dump.