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LOL: Ana Navarro Can't Stop Whining About Palin, Nugent, Kid Rock Trolling Hillary Clinton
Sarah Palin hanging with Ted Nugent and LwC fav Kid Rock (see Kid Rock Launches ‘American Badass Grill’ by Blowing Up Grills ‘Made in China’ and Liberals Seek Cover! Kid Rock Launches Pro-Trump Clothing Line) isn't groundbreaking. Except the squad gathered at the White House and trolled Hillary Clinton via her White House portrait. Which is magically more lifelike than what it depicts. So now of course, everyone has to have an opinion on what happened in front of Pantsuit On Canvas.
Like CNN's Ana Navaro, who has a stranglehold on Anti-Trump stupidity.
Get it? Stangelohold...Ted Nugent? Folks, these are the jokes.
I see it as immature, childish, foolish, and to be expected from that crowd.
As somebody who has been at the White House, I can tell you that you see a lot of pictures hanging there — some people you agree with; some don’t —but there’s this, you know, gravitas to the White House. There’s this respect for the place. There’s this respect for the office.
Two words: Bill Clinton. Two more words: blow job. Just saying, worse things have happened in the White House to embarrass Hillary. And it's not like they were flipping off a past president because they're all loaded up with AIDS or something. Because yes, that happened. Remember when the LGBTQAAIP (silent F and one "3") flipped off the portrait of Ronald Reagan? Uh huh. Do you remember any outrage from the leftist decorum police then, because I don't remember. That was probably "Oh, poo, they're just having fun by flipping off the now dead president, stop it" whereas posing with Hillary's portrait is disrespectful.
Seriously people, get a grip.
Or at least see that Palin and the Boys took that picture because they knew how you'd all react. In the media industry, we call this "Playing right into their hands like predictable lemmings bent on cliff-diving suicide." Okay, I added some words there.