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Crate with Hillary Clinton Painting Triggers Police Dogs at Art Show...
I don't have to tell you how evil Hillary Clinton is. Eviler than Satan, Lena Dunham, and the creator of The View combined. The very sight of her causes your plants to wither, your blood pressure to spike and your dinner to come back up.
Miami police were forced to briefly shut down the area surrounding an art show and clear the site after security dogs reacted to a suspicious crate in Miami, Fla., during the Art Basel festival on Saturday morning.
But when authorities opened the crate outside the Art Miami tent, it contained none other than a “punk” style picture of Hillary Clinton -- complete with pink hair and a studded jacket.
Police and event organizers said that it was unclear what had sparked the security scare...
I'll tell you what spooked the dogs.
The presence of her devil-horned visage inked on a canvas is enough to send any mammal screaming for help. The dog probably got a whiff of the sulfur emanating from the crate and alerted his partner.
If you stare into Hill's dead eyes for more than a second, you may very well be met with headaches, nausea, and the irresistible urge to lobotomize yourself with a rusty screwdriver. Mad props to the po-po for taking the necessary steps to keep us safe.
If you still weren't convinced that everyone despises that wenchy she-beast Hillary, this tale ought to convince you. Not even lovable canine companions like her. We're talking dogs here. Man's best friend! Even when it's just an inky depiction, hidden inside a crate. Dogs can sense evil, you know.
Somebody get these canines a medal and a Milk-Bone. On the double.
Speaking of Hillary Clinton paintings: