A smorgasbord of headlines have been provided to the GOP frontrunner because of his on-camera theatrics and off-camera antics; however, we haven’t heard much from the DNC heir-apparent because (smartly so) she has been sitting back and watching this thing play out.
And then this weekend put an end to Hillary Clinton‘s observation pose, placing her in full honey badger sprawl.
It’s no secret that America has been reeling after the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif. According to reports on the 339th day of the year, the ISIS/ISIL/Daesh-connecting murder was this nation’s 353rd mass shooting. Needless to say, we are all a tad sensitive about this stuff.
That said, calling a punk out a street fight is one thing but accusing a preacher — one who is son to one of this country’s most well known ministers — of “aiding ISIS” is something else entirely.
What say you, Hillary?
What sparked such a classy statement? Rev. Jerry Falwell, Jr., president of Liberty University and son of senior, said the following:
“I’ve always thought that if more good people had concealed-carry permits, then we could end those Muslims before they walked in and killed them.”
It’s the “those Muslims” crack that got up her dander.
Of course, she runs to her closet searching for her Superwoman underoos to become the champion of “those Muslims,” but one problem… he was talking about the cowards in San Bernardino.
Granted, he’s a dolt for speaking in generalities knowing he was being taped, but, well… speaking of the tape:
Remove your political party favors from your screen saver and hear the words of both people. What they have in common? Both are grandstanding. Both are flexing. Both are speaking with angst because of what just happened.
Do you know what they have in difference? Only one is using it to further an agenda and the other is just using talking points from yesteryear.
Regardless of Hillary accusing Falwell of treason or not, one thing is certain — are there any law-abiding citizens with a conceal-to-carry permit wishing they were in SoCal on that fateful day? No? That’s kinda what we thought.