It looks as though 2015 hasn’t gotten off to a very good start for the presumptive Democrat Presidential nominee, which may explain why she has remained out of the limelight for the past few weeks.
First we have the whole Pedophile Fantasy Island scandal going on with Bill. Hillary’s staff sent out word that Hillary is “furious” with Bill for something, like getting caught or something like that, so I suppose that puts the whole thing to rest. I don’t know, perhaps she needs to put together an updated “bimbo eruption” team, just in case.
On the fifth anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti, crowds gathered at the Clinton foundation headquarters to praise the organization for the great work they have done in rebuilding the island nation. Oh wait – those were actually protesters expressing their anger over the lack of progress in rebuilding Haiti, demanding to know where the “missing money” donated for relief efforts went. “These people – they are still living in very difficult conditions,” one protester said, “living in tents, while Bill Clinton and his cronies are wasting this money.” Hillary’s response? “At this point, what difference does it make?”
Unfortunately, the Clinton Foundation is making news again with charges that a company called Medolac, a prominent member of the Clinton Global Initiative has been buying breast milk from poor mothers in Detroit and selling it at a 600% profit. Critics of the program say that it takes breast milk out of the mouths of poor children who desperately need the nutrition, and have started a #StopMedolac campaign on Twitter. Medolac responded by saying the company was dedicated to spreading access to breast milk, but did not answer questions regarding Bill Clinton’s involvement in that process.
Hillary may have caught a bit of a break however, since these stories have been overshadowed by the terrorist attacks in Paris and Nigeria. One does have to wonder however, why the presumed Democrat nominee for President has been so silent on this subject. Perhaps she has been too busy empathizing with the terrorists, and trying to understand them better.