FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Queen, my Lord, is Dead (Macbeth, Act 5, Scene 5, Line 19)
Clintonism, on a national scale, began during the 1992 presidential campaign when Hillary Clinton organized the defamation of Gennifer Flowers, with whom Bill Clinton years later admitted to having an affair. Countless scandals followed, all involving the Clintons putting their personal interests above the nation’s.
Since leaving the White House, the scandals have continued. The former first couple has amassed a personal fortune in excess of $100 million, in addition to the $500 million Clinton Foundation which they have at their disposal. This money was donated by criminals such as Marc Rich and convicted insider trader George Soros, countries such as Saudi Arabia, and business associates such as Frank Giustra, who pledged $130 million after Clinton traveled to Kazakhstan to help him win a uranium mining concession.
Despite their newfound wealth, the Clinton campaign has between $20 and $30 million in unpaid bills, much of it to small vendors who provided goods and services to the campaign.
Bill Zachary, Chairman of W Ketchup, commented: “Even the Democratic Party decided a third Clinton term was so unpalatable that it was better to nominate a man with little experience, with the most liberal voting record in the Senate, whose oldest friends include the America-hating preacher Jeremiah Wright, and whose fund raisers include convicted felon Tony Rezko.”
Dan Oliver, CEO of W Ketchup, added: “George Will accurately wrote that Clinton may not have been the worst president, but he was certainly the worst man ever to be President. With Hillary’s loss and the sad display of Bill’s impotent anger and venom, we can only hope that the Clinton brand is finally dead.”
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