Vampire bats don’t stop biting cattle. Parasites don’t just leave their hosts? Could the most accomplished 2016 candidate married to a former president and rapist have done the trick?
Former Secretary of State and Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visited New Zealand over the weekend, confessing she considered moving there after losing the 2016 election to Donald Trump.
Clinton recalled how her Kiwi friends suggested she move to New Zealand at a talk on Monday. “And I appreciated the offers. Gave them some thought,” she said at an event organized in Auckland by The Growth Faculty with ticket prices starting at NZ$195 ($135) and soaring to $595 ($415) for special seats, covered in a live blog in The New Zealand Herald.
Two things to remember about Hillary.
1. Hillary lies all the time
2. She lies all the time even when she doesn’t need to
Telling an audience in New Zealand that she was thinking of moving there is just the sort of thing that an attempted Marine Corps candidate who negotiated peace in Northern Ireland while landing under fire in Bosnia while carrying hot sauce in her purse and rooting for every baseball team ever… would do.
Now it’s only human nature to be bitter after being rejected by the country. And Hillary Clinton is almost human. So I’m sure she had her moment of, “They didn’t want me. Fine. I’m going to stomp out, move to New Zealand and wait for them to come back and beg me to be their dictator.”
But there’s too much money to be made in America.
Hillary Clinton still has a lot of the Dem infrastructure. The DNC is paying her. And she’s got her book tour. And Clinton Foundation fundraising.
Because parasites don’t naturally leave their hosts. Not until they kill them.
But if America is destroyed, Hillary Clinton will seriously consider infesting New Zealand.
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