Thursday, July 28, 2016

‘No Way To Stop It Now’ VIDEO

This Video Goes Viral; ‘No Way To Stop It Now’

Former First Lady Hillary Clinton is the current darling of the liberal media and the frontrunner for Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election. However, a new video could destroy her political career, giving her a term in a jail cell rather than the Oval Office.

In this video, it is revealed that Hillary Clinton used the White House as a way to funnel money to powerful friends while her husband was president. Anyone who crossed Hillary died under mysterious circumstances. Hillary has managed to keep her past quiet with fear and threats, but a brave few are willing to speak out.

This viral video finally gives Americans*  the information that they need to make an informed decision about

Hillary Clinton and may even land her in court with felony charges. This time, there is nothing she can do.

JUST IN:  Senator Beauregard Claghorn of Charleston, South Carolina today stated he will  introduce legislation to allow the DOJ to use RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) to prosecute Hillary Clinton's donors, supporters, and persons (where it can be shown with some certainty) voted for her.  Ever. 

* If you lived through the Clinton occupation, remember that today's 18-year old was newly born in 1992.  And even your contemporaries likely never heard a peep about any of this. I love it.


Anonymous said...

My wife just came back from Costco where the union employees had previously been talking up Hillary and talking down Trump. It seems some of them went to watch Dinesh D'Souza's new movie and suddenly they've turned on Hillary. They're even telling others to go see it. Most of them are young and they had no idea about her.

Tom Smith said...


Anonymous said...

I have a hundred dollar bill that I'll drop for anyone under the age of thirty that wants to see D'Souza's movie. -Anymouse

Juice said...

Fatigue. It is heavy laden on America. If given the opportunity, maybe Mr. Trump can 'build' some relief.

Anonymous said...

" that today's 18-year old was newly born in 1992."
Was this made in 2010? Or did Rodge just give me a six-year second chance???
--Jimmy don\'t play that

Dan said...

IMDB has Beauregard Claghorn as a radio show character in the middle/late '40s. From what I can tell, he was probably the template for Foghorn Leghorn. Errors like that tend to move the RICO investigation to the "imaginary" file.

Also, would've been nice if they had trimmed that video just a little bit. Maybe sped up the announcer or shortened the gaps.

Nonetheless, the vid was a terrible trip down memory lane.

Skoonj said...

Dan, he was indeed a character from a radio show, Fred Allen's show, with the Allen's Alley segment. This is from Wikipedia: ... Kenny Delmar, the new show's announcer, as bellowing Southern senator Beauregard Claghorn. Within weeks, Claghorn became one of the leading comedy characters of radio as listeners across the country began quoting his catchphrases: "Somebody, Ah say, somebody knocked"; "I'm from the South, Suh"; "That's a joke, son"; and "Pay attention, boy!" Claghorn served as the model for the Warner Bros. cartoon character Foghorn Leghorn, who first appeared the following August in the Oscar-nominated Walky Talky Hawky.

So there you have it. Fred Allen was also famous for his longstanding mock feud with Jack Benny. "Benny was born ignorant, and has been losing ground ever since. Benny used to play in vaudeville, with a pig on the stage. The pig would eat the stuff the audience threw at Benny."

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