Hillary’s Top 7 Elitist Moments

Maybe a better title would be Hillary’s best lies.
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On Monday, former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton spoke at the National Automobile Dealers Association in New Orleans – where she quickly revealed that she has not driven a car for the past 18 years. At a convention of auto dealers.

But this was not Hillary’s first time accidentally letting her elitism slip. The sad truth for Hillary Clinton, the 2016 candidate, is that she is a deep elitist, born and bred in tony Park Ridge, an exclusive province of Chicago. She then went to Wellesley College and Yale Law School, before hooking up with Bill and moving down to Arkansas. She’d later carpetbag up to New York to enter the Senate.

Throughout, there was one abiding feature that kept cropping up for the would-be president: she has nothing in common with the common man. Here, then, are her top seven other out-of-touch moments:

7. The Military Uniform Ban. According to Lieutenant Colonel Buzz Patterson, the man who carried President Clinton’s nuclear football from 1996 to 1998, “Hillary did try to ban military uniforms in the White House and we objected for national security reasons…She relented only on the one point of those who were responsible for carrying the nuclear football. Other than that, military uniforms were not worn in the White House per Hillary’s directive issued down through the staff.”

6. Gas Station Indians. “I love this quote. It’s from Mahatma Gandhi. He ran a gas station down in St. Louis for a couple of years. Mr. Gandhi, do you still go to the gas station? A lot of wisdom comes out of that gas station,” she said at a 2004 fundraiser.



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