What Has the Times Done to Mrs. Clinton?

Liberals seem to have some kind of silly crush on Hillary.
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Have you seen, folks, the New York Times magazine cover this Sunday? Here, let me turn the Dittocam off. I’ve gotta zoom in on something. This is the ugliest damn thing I have ever seen, and I do not know what they are thinking. Okay, I want to show you here on the Dittocam, and we’ll put it up at RushLimbaugh.com. “Planet Hillary.” That is the cover of this Sunday’s New York Times. Yes. And you see planet Hillary. What you can’t read, the neighboring little star shooting there, people like her daughter and Huma that are in her orb. Is that not the ugliest? That looks like… I mean, do they think this is going to be helpful?

You know what that looks like? I can’t tell you what it looks like. I can’t say what it looks like. If I were Richard Sherman I could tell you. (interruption) Is that what you notice? You noticed there are no wrinkles in it? There’s a flesh-colored globe made to look like a planet, and on the left center is nothing but Hillary, barely any eyebrows and a smile. There are no ears, there’s no hair. They’re trying to create the idea that she is the center of the universe and that her planet is huge, but it’s the ugliest picture that I have ever seen. I have no idea what they’re trying to accomplish with this. It’s not flattering in any way, and it does not convey an image that she’s the center of the universe. They made her look sick here. They made her look ill. And that is my brilliant take on this.



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