When you think about Hillary Clinton, the term “unlikable” probably comes to mind, as the Democrat front-runner constantly shows just how out of touch she is with regular Americans.
The former secretary of state’s arrival in Beaumont, Texas, on January 20th showed (once again) that the candidate thinks she is above regular common-folk – even those who may support her campaign.
Here’s the report from the Washington Free Beacon:
“When just six people showed up at the airport to greet the former secretary of state, she snobbishly refused to stop to say hello or take any pictures with the small crowd.
“Clinton was in the small southern Texas town for a private fundraiser. Admission to the fundraiser started at $1,000 and if attendees wanted to get a picture with Mrs. Clinton, the price was $2,700.
“‘People get to see the candidates a little closer than normal, makes a better experience, I guess. Makes more people want to vote too, that would be a good thing,’ said David Wright, a local resident.”
The 18th century French queen, Marie Antoinette, would be proud of Hillary – not bothering to meet with a small group of modern-day peasants.
This incident is further proof that Mrs. Clinton really doesn’t care about most Americans, even if they donate money to her campaign.
Do you think this event will contribute to sinking Hillary’s campaign… or will she shrug it (and a possible federal indictment) off and go on to the Democratic nomination?