It’s often said, with little to no debate, that Jeff Foxworthy is one of the funniest blue collar comedians of all time. And sometimes, he makes a hilarious job at politics.
On the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, Foxworthy joined Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy, and Ron White on stage to play a game of “I Believe,” where they make hilarious observations about life. And Foxworthy said, “If you can’t say something nice about someone, you must be talking about Hillary Clinton.” (starts at 4:50 mark)
And to this, of course, the whole crowd cheered and applauded—because really, there are few nice things to say about Hillary Clinton.
Can it be said that she’s a loving wife and mother? Hard to say. In public, she seems to be the perfect representation of the perfect wife and mother.
But other stories point to contempt for her adulterous husband, whose campaign she basically ran, and her daughter, who is nothing but a free loader on the Clintons’ corrupt legacy.
Is she honest? Most definitely not. She has lied about so many things it’s hard to count—she lied about Benghazi, her email scandals, her personal views that change every time she campaigns, and so many other things.
Now, she is contesting the election results, which she herself said is an “appalling” thing to do. Apparently, you’re exempt if you’re Hillary Clinton because somehow it’s not appalling anymore—it’s “what’s owed” to the American people.
Liberals try to stand behind her and claim she is a great person who deserves to be our president, but really, what has she done that’s so great? They claim that she’s for minorities (lie), that she has always defended gay marriage (lie), and that she’s an advocate for women who have been sexually assaulted (LIE).
In the past, she has called black men “super predators,” which is not something conducive to statements now that she has “always” supported minorities. The same can be said for gay marriage— she claims she as “always” supported it, yet there are videos of her saying marriage is a sacred vow between a man and a woman.
And she claims she is a feminist and an advocate for women who have been sexually abused, yet she has attacked the women Bill Clinton had affairs with or took advantage of using his power and status. How can she verbally attack them and have the gall to say she supports them?
Jeff Foxworthy is right—there truly is nothing good to say about Hillary Clinton, and I frankly don’t know how liberals come up with their opinions of her. The mainstream media must have meetings daily about what things they can make up about Hillary and make them sound good. Foxworthy once again fired a zinger, and this one is sure to sting any liberal who hears it.
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