Video of 'Hillary' dancing with debate questioner humiliates Clinton

 

The Ellen DeGeneres show featured a well produced video that appeared to show Hillary Clinton dancing with Ken Bone, the odd-looking questioner from the last debate.  If you listen to the soundtrack, you will hear the audience laughing hysterically.

But I have to wonder if they are laughing with Mrs. Clinton or at her.  Curiously, the Ellen show disabled comments for the video, even as it got over 700,000 views.

I think people were laughing at the video because while the intent was clearly to humanize Hillary (and, incidentally, perhaps Ken Bone?), it accentuated the fact that Mrs. Clinton is a very scripted person.  She always stays on message.  She always tells people what they want to hear.  We never get the sense that she is being spontaneous or genuine.  In the end, it speaks to her lack of honesty and lack of likeability.  I think this video, clearly produced by liberal allies, has the effect of unintentionally parodying her wooden nature and lack of authenticity.

(By the way, also note the quick interjection of Bill Clinton as they splice in his haunted "They're talking about my sexual assaults now!" look).

Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.

 

The Ellen DeGeneres show featured a well produced video that appeared to show Hillary Clinton dancing with Ken Bone, the odd-looking questioner from the last debate.  If you listen to the soundtrack, you will hear the audience laughing hysterically.

But I have to wonder if they are laughing with Mrs. Clinton or at her.  Curiously, the Ellen show disabled comments for the video, even as it got over 700,000 views.

I think people were laughing at the video because while the intent was clearly to humanize Hillary (and, incidentally, perhaps Ken Bone?), it accentuated the fact that Mrs. Clinton is a very scripted person.  She always stays on message.  She always tells people what they want to hear.  We never get the sense that she is being spontaneous or genuine.  In the end, it speaks to her lack of honesty and lack of likeability.  I think this video, clearly produced by liberal allies, has the effect of unintentionally parodying her wooden nature and lack of authenticity.

(By the way, also note the quick interjection of Bill Clinton as they splice in his haunted "They're talking about my sexual assaults now!" look).

Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.