Hillary stiffs her supporters, doesn’t address crowd at NY party

Hillary Clinton broke tradition and did not address the thousands of supporters gathered at New York’s Javits Center for a victory party.  No thanking them for their efforts.  No acknowledging their discomfort, and no call for national unity.  Instead, campaign chairman and prolific emailer John Podesta was given the job of facing the disappointed throng and telling them to go home because the race is – cough – “too close to call.”

This raises the obvious question: what was she doing?

Did she have a seizure and go stiff, the way she did at the 9/11 ceremony?  Did she get drunk?

At least now she has time for her grandchildren, and plenty of leisure to take care of her health.

At least for now.

Hillary Clinton broke tradition and did not address the thousands of supporters gathered at New York’s Javits Center for a victory party.  No thanking them for their efforts.  No acknowledging their discomfort, and no call for national unity.  Instead, campaign chairman and prolific emailer John Podesta was given the job of facing the disappointed throng and telling them to go home because the race is – cough – “too close to call.”

This raises the obvious question: what was she doing?

Did she have a seizure and go stiff, the way she did at the 9/11 ceremony?  Did she get drunk?

At least now she has time for her grandchildren, and plenty of leisure to take care of her health.

At least for now.