Senior Clinton staffer, Google director sobs hysterically at thought of Trump presidency

Osi Imeokparia, the Clinton campaign's chief product officer (don't ask), was interviewed on NPR yesterday and asked how she would feel if Donald Trump won the election.  If you listen at about the 12-minute mark, you can hear her start to sob hysterically.

"If Donald Trump is the victor, how devastating will that be to you?" she is asked.

"Fairly.  As you can see, I am a woman of color.  I also am a recent naturalized citizen of the United States. On all dimensions this campaign is very personal (sob!) ... (sob! sob! sob!) ... So to work on behalf of the secretary (sob! sob!), you know, it's not a joke ... it impacts people in my communities (sniffle!) ... We are a team of people ... who are putting it out there every day (gasp).  We try to make sure that [at this point, Imeokparia, gasping for breath, loses the ability to speak for several seconds] ... the candidate that has real (sob) vision for America is the one who will succeed (voice breaking), and it's not a game."

"You gonna win?"

"(Sob! sob!) We are gonna win."

You may ask, who is Osi Imeokparia?  Is she some teenage volunteer infatuated with Mrs. Clinton?  No, she's worked for 10 years a director of product management at Google.  In other words, she's supposed to be a sophisticated grown-up.

But she is a brainwashed zealot.  She starts crying when she thinks of how Donald Trump will treat her because she is a woman and because she is black.  She has bought into all the hate propaganda that her campaign is peddling.  Republicans hate women!  Republicans hate blacks!

And this is what an educated adult formerly in a senior high tech position at Google thinks.  Imagine the effects on millions of people who uncritically swallow what NPR puts into their minds.

Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.

Osi Imeokparia, the Clinton campaign's chief product officer (don't ask), was interviewed on NPR yesterday and asked how she would feel if Donald Trump won the election.  If you listen at about the 12-minute mark, you can hear her start to sob hysterically.

"If Donald Trump is the victor, how devastating will that be to you?" she is asked.

"Fairly.  As you can see, I am a woman of color.  I also am a recent naturalized citizen of the United States. On all dimensions this campaign is very personal (sob!) ... (sob! sob! sob!) ... So to work on behalf of the secretary (sob! sob!), you know, it's not a joke ... it impacts people in my communities (sniffle!) ... We are a team of people ... who are putting it out there every day (gasp).  We try to make sure that [at this point, Imeokparia, gasping for breath, loses the ability to speak for several seconds] ... the candidate that has real (sob) vision for America is the one who will succeed (voice breaking), and it's not a game."

"You gonna win?"

"(Sob! sob!) We are gonna win."

You may ask, who is Osi Imeokparia?  Is she some teenage volunteer infatuated with Mrs. Clinton?  No, she's worked for 10 years a director of product management at Google.  In other words, she's supposed to be a sophisticated grown-up.

But she is a brainwashed zealot.  She starts crying when she thinks of how Donald Trump will treat her because she is a woman and because she is black.  She has bought into all the hate propaganda that her campaign is peddling.  Republicans hate women!  Republicans hate blacks!

And this is what an educated adult formerly in a senior high tech position at Google thinks.  Imagine the effects on millions of people who uncritically swallow what NPR puts into their minds.

Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.