Townhall’s Ed Klein thinks her Imperial Majesty Hillary I’s new look means she’s planning to run for President again. Excerpt:
On International Women’s Day earlier this month, Hillary Clinton wore a red pantsuit and bangs to give a speech at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
Allure online headlined the event: “Hillary Clinton’s Haircut Is Taking the Internet By Storm.”
A week later, Hillary stopped traffic on New York’s Fifth Avenue as she came out of the Bergdorf Goodman hair salon, where she got a $600 dye job and a $600 haircut.
The bangs were gone and her hair was several shades lighter.
Experience tells us that when Hillary experiments with her hair style, she’s up to something. I reported on that “something” a month ago when I revealed that, as fanciful as it might seem, Hillary has plans to run again for president.
She hinted at those plans during a St. Patrick’s Day speech when she told a dinner crowd of 500 people in Scranton, Pennsylvania: “I am ready to come out of the woods.”
Meaning there aren’t going to be more walks in the woods near her home in Chappaqua, New York, because she’s gearing up to do battle with Donald Trump.
First, let me present my honest reaction at the thought of Her Imperial Majesty running again in 2020:
Here’s the funny bit: One of the primary reasons she lost last year was that President Trump did a better job of connecting with the common folks than she did. So, to re-start herself, Her Royal Highness begins with dropping a cool $1200 on her hair.
What the fuck, Hillary?
A significant portion of Democrats, especially the younger progressive Left, are still pissed off at Her Imperial Highness’s campaign for the shenanigans they pulled to freeze out the daffy old socialist from Vermont. Now, the most deeply and fundamentally corrupt political figure since Huey Long – maybe since Caligula – is doubling down on stupid by flaunting her wealth to all and sundry.
That won’t play well with the political Left. But Her Imperial Majesty has shown very little capacity to learn from her mistakes.