..courtesy of a poster over at Gateway Pundit.
And, as long as we're talking about "face plants". (Get it?)
No, I really did NOT mean that picture above. Although, every day, more and more, we see these absolutely HORRID pictures of this creature. It's like her pitch-black inner soul is eating away at the surface and she is becoming an almost Hollywood-like apparition, the crystallizaiton of pure Satanic evil. I meant that she and her minions are still unrepentant and resuse to walk back some of the PREPARED "deplorable/irredeemable" speech she gave while at the Friday fundraiser:
A Clinton official said that while the nominee has expressed regret over her phrasing, there are at least some Trump supporters her campaign considers to be in the "deplorables" category.Jee-suz, talk about bitter clingers! It's like the guy in the bar asking the girl if she would screw him for a million and then $10 and when she accepts the first and rejects the second he tells her he already knows she's a whore and they're just haggling over the price.
"What should she have said? Ten percent? Twenty percent? Five percent? What would have been a more accurate number?" CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon on his show.
"I don't know, Wolf. It's certainly a non-zero number," Fallon responded.
Earlier Monday, Trump called Clinton's remarks "the single biggest mistake of the political season" and called on her to retract her comments or drop out of the race for the White House.
“The disdain that Hillary Clinton expressed for millions of decent Americans disqualifies her from public service,” Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, said during a speech in Baltimore.
“You cannot run for president if you have such contempt in your heart for the American voter, and she does. You can’t lead this nation if you have such a low opinion for its citizens," Trump said.
Clinton on Saturday said she was wrong to generalize that "half" of Trump's supporters fell into a "basket of deplorables," while defending her attack on certain elements of his support.
"The mistake I think, Wolf, was trying to quantify it," Fallon said Monday on CNN's "Wolf."
Fallon mentioned former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke's support of Trump's candidacy and Trump's hiring of Stephen Bannon from the far-right Breitbart News website to be his campaign's chief executive as examples of Trump lending credence to the so-called alt-right movement, a hardcore conservative sect often associated with white nationalism.
By the way, there are whispers that the DNC is beginning to plan to prepare to contemplate the possibility of perhaps moving her aside in favor of a short closer. Also whispered is the fact that Tim Kaine is beginning to heat up (in the bull pen). Also mentioned by some of the MSM dick-suckers (I am looking at you, Cokie Roberts you phallus-ingesting NPR crack whore) wonder if Slow Joe Biden might want to take a turn at the plate. And, you all know that once the whispers start, they can turn into stiff breezes and eventually full gale force winds.
Not sure how that would work at this late date, but this ain't gonna like the NJ dropout of Toricelli owing to malfeasance or Paul Wellstone dying in a plane crash. This is the election of the POTUS and this concerns all fifty states. One has to beleive there are deadlines in place and even votes cast because of early voting that should constrain these frivolities.
Should, I said.