Were You Invited to Hillary’s Party?

During the election Hillary portrayed herself as one of us. Were you invited to Hillary’s party? If she was one of us, wouldn’t we be invited?

Oh, this party was only for her millionaire donors.

Hillary’s Party

Were You Invited to Hillary's Party?

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Per Page Six, the former Democratic nominee is hosting a celebration at the Grand Ballroom in the Plaza Hotel in New York in mid-December to honor the financial team that worked for Hillary for America.

Notable guests include Harvey Weinstein, Anna Wintour, Alan Patricof, Tory Burch and Marc Lasry.

Hopefully no one decides to jump off a high balcony. It seems she may be keeping the door open for a 2020 presidential run. We can all hope that’s not the case.

Hillary’s Hollywood celebrity played a huge role in trying to keep Donald Trump out of office. Focus hard on the word “trying” when reading that sentence. Remember the fundraiser hosted by Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake? The one where tickets cost $33,400 each? Dozens of celebrities attended, but ultimately it did not matter as Hillary Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump.

A very odd time for Hillary to have a party, wouldn’t you say? It’s amazing that anyone showed up. Maybe it was a fake party, much like her rallies.

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