Just as we suspected it looks handicapped accessible.
At long last, there’s been a Scooby sighting in Iowa.
Hillary Clinton’s now-famous Mystery Mobile, an oversized, armored GMC van, stopped in Iowa on Tuesday long enough for photographers to catch a glimpse of the chariot that hauled the former secretary of state from New York to the American midwest.
Unlike on Monday when Hillary stopped at an Ohio Chipotle for lunch, she popped into a coffee house in Le Claire, Iowa, for a cup of joe.
At Tuesday’s stop people actually recognized her.
Hillary and top aide Huma Abedin wore sunglesses inside the Chipotle on Monday in the Toledo suburb of Maumee and left without being engaged by anyone other than a cashier.
Campaign operatives later phoned the New York Times, according to a journalist familiar with the chain of events, so reporters would know she had been there.
A Times reporter later persuaded the restaurant’s manager to send her photographs of his security-camera footage.
In Monticello, Kirkwood Community College became a carnival bazaar as reporters staked out the building awaiting Mrs. Clinton.
Two protesters, possibly the first of her nascent campaign, held signs complaining that she was a friend of Wall Street and cast a U.S. Senate vote to support the Iraq war.
‘All hail the queen!’ said Iowa City resident Joey Gallagher, one of the pair.
Here in a carefully orchestrated moment she pretends to give a shit about what some guy (probably an actor) has to say. So genuine.