Is there anything that comes out of this cow’s piehole that even remotely resembles the truth?
Hillary Rodham Clinton says her favorite TV show is an obscure Danish drama — about a fictional pol who becomes Denmark’s first female prime minister.
In a paid speech Thursday in Atlantic City, the likely Democratic presidential candidate said she can’t get enough of the Danish series “Borgen,” despite its subtitles.
“I’ve just discovered this incredible series about a woman elected prime minister in Denmark, which is very realistic,” Clinton said, adding that it was recommended by a friend.
The issue came up when, among softball questions, moderator Jay Jacobs, the Nassau County Democratic chairman, asked if Clinton watches “Homeland.”
“I’m a little behind, to be honest,” she said.
An obscure series so realistic it’s almost like real life in Denmark.
Meanwhile, the perpetually angry hag also lamented a fun deficit in America. Yes, really.
“We really need camps for adults,” the former secretary of state told the American Camp Association of New York and New Jersey’s Tri-State CAMP Conference. “None of the serious stuff … I think we have a fun deficit in America.”
No doubt we need the frothing left to help us have more fun. Can’t wait:
— Jorge Bonilla (@BonillaJL) March 19, 2015