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WATCH: Bill and Hillary Heckled and Embarrassed At NYC Speech!


Bill and Hillary are on tour!

Because they have nothing better to do now since Hillary lost, the narcissistic, power-hungry Democrat couple are travelling around charging people up to $210 to hear them speak. But (surprise, surprise) the tour is off to a rough start.

Thursday night, the Clintons kicked off their overpriced nationwide speaking tour in New York City. A heckler hilariously interrupted the snooze-fest and shouted out from the audience, “Bill, this is boring! Why don’t you talk about Jeffrey Epstein?”

Check out the clip here:

Boy, don't the Clintons look out of their element?

Let's see what Twitter has to say about what happened at the speech:

Though the tickets were originally in the hundreds of dollars, it looks like Bill and Hillary had to keep dropping the price just to get people to show up!

One Twitter user pointed this out:

The NY Post had the following to say about the Clinton tour kickoff:

Now that they’ve been dismissed, defanged and declawed by their own party, Bill and Hillary Clinton are doing what comes naturally: Hitting people up for money.

Thursday night marked the kickoff, in New York City, of their national speaking tour. Billed as “a one-of-a-kind conversation with two individuals who have helped shape our world … [and who offer] remarkable insight into where we go from here,” the event simply underscored why Hillary lost: Over-promise, under-deliver, avoid accountability, and expect the masses to nonetheless be satisfied.

My ticket, a third-row seat in the balcony, cost $210. This bought me 90 minutes of longtime Clinton lackey Paul Begala launching such softballs as:

  • Is the two-state solution dead?
  • What is happening to American politics?
  • How did it feel to watch the bin Laden raid?
  • Why are the Dems losing rural voters?
  • How did you raise such an amazing daughter?

I wish I were exaggerating. The only current event touched upon was that day’s arrest of Julian Assange — astonishing given the surfeit of recent headlines really worth discussing: Jussie Smollett, race relations and hate crimes; the one-percenters caught up in the college admissions scandal; the push to federally legalize marijuana and reform the criminal justice system; the role of Silicon Valley in curbing, if not eliminating, foreign governments hacking our elections [ahem]; Elizabeth Warren’s call to break up Amazon, Google and Facebook — to say nothing of the 20 or so declared Dem candidates for president.

Oh, and #MeToo. Not a mention of how that little movement has changed things, potentially for a one-time frontrunner. But as we know, that, to the Clintons, is a third rail.

Coverage of this snoozefest was typically respectful and anodyne, yet the most exciting moment of the night made little if any news. Not quite halfway through the event, a man in the front row stood up and interrupted.

“Bill, this is boring!” he yelled. As he tried asking his question — “Why don’t you talk about — ” Hillary immediately began talking over him, saying that the “important political conversations” they were trying to have could be difficult, especially when interrupted by such “agent provocateurs.”

“Jeffrey Epstein!” shouted the man.

Oh, the irony.

The heckler was, of course, swiftly hauled away, and the conversation returned to Bill talking about the good old days when he was president, telling such surely apocryphal tales as bringing together two veterans, each missing one leg, and a “formidable” overweight black lesbian activist — the veterans later telling Bill, with tears in their eyes, that they had more in common with this woman than they ever would have thought.

It's honestly rather sad that the heckling that occurred at the event was the most intersting part of the whole thing. Watch Youtuber Martin Brodel react to the most intriguing part of the Clintons' speech here:


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