Drunken Hillary Emerges From Her Cave and Everyone Immediately Notices Who’s At Her Side

Hillary Clinton has announced that she is back, but that is not all that is. During the campaign, Hillary always had people close by that “handled” her well being. Well, last Friday during Hillary’s “coming out party” her usual suspects were in attendance.

A photographer captured Hillary Clinton being helped through the crowd by two leaders of the Society of Irish Women. One woman had her hand on Hillary’s elbow and another woman had a hand on her torso.

Check the picture out.

Ironically, the last time Hillary was in this outfit she was being helped upstairs again by handlers.

But, let me back up again to St. Patrick’s night, ok?

During the mixer, Hillary’s good ole’ buddy Huma Abedin was spotted there as well but look at the guy in the yellow tie.

Doesn’t he look familiar to you? Well, if he does there is a reason why.

That is the same guy who was on stage with Hillary in Las Vegas when she was heckled by left-wing protesters. Check

Well, check it out here.

The campaign later said that this man was Secret Service, but that was later disputed. People claimed that when he put his arm around Hillary Clinton that was a breach of protocol.

In the video, you can hear him say this.

“You’re okay,” he could be heard saying on the hot mic. “Keep talking,” he said as she stood in silence.

“We’ll handle it. We’re not going anywhere,” he said. “Keep talking.”

“Okay, we’ll keep talking,” Clinton told the audience.

Well, that does not sound like security to me. At any rate, this seems odd to me and it could mean that even though she is back Hillary is still sick.

This woman needs to crawl under a rock and never come back out, but we are not that lucky for that. I can only hope that she is not able to cause too much damage, but we all know the Clinton’s. They do not stop until they destroy everyone.

H/T [ The American Mirror ]

 

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