Hillary Holds Book Signing At Costco, Gets a Nasty Surprise After Shoppers See What She Did

Last October, Hillary Clinton thought she had the election all wrapped up. In her mind, there was no way that Donald Trump was going to win the presidency. Without a doubt when election night rolled around she would be giving her victory speech and liberals and she would live happily ever after.

Fortunately for everybody, that did not happen and Donald Trump became the next POTUS. Liberals cried and Conservatives rejoiced. After the election, Hillary disappeared from the public eye for a short time, and many people hoped it would be the last we would ever hear from her. That was too good to be true. Months later she reemerged and began promoting her memoirs of the 2016 elections.

Recently, Hillary was promoting her book at Costco while offering to sign copies to her adoring fans. It is fitting that she wound up at a bulk discount store, but it’s what was going on outside that had Hillary steaming.

According to CTPost:

BROOKFIELD — There hasn’t been much to laugh about for Hillary Clinton. Not when you win the popular vote, but lose the election to Donald Trump.

But nestled beneath pallets of paper towels and Poland Spring at the back of Costco warehouse in Brookfield, Clinton LOL’d – laughed out loud — Saturday, as she signed copies of her memoir “What Happened” for about 1,000 diehards.

 Many of them had camped out overnight, including Deserie Sargent, whose “I’m with nasty” pin and “covfefe #resist” hat — a dig at Trump’s Twitter typo — provided a moment of levity for Clinton.

“It was worth it,” Sargent said.

The Stratford resident arrived there at 2 a.m. — early by most shoppers’ standards but eight hours later than Eric Bosco-Schmidt and his husband, Tony Bosco-Schmidt, who with their son, Tyler, 9, and daughter, Maya, 16, were first in line to meet Clinton.

 “Wow, you were here yesterday,” Clinton said, shaking hands with the Brookfield family, who pitched a tent outside the big box store.

In the first of two scheduled visits to Connecticut on Clinton’s national book tour, it was shades of Black Friday – minus the discounted electronics and doorbusters; not with the Secret Service calling the shots, as they did for the former secretary of state and former first lady.

“I was just on the phone with my mother and she said, ‘Are you crazy?’ ” said Eric Bosco-Schmidt, 52, who arrived at Costco around 6:15 p.m. Friday.

Huma Abedin, the longtime Clinton confidant who had been in line to be White House chief of staff, helped choreograph the steady stream of shoppers like a campaign rope line.

“Right through the curtain, ma’am,” Abedin, the estranged wife of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, directed Clinton devotees, as they picked up their signed books.

Once the other side of the curtain, in the dairy section, the $30 memoir and copies of Clinton’s 2006 children’s book, “It Takes a Village,” were neatly arranged on tables.

“When does the former first lady come to the town where you live” Tony Bosco-Schmidt said.

It was a cathartic experience for many of Clinton’s supporters, including Michelle Greene, who on her night off from her job as a group home residential instructor settled into a camping chair outside the store.

“I think she was totally robbed,” said Greene, 52, of Redding.

A smattering of protesters with “Hillary for Prison” signs and “Make American Great Again” were relegated to a street corner across from the store, where they blamed Clinton for the deaths of the four Americans in the 2012 Benghazi attack.

“I’m sure she has armed security here,” said Michael DelValle, 58, a semi-retired Ferrari technician from Brookfield.

A few yards away from him, Brookfield High School freshman Steven Cioffi held up a sign that said, “Hillary drinks almond milk.”

Frank Weller, 66, of Danbury, who met Clinton with his daughters in 2000 when she was first lady, didn’t see the point of protesting.

“I think they’ve got better things to do,” Weller said.

Protesters were camped outside across the street.

A smattering of protesters with “Hillary for Prison” signs and “Make American Great Again” were relegated to a street corner across from the store, where they blamed Clinton for the deaths of the four Americans in the 2012 Benghazi attack.

Some chanted “Hillary for Prison” at Clinton.

Hillary will never be able to outrun these people. As long as she tries to stay relevant, there will always be someone around to remind her of all the wrong things she has done. We are so fortunate that Clinton is not in office. The country would be a very different place and it wouldn’t be for the best.

H/T Young Cons, CTpost

 

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