Most, if not all, of you reading this already know presumptive Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton for the fraud she is. And yet the Democrat party and its minions — supposedly all about concepts like “equality” and “fair share” — continue to give her a pass on her blatant hypocrisy and do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do attitude and behavior.As if it wasn’t ridiculous enough that Hillary makes more for one speech than most Americans will EVER make in one year, get a load of the specific demands she makes of those who want the privilege of paying her that much.
Via Fox News Insider:
A newly released memo uncovers the specific demands Hillary Clinton tacked on to her private speaking gigs while earning close to $2 million.
The hosts of Fox and Friends Weekend broke down the contents of that rider this morning, outlined here via CNN Money:
“According to the memo, Clinton requires travel by private jet, and even specifies that she prefers a Gulfstream 450 or larger. Her staff requires first class and business class tickets.
And two members of her staff require up to three days on site to prepare, with all local transportation and meals included.
The memo states Clinton should be booked into a presidential suite with up to three separate rooms attached.Clinton also requires a flat fee of $1,000 to pay for an onsite stenographer to record everything she says. However, Clinton is not required to provide the host with a copy, according to the memo.”
The former secretary of state was asked about her expensive speaking fees back in February, when CNN’s Anderson Cooper pointed out that she once made $675,000 for just three speeches.“Did you have to be paid $675,000?” he asked.
“Well, I don’t know. That’s what they offered,” Clinton replied.
Almost makes things like shutting down a NYC department store so she can get her $600 haircut without being hassled by the little people pale by comparison. Clearly, she’s far from just “one of us.”
Hillary earns the moniker the Queen every day — and it has nothing to do with being majestic.
Someone ought to clue her in to the fact that the United States is a republic whose government is of, by and FOR the people — not the other way around.
[Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]