Remember when Michelle Obama recently waved her bear clawish manhands around, pointing her kielbasa-like fingers at Trump voters everywhere, telling the world, “When they go low, we go high”?
Democratic Party presidential loser Hillary Clinton was so enamoured with the phrase, she used it during her losing effort at the second presidential debate of the 2016 election held at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.
But Team Hillary didn’t stop at catch phrases.
They produced an attack ad against Donald Trump that was loosely based on the 1964 Daisy Ad that was effectively used at the time against Sen. Barry Goldwater.
The Clinton campaign slapped together their own campaign commercial entitled “Role Models.”
As we all remember, Team Hillary made a point of highlighting some of Trump’s more salty language moments while wide-eyed kidding were viewing.
Sec. Clinton made a point of admonishing each and every one of us to keep in mind who we were about to cast our ballots for.
After all, “Our children are watching. What example will we set for them?”
But now that the election and the inauguration are past tense, reporter David Rutz of The Washington Free Beacon has noticed something regarding the absolute and utter hypocrisy of the Left, especially since Jan. 20th.
Rutz cleverly used the same track as the Democrat campaign ad, but instead of the clips of President Trump, it was chock full of the less-than lady like moments by certain celebrities during last week’s Woman’s March in DC.
The Children Are Listening, Women’s March Speakers
That means you, Madonna
Some celebrity speakers at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday resorted to crude language and innuendo in their remarks, leading the Washington Free Beacon, like Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, to remind them that our children are listening.
That means you, Madonna and Ashley Judd.