We could do a report on how last night’s Grammys were an anti-Trump bash from top to bottom, but the examples of hypocrisy and ignorance are too numerous to list.

One, however, stands out, involving various celebrities who read excerpts from the provably fictitious White House expose, “Fire and Fury.”

Of those celebrities, one former First Lady chimed in, with Hillary Clinton reading an excerpt about the President’s penchant for eating at McDonald’s.

It appears they enticed Clinton to the Grammys by promising her she might actually win something for a change.

“The Grammys in the bag?” she excitedly asked after her segment.

 

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley fired back at Clinton’s appearance, saying “that part ruined the Grammys.”

After a Washington Post reporter claimed the Clinton appearance “was worth waiting up for,” Haley responded simply, “I disagree.”

“That part ruined the Grammys,” she said. “Such a shame.”

 

Haley explained further in a follow-up tweet.

“I have always loved the Grammys but to have artists read the Fire and Fury book killed it,” she said. “Don’t ruin great music with trash.”

 

Haley has reason to be upset with the “Fire and Fury” reading, especially from someone Hollywood is trying to portray as a champion of women in Clinton.

The book’s author, Michael Wolff, asserted that through his work, readers could surmise that Haley had slept her way to her role in the Administration, engaging in an affair with President Trump.

Haley lambasted the author and his work as “disgusting.”

https://twitter.com/politicalelle/status/956914292095242242

 

But yeah, a guy who thinks Haley – a historically significant minority female – had to have an affair to get where she is, is being championed by Clinton.

There is no bigger detriment to women’s rights than Hillary, a woman who pushes this garbage and has quite consistently enabled sexual abusers throughout her career.

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