Chelsea Clinton recently asked for some literary help on social media, thinking she was being cute.
BOOM! Juanita Broaddrick chimed in and made Chelsea wish she had never even broached the subject.
Chelsea asked on Twitter: “I need a thesaurus. What’s another word for horrifying? Sick? Awful? Running out of adjectives these days that mean unconscionably terrible”
Juanita Broaddrick, who claims that Bill Clinton raped her, was glad to give Chelsea another word for horrifying:
“Your father, Bill Clinton.”
Chelsea Clinton had taken to Twitter to opine on the detainment of an illegal immigrant who had already been deported six times. She called the woman’s arrest “unconscionably terrible.”
The illegal alien is also a convicted criminal and had been arrested. Chelsea wrote she needed a thesaurus to explain how horrified she was by the arrest.
The woman had been detained after a criminal complaint was filed on Feb. 9th that indicated she had previously been deported from the United States.
The undocumented immigrant in question was identified as Irvin Gonzalez, AKA Ervin Gonzalez, a transgender woman who was staying at the Center Against Sexual and Family Violence in El Paso, Texas.
Her arrests had been for various crimes including possession of stolen mail, false imprisonment, and assault, according to the criminal complaint filed by U.S. immigration officials.
Of course, Chelsea had no comment when her father deported Elián González at gunpoint in April of 2000. Elian had been rescued by two fishermen in 1999, floating alone off the coast of Florida. His mother had drowned during their attempted escape from Cuba.
He was placed with relatives in Miami, but his father — with the backing of former Cuban President Fidel Castro — began an campaign to have the boy sent home to Cuba.
Chelsea’s father, President Bill Clinton sent in the guns, took the boy, and sent him back to the socialist world of Cuba.
Of course, unlike most Cubans, Elián has lived the life of Riley in Cuba, being declared a national hero. I’d rather live in poverty in the US than as a hero in Cuba for sure!
But one thing is for sure, Chelsea was not looking for any special words to describe the “horrifying” situation back then.
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