Gotta Love Pat Sajak and his “Wheel of Hillary” Tweets!


It seems Hillary Clinton is always trying to prove to Americans that she is just like the average American, though we all know she isn’t. I mean…seriously? Clinton’s a former Secretary-of-State and former First Lady…ordinary…give me a break. This from a woman who collected at least $1.8 million for only 8 speeches to big banks, like Goldman Sachs and UBS, buys handbags for $1600 and gets an haircut for an AVERAGE price of $600.

I certainly wouldn’t call that average, would you? If that’s average…I’ve got some swamp land in Florida to sell you.

Clinton does not live the life of an average American, and trying to convince the public that she does is insulting and offensive. But that won’t stop her from trying.


Conservative and “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak didn’t waste any time slamming Clinton for trying to look like a regular person. Although he didn’t call her out by name, it’s fairly safe to assume Sajak was referencing Clinton and her little subway show.

Here’s Sajak’s post on Twitter in reference:

Apr 7

Please, professional politicians, stop trying to prove you’re “regular people.” If you have to prove it, you’re not.


It didn’t take long for the Internet to respond to his post — and it appears that many people agreed with him.

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