WASHINGTON, DC – When news broke this week of Hillary Clinton having literally auctioned off “influence” in a series of eBay auctions stretching back over most of the past decade, the response from camp Clinton was quick, angry, and clear.
“So what if the former First Lady and former Secretary of State had one or two or three hundred eBay auctions over the course of the last eight or ten years literally selling influence to the highest bidders?” asked Clinton spokesperson Herbert Tool rhetorically in a sternly phrased statement released to the press in order to get them to shut up and ignore the obvious North America sized cloud of corruption hovering over Hillary. “As for those suggesting that by having scores of auctions literally selling influence to the highest bidder, somehow Mrs. Clinton is guilty of selling influence to the highest bidder, I have to wonder if maybe they have their tin foil hats fastened a little too tightly.”
“You’d have to be some sort of crackpot crazy conspiracy theorist to actually believe that Hillary Clinton is selling influence to the highest bidder by selling influence to the highest bidder!”
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