WATCH: Fox News Guest Compares Hillary To HERPES – Chaos Ensues

Written by Wes Walker on November 23, 2018

‘Literally Hitler’ digs at Republicans are fine, but don’t you DARE compare the Hildebeast to Herpes!

Is our public school system failing so badly that we can’t even use simple figures of speech anymore? It’s a simile. A meaningful comparison between two otherwise dissimilar things.

Besides, under the new Liberal Rules, it’s perfectly fine for a brown-skinned woman to say mean things about a white woman, isn’t it? Or do those rules only apply when it’s a Liberal slagging a Conservative?

When discussing how Hillary is STILL in the news cycle, despite having lost the election two years ago, the FoxNews guest from Turning Point, Anna Paulina made use of a simile that got her in hot water.

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Fox News on Thursday issued an apology to its viewers after a guest said on air that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was like “herpes.”

Turning Points USA Director of Spanish Engagement Anna Paulina made the comments as a panel discussed the scandal surrounding the former Democratic presidential candidate’s use of a private email server.

During the segment, Fox News host Rick Leventhal mentioned that he was “amazed” that Clinton is still making headlines.

“She won’t go away, she’s like herpes,” Paulina said.

Leventhal appeared initially stunned at the comment, then said: “Okay, that’s news that were breaking here, not appropriate.”

Paulina was taken off the air as the segment continued.
Source: TheHill

You can get offended all you like by the comparison, but is it an accurate use of a literary device?

True or false, even when you think she’s finally disappeared, Hillary comes back again to the public spotlight.

True or false, herpes has a cycle of breaking out, clearing up and coming back again?

True or false, between Slick Willy’s checkered sexual past, and Hillary’s close friendships with sketchy figures like Weinstein and Anthony Weiner, a reference to a sexually transmitted disease is particularly punchy.

Oh, but they’re afraid we’re not treating Hillary with respect.

She’s the one who called half the nation ‘deplorable’ and ‘irredeemable’. The one who was using politics of personal destruction on women with legitimate sexual allegations against her husband.

How ‘unfair’ it is for anyone to compare her to a disease.

After all, nobody could ever accuse herpes of malicious intent.

Even the most hopelessly landlocked Trump fan can unleash their ‘inner surfer’ with this one!

There is no question, Trump is the ‘Big Kahuna’ of politics.

News network can’t go two stories without bringing his name into the conversation one way or another.

We watched as Trump rallies helped the races he threw his support behind.

Next time, his name is at the top of the ticket. The support that responded to his involvement in a few Midterm races will be energized in all 50 States. And you know what that means…

A bright red wave. It even captured his ‘Don’t GAF’ style nicely.

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