Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Hillary Clinton Ad Makes a Gross, Exploitive, Emotional Pitch to Hispanics

America’s panderer-in-chief Hillary Clinton, in her desperate bid to salvage a win in Nevada on the backs of Hispanic voters, released a new piece of election propaganda that taps new lows of (child) exploitation, even for her.

With days to go before the Saturday Nevada caucuses, the Clinton campaign released an advertisement, titled “Brave,” that features a single, poignant moment from the campaign trail to highlight the candidate’s position on immigration.

The scene, purposely resembling a reality TV show more than a polished advertisement, shows Clinton sitting in front of a classroom. The face of a girl in attendance fades in and out of focus as the camera shakes and the audio is washed-out from noise in the room.

Quick Reality Check: the footage is obviously shot with multiple cameras, and is not some amateur cell phone video. So, really, every camera in the room has trouble holding focus? This smells as staged as a mediocre high school production of “My Fair Lady.”

In the certainly-not-staged-video, we hear a young girl say “My parents, they have a letter of deportation [big edit] …I’m scared they are going to be deported.”

Off camera, Clinton leaps at the pandering opportunity like a tiger on steak, calling the girl over, in the consoling way a concerned mother might summon a sobbing child. Still wiping away tears, the girl climbs onto her lap. “I’m going to do everything I can so you don’t have to be scared,” Hillary says, obviously on Davon if not Molly. For more than 40 seconds of the 60-second ad, the camera remains on the two, and Clinton continues to try to console.

“You’re being very, very brave, and you have to be brave for them, too,” she says. “Let me do the worrying. I’ll do all the worrying, is that a deal?” The girl nods and gives Clinton a big hug as the camera pans out and people sitting nearby wipe away their own tears.

It was at that point I personally puked on my keyboard.