The Clinton Scandal Meme Project Part Three: Senator Clinton

Editor’s Note: this article is part of a larger, ongoing series entitled “The Clinton Scandal Meme Project.”  The primary purpose of this series is to catalogue all of the Clinton family scandals through the power of dank memes and thereby make the true scope of the Clinton’s corruption and criminality comprehensible to younger readers born long after everyone involved should have gone to jail. This article focuses entirely on Hillary Clinton’s time as a NY State Senator and ends just before her ill-fated run for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 2008. Like most prolonged periods of public life in collective Clinton history – Hillary’s seven year term in the Senate was marked by scandals, strong words and very few noteworthy political accomplishments; aside from staying out of a prison during yet another round of Clinton scandals that is.

As a final note, none of the memes presented in this series are intended to ultimately prove the Clinton’s guilt or innocence – they’re merely gathered together to properly illustrate the shocking and bizarre series of random coincidences that seem to result in one Clinton or another being investigated by the relevant authorities at every possible moment in time since they entered government. After all, Hillary Clinton herself has frequently suggested that the numerous scandals that embroil the family are merely the result of a vast, right wing conspiracy and I personally don’t see any reason to disbelieve her except that it’s probably completely goddamn fucking impossible for an innocent person to be accused, charged or investigated as often as the Clintons have been.

 

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  • Nina Illingworth