Hillary Clinton has a border wall around her Chappaqua estate.
Although, in fairness, shouldn’t every crooked (former) federal official who houses an illegal email server in their basement spare no expense trying to keep intruders away from the classified information they’re mishandling?
I mean she can’t have anyone get in there and expose what really happened in Benghazi or what her State Department did to Julian Assange, can she?
— Sheri Auclair (@sheriannauclair) August 13, 2016
In fact, it seems that Assange too might benefit from a wall around the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since a would-be intruder apparently tried to break in there the other day.
Maybe someone should ask Mrs. Clinton a question or two about that … under oath.
Further, the Clintons aren’t the only folks talking smack about President Donald Trump’s border wall from safely within their own fortresses of liberal hypocrisy.
Check out the walls surrounding many of the dorms at Harvard University.
I wonder, how many anti-border-wall antifa protesters “raise the drawbridge” before they retire there for the night.
Indeed, one wonders why Harvard built these walls in the first place given that the university already fields its own private deputized police force and has strategically placed emergency call boxes what seems like every 10 feet throughout its campus.
And Cambridge, Massachusetts is hardly as violent as other Democratic city strongholds like Chicago.
So, given that Harvard’s campus already seems better protected than the border, why the walls?
Regardless, for a bunch of people who are pretty outspoken against building walls, this group sure seems to like having their own.
I wonder, how would they feel about their walls, if it was them and their cohorts exposed to the whims of whoever decided to drop by unannounced — kind of like the rest of America?
Might they demand someone build something to protect them?
Methinks that they might.
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