SENSITIVE: Hillary Clinton Set Guidelines For SNL So They Wouldn’t Make Fun Of Her Too Much
Hillary Clinton cannot handle humor apparently.
Her high-profile SNL appearance this past weekend was a strategically planned bore-fest, complete with rules and regulations that she negotiated with NBC so that they wouldn’t make fun of her too much.
One suspects that Clinton’s team negotiated limits to how vicious the humor could get, mindful of the night in October 2008 when, during the closing weeks of the presidential campaign, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin[.] …
So it was smart of the seasoned campaign operatives on Clinton’s team to avoid letting their candidate be displayed as a fool. …
Beyond the actual appearance, in fact, it’s safe to assume the Clinton campaign directly or indirectly negotiated her appearance as part of a de facto package deal with NBC to showcase the candidate.
What does it say about Hillary when she can’t even handle a little bit of being made fun of. Sensitive much?