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Bill Clinton is not ‘star of the night’

The Democratic National Convention should have aired on the Cartoon Network.

One night was an infomercial for the corruption and moral degeneracy that permeates the D.C. swamp and former President Bill Clinton being the Democratic party’s “Star of the Night.”

It was only a few weeks removed from a bombshell containing unsealed documents in a lawsuit filed by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, claiming that “Slick Willie” was observed frolicking with “two young girls” on the billionaire pedophile’s private island where sexual orgies were a regular occurrence.

Clinton took over two dozen trips on Epstein’s Boeing 727 airborne sex den dubbed “The Lolita Express” to the island the locals referred to as “pedo island” and “orgy island.”

The man wagged his finger in the faces of Americans and lied that “he did not have sexual relations with that woman.” But we all know the truth in that lie with his impeachment and loss of his law license.

To think that during his “Star of the Night” speech, he had the audacity to give President Donald Trump a lecture on what the Oval Office should be used for — what a laugh.

I guess he was hoping the generation of today has never heard about his Oval Office escapades or that they have all been forgotten about his illicit affair with young White House intern Monica Lewinsky, denying it ever happened until Ms. Lewinsky produced the infamous blue dress she had worn during an encounter with the president.

And he goes on TV at the DNC and lectures Trump on what the White House should be used for. This was the Democratic Party’s “Star of the Night?”

Roxine Copp

Hollidaysburg

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