Clinton Campaign Tells Laugh Factory to Take Down Roast Video
Presidential candidates need thick skin to keep their marathon campaigns running strong for two whole years. Apparently, this three minute video struck a nerve, because Clinton’s aide has demanded that it be removed from the Laugh Factory’s YouTube page immediately.
[Laugh Factory owner Jamie] Masada told Judicial Watch that a Clinton aide phoned him up and asked for the names and phone numbers of all the comedians in the clip. It is not clear why they would ask for the comedians' names as they are included in the video.
“They threatened me,” Mr Masada said. “I have received complains before but never a call like this, threatening to put me out of business if I don’t cut the video.
“He said the video was disgusting and asked who put me up to this.”
Disgusting? The video is rather innocuous for the usual comedy club fodder. Oh no, a menopause joke! Hillary marries a woman! Lewinsky blow job jokes! Oh dear me! This is really what the former Senator, Secretary of State, and First Lady, WHO LIVED THROUGH A SEX SCANDAL FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS, couldn’t stand being out there? This is worse to her than the brain-numbingly awful Benghazi trial?
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