All Hail Hillary: Students Locked In Classrooms As Clinton Visits "Everyday Iowans"

Yesterday we were told about Hillary's "Everyday Americans" and exposed the ugly reality of just who stands behind her. Today she meets with some "Everyday Iowans" but as you will read... the attendees were carefully selected and students were locked inside classrooms to avoid any embarrassing questions being asked...

As Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog exclaims, You can’t make this up. You really can’t.

So just days after oligarch extraordinaire Hillary Clinton finally put us out of our misery and announced her campaign for the U.S. Presidency, she decided it would be shrewd to kick things off by “having conversations with everyday Iowans” via a “van tour.” These aren’t my words, it is exactly how the PR stunt was marketed by her campaign. See:

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Naturally, the whole thing was staged, and the experience of most “everyday Iowans” was far from any sort of conversation. In fact, many were locked in their classrooms to prevent her highness from even having to view the rabble.

The Des Moines Register notes that:

Monticello, Ia. – Students at the community college where Hillary Clinton spoke Tuesday told reporters they were locked in their classrooms as the Democratic presidential candidate arrived.


Secret Service did lock down the main hallway as Clinton entered at 1:10 p.m. Tuesday, and students in classrooms along that hall were asked not to go into the hall as she was walking in. But they could be escorted to use the bathrooms or to other parts of the building, organizers said.

At least the plebs were permitted to remove bodily fluids while her majesty was present. With an escort of course.

One student in particular, Erika Smalley, composed a humorous blog post detailing her experience in the piece, I Am An ‘Everyday Iowan’ And Here Is How Close I Got To Hillary Clinton Today, which is worth a read.

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I wonder if Wall Street employees are locked in their offices when she visits the executives suites. Somehow, I doubt it.