Clowns in the 2016 election race are part of the props and distractions in the Big Game called ‘Hillary Clinton’s Last Hurrah.'

No Encores for Tim Kaine’s Creepy Clown Act

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Could be thanks to CBSN anchor and moderator Elaine Quijano, allowing Democrat vice president hopeful Tim Kaine to interrupt Republican hopeful Mike Pence some 70 times at last night’s ‘debate’, that he becomes the irrefutable owner of instant “creepy clown”  fame?

CBSN’s camera crew gave Kaine mucho face play unwittingly showing him as “another creepy clown”.

“ALERT”: Virginia authorities are on the hunt for ANOTHER “Creepy Clown” spotted near the V.P. debate”, C. Steven Tucker posted on Facebook last night.


Tim Kaine: “fast-talking” and “seemingly nervous”

It was a debut for which there will be no encores, and a show for which even some Democrats should be asking for their money back.

Even the Washington Post slammed Kaine, describing him as “fast-talking” and “seemingly nervous”.

“Tim Kaine: Someone must have told the Virginia senator he needed to always be on his front foot in the debate, always be the aggressor. (Washington Post, Oct. 5, 2016)

“It didn’t work. Kaine started the debate talking so quickly and trying to load so many Trump attacks into every answer that it made it virtually impossible to grasp any one attack. In the middle of the debate, Kaine seemed to relax into it — delivering an effective attack on Trump’s comments on women. But that Kaine was the exception, not the rule. When he wasn’t trying to stuff 10 pounds of attack in a five-pound bag in his answers, he was relentlessly interrupting Pence.  Every single time Pence started to level an attack against Hillary Clinton, Kaine immediately began to talk over him. I’m not sure if that was on purpose or not, but it didn’t come across well — at all. One glaring example: As Pence was recounting his personal experience on Sept. 11, 2001, Kaine interrupted to say, “I was in Virginia.” Um, okay. Not a good look.

* “Mike Pence: From the very beginning, Pence was the more comfortable of the two men on the debate stage. Pence repeatedly turned to the camera when he answered questions, making clear he understood that the real audience wasn’t in the room but watching on TV. The Indiana governor was calm, cool and collected throughout — a stark contrast to the fast-talking (and seemingly nervous) Kaine. Did Pence respond to Kaine’s dozens of attacks on Donald Trump? Only sort of.  What Pence seemed to be doing was making the case for Pence-ism, a, dare I say it, compassionate conservatism — a case for Pence 2020 or 2024. Regardless, Trump will very much take it, as Pence’s performance will offer a reset of sorts for a campaign that is scrambling badly due to self-inflicted wounds from the nominee. Win or lose next month, Pence did himself real good in the eyes of the Republican world on Tuesday night.

Getting hot and greasy under Kaine’s ‘clown face’

It must be getting hot and greasy under Kaine’s ‘clown face’ knowing how the former governor of Virginia got to be on last night’s debate stage in the first place.

Kaine is only the latest zombie on Hillary Clinton’s cunningly planned Clown Cake Walk:

Commenter David Campos reminds us that In 2008, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was the co-Chair of Hillary’s campaign.

“After Hillary was defeated by Barack Obama, she decided to rig the system from within by getting Debbie Wasserman Schultz to be the Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). In order for that to happen, the current Chair of the DNC (of that time) had to step down.

“How do you make a Chair of the DNC step down so that you can place one of your own corrupt minions in this powerful position you may ask?

“By owing him a BIG FAVOR.

“The former Chair of the DNC who stepped down so that corrupt Debbie could rig the system from within was none other than Tim Kaine (2009-2011).”


Clowns in the 2016 election race are part of the props and distractions in the Big Game called ‘Hillary Clinton’s Last Hurrah.’


The public has a short memory, and Clinton and Kaine are hoping voters will forget the trajectory of how Kaine came to be in the 2016 election race.

The only one who paid zero attention to Hillary’s sustained coughing fit during her September 5 campaign speech in Cleveland, Ohio, was Tim Kaine.

People watching the severity of Clinton’s coughing jag on video were asking why Kaine did not come to her aid, and at least call for water.

But clowns are there to decorate the stage and not to make water runs.

Clowns in the 2016 election race are part of the props and distractions in the Big Game called ‘Hillary Clinton’s Last Hurrah.’

Clown Tim Kaine proved last night that he should be sent back to the Big Circus rabble from whence he came.







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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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