Clinton makes debut at first post-pneumonia rally to a most unfortunate song choice

Despite cancelling numerous campaign stops because of her mysterious illnesses and even as she was filmed totally collapsing and thrown into an SUV, Hillary Clinton decided it would be a good idea to use the song “I Feel Good” as she came out on stage at a recent appearance… and the mocking was merciless.

For her rally in Greensboro, North Carolina on September 15, the Democrat nominee’s minders must have thought they had picked a song that was defiant and funny. NPR’s White House correspondent made note of the song choice on her Twitter feed:

But eyes immediately began rolling and the sharp elbows were instant:

Some were especially shocked since the singer of the song, James Brown, had a long history as a woman abuser, a felon, and even died of… wait for it… pneumonia!


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