Saturday, November 21, 2015

Why can't Hillary Speak Normally?

If you can't trust a person to speak normally instead of being a fake, how can you trust a person to be honest the rest of the time?
From the American Mirror: 
Hillary Clinton campaigned in Memphis, Tennessee yesterday and Huma Abedin didn’t forget to pack the candidate’s fake southern accent.
It took Clinton only about 50 seconds to unpack it before a crowd at LeMoyne-Owen College.
"I gotta tell you,” Hillary said with a distinct drawl, “I loved coming to Memphis in the past.
“You know, I didn’t live too far away for a long time, just across the river. Do we have anybody from Arkansas here toniiiiight?” she asked.
“Now, after the 2008 election, then president-elect Obama called me and asked me to come see him in Chicagooooo,” Clinton said.
“I didn’t know what he wanted. Turned out he wanted me to be secretary of staaaate.
“But before we talked about that, he said to me, ‘It’s so much worse than they told us.’ I said, ‘Mr. President-Elect, that’s exactly what my husband said to me after that election in 1992,” she said, with the southern drawl seemingly coming and going during her remarks.
It’s of course not the first time Clinton adopted a southern accent for a southern audience.
About a month ago, Clinton was campaigning in Hoover, Alabama in — miraculously — the accent made an appearance.
Hillary is such a fake person: fake views, fake accent, fake hair, fake honesty, fake ethics, fake knowledge of electronics.

1 comment:

  1. It's not so odd, really, especially if she spent much time talking to people before the rally. I've slipped back into some Ohio speech patterns since moving, and I've known people who have a "work voice," and a "home voice." Proper English for job interviews, colloquial, sloppy English elsewhere.

    What bugged me worse was George W. Bush's ALWAYS-ON, thick somewhere-in-Texas accent (even though he wasn't actually from Texas). No other Bush has that accent, and Dubya used it whether shootin' the shit with someone, or talking to world leaders. He was all, "wuddn't" for "was not," and "iddn't" for "is not." Not to mention "nu-cyoo-ler" for "nuclear." Drove me absolutely batty.