Watch Chelsea Clinton get asked if her real dad is Web Hubbell while her fake dad is a predator


So, this happened…From The American Mirror

Conservative activist Robert Morrow attended Chelsea Clinton’s book signing in Austin, Texas Friday with camera in hand.

“Has your mother ever told you that you’re the daughter of Webb Hubbell, and not Bill Clinton,” he said while Chelsea was looking down, signing a copy of “It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going.”

The question was in reference to a long-time rumor alleging Chelsea was the result of an affair between the Clinton lawyer and Hillary.

Here’s the video:

I have no cause to defend the Clinton Family for any reason whatsoever, so don’t misconstrue anything as me defending them when I say WTF is this crap?

This guy had a shot at a Clinton and he wasted it on inconsequential sex jokes?

This is the kind of garbage panty-wetting social-justice warring commie boys do to conservatives because they have no substance in their brains to work with. Don’t get me wrong…


You don’t need to be a genius geneticist to see why this rumor has legs. Sometime 40-50 years from now when it doesn’t matter anymore the liberal media is going to call this a shocking bombshell, assuming they’ll still care about who a baby’s daddy is by then.

But Morrow could have chosen instead to go after something that actually matters, like the statement she made about not being able to “care about money on some fundamental level” after being paid over 600K to be an extremely part-time correspondent for NBC.

Statements like that are the equivalent of going on #2 on the good rug in the liberal elitist penthouse, and nobody in the MSM so much as rolls up a magazine to whap her in the nose for it.

So, THAT was something to attack her on… not rumor-mongering that makes all conservatives look petty.

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