Whenever liberals say something particularly silly or unintentionally ironic, it’s a good idea to check the Twitter account of actor James Woods. Because sure as the sky comes up, he will have a marvelous send-up of them waiting for you.
In a Hollywood full of liberals, Woods is a conservative who pulls no punches. And he showed that again in his response to a tweet from former President Bill Clinton about Haiti and using Clinton Foundation funds for his daughter Chelsea’s wedding.
From Biz Pac Review:
Clinton posted a tweet in which he denied a report that claims stolen Clinton Foundation donations paid for daughter Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.
“No Clinton Foundation funds—dedicated to Haiti or otherwise—were used to pay for Chelsea’s wedding. It’s not only untrue, it’s a personal insult to me, to Hillary, and to Chelsea and Marc.”
Woods didn’t hold back.
“The balls on this guy! You looted Haiti like a peg-legged pirate. You, your crooked wife, and your cheesy slush fund “foundation” worked in concert to turn it into the shithole it has become. #BagmanBill #ClintonFoundation #Haiti,” he scorned in the first tweet.
He then moved on with a real zinger.
“Epithet??!! Try this epithet on for size: “human humidor.” That’s what you turned your intern into in the confines of our White House. It wasn’t your personal brothel, you hypocrite, it was the People’s White House. Epithet, my ass.”
His final shot buried Clinton.
“You were impeached for perjury. Zip it.”
Clinton started the whole discourse with the internet after knocking President Donald Trump for his alleged comments about Haiti. Maybe it’s not the best idea to criticize someone for allegedly calling Haiti that word when you yourself helped to make it that way?
Of course, just a thought.
But using the impoverished people who have just been through a horrible disaster to enrich ‘FOB’ (Friends of Bill) doesn’t exactly come off as caring.
And notice how Clinton is not actually disputing that he left Haiti a mess, he’s just defending that he didn’t use Clinton Foundation funds for the wedding because that would be a ‘personal insult.’ Maybe ripping off people is a personal insult as well.
And his aide, Doug Band, seems to support the claim that Foundation funds were used in this email thread with John Podesta.
Woods’ tweets inspired some other great responses.
Great job, Mr. Woods! Keep up the wit!
[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]