‘What A Disaster’: Boos, Catcalls Mar Hillary Clinton’s Coronation Speech

The loud chanting drowned out some of the calls and some protesters were reportedly ejected from the arena, but the spontaneous chanting and continuing boos created a distracting atmosphere, apparently making it difficult at times for Clinton to get through her speech.

  • marty_p

    Hillary is being quoted as saying “Trump unqualified to be POTUS as he is easily baited by a Tweet”…. wasn’t her husband easily baited by a Tw@t (Monica Blewclinsky)

    • Clausewitz

      Would rather vote for Monika than Hillary………..

  • SDMatt

    She didn’t handle it well.

    I couldn’t hear the catcalls but you could tell that the “Hillary!” chants, coming awkwardly as they did mid-sentence, were an attempt to drown out dissent. So good on the DNC to coach the Hillbots to drown out dissent.

    However the pansuited candidate should have been coached to stop speaking at those moments and with outstretched arms provide a “They like me! They really, really like me” moment.

    Instead she kept blathering on with fear in her eyes, telegraphing that she was being booed. Not good.

    • BillyHW

      The “Hill-a-ry” chants were so unenthusiastic and at the wrong times, like coming from a bunch of programmed robots.

    • They had white noise machines going – we’ll have an article on that later.

    • Clinton has no temperament to deal with any opposition.

  • SDMatt

    Video of CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and Gloria Borger partying it up after Hill’s speech:


    On the other hand, Bill may have fallen asleep during Hill’s oration:


    • John

      He’s dreaming of Monica.

  • BillyHW

    I heard they purged the Bernie people out of the building and even blocked the entire California delegation. They must’ve paid people to fill the empty seats.

  • John

    Her speech was incredible on a certain level, and I believe it will be listened to over and over again by those…

    afflicted with insomnia.

    It sure as hell put Bill to sleep!

  • Dana Garcia

    I can’t imagine having to listen to that awful voice for the next four years. Trump should put together an ad featuring her squawky hectoring.

  • Linda1000

    She’s not a bad speaker but kind of boring or her voice doesn’t project very well and she kept clearing her throat and I didn’t get any sense of dynamic enthusiasm. I can see her appeal to women though as she focused mostly on kids, family, education, health care. She accuses Trump of not having any plans to implement his policies but Hillary said nothing about reducing the debt, tackling immigration, rebuilding the military and little about the economy. In spite of her many years of public service experience in various roles, it seems she hasn’t accomplished that much other than visiting 156 countries as Sec. of State, health care for 8 million needy kids (why only 8 million?) and taking out Osama bin Laden. You can see what’s coming though as she “believes in science” and climate change is real so more green energy schemes, a pathway to legalize 11 million illegals already in the country and she intends to go after big corporations to pay more taxes for her schemes to reduce student debt and get free tuition for all. Good luck with those tax plans in addition to her added carbon taxation for smart energy. There seemed to be a lot issues that she just didn’t mention at all and I really don’t care that she might be the first female president of the U.S. as there have been many female leaders around the world already but I guess that’s breaking a glass ceiling in the U.S. In the end, I wasn’t left with a feeling confidence her ability to get the job done as POTUS.

  • Hard Little Machine

    The disconnect between reality and media presentation will go down in history as one of the most stunning and egregious manipulations of the modern age. Right up there with the 1936 Olympics.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Once again, Judy Holliday.

  • J. C.

    I caught part of her speech last night… Very unconvincing. It was obvious she didn’t believe a single word that was coming out of her own mouth.