Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Must not mock Hillary

An 81-year-old Rhode Island store owner has come under fire on social media for dangling a 'lyin' Hillary Clinton doll from what customers described as a 'noose'.

Customers have slammed Tony Polseno Jr, the owner of Pleasant View Orchards store in Smithfield, for the controversial display of the pant-suited plush toy near a Donald Trump election campaign sign.

He said a customer purchased the doll online and gave it to him, so he decided to hang it from his wall.

The doll makes statements that include, 'Not a single one of my emails was classified,' when it's squeezed.

It also says 'I don't believe I ever lied — to the public' and 'When I got off the plane in Bosnia I had to dodge sniper fire,' the Providence Journal reported.

Yelp and Facebook commenters are offended by the doll's placement.

Polseno's wife, Camella, told the Journal the couple have received at least one harassing  message.

The 'Lyin' Hillary Doll' sold out the day after the election, the Journal reported.



Anonymous said...

There are many small minded people who are angry because a lying, crooked, incompetent female did not get elected.

Bird of Paradise said...

Who needs to fly off on a broom? Hillary dose and why should anyone follow her she'll just turn you into a toadiefrog

ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N said...

That's just brilliant! Finally a useful historical "inaction" figure. That's a first. I wonder if it'll be banned like golliwogs. They should remain in production.

stinky said...

They don't want to be reminded of either their loss in the election, or of the culture change that is accompanying it.

Neener neener.

Spurwing Plover the fighting shorebird said...

Anon 1:58 Yeah and watch them throwing their little temper tanrums on the streets,RIOTING,LOOTING,BURNING and CREATING HAVOC and frankly they all need to leave

Anonymous said...

“It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f#$%ing what."

[I saw hate in a graveyard -- Stephen Fry, The Guardian, 5 June 2005]”