It was Party Time at the State Department, then BLAM!

On election night there were some big liberal party plans at the State Department Embassy in Afghanistan. By all accounts, candidate Hillary Clinton was a certain bet to be the next President of the United States of America.

There was definitely a party atmosphere as the ballot counting started. Bands and refreshments were on hand and even a pinata party was in the wings. Trump was to be the toasted victim that night. Then the results started coming in. 

As you remember it turned out to be a very bad night for Hillary. To lose after being a 93% certainty to win was quite a fall. It is rumored that Hillary Clinton did not have a concession speech written, just in case. That is how sure they all were.

As Written By Hank Berrien for the Daily Wire:

The night of the 2016 presidential election, State Department employees in the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, where it was already morning, were preparing to celebrate a Hillary Clinton victory.

As Politico reports, the basement was “dominated by State Department employees, who are officially barred from political activism while living abroad but tend to support Democrats; some, anticipating a Hillary Clinton victory, were even calling the occasion a party. On the wall hung a Donald Trump piñata.”


As the news started coming that Trump had taken a big lead: silence. The cover band that was playing packed up and left. Some Clinton fans stepped out to smoke; uniformed soldiers and veterans who were Trump fans remained.

It shouldn’t be surprising that the State Department employees were excitedly anticipating a Clinton victory; that result would guarantee they would keep their jobs, as opposed to being dismissed by President Trump after a Trump…….


OOPS: State Department Employees Were Preparing A Party For Hillary On Election Night | Daily Wire

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