Jimmy Fallon trotted out his female writers from The Tonight Show on Wednesday’s program to read thank-you notes to failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and it’s the most pathetic thing you’ll see all day.
One by one, the ladies came out, sat at Fallon’s desk and heaped praise on Clinton whose desperate need for attention was satiated with each slobbery word. With reflective music playing in the background, the ladies touted her “firsts” as a woman and many of her political accomplishments. They praised Clinton for handling the loss with unimaginable grace and poise, but also offered to be there for her with a gallon of ice cream and an encouraging word that she is “so much better than him.” We’re not sure if that refers to President Trump or her husband.
Then, a special guest arrived: the ever-tawdry Miley Cyrus. She was immediately in tears as she gushed:
“Thank you, Hillary, for being a constant beacon of strength, hope, and determination for me and millions of other young women. You’ve been a role model and an inspiration, and a voice of reason in uncertain times. I could go on and on, but I’d like to get right to the point. Can I give you a hug?”
Clinton beamed, soaking in every last drop of leftist admiration. It’s surprising she’s not burned out on the elation after nearly a year of milking the tears from her supporters after suffering a devastating loss to Donald J. Trump. But like an addict to crack, she keeps coming back for more — and she ain’t going anywhere, as she stated in her own thank-you note:
“Thank you, Miley, The Tonight Show writers, and all of the women and young girls out there. You are smart, strong, and deserving of every opportunity. Together, we’ve made our voices heard, we’ve done great things, and we’ve come a long way. But as Miley would say, ‘We can’t stop and we won’t stop!’”
Sen. John McCain also knows what it’s like to lose a presidential campaign, but he handled defeat much differently, as his daughter Meghan explained on Twitter:
Sadly, Democrats only know how to MoveOn.org.
If you can stomach it, watch the segment below: