Greg Gutfeld has the perfect solution to address Hillary Clinton‘s problem of not being able to graciously fade away.
Being a “lingerer,” Gutfeld introduces a new drug to help Clinton out.
The caption accompanying the faux product ad reads: “Do you linger around too long? Never know it’s time to leave the party? Our newest sponsor, Lingerex, has the solution for you.”
— Greg Gutfeld Show (@GregGutfeldShow) June 18, 2017
“Lingerex sends signals to the part of the brain responsible for those embarrassing urges, and replaces them with dignity and self-restraint,” the voice-over explains.
Dignity and self-respect, you say?
Social media users love Lingerex so much they’re eager to prescribe the product to a host of politicians.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
This is great. https://t.co/6LgyGS9z0F
— Kel in Cali (@KinCali1) June 19, 2017
If only this were real, if only. https://t.co/ytHmY8vlPI
— Steven Rosenblum (@StevenRosenblum) June 19, 2017
— Stephen Alley (@StephenAlley64) June 19, 2017
Gutfeld & Co. is mandatory viewing for hilarious political commentary. A political junkies on the right can't miss! https://t.co/NZ9rN6cA8y
— Robert Lawence (@panamabob2012) June 18, 2017
— Judson McCulloch (@JudsonMcCulloch) June 18, 2017
This is hilarious
— Hettie (@hahume) June 18, 2017
I can think of several others , along with HRC, who may need to take this Rx.
— Christine Carpenter (@Christi77929362) June 18, 2017
She’s like ringworm!
— LORI♡COVFEFE! (@trmp1213) June 18, 2017
The whole democratic parry needs to take this medication.🤣🤣🤣🤣
— John Volpe (@Johnnyv1308) June 19, 2017
My sister just turns off the lights. It does work.
— Craig Levitt (@CraigNLevitt) June 18, 2017
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