Is this what Americans have to look forward to should Hillary Clinton become the next dictator, ahem, President of the United States?
Owner of legendary Chicago comedy club, “The Laugh Factory,” could pay a hefty price for releasing a video spoof showing comedians poking fun at Clinton.
The video ironically titled, “Hillary vs. The First Amendment” takes Clinton to task for everything from her manly attire and sexual orientation, to her handling of husband Bill’s notorious infidelity.
Basically, the video shows comedians using their First Amendment rights to do anything and everything they can to poke fun at the presidential hopeful. Because that’s what comedians do, and no one is, or at least should be, off limits.
The video producer was impressively able to keep the montage to under three minutes. But those short minutes reportedly rose the dander of the Clinton campaign, prompting an almost immediate call from one higher-up who allegedly threatened Laugh Factory owner, Jamie Masada.
“He said the video was disgusting and asked who put me up to this,” Masada said.
Who put him up to it? Hillary, by her very existence put him up to it!
Masada sought the advice of conservative legal group Judicial Watch for help. “They threatened me,” Masada told them. “I have received complaints before but never a call like this, threatening to put me out of business if I don’t cut the video.”
Masada also said the Clinton staffer asked for the names of the comedians, but he refused and hung up, according to Judicial Watch.
You can watch the video below while you still enjoy your First Amendment rights, but be warned for graphic language.
*Update: Masada talked to KFI radio and while maintaining his story admitted the call he received could have been a prank. Either way, Masada said “he’d die before taking anything down.” Good for him.
This story is still developing. The radio interview can be heard below.
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