Bill Clinton boots conservative journalist from a book-signing event

Investigative journalist, Laura Loomer, set out at 5 o’clock in the morning in New York City earlier this week with a mission: To attend a book-signing event featuring former President Bill Clinton, who has co-written a fiction novel titled, The President is Missing.

All she wanted to do was to ask the former POTUS one question, though it was a doozy: “Are you concerned that you will ever be prosecuted for raping Juanita Broaddrick?”

However, before she could even get close to Clinton, she was intercepted by his Secret Service detail and removed from the Barnes & Noble where the former president was holding his event.


It’s likely that the Secret Service and certainly the Barnes & Noble staff remember Loomer. In September, she confronted former first lady and U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton at her signing event for the low-selling book, What Happened.

Loomer, formerly an operative with James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, sought to ask Hillary, “So the American people would like to know, what happened to your 33,000 emails?” and, “What happened in Benghazi?”

Hillary responded quickly with a phony smile and, “Go read the book.”

Loomer followed up her initial questions with this one: “What happened to the millions of dollars that was supposed to go to the people in Haiti?” — a question in response to credible reports that the Clinton Foundation failed to fully disperse millions in donations that were to go specifically for earthquake relief in the chronically poor Caribbean nation. 

Eventually, Loomer was escorted out of Hillary’s venue as well. 

Later, in an interview with Fox Business, Loomer was defiant. When asked about being removed from the premises, Loomer noted, “This is probably the most hated woman in America. … You know, to be asking her questions … it was great.”

The treatment of Loomer not just by Democratic has-beens but by the Left in general is indicative of how all conservatives are treated: They are banned, censored, fined and attacked because intellectually, Marxists cannot defend their ideas and their political positions.

That’s because none of them make sense. They argue about “equality,” for example, but there is never any real equality because they, as leaders, always ensure they are well taken care of while the masses suffer “equally” (Venezuela and Cuba are but two examples).

They punish the successful with punitive regulations and taxes while becoming enablers for underachievement and government dependency — a dependent is far less able or willing to oppose his or her master than an independent, free-thinking self-sustainer.

And so on. 

In the realm of ideas, however, today’s Left has completely abandoned any semblance of fairness or interest in debate. Loomer is tossed out of venues by the hosts because they refuse to be bothered with legitimate questions regarding their past misdeeds. The Left doesn’t take responsibility; they only shift blame to others when they bother to address their corruption at all. (Related: YouTube-Google now mirroring the Communist Chinese govt. by censoring ALL content that goes against “the state”)

The Marxists running Facebook, YouTube, Google and the other social media and technology giants, ban conservative thinkers and their points of view like they ban or block independent media challenging the establishment status quo because they don’t have the intellectual firepower to debate us. 

When all Democrats bring to the table is socialism and an incessant, unhinged, irrational, unbalanced hatred for President Donald Trump, you know we’ve won the battle of ideas. The problem is getting through to the brainwashed masses who have the intellectual curiosity of a sleeping reptile.

The good news is Bill and Hillary Clinton, should they continue to escape justice, at least have some job prospects: They can go to work in the censorship division of their nearest social media behemoth.

They have lots of experience in that area.

Don’t let your news and information be censored — bookmark, which is updated all day, every day. 

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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