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Vanity Fair's young folks told Hillary Clinton
she's too old to run for POTUS
by Nathan'ette Burdine: December 31, 2017

The young folks at Vanity Fair told Hillary Clinton she needs to go and rest her old bones and do what old folks do.

And the things that old folks do, who are in their 70s like the former secretary of state, are go to church on Sunday, play bingo, knit, crochet, play with the grandchildren and cook apple pies.

From what I’ve heard, the former secretary of state makes a pretty good apple pie.

Vanity Fair writer Maya Koss believes the former secretary of state should continue making those good apple pies.

Koss suggested that Clinton should do, “volunteer work, knitting, improve comedy-literally anything that will keep you from running again.”

Weeeelllll, there’s the problem. Koss and the other young folks at Vanity Fair think Clinton should retire from politics.

Koss and the young folks never minded the fact that Clinton is not only a former secretary of state and former U.S. senator from the state of New York, but she is also the former first lady.

And the former first ladies don’t retire from politics. Just like their husbands, they go out and promote the causes that they care about the most. It’s their jobs. But these young folks don’t see that. They just see Mrs. Clinton as the former secretary of state and U.S. senator from New York who’s still trying to be the first female president.

Needless to say, this didn’t go over too well with Clinton’s fans on the Twitter. The hashtag Cancel Vanity Fair started trending.

Folks told Koss and the other young folks at Vanity Fair that the problem with young folks nowadays is that they are disrespectful to those who made it possible for them to do what they do.

Elizabeth Lee tweeted, “Vanity Fair is over. Those snotty ignorant kids don’t know anything about Hillary’s history or what she has accomplished. So full of themselves. Not one of them will ever amount to the dirt on her shoes.”

Yeah, Ms. Lee went there on the young folks. She basically told them that they aren’t as good as the dirt on Clinton’s shoes.

Another person who went there on the young folks was Cassie St. Onge. St. Onge decided she’d list five things for the Vanity Fair Hive Editors to do which includes: "1) Don’t make videos on Ambien 2)Show some fucking respect to the 1st female Presidential nominee of a major political party and the former 1st lady and secretary of state 3) Learn what funny is 4) Fuck off 5) See 4 6) See 5."

Ouch, she hit them where it hurts. St. Onge basically told the young folks at Vanity Fair that they are so sad that they can’t come at Clinton with the one thing, humor, that they should be able to come at her with.

Now, that’s a shame right there. Welp, that’s why young folks should stay in their 20mph and 30mph lanes and not try to veer into the 70 mph lane. Stay in your lane! That’s what folks should do!

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