That house Hillary bought Chelsea? It was really for White House staff because 'I thought I was going to win'

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Published by: Robert Laurie on Monday September 11th, 2017

Arrogance and overconfidence.

You may recall that, last year, news broke about the Clintons purchasing a second home.  Situated next to their current digs in Chappaqua, the three bedroom ranch went for $1.16 million and gave Bill and Hillary a chunk of land akin to the Kennedy compound. The story that circulated, initially via the New York Post, was that the home would serve as a retreat for Chelsea and her family - a home away from home when she and her husband decided to bring their kids to visit Granny and Pop-Pop.

From the NYPost:

The Clintons shelled out $1.16 million for the three-bedroom, 3,631-square-foot, ranch-style home set on 1.51 leafy acres on Old House Lane in Chappaqua.

Westchester County land records and tax records from the town of New Castle — where Chappaqua is located — list William and Hillary Clinton as owners of the property.

A source said the home could be used as a weekend retreat for their daughter, Chelsea, her hubby, Marc Mezvinsky, and their children, Charlotte and Aidan.

We now know that wasn't the case.

In reality, the home was a premature purchase linked to the fact that Hillary was absolutely sure she'd win the 2016 presidential election. She knows firsthand what's involved in moving a President from place to place, and figured that the White House staff would need a place to sleep whenever she decided to head home. Her support team would use "Chelsea's cottage" while she and her family stayed on the main property.

In other words, it's the unused "fireworks barge" of houses.

The extra square footage was unnecessary once her life's work was undone by a horrible 'white supremacist' who usurped her rightful place in history:


It's simply stunning that Hillary was and (judging by her constant, ongoing, blame game) remains this out of touch.

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