Clintons fly aboard commercial airliner, Bill caught reading fiction ‘rape’ thriller in flight

Both Bill and Hillary Clinton were spotted flying on a commercial airliner Sunday which has some wondering if the family's finaces were frozen

(INTELLIHUB) — It appears that the Clintons may have fallen on hard times or at least it appears that way after the not so dynamic duo was spotted flying on a Delta Airlines jet out of Regan National Airport (DCA) on Sunday which has got some people on the innerwebs speculating that the family’s finances may have been frozen.

Former disgraced President Bill Clinton was captured on video shaking hands and taking a selfie with a kid at Gate 20 while Hillary stood in the background wearing designer sunglasses and a hideous navy blue muumuu.

The once powerful politicians were later filmed aboard their Delta Airlines flight where an unamused Hillary took the window seat.

We the People Report tweeted: “Who do we have here? Sure doesn’t look like a private jet to me. Wonder why they’re flying Delta and not on a private jet? Assets frozen? Hiding in plain sight? Justice is coming!”

If you’ll notice, Bill Clinton is reading the novel Crimson Lake which is about a 13-year-old girl who was raped and almost murdered.

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More about Crimson Lake via Publisher Weekly:

Sydney homicide detective Ted Conkaffey, the pariah narrator of this engrossing suspense novel from Ned Kelly Award–winner Fox (Hades), is halfway through his trial for the rape and attempted murder of a 13-year-old girl when the NSW director of public prosecutions withdraws the charges, since the evidence isn’t strong enough to satisfy a jury beyond a reasonable doubt. Per Australian law, Ted could be prosecuted later if more evidence emerges. After his wife asks him for a divorce, Ted moves north to Crimson Lake, Queensland, where he hopes to remain incognito. Ted’s lawyer puts him in touch with Amanda Pharrell, a convicted killer who has become a PI after serving eight years in prison. Ted and Amanda decide to partner on an investigation to find a missing bestselling author. Meanwhile, Ted wrestles with harassment from local cops, a reporter on his tail, and vigilante attacks against him. The surprising conclusion will leave the reader looking forward to Ted and Amanda’s further adventures.

Fitting.

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