Explosive Bourdain Interview Released After His Death: Slams Clintons & Obama

Bill Clinton was “entitled, rapey, gropey, grabby, disgusting”; Hillary “destroyed” his accusers; Obama immediately started “f***ing with us.”

Shame this was revealed only after his DEATH. Just shows the death grip the left has on this country, say one word and your career is over. Safer to wait until you’re dead.

We need to rise up against this crap so we can be free to speak our minds against the militant left.

Daily Wire:

In an interview published in Popula magazine weeks after he tragically hung himself in a hotel room, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain spoke frankly about a wide range of topics and people, including the “entitled, rapey, gropey, grabby, disgusting” Bill Clinton, his enabler wife Hillary, and the disappointing Barack Obama. He also described how he imagined the death of Harvey Weinstein, whom Bourdain’s girlfriend has accused of sexually assaulting her.

Though Bourdain’s interview with journalist Maria Bustillos took place back in February, Bustillos finally published it on Sunday. Its content is not for the faint of heart, as Bourdain clearly felt free to be raw about some hot-button issues and famous people in his free-wheeling two-and-half-hour conversation with the journalist, a conversation that took place fittingly in one of his favorite Irish pubs. More

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