On Sunday night, CNN was just minding its business, doing its thing. Which is to say, they were endlessly rehashing every minute detail of the election in a desperate attempt to convince themselves that people haven’t already made up their minds about the 2016 election. And then there was a pointless exchange. How was this pointless exchange unlike all other pointless exchanges? This one had cocktails. Mazel Tov cocktails to be exact.
During this bogus bonus Jeopardy round of Beelzebub vs. Benghazi, Trump surrogate Scottie Nell Hughes was making a point about the fact that Jay-Z performed a concert for Hillary Clinton in Ohio. Specifically, she called Jay-Z’s ethics and judgement into question based on the video for the song, “No Church In The Wild,” from Jay-Z and Kanye West’s 2013 album Watch the Throne. “One of his main videos,” she said, “starts off with a crowd throwing Mazel Tov cocktails.” Actually, the video starts with a crowd throwing molotov cocktails.
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