Follow The Comedian, or Did You Really Think Sinbad Would Take That Lying Down?

Has the Clinton Campaign’s March 4 bounce hit apogee?

For our answer, let’s just go directly to Sinbad himself, who today gave up the coveted VP slot that the Clinton campaign had set aside for him:

Threat of bullets? Sinbad doesn’t remember that, either.

“I never felt that I was in a dangerous position. I never felt being in a sense of peril, or ‘Oh, God, I hope I’m going to be OK when I get out of this helicopter or when I get out of his tank.'”


“What kind of president would say, ‘Hey, man, I can’t go ’cause I might get shot so I’m going to send my wife…oh, and take a guitar player and a comedian with you.'”

And in case it’s not clear…

“What got me about Hillary was her attitude of entitlement, like he [Obama] messed up her plan, like he had no reason to be there,” Sinbad said. “I got angry. I actually got angry! I said, ‘I will be for Obama like never before.'”