“I need to speak to Hillary Clinton,” CNN quoted him as saying. “Something’s got to change. Ordinary people need help” with their insurance.The network described Eisenberg as “well-spoken, articulate and impassioned about his cause,” but said he became increasingly agitated and laced his third phone call with profanities.
Eisenberg describes himself as “ordinary.”
CNN describes him as “well-spoken, articulate and impassioned about his cause.”
His (soon-to-be-Ex-) wife says he abused her, abuses drugs, and abuses alcohol.
The facts appear to support the soon-to-be ex-wife. After all, he strapped a makeshift bomb to his chest and held people (including a baby) hostage. He has been arrested for DUI, stalking, and other violations in the past.
Maybe we could just agree together that anyone who duct tapes road flares to his chest and demands that Hillary Clinton give him health care is NOT ordinary. Hopefully, this man will not become an example of how “ordinary” Americans need health care, but I have a feeling we’re about to hear more about this “crisis” of healthcare Hillary’s regime can cure…