Chuck Dixon On The Milo Show: ‘The Clintons Are Comic Book Villains’

Hillary Clinton made history by becoming the first woman to win the presidential nomination of a major US political party, securing the backing of Democrats at a rowdy convention in Philadelphia

The latest guest on The Milo Yiannopoulos Show is legendary comic book writer Chuck Dixon. On the show, the pair discussed the state of politics in the comic book industry, the Clintons as comic book villains and how social justice warriors are trying to destroy his legacy.

Discussing his upcoming graphic novel adaptation of Clinton Cash, Dixon explained how he wanted to show “the horrific things the Clintons have done that people need to know about, even if it takes silly cartoon drawings.”

“It needs to be shown the pattern of behaviour these people have to basically enrich themselves off third world countries.”

Milo responded by saying that “this is the kind of thing one expects [super-villains] to do, and of course the nearest analogy isn’t the Bush White House in Iraq, it’s the Clintons!”

Dixon added that “the Clintons have hung out with war lords, partying with guys wearing silly uniforms and enslaving their own people.”

The groundbreaking documentary film Clinton Cash, which will soon be the subject of a Dixon graphic novel adaptation, is available to view for free online.

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