Brigitte Gabriel: ‘Hillary Is at Costco Signing Books in the Milk Aisle’

By Melanie Arter | September 22, 2017 | 11:34am EDT
Brigitte Gabriel, founder of ACT for America (Screenshot of MRC video)

At the Media Research Center’s annual Dishonors Awards on Thursday in Washington, D.C., Brigitte Gabriel, founder of ACT for America, the nation’s largest and most influential national security grassroots advocacy group, took a jab at Hillary Clinton, saying while President Trump is leader of the free world, “Hillary is at Costco” signing copies of her book, “What Happened,” for half price.

“I have great news. President Donald Trump is living at the White House, while Hillary is at Costco signing books in the milk aisle. Half price. She’s perfectly nestled between a pallet of toilet paper and bottled water on the other side. And it gets even better. Kathy Griffin is still out of work. Sweet success!” Gabriel said.


Gabriel was on hand to, in jest, accept the winner of the “Kathy Griffin Celebrity Dumbass Award,” which featured four celebrities and the outrageous comments they’ve made.

Gabriel said she was grateful to the MRC for supporting her and the conservative movement.

She said the “leftist media” twisted her words when she took part in a Benghazi panel at the Heritage Foundation and attacked her as if she had committed a crime. However, the MRC posted the video online, and it already has 30 million viewers.

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