Queen Clinton!? Secret DNC speech leaked August 1, 2016 The Democratic Party crowned Hillary Clinton its presidential nominee last Thursday in Philadelphia, but some of her robotic followers don’t think that’s enough. They’re secretly calling Hillary a “queen” — and even implying that she’s a goddess. The media, and the Democratic Party, tried to keep the shocking idolatry secret – but The Horn News found the proof. Actresses Lena Dunham and America Ferrara were set to call Hillary “our queen” last Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention, but the Democrats decided to keep their comments under wraps. Dunham asked the crowd, “Do you want equal pay for equal work? The right to make decisions about your body? Paid family leave? As Hillary Clinton says, ‘deal us in.’” But the prepared text of her speech said, “As our queen says, ‘deal us in.’” The Horn News found a transcript of their original remarks: Evidently, the party didn’t want the public to know about how they really see Hillary – as a queen to rule over the United States. Incredibly, that wasn’t the most outrageous act of hero-worship the Democratic Party hid in plain sight last week. Sarah McBride, the first transgender person ever to speak at a major political party’s convention, told thousands of people in Philadelphia, and millions watching around the world, that Hillary Clinton is God. After telling delegates it’s not fair that men can’t use the women’s bathrooms and showers, McBride said Hillary could change all that. “Tomorrow, we can be respected and protected — especially if Hillary Clinton is our president,” McBride said. “And that’s why I’m proud to say that I’m with Her.” The audience watching at home, or listening on the radio, would never have caught the fact that McBride capitalized the word “Her,” the same way some Bibles capitalize “He” when talking about the Lord God Almighty. Again, the official transcript of McBride’s speech tells the tale. Whether it was an unintentional typo or a dog whistle to let Democrats know about their idolatry, it fits with Dunham’s remarks – and the way Hillary sees herself. Most disturbingly, they’re not alone. Regular supporters have gotten in on the act as well, referring to Hillary as their queen on social media and making up fan shirts with the message.