Huma Abedin Was Asked to Plan Hillary Clinton’s Funeral

Huma Abedin Was Asked to Plan Hillary Clinton’s Funeral

In response to an email, Huma Abedin put the plan in motion for Hillary Clinton’s royal funeral.

Generally, when dealing with the Clintons to plan one’s own funeral shows forward thinking.

According to the New York Post, Huma was indeed asked to plan Hillary Clinton’s funeral.

Hillary Clinton's funeralA long-time aide to Hillary Clinton sought to map out her funeral — and Bill Clinton’s — in 2010 because “planning is best done when they are still with us,” according to an email released on Wednesday by Judicial Watch.

Capricia Marshall, who was chief of protocol for the State Department when Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state, wrote to Huma Abedin, Doug Band and Cheryl Mills on Feb. 23, 2010, saying “everytime someone significant passes, I am flooded with requests” about the Clintons’ arrangements.

This certainly validates those of us who found Hillary Clinton alive, yet stiff?

And let’s not forget, Hillary Clinton showcased all kinds of physical issues during the campaign.

Remember the coughing fits? And what about that time when Hillary Clinton almost took a “Louie” off the sidewalk!

Marshall added to her email:

“Planning is necessary and best done when they are still with us,” she wrote to top Clinton aide Abedin.

“As well, Huma, I would make the same suggestion to you — for her it will be a little different … And once affirmed it will be very hard for someone to deny the type of ceremony she wanted — as well I understand that the President can request certain arrangements for her that she/her rep cannot (ie if you want the motorcade to go through DC — stop somewhere),” Marshall wrote in one email.

It seems Huma took her role seriously, as she responded to aides that she needed to contact the military to prepare for the funerals — “as Protocol has a lot to do with planning, notification etc.”

Sadly, both Clintons will get a hero’s burial. Some may say they deserve it, but I question that. We seem to always honor our scoundrels.



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