Hillary Clinton landed in Malawi and was attacked by over a thousand killer bees!

Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton  received a not-so-warm welcomes from several countries she’s visited, but in Malawi she was reportedly chased onto her plane.

Chased onto her plane by a swarm of killer bees!

Clinton ran for cover and boarded her jet to escape the bees, which attacked her at Malawi’s international airport. The Secretary was preparing to board a Johannesburg-bound flight when the stinging swarm forced her to make a quicker entry than planned.

Clinton wasn’t the only one spooked by the bees: There was a slight panic as the bees winged across the airport. People could be seen running away to keep cover as the Secretary of State swiftly boarded her plane to avoid any stings,” a witness WWN.

Clinton was rushed to a hospital in Malawi.  She suffered over three hundred bites and she swelled up considerably:

Several top bee sting doctors were flown in from the United States and removed all the stingers and administered the killer bee antidote, which is only available to U.S. government officials.

She is recovering, but strangely enough, now wants to be a bee keeper.  She took a tour of a bee colony in South Africa and just loved it.

The Secretary of State visited Malawi as part of an 11-day tour of Africa. While there, Clinton held bilateral talks with President Joyce Banda and pledged $36 million to strengthen Malawi’s agricultural value chain, the Nyasa Times reported.

Clinton began her African tour in Senegal, and has already been to Uganda, South Sudan and Kenya. She is expected to end her tour in Ghana on August 10, where she will attend the funeral of the country’s President John Atta Mills, who died on July 24.

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  1. The one with Hillary opening her mouth is one of the better Photoshop pictures this site has done. The thing is, you can still see that it's too wide for her face.


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