Clinkscales, who is studying vocal performance at Drake, claims that he tried to sneak a saxophone into the rally for former President Bill Clinton to play, but was turned away.Well, he was obviously a kid horsing around. What I found more distracting in the background was the man with Ted Cruz, as Cruz gave his victory speech. He was directly behind Cruz's right shoulder and kept mugging and pointing at people in the audience. Oh, that was Congressman Steve King, R-Ia., the man Sarah Palin accused of "huffing ethanol."
He returned and snagged a seat behind the stage, a section he says was reserved for VIP guests.
“No one questioned me,” Clinkscales added.
The student made it on live television over Clinton’s right shoulder; sneezing, dancing, bobbing his head and gawking at cameras while sporting a pair of the Democratic frontrunner stickers on his cheeks. He also tried eating the stickers stuck to his face.
And to get back to Hillary, Bill was standing right behind her and he wasn't being a very good stage-mate. His mouth hung open and his tongue lolled about. I wondered if there was something wrong with him. I think he was mouthing her words as she spoke. It made me think of a struggling reader.