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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Careful, the Clintons are moving their lips

Yes, it's the GOP's fault that Bill Clinton's darling wife, Hillary, got caught with her pants down in an email scandal. Wait, it was Bill who got caught with his pants down in an Oral Office scandal--sorry for the confusion.

But seriously, Bill says it's the media and Republican's fault for the controversy claiming that the GOP led a "full-scale frontal assault" on her campaign, reports Fox News

"I think that there are lots of people who wanted there to be a race for different reasons," Monica Lewinsky's one-time boyfriend said. "And they thought the only way they could make it a race was a full-scale frontal assault on her. And so this email thing became the biggest story in the world.

Of course, the Clintons would never launch a "full-scale frontal assault" on anyone else's campaign, and absolutely not with members of their own party with whom they have competed with for votes.

Except for Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election.  Hillary was supposed to have won since it was her turn. Her campaign was responsible for starting the rumor that Obama was born in Kenya to a mother who wasn't able to travel to the United States--yes, Hillary's campaign started the birther controversy. For an a Fox News video on this, go here. There is also an excellent article in Breitbart.com that clearly points to her campaign's responsibility for the birther movement.

For Bill to blame the media is laughable because everyone knows the mainstream media is in the bag for the Democrats. The fact that honest questions by The NY Times and other media are being raised about a secretary of state using a private email server (which is clearly an issue in and of itself) is a powerful statement. 

And the fact that Hillary lied over and over to us about: a) the number of devices she used for her email, b) that there were no confidential emails sent or received, then days later corrected the statement with "there were no emails marked confidential," c) that she lied to Obama after he told her not to involve Sidney Blumenthal in Secretary of State business and she did, d) that the Benghazi terrorist attack was a response from Libyan locals over a video depicting Muhammad accurately, and e) lying to the families of the fallen from that attack, again asserting to them, in front of the coffins of their dead, that they were going to get the guy who made the video that caused all this.

And so on.

I don't always agree with Ann Coulter but I definitely agree with her take on Hillary Clinton's intelligence.

But it's Hillary's obscene arrogance that really pisses me off.