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Keepin’ it classy, the site that Andrew Breitbart built reports the news the right wing wants to hear: CLINTON MISTRESS: BILL TOLD ME HILLARY IS BISEXUAL.
Bill Clinton’s former mistress alleged that Hillary Clinton is a bisexual in a recent interview.
Gennifer Flowers, who reportedly had an affair with Bill Clinton for 12 years, told the Daily Mail that the former President did not care that his wife had sexual relations with men and women.
“I just know what Bill told me and that was that he was aware that Hillary was bisexual and he didn’t care,” Flowers told the publication. “He should know. He said Hillary had eaten more pussy than he had.”
Bryan Fischer of the hate group American Family Association again inadvertently wears his fantasies on his sleeve when he speculates that Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin are having a “lesbian affair,” which would explain why neither one of them really give a rip about their respective husbands peccadilloes.
One of many reasons why, other than his monumentally ignorant bigotry, there is a hug ick factor in very mention of the name “Bryan Fischer.”
Demonstrating once again that laser-like focus on jobs and the economy, Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus has sent a letter to NBC and CNN threatening that if they produce a miniseries on Hillary Clinton, the GOP will boycott them in the 2016 primary debates.
It’s August, Congress is gone, and it’s time for the silly season — which gets off to a fun start with a new Republican National Committee threat against NBC and CNN. It seems that unless NBC drops plans for a miniseries on Hillary Clinton, and CNN drops plans to air a documentary about the former Secretary of State, the RNC is threatening to boycott those networks in 2016 primary debates.
Now, never mind that, whatever the merits or lack thereof of a miniseries about a prospective presidential candidate, it’s pretty amazing that Republicans would object to news coverage of Clinton on CNN. Which is exactly what they’re doing here. Also, never mind that in reality it’s almost certainly a bluff. Parties don’t partner with TV networks for primary debates as a favor to the networks; they do it because they want exposure for their candidates.
What’s really going on?
Ooh, ooh! I know! The Republican Party is floundering in outmoded reactionary stupidity, and this is exactly the kind of stuff they know plays very well with the most ignorant elements of their base. Next question!
The relentless Fox News propaganda about Benghazi never stops, and as all of the allegations pushed by Fox and the GOP (they’re pretty much the same thing, of course) have ended up thoroughly debunked, they’re now reduced to the mindless repetition of blatant lies, simply trying to trick anyone gullible or stupid enough to still respond with outrage to their Pavlovian Benghazi invocation: Fox’s Katie Pavlich Smears Clinton With Benghazi Lie.
Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich smeared Hillary Clinton by claiming that she lied in a speech honoring the victims of the September 2012 attacks on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya. But Pavlich is distorting Clinton’s remarks.
Fox & Friends covered the announcement that NBC’s entertainment division is planning to air a new mini-series focused on Hillary Clinton’s “life as a wife, mother, politician and cabinet member” sometime before 2015. Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich used the segment as an opportunity to smear Clinton, saying:
PAVLICH: Although Diane Lane is a fantastic actress, I doubt she can act as well as Hillary Clinton did when she lied about that YouTube video in front of flag-draped caskets of Americans as they came home from being killed in Benghazi. So it’s going to be really hard for her to top that performance.
Hillary Clinton didn’t lie about anything, but Fox’s Katie Pavlich certainly is. In her remarks, Clinton was referring to the wave of protests and violence at US embassies across the Middle East after the spread of that infamous anti-Muslim video, and did not conflate the video with the Benghazi attack at all:
This has been a difficult week for the State Department and for our country. We’ve seen the heavy assault on our post in Benghazi that took the lives of those brave men. We’ve seen rage and violence directed at American embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. It is hard for the American people to make sense of that because it is senseless, and it is totally unacceptable.
She’s part of a distraction from the fact that Secretary of State John Kerry was on his boat while the military coup ousting the Muslim Brotherhood from power in Egypt was taking place.
Below, Glenn reveals the truth Barack Hussein Obama and his willing accomplices in the press don’t want you to know:
Yesterday, Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, was rushed to this hospital after apparently suffering from some sort of seizure … but Glenn Beck isn’t buying it because he just doesn’t trust anything that the government says, which is why he suspects that the entire thing was orchestrated as a distraction from the “huge scandal” that Secretary Kerry was on his boat while a military coup took place in Egypt last week.
While it may be true that Heinz Kerry (or, as Beck called her, “Mrs. Ketchup”) did end up in the hospital, Beck “can’t give you any sympathy now because you’ve lied to us too many times” … just as when former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was hospitalized with a blood clot last year in an effort to cover-up Benghazi.
These things happen. People go to the hospital…for no reason…
…except to get them out of things.
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Possibly the most laughable right wing reaction to the Benghazi hearings comes from the Washington Post’s conservative figurehead, Jennifer Rubin, whose eyes popped right out of her head when Rand Paul took the microphone.
There was also this eye-popping moment in which Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) showed why he is so formidable.
And with that, he did great damage to the myth of Clinton’s competence.
She’s referring to Sen. Paul’s rant about how if he were President, he would have fired Hillary Clinton.
If I were the owner of the Washington Post, I would have fired Jennifer Rubin for deliberately misleading her readers during the presidential campaign. She does great damage to the reputation of the Washington Post with every column of hers that they publish.
But I’m not the owner of the Washington Post, and Rand Paul’s not the President, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.