Are they reporters or cattle?
Part of the charm of the lead-up to the New Hampshire primaries is the incredible access to the candidates. However, that appears not to be the case when it comes to Hillary Clinton. As reported at ABC News, reporters were kept behind a moving rope-line at a 4th of July Day parade in Gorham, New Hampshire. Clinton staffers actually created a rope-line so to prevent access to Hillary. UNREAL. Think about this America, if this is what she is doing now, imagine what she would do as president. So much for the media’s or peoples access to a politician. Further think of the irony, on Independence Day, at a July 4th parade where you United States celebrates its birth and victory of gaining independence from a King, Hillary Clinton marches in a parade, acting as if she is royalty. Ponder than when.
The real question is why didn’t some one in the MSM just say, oh hell no you are not going to deny us Freedom of the press in America on the 4th of July by roping us off like cattle. But instead they were probably more worried about what her favorite ice-cream is. Had this bee a Republican that did this, all hell would have broke loose.
At the Fourth of July parade Hillary Clinton marched in Saturday in Gorham, New Hampshire, reporters following the candidate were kept — and at moments, dragged — behind an actual moving rope line.
The rope, which two Clinton staffers held on to on either side, was meant to give Clinton space as she walked down the parade route, but photos of reporters being dragged behind the rope as she marched have gone viral on Twitter.
The New Hampshire GOP released a statement critiquing Clinton, saying her use of the rope “insults the traditions of our First-in-the-Nation primary” and touted the Republican presidential candidates for marching in parades without “obstruction from their staff.”
Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said in a statement: “While the GOP may want to spin a good yarn on this, let’s not get tied up in knots. We wanted to accommodate the press, allow her to greet voters, and allow the press to be right there in the parade with her as opposed to preset locations. And that’s what we did.”