IMAGINE WHAT THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE WOULD LOOK LIKE IF THE MSM ACTUALLY COVERED AND REPORTED ON THE ILLS OF HILLARY CLINTON?
From The Washington Times, WikiLeaks hacked emails show Clinton campaign made disparaging comments and mocked Catholics and Southerners, called Latinos “needy, ” and called supporters of Bernie Sanders “self-righteous” whiners. But do you think the MSM would ever cover this? HELL NO!!! They are too busy running cover for Hillary Clinton and doing her opposition research and political hit jobs on Donald Trump.
WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE WHAT I CALL LATINOS, CATHOLICS, SOUTHERNERS AND SANDERS SUPPORTS, THE MSM WILL NOT REPORT ON IT
Long before Hillary Clinton called millions of Americans a “basket of deplorables,” her top campaign advisers and liberal allies openly mocked Catholics, Southerners and a host of other groups, according to newly released emails that offer a stunning window into the vitriol inside the Clinton world less than a month before Election Day.
The emails, published by WikiLeaks after a hack of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s private account, also show Clinton campaign officials and Democratic leaders disparaging supporters of Sen. Bernard Sanders as “self-righteous” whiners, calling Hispanic party leaders such as Bill Richardson “needy Latinos,” labeling CNN anchor Jake Tapper “a d—k” and even lambasting longtime Clinton ally Sidney Blumenthal.
The sheer number of insults in the email trove has left the Clinton campaign, along with outside organizations such as the Center for American Progress that were routinely involved in the brutal bad-mouthing, unable or unwilling to respond. Instead, they have blamed the hack on Russia and have refused to even confirm that the emails are genuine, though they also haven’t denied their authenticity.
The Clinton campaign’s biggest problem may be its assault on Catholics. Prominent Catholic organizations called on Clinton campaign spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri to resign after the surfacing of messages showing her making fun of the faith. The campaign of Republican nominee Donald Trump seized on the opportunity to appeal to religious voters.