Yeah, Sure, Let’s Talk About It (2017Nov03)


New York, Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the reporters at United Nations headquarters, Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Clinton conceded that she should have used a government email to conduct business as secretary of state, saying her decision was simply a matter of “convenience.” (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Friday, November 03, 2017                                              5:01 PM

Yeah, Sure, Let’s Talk About It   (2017Nov03)

The campaign ended a year ago. Hillary Clinton hasn’t worked in government for a long time. But, yeah, if that’s what you want to work on—to focus on—then, by all means, let’s all waste our time talking about that.

Donna Brazile, in her new book “Hacks”, de-emphasizes the fact that Bernie Sanders was a life-long Independent—and switched to Democrat just to run for president. If the then-DNC people felt they were more rightly on the Hillary Express than the Sanders Sidetrack, one can hardly blame them.

And if Trump is so ready to stir the pot over the Steele dossier, he can explain why most of it has proven true, after further checking by lots of investigators and journalists. Republicans set that MI6 investigator on the trail, then sold the deal off, mid-invesht, to the DNC-campaign’s oppo-researchers. Show us evidence that HRC made use of that dossier—or even knew what was in it—then, we have something to talk about.

And I’m sorry, but that’s my BS-limit. I can’t dignify the Uranium thing by repeating the long-accepted, well-known truth about that deal—that would just encourage them to keep repeating the well-dismissed lie. And don’t blame me for this post being dreary—the motherfucker can’t utter one syllable without lying. If he wasn’t president, we would have stopped listening way long ago—we only listen now because we’re afraid this asshole is going to kill us all.

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