We have a little bit of advice for this idiot. The Kardashians are he most annoying people on the planet, so claiming you know who they are isn’t exactly inspiring. And claiming to be a Washington outsider after you’ve lived there since 1993 reeks of desperation.
Despite being involved in high-level American politics for nearly a quarter of a century, she said: ‘I cannot imagine anyone being more of an outsider than the first woman president. I mean, really, let’s think about that.’
She also told Face The Nation’s John Dickerson on Sunday: ‘I am a real person, with all the pluses and minuses that go along with being that.’
Clinton’s apparent drive to win over the hearts and minds of voters by seeming more relatable follows her drop in the polls over the email controversy.
The most contrived, stage-managed women to ever hit the Washington scene is for real, yo.
Dickerson later asked Clinton to describe ‘the real Hillary in three words’.
‘Just three words?’ she laughed. ‘I can’t possibly do that.
‘I mean, look, I am a real person, with all the pluses and minuses that go along with being that and have been in the public eye for so long that I think – you know, it’s like the feature that you see in some magazines sometimes: Real people actually go shopping, you know?’
Clinton was referring to US Weekly’s popular feature, ‘Stars, they’re just like us,’ which portrays celebrities doing mundane tasks.
And speaking of stars, Clinton can talk about them too, according to an email sent to supporters from her campaign.
Hillary for America Chair John Podesta wrote that he joined the campaign because Clinton has the ‘grit, intelligence, track record and strength’ to be president, but the point of the email was to get supporters to sign up for the chance to win a meet-and-greet with Hillary in Vegas, at the first Democratic debate.
For this, Podesta touted a different attribute.
‘She can talk about anything and everything – from the Kardashians to wonky climate change policy,’ he wrote.
Frankly, the Kardashians might be more legit than so-called climate change. Meanwhile, she’s desperately clinging to the absurd notion there’s no evidence she did anything wrong setting up a private server and deleting her emails.
Months into her e-mail scandal, Hillary Clinton is still trying to get away with lines like, “There’s no evidence of that.” Oh, and answering questions with laughter.
No wonder she keeps falling in the polls — behind a 74-year-old Brooklyn-born socialist in the first two primary states, where more folks are paying attention.
On CNN’s “The Situation Room” last week, she faced questions about the claim by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie that she should face criminal charges for using a private e-mail account and server to conduct official State Department business, including e-mails with highly classified information.
Clinton burst into laughter.
She kept up the giggling when asked about the chance that hackers from Russia or China broke into her server to glean national-security secrets. And then gave the lawyerly answer, “There’s no evidence of that.”
Well, not yet — the FBI’s only started looking for it, years after the breach might’ve occurred.
Anyway, Clinton went on: “This is, you know, this is overheated rhetoric, baseless charges trying to somehow, you know, gain a footing in the debate and in the primary. And it really doesn’t deserve any comment.”
Baseless charges? Yeah, the FBI makes it a habit to investigate those.
You know, she has an annoying habit of saying “you know” all the time. We’ll leave you wit this: Is there a phonier person alive?
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— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) September 20, 2015
What a goddamn fraud.