This could be the first presidential campaign in history where the candidate refuses to take any questions, hoping to stall long enough for enough idiots to vote for her. She’s also hoping to avoid felony indictment.
Hillary Clinton is planning to officially launch her US presidential campaign on Sunday while en route to Iowa, a source familiar with the campaign has confirmed to the Guardian.
The former secretary of state is scheduled to declare her second run for president on Twitter at noon eastern time on Sunday, the source told the Guardian, followed by a video and email announcement, then a series of conference calls mapping out a blitzkrieg tour beginning in Iowa and looking ahead to more early primary states.
Conference calls, video and tweets, but no scheduled interviews with actual reporters. Weird how nobody in the media even bothers to complain.
Clinton’s Sunday schedule is booked beginning with takeoff from New York to Iowa, where speculation has centered for weeks that Clinton was focusing attention for an April campaign launch. Her scheduled calls are with advisers in other key battleground states.
Clinton’s spokesman, Nick Merrill, did not respond to multiple requests for comment on the contours of Clinton’s campaign kickoff schedule. Another source close to the Clinton campaign confirmed Clinton would be in Iowa in the coming days.
Even her spokesthings won’t answer questions. And be assured when or if she does interviews they will be carefuly choreographed with certain topics off limits: Such as, where are your secret emails, Granny?
On Sunday, while travelling from New York to Iowa, Clinton will declare first not with a speech but on her Twitter account, where she has kept an active presence on political issues.
An active presence? Whoever runs her account has tweeted three times this month and has 146 tweets in two years. Well, we suppose that’s active for a senior citizen.