Sharp observation on Hillary: “We’ve never seen her get a burrito before.”
By now, you’ve probably noticed that most of our completely unbiased media is treating Hillary Clinton with the same hard hitting scrutiny they’re applying to Republicans candidates.
Don’t take my word for it. Here’s Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post:
— Chris Cillizza (@TheFix) April 16, 2015
According to Cillizza, it’s all in our minds:
Look, I get it. Hillary Clinton is a Democrat. Conservatives have been convinced for a very long time that the media is populated almost exclusively by Democrats who, because they are secretly rooting for that party’s candidates, are willing to overlook things that they would never overlook if it was a Republican. And, there is no Democrat this side of Barack Obama that drives Republicans crazier than Hillary Clinton.
Doug Powers responds:
Counter-argument is the absence of the necessity for articles titled "No, the media isn't biased towards Ted Cruz." https://t.co/YLCohUMYpy
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) April 17, 2015
You’ve probably seen the media’s mad dash for Hillary’s “Scooby” van:
When it comes to denial of liberal media bias for Hillary, Mark Halperin of Bloomberg led the way with this tweet:
There's literally nothing on Earth funnier now than conservatives on Twitter who think @HillaryClinton is enjoying a honeymoon w/ the media
— Mark Halperin (@MarkHalperin) April 13, 2015
He later pointed out how amazing it is that Hillary Clinton eats burritos.
Politico followed up with this stunning piece of journalism:
The ‘everyday people’ who made Hillary Clinton’s burrito bowl
The 25-year-old who cooked the chicken that went into the burrito bowl Hillary Clinton ordered at the Chipotle here on Monday makes $8.20 an hour and splits rent with two roommates.
The 29-year-old general manager used to work three jobs and now is thrilled to be able to have just this one.
The young woman who was at the cash register was the only employee on duty at the time who thought she recognized her. She considered asking if anybody had ever told her she “looked like Hillary Clinton.” But she didn’t. It was 1:20 p.m., at the tail end of “peak time,” lunch rush.
They were busy.
Rand Paul is grilled on abortion, Marco Rubio’s life story is questioned, Ted Cruz is portrayed as an extremist and the New York Times analyzes Hillary’s food order at Chipotle.
Bias? What bias?
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