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Hillary shuts down Ed Henry’s questions on Huma, Servergate

Hillary shuts down Ed Henry’s questions on Huma, Servergate

She’ll answer what she likes, Ed

Is Hillary Clinton nervous, irritated, or both?

If I’m placing my bets, I’m going with nervous. Things aren’t going well for her—recent polling shows that voters like Vice President Joe Biden (some like him even more than they like Clinton,) the media is closing in on her inconsistencies regarding her server and personal email accounts, and from a legal perspective, the federal judge tasked with handling Judicial Watch’s official inquiry into her time as Secretary of State is less than impressed with the answers her generals have provided in court.

When it comes to the media, I’m sure Clinton expected to skate through at least the primary without any major hits to her reputation or record. It was a reasonable mindset; after all, it’s Hillary. It’s her time.

It was not to be. Several journalists have caught the scent of blood in the air, and aren’t letting go of the email story. Today during the summer meeting of the DNC, Fox News’ Ed Henry asked Clinton a series of questions about the propriety of Bill Clinton’s paid speeches in North Korea, Hillary’s trusted advisor Huma Abedin, and whether or not any other cabinet secretary has ever used their own server.

Her response? Well, let me answer one of your questions because I think that’s what you are entitled to.

It really happened. Listen:

She went on to answer the question about North Korea, which says a lot about how little she desires to dive into the current scandal.

This crosses the line between controlling your press pool, and shaming them into silence. Of course, silence is what she’s going for at this point, considering her inability to control her mouth in the face of opposition.

During the same DNC event where she scolded Ed Henry for practicing journalism, Clinton dropped a Nazi metaphor to describe the controversial deportation policies some GOP candidates are pushing:

I find it the height of irony that a party which espouses small government would want to unleash a massive government effort, which might include national guard and others, to go and literally pull people out of their homes and their workplaces, round them up and, I don’t know, put them in buses or boxcars, in order to take them across the border.

The scariest aspect of Hillary Clinton’s rise to fame and subsequent, successive power plays isn’t anything specific that she has done; it is, instead, the overall lack of accountability that she enjoys.

Will it help her reach the top? Some people have their doubts; but that doesn’t make the vibes coming from her camp any less unsettling.

h/t the Washington Free Beacon

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Comments

Not A Member of Any Organized Political | August 28, 2015 at 6:23 pm

Huma must sure be tricky……

that’s some trick……

All this “terrorists” and “box-car” hand-jive is Hellary trying to divert attention from her rapidly accelerating circling of the ol’ Thunder Mug.

Look at the CNN chyron in the second video link, for proof they’re Hillary apologists.

It says: I’m trying to do better explaining email issue

It should say: I’m trying to do better obfuscating the email issue.

Catcher in the Wry | August 28, 2015 at 7:46 pm

A party of small government shouldn’t mean a party of no government when it comes to overrunning the nation with illegals. Her deflections are tiresome and repetitious (just like Madame Clinton herself).

    Small government, one of meager resources and frugal ways, would perforce limit itself to accomplishing those tasks assigned to it by the Constitution. Among those tasks – border security and control of immigration and naturalization.

    Our profligate and all-devouring government doesn’t seem to care about those tasks, and would rather spend lavishly on budget items not authorized by the Constitution. So, by Hillary’s lights, neither the spendthrift federal leviathan nor a thrifty government are appropriate types to control our borders. Then what type is?

Does anyone answer three unrelated questions at a time? Really? Who and when?

Henry’s mistake. Should have asked about Huma, that’s the newsworthy question that puts her on the spot. The speeches are old news, they were declined, I think the only requests from Bill she turned down. The server question is small-ball.

“Well, let me answer one of your questions because I think that’s what you are entitled to.”

Hillary’s attorney told her to prep for her deposition.

twice rejected by America will be a stain on HER blue dress

“Well, let me allow one of your Rights because I think that’s what you are entitled to” said the Mussolina.

Reminds me of the scene in A Few Good Men when the colonel says you can’t handle the truth, right before he is arrested.

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