As a senator she pushed for wars in Afghanistan and Iraq -- swearing in 2002 that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction when her husband was president. Then she abandoned Iraq, throwing away 5,000 American lives at the altar of her own personal ambition.
The press has not asked her about her votes and subsequent abandonment of Iraq. Indeed, as Secretary of State, she failed to reach a status of forces agreement, and left the country to fend for itself against the Islamic State.
No member of the press asked her about that.
Instead, they challenge Trump's claim that he was not for the war -- without mentioning she not only voted for it but gave her word that there were WMD.
As Secretary of State, she pushed for an unprovoked war with Libya that destabilized the nation, which in turn unleashed a million refugees who now threaten to destabilize Italy.
Again, no questions from a press obsessed with a beauty queen's complaint that she was called Miss Piggy twenty years ago after gaining sixty pounds in six months after winning the prize.
The press covers for her, particularly her DTs-like seizures and her falling down. If not for an amateur with a cellphone, the world would not have known about her inability to stand on 9-11.
The press assigned to her is nearly all female. Glamour magazine reported this summer that of the 29 reporters covering her, 26 were female, including her best friend, Andrea Mitchell, who at 69 should be in the studio full-time.
Her FBI cover-up should be the subject of editorials denouncing her, but social justice idiots on editorial boards (even conservative ones) are uninterested in the rule of law. Instead we get childish foul-mouthed editorials condemning Trump because his language is not politically correct.
Likewise the press resoundingly ignores her laundering of foreign bribes and campaign contributions through a storefront "charity" and her skimming $6 billion of Haiti relief efforts.
Instead we get misquotes, half-quotes, and innuendo about Trump. This is celebrity coverage, not serious political coverage.
These snotty little sellouts to the liberal establishment shame a once worthy trade.
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