Desperately losing the narrative


Oh, dear. The Satellite Office of the Clinton Campaign is losing the narrative on Hillary’s health.

As I mentioned in the previous post, CNN took at face value Clinton Campaign spokesman Nick Merrill’s claim that Hillary simply became overheated.

Since I wrote that post, CNN has updated this report.

From the update it is crystal freaking clear they are desperately losing the narrative they’ve been pushing ever since the concerns about Hillary’s health hit mainstream news outlets.

Take a look at what they added to their report:

There is no credible evidence to support any of these claims. Clinton’s physician — the only person to speak on the record who has actually examined her — has repeatedly affirmed the former secretary of state’s health and fitness for the highest office in the land.

Nothing to see here, folks! Move along.

The woman collapsed and had to be hauled into the van by three or four people. Let’s look at that video from the post I did earlier this morning:

No credible evidence to support the claims that there is something seriously wrong with this woman?!

Really, CNN?

Honestly, Joseph Goebbels called. He was hoping you could give him some pointers.

They want us to just take the word of her doctor, Lisa Bardack.

But here’s the thing. In her report on Hillary’s health, Dr. Bardack claimed that Hillary “drinks occasionally.”

See, right there I know her doctor is lying to us.

But I guess it depends on what your definition of “occasionally” is. Perhaps by “occasionally,” Dr. Bardack means “she can find any occasion to drink.”

CNN’s job here isn’t to investigate the story. Their job is to come to Hillary’s defense and keep up the narrative that she’s the picture of health.

If Hillary is the picture of health, then I’m blond and leggy.

There’s a relatively stupid episode of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” where Buffy battles a fellow high school student who has concocted a formula to make himself really tough and macho. Naturally, he turns into a sort of Mr. Hyde and beats the crap out of his girlfriend.

When Buffy confronts the girlfriend, she shuts down and just keeps repeating, “He does love me. He does love me.”

CNN reminds me of that girl.

In the face of Hillary’s obvious health problems, CNN just keeps repeating, “There’s no credible evidence. There’s no credible evidence.”

The people at CNN wouldn’t know “credible” if it reared up and bit them on their sycophantic asses.

Hillary Clinton is gravely ill.

And I don’t know about you, but I’m getting sick and tired of being told by the Satellite Office of her campaign to stop believing my lying eyes and just take their word for it.

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One thought on “Desperately losing the narrative

  • September 11, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    right up there with Bagdad Bob

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