Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Reporters Colluding with Hillary Clinton Face No Consequences

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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Hillary Clinton cannot be prosecuted by the system because she is the system.  She is not being scrutinized by the watchdogs of the media because they are colluding with her.

The crimes of Hillary Clinton have become public with the Wikileaks releases, Project Veritas videos, and other sources on the internet.  The media, however, ignore it, while looking the other way as their colleagues engage in strategies of deception in tandem with the Hillary Clinton campaign. . . and machine.

Reporters have been caught, and exposed, and yet, as Dinesh D'Souza put it in Hillary's America, they still "Deny, Deny, Deny."

Hillary Clinton can do anything she wants.  The media will do all they can to protect her.  Circling the wagons to protect the hard left Democrat narrative is what they do best.  In the Podesta emails, it even goes so far to show that the media was making sure to allow the Democrats to approve their stories before they hit the presses.

Now that they've been caught, no apologies.  Deny, Deny, Deny.

There was no mistake made.  It was no accident.  There are no ethics.  The collusion between the media and the Democrat Party was pre-planned, and well thought out.

They are in it together to force America down a communist path to a style of utopianism the Founding Fathers warned us about, and wrote the Constitution to protect us from.

The revealed emails let out of the bag by Wikileaks is only the beginning.  In August, Washington Post scribe Janell Ross outright lied about Donald Trump—not shaded things or omitted things but outright lied—in order to depict him as some kind of crypto-racist. On the same day that Trump disavowed Duke on “Good Morning America” Ross wrote he had not done so in 48 hours, contradicting the paper’s own fact checker.

Asked to justify herself she said the claim was was merely her perspective.  Lies are fine, as long as they protect the liberal left narrative.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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