As Hillary Clinton prepares to testify before the Select Committee on Benghazi tomorrow, her supporters are continuing to discredit the meeting before it even happens. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer both took last-minute shots at the committee today.
— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) October 21, 2015
— Brooke Baldwin (@BrookeBCNN) October 21, 2015
Might as well get Sen. Harry Reid’s arch enemies involved as well.
— Amanda Terkel (@aterkel) October 21, 2015
Probably most often included as a “highlight” of the first Democratic presidential debate was Sen. Bernie Sanders’ assertion that “the American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails.” And this week alone, Americans saw the State Department dump another 2,200 pages of printed emails at the last minute.
Well, Bernie Sanders was right: America is tired of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails https://t.co/SrGbPDRyr1
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 21, 2015
We’re not sure when being “sick and tired” of hearing about an investigation became a valid reason for pulling the plug on it. Today, the Washington Post got on board, with Philip Bump admitting that a poll showing Americans agreeing with Sanders wasn’t “super clean” — after all, he writes, “There might very well be people who are both tired of hearing about the topic and who believe it should still be covered by the media.” You think?
@washingtonpost I'm sure the families of the victims aren't tired of it.
— Laura (@Crazyparklady1) October 21, 2015
.@washingtonpost The FBI isn't
— G® O'Hutson (@jess_reign_bass) October 21, 2015
@washingtonpost I'm tired of all the Clinton conspiracy gimmicks. Someone as paranoid as she appears to be should not be our President.
— Jb (@jatinau_jb) October 21, 2015
@washingtonpost But not as tired as we are with all hers lies and her destruction of 30,000 State Dept. emails to cover up her crimes.
— luke abrams (@LukeBuf) October 21, 2015
@washingtonpost Yes we are tired of hearing about the emails, what we want is Truth & Justice to prevail.
— Eric Cowley (@EricACowley) October 21, 2015
We sure do miss candidate Barack Obama’s Truth Team, but at least we have Correct the Record, “a strategic research and rapid response team designed to defend Hillary Clinton from baseless attacks.” Correct the Record was glad to have the Washington Post’s assistance today.
— Correct The Record (@CorrectRecord) October 21, 2015
— Vicki Fry (@VickiFry) October 21, 2015
— jen henkel (@jen_henkel) October 21, 2015
— Got 'em (@DCHokiefan) October 21, 2015