— Jim Bevan (@JimB_85) March 28, 2016
Of course she’s serious … which is what makes this so amazing.
Jill Abramson is a former New York Times executive editor. She is also, for all intents and purposes, utterly delusional:
This may shock you: Hillary Clinton is fundamentally honest | Jill Abramson https://t.co/Z7oNuZ2ltG
— Jill Abramson (@JillAbramson) March 28, 2016
OK, this we’ve gotta see:
For decades she’s been portrayed as a Lady Macbeth involved in nefarious plots, branded as “a congenital liar” and accused of covering up her husband’s misconduct, from Arkansas to Monica Lewinsky. Some of this is sexist caricature. Some is stoked by the “Hillary is a liar” videos that flood Facebook feeds. Some of it she brings on herself by insisting on a perimeter or “zone of privacy” that she protects too fiercely. It’s a natural impulse, given the level of scrutiny she’s attracted, more than any male politician I can think of.
I would be “dead rich”, to adapt an infamous Clinton phrase, if I could bill for all the hours I’ve spent covering just about every “scandal” that has enveloped the Clintons. As an editor I’ve launched investigations into her business dealings, her fundraising, her foundation and her marriage. As a reporter my stories stretch back to Whitewater. I’m not a favorite in Hillaryland. That makes what I want to say next surprising.
Hillary Clinton is fundamentally honest and trustworthy.
Ha! Good one, Jill!
LOL former New York Times editor. pic.twitter.com/nf1hzRKfID
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) March 28, 2016
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) March 28, 2016
@JillAbramson Hahahahahha— Hahhahahahahaha—
— Chille DeCastro (@ChilleDeCastro) March 28, 2016
— Areej Siddig (@Areejsiddig) March 28, 2016
@JillAbramson BWAAA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAA!!
Oh wait, you're SERIOUS?!?!?!
HAAA HAAAA HAAAA HAAAA HAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAA!
— DM (@idaho_expatriot) March 28, 2016
— Steve Johnson (@stevo2321) March 28, 2016
@JillAbramson I literally can't quit laughing at this idiocy.
— Michael C (@Libsarescum) March 28, 2016
@jillabramson We’re all laughing at you.
— ⭕️Matt Mikulla (@mattmikulla) March 28, 2016
Read the whole piece, you guys. Because what it lacks in journalistic value, it more than makes up for in entertainment value.
— Vinnie Gorman (@vpgorman) March 28, 2016
@Heminator That depends on what the meaning of 'honest' is.
— Downtown Indy (@SSJIndy) March 28, 2016
@JillAbramson you do realize other people might see this stupidity?
— roger_shrubber (@roger_shrubber) March 28, 2016
— TrumpsRug (@Trumps_Rug) March 28, 2016
— Scott (@mrjosco) March 28, 2016
— Big Irv (@BigIrv426) March 28, 2016
@Heminator I didn't realize "fundamentally" meant "when it suits her".
— Sheri (@captnwentworth) March 28, 2016
@JillAbramson If by "fundamentally," you mean "in no way," then you're right.
— ❤ Weird Ralph (@weirdralph) March 28, 2016
— Christina Dunigan (@GrannyGrump42) March 28, 2016
— Sarajane Winchester (@swinches1) March 28, 2016
— ROSIE (@rosiebudpisces) March 28, 2016
— Mitch (@MitchDMS) March 28, 2016
So she's not saying there isn't any "actual corruption"; only that her privacy is a worse flaw. Good to know. https://t.co/2mLUWlsQ0s
— Joel Engel (@joelengel) March 28, 2016
— Anne Wilson Smith (@EarlyGirlSC) March 28, 2016
@JillAbramson Waiting for your next column: "Bernie Madoff was fundamentally a good investment."
— Glen Bolger (@posglen) March 28, 2016