Ana Marie Cox, Tim Carney and Howard Kurtz examine the backlash against conservative commentators who mocked Hillary Clinton’s medical condition.
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Do some real reporting and find out that Hillary's stomach ache and conussion were called into question before the diagnoisis of a blood clot. She did not want to testify about Benghazi fiasco and was all of a sudden ill. Reliable sources must have misremembered those facts.
Recall how many on the left wished ill on Dick Cheney and for his demise.
I don't think I heard any Republicans or conservative media types wishing for Hillary's death.
I also don't recall Reliable Sources doing a segment about liberals and their incivility towards Republicans.
wag the dog anyone?
Failing to mention these criticisms were made after the ambiguous claim of a concussion, but BEFORE she went into the hospital for a concussion is really misleading. Most if not all of the folks who were skeptical after the concussion were very quick to say of course they recognized it as a real issue when she went to the hospital.
Just the kind of journalistic malpractice you guys would normally call others out on. . .
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Cox and Carney were rather disgusting. Explains why the media in America aren't trusted.
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