Buttplug Bezos says enough with the emails.
The Washington Post has declared the Hillary Clinton email scandal officially over. Done. Finished. There are too many things going on in the country and the world to deal with such nonsense. The fact that we are focusing on something so trivial and insignificant is preposterous.
Here are excerpts from an editorial that was published last Thursday:
Judging by the amount of time NBC’s Matt Lauer spent pressing Hillary Clinton on her emails during Wednesday’s national security presidential forum, one would think that her homebrew server was one of the most important issues facing the country this election. It is not.
And people talk about The Washington Post like it’s the same paper that blew the cover off of Watergate. It is not.
The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos, a guy who became a billionaire selling dildos on Amazon.com. The dweeby Bezos bought The Washington Post to give him some kind of street cred in the political world. There’s no street cred in being the guy who made his fortune selling sex devices, women’s lingerie and marble bag G-strings and butt plugs for gay dudes. You gotta have something more than just a billion dollar mail order company and a Netflix rip off movie channel to fit in on the Beltway. How do you go to parties and hobnob with the Clintons and with senators if you’re nothing more that a billionaire butt plug salesman?
So the Washington Post is nothing more that a status symbol for a rich guy. It is not the newspaper of Woodward/Bernstein. It’s just not. It’s Amazon. It’s a billionaire’s play toy. That’s it. Just wanted to clear that up.
There are a thousand other substantive issues — from China’s aggressive moves in the South China Sea to National Security Agency intelligence-gathering to military spending — that would have revealed more about what the candidates know and how they would govern.
We talked about this in the last post. These are things that have been going on for the past seven and a half years while a Democratic president has been in the White House. Two of those years had Democrats controlling both houses of Congress. Four of those years had Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Hillary Clinton is a candidate for President of the United States. These “substantive issues” have already revealed a LOT about what Hillary Clinton knows and how she would govern. These issues occurred during her tenure in the State Department and under a Democratic president’s watch. Do you really want to go there, Washington Post?
Instead, these did not even get mentioned in the first of 5½ precious prime-time hours the two candidates will share before Election Day, while emails took up a third of Ms. Clinton’s time.
Sadly, Mr. Lauer’s widely panned handling of the candidate forum was not an aberration. Judging by polls showing that voters trust Donald Trump more than Ms. Clinton, as well as other evidence, it reflects a common shorthand for this election articulated by NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick last week: “You have Donald Trump, who’s openly racist,” he said. Then, of Ms. Clinton: “I mean, we have a presidential candidate who’s deleted emails and done things illegally and is a presidential candidate. That doesn’t make sense to me, because if that was any other person, you’d be in prison.”
So here you have a liberal rag owned by a butt plug salesman complaining that other liberals are questioning Hillary Clinton’s honesty, and her poll numbers have taken a hit as a result. Donald Trump is viewed as more honest. This doesn’t sit well with Buttplug Bezos and WaPo.
In fact, Ms. Clinton’s emails have endured much more scrutiny than an ordinary person’s would have, and the criminal case against her was so thin that charging her would have been to treat her very differently.
Not true. A Republican would be lynched for doing what Clinton has done. Even Colin Kaepernick agrees with this. It’s not just the emails. It’s smashing 30 phones with hammers like a drug dealer would. It’s bigger than just emails. The Washington Post should just come out and admit they are biased. That they no longer possess a shred of journalistic credibility. They should just say they are the Weekly World News and give us updates on Batboy. Maybe they would sell more papers. But they won’t. Neither will CNN or any of the other liberal propaganda outlets that are in the bag for Hillary and the Democrats.
If this isn’t state run media, I don’t know what is. We’ve covered this before. In order for a totalitarian regime to exist, the media must be controlled. That’s why the Russia controls their press and why China, Saudi Arabia, Iran, etc. restricts their internet. The Washington Post is America’s version of Pravda, nothing more.
Ironically, even as the email issue consumed so much precious airtime, several pieces of news reported Wednesday should have taken some steam out of the story. First is a memo FBI Director James B. Comey sent to his staff explaining that the decision not to recommend charging Ms. Clinton was “not a cliff-hanger” and that people “chest-beating” and second-guessing the FBI do not know what they are talking about. Anyone who claims that Ms. Clinton should be in prison accuses, without evidence, the FBI of corruption or flagrant incompetence.
According to WaPo, that should have put the email issue to rest. Really? Because James Comey sent a letter to his staff saying this is not a cliffhanger? This is the same James Comey whose staff let Hillary Clinton give answers so preposterous that anyone else would have been beaten with a phone book. Hillary completely stonewalled the FBI, but because James Comey said it, The Washington Post says that ends it. James Comey has spoken. That’s it.
What if Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward had just taken Nixon’s word for it when he said there was no Watergate coverup? All The President’s Men would have been a very short movie.
Second is the emergence of an email exchange between Ms. Clinton and former secretary of state Colin Powell in which he explained that he used a private computer and bypassed State Department servers while he ran the agency, even when communicating with foreign leaders and top officials. Mr. Powell attempted last month to distance himself from Ms. Clinton’s practices, which is one of the many factors that made the email story look worse. Now, it seems, Mr. Powell engaged in similar behavior.
OK. So what does that mean? I’m lost here. We could break down all sorts of things that Powell did that were perhaps improper or questionable, BUT COLIN POWELL IS NOT RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES! We’ve already had a president that had sex with an intern, lied to Congress and lied to the American people. Why aren’t people saying Bill Clinton did it, so why can’t I? Why did Roger Ailes get sacked from Fox News? Why is Gretchen Carlson getting a $20 million dollar payoff? Roger Ailes got fired because he said he and Carlson should hook up sometime. Bill Clinton seduced an naive, impressionable 22-year-old girl, stuck a cigar in her vagina, had her give him fellatio and splooged on her blue dress. Then he committed perjury and was impeached for it. Now his wife wants to be president. What the hell does Colin Powell have to do with anything? Why is he even mentioned in this conversation?
Using The Washington Post’s logic, if someone else does something, then anyone else should be able to do it. If Hillary Clinton demands cunnilingus from Huma Abedin, then by God, Huma should get down on her knees and get busy. If Colin Powell used a private computer and bypassed State department servers, then what’s the big whoop about Hillary doing it?
I’m telling you, The Washington Post has become the newspaper of Batboy. Their journalistic credibility is kaput.
Last is a finding that 30 Benghazi-related emails that were recovered during the FBI email investigation and recently attracted big headlines had nothing significant in them. Only one, in fact, was previously undisclosed, and it contained nothing but a compliment from a diplomat. But the damage of the “30 deleted Benghazi emails” story has already been done.
Ms. Clinton is hardly blameless. She treated the public’s interest in sound record-keeping cavalierly. A small amount of classified material also moved across her private server. But it was not obviously marked as such, (wrong) and there is still no evidence that national security was harmed. Ms. Clinton has also admitted that using the personal server was a mistake. The story has vastly exceeded the boundaries of the facts.
The fact that no national security was harmed is irrelevant. If you get drunk and manage to drive home without killing somebody, that doesn’t mean you didn’t do something illegal.
The Washington Post is completely ignoring the part of the FBI report where Clinton said she didn’t know that the letter ‘C’ next to a correspondence meant classified. They’re ignoring Hillary saying she couldn’t remember a lot of things due to her concussion that developed into a blood clot and an aneurysm that almost killed her. Hillary Clinton stated “I can’t recall” 39 times during her questioning by the FBI. Because she bumped her head. But she’s as healthy as a horse. Just look at how healthy she was during the 9/11 memorial ceremony on Sunday. “Just a little pollen, I mean heat exhaustion, I mean pneumonia. I feel great.”
The Washington Post also conveniently forgets that Hillary had her servers scrubbed with BleachBit, a program that is used to completely wipe every bit of data off of any server. It erases a computer’s entire history. The Washington Post pretends none of this exists.
The Weekly World news, I mean The Washington Post, wraps it up with this:
Imagine how history would judge today’s Americans if, looking back at this election, the record showed that voters empowered a dangerous man because of . . . a minor email scandal. There is no equivalence between Ms. Clinton’s wrongs and Mr. Trump’s manifest unfitness for office.
This is stunning. But what do you expect from a Batboy “newspaper” run by a butt plug pusher?
From 9-9-16 episode of The Rob Zicari Show LIVE 10-1pm M-F