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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

WikiLeaks exposes media bias, Clinton team cheering Stephanopoulos' use of talking points

‘Great work everyone. He lands nothing and everything is refuted (mostly based on our work)’

The latest round of WikiLeaks documents released by founder Julian Assange shows members of Hillary Clinton’s team touting ABC News’ “perfect” use of its talking points.

“This Week” moderator George Stephanopoulos was criticized in April 2015 for not disclosing ties to The Clinton Foundation before a contentious interview with “Clinton Cash” author Peter Schweizer. Mr. Stephanopoulos apologized for not mentioning his $75,000 in CGI donations, but WikiLeaks’ latest hacked emails indicate there was collusion behind the scenes.

“Great work everyone. This interview is perfect. He lands nothing and everything is refuted (mostly based on our work),” Jesse Ferguson wrote April 26, 2015.

“This is amazing. A pleasure to read,” responded Mrs. Clinton’s communications director, Jennifer Palmieri.

“Not to pile on, but this is therapeutic to watch,” added Nick Merrill, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign press secretary. “George is cool as a cucumber, doesn’t rush into it, but just destroys him slowly but surely over the course of the interview.”

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

U know how u separate George from the rest of the good ol boys. With a crowbar!

lmclain said...

With the absolutely devastating revelations about hillary, her staff, the media collusion, the FBI, and the Democratic Party leaders, the media can't stop talking about some lewd comments made a decade ago.
The media has an agenda.
hillary has been seen to be dismissive of black people, women, children, criminals, Catholics, the middle class, and others.
Its' not getting any play on the news. Just Trump's potty mouth. THAT is their focus and main story line.
That is an agenda, whether you want to see it or not.