Send in the Clones: Hillary Clinton’s Hilarious Fake Spontaneous Supporters

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“Here at the Clinton Foundation Paid Mouthpiece Cloning Facility, we are building for the future…”

Mediaite sarcastically points out that “in a massive coincidence, every single Hillary Clinton staffer and surrogate who watched the Democratic presidential candidate’s Meet the Press interview [Sunday] had the exact same thoughts, sometimes using identical language.”  On MSNBC, Willie Geist and Chuck Todd, who handled the interview,  joked about it.

“Everyone who is remotely a part of the campaign tweeted out simultaneously that it’s time to move on,” said NBC’s Willie Geist. “I saw that!” a grinning Todd said.“That was a little ham-handed….Especially when it’s exactly the same, right? It’s clear somebody cut and paste from the email, from whatever email.”

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! How hilarious! All of those guests that MSNBC and NBC and the rest have on to give their honest, objective, expert opinion on Clinton’s misconduct, machinations and lies are reading from scripts provided by Hillary’s campaign! That’s so funny! And the news media present them as if they are presenting independent opinions and are trustworthy! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Here are the tweets in question:

Questions on @HillaryClinton‘s emails on this morning’s #MTP? Asked and answered. Time to move on.

Karen Finney (@finneyk) September 27, 2015

Questions on @HillaryClinton‘s emails on this morning’s #MTP? Asked and answered. Time to move on.

— Brad Woodhouse (@woodhouseb) September 27, 2015

Cannot wait to see @HillaryClinton on @meetthepress this a.m.! Sounds like she answered every email question ever. Now, time to move on!

—Jennifer Granholm (@JenGranholm) 9:18 AM – 27 Sep 2015

Questions on @HillaryClinton’s emails on yesterday’s #MTP? Asked and answered. Time to move on.Please.

—Hilary Rosen (@hilaryr) 28 Sep 2015

@HillaryClinton responds to questions about emails on #MTP. Good answers, time to move on to substance please.

18 thoughts on “Send in the Clones: Hillary Clinton’s Hilarious Fake Spontaneous Supporters

  1. It seems *serious* scandal after scandal or *serious* issues with actual campaign platforms emanating from the Left this go around only benefit from minor commentary such as “I wouldn’t vote for a Muslim for President” emanating from the Right.

    Good thing the media is unbiased and objective…

  2. This is hardly new. Sites like MSN and Huff Post, among others, put out left wing infomercials disguised as news stories, then spam their comments sections. It’s ridiculous, and funny.

  3. Jack’s absolutely right. When did it become acceptable to simply allow people to read talking points instead of answering questions, and then NOT ask a follow up question or repeat the original question? It’s just kabuki theater. “Just ignore the man behind the curtain.”

  4. Can there still be ANYBODY, ANYWHERE that still believes that we have a free, independent and unbiased press? I seriously doubt it. And if there is, they’re too dumb to vote.

    • I know lots of them. They are all Democrats. As such, their viewpoints are the only viewpoints that are valid and therefore, the only ones that should be allowed. Their problem is that they don’t really believe in an unbiased press and they don’t believe in the First Amendment. They believe in speech codes and restricted conduct. They just can’t admit that they don’t believe in freedom. The believe in the tyranny of the virtuous and have defined themselves as the virtuous. How could anyone possibly object to that?

  5. All these comments and suggestions of conspiracy are crazy. What really happened is that all these people had exactly the same comments because they were accidentally hacked from Hillary’s home mail server!

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