Matt Lauer has been under fire for allegedly bungling the Commander-in-Chief Forum interviews with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Could it be that the invective hurled against Lauer is merely an attempt to distract voters from Hillary's problematic and confusing behaviour?
The mainstream meddlers, unable to openly admit their fondness for Hillary, for to do so would confirm their bias, have shot the messenger and ignored, once again, the subject matter.
A little birdie told me.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05766167 Date: 07/31/2015
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Even if Hillary regularly uses an in-ear technology to provide assistance to her, said assistance apparently doesn't prevent Clinton from getting confused during rallies and rare-as-Snorlax interviews.From: Abedin, HumaSent: Thursday, September 24, 2009 1:05 PMTo: H
Did u take your earpiece or do I need to get it?
Where Trump is open and obvious with his insults that call into question his opponent's character, which is not to say his approach merits approval, the Clinton campaign is a well oiled machine that uses obfuscation and character assassination with cruel elegance and ease.
The Clinton machine and its media allies initiated their rapid response teams to move attention away from Clinton's distracted performances toward the myth they have spent so very many hundreds of millions of dollars to construct.
It is no secret that Hillary is not at ease with formal interviews. Since her campaign team and their allies cannot blame the obvious opponent for her difficulties, the only one else left in the room to take the heat is, in this instant, the interviewer.
Sadly, there are a few among the Catholic media who demonstrate a similar Clintonian approach when confronted with a challenge to their agenda or imagine a threat to their character. By now, most of us are well aware of the Rosica v. Domet conflagration which pitted a Catholic media mogul against a blogger who merely documented then challenged Fr. Rosica's public comments.