Clinton campaign descends into chaos: Hillary tries, fails, to play the victim

Clinton campaign manager admits: Hillary couldn’t even make it through her email statement without l

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As the Clinton campaign descends into chaos, Democrats have pulled out their well-worn playbook.  They leafed through the pages, realized there’s nothing new in it, and they’re being forced to lean on the same old chestnut they trot out whenever Hillary’s glass jaw exposes itself.

Specifically, they’re trying to sell the ludicrous idea that this poor, defenseless, woman is a victim.

Everyone’s out to get her.  The press is trying to destroy her, the GOP is out to destroy her, evil misogynists are out to destroy her, and - obviously - the vast right wing conspiracy is out to destroy her. She’s as pure as the wind-driven snow, and she’s surrounded by a pack of ravenous wolves.

Why, even FBI Director James Comey - a man whose unimpeachable honor they were lauding just a week ago - is suddenly a conservative attack dog.

As part of their effort to legitimize this fairy tale, Hillary and her surrogates spent the last few days claiming that Comey’s partisan hackery was on full display - since he only sent his now-infamous letter to Republicans.

The problem is that’s not true.  ...And yesterday, Chris Wallace absolutely hammered Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook about it.

In other words, Hillary Clinton couldn’t even make it through a brief, defensive, statement about her latest scandal without unloading a steaming pile of lies.

I wonder why people don’t trust her…

Mook admits Clinton lied when she claimed FBI sent letter to only Republicans

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