Tomi Lahren Isn’t Buying The Phony Apologies By Surrogates
Clinton is a 40-Year Political Liar Now Incapable Of Telling The Truth
Tomi Lahren observes that the Democrats have many fears. She lists them to include “politically incorrect words, tweets, voter ID laws, weather change and of course, guns and other inanimate objects. The list really goes on and on but the one thing they fear the most is the truth, transparency. It’s one thing for Hillary to lie. It’s another for her apologists to continue her dirty work.”
She says, “And when it comes to lapdogs, Senator snuggles up in that pantsuit better than anyone.”Lahren plays a clip of Kaine doing just that on NBC’s Meet the Press, with him shoveling out the distortions of the truth. Kaine says, “Chuck let me jump right to the punch line, and then making excuses for Clinton’s lies with more lies. He says he’s heard her apologize, a statement that Lahren jumps on with both feet.
She says, “Hey Tim, apologizing and admitting you’ve lied are two very different things. You can just say sorry. Shoot, that’s relationship rule number one, right? If you don’t know what you’re sorry for how can you really apologize? Oh and if you keep doing it, keep lying, keep deleting, keep being a sketch ball, you’re not sorry.”
“Hillary has never been sorry for the crap she’s done; she’s sorry she got caught.” She tells him not to look for the easy and easily refuted scapegoats of Fox New Sunday’s Chris Wallace or FBI Director Comey. She provides video evidence for Congressional hearings in the form of an exchange with Rep Trey Gowdy as proof that Comey did not say she was truthful in her responses.
Kaine restricts the window of truthfulness that he is speaking of to the time that Clinton was in the session with interview with the FBI. That she didn’t lie to the FBI in that particular setting, a three and a half hour lie-free period for Mrs. Clinton. That must have been a record for her; it’s too bad it wasn’t recorded for all of us to benefit from.
What’s important is that Clinton has learned from this experience and in the future they’re going to be “real transparent.” We’ve seen how faithful to disclosure the “most transparent administration in history” has been to the American people. They’ve been as clear as mud on everything they’ve done.
Lahren deciphers the Kaine drivel explaining that what he really means is that in the future they’ll do a better job of covering up what they’re up to. Less transparency, when done properly, looks like more transparency.
She asks if that applies to selling arms to terrorists as well. If next time around they’re planning for us not to find out about it. She plays a clip of Julian Assange exposing Clinton’s arms deals with jihadists, including ISIS, as being in the Wikileaks emails.
Clinton claims she just short-circuited as she and a motionless and silent Chris Wallace were “talking past each other.” Ms Lahren has a warning about the short-circuit Clinton defense.