Ed Schultz, the liberal blowhard fired last summer for being achieving the noteworthy distinction of being too extreme for MSNBC, has a presence on RT. Although he’s dialed back the anger to a more tolerable level, there still are moments when he’s bombastic, hard to listen to and rude to his guests. That comes in the second part of the video.
In the first part he’s taking some well deserved shots at a former sacred cow, now more like an irritating water buffalo, that’s slipping in stature even as they speak. He plays a clip of Clinton, who is becoming more dogmatic in her bitterness and determination to tell us every detail of how her being an unlikable traitorous criminal had nothing to do with her not getting elected President and that it was in large part the fault of those two mean men, Putin and Trump.
But she had more blame to share on this day, directing some of her assignments of culpability towards the DNC and members of the Democrat Party, saying she inherited “nothing.” She said, “It was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, it’s data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong. I had to inject money into it, the DNC, to keep it going.” In July, then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign for favoring Clinton over Sanders, not for any of those reasons cited by Clinton. The revelations that DWS acted inappropriately to Clinton’s benefit was more information supposedly revealed by “those dastardly Russians” in WikiLeaks releases. Clinton stated a much different opinion of Schultz’s performance then.
She said, ” There’s simply no one better at taking the fight to the Republicans than Debbie – which is why I am glad that she has agreed to serve as honorary chair of my campaign’s 50-state program to gain ground and elect Democrats in every part of the country.” That’s the kind of difference seven months of stewing over how you were cheated out of the election can make in your perception of the world around you, or at least how you are willing to express it to other people.
Dr. Gina Loudon is asked by Ed Shultz if Hillary Clinton just slammed Hussein Obama, to which she offers some advice to Clinton. Recognizing the damage she’s done to their party, she needs to just fade away into the sunset. Loudon notes that instead, she’s trying to stay front and center, starting PACs and doing all sorts of things so that she can remain relevant. It’s not going to work, she and her family name have become toxic, in her opinion. Surprisingly, the Democrat panelist agrees.
Loudon also does a good job of arguing why the sensible action regarding the wealth redistribution plan marketed as the Paris climate accord is to get out of it. She’s too honest and logical for Schultz to sit quietly for long, eventually, on the verge of bursting with liberal “wisdom,” Shultz starts talking over her and calling our exit “a gift to the coal and oil industries and President Trump following through on campaign promises, as if that’s somehow a bad thing.
The more he talks the more ignorant Schultz shows himself to be. She points out that wealth redistribution means the other nations receive our stuff and that’s why they are in favor of and signed onto the Paris accord. Schultz continues to demonstrate why it’s pointless to listen to, let alone talk to a leftist.
Loudon is able to get the last word, reminding the other guest and Schultz, “the American people voted against globalism, let’s don’t forget that.”
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