Warning: You are now entering the Clinton Zone, to protect yourself from flying bullshit, please put on your safety goggles. (Photo: Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
In remarks Tuesday that proved convincingly that “The Truth” is not her middle name, Hillary Clinton sent a clear message to those who might try to deny her the Presidency: She will make up “facts” out of thin air to animate her stillborn message of predictable Clintonian nostrums that run 40 years past their sell-by date.
At a “round table” discussion at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, with her eyes rolling around like a slot machine of pure ambition and her neck craning back and forth like some sort of patronizing, political ostrich, Clinton, as charismatic as a cockroach and so unnatural a speaker (and probably so unsure of her point) that she kept referring to pages on the table in front of her despite her simplistic subject matter, sounded and looked like a schizophrenic mental patient who was tickled pink to be speaking English for the first time (see video below if you can stomach it). She unleashed the following canard while trying to convince the Elizabeth Warren faction of her party that she’s to the left of the world on immigration:
“…our undocumented workers in New York pay more in taxes than some of our biggest corporations in New York.”
The 18.5 minutes missing from Nixon’s White House tapes have been found… (Photo: Library of Congress)
…along with Hillary Clinton’s State Department emails. (Photo: inquisitr.com)
For over 40 years, presidential scholars and conspiracy buffs have wondered about the 18.5 minutes missing from Richard Nixon’s White House audiotapes. And for over 2 days, anyone not already exhausted by the never-ending litany of Clintonian scandals has wondered about Hillary Clinton’s missing State Department email account. In an amazing discovery, both have been found by noted presidential scholar Charles Faux-Pas Bidet, Professor of History at Staten Island’s Dyke College and author of Clinton: Statesman or Swinger? Professor Faux-Pas Bidet told Bud Fox News: Continue reading
Influenced by Hillary Clinton’s fictitious account of facing sniper fire in Bosnia, Brian Williams joined the ranks of the fabulists. (Photo: fansided.com)
As has been extensively reported, Brian Williams admitted yesterday that although he’s been confidently telling the tall tale for years, he was in fact not aboard a military helicopter that was hit and forced down by an RPG on the eve of the Iraq War in 2003. On a visit to the Late Show with David Letterman in 2013, Williams, displaying a cocky élan that now seems to belie some sort of psychosis and certainly deserves an ignominious job dismissal, regaled the cranky sexagenarian host with a story that includes this complete fabrication: “…two of our four helicopters were hit by ground fire including the one I was in.” He was clearly having a ball telling this anecdote and making himself out to be a fearless yet fun, hot-zone-loving, bad-ass journalist. Wiliams’ most recent telling of this story, just last week during a televised tribute to a retired soldier at a New York Rangers hockey game, is what got him in trouble. Soldiers actually involved in the incident saw the broadcast and told Stars and Stripes newspaper that Williams was full of crap, which led to Williams’ weird, vacant 50-second, on-air apology last night. The brief mea culpa is fascinating to watch because everything about the anchorman’s delivery- facial expression, tone of voice, body language- would make you think that he’s blithely talking about a third party or something totally unserious like the Little League World Series. It also makes you think that he might have a borderline personality disorder.
Bud Fox News‘ Silence Bellows was able to have a brief, exclusive conversation with Williams early this morning. He admitted that he thought he could get away with it: Continue reading
NFL Commissioner-elect Hillary Clinton showing the pass interference signal.
At a press conference this morning, current NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s first announcement was like hearing football’s top executive fart out loud: He will step down at the end of this season. But his second announcement…well, not only could you hear him squeeze one out, you could catch the odor all the way in the back of the room: Hillary Clinton will be his replacement. By the time the former Secretary of State was introduced and stood beside him on stage, even the most jaded sportswriter in attendance was in a state of shock. Continue reading