Time for an intervention?
“…cost the Clinton-Kaine campaign at least $100,000”
To run, or not to run: that is the question.
Targeted African-Americans, conservatives in 2016 disinformation campaign.
Money, money, money.
“We all need a hug.”
“The more than a half-million pages of documents turned into this committee is more than the number of pages we’ve received for the last five Supreme Court nominees combined.”
When victory seemed certain
Message received, then.
Please keep your hands where they can be seen
Wants it eliminated.
“Let the chips fall.”
Thumb on the scale
“she has not yet reached the point where she can sound off in a way that doesn’t reek of self-pity and bitterness”
“We were trying to present her with these qualities that you’re used to seeing in a male president…”
“Dramatically watered down” statement?
“What is known, however, is that the election was close…”
“We believe it would be much better for GOP to win.”
The Shadow knows.
2012’s calling, Senator, with the precedent you missed.
“…unlike Flynn, she was not paid to attend the dinner”
The operative word is “may”
“…he was ready to take Trump’s place as the party’s nominee.”
“It’s utterly confounding.”
Interesting times in Asia
We’ve got the goods
“Not my president!”
Bolts, barn doors, and the Captain Louis Renault moment.
“The best estimate for the persuasive effects of campaign contact and advertising … is zero.”
“Putin hated Secretary Clinton so much that the flip side of that coin was that he had a clear preference for the person running against the person he hated”
“…whether or not there’s fire, we need to figure it out.”
“I am done with being a candidate.”
“They just think they’re a little bit better than everybody else…”
So woke it’s scary.
“We were right on the edge of Constitutional legality”
“It was arrogance, arrogance that they were going to win.”
Bomb, and shell.
What about the FAA?
Seems like we’ve heard that line somewhere before
“She’s attacking the MPs whose votes she needs.”