See something, say nothing
“Older conservatives judge Trump on his politics; younger conservatives judge Trump on his values.”
“The move by Town & Country struck many as exactly the wrong thing to do…”
“It’s a tough day.”
“The Deplorables always got a laugh, over living-room chats in the Hamptons…”
“was used by conservatives as a kind of feminist gotcha…”
Out of this world
“We had a full and open discussion about it.”
“I’m beginning (just beginning) to consider the implications of the power differentials that were so vast…”
What about Hillary?
Or a little better, at least.
“Activist bitches supporting bitches.”
“U.S. prosecutors unsealed money laundering, foreign bribery and wire fraud charges…”
Hat trick or unified-field theory?
“It was not immediately clear if the Clintons were at home when the fire erupted…”
“the department is committed to investigating such claims because even if charges cannot be brought”
“I am incredibly proud of the women who have come forward.”
“[T]hese guys set too high a standard for public office.”
“It shrunk me. It’s like I was no longer a person, only ornamental.”
Too little, too late
“Democrats, by and large, did not ask these questions when Clinton’s affair with Lewinsky came to light — or until very recently.”
And under the bus the Clintons go
“this is why we have Trump.”
Matthews conveniently forgot how Monica Lewinsky was villified by the media.
“we need to have the highest standards for elected leaders…”
“I think the days of sort of tip-toeing around the Clinton’s are over and I’m fine with it.”
“I’ve been hearing that, and it’s very rewarding.”
“But then Bubba came along and blew up the tracks.”
“Does this sound familiar?”