Satire is dead.
“…became persuaded that charging her was not appropriate”
“To be great is to be misunderstood.”
“At worst, career employees in the State and Justice Departments colluded to scuttle public scrutiny of Clinton…”
“There’s no equivalency to what my father’s spoken about.”
For the record.
“Hillary Clinton obviously benefited from people taking actions to ensure she wasn’t held accountable.”
Puts “data dump” in a whole new light
“at least three top FBI officials were involved in helping Comey fashion and edit the statement…”
And also Uranium One.
It’s still not over
And well before the investigation was complete
“It looks like the Obama administration is still in charge of the FBI.”
Everything old is new again
Oh, really? Do tell…
Huge, if true
Vindications and vilifications.
Benghazi and a Code Red.
“Had the issue with Loretta Lynch on the tarmac not happened, things would be different. People forget that.”
Good luck with that one.
“She enjoyed being a celebrity too much.”
Sessions on board with this?
In the clear?
Cleanup on Aisle HC.
Truth-telling: the conclusion.
“Throw all the politics out the window, what we’re talking about is the defense of this nation.”
Nothing is constant but the rate of change
… unless you’re inviting foreign diplomats to your yoga class
WSJ: A “grossly inappropriate intervention.”
Reuters: Nothing’s changed.
Not much to say for a “spokesperson”
There’s no crying in baseball, but there is crying in politics.
“We gotta zap Lanny out of our universe.”
“This is still a country that is less revolutionary than it is interested in improvement.”
There should be questions
Netflix and kill.