“Are women to be believed except when they accuse certain powerful Democrats?”
“Frequently — well not frequently…”
Speaking truth to power.
“Instead of questioning authority, they’re questioning and shouting down those who question authority.”
$35 million in damages.
“Out of control.”
“We saw that was something very unethical done to have kept that up.”
“I’m not touching it.”
“[W]e are to go through these stacks and pull out anything that might put anybody in the front office or the seventh floor in a bad light.”
Vietor’s claim “directly at odds with” White House claims … dude.
Plus, a word about Media Matters.
From “speaking truth to power” to “don’t ruffle the same feathers.”
You don’t say
Taking her credibility and going home.
“She increasingly felt like her work was no longer supported…”
Mullen advised Hillary on her Congressional testimony during the investigation.
“There were just signs of unusual happenings for many months.”
“There’s definitely been an intrusion into my computer system.”
The fallback defense.