• MSNBC: When’s The Last Time Hillary Answered Questions?

    It’s a good question.

    It’s just too bad the question even need asking. The words embarrassingly ironic come to mind.

    With the word scandal becoming synonymous with Clinton, in light of Hillary’s latest controversy about hidden emails and secret servers, news outlets are asking if and when Dear Hillary will address her swirling storm of scandals.

    The American media are in shambles. One needn’t look any further than to TMZ, the largely tabloid-like L.A.-based entertainment conglomerate, of all news outlets, which dared to get close enough to ask Hillary questions the mainstream bootlicking media won’t.

    This morning, MSNBC correspondent Kasie Hunt was discussing how Jeb Bush was campaigning over the weekend and answering the media’s questions: “When is the last time you saw Hillary Clinton standing in a scrum of press answering questions from the reporters who showed up?” Hunt asked.

    Again, why do these so-called journalists believe that they have to wait for the politicians to appear in their faces in order for questions to be asked?

    It’s laughable the way these hacks think.

    How is it that in an age where nearly everyone has access to a camera, a microphone, and the internet, billion dollar-backed, smartest-of-the-smart reporters can’t figured out that getting a supposedly untouchable public figure like Hillary Clinton to answer uncomfortable questions is as easy as shoving the camera and mic in her face?

    Again, TM friggin’ Z got it done.

    One week after the world learned about Hillary using her private email to conduct business at the State Department, it’s an indictment on the press that headlines like “Critics, Supporters Wondering When Clinton Will Address Email Controversy,” even exist.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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