• MSNBC Panel Hammers Howard Dean’s Effort to Smear Clinton Cash Author

    The Clintons are rolling the usual cast of attack dogs to help smear an author critical of the Democratic presidential frontrunner.

    Thursday’s Morning Joe broadcast saw Clinton attack hack Howard Dean getting destroyed by New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters.

    In general New York Times has been sloppy,” Dean said. “Particularly their political writers. I use the Times as an example in journalism classes, because by the fifth paragraph in any political story. They’re substituting their judgment for news.”

    “I think that is an overly broad generalization that maligns my colleagues and it’s unfair of you,” Peters fired back. “I’ve dealt with you an awful lot, and I don’t think you would call me sloppy.”

    “I would not, but there are plenty of people who write for the New York Times and every other paper that I think are incredibly sloppy and I could name a lot of them,” Dean said.

    But Dean didn’t name one “sloppy” reporter.

    This is par for the course. And this course s going to be a painful one for Team Clinton.

    A new bombshell report out from the New York Times exhaustively details how huge donations from Canadian and Russian mining companies flowed into the Clinton Foundation while those corporations had relevant business before the Hillary-run State Department, to approve a transaction that would give control of a Wyoming uranium mine to Russia.

    Drips of Clinton corruption stemming from the groundbreaking research found in the forthcoming book Clinton Cash, have turned into a flood as media outlets from The New York Times to POLITICO to The Washington Post, Reuters, Bloomberg, and The Wall Street Journal are all reporting stories about it.

    Fox News is airing “The Clinton Tangled Web” Friday at 10p.m., a documentary that will further expose the long-running history of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s worldwide graft.

    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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