Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The Right Wing Attacks Against Hillary Clinton Have Already Begun En Masse

On the very day Hillary Clinton announced that she would be running for the Democratic nomination for president in 2016 the right-wing media figures responded with attacks ranging from sexism to implications that Clinton is supported by Communists.

Let's take a look.

GOP.com blared Stop Hillary on their front page with a photo of the former secretary of state topped the home page of adorned with a stop sign reading the aforementioned "Stop Hillary" sign...


The New York Post which is owned by Rupert Murdock (Fox News) ran a classy full front page reading "Oh Hill No!"...No, No, No... ect...

Classy stuff NYP

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who is also expected to seek the Republican nomination, tweeted...

"As Secretary of State @HillaryClinton was the architect of the failed foreign policy we're seeing executed by President Obama today."

The political action committee associated with Walker, Our American Revival, then sought signatures for a petition to "speak out against Hillary Clinton's dangerous liberal record."

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush tweeted after Clinton's announcement that...

"We must do better than Hillary" and directed people to sign up at the website for the political action committee Right to Rise to "Stop Hillary."

Jeb also released a video in which he proclaims that: "We must to do better than the Obama-Clinton foreign policy that has damaged relationships with our allies and emboldened our enemies."

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, another 2016 presidential hopeful, posted the first anti-Clinton video advertisement after he made the rounds of talk shows on Sunday to criticize Clinton's foreign policy and began selling merchandise stamped with the slogan "Liberty not Hillary." In which a woman's voice says...

"Hillary Clinton represents the worst of the Washington machine - the arrogance of power, corruption and cover-up, conflicts of interest and failed leadership with tragic consequences."

Texas Senator Ted Cruz, also seeking the Republican nomination, released a video and statement saying that electing Clinton was akin to giving current President Barack Obama a third term, and slamming Clinton's foreign policy record.

"She designed and implemented 'leading from behind.' On her watch we have witnessed the rise of Russia, Iran, and ISIS (Islamic State). We know that a Hillary Clinton Administration would be no different than an Obama Administration. Obamacare, amnesty, and the ongoing assault on our constitutional rights would continue."

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus emailed a statement eight minutes after the campaign launch:

"Over decades as a Washington insider, Clinton has left a trail of secrecy, scandal, and failed policies that can't be erased from voters' minds. The Clintons believe they can play by a different set of rules and think they're above transparency, accountability, and ethics."

National Review’s Kevin Williamson responded to the Clinton news by Tweeting a picture from a Chinese Communist Party meeting...


Conservative radio host Erick Erickson responded to the news by posting a 17th century painting of a beached whale alongside this caption...

Hillary Clinton's consultants' consultants' interns' assistants have announced Hillary is running for President to subsidize Democrat consultants left on the sidelines since 2009

GOP strategist Ana Navarro while on CNN said she's had enough of Hillary Clinton doing that whole "woman thing." saying...

"I don't need her to drown me in estrogen every time she opens her mouth. Every time she opens her mouth it's about the granddaughter and Chelsea's wedding and the yoga routines ... She doesn't need to have a sign that says, 'I'm a woman, hear me roar!'"

Media guru Dan Gainor took exception to Hillary Clinton's supposed “diversity bullshit” tweeting...

PS - SWJ stands for "Social Warrior Justice"

Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt said Clinton’s 2016 declaration was Democrats’ “Weekend at Bernie’s” moment because they...

are afraid they have a candidate they have to prop up from now until November of 2016 — that there isn’t any substance, there isn’t any charisma, and most of all, she’s not trustworthy.” 

The Washington Free Beacon's  F. Bill McMorris tweeted...


Fox News' Katie Pavlich invoked the Benghazi terrorist attack and linked it to her announcement, writing...


Infowars writer Paul Watson tweeted this using the hashtag #WhyImNotVotingForHillary...


 So are you ready for another 18 months of this because it's only going to get worse?


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