“Blood Feud” is Certainly Making Hillary Look Good
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.
I’m not going to quote the latest excerpt from Edward Klein’s Blood Feud, which claims that Hillary compared Obama to Nixon. Okay, I’ll quote a small section.
‘”The IRS targeting the Tea Party, the Justice Department’s seizure of AP phone records and James Rosen’s emails — all these scandals. Obama’s allowed his hatred for his enemies to screw him the way Nixon did,”‘ Clinton reportedly told her pals.
Certainly nothing the Clintons know about.
But here’s what I find more interesting. The quotes have a consistent pattern of making Hillary look good.
When the Clintons argue with the Obama, they come out looking better. When Hillary argues over Benghazi, she comes out better than Obama. When Bill Clinton tries to convince her to use his death to get elected, she’s the one who reacts like a normal person.
Now she’s supposedly outraged over enemies lists.
The consistent pattern is that these segments keep making Hillary Clinton look good. Now that might be because Hillary Clinton isn’t a very interesting character to write. Bill Clinton must be fun to write. His voice is easy to capture.
Hillary Clinton sounds all over the place. And yet she’s the protagonist in all this. Each encounter seems designed to make her look good.
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