Earlier today in New Hampshire, abortion provider Planned Parenthood shocked nobody and endorsed Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee for president:
And Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards was on hand for the festivities:
Apparently pantsuits jokes are OK if you provide abortions? Got it.
There are a lot of babies who aren’t here today, too, thanks to Planned Parenthood’s “care.”
And Hillary Clinton somehow took an even more extreme position and called on ending the Hyde Amendment, which prevents taxpayer funding ofabortions in most circumstances:
Oh really? Let’s see every reporter now ask every Dem running in a swing state if they agree with Clintonthat taxpayer dollars should be used to fund abortions under any circumstances.
(Hint: That will never happen.)
As Twitchy told you, David Axelrod appears to have takena “not so subtle” swipe at Hillary over reports that she’s considering a “staff shakeup.”
But John Podesta would like to make something perfectly clear:
Don’t laugh! He means it, you guys.
Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush appeared at an event yesterday, and this was among Clinton’s advice for presidential candidates:
Washington Post reporter Jonathan Capehart ran an opinion piece Monday about Trump and Hillaryand managed to upset a lot of his liberal readers.
Oh, boy. Hillary really, really stepped in it this time! Here she is thanking Nancy Reagan for starting a “national conversation” on HIV and AIDS:
And nowthe reaction from liberals who think Hillary Clinton is mis-remembering history just a little bit.
Star Trek’s Wil Wheaton:
Bernie Sander staffer Mike Casca:
Comedian Patton Oswalt:
BuzzFeed’s Chris Geidner:
Reuters’ Amanda Becker:
New Republic’s Jeet Heer:
Comedian and actor David Cross:
Mother Jones’ David Corn:
WaPost’s Greg Sargent:
Reporter Matthew Chayes:
New Republic’s Gwyneth Kelly;
Author Joyce Maynard:
Salon’s Ben Norton:
Comedian Kevin Marshall:
MTV’s Ira Madison:
Author and journalist Mark Harris:
Jezebel’s Anna Merlan;
We could do this all day. More reaction here.
Editor’s note: This post has been edited to correct a typo in Mrs. Reagan’s name.
“The ambassador and his team were desperate for help,” Hillary Clinton dramatically told the Select Committee on Benghazi today, recalling not the terrorist attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi but violent demonstrations in Tunisia.
Why was Clinton recalling the unrest in Tunisia? Because of that darn YouTube video that she and President Obama blamed for the “spontaneous” attack that killed four Americans. It just will not go away, so there must be some way to integrate it into the administration’s narrative.
Clinton recounted Tunisia as some sort of success story to counterbalance the debacle in Libya: “I called the president, President MarzoukiI said, Mr. President, please deploy your presidential guard, at least show that Tunisia will stand with the United States against these protestors over this inflammatory video. To his great credit and to my great relief, that is exactly what he did.”
Louise Mensch is among those continuing to lament Hillary Clinton’s election loss:
Former FBI Director James Comey has reportedly nailed down a book deal. Here’s what it’ll be focused on:
As Twitchy reported, at last week’s Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton said Republicans are theenemy she’s proudest to have made. Recently, Joe Biden apparently took someswipes at her for it:
Video via HotAir:
“I still have a lot of Republican friends. I don’t think my chief enemy is the Republican Party.”
Another video, via The Weekly Standard:
“I don’t consider Republicans enemies. They’re friends.”
So, is them fightin’ words?
Maybe … but they’re also a load of B.S. Did Uncle Joe forget what he said about Republicans back in 2012? Because we didn’t:
Not exactly friendly, is it, Joe?
We understand the importance of a star like Demi Lovato endorsing Hillary Clinton, but 69-year-old Bowzer (Jon Bauman) from Sha Na Na?
Acepredicted something like this happening back in 2012. Wrong Democrat, but the point stands: