A Washington Post reporter has had it with all this negative focus on Hillary.
Paul Waldman wonders why Hillary Clinton’s not getting a fair shake from the media in an article titled, “Trump’s history of corruption is mind-boggling. So why is Clinton supposedly the corrupt one?”
Right there, before even getting out of the gates, the article loses credibility. Waldman does his best to convict the GOP presidential candidate of supposed nefarious Trump University dealings and lays out a laundry list of other “scandals.”
Through it all, he can’t seem to figure out why all the focus seems to be on the one who’s been investigated by the FBI.
“For all the controversy he has caused … Trump is still being let off the hook,” Waldman laments.
The sheer volume of Trump corruption stories is incredible. They're all covered for a few days and then dropped: https://t.co/oM1BeVwcX9
— Paul Waldman (@paulwaldman1) September 5, 2016
He took his gripes, and his article, to Twitter where some folks were ready to justify Hillary’s deceitful behavior:
— Anita Finlay (@AnitaFinlay) September 5, 2016
— (((LSuzanneGordon))) (@lsgordon) September 6, 2016
— OldeHippi (@OldeHippi) September 6, 2016
And there were those who saw it entirely differently:
@paulwaldman1 not a trump supporter, but Hillary is the ruling queen of corruption. Trump has NOTHING on her.
— Sailor Chick ’95 (@strinam) September 5, 2016
— TakingHayekSeriously (@FriedrichHayek) September 5, 2016
@paulwaldman1 DTwas a private citizen How does this even come close to Hillary’s lies/murder on Benghazi
— Angels in the wind (@Angelsinthewin) September 6, 2016
@paulwaldman1 you seem to claim that Clinton must be innocent if Trump isn’t lily-white clean.
— Jim (@WontComply) September 5, 2016
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