Thursday, July 7, 2016
There are few if any Vic Kambers left to defend the Clintons’ indefensible acts
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
In the early days, immediately after the famous Bill Clinton semen stained blue dress surfaced, it seemed like Sean Hannity had the same Democrat hack on every other night. His name was Vic Kamber. He was a Democrat PR representative who was a convicted forger that spent two years in prison. Kamber became famous for robotically repeating “Just because there is semen on the dress doesn’t mean there was sex.”
Kamber and his type of sleazy creature are gone and there are few Democrat parrots that will embarrass themselves to save the Clintons--especially Hillary the least liked of the two.
One such knee jerk Democrat, who, in another era might have jumped to defend Hillary Clinton, is Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post. Nevertheless, after watching FBI Director James Comey’s televised report on the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s handling of secret Emails, Cillizza wrote about what he saw as if he was a paid staff member of the Trump campaign.
“FBI Director James Comey dismantled large portions of Clinton’s long told story about her private server and what she sent or received on it.”
“While Comey exonerated Clinton legally speaking, he provided huge amounts of fodder that could badly hamstring her in the court of public opinion.”
“…Comey said the FBI found 110 emails on Clinton’s server that were classified at the time they were sent or received. That stands in direct contradiction to Clinton’s repeated insistence she never sent or received any classified emails. And [it] even stands in contrast to her amended statement that she never knowingly sent or received any classified information.”
“Comey condemned Clinton and her top aides as “extremely careless,” in how they handled information during her time as the head of the State Department, adding, “Any reasonable person should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that sort of information.””
Except for his recommendation that there be no indictment, none of what Comey said was helpful to Clinton.