[Content note: Violent misogyny, gun violence]Tuesday News and Stuff:The Secret Service is is investigating right wing radio host Pete Santilli after he said he wanted to shoot former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the vagina....Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) A few days ago, we posted a poem written by Raymond Maxwell, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Maghreb (North Africa) Affairs at the State Department’s Bureau of Near East Affairs, whom Hillary Clinton placed on “administrative leave” (months of it, with no end in sight) in response to the Benghazi attack. Show More Summary
Extremist radio host Pete Santilli is defending and reiterating his inflammatory attacks on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, stating on his program that he wants "to shoot her in the vagina and let her suffer right before my...Show More Summary
Conservative talk radio host Pete Santilli really hates former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In a recent tirade against Hils, Santilli made a number of vulgar statements, even saying that she deserves to be “shot in the vagina.” On his May 9 show, Santilli slammed Clinton for what he sees as her involvement in the [...]Show More Summary
Dismissing whether his comments were a 2016 preview, Senator Rand Paul said that Hillary Clinton should have resigned as secretary of state following her failures to provide security to the Benghazi consulate prior to last year’s 9/11...Show More Summary
Right Wing radio host Pete Santilli made stunning comments on his internet-based radio show about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, saying he "wants to shoot her right in the vagina," on behalf of "all Americans that you've killed."
The cover of the June 3 issue of National Review shows a caricature of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with exaggerated features and playing a fiddle in front of what appears to be the attacked U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya engulfed by flames. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton can't seem to stay out of the spotlight, becoming the object of the GOP Benghazi outrage with calls for her to return for more hearings, as well as Senator Rand Paul suggesting that Benghazi should "preclude her from running for higher office."
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was Jay Leno’s guest on the Tonight Show Friday, and he didn’t have kind things to say about the current White House resident or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. At one point in their discussion, Romney said, "I'm... -
FULL VIDEO HERE In the midst of government investigations, subpoenas, and hearings relating to last September's deadly terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate and CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,...Show More Summary
It's widely assumed in Democratic circles that Republicans have tried to use the recent furor over Benghazi to deal former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton a black eye ahead of a possible presidential bid in 2016. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)...Show More Summary
(CNN) – Sen. Rand Paul continued his blitz against Hillary Clinton, arguing Thursday the former secretary of state was involved in changing the Benghazi talking points, despite recently-released e-mails indicating she did not have a direct role in the matter. The Republican senator of Kentucky–who’s considering a 2016 presidential bid–said that because her spokeswoman at […]
On Monday, we reported on a poll which indicated that many of the people who are most spun up about Benghazi, as a scandal, don't even know where it is. That poll also showed that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's net favorability hadn't changed since since March...
Former George W. Bush Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld appeared on Mike Huckabee's radio show on Tuesday and discussed his new book, Known and Unknown. He was critical of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for making remarks during her January Congressional testimony about the attacks against the U.S. Show More Summary
It was one of Hillary Clinton’s most infamous utterances during her enure as secretary of state: “What difference, at this point, does it make?” The comment came at a Senate committee hearing on the attack in Benghazi, and, writes Ed...Show More Summary
The Benghazi cover-up is falling apart and the left is desperate. They will do anything to protect former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from any blame in the sandal. In this instance, Politico's Roger Simon has fallen back on the...Show More Summary
Why was U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice sent to appear on the Sunday talk shows on September 16, 2012 instead of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to discuss the terrorist attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya? After all, Clinton, not Rice, was Ambassador Christopher Stevens' boss. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would have you believe that she knew virtually nothing about anything relating to the debacle in Benghazi, even though she was in charge of the State Department at the time (you’d never know it from the … Continue reading ?
Aides to Hillary Clinton tell Politico the former Secretary of State has a "default" policy of rejecting all Sunday political show interview requests. Said one: "She has a standing refusal... She hates them. She would rather die than do them. The White House knows, so they would know not to even ask her."
Public Policy Polling released a poll on Monday finding that more Americans trust former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over Republicans over the GOP-ginned up Benghazi controversy. Forty-nine percent trust Clinton, versus 39 percent for Republicans. Show More Summary