The front-runner for the Democrat presidential nomination thinks the brutal deaths of four Americans at the hands of Mohammedan terrorists is a big joke.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton appeared on NBC’s “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert Tuesday night and joked about her time before the Benghazi Select Committee, as well as the HBO TV series “House of Cards.”
Colbert wished Clinton a happy birthday, which was Monday, and asked if she had done “anything special like a have a celebration for 11 hours?”
Clinton laughed and told Colbert she had slept late and had “tried to get away with as little as I could get away with.”
The Democrat Frontrunner is similarly dismissive of the Veterans Administration scandal, wherein thousands of veterans died while awaiting treatment as VA bureaucrats created phony waiting lists to cover up their incompetence.
The former secretary of state suggested in an interview late last week that the controversy which shook the VA last year was overblown, and Republicans used it to serve their own agenda.
“It’s not been as widespread as it has been made out to be,” Clinton said Friday on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” when asked about the scandal and how she would fix the VA.
She might as well, it’s not as though there’s any kind of watchdog organization with a duty to report impartially on the actions of Government; perhaps some sort of organization that would investigate these things and relay the results of their investigation to the public in the form of publications or informational broadcasts of some sort.
Instead we get The Narrative; “The accomplished and brilliant future First Woman president defies the partisan attacks of Republicans like a brave sparrow flying against the wind.”