Clinton’s Phony ‘Random Audience Member’
That girl just happened to be a child actor.
We all know that presidential campaigns are scripted and staged to whatever extent a candidate can control it. Hillary Clinton is perhaps better at this than most. Heck, she got the questions in advance for an interview with daytime talk-show host Steve Harvey — not exactly a deep-digging journalist. But even when real journalists are asking the questions, they’re Clinton’s biggest enablers, asking softball questions and applauding the candidate. In short, they serve as her biggest super PAC.
The latest evidence of this scripting comes from a town hall in Haverford, Pennsylvania, where Clinton staged a question from a “random” girl in the audience … who just happened to be a child actor. And whose father just happens to be a Democrat Pennsylvania state senator. Brennan Leach reads from a cue card (unlike other questioners) to ask about girls’ body image and how Clinton would undo the damage done by Donald Trump’s habit of saying mean things about women. Clinton acts surprised and grateful, but she knows her daughter Chelsea, seated right next to her, will also want to address the question. She then used it as an excuse to re-highlight her debate attack regarding Trump and Miss Universe, which the Leftmedia gleefully trumpeted. We’re still waiting for the question from a young girl wondering why anyone would trust the Clintons after Bill’s history of sexual assault and their own general war on women.
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