CBS News Edits Out Bill Clinton Saying Hillary Has "Frequently, Rarely" Had Similar EpisodesChris Menahan
Sep. 13, 2016
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Bill Clinton slipped up during an interview with CBS saying Hillary has "frequently -- well not frequently, rarely" had similar medical episodes in the past.
Unfortunately, CBS News viewers weren't allowed to see this flub, because they edited it out of their broadcast.
From The Daily Caller:
Bill Clinton’s attempt on Monday at downplaying his wife’s recent fainting spell may have backfired.Here's the clip, the cut was slickly inserted at the 32 second mark:
This is serious editing fraud, this was a massive slip up on Bill's part, yet they edited it out to hide it from the public.
Just glancing at how sickly the woman is it's clear his "frequently" comment was actually the truth.
In her phoned-in interview yesterday with Anderson Cooper she said similar instances happened on "two occasions" before.
A simple look at how casual her secret service handlers were while she's seizing up (notice her right arm) should make it obvious this isn't the first time, nor the second, nor the third. Also, it's clear as day this was a lot more serious than simply getting "overheated."
CBS' fraudulent editing here should be as big, if not bigger of a scandal than the fraudulent editing in Katie Couric's "Under the Gun" documentary.
Seeing as how the lying press is throwing the small amount of credibility they had left away to get Hillary elected, odds are they'll completely ignore it.
Of course, that means more for us in the alternative media.
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