The New York Times Rips Hillary Clinton’s “Outrageous” Decision to Accept Foreign Donations!

When the New York Times turns on the liberal candidate you know that they’re in trouble. Hillary Clinton’s campaign team should be very nervous about the upcoming weeks, because we know that the slow drip of information from her hacked/stolen/lost/leaked emails will continue to make their way into our hands, and the information contained will provide even more evidence of Clinton’s corruption and immorality. To make matters worse, Clinton is already losing the rock-ribbed support of some of her fiercest defenders — like the editorial team at the New York Times. These folks will likely still vote for her, but they won’t continue to defend her behavior… because it’s finally reached the point of being indefensible.

Recently Washington Post columnist David Ignatius joined the team on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss Hillary’s hypocritical stance on money in American politics.

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David Ignatius: It is a steady drip-drip-drip of these stories that call into question her honesty and reliability. I doubt myself that unless they are major revelations that either of these issues is going to move the needle enough with the groups that Trump needs to make a difference in this election. The people who are shocked by emails, for whom Benghazi is a trigger point — those people are already Trump supporters.”

Mika Brzezinski: “I don’t know how many different ways this can come at the Clintons. This is causing problems.”

On the New York Times’ call for Clinton to shut down the Clinton Family Foundation immediately:

“On this Clinton Foundation point, the New York Times is absolutely right. It is outrageous to have someone running for president of the U.S. to have her husband raising money from foreign governments, from wealthy foreign individuals who want to influence the United States.”

Then on the fact that so many Middle Eastern heads of state (and many other foreign dignitaries) have donated to the Clinton family.

It is just wrong. Anybody can feel that. I don’t understand for the life of me why she said if she won’t do this as president — just stop it now! Not because of politics, because it is the right thing to do.

Ignatius and the New York Times are both right on this, and it’s shameful that the entire mass of leftist voters aren’t crying out for Clinton to end this despicable behavior. They seem ready to allow her to bring corruption and graft into the White House, so long as it means that they can defeat the GOP in the upcoming election. This is disgustingly partisan behavior, and I don’t believe that any other American generation would have allowed such an anti-American candidate as Clinton to be a serious contender for the presidency. It’s not her liberal politics I’m harping on here (though I do detest her beliefs and ideas), it’s the simple fact that she’s corrupt and we all know it. But there are still millions of Americans who will vote for her, in spite of her crimes, simply to beat the Republicans.

It’s a sad commentary on the state of our nation.

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