If a recent column about Hillary Clinton is any indication of how far the media will go in its blind worship of her, this year should be entertaining.
Wringing his hands and whining“I expect better from Hillary Clinton,” Sun Sentinel op-ed writer Gary Stein lamented that his hero actually made a statement comparing Vladimir Putin to Adolph Hitler.
Stein is unabashed in his love for Hillary; and although he is a “non-partisan” member of the media, since Hillary IS a Democrat, he loves her regardless of what she does.
So how did Hillary upset Stein? “She used the Hitler comparison,” which in his world can only be done after someone has murdered millions of people. Anything less in Stein’s universe is “lazy hyperbole.”
He goes on to make sure that we all understand that he loves Hillary and is really only making his comments to help her be a more perfect being, so he points out that Hillary is “very smart.” That acts as a shield against charges that he has been disloyal to the Democrat goddess.
If he had left the matter at that point, he would have just loved like a lovesick Democrat sycophant no different from most other Democrat sycophants; but he had to press on.
Stein goes on, imploring all of us to “read your history books, folks.” In doing so, he completely casts aside the old adage that says “Better to be thought a fool and remain silent than to speak and remove all doubt.” Stein is obviously so dense that he seems to believe that Hitler committed all of his atrocities on the first day he came to power.
He clearly has no idea that Hitler marched into Austria’s Sudetenland to “liberate ethnic Germans living in oppression under Austrian rule,” and that Putin has said he is going into Ukraine to “liberate ethnic Russians.”
This fool Stein wants us to read history; but in his rush to perfect Hillary Clinton’s public image, he wants her to stop saying “[This is like] what Hitler did back in the ’30s” when talking about Russian thug Vladimir Putin. Lying about history seems to hold a certain charm for Democrats.
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