DEAD ON! LOU DOBBS Calls Out The Republican Establishment: “A Sorry Bunch”


Lou Dobbs has some thoughts on the disappearing act that Hillary Clinton is pulling, her seriously curtailed campaign schedule and the fact that we’re now in day 263 of playing,  “Where’s Hillary,” with it having been that many days since her last press conference.

Mr. Dobbs notes that Clinton is pursuing a run-out-the-clock bunker strategy, waiting for all of this corruption stuff to fade, at least until election day, now just seventy-five days away.  He says, “She hasn’t held a press conference since early last December and her most recent rally a week ago in Cleveland.”

Dobbs points out that Clinton has been instead engaged in a fund raising blitz, all of it of the closed-door variety. He says, “I think these are signals of what you might expect if she were to be elected president. There are so many signals, aren’t there? Hillary Clinton appears only to be granting audiences to those who pay, much like her time at the State Department, after a bombshell report from the Associated Press revealed more than half of her non-government meetings were with donors to the Clinton Foundation.

He makes the astute observation that while Donald Trump is slamming the Clinton corruption, Republican leaders in Congress are nowhere to be found. He points out that even the national liberal mainstream media is covering aspects of the story now, but not a peep from the GOP “leaders.”

Dobbs also reveals that, “Despite all the growing charges of corruption and demands to shut down the foundation that is at the center of these scandals, we find the Clintons just can’t help themselves. We learned today that no matter what, Chelsea, you forgot about her didn’t you, Chelsea Clinton will remain on the board of the Clinton Foundation regardless of whether her mother wins in November or not.”

He wonders where the missing persons, Mitt Romney, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan are in the debate over the Clinton criminality and the foundation racketeering organization. He credits their jealousy of Trump with their silence, but there is also the strong possibility that support from Mr. Soros and the banking elites have clouded their vision and tempered their outrage.


Democrat Senator’s Daughter Is CEO of Mylan, the Clinton Foundation Supporter That’s Price Gouging on the EpiPen



RUSH: Have you heard about the controversy over the cost of the EpiPen?  I bet there’s something you don’t know about this.  Hillary Clinton is out raising hell over the price, the skyrocketing cost of EpiPens.  These are things, you shoot epinephrine into somebody that needs a jolt, peanut allergy or some such thing. This causes an immediate fix for it.

The price for these devices has skyrocketed 400% recently, and yet ABC and CBS, in talking about this, have failed to identify the pharmaceutical company involved.  And there’s a reason why.  And NBC as well. ABC, CBS, NBC have neglected to reveal that Mylan Pharmaceuticals manufactures the EpiPens and has partnered in the past for medical aid with the Clinton Foundation, and it’s rumored that Hillary might need one of these now and then.

Well, the CEO of the company is the daughter of Democrat Senator Joe Manchin, West Virginia Senator. So you have the daughter of a Democrat Senator price gouging 400% and nobody in the Drive-Bys is making that connection that it’s the daughter of a Democrat Senator that’s a CEO of the pharmaceutical company.


RUSH: Now, back to this EpiPen for a second.  This is really fascinating on a number of levels.  Mylan Pharmaceuticals manufactures the EpiPen.  The cost of one of these EpiPens has skyrocketed 400% recently.  It’s a classic example of the things the left said we needed Obamacare for.

We’ve got to keep these out-of-control corporations in check.  They don’t care about their patients. They don’t care about their customers. They’d be just as fine if they died, as long as the patients pay for the medicine, they don’t care.  That whole line from the left about evil corporations, how they kill their customers, they don’t care, they rape them financially.

Well, here’s one that apparently has, and the company behind the EpiPen, it’s Mylan Pharmaceuticals, has partnered with the Clinton Foundation on numerous projects.  The Mylan Pharmaceuticals company has donated money to the Clinton Foundation.  It might be pronounced Mylan.  It’s M-y-l-a-n, so I’m kind of combining pronunciations.  I don’t want to be wrong about it, but I haven’t seen it pronounced anywhere.

Now, the CEO of Mylan Pharmaceuticals, the CEO is the daughter of Joe Manchin, who happens to be a Democrat senator from West Virginia.  And for some reason the Drive-By Media have ignored both of these details reporting on the EpiPen story.  They have ignored the ties that Mylan Pharmaceutical has with the Clinton Foundation and they have ignored the ties that the CEO has to a Democrat Senator, i.e., she is his daughter.

Now, according to the New York Post: “Records available on the website of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation reveal Mylan, the company that manufactures the EpiPen, has donated up to $250,000.” Also, the company behind EpiPen, Mylan, has partnered with the foundation on projects and donated money to various projects in addition to the foundation.  What else here?

“On Wednesday, Clinton released a statement blasting her family foundation’s donor. ‘Over the last several years, Mylan Pharmaceuticals has increased the price of EpiPens by more than 400%. That’s outrageous — and it’s just the latest troubling example of a company taking advantage of its consumers.”

It’s exactly what the left says about every corporation, I don’t care if it’s Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big Retail, big whatever.  She said, “It’s wrong when drug companies put profits ahead of patients, raising prices without justifying the value behind them.” Well, then here’s a chance for the Clinton Foundation to actually step up and do something.  Why don’t the Clinton Foundation, why don’t they stand up — here’s what they could do.  Hillary and Bill could announce a press conference and tell everybody that they are going to give away EpiPens to everyone who needs one in the next two or three weeks out of embarrassment for the fact that this company is a huge donor to the Clinton Foundation and has given them $250,000 when that money could have been used to make the product cheaper.

I mean, if the Clintons really want to demonstrate the good — have you ever thought, have you ever asked yourself, here’s this massive foundation, it exists ostensibly to do good charitable workers, why do we not ever hear of any of those good works?  In Louisiana the floods, perfect opportunity for the Clinton Foundation to get in gear and go down there and help out.  Didn’t happen.  The cynical view is, “Well, there’s really not a whole lot of money to be scored down there because the Clintons show up and leave with money.  They don’t leave money; they leave with it.” 

But now that we know that Mylan Pharmaceuticals, huge supporter of Hillary, huge supporter of the Clinton Foundation is ripping off customers with the price of the EpiPen, a great opportunity for Hillary to put some distance between herself and the company and announce some great — and they don’t even think of it.  No.  They don’t have to.  I’m just saying, it could go a long way to mitigating some of the damage, but the Clintons are just — it wouldn’t happen.  They don’t give away their own money.  Try hard not to, anyway.




ATLANTA – Dr. Drew Pinsky has been let go days after questioning Hillary Clinton’s health. Doctor Drew was so “gravely concerned” about Clinton’s health he decided to speak publicly about after reviewing her medical records. CNN EVP Ken Jautz said: Dr. Drew and his team have delivered more than five years of creative shows, and I want to thank them for their hard work and distinctive programming”.  Dr. Drew’s final show will air on September 22.

Dr. Drew Pinsky is an American board-certified internist, addiction medicine specialist. and says the former Secretary of State may be receiving inadequate health care. Pinsky said the treatment Hillary received is “bizarre” and would explain the “weird side-effects” (chronic coughing, seizure like episodes, trouble climbing stairs) voters have been noticing for months. What do you think?


08/25/16 11:44 AM EDT

Updated 08/25/16 02:43 PM EDT

A video released Thursday by Hillary Clinton’s campaign makes the case that Donald Trump is the candidate of racists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
“The reason a lot of Klan members like Donald Trump is because a lot of what he believes, we believe in,” a robed man identified as the Imperial Wizard of the Rebel Brigade Knights of the Ku Klux Klan says at the top of the video, followed by images of a Confederate flag fluttering in the wind, Trump waving after a speech, and a man performing a Hitler salute at what appears to be a Trump rally.

The video’s release comes on the same day that Clinton is scheduled to deliver a speech on the so-called “alt-right” political movement, which has formed much of Trump’s base from the beginning of his campaign. In the video, an unidentified voice labels the alt-right as “the sort of dressed-up-in-suits version of the neo-Nazi and white supremacist movements.”

The video specifically attacks newly hired Trump campaign CEO Steve Bannon over his previous job running Breitbart News, widely considered to be the most prominent alt-right media outlet. An unnamed member of a CNN panel attacks Bannon as “a campaign chair that ran a website that has become a field day for the alt-right, which is racist and all sorts of other ‘ists.’”

Trump’s campaign quickly issued a statement in response to the video from Mark Burns, a pastor with close ties to the campaign who spoke at the Republican National Convention last month in Cleveland. Burns said the video represented a “disgusting new low” for Clinton and her campaign.

“Hillary Clinton and her campaign went to a disgusting new low today as they released a video tying the Trump Campaign with horrific racial images,” Burns said in the statement emailed out by the Trump campaign. “This type of rhetoric and repulsive advertising is revolting and completely beyond the pale. I call on Hillary Clinton to disavow this video and her campaign for this sickening act that has no place in our world.”

Former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, whose endorsement Trump famously did not immediately refuse when asked about it during a CNN interview, as well as Jared Taylor, the editor and founder of the white-supremacist magazine “American Renaissance,” are also quoted praising Trump in the video. The same robed Klan member remarks, “Donald Trump would be best for the job.”

“Sending out all the illegals, building a wall, add a moratorium on Islamic immigration,” Taylor said in an interview pulled from CNN. “That’s very appealing to a lot of ordinary white people.”

After controversy exploded in the wake of his initial refusal to repudiate Duke, Trump told Bloomberg in an interview that “I don’t need his endorsement; I certainly wouldn’t want his endorsement.”

The video runs just over a minute and 10 seconds and wraps with a black and white image of the White House as audio from a Trump rally of attendees chanting the real estate mogul’s name plays. The Clinton campaign video closes with a warning that “If Trump wins, they could be running the country.”

At a rally in New Hampshire Thursday afternoon, Trump called Clinton’s accusations of racism “the oldest play in the Democratic playbook.”

“Now, I’ve not seen what Hillary is going to say, but I’ve heard about it. And, in a sense, I don’t want to dignify her statements by dwelling on them too much, but a response is required for the sake of all decent voters that she is trying to smear,” Trump said. “When Democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument. ‘You’re racist, you’re racist, you’re racist,’ they keep saying it, ‘you’re racist.’ It’s a tired, disgusting argument, and it’s so totally predictable. They’re failing so badly. It’s the last refuge of the discredited Democrat politician. They keep going back to the same well, but you know what? The people are becoming very smart. They’ve heard it too many times before. The well is dry.”
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“I’m talking to you right now.”

Steve Watson | – AUGUST 25, 2016

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was riled and overly defensive during a phoned in appearance on CNN Wednesday when Anderson Cooper asked her why she hadn’t held a press conference in eight months.

And judging from Clinton’s reaction, it appears that she considers phoning into CNN to be on the same par as fielding questions from reporters.

Cooper pointed out that it has been over 260 days since Clinton’s last press conference and that critics are calling her out on it.
“Will you give a press conference?” Cooper asked.

“Well, Anderson, I’m talking to you right now, and I’ve given, I think, way in excess of 300 interviews this year, so I’m going to continue talking with the press and answering questions in many different venues,” Hillary replied.

Cooper persevered and asked why Hillary just doesn’t hold a press conference where many different reporters can ask questions at the same event.

“I’ve got a lot that I have been sharing with the press, talking to the press, as I’m doing with you right now, so stay tuned,” Hillary responded.

“There will be a lot of different opportunities for me to talk to the press, as well as continuing to talk to the American public.” she added, in what many will consider to be a generic empty answer.

Cooper thanked Hillary for ‘phoning in’ and said there are “a lot of other reporters who would love the chance to address you during a press conference.”

In an appearance on MSNBC, avid Clinton supporter Howard Dean posited that Clinton has a right not to do press conferences, claiming that the media’s questions are not “legitimate” and that the press treats her unfairly.

“She has no reason to trust the press corps, and the so-called email scandal is one of the reasons,” Dean said. “Look what AP did today. They completely screwed up their story.” he added.

“They had 100 appointments, or 85 or whatever it was that she made, out of 1,800 appointments and tried to make a big deal out of it. Having a press conference, in my view, is not the solution to this. You just get more of the same.” Dean suggested.

MSNBC anchor Kate Snow challenged Dean to explain how “Answering legitimate questions from legitimate press is more of the same?”

“The trouble is the questions aren’t legitimate, and the press isn’t legitimate,” Dean replied.

“The press is gotten to be where it’s all about the lowest common denominator … They don’t treat people in an even-handed way, and that is why, in my view, Hillary Clinton should not do press conferences … The press conference becomes a feeding frenzy, it becomes a one-upmanship and who can get the best story.” Dean urged.