Sidney blumenthalbilly and hillbilly and hitlarybillie's birtherbilly bullbillybillshit you mean.
Two supporters of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign reportedly shared the claim that then-rival Barack Obama was not born in the United States and thus was not eligible to be president.
One was a volunteer in Iowa, who was fired, Clinton’s former campaign manager said Friday. The other was Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal, according to a former McClatchy Washington Bureau chief.
Sidney Stone Blumenthal (/ˈbluːmənθɔːl/; born November 6, 194 is an American journalist, activist, writer, and political aide.
He is a former aide to President Bill Clinton; a long-time confidant of Hillary Clinton, formerly employed by the Clinton Foundation
Report: Clinton Confidant Sidney Blumenthal Spread Birther Rumors in 2008 (Updated)
When you combine the report Blumenthal was saying Obama was born in Kenya with the fact that Clinton campaign did circulate a memo outlining plans to attack Obama's "lack of American roots," it doesn't seem far fetched that the Clinton campaign played a much bigger role in midwifing birtherism than they or the media would like to admit.
Gee, this is like shooting BLIND fish in barrel.
Ukraine call points to a president convinced of his own invincibility
The push by President Trump and his personal attorney, Rudolph W. Giuliani, to influence the newly elected Ukrainian leader reveals a president apparently eager to wield the power of the United States to taint a political foe, confident that no one could hold him back.
As a regular news reader I thought I was across the eccentricities of the US president. Most mornings in Australia begin with news from America – the bid to buy Greenland, adjustments to a weather map hand-drawn with a Sharpie or another self-aggrandising tweet. Our headlines and news bulletins, like headlines and news bulletins everywhere, are full of Trump.
As a political reporter for most of the last 30 years I have also endured many long and rambling political press conferences with Australian prime ministers and world leaders.
But watching a full presidential Trump press conference while visiting the US this week I realised how much the reporting of Trump necessarily edits and parses his words, to force it into sequential paragraphs or impose meaning where it is difficult to detect.
Whistleblower Found Trump Phone Call With Foreign Leader 'Troubling,' Official Says
1. Georgia Clark is too cruel to be a teacher.The vote to fire Clark was unanimous, and her appeal was also overruled. These tweets are not the first time this particular teacher was accused of treating her students poorly, however.
2. She’s also too dumb to be a teacher.
3. Sharing students’ personal info is a violation of fed law.
4. Given that this woman had already physically assaulted students, why was she still at @FortWorthISD? https://t.co/AiWG2pXlDI
— lissa townsend rodgers (@lissatrodgers) June 4, 2019