May 5, 2014

From this Saturday's America's News Headquarters on Faux "news," host Eric Shawn and The Daily Caller's Jamie Weinstein continued with what we've been seeing over at Fox just about 24/7 for some time now, which is nonstop coverage of the fake Benghazi so-called "scandal" in the hopes it helps to get their base worked into a frenzy so they turn out on election day for the mid-terms.

This segment from this Saturday stood out from their other coverage we've seen day in and day out for one reason, and that's for the sheer gall it took for Weinstein to actually claim that the Democrats or Clinton should welcome this, because if she just comes clean during these hearings, these guys will put it all behind them in the upcoming election.

Yeah... sure they will. And if you believe that one I've got some swampland to sell you. Weinstein knows full well it doesn't matter what Clinton does or says on this matter. As long as she's considered a viable candidate for president, they're going to keep flinging poop at the wall to see what sticks and nothing's going to stop them.

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