The Cashin' In crew blames Hillary Clinton for costing taxpayers millions of dollars for another superfluous Republican witch hunt.
March 14, 2015

Eric Bolling ratchets up the scandal to Watergate-sized proportions when he begins this unctuous segment with,

"time will tell if Hillary's email mess will cost her her political future, we already know it's hitting taxpayers...Lisa, Another costly Clinton scandal, what's going?"

Lisa Boothe, has been overreacting since the New York Times broke this story then reversed course from their original scandal implications. She came out swinging today, saying,

"Well it's absolutely infuriating as a taxpayer that her arrogance and you know, her sense of entitlement is costing us millions of dollars. She has zero respect for the American people."

They follow her up with Wayne Rogers who has the audacity to say,

"this is a woman who is devious we know that, at best, ya know, you go back to Whitewater, Filegate... she's inventing things and by the way...she's trying to generate enough paperwork, that nobody will ever get through it...they've been waiting five years to get all the information from the State Department."

Really? She was Secretary of State up until January 2013 and this "scandal" came out last week, so there is a possibility he's suffering from a bout of GOP math.

Perhaps the most irascible of the group is's Jonathan Hoenig. He verbally attacked the lone sane person in the group (Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov) for giving Hillary the benefit of the doubt on the possibility nobody hacked confidential material from her personal server. He concluded that,

"Hillary made her millions from politics, now she's costing US millions of dollars and I think it's despicable."

If you're still wondering why they feel we need to conduct a costly investigation, they haven't revealed that. Generally, after something out of the ordinary happens, we conduct an investigation, like those classified 9/11 findings for instance. In this case, nothing has happened that we don't understand the cause, so their witch hunting is merely to try to find some ammunition against a clearly superior Presidential Candidate to any of their GOP Klown Kar Kandidates.

Next attack point, is all the danger she put us in, Boothe said that by using her personal Blackberry, it was akin to the techniques only acceptable during a nuclear winter. Hoenig obnoxiously plays the 'Clintons play by a different set of rules' game. The angry pundit says,

"Once again, what's good for some is not good for all the people."

He was likening Hillary to some hairbrained comparison he made once to Obama's "Animal Farm." They (the Clintons) get to make the rules and they can play the game any way they want. At this point, each of these Conservapundits is trying to out-yell the other with their faux outrage over NOTHING.

Truly one of the worst segments ever run on this show, and that's saying a lot, the unchallenged insane accusations just kept getting more mean-spirited as time went on. Rogers said,

"she loves doing this, she enjoys being devious,...she can frustrate these committees and get away with this."

The next Gish-Galloped argument Bolling presents is, "Does Clinton think she's above the law?" In order to make her point that "of course she does," Boothe goes into a tirade about how the Clinton Global Initiative to combat poverty was funded in part by foreign countries and that must mean she's up to no good. Jessica the Democrat tries to explain to the pig-headed crew that Hillary has done nothing illegal, but they couldn't condemn her fast enough. The last thing they left us with was their assertion that this perpetuates this narrative of the sense of entitlement that she and Bill seem to have, and finally the lambs stopped screaming and the segment came to an obnoxious conclusion.

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