Right Wing Blog Charges Young Hillary Was Fierce Protector Of Baby Bunnies
October 7, 2016

Remember when a panelist told Joy Reid that if you fixed immigration, there would be "taco trucks on every corner"? And the world sat up and said, "Really? I love taco trucks! Promise?"

The right wing has stepped in it again by accusing Hillary Clinton of reacting violently (as a youth) to the endangerment of baby bunnies.

What conclusion are we supposed to draw from this? That "she's a monster, I tell you"? Because, no.

This link goes to Breitbart.com, so you might not want to click it. Ed Klein is the author of two books denouncing Hillary Clinton as a bad person, and Breitbart published his latest book-pimping article to prove that it's really Hillary Clinton that doesn't have the temperament to be President, so there!!!

Klein interviewed a grammar school classmate of Hillary's, who told "the story of being ordered by Hillary to guard a warren of baby rabbits, and not give any of them away to neighborhood boys. When he did, [the classmate] recalled, 'Hillary hauled off and punched me in the nose.'" Ed Klein concludes, "She’s been using people as punching bags ever since."

So let me get this straight. Grade school Hillary and a male classmate found a baby rabbits' nest, and Hillary admonished the boy to not grab baby bunnies from their nest and distribute them to neighborhood boys, and then he DID?

And all she did was punch him in the nose? I guess she didn't know about groins yet.

h/t for this story to @godddamnedfrank, who shares my conclusion:

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