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Big Story segment's only purpose: humiliate Hillary Clinton

Reported by Chrish - March 29, 2006

John Gibson used loony actress Sharon Stone and entertainment "guru" Lisa Bernhard to conduct a segment yesterday 3/28/06 on The Big Story that was chosen solely for its lead-ins for demeaning insinuations about Senator Clinton.

The so-called actress opined at a movie premier that Ms. Clinton shouldn't run for president in 2008 because she is in her sexual prime and the country is too far right conservative right now to handle "a hot babe." Stone wants Clinton to win but thinks she should run for vice-president first and then later as "an elder" she would be viewed more as a stateswoman.

After a brief description of the movie Stone is promoting Gibson wanted to get back to the "hot babe" comment. Bernhard, who looks like she probably still gets carded, laughed aloud and said "We report, you decide." Gibson confirmed that Clinton is in her late fifties and seemed baffled by the attribution that she is in her sexual prime, wondering if it wasn't something to do with the women of Wisteria Lane (Bernhard laughed as she said "Desperate Housewives"). He says that Stone is suggesting Clinton wait until she's Golda Meir, at which Bernhard laughed (surprise) and said that women in their 60s, 70s, 80s may be insulted and wondering hey, when did I pass my sexual prime?

As Gibson wrapped up the segment saying Hillary is just too hot to be president now, Bernhard laughed some more.

Comment: Aaaaarrghh. What a totally distasteful and unnecessary piece of tabloid garbage. How low will FOX go to smear and embarrass Clinton?

Note to Bernhard: With any luck you'll someday be in your late fifties, but I seriously doubt you'll be a US Senator. Maybe a US Senator's former wife.

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