Here’s how Hume suggested that Hillary Clinton staged the appearance of a little girl that she hugged after her fainting episode while claiming it was Clinton’s fault he was doing so.
Media Matters caught the moment during a discussion with Howard Kurtz on On The Record:
BRIT HUME (HOST): By the way, what did you make of the—when she came out in the street on Sunday and said she was fine and this adorable little girl materializes. I think that people were suspicious of that, that it looked like it might have been staged.
HOWARD KURTZ: Oh, something, staged in politics. I’m shocked.
HUME: Well, I’m just saying, you know, it may well not have been. I’m not saying it was. I’m just saying the secretiveness stuff leads to such thoughts.
Right. Hume is not saying the incident was staged, he was just noting that unnamed “people” were suspicious and they thought it looked staged. And Mr. “Who me?” thought that was newsworthy enough to “just ask” Kurtz to opine on the subject.
And somehow, it’s all Hillary Clinton’s fault.
Watch it below, from the September 15 On The Record, via Media Matters.
…now if we can only figure out a way for the Donald to strut across the flight deck of a carrier in a tight fitting jump suit…., a jump suit stuffed with a couple of socks…, a jump suit stuffed with a couple of socks and a large salami…., a jump suit stuffed with a couple of socks, a large salami and a large bag of squirrel food…,
1. Some say….
2. It may be true and then again it might not be.
3. Either way, it’s Hillary’s fault.
From Faux Spews: Congrats Britt, you’ve passed the Faux journalist test.