While the media was busy salivating over an 11-year-old video of Donald Trump making lewd comments about women, Wikileaks released what are purported to be excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s paid Wall Street speeches that were sent to top Clinton aide John Podesta in January.
The transcripts were summarized by Megyn Kelly and a panel of experts on Fox News’ “The Kelly File” on Friday.
“I don’t know where to start. I’ll start with this,” Kelly said before she quoted the emails. “My dream is a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders and, in what appears to be a reference to Bernie Sanders supporters — calling them ‘bucket of losers.”
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Kelly pointed out that the emails have not been authenticated yet but the Clinton campaign hasn’t denied it yet and they are “politically problematic” is true.
“This will hit Hillary Clinton’s campaign like a 9.0 earthquake when this is absorbed,” attorney and political analyst David Wohl said. “This exposes her, literally, as a complete fraud.”
Wohl explained that the transcripts show Clinton admitting she has one policy she tells the public and then her real policy that she shows to her donors and insiders.
“What that essentially says is that when I’m campaigning I will do whatever it takes to get elected. I’m going to tell them whatever they want to hear, whatever I think they need to hear, but the truth is going to be held secret,” he said. “That is critical. That exposes her as a typical sleazy politician who will do anything to get elected.”
The host summarized some of the important parts of the emails that can be damaging to Clinton.
“She’s pushing for Canadian health care, open borders, open trade and on top of all that she acknowledges the State Department emails are being hacked and that they were hacking people’s personal emails while she was using personal email on a personal server and acting as our Secretary of State talking about things that could endanger sources and methods and agents out in the field,” Kelly said.
H/T: BizPac Review