CNN Commentator: People Didn’t Believe Bill Clinton “Just Because of the Party”
No mention of Monica: “polarization” caused Bill Clinton not to be believed
Why wasn’t Bill Clinton believed back in the 1990s? Could it have had anything to do with that time he looked into the camera, wagged his finger at the American people, and told them, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky?”
Nope. That wasn’t it. People didn’t believe honest ol’ Bill because of “polarization . . . just because of the party.” That was the view expressed on CNN this morning by network commentator Errol Louis. His comment came during a discussion of President Trump’s latest poll ratings on credibility.
CHRIS CUOMO: You have eight-in-ten Republicans say they still back the President. Which you should get. You should get the home team. Eighty, ninety per cent not uncommon. But if only half of them believe you, how do you make sense of it?
ERROL LOUIS: This is the Trump effect. We watched it all the way through the campaign. You ask people: do you believe what this man is saying? No. Do you support him? Yes. This is in some ways an indication of the kind of partisanship we’ve seen going on, the polarization of the country. It’s interesting that he falls only below Bill Clinton.
Because Bill Clinton in the early ’90s was the start of what we now know as the modern era of polarization, where people just because of the party, just because they’re never going to believe anything the guy says or like anything that he wants to do, are going to oppose him.”
This kind of blatant disregard for reality is why people don’t believe . . . CNN.
Note: If people didn’t believe Clinton just because of polarization, did Louis really mean to admit that liberals today don’t believe Trump because he’s a Republican? And note this blooper by Louis: he said that when it comes to credibility ratings, Trump “falls only below Clinton.” That would suggest that Clinton is the highest-rated president on credibility, and Trump is second. In fact, Trump comes in last, behind Clinton who is in second-to-last place.
Note segundo: Louis was preceded by another CNN commentator, John Avlon. Never one for understatement, Avlon called Trump’s low credibility ratings “a national tragedy” for which he’s responsible.
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Here are the top reasons why no one believed Slick Willie when he claimed innocence in the Lewinsky affair:
Paula Jones, Juanita Brodderick, the Arkansas State Police expose, and the Bimbo Eruption Team.
Clinton had a reputation as a womanizer before he was elected and, therefor, Lewinsky’s claims were quite credible.
…AND she would have been crushed like a ripe tomato by the Dollar Bill character assassination operation but for the blue dress.
He could not lie his way past forensic evidence.
He sure tried. And there are people out there today who believe him. Of course, they’re members of the media, mostly…
He did admit to Baba Wawa during the campaign that he had caused pain in his marriage. Was that from fiddling while Hillary wasn’t looking?
Back then the story was everyone lies about sex.
…AND it’s only a private matter.
But the matter from his privates kinda screwed that whole line…
Everything that happens in the Oval orifice is a private matter, I suppose. But, my tax dollars go to that. Unlike a corporate suite. I remember Soledad O’Brien lecturing me on how whatever happened between Clinton and Lewinsky was a private matter. But if instead of Clinbton we were talking about the head of GM she would have been singing a different tune.
No, we didn’t believe bill clinton, because he and his wife are corrupt, lying scum.
Thanks to those two – and little barry – we’re on the verge of WW3:
Albright makes historic visit to North Korea:
The Obama administration has announced a new nuclear agreement with North Korea:
George W. Bush tried, but was mocked by the left into failure (thanks, Karl Rove!)
The ‘axis of evil’ is back:
“polarization . . . just because of the party”
They disapproved of the private Oval Office “party”.
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