Hillary Clinton scolded Donald Trump's demeanor at the most recent presidential debate, claiming “when they go low, we go high.” But Clinton is no stranger to the low road of negative campaigning.
In 2008, Clinton family allies polled opposition talking points featuring Barack Obama’s possible use of cocaine and Muslim heritage.
In an email on January 18, 2008, Kristi Fuksa of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner research company shared a power point presentation with John Podesta and several advisers.[…]
“We’ve reworked the Obama message into the survey, as requested. But on the list of negative facts we need to cut ONE since we separated out gay adoption and his use of cocaine,” wrote Fuksa.
Begala insisted that Obama’s cocaine use needed to be isolated.
“I think gay adoption belongs with the ‘liberal’ hit on Obama, but ‘a little blow’ does not,” he wrote. “‘A little blow’ needs to be tested on its own.”
Hillary Clinton’s campaign used the cocaine attack against Obama in December of 2007, as Clinton strategist Mark Penn spoke about in on MSNBC. Clinton herself, apologized to Obama to reduce the damage to her campaign.
In February 2008, the photo of Obama dressed in Muslim garb was published by the Drudge Report. Obama campaign officials blamed the Clinton campaign.
This shouldn't surprise anyone who follows Hillary Clinton's method of campaigning. In addition to these emails, she's called Sanders' followers a bunch of “basement dwellers” and Trump supporters a “basket of deplorables.”
Hillary Clinton just can't stand anyone who doesn't support her — and she's willing to attack them all until they do.
That sounds about right.
Tell me something I don’t know…
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