Egypt’s 2nd Revolution, brought to you by #Hillary2016

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Egypt's 2nd Revolution, brought to you by #Hillary2016

It takes an awful lot for our lib­eral friends to sur­prise me but this morn­ing Morn­ing Joe man­aged to do it.

I was writ­ing a piece with Morn­ing Joe on in the back­ground as usual Katy Kay and Mike Bar­ni­cle were at the head of the table while Joe and Mika were off. They showed sev­eral shots of the incred­i­ble unrest in Egypt.…

…and the imme­di­ately piv­oted to the 2016 cam­paign com­plain­ing about this arti­cle on Mrs. Clinton’s age sug­gest­ing Hillary Clin­ton will be too old for 2016 and com­plain­ing (rightly) if she was a man nobody would be mak­ing such an argument.

They spent nearly 5 min­utes on this sub­ject mak­ing fun of the GOP for the sup­posed attack on Clin­ton age in full “Is that all they’ve got” mode…

totally obliv­i­ous to the fact that she was the Sec of State dur­ing the ouster of Mubarek and the rise of the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood that the peo­ple of Egypt are protest­ing against, the sub­ject they were dis­cussing just a moment before.

The blind spot was incred­i­ble, just before talk­ing Clin­ton, they talked Egypt, right after they were done with Hillary they men­tioned Egypt but the fact that Hillary was the Sec­re­tary State. The per­son who helped cement the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood takeover, not a word.

In the fol­low­ing hour they did a long seg­ment on the revolt in Egypt. Oddly enough while they men­tioned pro­test­ers dis­like of the cur­rent US ambas­sador some­how the sub­ject of who the Sec­re­tary of State dur­ing Mubarek’s fall and the rise of the Mus­lim broth­er­hood some­how never came up.

Nobody needs to bring up Mrs. Clin­ton age, we sim­ply need to bring up her record as Sec of State. Egypt, Syria, Iran, Rus­sia, Libya the list goes on and on.

Per­son­ally I think every sin­gle men­tion of the cur­rent revolt in Egypt on twit­ter should have the hash­tag #hillary2016 to remind every sin­gle per­son who wants to pre­tend she is a success.

I’ll do my best to make sure they don’t for­get but it’s hard to break through the cho­rus of the song.

It takes an awful lot for our liberal friends to surprise me but this morning Morning Joe managed to do it.

I was writing a piece with Morning Joe on in the background as usual Katy Kay and Mike Barnicle were at the head of the table while Joe and Mika were off. They showed several shots of the incredible unrest in Egypt….

…and the immediately pivoted to the 2016 campaign complaining about this article on Mrs. Clinton’s age suggesting Hillary Clinton will be too old for 2016 and complaining (rightly) if she was a man nobody would be making such an argument.

They spent nearly 5 minutes on this subject making fun of the GOP for the supposed attack on Clinton age in full “Is that all they’ve got” mode…

totally oblivious to the fact that she was the Sec of State during the ouster of Mubarek and the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood that the people of Egypt are protesting against, the subject they were discussing just a moment before.

The blind spot was incredible, just before talking Clinton, they talked Egypt, right after they were done with Hillary they mentioned Egypt but the fact that Hillary was the Secretary State.  The person who helped cement the Muslim Brotherhood takeover, not a word.

In the following hour they did a long segment on the revolt in Egypt.  Oddly enough while they mentioned protesters dislike of the current US ambassador somehow the subject of who the Secretary of State during Mubarek’s fall and the rise of the Muslim brotherhood somehow never came up.

Nobody needs to bring up Mrs. Clinton age, we simply need to bring up her record as Sec of State. Egypt, Syria, Iran, Russia, Libya the list goes on and on.

Personally I think every single mention of the current revolt in Egypt on twitter should have the hashtag #hillary2016 to remind every single person who wants to pretend she is a success.

I’ll do my best to make sure they don’t forget but it’s hard to break through the chorus of the song.