I take issue with the NY Post’s use of the word “shocking”

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I take issue with the NY Post's use of the word "shocking"

At the NY Post today there is a story con­cern­ing Hillary Clin­ton and Pay for Play

Hillary Clin­ton put the State Depart­ment up for sale, with top aides pulling strings and doing favors for fat-​cat donors to the Clin­ton Foun­da­tion — includ­ing a shady bil­lion­aire, accord­ing to smoking-​gun emails released Tuesday.

As you might guess the 44 newly released emails with this infor­ma­tion gen­er­ated a quick response from Don­ald Trump:

The rev­e­la­tions drew a quick rebuke from Don­ald Trump’s cam­paign, which said: “This is yet more evi­dence that Hillary Clin­ton lacks the judg­ment, char­ac­ter, sta­bil­ity and tem­pera­ment to be within 1,000 miles of pub­lic power. She views pub­lic office as noth­ing more than a means to per­sonal enrichment.”

The piece is titled Emails reveal Hillary’s shock­ing pay-​for-​play scheme and it’s writ­ten by Daniel Halper and Bob Fred­er­icks. It’s a good piece but I do have one quib­ble con­cern­ing it.

The title.

There are a lot of words you can use to accu­rately describe the his­tory of Bill & Hillary Clin­ton when it comes to “pay for play” in Arkansas, the white house, the state depart­ment and the Clin­ton administration.

Shock­ing” isn’t one of them.

At the NY Post today there is a story concerning Hillary Clinton and Pay for Play

Hillary Clinton put the State Department up for sale, with top aides pulling strings and doing favors for fat-cat donors to the Clinton Foundation — including a shady billionaire, according to smoking-gun emails released Tuesday.

As you might guess the 44 newly released emails with this information generated a quick response from Donald Trump:

The revelations drew a quick rebuke from Donald Trump’s campaign, which said: “This is yet more evidence that Hillary Clinton lacks the judgment, character, stability and temperament to be within 1,000 miles of public power. She views public office as nothing more than a means to personal enrichment.”

The piece is titled Emails reveal Hillary’s shocking pay-for-play scheme and it’s written by Daniel Halper and Bob Fredericks. It’s a good piece but I do have one quibble concerning it.

The title.

There are a lot of words you can use to accurately describe the history of Bill & Hillary Clinton when it comes to “pay for play” in Arkansas, the white house, the state department and the Clinton administration.

“Shocking” isn’t one of them.