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Brave Reporter Asks Hillary Clinton If Russia Bombed NYC in Order to 'Influence' Election

Part of our ongoing series, "Pulitzer Watch"


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Bloomberg Politics correspondent Jennifer Epstein is the bravest, most hard-hitting journalist since William Randolph Hearst; she's a fearless trailblazer who carves massive truth canyons into America's endless plains of bullshit and complacency. Watch her grill Hillary Clinton without remorse:

Are you concerned that this weekend's attack — or, potential incidents in the coming weeks — might be an attempt by ISIS, or ISIS sympathizers, or any other group, maybe Russian, um, to influence the presidential race in some way, and presumably to drive votes to Donald Trump [...]?

<figcaption>It's clear as day</figcaption>
It's clear as day

Experience this historic moment for yourself, compliments of CNN:

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ISIS, ISIS sympathizers, Russia — what's the difference? And furthermore, didn't Putin poison Hillary Clinton on 9/11, which, by the way, is a national holiday in Russia, according to the Washington Post?

It's painfully apparent that Russia is bombing every street corner in America, in a desperate attempt to scare Americans into voting for the guy who doesn't want to entangle America in far-away foreign conflicts.

But Hillary Clinton is very principled and refuses to "speculate" on these matters. Here's what we do know, though: Russia is responsible for hacking the DNC and every electronic voting machine in America. However, it's still not 100% clear if Putin is responsible for planting pipe bombs and explosive pressure cookers in New York and New Jersey. Stay tuned!

 

 


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