Hillary Disputes CNN Poll:
“I Am Not a Horse’s Ass!”

 By Jim Berlin

In one of her rare press conferences Friday, Hillary Clinton snippily told reporters something they’d never heard before: When called upon they would be “entitled to only one question.” Not two, not three, and certainly no follow-ups.

In a related matter, 99.5 percent of respondents to a national poll released Thursday said they considered Hillary “a total horse’s ass.” The CNN poll posed the following question:

“Do you think Hillary Clinton is (a) a total horse’s ass, (b) kind of a horse’s ass, or (c) obnoxious, but not quite a horse’s ass?

CNN information director Joe Metuzzio said 38 percent of those polled actually identified themselves as Hillary-supporters.

“What they told us,” Metuzzio said, was “Yes, she is a total horse’s ass, but she is our horse’s ass.”

Former president Bill Clinton, located in a different time zone and hundreds of miles away from his wife, quickly came to her defense: “I can assure you,” he said, “when Hillary and I hung out together in the late 90s she was not a total horse’s ass. But I can

also assure you, I have not had sexual relations with that woman.”

When informed of the CNN poll, a visibly angry Mrs. Clinton told journalists she would entitle a single reporter to ask her a single question about the subject at her next press conference.

“We’ll just see who’s the horse’s ass!” she shouted, her face reddening and spittle forming on her lips. “You lousy bunch of punks!”

 

 

 

Hillary’s “Tell”: Body Language
That Tells the World She’s Lying

By Jim Berlin

A good poker player looks for “tells” in his opponents, subtle physical or verbal giveaways that reflect the power or weakness of the cards they hold.

People also exhibit tells when they’re lying: fingers over the eyes or mouth, averting their gaze, coughing and clearing the throat, or – if it’s a criminal lying to a cop – kicking the officer in the groin and running like a bunny rabbit.

Politicians are especially aware of tells and go to great lengths to mask them when attempting to deceive. Unfortunately for Bill and Hillary Clinton, they share the very same tell and seem helpless to suppress it.

I first spotted it in Bill in 1998 when he looked our nation squarely in the eye and said: “I want to say one thing to the American people…I did not have sexual relations with that woman.”

I hoped Hillary would be different, but then during a speech in 2008 there it was: Recalling a trip to Tuzla, Bosnia in 1996, she said: “I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down…”

Alas, a video of the incident showed a smiling Hillary strolling from the plane and accepting a poem from a little girl at some kind of greeting ceremony. When

confronted with the evidence Mrs. Clinton said, “So I made a mistake…” (I have been shot at. Trust me, there is no mistaking it.)

So…when Hillary called a press conference this week to explain why she used a private email account for all of her official secretary of state business then deleted 31,000 emails before they could be properly reviewed – I watched closely for The Clinton Tell: the signal that she or Bill – like some giant, deranged chicken – are about to lay another whopper on the world.

She stepped to the microphone. I waited…I waited…and suddenly, there it was!

The Clinton Tell: Her lips moved.