I was right. Hillary has faked tears a day before Big Tuesday. The last time we saw the crocodiles, it was the day before her surprise win in New Hampshire. She is doing it again. And she might get away with it despite the obviousness of it. The Clintons have no shame.
From Hot Air:
How remarkably coincidental is it? ABC predicted it when the event started.ABC News’ Kate Snow, Eloise Harper and Ann Compton Report: On the morning before the New Hampshire primary, we Reporters Who Cover Hillary found ourselves at the Cafe Espresso in Portsmouth, N.H. Senator Clinton was sitting at a large rectangular table, surrounded by 16 undecided voters. All were female except one.
You’ll remember that morning as the morning Clinton got emotional and teared up while answering a question about “how she does it”.
On the morning before Super Tuesday, we Reporters Who Cover Hillary find ourselves at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, Connecticut. We are in a nicely appointed conference room. And in the center is a rectangular table. Seated around the table are 12 voters. All are women. Clinton organizers say the goal was to have them all be “undecided” voters (though a local organizer says some may be supporting Clinton coming in).
Here's another view:
The first time, I bought it.
Now I’m suspicious.
Yesterday, for the second time in a month, Hillary Clinton teared up on the eve of a primary with the outcome looking tougher than expected.
Are we looking at the first candidate in our history to weep her way to the White House?
“This one here? I don’t know,” said Marianne Pernold Young, the New Hampshire woman whose question there to Hillary (“How do you do it?”) sparked the first near-tears moment. Pernold Young believed that first one genuine, though she voted for Obama anyway. “It’s curious that she should be crying again the day before another primary,” she said. “But, hey, listen, if it worked the first time, why not try again?”
Why not indeed? Even Hillary conceded her New Hampshire near-weep may have turned around an expected double-digit win by Barack Obama.
Why shouldn’t strategic tears go national?